PSHE & Careers
PSHE & Careers are a necessary part of a young person’s education. Though not examined formally, they will enable young people to identify and develop their unique skills and qualities. They will be encouraged to develop within a safe environment and discuss the many issues they will face in the future and equip them with the skills needed make healthy choices in all aspects of their life
RE is a compulsory subject through to GCSE, but not one that is examined.
In Year 7, 8 and 9 you will have 1 lesson per fortnightly cycle.
Activities include debating points of view, contemplating religious teachings, reflecting on moral issues and developing understanding of major worldwide religions.
Extra- Curricular Opportunities in PSHE and Careers
Working with partner agencies we have many activities to support students including:
- Diversity Role Models
- Anthony Nolan Assembly
- Mock interviews
- Brook Bitesize
- Domestic Violence Performance & Workshops
- Road Safety Workshops
- Anti-Bullying Workshops
- Wirral NHS Mental Health Workshops
- Open Door Mental Health Workshops
- Workplace visits
- NCS presentations and enrolments
- Year 7 Camp
- Alcohol Awareness
- Terriers Gun and Gang Crime Awareness
- University Visits
Extra- Curricular Opportunities in Religious Education
Extra-curricular opportunities are in the form if residential trips in conjunction with other humanities subjects to places like Rome and Poland (Auschwitz)