Category: PSHE Blog

PSHE reform welcomed by BTC

The Department for Education has today launched statutory guidance to accompany introduction of compulsory health education, relationships education and relationships and sex education (RSE) in 2020. Breaking the Cycle have provided local schools with PSHE for a number of years and welcomes the new change. We feel that providing our children...
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“Accidental Outlaw”

Today we worked with the years 8 pupils at Ratcliffe. We looked at young people’s rights and responsibilities whilst online and how different social media sites have different age restrictions. We spoke about what you put online now may have an effect On later on in life. We all...
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Gangs and Knives

We just wanted to thank Radcliffe School for allowing us to work with such a great bunch of students today. It was great to interact with them about something that seems to be appearing in the news, more than anyone would like. We can not not wait to hear...
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Beating The Bullies with Ratcliffe College

Thank you to all of the year 8s who worked amazingly well today with our staff. Some of the ideas that you had around Anti-bullying were great, something that we will be taking away and using in future sessions. If you or your school would like to discuss us...
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Bullying Online

Today we had a fantastic time providing sessions for both year 8 and 10 at Ratcliffe College on Anti-bullying. We asked the students to develop and designed their own T-shirts on the theme of bullying and cyberbullying.  It was very interesting to see that the topic of online bullying...
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What is a Healthy Relationship?

Today we worked with year 8 boys and girls from Ratcliffe College on gaining a better understanding of what a relationship was, what makes it healthy or unhealthy and how to manage relationships to avoid it becoming unhealthy or even abusive.   The sessions were so much fun for...
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Extremely Informative, Edifying and Engaging

Breaking The Cycle have been delivering sessions to support our pastoral PSHCE programme for over 3 years.  Their sessions are extremely informative, edifying and engaging, which with the lower year groups is essential to peak their interest.  I have found their staff professional and experienced within a variety of...
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Great Day at Ratcliffe college

Another PSHE sessions yesterday, this time at Ratcliffe college with the year 7’s exploring what emotional health is – what it looks like and how it feels. We spoke about negative experiences things that can influence our emotional health – bullying, peer pressure and ways that we can improve...
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