Character and Ethics

Vision statement

PSHE enables our children to become healthy, independent, and responsible members of society. It allows students to Identify their personal qualities, attitudes, skills, attributes and achievements and what influences these. It aims to help them understand how they are developing personally and socially, and tackles many of the moral, social, and cultural issues that are part of growing up by allowing students to explore their attitudes, values, and beliefs about them and develop the skills, language and strategies needed to manage any issues should they encounter them in their lives.

Topic map KS5 Character and Ethics

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SPRING

SUMMER

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Health and Wellbeing

Relationships

Living in the Wider World

Health & Wellbeing / Wider World

Living in the Wider World

LGBTQ+ Issues / Identity and its importance

Online behaviour and its ramifications

Recognising destructive behaviours

Radicalisation

Responsible Sexual Activity

Consent

Drug use

Pregnancy / getting married

Learning to Drive / Cost of learning to drive

Employment rights / responsibility / whistleblowing

Managing Mental Health

Wellness

Fake news / control of media

Media distortions of body image

Crime and your behaviour

Creation of laws / citizenship

Campaign for change

Sustainable living

Globalisation

13

Living in the Wider World

Relationships

Living in the Wider World

Health & Wellbeing / Wider World

 

 

Budgeting – Considering Living arrangements / food budget / luxury items and cost

Emergencies

Responsible borrowing

Starting Salaries and deductions

Responsible Sexual Activity

Consent

Understanding and respecting others

Conflict management

Theories of Religion

Oppress or inspire?

Religion development

Stress / coping techniques

Work-life balance / Revision skills

 

 

 

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