Key Stage 3 and 4


All schools have a duty to promote wellbeing alongside academic achievement. Where the relationships between wellbeing and learning are recognised and developed, children thrive. PSHE makes an invaluable contribution to spiritual, moral, cultural and social development as well as enhancing personal development and behaviour.

In addition, from September 2020 all secondary schools, including maintained, academy free and independent schools will be expected to deliver Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education to secondary aged students.

Cambridgeshire PSHE Service provides secondary schools with a range of resources and services, from curriculum development to staff training, to enable each school to promote wellbeing through the planned curriculum and the school’s management, organisation and ethos.

Safer Corridors Action Toolkit

In response to the Women and Equalities Select Committee's report on sexual harassment and assault in schools, we have devised this  toolkit to enable school to raise awareness, engage with students and make their school safer. This toolkit will enable schools to reduce the incidents of sexual harassment and sexual assault, as required in Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018.

Secondary RSE Themeset

This resource includes Wellbeing Frameworks for PSHE at KS3 and KS4, an RSE policy, practice development toolkit and guidance on developing and resourcing a curriclum which meets the developing national requirements for secondary RSE.

Secondary Drugs Themeset

This resource includes Wellbeing Frameworks for PSHE at KS3 and KS4, teaching resources and Drug policy and practice development toolkit. This themset will support schools in developing in preparation for the forthcoming statutory status of Health Education, which includes drug education.

Secondary Wellbeing Frameworks

All of our materials for PSHE and Citizenship are based on a series of Wellbeing Frameworks which provide a developmental overview of all areas of learning. These frameworks build on national guidance for PSHE, identifying key areas of learning across the school curriculum.

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