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PSHE

PSHE Staff

Mrs J Duplock – PSHE Lead

 

PSHE Intent

The PSHE scheme of work provided the Boulevard Academy with an effective curriculum for wellbeing. Our students will be enabled to develop the vocabulary and confidence needed to clearly articulate their thoughts and feelings in a climate of openness, trust and respect, and know when and how they can seek the support of others. They will apply their understanding of society to their interactions from the classroom to the winder community of which our students are a part of. Our PSHE scheme of work supports our Academy’s wider curriculum which supports the active development culture that prioritises physical and mental health and wellbeing, providing young people with skills to evaluate and understand their own wellbeing needs, practice self-care and contribute positively to the world around them.

The Boulevard Academy strongly believes that a successful PSHE education can have a positive impact on every aspect of a young person including their academic development and progress by mitigating any social and emotional barriers to learning and building confidence and self-esteem. Evidence strongly suggested that successful PSHE education also helps disadvantaged and vulnerable children achieve a greater extent by raising aspirations, and empowering them with skills to overcome barriers they may face.

PSHE Learning Journey

PSHE-Learning Journey

PSHE Curriculum

SMSC in PSHE

 

Useful Links

Health and Wellbeing

 

Mindfulness Apps

 

Relationships

 

What’s on the Bookshelf?

There are so many different books that you can pick up from the library that touch on themes discussed in PSHE. On your next trip to the library why not try:

  • Blame My Brain by Nicola Morgan

  • The Self-Esteem Team’s Guide to Sex, Drugs and WTFs?!! By Grace Barrett, Natasha Devon and Nadia Mendoza

  • Kite Spirit by Sita Brahmachari

  • Stuff That Sucks: Accepting what You Can’t Change and Committing to what You Can by Ben Sedley

  • My Anxious Mind: A Teen’s Guide to Managing Anxiety and Panic by Michael Tompkins and Katherine Martinez

  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon

  • Banish Your Body Image Thief by Kate Collins-Donnelly

  • Bullies, Cyberbullies and Frenemies by Michele Elliot

  • Am I Depressed and What Can I Do About It? by Shirley Reynolds and Monika Parkinson

  • You are awesome by Matthew Syed

  • The hate you give by Angie Thomas

  • What is Race? Who are Racists? Why Does Skin Colour Matter? And Other Big Questions by  Nikesh Shukla

  • I was your girl by Meredith Russo

  • Openly straight by Bill Konigsberg

  • Love from Lexie by Cath Cassidy

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