This course forms part of a coordinated programme in Years 7 to 11. The programme will be delivered on specialist days supported by the co-ordinator, Year Leader, a Sex and Relationship team and the NHS School Nurse.
A variety of methods are used in teaching the Wellbeing course including group and class discussion, role-plays, individual work and teacher information sessions and presentations. Information Technology is an integral part of the students’ learning. A variety of external agencies support the programme where appropriate to provide relevant and accurate information.
The course incorporates the national framework for Personal, Social, Health Education and the statutory provision for Citizenship, Work-related Learning and Enterprise. It helps young people embrace change, feel positive about who they are and enjoy healthy, safe, responsible and fulfilled lives. This course makes a major contribution to the promotion of personal development.
The aims of the course are:
Issues included in the course are positive relationships, understanding themselves and the diversity of the world, the role of the family, contraception, sexually-transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS, understanding risk and the law with respect to young people. Appropriate links with drugs and alcohol education are included in the course.
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