As a Pupil of St. Brigid’s School you will be following the PSE curriculum through School Subjects, plus ‘extra-curricular’ lessons. There will also be occasions were you will be taken ‘off’ timetable in order for Outside Agencies to deliver certain aspects of the curriculum. The following are the aspects you will have delivered:

Skill  Learners should be given opportunities to:  Coverage by Subject area:
Developing Thinking ·      use prior knowledge to explain links between cause and effect and make predictions PE / BS / Psy / Med / Fr / Eng / CD / Bio / Chm / Phy.
Photo / ICT / Dra / Cym / Art
·      analyse information and ideas in order to assess bias, reliability and validity PE / BS / Psy / Med / Fr / Eng / CD / Ma / RE / Chm /
Photo / ICT / Cym / Soc /Art / PC. John (SLO) / CBL (PSE Timeout) / Careers / Learning Coach / School Council
·      take different perspectives into account when making informed decisions and choices effectively BS / Psy / Med / Fr/ Eng / CD / RE / Photo /  Dra / Cym /
Soc / Art /  Careers / Learning Coach.
·      use a range of techniques for personal reflection BS / Psy / Med / Fr/ Eng / CD / RE / Photo / ICT / Dra /
Cym / Art / PC. John (SLO) / Careers / Learning Coach
Developing Communication ·      listen perceptively in a range of situations, and respond appropriately. BS / Psy / Med / Fr / Eng / CD / RE / Photo / Chm / Dra /
Cym / Art / PC. John (SLO) / Careers / Learning Coach.
·      communicate personal feelings and views effectively in a wide range of situations through a range of appropriate methods BS / Psy / Med / Fr / Eng / CD / RE / Chm / Photo / Dra /
Cym / Soc / Art / PC. John (SLO) / Careers / Learning
Coach.
·      appreciate, reflect on and critically evaluate other points of view BS / Psy / Med / Fr / Eng / CD / RE / Photo / ICT / Dra /
Cym / Soc / Art / PC. John (SLO)

Developing
ICT

·      find and develop information and ideas PE / BS / Psy / Med / Fr / Eng / CD / RE / Ma / Bio / Chm
Photo / ICT / Dra / Cym / Art / School Council / Careers / Learning Coach.
·     create and present information and ideas PE / BS / Psy / Med / Fr / Eng / CD / RE / Ma / Chm /
Photo / ICT / Cym / Soc /Art./ School Council
·      use ICT safely, responsibly and independently, complying with data protection regulations and following safe practices BS / Psy / Med / Fr / CD / RE / Bio / Photo / ICT / Dra /
Cym / Art / Careers / Learning Coach.
Developing Number ·      access numerical data from written and graphical sources Soc / Psy / Med / Fr / Bio / Chm / Phy / Ma / ICT/ School
Council
·      select from and interpret a variety of methods of presenting data, including pie charts, scatter graphs, line graphs to support understanding of PSE related issues Psy / Fr / RE / Eng / Ma / ICT.

 

Skill Learners should be given opportunities to: Coverage by Subject area:
 

Working with Others

·      work both independently and co-operatively to plan and complete a range of tasks PE/ BS / Psy / Med / Fr / RE / Eng / CD / Bio / Chm /Phy
Photo / Ma / ICT / Art / Dra / Soc / Cym / School Council / Careers / Learning Coach.
·      reflect on the roles played in group situations including leadership PE / BS / Psy / Med / Fr / RE / Eng / Photo / Art / Dra/ Soc
School Council / Careers / Learning Coach./
·      make and maintain friendships and negotiate behaviour effectively in relationships. Psy / Med / Fr / RE / Dra / Soc / Cym./ PC. John (SLO) / Careers / Learning Coach.
·      be assertive and resist unwanted peer and other influence Psy / Fr / RE / Eng / Ma / Art / Dra / Cym./ PC. John (SLO)
/ Careers / Learning Coach.
·      resolve conflict with a win/win solution Med / Fr/ Careers / Learning Coach.
·      manage anger, frustration and aggressive feelings effectively Psy / Fr / Cym./ Careers / Learning Coach.
·      adapt to changing situations Fr / ICT / Chm / Art / PC. John (SLO) / Careers / Learning
Coach.
·      evaluate and access a range of local and national sources of information, support and advice confidently CD / Cym.

Improving Own Learning

·      apply preferred learning styles  to improve learning PE / Psy / Fr / RE / Bio / Eng / Phy / Photo / Ma / ICT Art / Soc / Cym / Careers / Learning Coach.
·      review learning and action plan effectively, setting priorities for development and targets for improvement PE / BS / Psy / Med / Fr / RE / Eng / CD / Photo / ICT Chm
/ Art / Dra / Soc / Cym./ Careers / Learning Coach.
·      apply learning to unfamiliar or more abstract situations BS / Psy / Med / Fr / Bio / Eng / Phy / Photo / Art./ Careers
/ Learning Coach.
·      manage time and organise themselves effectively to meet deadlines BS / Psy / Med / Fr / RE / Eng / CD / Bio / Chm / Phy
Photo / Ma / ICT / Art / Cym / School Council / Careers / Learning Coach.
·      apply a range of revision techniques to reinforce learning PE / BS / Psy / Med / Fr / RE / Eng / CD / Bio / Phy / Ma
ICT / Chm / Art / Cym./ Careers / Learning Coach.
·      recognise and manage stress Med / Fr / Eng / Bio / Ma / ICT / Chm / Careers / Learning
Coach.

 

Theme Range: Coverage by Subject area:
Active Citizenship Learners should be given opportunities to:
·      develop respect for themselves and others PE / Psy / Fr / RE / SC / Eng / CD / Ma / Photo / BS Cym / Art /
Chaplaincy Team /  CBL (PSE Timeout)
·      value diversity and equal opportunity, and be affronted by injustice, exploitation and denial of human rights PE / Psy / Med / Eng / CD / RE / Photo / BS / Cym / Soc Art / PC. John
(SLO)
·      engage in practical involvement in the community Chm / Photo / Dra / Cym / Art./  (PSE Timeout) / School Council
and to understand:
·      the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Psy / Eng / CD / RE / Cym.
·      how political systems work locally, nationally and internationally e.g. The European Union, the UN Eng / CD / Bio / BS.
·      the main features of the major political parties in Wales PE / CD / BS /Cym.
·      the opportunities for young people to participate in decision making, both locally and nationally RE / School Council
·       the importance of participating in democratic elections and the links between political decisions and their own lives Cym./ School Council
·       the importance of access to unbiased information, including the internet and be prepared to challenge views propagated
by the media
Psy / Med / SC / Eng / CD / Chm / Photo /Cym / Art / Photo / Careers /
Learning Coach.
·      how to challenge assertively expressions of prejudice, racism and stereotyping PE / Psy / SC / Eng / RE / Dra / Art / Photo.
·      local and global contemporary issues and events e.g. homelessness  and international migration Fr / RE / Photo / BS / Soc / Art / Photo.

 

 Theme Range: Coverage by Subject area:
Health and Emotional Wellbeing Learners should be given opportunities to:
·      accept personal responsibility for keeping the mind and body safe and healthy PE / Psy / CD / RE / Ma / Cym / PC. John (SLO) / CBL (PSE Timeout)
·      develop a responsible attitude towards personal relationships Fr / CD / RE / Eng / PC. John (SLO)
·      and to understand:
·      the short and longer term consequences when making decisions about personal health PE / Fr / CD / ICT / Cym./  CBL (PSE Timeout) /AT (PSE Timeout)
·      the personal, social and legal consequences of the use of legal and illegal substances, PE / Psy / Fr / Photo / Cym / PC. John (SLO)
·      the range of sexual attitudes, relationships and behaviours in society Psy / Med / RE / Eng / Dra / Soc / CBL (PSE Timeout) / AT. (PSE Timeout)
·      the importance of sexual health and the risks involved in sexual activity including potential sexual
exploitation
CD / RE./ CBL (PSE Timeout) / AT. (PSE Timeout)/ PC. John (SLO)
·      the features of effective parenthood and the effect of loss and change in relationships Psy / Eng / RE / Soc / Cym.
·      the factors that affect mental health and the ways in which emotional well-being can be fostered Psy / Eng / CD.
·      the statutory and voluntary organisations which support health and emotional well-being Psy /PC. John (SLO) / CBL (PSE Timeout) / AT. (PSE Timeout)

 

Theme Range: Coverage by Subject area:
Moral and Spiritual Development Learners should be given opportunities to:
·      consider questions and issues involving the meaning and purpose of life Eng / CD / RE / Eng / Photo / Art / Chaplaincy Team. / CBL (PSE Timeout)
·      and to understand:
·      how beliefs and values affect personal identity and life style Psy / RE / Eng / CD / Dra / Cym / Soc / Art / PC. John (SLO) / Chaplaincy Team.
·      the factors involved in making moral judgements Psy / Med / RE / Eng / Photo / Dra / Cym / Photo / Art / PC. John (SLO) /
Chaplaincy Team.
·      the range of values and principles by which people live BS / Psy / Med / RE / Eng / CD / Photo / Dra / Cym / Soc. / PC. John (SLO) /
Chaplaincy Team.
Preparing for Lifelong Learning Learners should be given opportunities to:
·      be ambitious, adaptable and to embrace learning opportunities BS / Psy / Med / Fr / Eng / CD / RE / Photo / Ma / ICT / Chm / Dra Cym / Art /
Careers / Learning Coach.
·      be well-organised and take responsibility for their actions and decisions related to learning BS / Psy / Med / Fr / Eng / CD / Bio / Photo / Ma / ICT / Chm / Dra Cym / Art
Careers / Learning Coach.
·      and to understand:
·      the relevant opportunities available to them in education and training Psy / Fr / Eng / Ma / Dra / Cym / Careers / Learning Coach.
·       their rights as consumers and their responsibilities in terms of managing a budget BS / CD / Ma / Dra / Cym./ Careers / Learning Coach.
·      the importance of planning for their financial futures and how to access financial advice BS / Ma / Careers / Learning Coach.

 

Theme Range: Coverage by Subject area:
Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship Learners should be given opportunities to:
·      Recognise the rights of future generations to meet their basic needs BS / CD / RE / Photo.
·      Take personal responsibility for changing their own lifestyle as a response to local and global issues e.g. climate change PE / BS / Fr / Eng / RE / Photo / Chm / Cym / Art.
·      and to understand:
·      the interdependence of global economic systems and the effects of human development on natural systems BS / Fr / Photo / Chm / Art.
·      the tensions between economic growth, sustainable development and basic human needs e.g. the causes of inequality within and between societies. BS / RE / Chm / Photo / ICT / Soc / Art.

Subject key: English: Eng / Maths: Ma / Science: Sci / Chemistry: Chm /Biology: Biol / Physics: Phy / Art: Art / Business Studies: BS / Careers: Car /Cymraeg: Cym / Child Development : CD / Drama: Dra / Design Technology: DT/ French: Fr / Geography: Geo / History: Hist / Information Technology: ICT / Music: Mu /Media Studies: Med / Photography: Photo / Physical Education: PE / Psychology: Psy / Religious Education: RE / Spanish: Sp / Sociology: Soc. / Careers / Learning Coach. / PC. John (School Liaison Officer) / Chaplaincy Team / PSE Timeout.