Whole school approach to SMSC PSHE

Report
An approach for whole
school delivery of RE, PSHE,
Citizenship and SMSC
Tom Pritchard – Subject Director
[email protected]
@ac_pritchard
SMSC & Wellbeing at Harris Morden
Rationale:
Drawing together:
• promotion of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development (SMSC) as set out in
Section 78 of the Education Act (2002)
• promotion of Fundamental British Values (DfE Guidance November 2014)
• Prevent Strategy for reducing the risk of radicalisation (2011)
• compulsory Citizenship set out in the National Curriculum 2014
• Statutory and non-statutory aspects of PSHE
SMSC & Wellbeing within the
curriculum:
Modes of delivery:
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Tutor Programme – 20 minutes a week in KS3 and KS4
Assembly Programme – one a week for KS3 and KS4
Assembly Activities (in tutor time) – 20 minutes a week in KS3 and KS4
Thought of the Week – one a week during tutor time
Explicit SMSC Foci – all lessons.
SMSC & Wellbeing within the
curriculum:
Modes of delivery:
• Tutor Programme – 20
minutes a week in KS3 and
KS4
SMSC & Wellbeing within the
curriculum:
Modes of delivery:
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Tutor Programme – 20 minutes a week in KS3 and KS4
Assembly Programme – one a week for KS3 and KS4
Assembly Activities (in tutor time) – 20 minutes a week in KS3 and KS4
Thought of the Week – one a week during tutor time
Explicit SMSC Foci – all lessons.
Explicit SMSC Foci
Extra-Curricular SMSC & Wellbeing
Modes of delivery:
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SMSC & Wellbeing Days – once a term for all students (except Year 11)
Enterprise Days – once a term for all students
End of Term SMSC & Wellbeing Activities – once a term for all students
Extra-Curricular Clubs – daily for all students
Aspire, Experience, Explore Weeks – twice a year
HAMD General Election 2015 – once every five years!
SMSC & Wellbeing Days
• Day 1: ‘Raising aspirations’,
Thursday 23rd October 2014.
• Day 2: ‘Living well’, Tuesday 4th
March 2015.
• Day 3: ‘Celebrating our
Community, Wednesday 8th July,
2015.
Extra-Curricular SMSC & Wellbeing
Modes of delivery:
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SMSC & Wellbeing Days – once a term for all students (except Year 11)
Enterprise Days – once a term for all students
End of Term SMSC & Wellbeing Activities – once a term for all students
Extra-Curricular Clubs – daily for all students
Aspire, Experience, Explore Weeks – twice a year
HAMD General Election 2015 – once every five years!
Wider SMSC & Wellbeing Delivery
Modes of delivery:
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Whole School Behaviour Policy
Student Referral Centre and Student Behaviour Support
Elected Student Council
Student Prefects and Mentors
Community Partnerships
Student Charities and Volunteering
Inter-Faculty Events
RE in the Curriculum
Modes of delivery:
• Religion & Philosophy Lessons – compulsory in KS3 and optional in KS4 (GCSE exam)
• Assembly Programme – 6 religious themes each year
• Thought of the week – once a week
Challenges and solutions…
Challenges:
• Quality of delivery
• Time constraints
Solutions:
• Effective monitoring
• Possible curriculum changes:
• RE compulsory at KS4 (GCSE)
• Citizenship compulsory at KS4 (GCSE)

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