At Bolder Academy, our PSCHE curriculum is designed to develop our students into kind, strong, brave young adults where a Bolder future awaits.
The aims of the PSCHE Curriculum
The aims of the PSCHE curriculum are to:
How we deliver PSCHE
PSCHE is taught as part of the Culture and Society curriculum, where students have one hour of learning per week.
Students are taught:
Students are also taught during drop-down sessions in dedicated “Being Bold” weeks, by fully-trained staff and by external agencies. Themes are also covered in other curriculum areas, such as E-safety in Computer Science lessons, and physical well-being in PE. During form time, students also study a Thought for the Week, where they reflect on a topical issue.
Our intended Impact in PSCHE
We will know if we have been successful when our students live and breathe our three core values within the Academy and beyond. When they demonstrate:
Kindness: By developing healthy relationships with their peers during their time at the Academy, online, and within the wider community, respecting individual’s political beliefs.
Strength: By demonstrating a growth mindset and positive attitude to their learning, their wider school life, and the wider community around them.
Bravery: Raising concerns to an appropriate adult when unacceptable behaviour occurs in person or online.