Curriculum: 6th Form

6th Form Curriculum Guide - Year 12 PSHCE
Term 1.1Public Speaking  
Development of Public Speaking and Presentation Skills. At GCSE students are given the experience of Public Speaking as part of the GCSE English Spoken Element. This course will build on that. They explore 3 key elements of the art of Public Speaking from the Book: “Talk like Ted” by Carmine Gallo: Emotional, Novel and Memorable. Students are then equipped with essential practical skills, associated with each element: Unleash the Master, Story Telling, Conversation, Teach Me Something New, Jaw Dropping Moments, Lighten Up, 18 Minute Rule, Paint A Mental Picture, Stay in Your Lane. Students are then ready to present throughout the rest of the year. The start of each lesson will feature 2 or 3 students speaking on a topic of their choice for up to 4 minutes.
Assessment: This assessment is a practical task. Students will have to present their speech to their peers and video the website a wider audience.Key Words and Terms
1.2Financial Education  
Development of Financial Education. Building on the work that they have done in PSHE during their earlier years and their Mathematics GCSE we consolidate and develop their skills with a new focus on readiness for real life! Loans, credit cards, interest rates, budgeting, Income Tax and NI, Buying/Renting Property.
Assessment: NoneKey Words and Terms
2.1Racial Inequality   
Students will learn about the current anti-racism movement and will focus on how people might experience racism and how it might feel. Students will listen to each other’s experiences and those from around the world. Students will form plans about how they can learn more about these issues reflecting on the actions everyone can take to be anti-racist.
Assessment: None Key Words and Terms
Term 3.1Remote Learning   
During a period of remote learning due to the National Lockdown, students will be invited to engage with news stories in print and video.
Assessment: NoneKey Words and Terms
Term 4Why Bother with Religion?   
Students engage in discussions about religion and spirituality with specific reference to the Christian faith. The intention would be that a visiting religious leader would come and lead at least one of the lessons.
Assessment: Inviting a leader of religious group into school, students will direct questions to him/her about their spiritual experiences and the extent to which their religion constructs experiences to meet this need.Key Words and Terms