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In Years 7, 8 and 9, PSHE Personal incorporating Careers and Citizenship is taught in a 1 hour per weekly timetabled lesson.

In Year 10 and 11, PSHE Life-Skills incorporating Careers, Citizenship, ICT and Religious Education is taught in a 1 hour weekly carousel programme.

In Year 12 and 13 PSHE Futures incorporating Careers and Citizenship is taught in a weekly timetabled lesson.

PSHE Vision Statement

Throughout our spiralling curriculum, PSHE at DHFS has one clear vision. This is to teach the vital life skills necessary to navigate the wider world safely, and with a strong moral compass.

Our Spiral Curriculum

Our curriculum has 6 big Ideas which spiral through years 7 -13 within PSHE and our wider curriculum.




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Key Stage 3

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  • Year 7

    - Primary Transition.
    - Staying Safe Online.
    - Managing Change
    - Friendship, Respect and Relationships.
    - Celebrating Differences.
    - Politics, Parliament and Me
    - All about Me (my body)

  • Year 8

    - Physical Health and Mental Wellbeing.
    - Dangerous Society - Online and Offline.
    - Proud to be Me.
    - Identify, Relationship and Sex Education.
    - LGBTQ+ Explored.
    - Law Crime and Society.
    - My Choices.

  • Year 9

    - Body Confidence.
    - Legal and Illegal Drugs.
    - Essential Life-Skills.
    - Sex, Consent andthe Law.
    - Rights and Support.
    - Combatting Extremism and Terrorism.
    - Sex Education
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    - KS3-4 Options.

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Key Stage 4

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  • Year 10

    - Violence Crime and Seeking Safety.
    - Rights and Responsibilities.
    - Exploring World Issues.
    - Mental Health and Wellbeing.
    - Exploring Eelationships and Sex Education.
    - Combatting Extremism and Terrorism.

  • Year 11

    - Staying Safe.
    - Sexual Health.
    - Adult Health.
    - Your Future and Beyond.

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Key Stage 5

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  • Year 12

    - Health and Wellbeing.
    - Drugs and Risk Education.
    - Personal Finance.
    - Positive Wellbeing.
    - Health, Safety and Diversity.
    - Careers.
    - Study Skills.

  • Year 13

    - Personal Finance.
    - Drugs and Risk Education.
    - Emotional Wellbeing.
    - Relationship and Sex Education.
    - Study Skills.

    Transition at the end of Key Stage 5 is also a major aspect including:

    All of this and more is covered in our comprehensive Careers IAG area:

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