'Students benefit from frequent PSHE education and tutoring, which enables them to get a betterunderstanding of life in modern Britain. Assemblies also enrich this provision. Topics looked at include British values, extremism, radicalisation, sexual health, and the negative effects of drugs and alcohol. This impacts directly on students’ ability to be better prepared for employment, higher education or training.'
All students are supported through the Sixth Form Guidance Programme, which seeks to develop the life skills, employability and careers guidance necessary for all our students to be ‘future ready’.
Our extensive programme and long-established relationships with specialist agencies, employers, universities and apprenticeship providers ensures that all students have access to the information, advice and guidance they need for their future.
Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance Annual Review
At the start of each academic year, as part of our Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) work, we review the events and programme of the previous twelve months, which forms the basis of our CEIAG Annual Review document. Follow the links below to read more.
CEIAG Annual Review 2016/17
PSHE (personal, social, health and economic) and SMSC (spiritual, moral, social and cultural) education and the Prevent Agenda is vital to the wellbeing of our students, including our Sixth Form students. In the Sixth Form, we have designed a bespoke programme which allows students to gain an understanding of a variety of different areas, whilst at the same time covering certain topics that are suitable for the Sixth Form only. Below, our scheme of learning for PSHE, SMSC and Prevent is detailed. This is supplemented by a variety of different outside speakers.
Sixth Form PSHE, SMSC and Prevent 2017/18