Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship and Economic education is a programme of learning opportunities and experiences that help the pupils of Fazakerley High School to grow and develop as individuals and as members of their families and their communities.
PSHCEe equips children and young people with knowledge, understanding, attitudes and practical skills to live healthy, safe, productive, fulfilled, capable and responsible lives. These effective programmes encourage our pupils to be enterprising and support them in making effective transitions, positive learning and career choices and in managing their finances effectively. It also enables our pupils to reflect on and clarify their own values and attitudes ensuring they live full and healthy lives now and in the future.
PSHCEe registration and assembly theme timetable
Personal Social Health Citizenship Economic education with SMSC - PSHCEe at Fazakerley High School
- A whole school approach is taken to PSHCEe. This reflects the needs of the pupils, the ethos of the school and the broad aims of the National Curriculum.
- All pupils are taught PSHCEe during their form time once a week by their Form Tutor during a morning registration period.
Aims of PSHCEe
- To help pupils to lead confident, healthy and responsible lives as individuals and members of society.
- To help pupils gain practical knowledge and skills to help them live healthily and deal with the spiritual, moral, social and cultural issues they face as they approach adulthood.
- To give pupils opportunities to reflect on their experiences and how they are developing.
- To help pupils them to understand and manage a wider range of relationships as they mature; to show respect for the diversity of, and differences between, people.
- To help develop pupils’ well-being and self-esteem, encouraging belief in their ability to succeed.
- To enable all pupils to achieve their maximum potential.
PSHCEe and the National Curriculum
There are two non-statutory programmes of study at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4: Personal Well-Being; Economic Well-Being and Financial Capability. These non-statutory programmes of study have been developed to support the statutory teaching of sex education, careers education and work-related learning.
PSHCEe: Personal Well-Being
- This programme of study promotes the well-being of pupils and provides a programme of sex and relationship education and drug education.
- It also is an opportunity to focus on the promotion of Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development (SMSC), ensuring that all pupils have the opportunity to develop an understanding of right and wrong; an appreciation of the Arts in all their forms and practise the skills and attitudes required for them to participate fully in a democratic society.
PSHCEe: Economic Well-Being and Financial Capability
- This programme of study brings together careers education, work-related learning, enterprise and financial capability.
- It also provides opportunities for careers education at Key Stage 3, and for careers education and work-related learning at Key Stage 4.