PSHE at TASE equips all students with key skills and knowledge that will support them throughout
their lives. Students will develop age-appropriate understanding relating to three key areas: healthy relationships, health and wellbeing, and living in the wider world. The curriculum has been developed in line with the Relationships, Sex and Health Education government statutory guidance (2020), the citizenship national curriculum and the PSHE Association.

The curriculum will support the safeguarding of students. They will explore issues including sexual
consent, domestic violence and abuse, and mental health, to ensure they can safeguard themselves and protect their emotional wellbeing. This has been developed to an age-appropriate manner. Alongside this, form times, assemblies and workshops across the year provide opportunities for students to reflect on contemporary issues that they may face including county lines, radicalisation and knife crime.

The PSHE provision aims to:

• Develop students’ confidence in sharing their own thoughts and opinions
• Develop skills and attributes to keep themselves healthy and safe
• Develop an attitude of a responsible and considerate global citizen
• Build positive, respectful relationships with other people
• Equip students with the skills to support them during life’s challenges.

Overview of curriculum

Year 7

• My Body and Me
• British Values
• Criminal Justice
• Managing my emotions

Year 8

• Public Health
• Crime and Punishment
• Rights and Respect

Year 9

• Health and Wellbeing
• Relationships and Families
• Money Matters
• Digital Footprints

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