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Personal Social Health Education

Within the platform there is Our Personal Social Health Education (PSHE) Section which enables a range of content to be delivered to your students through numerous timetabled, individual or personalised learning pathways. The lessons we have available for PSHE are:

  • 'It's good to talk.' Improving conversation and listening skills
  • A healthy diet for teenagers
  • Alcohol - Statistics
  • Alcohol abuse
  • Alcohol and mental health
  • Alcohol and parenting
  • Alcohol and relationships
  • Alcohol and safe sex
  • Alcohol and the law
  • Alcohol withdrawal
  • Alcoholism
  • Britain's drinking culture
  • Building Self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Building Self-Esteem  -  A Practical Guide for Young People
  • Calling for an ambulance
  • Capital punishemt and the death penalty
  • Care of the terminally ill
  • Children and fire
  • Christian Aid: Its role, aims and motivation
  • Consumer rights: your rights when you buy something.
  • Contacting the police- their response
  • Coping with conflict
  • Coping with death and bereavement
  • Coping with disability
  • Coping with multiculturalism
  • Dealing with Britain's alcohol problem.
  • Dialling 999  -  A Practical Guide for Young People.
  • Diversity
  • Divorce and the impact on teeangers
  • Drink driving
  • Environmental problems
  • Essential First Aid
  • A Practical Guide for Young People.
  • Euthanasia - An emotive subject
  • Euthanasia : Some case studies to think about
  • Exam techniques and exam stress
  • Fire safety - Cooking
  • Fire safety - Electrical items
  • Fire safety - Planning an escape
  • Fire safety - Smoke alarms
  • Fire safety equipment for the home
  • Fire safety- candles, decorative lights and cigarettes
  • Getting a Job  -  A Practical Guide for Young People.
  • Heroin - Homework
  • HIV and AIDS
  • How are people influenced by celebrities?
  • How are young people influenced by advertising?
  • How do video games affect young people?
  • How do you know if you've got a drink problem?
  • How does peer pressure influence young people?
  • Ketamine - Homework
  • Mental health and well being
  • Nuclear warfare and proliferation
  • Out and About  -  Personal Safety for Young People
  • Pacifists and Pacifism
  • Poverty in the U.K.
  • Prejudice and discrimination on grounds of gender or sex
  • Puberty
  • Puberty - Boys
  • Puberty - Girls
  • Puberty and growth into adulthood
  • Public speaking and presentations
  • Racism and the Law
  • Racism and World War II
  • Refugees and Asylum Seekers
  • Relationships
  • Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr.  "I have a dream..." 
  • Romantic Relationships
  • Running away from home
  • Smoking and Health
  • Solvent abuse or volatile solvent abuse (VSA).
  • Stress and 'stress-busting.'
  • Surrogacy and surrogate babies
  • Terrorism
  • The age of criminal responsibility
  • The Interview  -  A Practical Guide for Young People.
  • The Laws in England and Northern Ireland
  • The Samaritans
  • The Samaritans - A Short History
  • The value of human life
  • Tranquilizers - The health risks
  • Underage drinking
  • Understanding emotions - Anger
  • Understanding emotions - Fear
  • Understanding emotions - Sadness and depression
  • Understanding emotions - Stress
  • Understanding emotions : Self-image
  • Victim and witness Support
  • War and conflict
  • Ways of contacting the police
  • What are the health risks of alcohol abuse?
  • What can we do to deal with gun crime in the UK?
  • What do you know about the British Government?
  • What influences people to drink alcohol?
  • World poverty: A divided world
  • Young people and the media


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