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PSHE at Home
On this page you can find some useful links to virtual learning resources covering PSHE, tutor time and careers.
Managing intense emotions
People experience emotions at a variety of levels over time, and the way they manage these emotions can change, depending on the context and how they are feeling. Is feeling intense emotions every now and again a problem? When might intense emotions become a problem? What can you do to help?
How are communities staying positive and connected during these challenging times. Why is it important to stay positive during lockdown and while working remotely from home? How are you connecting with your friends, family and communities?
Key Stage 3 - Download the Key Stage 3 presentation
Key Stage 4 - Download the Key Stage 4 presentation
Digital Parenting: What's on the Minds of Kids is a guide from Vodaphone designed to help families live a happy and safe digital life.
How do I raise a digitally-savvy child; the expert’s guide to raising difficult issues with your child; security checklist (what tools can parents choose from); setting digital rules as a family; and more.
Key Stage 3 - What is the purpose and importance of immunisation. You'll need to watch the video called 'Immunity and vaccines explained', which can watch below. Download the KS3 immunisation presentation.
Key Stage 4 - What is the purpose and importance of immunisation. You need to look at two videos: 'Immunity and vaccines explained', which can watch above, and 'How the HPV vaccine works' which you can see below. Download the KS4 immunisation presentation.
Careers: the importance of listening
Discussion. Why is listening an important skill to have in the workplace? How can you practice your listening skills?
Watch the video. Identify, what they are both doing that stops the other from listening to them. What advice might you give them?
Reflection. Sometimes a conversation can be difficult. What can you do to continue being a good listener in these situations?
Careers - virtual talks from business leaders
All students at HCACP can now hear from business leaders via live streamed speeches and Q&A sessions, organised by Speakers for Schools. Click on this link to see all the upcoming virtual talks.
Listening and learning from these successful leaders will definitely help you to have more options in future, so do check them out.
Speakers include people such as:
- actor and director David Morrisey
- former leader of the Green Party Baroness Natalie Bennett
- lead director of the BBC Richard Murrell
- Vice President of Spotify Marco Bertozzi
- Vice President of Facebook Lady Nicola Mendelsohn
- and many more.
University webinars - Years 12 and 13
Free live Webinar Wednesdays every week at 12pm from 29 April until 27 May. Webinars will cover:
- Choosing a University
- Applying for University
- Student Finance
- Life at University
Sign up to the webinars which interest you. Places are very limited. The webinars can also be watched live on YouTube for anyone unable to sign into Zoom on the day. The past webinars are also available to view on their YouTube channel at any time too.
Sleep - why it matters to our mental health
Download our resources about sleep, why it matters and how you can help yourself to get enough, especially at a time when everyone is more stressed than usual.