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          PSHRE AND CITIZENSHIP

          INTRODUCTION

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          1. WHAT WILL I STUDY?

          PSHE/RSE/RE/CITIZENSHIP: Students have dedicated lessons across all years which are taught by specialist teachers. Students also receive lessons from outside agencies such as the Brook, College police officer, faith leaders/groups and Audacious Schools Topics are further explored in form time and during assemblies. As well as the programmed lessons other topics may be included if and when needed, in response to local, national or international issues.

          KS3 PSHE/RSE is taught alongside Citizenship and RE, the curriculum is spiral and topics are revisited in order to remind students and further develop the skills they need. Topics include: Living a healthy lifestyle, Drugs and Alcohol, Relationship and Sex Education, Personal safety and bullying.

          KS 4 PSHE/RSE is taught alongside non-GCSE RE and Citizenship, it is delivered by specialist teachers. Topics include: Drugs and Alcohol, Relationship and Sex Education, Mental Health and Healthy Lifestyles. Students also receive lessons from outside agencies such as the Brook.

          KS3 Citizenship is taught alongside PSHE/RSE and RE topics include: Democracy, Law, Finance and Volunteering

          KS4 Citizenship is taught alongside PSHE/RSE and RE topics include: Rights and Responsibility, The Justice System, Law, Finance and Volunteering

          KS3 Religious Education is taught alongside PSHE/RSE and Citizenship topics include: How religion impacts on community, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism and Buddhism.

          KS4 Non GCSE Religious Education is taught alongside PSHE/RSE and Citizenship, topics include: Religion, rights and responsibility, Religious views on Crime and Punishment, Evil and Suffering, Matters of Life and Death, Wealth and Poverty

          2. CURRICULUM IN YEAR 7

          RE
          The Island
          Sikhism
          Buddhism
          Citizenship
          Democracy
          Volunteering
          Law

          PSHE/RSE
          Friendship
          Hygiene
          Staying safe including internet safety and knife crime
          Drugs and Alcohol

          3. CURRICULUM IN YEAR 8

          RE
          Islam
          Christianity
          Citizenship
          Finance
          Volunteering

          PSHE/RSE
          Staying safe including internet safety and knife crime
          Careers
          Drugs and Alcohol
          FGM
          Sexting

          4. CURRICULUM IN YEAR 9

          RE/Citizenship
          Rights and Responsibilities
          Crime and Punishment

          PSHE/RSE
          Sexual health including contraception
          Drugs and alcohol
          Sexuality and Gender
          Staying safe including staying safe online and Knife crime
          Sexting

          5. CURRICULUM IN YEAR 10

          RE/Citizenship
          Wealth and Poverty- Volunteering
          Evil and Suffering

          PSHRE/RSE
          Healthy Relationships including the impact of pornography
          Sexual Health including contraception
          Drugs and alcohol
          Staying safe including staying safe online and knife crime
          Pregnancy

          6. CURRICULUM IN YEAR 11

          PSHE/RE/Citizenship
          Taught by form tutors
          Drugs and Alcohol
          Online safety and grooming
          Marriage and the Family
          Mental Health
          Democracy, Government and Law

          Admission Appeals At Wright Robinson College- September 2020

          If you were not offered a place for your child at the college for September 2020 you have the right to appeal.
          Parents who wish to appeal for a place at Wright Robinson should contact Mrs Duffy (0161 826 1026) to request an Admission Appeal Form and Appeal Guidelines.
          Alternatively you may collect an Appeal Pack from the college gate staff during school hours.

          The Admission Appeal Form must be returned to Mrs Duffy by Friday 27th March 2020.
          Failure to return your appeal form by this date may result in a delay of up to 40 school days for your hearing.
          Admission Appeals will be held:

          Friday 1st – Wednesday 6th May 2020

          Decision letters from the Appeal Hearings will be sent to parents by Friday 15th May 2020.

          Dismiss Notice

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