All schools are required to make provision to promote pupil's personal development. They must ensure that, as well as providing opportunities for all pupils to learn and achieve, they must also promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development in order to prepare them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life.
Sex and relationship education (sre)
National Curriculum Science and Religious Education cover the content of the SRE programme. All issues are addressed sensitively and taught within the context of the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Careers Information and Guidance
CIAG is delivered to key stage 3 pupils via the school citizenship programme. Key stage 4 pupils have timetabled CIAG lessons in both Years 10 and 11.
The statutory strands of citizenship are delivered in structured termly citizenship event days across key stages 3 and 4.
Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Education
This requirement is met in the National Curriculum Science content.
All year key stage 4 pupils have a 2 week period of work experience in Year 10.
Many aspects of the PSHE non-statutory guidance are met in lessons across the curriculum and in the use of visits, external speakers and other school-based activities.
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