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  • An approach for whole school delivery of RE, PSHE, Citizenship and SMSC Tom Pritchard Subject Director [email protected] @ac_pritchard
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  • SMSC & Wellbeing at Harris Morden Rationale: Drawing together: promotion of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development (SMSC) as set out in Section 78 of the Education Act (2002) promotion of Fundamental British Values (DfE Guidance November 2014) Prevent Strategy for reducing the risk of radicalisation (2011) compulsory Citizenship set out in the National Curriculum 2014 Statutory and non-statutory aspects of PSHE
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  • SMSC & Wellbeing within the curriculum: Modes of delivery: Tutor Programme 20 minutes a week in KS3 and KS4 Assembly Programme one a week for KS3 and KS4 Assembly Activities (in tutor time) 20 minutes a week in KS3 and KS4 Thought of the Week one a week during tutor time Explicit SMSC Foci all lessons.
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  • SMSC & Wellbeing within the curriculum: Modes of delivery: Tutor Programme 20 minutes a week in KS3 and KS4
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  • SMSC & Wellbeing within the curriculum: Modes of delivery: Tutor Programme 20 minutes a week in KS3 and KS4 Assembly Programme one a week for KS3 and KS4 Assembly Activities (in tutor time) 20 minutes a week in KS3 and KS4 Thought of the Week one a week during tutor time Explicit SMSC Foci all lessons.
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  • Explicit SMSC Foci
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  • Extra-Curricular SMSC & Wellbeing Modes of delivery: SMSC & Wellbeing Days once a term for all students (except Year 11) Enterprise Days once a term for all students End of Term SMSC & Wellbeing Activities once a term for all students Extra-Curricular Clubs daily for all students Aspire, Experience, Explore Weeks twice a year HAMD General Election 2015 once every five years!
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  • SMSC & Wellbeing Days Day 1: Raising aspirations, Thursday 23 rd October 2014. Day 2: Living well, Tuesday 4 th March 2015. Day 3: Celebrating our Community, Wednesday 8 th July, 2015.
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  • Extra-Curricular SMSC & Wellbeing Modes of delivery: SMSC & Wellbeing Days once a term for all students (except Year 11) Enterprise Days once a term for all students End of Term SMSC & Wellbeing Activities once a term for all students Extra-Curricular Clubs daily for all students Aspire, Experience, Explore Weeks twice a year HAMD General Election 2015 once every five years!
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  • Wider SMSC & Wellbeing Delivery Modes of delivery: Whole School Behaviour Policy Student Referral Centre and Student Behaviour Support Elected Student Council Student Prefects and Mentors Community Partnerships Student Charities and Volunteering Inter-Faculty Events
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  • RE in the Curriculum Modes of delivery: Religion & Philosophy Lessons compulsory in KS3 and optional in KS4 (GCSE exam) Assembly Programme 6 religious themes each year Thought of the week once a week
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  • Challenges and solutions Challenges: Quality of delivery Time constraints Solutions: Effective monitoring Possible curriculum changes: RE compulsory at KS4 (GCSE) Citizenship compulsory at KS4 (GCSE)
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