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21/01/18

Well done to the team!

21/01/18

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Phenomenal work from our senior robotics team once again. Congrats to them, and thanks to for hosting the competition! https://t.co/BdtJxRYRYU

19/01/18

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Our Tariff calculator will help you work out how many Tariff points you have! https://t.co/lRLL9U8ajI https://t.co/Hxp71j1o91

19/01/18

With students due to have internal and external exams over the course of the next few months, this weeks tutor programme is discussing when the best time to revise is. https://t.co/IveE90VTOk

18/01/18

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So you've sent your application, now what? Take a look at the next steps https://t.co/epDKFwddWT

18/01/18

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If you're waiting for uni decisions, here are three things you can do to make the most of your time! https://t.co/YNdYcFv14S

18/01/18

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95 students from & starting a fantastic day of film and Chinese cultural learning today !! looking forward to a fun day!

18/01/18

: Y9 Parents/Carers Evening is 1 February 2018, 4.30-7.00pm https://t.co/rYoMmO4JCr

17/01/18

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In Year 12 and interested in studying Education, Psychology and Learning at ? Book your place on our Subject Masterclass now: https://t.co/jool8Mclyu https://t.co/L1K9oMDhJC

17/01/18

Students also discussed accommodation and the things they need to consider as part of the type of accommodation they look at. https://t.co/Nnyy1RRrRi

17/01/18

Y13 have been covering student finances in tutor time this week, for those considering university next year. From tuition fees, to living costs scholarships, bursaries and more. https://t.co/2kVmkTDNQq

17/01/18

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Worried about getting into uni? Get the facts from UCAS in our monthly newsletters. https://t.co/6ofqDFpzHi

17/01/18

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Free internet safety resources for parents https://t.co/QpZfFd5zUe

17/01/18

Quote of the week: "Questions are the creative acts of intelligence." Frank Kingdom

17/01/18

Join us for our next coffee morning in support of Create. Friday 2nd February 2018: 9am - 11am All welcome! https://t.co/UsG2YqED8w

16/01/18

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.: “Our advice for parents is to talk to your child regularly about what they are doing on apps like Sarahah and encourage them to speak to you if they see something upsetting.” https://t.co/Wtp5Er4Mqo

16/01/18

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If you sent your application yesterday then get to grips with what happens next! https://t.co/8llZiVLRF9

16/01/18

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Our playground pals are always there to make sure that everyone has a friend to play with at lunch time. https://t.co/MsxlWqH1dQ

16/01/18

Reflections this week is about the history of yoga. Students will discuss it as an exercise, a media expression and who can do it. https://t.co/TEgb9Gdzti

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PSHE

 

Full Subject Title

 

 PSHE

Subject at Harris Academy Bromley:

 

At Harris Academy Bromley, the PSHE programme endeavours to incorporate an overview for students regarding Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Living in the Wider World.

PSHE education is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepare for life and work in the modern world.

 

Exam Board (if applicable)

 

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Syllabus/Specification Number (if applicable)

 

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Course Programme

 Health and wellbeing:

  1. How to manage transition
  2. How to maintain physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing including sexual health*
  3. About parenthood and the consequences of teenage pregnancy
    How to assess and manage risks to health and to stay, and keep others, safe
    How to identify and access help, advice and support
  4. How to make informed choices about health and wellbeing matters including drugs, alcohol and tobacco; maintaining a balanced diet; physical activity; emotional health and wellbeing and sexual health
  5. How to respond in an emergency including administering first aid
  6. The role and influence of the media on lifestyle.

 

 Relationships:

  1. How to develop and maintain a variety of healthy relationships within a range of social/cultural contexts and to develop parenting skills
  2. How to recognise and manage emotions within a range of relationships
  3. How to deal with risky or negative relationships including all forms of bullying (including the distinct challenges posed by online bullying) and abuse, sexual and other violence and online encounters
  4. About the concept of consent in a variety of contexts (including in sexual relationships)
  5. About managing loss including bereavement, separation and divorce
  6. To respect equality and be a productive member of a diverse community
  7. How to identify and access appropriate advice and support.

Living in the Wider World -– economic wellbeing, careers, faith and world of work

  1. About rights and responsibilities as members of diverse communities, as active citizens and participants in the local and national economy
  2. How to make informed choices and be enterprising and ambitious
  3. How to develop employability, team working and leadership skills and develop flexibility and resilience
  4. About the economic and business environment
  5. How personal financial choices can affect oneself and others and about rights and responsibilities as consumers.

 

Any parent who wants to withdraw their daughter from the sex education sessions must write to the Principal outlining their reasons for this.

 

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