This book provides an overview essential for a proper understanding of effective approaches to PSHE education in secondary education and the valuable role it can play in promoting the health and wellbeing of adolescents. Coverage includes: • The importance and scope of PSHE education • The theory and research evidence for effective practice in the secondary school • School structures which support effective teaching and learning in PSHE education • Assessment for, and of, learning in PSHE education • The role of visiting experts in PSHE education • Overlaps with pastoral and therapeutic support
Chapter III: Baseline Assessment Tools1
Baseline Assessment Tools1
Bus stop people
A group of people from our school have met at the bus stop on the way home. They are talking and thinking about . . .
[Page 312]Bus stop people is a simple research tool but is one of the most important. Ask pupils to imagine they meet a group of young people on the way home from school. You can vary this by making them a little older, younger or the same age. They are all talking and thinking about some aspect of PSHE education, for example they might be talking and thinking about future employment prospects (but it could be almost anything). What do your students imagine they are thinking and saying? You could also add ...