Macdonald Alasdair (2009). Independent Review of the proposal to make Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education statutory. London : Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF). ISSN 978-1-84775-429-5. En ligne : <http://publications.dcs ... ald%20PSHE%20Review.pdf>.
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|Resource type: Government Report/Documentation
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-1-84775-429-5
BibTeX citation key: Macdonald2009
|Categories: Ecole / emploi
Keywords: Angleterre, curriculum, orientation
Publisher: Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) (London)
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Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education aims to help children and young people deal with the real life issues they face as they grow up. The issues that PSHE education covers are central to young peopleâ€™s wellbeing: nutrition and physical activity; drugs, alcohol and tobacco; sex and relationships; emotional health and wellbeing; safety; careers; work-related learning; and personal finance.
In doing so, PSHE education plays a major role in schoolsâ€™ contribution to the five Every Child Matters outcomes.
In October 2008 the Government announced its intention to make PSHE education statutory and launched this Independent Review to investigate the most effective way of achieving this. The reviews of sex and relationships education (SRE) and drug and alcohol education provided evidence from a wide range of sources, including young people, that the quality of PSHE education being delivered varies significantly across the country and often does not meet the
needs of children and young people. These reviews argued that PSHE education is not given sufficient priority in many schools and that making the subject statutory is the key to raising its status and improving provision. (...)
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