Personal Development & Life Skills
Relationships, Sex & Health Education
The topics taught within each academic year are outlined below. If you have any further queries, please email email@example.com
- Relationships, Sex & Health Education - Curriculum Plan
- Relationships, Sex & Health Education - Compliance Audit
- EMET Relationships & Sex Education and Physical Health & Mental Well-being Policy
KS3 Personal Development
- Me and my new school
- Introduction to careers
- Healthy choices
- Personal safety
- Alcohol and drugs
- Crime and consequences
- My future
- Human needs and health
- Global citizenship issues
- First aid
How To Help
- Asking about the topics
- Discuss students ideas and opinions
- Ask if they have any worries, concerns or questions about the topics.
Puberty, reproduction and contraception:
General PSHE support website for students:
KS4 Life Skills
Why study Life Skills?
Life Skills as a subject is aimed to equip students with key skills that they can apply to their future study, career and adult life.
What will I study?
1. Life Skills and Moral Issues
- Debating key topics that affect our society such as the law, parliament, democracy and just war.
- Developing and expressing our opinions around topics such as alcohol, drugs, hate crime and extremism.
- Exploring and improving our understanding of life choices around developing healthy habits both physically and mentally including smartphones and online safety, healthy relationships, equality and making positive choices.
2. Study Skills
- Motivation, organisation and time management including owning targets and building a healthy study life balance.
- Developing personal study techniques including developing an understanding of how the brain remembers, memory techniques and different learning styles.
- How to revise effectively and prepare for exams including practical tips for revision and support in preparing for the rigour of exams.
3. Money Management
- Understanding the responsibility of money and money management including how to budget.
- Developing an understanding of financial security and why it is important.
- Exploring pathways available to students for Post 16
- CV writing and interview skills
- Understanding the job market and the world of work
How will I be assessed?
There is no external assessment. Life Skills is not a GCSE Subject and does not lead to any qualification.