News from SCIS:
1st April 2019
On Wednesday 27th March, St Constantine’s International school held the 2nd successful Secondary PSHE day. Our PSHE Programme aims to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to manage their lives, now and in the future. These skills and attributes help students to stay healthy, safe and prepare them for life and work. The day’s themes were personal well-being, living the wider world and moving away from home. Teachers signed up to deliver the content on different topics.
Year 7 students learned healthy habits; making a simple salad, body image, self-esteem, femininity and masculinity, puberty and hygiene.
Year 8 students learned about money management, on line safety and social media.
Year 9 students learned about priorities and strengths, exploring ideas and stress management
Year 10 students learned about work experiences, job application and work expectations.
Year 12 & 13 focused on preparing for University and moving away from home.
1.They learned how to budget
2. Healthy eating
3. Stress management
4. Healthy relationship – students were fortunate to have guests to deliver the topic “sexual health” as well as Yoga Instructor to teach student about different forms of meditation.
This was a busy day for our teachers and students but one can be grateful for lessons learned. Looking forward to term 3 PSHE Day.