Personal, Social and Health Education
All Resources provides personal, social and health education (PSHE) resources and teaching tools to help young people cope with the various issues they are faced with each day. PSHE is also known as PHSE, PSE, PSHEE and PSHCE and has been part of the national curriculum since 2000.
What is PSHE?
PSHE is a programme of education to help children and young people develop personal and social skills. The PSHE curriculum covers key values such as life skills and citizenship.
What is citizenship?
Citizenship equips young people with the knowledge and understanding to live healthy and responsible lives. They are encouraged to make a valuable contribution to their families, their communities and society as a whole.
How All Resources helps young people
Our resources cover social, personal and health education whereby young people are encouraged to develop confidence and self-esteem.
These resource packs examine bullying, teenage depression, alcohol & drug abuse, substance abuse, relationships, job hunting, gang culture, gang membership, suicide, truancy, knife crime and early school leaving. Our materials include trainer manuals with step-by-step instructions plus worksheets and handouts and can be incorporated into KS3 & KS4 PSHE lesson plans.
We also deliver workshops based on our resource packs at a time to suit you. In addition, we offer a bespoke service where the resource pack or workshop is individually designed to meet the needs of your school or organisation.
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