Resources

PSHE

A range of resources have been developed to enable schools greater support in creating a whole-school PSHE curriculum.

Links to resources from other organisations have also been provided if we think these will be useful for you.


If you are struggling to find resources around a related topic area, please do get in touch to let us know: healthy.schools@mft.nhs.uk

Resources

External Contributors Policy Template

All schools should have a protocol for working with external visitors who should be complementing student learning, not replacing it. This External Contributors Policy Template is a way to ensure that provision from outside agencies is high-quality and managed well.

This resource is only available for Manchester Schools

PSHE NETWORK MEETING SLIDES - February 2019

This Network Meeting focused on the updated February Statutory Guidance for RSE and Health Education in 2020. This powerpoint includes:

  • Healthy Schools updates and available FREE training and resources for schools in MCC
  • Competition details for No Smoking Day and Healthy Lifestyles Recipe Book 2019
  • Ofsted Framework Updates and Implications for PSHE Education
  • Updates on DfE Statutory Guidance on RSE and Health Education
  • Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation - focusing on conflict resolution through their projects, programmes and workshops for Primary and Secondary Schools

This resource is only available for Manchester Schools

PSHE Network Meeting Slides - October 2018

This Network Meeting was based around 'raising the profile of PSHE Education'. This powerpoint includes:

  • Healthy Schools updates and available FREE training for schools in MCC
  • Updates on DfE Statutory Guidance on RSE and Health Education
  • Tips and strategies about how to raise the profile of PSHE education in your school
  • Red Cross - available First Aid training in Manchester for young people
  • Young Money - their tips, curriculum guidance and CPD dates for financial education and economic wellbeing


This resource is only available for Manchester Schools

PSHE Policy Template

The guidance is available to help you develop your school's PSHE Education policy. It is best-practice to have one, reviewed every 18 months to two years. Once completed, it can be verified by Healthy Schools and should be approved by Governors. It should be made available on your school website.

This resource is only available for Manchester Schools