PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic education)

The aim of PSHE throughout key stages 3 and 4 is to enable every student to develop into a healthy, well-rounded and responsible adult. In addition, it helps to prepare them for the wider world and life after Broughton. This is achieved through a wide range of active learning styles. PSHE builds upon the knowledge and experiences the students have encountered at primary school.

Approaches to Teaching and Learning in PSHE

PSHE lessons encourage every student to participate fully reflect on their own opinions and views. The schemes of work have been structured in order to facilitate our aims in reaching the whole child. Each unit incorporates a range of tasks and variety of learning styles. In addition to using books, the latest IT resources will be provided to enable students to discover more about current affairs and allows them to research into certain areas. Students cover all aspects of PSHE through written work, research tasks and discussions. Engaging, inclusive approaches are used in all lessons to enable students to enjoy and achieve in PSHE. Teachers are very passionate about PSHE and this enthusiasm enhances the interest of our students.

PSHE Department Staff


In PSHE students study for 1 hours/week in Year 7, 6 hours/term in Year 8 and 9, and study 1 hours/fortnight for Years 10 and 11.


Students are assessed in a variety of ways in PSHE based upon the topics taught. This assessment is undertaken through discussions, tests and practical work. Each year group has a wide range of skills that challenge and extend all abilities to allow for progress throughout the year and key stages. Assessment and evaluation is carried out at the end of each unit.

PSHE Curriculum Statement

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