|Subject Leader:||Vanessa Gregory|
PSHCEE/SMSC brings together personal, social and health education, work-related learning, careers, enterprise, and financial capability. There are two new non-statutory programmes of study at Key Stages 3 and 4: personal wellbeing, and economic wellbeing and financial capability. PSHCEE/SMSC involves understanding risk in both positive and negative terms and the ability to manage risk in relation to relationships, health, finance, enterprise and career choices. The PSHCEE/SMSC curriculum focuses on two main concepts, personal wellbeing and economic wellbeing.
The key concepts for PSHCEE/SMSC education in personal wellbeing are:
- Personal identities
- Healthy lifestyles – including exercise, smoking and alcohol
- Risk – including road safety, homelessness, gun and knife crime, sexual exploitation
The key concepts in economic wellbeing and financial capability are:
- Economic understanding.
The skills developed in PSHCEE include:
- Critical reflection
- Decision-making and managing risk
- Developing relationships and working with others
- Financial capability.
Regular self/peer assessment takes place during lessons.
Possible Progression (including careers and further education)
Careers related to PSHE include:
- Probation Officer
- Social Worker