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Key stage 3 & 4

26 September 2007

Key stage 3 & 4

This section is broken down into:

Mapping grids and audit tools
Guidance documents

Lesson plans and schemes of work


Mapping grids and audit tools

Curriculum Links Key Concepts and Processes
Mapping curriculum links for PSHE & Citizenship
NE Lincolnshire Healthy School Team
Mapping grid

PSHE education, self-assessment framework for schools
Templates for schools to use, to support PSHE education and self-assess their progress in terms of the key processes and how PSHE education is viewed as a whole within the school.
Neil Reaich, South West Lead Regional Subject Adviser and his team

PSHEe self assessment tool [Word doc]
PSHEe Economic Wellbeing Financial Capability KS3[Word]
PSHEe Economic Wellbeing Financial Capability KS4[Word]
PSHEe Personal Wellbeing KS3 [Word doc]
PSHEe Personal Wellbeing KS4 [Word doc]

 

Assessment guidance at Key Stage 3
Useful grids in supporting assessment of PSHEe in Year 9
Geraldine Green, Tunbridge Wells Grammar School

End of Key Stage Statements - Economic Well Being and Financial Capability – KS3 [word]

End of Key Stage Statements – Personal Well Being - KS3
[word]

Teachers Resource Pack mapping PSHE- EWB; PSHE- PWB; Every Child Matters; National Healthy School Status, SEAL & Rights Respecting Schools/UN Convention of the Rights of the Child.
The resulting documents is called 'Related Aspects' and there is one for every term (Six week periods) for each of Years 7 - 9. Mapping key concepts and processes throughout the term.
Developed by PSHE RSA Kath Wilson working with Wiltshire, Dorset, Poole and Bournemouth

Year 7
Autumn 1 [Word doc]
Autumn 2 [Word doc]
Spring 1   [Word doc]
Spring 2   [Word doc]
Summer 1 [Word doc]
Summer 2 [Word doc]

Year 8
Autumn 1 [Word doc]
Autumn 2 [Word doc]
Spring 1 [Word doc]
Spring 2 [Word doc]
Summer 1 [Word doc]
Summer 2 [Word doc]


Year 9
Autumn 1 [Word doc]
Autumn 2 [Word doc]
Spring 1  [Word doc]
Spring 2  [Word doc]
Summer 1 [Word doc]
Summer 2 [Word doc]


 

PSHE education: EWBFC audit tools
Audit tools for schools to use when looking at their PSHE education: Economic Well Being & Financial Capability programme. They are in two different formats, each with a different emphasis and can be used or amended as colleagues wish.
West Midlands Regional Subject Advisers Linda Reason and Christine Thomas
PSHE Education, EWBFC Audit [word doc]
PSHE Education EWBFC grid,outcomes & PLTS [word doc]

 

Simple forms for recording activity against the learning outcomes
KS3 form [word doc]
KS4 form [word doc]
PSHCE Consultant and Healthy Schools Lead, Childrens Services, Newcastle. 

 

Curriculum support for Work Related Learning & Enterprise.
How subject areas that all students will study in KS3 and KS4 can contribute to the delivery of PSHE Economic well being (WRL and Enterprise) via cross curricular delivery.
How to use the curriculum support document [word doc]
Curriculum support for Work Related Learning & Enterprise[word doc]
Judy Franklin. Frederick Gough School.
NB.Before using this document please fill in the word document below "How to use the curriculum support document" and provide feedback to Judy


Secondary Curriculum Mapping grids, KS3 & KS 4
KS3 Drug Education theme plan
KS3 Economic Wellbeing/Financial Capability theme plan
KS3 Work related learning theme plan
KS3 Health and Emotional wellbeing theme plan
KS3 Identity and Society theme plan
KS3 SRE theme plan

KS4 Drug Education theme plan
KS4 Economic Wellbeing/Financial Capability theme plan
KS4 Work related learning theme plan
KS4 Health and Emotional wellbeing theme plan
KS4 Identity and Society theme plan
KS4 SRE theme plan

PSHE Education Programmes of Study grid- KS3 & KS4

Helen Cameron and Patrick Robinson-Islington Healthy Schools Programme Team


Useful documents when preparing a PSHE department SEF- self evaluation form- for secondary coordinators.
"I was asked to write a department SEF in line with those from all other curriculum teams, using the school's framework. Some aspects were straight forward such as ECM, others were tricky because we don't have levels or data to work with in PSHE. I can see the value of doing it. Students are certainly asking for levels and attainment grades.
Parents & Carers
Achievement & Standards
Personal development & Wellbeing
Quality of Provision
Leadership and Management
Overall effectiveness

Marianne Wilson, AST, Allerton High School.

 



Guidance documents


 

The contribution that the PSHEE Personal wellbeing programme of study makes to the new National Curriculum aims
An active session to include:

•Links with other subjects
•Assessment of progress in PSHE
•Continuity between key stages 3, 4
•CPD for other staff
•Preparation for statutory PSHE
Terry Brown, West Midlands RSA, PSHE Association
Risk Education Material sourced from Jenny McWhirter-ROSPA
Presentation [powerpoint]
RISC leaflet [Word]




Work Experience Curriculum Pack
The Vale of Glamorgan (Wales) 14 - 19 Network has produced this pack, alongside Phase 2 RSA Christine Thomas, and although Wales and England differ slightly in some curriculum areas, the main themes are the same. This pack aims to support the work of all professionals involved in work experience and supplements existing good practice in schools, colleges and placements organisations.
Work Experience Curriculum Pack-

 

It all adds up: Financial capability at Thomas Tallis School, London
An impressive example of how a school is implementing the new secondary curriculum
Michelle Springer, Head of Well-Being
Presentation [powerpoint]


Regional Subject Adviser Presentation
, shares her  presentation on 'The importance of PSHE education in the new secondary curriculum'
Presentation [powerpoint]
Phase 2 RSA for London, Alice Hoyle

Securing Progression in PSHCE (using process based success criteria) Assessment for learning based on use of success criteria
Guidance document [word.doc]
Judy Franklin, AST, Lincolnshire

Guidance and lesson plans for implementing the new secondary curriculum in PSHEE
Guidance document [word.doc]
Curriculum Development Adviser, Connexions Notts

How PSHE education & Citizenship can contribute to the cross curricular dimensions.
Guidance document
Judy Franklin- AST, Frederick Gough School


An example of a Curriculum Overview to show to OFSTED. 
Guidance document
Fort Pitt Grammar School, Kent.


Summary of the new PSHE curriculum
A useful overview of the of the Personal Wellbeing and Economic & financial capability programmes of study.
Guidance document
South Gloucestershire LA.

Linking PSHE- Personal Wellbeing to other National Curriculum subject areas
Guidance document
Judy Franklin- Frederick Gough School

Assessment in PSHE at KS3
Guidance document
Judy Franklin, Frederick Gough School, Lincolnshire

Assessment and reporting to parents in PSHE
Guidance document
Judy Franklin, Frederick Gough School, Lincolnshire

Every Child Matters: the contribution of PSHE
Guidance document
Judy Franklin, Frederick Gough School, Lincolnshire

Work scrutiny in PSHE
Guidance document
Judy Franklin, Frederick Gough School, Lincolnshire



Lesson plans and schemes of work

Smarter use of resources: activities linking CEG, WRE(L) and PS(H)E: an ICT free zone for young people
June Jensen, President of ACEG
Resource pack [Word doc]



Worcestershire Teachers' Handbook for PSHE
This comprehensive, yet easy-to-follow handbook will enable and assist teachers responsible for organising and delivering Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education. It draws together the best available practice to support teachers developing policy and classroom practice. The handbook will be particularly helpful to PSHE coordinators, Healthy Schools coordinators and anyone involved in training and supporting teachers, will also find this guide useful. If you choose to quote from this handbook. please acknowledge the source as Worcestershire Healthy Schools Team
Handbook [pdf]


Introduction to PSHE- lesson plan, establishing a safe learning environment
Lesson plan
Geraldine Green, Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys


Personal safety- a scheme of work for Year 8
Scheme of work
Geraldine Green, Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys

Sex in the Media - a lesson plan and resources used to teach sex and the media topic for Year 10 students
Presentation
Lesson plan
Worksheet
Alice Hoyle, Highland School, London

HIV Game- interactive lesson for use with Years 9 & 10
Lesson to explore student’s personal prejudices / diversity issues, fits in with the being healthy and staying safe sections from the “Every Child Matters” outcomes framework and the new 2008 POS – gives students a chance to debate social and moral dilemmas
HIV game- presentation (Powerpoint)
HIV - student grid and teacher notes (Word doc)
Judy Franklin, Frederick Gough School, Lincs.

 

Advocates for Youth- PSHE schemes of work
"I have been using this whole PSHE scheme of work for the last couple of years and it is great, particularly if you are struggling to get your schemes of work up and running. Its totally free to download and has 565 pages of lesson plans divided into various topics"
Alice Hoyle, PSHE coordinator
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Cambridgeshire PSHE service
Offers a wealth of practical advice, lesson plans, schemes of work, policies and CPD opportunities
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For materials relating to SEAL visit our SEAL section

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