Why do I have to study PSHE/RSHE?
Personal Social Health Education (PSHE) is an essential component of a well-rounded and holistic education. In an ever-evolving and interconnected world, the significance of PSHE cannot be overstated. It addresses a wide range of topics that are central to students' overall well-being, including mental health, emotional intelligence, social relationships, personal development and more. The importance of PSHE lies in its ability to equip individuals with the knowledge, skills, and values needed to lead fulfilling lives, make responsible choices, and contribute positively to society.
Relationship and Sexual Health Education (RSHE) is covered as part of PSHE. It plays a crucial role in equipping students with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate intimate relationships, understand their sexual health, and make informed decisions regarding their well-being. It addresses a wide range of topics, including consent, communication, contraception, sexually transmitted infections, and emotional well-being. The goal of Relationship and Sexual Health Education is to promote healthy, respectful, and safe relationships.
What will I study?
For a full overview of all topics covered, follow link below
Kabir Jagwani, Assistant Headteacher