PSHEE stands for Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education. These lessons, along with our pastoral care, ensure that each girl is given access to the skills and knowledge that will enable her to feel safe and healthy in and out of school and to develop into a positive member of the school community and wider society.
Many issues arise through the girls’ awareness of current affairs which are then discussed during Form Time and assemblies as well as through a varied curriculum. This includes internet safety and cyber-bullying. We help pupils to make positive choices, develop positivity, perseverance and resilience and recognise what can be learnt in life from mistakes and setbacks.
Throughout the school, we recognise and celebrate differences and diversity and explore how to become a good citizen in the wider community. Debating skills are developed and the girls are encouraged to form and articulate their own opinions on issues whilst learning the importance of respecting others who may not share their views.