TermYear 7Year 8Year 9Year 10
1Health EducationPhilsophy and RECitizenshipCareers and Aspirations
2Health EducationPhilsophy and RECitizenshipCareers and Aspirations
3Philosophy and RECitizenshipCareers and AspirationsHealth Education
4Philosophy and RECareers and AspirationsHealth EducationCitizenship
5Careers and AspirationsHealth EducationPhilosophy and RECitizenship

From years 7 to 11 the SPACE Health Education programme will address the following issues:

Topic 1
  • Healthy Lifestyles
  • Diet and excercise
  • Hygiene
Topic 2
  • Relationships
  • Personal Identities
  • Diversity
  • Friendships
  • Puberty (delivered in single sex classes)
Topic 3
  • Drugs
  • Smoking – Law, effects and consequences
Topic 1
  • Relationships
  • Underage sex
  • First sex
Topic 2
  • Healthy Lifestyles
  • Alcohol – Laws, effects, and consequences
  • Smoking assist – mentoring programme
Topic 3
  • Healthy lifestyles
  • Diet and eating disorders
Topic 1
  • Personal identities
  • Body image – Gok Wan
Topic 2
  • Healthy Lifestyles
  • Alcohol – Laws, effects, and consequences
Topic 3
  • Underage and pregnant – BBC series
  • Being ready for sex
  • Contraception
  • STIs
Topic 1
  • Personal identities
  • Body image – Gok Wan (continued from year 9)
Topic 2
  • Drugs – illegal drugs, consequences, facts and real life stories
Topic 3
  • Sex, STIs
  • Abortion

 

Topic 4
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Mental health
Topic 1
  • Healthy lifestyles
  • Dealing with stress
Topic 2
  • SRE
  • PCSO – Rape awareness
  • Exploitation and pornography
Topic 3
  • Healthy lifestyles
  • Choices beyond School

 

Curriculum Entitlement

All Students are entitled to sex education and the programme will be planned and delivered with regard to the needs of every student, ensuring equality of access and opportunity for all. Both the Science curriculum and the SPACE programme are compulsary for all students in years 7 to 11, thus ensuring common experience and entitlement for all.