NSPCC's website www.nspcc.org.uk includes upto date informaion and sources of support.
The NSPCC runs Childline (0800) 1111 and an advice line for adults worried about children (0808) 8005000.
The website http://thisisabuse.direct.gov.uk targets teenagers and helps them to explore what constitutes abuse and how to obtain support.
The campaign 'Schools Safe 4 Girls':
http://www.pshe-association.org.uk/news_detail.aspx?ID=1313 provides links to sources of support and advice provided by the End Violence Against Women Coalition.
Head of PSHE - Liz Spencer - Year 11 Centre
Heights Lane Site - Rhiannon Hutchins
Darnhill Site (Secondary) - Aisling Forbes
Darnhill Site (Primary) - John-Paul Rainey
AUTUMN TERM 2 - COMMUNITY
What are British Values?
How do we reflect this in school?
How is this reflected in society?
Who is responsible?
Do you feel safe at school?
Working together / teambuilding
BEHAVIOUR AND CONSEQUENCES
How should rule breakers be dealt with?
Respect - showing and earning
|YOUR LOCAL AREA|
What is it like?
What do you like / not like about it?
How could it be improved?
What are they?
How are they set up?
How do they raise money?
Homelessness at Christmas
SPRING TERM 1 - EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING
What is peer pressure?
How can we deal with it?
What is a relationship?
What are they?
Why are they important?
Good or bad?
What is self-esteem?
How do you get it? Grow it? Damage it?
|WHO AM I?||What are you like?|
How to help
Who to contact
|MENTAL vs PHYSICAL HEALTH|
Whats the difference?
Can you care for your mental health like your physica health
Who to talk to
|What makes you feel good? bad? short term vs long term|
SPRING TERM 2 - HEALTHY LIFESTYLES
What do they do to the body?
What is healthy?
What is not healthy?
Why is it important?
What does it do to the body?
Body image - realistic?
Why should we have them?
How can you set realistic goals?
Personal vs Team goals
|FIRST AID||How to respond in an emergency?|
What is it?
How is it spread?
How can we reduce spread?
Connect Faculty incorporates humanities, prep for work, geography, careers and PHSE
The PHSE curriculum at the BLC is made up of a number of overarching concepts including: Identity, relationships, a healthy balanced lifestyle, risk and safety, diversity and equality, rights and responsibilities, change and resilience, power and careers.
If you have any queries, please contact - Liz Spencer- 0300 3038384
PHSE Exam Board
Level 1 & 2 Certificate in Preparation for Working Life (Full Course)
History Exam Boards
GCSE History A - OCR (Home Tuition Only)
Entry Level Certificate - AQA
Geography Exam Board
Level 1 for Year 11
Unit Awards at Key Stage 3
Entry Level Certificate