PSHE Education 1 by Lesley De Meza, Stephen De Silva
  

Synopsis

PSHE Education 1 by Lesley De Meza, Stephen De Silva

This Key Stage 3 PSHE course provides a comprehensive and engaging programme of study which has been structured around the 2008 PSHE Framework learning outcomes to provide a progressive 'spiral' approach to the teaching and learning of PSHE. PSHE 1 lays the foundation of the course and introduces the pupil to key topics of the Every Child Matters aims and outcomes: - Be healthy - Stay safe - Enjoy and achieve - Make a positive contribution - Achieve economic well-being Each topic: - is broken down into a series of self-contained lessons which build in review and reflection opportunities - progressively develops pupils skills and understanding of the key concepts within PSHE - takes an active learning approach with a wide variety of classroom-friendly activities and stimulus material - allowing pupils to learn through doing - offers opportunities for summative assessment. PSHE 1 pupil's book is comprehensively supported by: - PSHE 1 Teacher's Resource Book which provides an overview of the course in relation to the PSHE framework and Every Child Matters outcomes, comprehensive guidance about each lesson in the pupil book, background information and worksheets - PSHE 1 Dynamic Learning Network CD-ROM which provides all the resources from the Pupil's Book and Teacher's Resource Book, as well as additional resources, for use via an interactive whiteboard or data projector.

Reviews

A bright, attractive and well-written PSHE resource that will support schools as they begin to roll out the new secondary curriculum. Jan Gouveia, Every Child Matters Officer, Westminster What we liked about the series was that it is directly linked to the new curriculum, with reference to the key concepts and with a simple provision map. The lessons are well set out with clear objectives, and (just as importantly) assessment activities. The student book is very usable - even a non-specialist should be able to run a quality lesson. More confident teachers would be able to use the ideas as a springboard. A subject coordinator could feel safe that PSHE was being delivered to a good level, if these were being used across the school as a staple. Adrian Bowden-Green, Teacher Adviser - Healthy Schools PSHE, Worcestershire Healthy Schools I especially liked the way in which each lesson outline was made up of a starter, a variety of activities which could be used to form the main body of the lesson, and a possible plenary encouraging good practice in planning a three-part lesson. The learning objectives are stated clearly at the beginning of each lesson outline. The activities provided encourage students to think for themselves, but also to work in groups, listening to and evaluating the views of others, as well as their own opinions. Association of Christian Teachers (ACT) website

About the Author

Stephen De Silva is an experienced trainer, assessor, consultant and writer with 30 years' service in the public sector. He has worked across the UK and in the USA, Bermuda and Taiwan. Originally a leader of both PSHE / Religious Education departments and Pastoral Year Teams, he has also managed young people's sexual health and drugs services in the NHS. Stephen has been: a contributor to Teachers' TV programmes; a consultant to QCA on the Personal Development curriculum review; an associate trainer for the National Children's Bureau; a writer and trainer on the Home Office's Blueprint Drugs Project; an accredited trainer of SHARE Sexual Health and Relationships Education for NHS Scotland. Lesley de Meza is a leading practitioner, trainer and writer known internationally for her PSHE education work. She has worked with a range of organisations including: DAATs, DfCSF, DoH, HIT (Liverpool), Home Office, Integrated Youth Support Services, LAs, Metropolitan Police, NICE, PCTs, QCA, schools, TPU and universities. Lesley serves as an 'Education Practitioner' member of the Public Health Interventions Advisory Committee (PHIAC), which is part of the National Institute for Health & Clinical Excellence (NICE). She is an Associate Trainer for the National Children's Bureau and Brook and also a Trustee for JAT (Jewish Action and Training for Sexual Health).

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Paperback
72 pages

Author

Lesley De Meza, Stephen De Silva
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Publication date

30th May 2008

ISBN

9780340947180


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