The Secondary PSHE Co-ordinator's Handbook by Colin Noble, Graham Hofmann, Val Flintoff
  

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The Secondary PSHE Co-ordinator's Handbook by Colin Noble, Graham Hofmann, Val Flintoff

Providing much needed support for both current and newly appointed PSHE co-ordinators as well as being a useful reference for head teachers, teacher-trainers and classroom practice - this essential handbook sets out clearly and accessibly exactly what secondary schools will be expected to cover. Published in partnership with the PSHE Subject Association it offers a variety of useful strategies and tips for organising an effective PSHE programme, and includes chapters on: the role of PSHE and the role of the co-ordinator; deciding how to plan and what to teach in the PSHE curriculum; sensitive issues such as drugs, sex and relationships; PSHE in the whole; school curriculum; citizenship education; setting up a School Council; monitoring, assessing, evaluating and reporting useful activities; and INSET sessions for staff. The book also includes useful further support material at the end of each chapter, including a range of handy photocopiable resources for the busy PSHE co-ordinator.

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Format

Paperback
280 pages

Author

Colin Noble, Graham Hofmann, Val Flintoff
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Publisher

Routledge an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd

Publication date

1st April 2010

ISBN

9780415470285


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