- Pupils learn to understand themselves physically, emotionally and socially and to understand their relationships with others.
- Pupils develop as individuals in a wider society; helps keep them safe and healthy; teaches them effective ways to deal with different situations.
- Studied in every year at Imberhorne School on a fortnightly basis with some specialised immersion days.
|Name||Position / Responsibility|
|Mr D Monckton||KS3 and KS4 Personal Development Coordinator||dmonckton [at] imberhorne [dot] co [dot] uk|
Personal Development is taught alongside Citizenship as a combined subject. While Citizenship remains a statutory part of the curriculum, PSHE remains non-statutory although In the recent review of the National Curriculum, the government made it clear that all state schools ‘should make provision for personal, social, health and economic education, drawing on good practice’. (National Curriculum in England, DfE, 2013).