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Is PSHE currently statutory?

Discussion in 'PSHE' started by cheese_cake, Jan 4, 2011.

  1. cheese_cake

    cheese_cake New commenter

    Hi there, just need a quick bit of clarification. We don't currently teach PSHE specifically as a subject at our school (Only citizenship and occasional social awareness/sex ed). I thought it was being made statutory from september 2011 but looking online I am not 100% as various websites seem to contradict each other. Would anyone be able to give me an answer on what should be being taught.

    Any help will be much appreciated.

     
  2. cheese_cake

    cheese_cake New commenter

    Hi there, just need a quick bit of clarification. We don't currently teach PSHE specifically as a subject at our school (Only citizenship and occasional social awareness/sex ed). I thought it was being made statutory from september 2011 but looking online I am not 100% as various websites seem to contradict each other. Would anyone be able to give me an answer on what should be being taught.

    Any help will be much appreciated.

     
  3. no its not stat - was going to be cept it got thrown out in the washup in the days before the election, mores the pity. sex ed is stat in the sci elements. we do PSHE as specialist subject and so its compulsory for all students in our school Y7-11 and when we have a 6th form next year they will do it too
     

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