The Personal Development Programme
Our PDP Programme Consists of:
- Careers Education
- Social and Business enterprise
- Health Education
- Sex and Relationship Education
- Drugs Education
- Bullying and Racism
- Money Management
- Enterprise Education
- Equal Opportunities
- Risk Management
Guidance is a vitally important part of the school curriculum and forms an integral part of our curriculum. Some elements will be delivered via the tutor programme which will be planned with the needs of the year group in mind. PDL days may also be organised across the whole school, bringing in experts in the form of outside speakers, external agencies and staff from other organisations – all who will contribute to the programme.
Our children are growing up in the most rapidly changing period of our history; this creates complex challenges and new opportunities. We have mapped aspects of PDL across our curriculum subjects enabling students to form links that will support them in life beyond school, preparing them to be active citizens who are able to contribute to their community.
PDL deals with real life issues affecting children, families and communities. It is concerned with the social, health and economic realities affecting all our lives. It helps all children and young people – the highest achievers as well as the vulnerable and excluded – to achieve their fullest potential.
From your learning you will understand how we need to rethink how we think about people, understand how diversity is important
From your learning you will understand how despite different opinions it shouldn’t stop you getting on with others..
From your learning you will understand how we need to rethink how we label people.
From your learning you will understand sometimes we judge people too quickly and time to reflect on a time you have judged someone.
From your discussions today you will understand what are the signs of exploitation and control, consequences of it and how to deal with it..
From your discussions today you will understand what domestic abuse is and what to do about it.
From your discussions today you will explore risks that you have taken and whether risks are good or bad.
From your discussions today you will explore how you would manage a risky situation.
At Broadway Academy we see the importance of CEIAG and all our students follow a pastoral programme that will support them in deciding on the appropriate career choices for them. Independent and impartial Careers advice is provided to all students at key transition points. We have a dedicated CEIAG centre where our Personal Advisors are available on dedicated days. We organise Career events and include performances to parents and students to make the option choices easily understood by all. We have our own dedicated careers website which is personalised to meet the needs of our students. CLICK TO ACCESS
“It’s choice – not chance – that determines your destiny” Jean Nidetch
These links will support you in making the most appropriate option choices:-