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Worthing High School

Worthing High School


Curriculum Intent 

PSHE education at Worthing High is a subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepare for life and work in modern Britain. 


Curriculum Sequencing  

Aims of the PSHE Department

PSHE education is a planned, developmental programme of learning through which young people acquire knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives now and in the future.  The PSHE curriculum equips pupils to live healthy, safe, productive, capable, responsible and balanced lives.  It encourages them to be enterprising and supports them in making effective transitions, positive learning and career choices and in achieving economic wellbeing.  The PSHE curriculum provides opportunities for students to reflect on and clarify their own values and attitudes and explore the complex and sometimes conflicting range of values and attitudes they encounter now and in the future. 

Departmental Staff

PSHE is by led Miss Schuler and Mrs Boyce

Your child will be taught by their form tutor. 

Miss Schuler coordinates KS3 and Mrs Boyce KS4


  • High quality classrooms, with access to modern AV facilities are used for all lessons.
  • We also have access to 5 purpose build ICT classrooms with modern IT facilities

Our Philosophy

Helping Worthing High students making healthy choices.

Key Stage Three (Year 7-9)

Students have a lesson once a fortnight covering a range of topics within the four core themes Health and Well-being, Sex and Relationship Education, Citizenship and Living in the Wider World – Economic well-being, careers and the world of work

KS4 (Year 10 and 11)

Students in year 10 and 11 follow a similar route to KS3 covering the four core themes of PSHE with the course tailored to meet the students’ needs as they approach their GCSE exams.

Additional Sessions

Alongside the curriculum that is delivered by the school’s teachers, a range of external agencies come into school to deliver specialist sessions including the NHS, the Police, and Safe in Sussex.