What we do? PSHE Offer
Reducing teenage conceptions & improving emotional, physical and sexual health
Promoting young people’s wellbeing is a statutory duty placed upon all schools. The OFSTED inspection framework recently introduced a new judgement that focuses on personal development, behaviour and welfare and requires schools to promote this through a broad and balanced curriculum. The Health and Wellbeing Service currently offers a number of PSHE sessions which we can deliver directly to your pupils. In addition we offer workshops and targeted group work programmes for both young people and parents.
What teachers say about our sessions...
We offer a range of bespoke sessions to primary pupils including, Healthy Relationships, Puberty, Puberty & Conception, Body Image and Social Media
All our sessions aim to be interactive and engaging and last approx. 1 hour. Whilst these sessions are predominantly for Year 5/6 pupils they can be tailored to suit the needs of younger pupils.
For a more detailed overview and to see our latest offers please click here
We offer a range of bespoke sessions to secondary pupils including Healthy Relationships, Body Image, Social Media, Contraception, STIs, Unintended Pregnancy, Alco-sex, Sex , Consent and the Law and Tackling Homophobic Language.
All our sessions aim to be interactive and engaging and last approx. 1 hour.For a more detailed overview and to see our latest offers please click here
Targeted group work programmes
The team has a vast amout of experience of deliverying group work programmes which can be tailored to meet individual need. Our past programmes have included:
- Specialist programme for SEN students
- Tackled project - focusing on boys and young men in partnership with Leeds Rugby Foundation
- Targeted girls group programme - delivered in partnerhsip with Positive Futures
Working with Parents - Speakeasy parents programme
The team currently offers the FPA's Speakeasy accredited programme for parents. This 8 week programme aims to equip parents with the knowledge and skills to be able to support their children through their transition to adulthood.Topics include how to support children through the physical and emotional changes during puberty, keeping children safe and understanding sex and relationships education in school.
The team also delivers training to family support practtioners to enable them to deliver the course to parents. For more information click
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