PSHE Scheme of Work Planning Toolkit for key stages 3 and 4
Our new Toolkit for secondary practitioners has been designed to support you in planning a personalised and flexible PSHE education curriculum over the course of a school year. The Toolkit will enable you to develop your pupils’ knowledge, skills and understanding based on the three core themes of the PSHE Association Programme of Study for PSHE education: Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Living in the Wider World.
The Toolkit comprises:
- An overview of PSHE education and long term planning including an example curriculum map
- Medium term planning grids which will enable you to design engaging and relevant schemes of work for each year group (Years 7 to 11)
- A section on short term planning including a lesson planning flow chart, assessment guidance and examples of students’ assessment work
Build a 'statutory-ready' programme tailored to your pupils' needs
Available exclusively to PSHE Association members, this Toolkit will support you to ensure best-practice curriculum design, tailored to your pupils’ needs rather than a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach that may not suit your particular circumstances or time constraints. Instead, this Toolkit recognises that every school and PSHE lead faces unique challenges when designing their schemes of work. The Toolkit therefore does not include lesson plans but instead provides guidance including medium term planning grids that allow you to create your own schemes of work and lesson plans that are tailored to your pupils’ needs and the circumstances in your school.
This resource will help you create and adapt a developmental PSHE programme which builds on prior learning and meets increased expectations arising from statutory status for relationships and sex education (RSE), and potentially PSHE in its entirety.
Ensure robust evidence for school inspections
Such clear curriculum planning not only follows best practice, but provides robust evidence for school inspections, including Ofsted judgements on safeguarding and personal development and welfare and similar requirements for independent schools, as well as statutory expectations regarding promotion of SMSC and British values.
Date uploaded: 23 Oct 2017
AttachmentsSecondary Toolkit July 2017.pdf
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At a glance:
Resource type(s)Assessment tools and strategies
Lesson plans and top tips
Planning and audit tools
Schemes of Work/ Schemes of Learning
Assessment and Evaluation
Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco Education
Economic Wellbeing and Financial Capability
Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health
Media & Digital Literacy
PSHE Guidance & Information
Relationships and Sex Education
Safety (including Physical and Online Safety)
LevelsKey Stage 3
Key Stage 4
This resource is for members only