|Key Stage 3 PSHCRE Coordinator - Metaxoulla Chrisostomou
Key Stage 4 PSHCRE Coordinator - Niall O'Hagan
At Hampstead School PSHCE incorporates an integrated programme of three subject areas PSHEE (Personal, Social, Health & Economic Education), Citizenship and Religious Education and comprises of both the formal curriculum (lessons) and informal curriculum (enrichment activities). The subject of PSHCE is taught once a week to all students and is delivered by their tutors; alongside outside specialists running workshops, extended assemblies and theatre productions.
What we aim to do:
We aim to promote the physical and mental well-being of all our students by:
- Developing responsibility and commitment so that students make the most of their abilities and become successful learners
- Developing confident young people with a strong sense of self-worth enabling them to adopt a healthy and safer lifestyle
- Becoming informed and responsible citizens of our diverse society, who are able to develop good relationships by respecting the differences between people and make a positive contribution to society.
Unit 1 – New Beginnings
Unit 2 – Rights & Responsibilities
Unit 3 – Make A Move
Unit 4 – All About Me (1)
Unit 5 – My Community
Unit 6 – My Health
Unit 1 – All about me (2)
Unit 2 – Prejudice & Discrimination
Unit 3 – Changing Minds
Unit 4 – Managing Risk 1)
Unit 5 – Human rights
Unit 1 – Nutrition & Health (1)
Unit 2 – Interfaith Relationships
Unit 3 – Progression
Unit 4 – Taking Responsibility
Unit 5 – All about me (3)
Unit 6 – Nutrition & Health (2)
Years 12 & 13
Unit 1 – Resilience & Well Being
Unit 2 – Work Experience
Unit 3 – Relationships
Unit 4 – Sanctity of Life
Unit 5 – GN & Political Education
Unit 6 – Managing Risk (2)
Unit 1 – Moving On (1)
Unit 2 – Crime & Punishment
Unit 3 – All About Me (5)
Unit 4 – Nearly There
Unit 1 – Careers Express
Unit 2 – Community Challenge & Active Citizenship
Unit 3 – Moving on (2)
Unit 1 – Planning for my Future
Unit 2 - Citizenship & Political Ed
Unit 3 – Stress Busters
In Years 7 and 8 students are encouraged to undertake a longer piece of independent learning outside the classroom. This is done either individually or in small groups.
Year 7 – My Community: Individual presentation about themselves and their own lives
Year 8 –Lives & Voices: Group work research project on a religion or culture that is not their own
Year 9: NCFE Level 2 Certification in Nutrition & Health: Work related certificate.
The Enrichment Programme
All students in Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 will take part in a Financial Well Being Day – a full-day of activity around Careers & Financial management.
In Year 9 students participate in a “Criminal Justice Day” where they explore different aspects of the criminal justice system and the impact of crime.
In Year 12 students focus on ‘Health & Well-Being’ and explore different aspects of their own health and how to stay safer and healthier.
Additional enrichment days include: drugs awareness, gangs and knife crime, and healthy relationships
REACT (Responsibility, Environment, Action, Community & Travel)
School based active citizenship project which is open to students, teachers and members of the local community to work together to improve our local and international community. Three key areas: Environment, Community & Travel.
Environment: Encourage students and staff to be more aware of their carbon footprint and to respect the Environment.
Community: Charitable and awareness projects such as fundraising for Children In Need, Red nose Day/Sports Relief, Remembrance Day.
Travel: Sustainable Travel & School Travel plan; Youth Travel Ambassadors Scheme & Cycle Club. The Cycle Club takes part in the London to Brighton Bike Ride for the British Heart Foundation each year.
Hampstead Anti Bullying Zone (HABZ)
HABZ is an anti-bullying initiative to try and eradicate bullying and make students feel safer. It is a peer mentoring initiative which encourages active participation. Students are able to apply to become peer supporters in Year 9. They have to complete a formal application detailing why they want to be a peer supporter and what they think they will bring to the scheme. Those that are chosen are provided with a three day training scheme:
Day 1: The various forms of Bullying
Day 2 : The role of the peer supporter
Day 3 : Conflict Resolution
Peer supporters are expected to be on duty once a week for each of the following:
- early risers breakfast club
- break duty and
- lunch duty a week
They are also expected to attend the new Year 7 Induction Day.
At the end of the training successful students are invited to a graduation ceremony with their parents. Both students and parents are asked to sign a contract agreeing to take part in extra-curricular activities.