PSHE, including RSE, has been designed to engage, inspire, challenge and encourage pupils to examine their own and other peoples attitudes to a number of issues pertinent to life in the 21st century. We aim for students to be open minded, with the ability to think for themselves as they study both theological, personal, social, economic  and health issues.  Students are encouraged to listen to each other and not be afraid of making their own voice heard, justifying their viewpoint with reasoned consideration. We aim to encourage students to be critical thinkers and develop their oracy in order to debate controversial issues without causing offense to others.  Along with other humanities subjects, we aim to open students minds to the possibilities and opportunities afforded to them, whilst at the same time safeguarding them to the risks that exist in the modern, globalised world  in order that they may become truly global citizens.


Click here for The Brunts Academy PSHE Curriculum Overview