Health & Social Care, Psychology (KS5) & Citizenship (KS3 & 4)
EXCELLENT PAY RATES!
PSHE is a well-established and integral part of the school curriculum. The aims of the department are to allow pupils the opportunity to express their personal opinions and feelings, whilst encouraging them to listen to and respect the opinions and feelings of others. The study of PSHE promotes the general progress and wellbeing of individual pupils and the community of pupils and reflects the value and ethos of the School. PSHE is currently taught throughout the Senior School through dedicated timetabled lessons and form time activities, as well as through learning in other relevant subjects which complement the programme. The Head of Department is supported in their work by two PSHE assistant coordinators and by a number of teaching and nonteaching staff who deliver specific parts of the PSHE curriculum.
To develop and lead a creative and inspirational PSHE programme for Year 7 to Year 11 and organise its delivery.
To have input into and support the delivery of PSHE in the sixth form.
To liaise regularly with pupils and staff to continually review and evaluate the PSHE programme to ensure that it remains current, up–to-date and relevant to our pupils.
To advise, support and work with the assistant coordinators of PSHE.
To oversee the allocation of staff for all PSHE lessons.
To be responsible for monitoring the performance and functioning of the department.
To attend HOD meetings, curriculum and pastoral meetings as required.
To be involved with the planning and running of the annual well-being day.
To attend meetings of the PSHE sub-committee of the Joint Liaison Committee with Hampton School PSHE staff.
To organise a programme of appropriate outside speakers including evening talks for parents.
To ensure that the work of the department is in line with the school’s strategic plan.
To contribute to the school policy and development as appropriate.
To hold regular department meetings.
To present budget plans and to control the budget.
To liaise with, and meet formally once a year, the appropriate subject coordinator in the Junior Department.
To report to the Governors on departmental developments, when required.
To keep abreast of current issues in PSHE and make programme changes as necessary.
To be a member of the PSHE Association and attend its Annual Conference.
To choose appropriate library books and other resources.
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