PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT (PD) is a subject studied by every student at Stanley High School and comprises of PHSE (Personal, Social & Health Education), Citizenship and Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG).

 

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PSE is divided into three areas; Personal Wellbeing, Financial Capability/Economic Awareness, and Emotional Health & Wellbeing; developing the qualities and attributes students need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society, whilst Citizenship education covers the political, legal and economic functions of adult society, and the social and moral awareness required to thrive in it. CEIAG is a means of developing a young person’s knowledge, understanding, confidence and skills that they need to make well- informed, thought-through choices and plans that enable them to progress smoothly into further learning and work, both now and in the future.

Every student will complete a variety of lessons, which will focus on a vast range of topics; from Finance, Human Rights, Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco (DAT), to Safe and Healthy Lifestyles, Politics, Crime, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), Future Plans and Apprenticeships.

 

Personal Development (PD) Lessons Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year 11
Half Term 1 Living in the Wider World

How can we be aspirational students?

 

How does self-esteem help us achieve?

 

What are wants and needs

 

Prejudice and discrimination – racism

 

Social media – safe and private

 

How can we shop ethically?

Prejudice, Values, Extremism & Cults

 

British Values – tolerance anti-racism

 

Who are the extreme groups?

 

Where does extremism come from – leaders

 

How do extreme leaders attract converts?

 

Extremism – do all Muslims want sharia law

 

How can we prevent radicalisation and extremism?

 

Prejudice and discrimination – religion

Healthy Relationships with others & ourselves

 

Body image, media and eating disorders

 

Body image – girls focus

 

How does child sexual exploitation happen?

 

Domestic violence and abusive relationships

 

How can we deal with peer pressure?

 

British community, religion and culture – display lesson

 

Immigration the UK and diverse communities

 

Who are the LGBT community?

Mental Health & Wellbeing

 

Managing grief and bereavement

 

Why do people commit suicide?

 

Managing Social Anxiety

 

Social Media and Self Esteem

 

Screen time – how much is too much?

Health & Wellbeing

 

Why is PSHE so important?

 

Identity and Diversity

 

How does privilege affect us?

 

Obesity and body positivity

 

NEW Fertility and reproductive health

 

NEW First Aid CPR

Half Term 2

 

Living in the Wider World

 

How can we budget our money?

 

Creating a personal budgeting plan

 

Savings, loans and interest rates

 

What are different financial products for?

 

What are different financial transactions?

Finance & Career Skills

 

Finance – income and expenditure

 

Finance – tax and NI

 

How is tax spent – public services

 

Finance – budgeting and saving

 

Careers focus – entrepreneurs

 

Careers focus – teamwork skills

 

Careers focus – communication skills

 

 

Our Health & Personal Safety

 

Alcohol awareness

 

Drugs and the law

 

vaccinations, organ and blood donation, stem cells

 

What are acid attacks?

 

Why do people self-harm?

Living Responsibly

 

Managing Time Effectively

 

Living sustainably

 

Homelessness

 

Hate Crime

 

Tattoos and piercings

 

How harmful is binge drinking?

Health & Wellbeing

 

Perseverance and Procrastination

 

The importance of sleep

 

Why do we take risks?

 

Gambling and Online gaming

 

Digital Footprints

 

Personal safety wider world

Half Term 3 Relationships, Identity & Safety

 

Keeping good friendships

 

Family relationships

 

Falling in love

 

Bullying or banter

Goals & Behaviour

 

Self-confidence and goals

 

Personal Development and target setting

 

Managing my behaviour to achieve

 

Emotional literacy and self-awareness

 

What is mindfulness?

Achieving with Good Mental Health

 

Behaving to achieve – rules

 

Why can’t some people access education?

 

Developing interpersonal skills

 

Discrimination and The Equality Act 2010

 

Growth Mindset to achieve

 

How do we cope with stress?

 

How can we manage anxiety?

 

Why are people selfie obsessed?

 

Living in the Wider World

 

The right career for me?

 

What are employers looking for in CVs?

 

Why pursue a STEM career?

 

Preparing for Work Experience

 

Rights and responsibilities in the workplace

 

Why do we need an International Women’s Day?

Relationships & Sex

 

Bullying & Body Shaming

 

Types of relationships

 

Consent rape and sexual abuse

 

What is Good Sex?

 

Safe sex and chem sex

 

Relationship break ups

 

Happiness and Positivity

Half Term 4 Relationships, Identity & Safety

 

Cyberbullying

 

Keeping safe and positive relationships

 

Personal Identity – British Values

 

What are radicalisation and extremism?

Looking after our health

 

Vaping, nicotine and addiction

 

Cancer Awareness

 

Personal safety and first aid

 

Teen pregnancy and parenting

Preparing for the Wider World Careers & Enterprise

 

Self-discipline to achieve

 

Workplace skills

 

Enterprising qualities and personality – workskills

 

Workskills – what can we learn from entrepreneurs

Living in the Wider World

 

How does the criminal justice system work?

 

Anti-Social Behaviour

 

Crime, gangs and county lines

 

Money Laundering

 

Why do people become extremists?

 

Overt and Covert Racism

 

Fake News and Critical Thinking

Living in the Wider World

 

Animal Rights and Sustainability

 

Pollution, plastic + our environment

 

Globalisation

 

Multiculturalism

 

Extremism

 

Internet Safety The Dark Web

 

Cybercrime and online fraud

Half Term 5 Healthy Living & Health Choices

 

What do we mean by a healthy lifestyle?

 

How can I keep healthy? – food groups

 

How can I eat responsibly? – labels and nutrition

Consequences of not eating healthily

 

What’s the big deal about energy drinks?

 

Healthy living exercise

 

The dangers of smoking and second-hand smoking

 

What are drugs class a b c

Discrimination, Prejudice and Challenges

 

Prejudice + Stereotypes – disability

 

Homophobia

 

Discrimination teens and media

 

Internet safety – online grooming

 

How can we care for the environment?

 

Preparing for the Wider World Finance & Careers

 

How can I avoid debt?

 

Navigating financial institutions

 

Our rights as consumers

 

Employability – applying and preparing

 

Relationships Part 1

 

Conflict Management

 

Forced and arranged marriages

 

Harassment and Stalking

 

Revenge Porn

 

Relationships with role models

Living in the Wider World

 

GCSE Revision and study skills

 

Applying to college and university

 

Independent Living

 

How do we prepare for job interviews?

 

Health and Safety at work

 

How do trade unions protect us at work?

Half Term 6 Puberty, Emotional Health & Wellbeing

 

Mental health intro – depression

 

How can we manage our anger?

 

Puberty – what happens when and why

 

Periods – what happens when and why

 

What is FGM and why is it dangerous?

 

Domestic conflict – running away from home

Sex, Relationships & Conflict

 

Safe sex – consent

 

Safe sex – contraception

 

Safe sex – dangers of pornography

 

Safe sex – sexting and image share danger

 

Safe Sex – STIs

 

Body image – male focus

 

 

Rights & Responsibilities

 

Human rights – charity focus UNICEF

 

Human Rights abuses – genocide + trafficking

 

Is sending aid the answer? – human rights

 

Sustainability for all

 

How does the law treat young offenders?

 

How does knife crime impact on our lives?

Relationships & Diversity

 

Same-Sex Relationships

 

Gender and Trans Identity

 

Community Cohesion

 

Sexism and gender prejudice

 

Parenting

 

 

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