Care and Guidance
Our Care and Guidance programme is delivered through Drama, Assemblies, Drop Down days and our Tutoring programme. The areas covered are:
- Health and Safety
- healthy living
- e-safety- social media and sexting
- alcohol abuse
- drug abuse
- legal highs
- sexual health and education
- Bullying and friendships
- Resilaince and Mindset
- Education against Hate
- Global Citizenship
- European Union
- UK Politics
Our programme aims to fulfil our school’s responsibility to support students’ spiritual, moral and cultural development, as well as their mental and physical development, whilst preparing them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences they will encounter in life.
In addition, the aims of our programme are to provide students with:
- accurate and relevant knowledge;
- opportunities for them to turn their knowledge into personal understanding;
- opportunities to explore, clarify and, if necessary, challenge their own and others’ values, attitudes, beliefs, rights and responsibilities; and
- the skills, language and strategies that they need in order to live healthy, safe, fulfilling, responsible and balanced lives.
Our programme makes a significant contribution towards students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, their behaviour and safety, as well as the school’s statutory responsibility to promote their wellbeing. It is also essential in safeguarding students in all aspects of their lives including preventing them from being drawn into extremism and radicalisation.
Extremism & Radicalisation:
Our safeguarding policy covers protecting and educating our students against extremism and radicalisation. This is covered in our PSHE curriculum and we provide parents with an information leaflet which can be viewed below.
Useful Links and documents -
Information for Parents on Internet Safety
Know It All for Parents
Education against Hate - extremist and radicalisation
Parental advice on filtering
Your Child's Health and Safety
Advice and help on Cyberbullying aimed at parents and students
Advice for parents from Ceops - the Child Explotation and Online Protection Centre
Parents' Guide to Snapchat