PSHE Day included fun activities, workshops and guest speakers

PSHE Day included fun educational activities, workshops and guest speakers

Throughout the academic year, we embed a variety of Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) topics into afternoon registration sessions, then three times a year we hold a PSHE Day where the whole school are involved.

The day took place on Tuesday 15th March for Year 7 and on Wednesday 16th March for Years 8 to 11 and they gave students the opportunity to take part in a special timetable of activities, talks and workshops that were specifically designed for their age group. Depending on the activity, these were led by our teachers or from external guest speakers and organisations.

Year 7 learnt about fire safety from Lincolnshire Fire Service and had sessions on online safety and anti-social behaviour. They were also able to experience the blurry effects of alcohol by wearing special ‘beer goggles’ without any drink being consumed!

To test students logical thinking and teamwork, our careers team organised an Escape Room activity for Year 8 and Year 9. They also enjoyed various other careers related events including a Hot Air Balloon Challenge to work out who they would save.

Year 10 learnt CPR skills and had awareness sessions about alcohol, financial management and teenage pregnancy. They then had an inspirational guest speaker from ‘Aim A Little Higher’ who passed on their personal experiences to motivate and raise student aspirations.

As our Year 11 students are working incredibly hard towards their summer exams, they had various teaching and learning sessions focusing on exams, revision techniques and preparation.

Thank you to Lincolnshire Police, Lincolnshire Fire Service, We Are With You and Aim A Little Higher for taking the time to speak to our students.

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