Category Archives: well being

Year 9 First Give Final

First Give Final 2018

Last week saw the culmination of three months hard work on behalf of year 9 and their First Give project. The project has engaged year 9 with local social issues and charities that work to alleviate these issues. Each class had selected one group to represent them in the final. The presentations were fantastic and very creative exploring social issues such as mental health, domestic abuse and loneliness among old people.

The winning team were Manchester Mind gaining £500 for their charity.

All of year 9 should be very proud of their awareness raising and fundraising efforts, they have truly embodied what it means to be active citizens via this year’s project.

Brook – Gender Identity and Sexuality Workshops

Brook Gender and Sexuality workshop-1

On Monday year 8 had a session in the hall with the fantastic youth workers from Brook. The session considered and explored Gender Identity allowing students to engage in productive discussion about the issue and learn different terminologies and the importance of respecting others. The session also explored sexuality and the dangers of homophobia and transphobia and how this can make a person feel. The session was fantastic and year 8 seemed to gain a great deal from the activities and discussions.

Brook Gender and Sexuality workshop-1 Brook Gender and Sexuality workshop-1

Taking Risks

Year 9 are currently exploring the topic of risking behaviours in PSHE.. sometimes we have to take risks and consider the consequences. Sometimes we need to know the risks and not put ourselves in the situation. Let’s make healthy good choices and take good risks to grow.

Quote About Taking Risks Taking Chances Quotes Quote Addicts – Daily Quotes Of the Life

Sexual Harassment

There has been lots of news coverage about the topic of Sexual Harassment recently. It’s important that people understand the different terms and phrases used. This really helpful article from The Day might help clear things up.

If you are worried about anything you read or think this has happened to you make sure you speak to a trusted adult either at school or at home. We are here to help.

Disrespect nobody is a great site full of useful information.