Garston Manor SchoolSpecialist School for Autism, Learning Difficulties
and Speech and Language
Years 9, 10 and 11 have one 45 minute lesson of PSCHE each week.
PSCHE (Personal, Social, Citizenship and Health Education) can be described as ‘learning to live life well’. PSCHE deals with real life social, economic and citizenship issues affecting children and young people, their families and communities.
PSCHE in school develops the knowledge, understanding and skills young people need to manage their lives now, and in the future.
Personal wellbeing draws together personal, social and health education, including sex education, the social and emotional aspects of learning Economic wellbeing draws together economic understanding, careers education, enterprise, financial capability and work-related learning.