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Title: Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the edge. Its too high Come to the edge And they came and w


1
Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the
edge. Its too high! Come to the edge! And they
came and we pushed and they flew. Christopher
Logue
2
  • Aims
  • The development of PSHE and Citizenship at
    Chalfonts.
  • Laying the foundations current practice at the
    Chalfonts
  • The future

3
RESPECT
Respect yourself
Whole school approach.
Respect each other
Respect the world around you.
  • All objectives in scheme relate to RESPECT

4
Kick it Out One Game One Community
Reflect and Respect theme of the week
  • The One Game, One Community Week of Action 2007
    will take place between 18 30 October.
  • Community groups, footballers and fans will come
    together to get behind the message 'One Game, One
    Community to say no to Racism in Football and
    the community.

www.countmeincalendar.info/
5
What is Chalfonts doing?
  • During Kick it Out week (18th 30th October)
  • You can buy a Kick it Out T-shirt and wear it
    throughout the week. Limited numbers so hurry!
  • Year 8 football Kick it Out Tutor Cup.
  • Petitions showing Racism the Red Card.
  • Cultural Awareness Prefects distributing
    leaflets.
  • Race awareness DVDs showing in room 48.
  • Visit http//www.kickitout.org/ to see what
    events are happening at your local football clubs
    during the week of actiion.

Reflect and Respect theme of the week
6
What does Christmas mean to you?
  • Family?
  • Friends?
  • Snow?
  • Winter?
  • PRESENTS?!?

Reflect and Respect theme of the week
7
We need YOUR help!!!
  • We need
  • For homeless toys, school supplies, unwanted
    clothes (must be washed/clean), sweets (wrapped),
    socks, shoes.
  • For elderly tinned food, jars jam etc, scarves,
    gloves, puzzle books, jigsaws etc
  • For animal shelter tinned/contained animal
    food/toys/blankets etc
  • General large boxes/Christmas paper

Reflect and Respect theme of the week
8
Which of these are crimes?
  • Deliberate spitting at someone
  • Smoking cannabis
  • Dropping litter
  • Letting off firework in street
  • Hoax phone calls, emails, knocking on someones
    door.
  • Acting as a look out for someone who is
    committing a crime.
  • Carrying a knife
  • Deliberate harming of an animal
  • Slapping someone
  • Supplying alcohol or tobacco to under 18s.
  • Graffiti
  • Truancy bunking off school
  • Stealing another persons property (mobile, I
    pod)

If a police officer catches you you could be
arrested.
If persistent done many times. This would be
deemed harassment.
Not a crime in itself but if persistent parents
could be taken to court.
All of them !
9
Curriculum delivery
  • Specialist team (Leader and KS3 co-ordinator)
  • 5 part lesson plans
  • Allocation of lesson planning
  • Visitors/key speakers to enhance curriculum
  • Link with Religious Studies GCSE at KS4 (AQA)

10
Enterprise Education
Speakeasy4schools
11
Themed weeks Drugs week
12
(No Transcript)
13
Work related learning and Personal Learning
skills
  • Your PET brain Year 7
  • Game of Life Year 8
  • SATs support/Streets Ahead programme Year 9
  • Multiple intelligence/Work experience Year 10
  • Progression Day Year 11

14
Student Support
  • Links with Learning Mentors
  • Links with Year Leaders
  • College Chaplain
  • Healthy Schools/International Schools Award

15
Student Leadership
  • Student Council and Student Voice
  • Enterprise Leaders
  • Curriculum review groups
  • Student observers

16
Improving Current Subjects
  • More college courses to be offered as part of
    GCSE options process.
  • Students wanted to do more applied work in ICT
    linking their ICT to other subjects etc in ICT
    lessons
  • More Careers Days and events about future life
    focussing on skills needed (independence week?)
  • More practical and group work across the
    curriculum
  • Learning more practical skills in subjects eg
    filling out forms, car/house insurance/how to put
    up a shelf/cooking/First Aid/Self defence
  • More subjects focussing on our personal lives
    linking learning to us and our future.

17
Independence Week
  • One of the ideas bought forward was a week off
    timetable to simulate a week at work.
  • We will be discussing this further to develop
    ideas at the next student council, so if you have
    an ideas make sure you tell your tutor prefect.

18
Your tutor representative has a questionnaire for
your tutor group to complete. Please be honest
and offer any further ideas to them.
Thank you Student Council Prefects Ben and
Becky and Senior Prefects
19
The future new secondary curriculum
  • Aims to enable all young people to become
  • Successful learners who enjoy learning, make
    progress and achieve.
  • Confident individuals who are able to live
    safe, healthy and fulfilling lives.
  • Responsible citizens who make a positive
    contribution to society.

20
PSHEE and Citizenship a foundation for the
future
  • New name/identity launch new curriculum.
  • Increased focus on SEAL (trial Penn Resilience
    Programme Feb 08)
  • Increased curriculum opportunities with other
    subject areas
  • Introduction of COPE (certificate of personal
    effectiveness) Level 2 Year 8/9 and Level 3
    Year 11 12
  • Develop student leadership and citizenship
    through increased involvement in college/local
    community

21
Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the
edge. Its too high! Come to the edge! And they
came and we pushed and they flew. Christopher
Logue
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Title: Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the edge. Its too high Come to the edge And they came and w


1
Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the
edge. Its too high! Come to the edge! And they
came and we pushed and they flew. Christopher
Logue
2
  • Aims
  • The development of PSHE and Citizenship at
    Chalfonts.
  • Laying the foundations current practice at the
    Chalfonts
  • The future

3
RESPECT
Respect yourself
Whole school approach.
Respect each other
Respect the world around you.
  • All objectives in scheme relate to RESPECT

4
Kick it Out One Game One Community
Reflect and Respect theme of the week
  • The One Game, One Community Week of Action 2007
    will take place between 18 30 October.
  • Community groups, footballers and fans will come
    together to get behind the message 'One Game, One
    Community to say no to Racism in Football and
    the community.

www.countmeincalendar.info/
5
What is Chalfonts doing?
  • During Kick it Out week (18th 30th October)
  • You can buy a Kick it Out T-shirt and wear it
    throughout the week. Limited numbers so hurry!
  • Year 8 football Kick it Out Tutor Cup.
  • Petitions showing Racism the Red Card.
  • Cultural Awareness Prefects distributing
    leaflets.
  • Race awareness DVDs showing in room 48.
  • Visit http//www.kickitout.org/ to see what
    events are happening at your local football clubs
    during the week of actiion.

Reflect and Respect theme of the week
6
What does Christmas mean to you?
  • Family?
  • Friends?
  • Snow?
  • Winter?
  • PRESENTS?!?

Reflect and Respect theme of the week
7
We need YOUR help!!!
  • We need
  • For homeless toys, school supplies, unwanted
    clothes (must be washed/clean), sweets (wrapped),
    socks, shoes.
  • For elderly tinned food, jars jam etc, scarves,
    gloves, puzzle books, jigsaws etc
  • For animal shelter tinned/contained animal
    food/toys/blankets etc
  • General large boxes/Christmas paper

Reflect and Respect theme of the week
8
Which of these are crimes?
  • Deliberate spitting at someone
  • Smoking cannabis
  • Dropping litter
  • Letting off firework in street
  • Hoax phone calls, emails, knocking on someones
    door.
  • Acting as a look out for someone who is
    committing a crime.
  • Carrying a knife
  • Deliberate harming of an animal
  • Slapping someone
  • Supplying alcohol or tobacco to under 18s.
  • Graffiti
  • Truancy bunking off school
  • Stealing another persons property (mobile, I
    pod)

If a police officer catches you you could be
arrested.
If persistent done many times. This would be
deemed harassment.
Not a crime in itself but if persistent parents
could be taken to court.
All of them !
9
Curriculum delivery
  • Specialist team (Leader and KS3 co-ordinator)
  • 5 part lesson plans
  • Allocation of lesson planning
  • Visitors/key speakers to enhance curriculum
  • Link with Religious Studies GCSE at KS4 (AQA)

10
Enterprise Education
Speakeasy4schools
11
Themed weeks Drugs week
12
(No Transcript)
13
Work related learning and Personal Learning
skills
  • Your PET brain Year 7
  • Game of Life Year 8
  • SATs support/Streets Ahead programme Year 9
  • Multiple intelligence/Work experience Year 10
  • Progression Day Year 11

14
Student Support
  • Links with Learning Mentors
  • Links with Year Leaders
  • College Chaplain
  • Healthy Schools/International Schools Award

15
Student Leadership
  • Student Council and Student Voice
  • Enterprise Leaders
  • Curriculum review groups
  • Student observers

16
Improving Current Subjects
  • More college courses to be offered as part of
    GCSE options process.
  • Students wanted to do more applied work in ICT
    linking their ICT to other subjects etc in ICT
    lessons
  • More Careers Days and events about future life
    focussing on skills needed (independence week?)
  • More practical and group work across the
    curriculum
  • Learning more practical skills in subjects eg
    filling out forms, car/house insurance/how to put
    up a shelf/cooking/First Aid/Self defence
  • More subjects focussing on our personal lives
    linking learning to us and our future.

17
Independence Week
  • One of the ideas bought forward was a week off
    timetable to simulate a week at work.
  • We will be discussing this further to develop
    ideas at the next student council, so if you have
    an ideas make sure you tell your tutor prefect.

18
Your tutor representative has a questionnaire for
your tutor group to complete. Please be honest
and offer any further ideas to them.
Thank you Student Council Prefects Ben and
Becky and Senior Prefects
19
The future new secondary curriculum
  • Aims to enable all young people to become
  • Successful learners who enjoy learning, make
    progress and achieve.
  • Confident individuals who are able to live
    safe, healthy and fulfilling lives.
  • Responsible citizens who make a positive
    contribution to society.

20
PSHEE and Citizenship a foundation for the
future
  • New name/identity launch new curriculum.
  • Increased focus on SEAL (trial Penn Resilience
    Programme Feb 08)
  • Increased curriculum opportunities with other
    subject areas
  • Introduction of COPE (certificate of personal
    effectiveness) Level 2 Year 8/9 and Level 3
    Year 11 12
  • Develop student leadership and citizenship
    through increased involvement in college/local
    community

21
Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the
edge. Its too high! Come to the edge! And they
came and we pushed and they flew. Christopher
Logue
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