PSHE or personal, social and health education is taught to all year groups. The content is delivered by form tutors on a fortnightly basis and covers a wide range of topics. In addition there a outside speakers who deliver specific presentations on occasion.
King Edward VI School uses assemblies to raise awareness of a range of issues which are relevant to PSHE (personal, social and health education). The week beginning March 25th 2019 there will be assemblies on Child Sexual Exploitation following the National Awareness Day on March 18th. Students will also be able to speak to the school nurse about this on Thursday lunchtime.
For additional information please see the attached document.
PSHE also covers the delivery of Relationships and Sex Education. Every effort is taken to ensure that this is delivered in an age appropriate and sensitive way. Details about the RSE curriculum in year 7 can be found on the following Presentation and the reading list.
Students will receive their HPV vaccine in Key Stage 3. As preparation for this students are taught about the HPV vaccine as part of the PSHE curriculum in year 8. For further information please see the following resource sheets and commonly asked questions.
Understanding Relationships, Sex and Health Education at your child’s secondary school:a guide for parents
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