PSHEC

PSHEC aims to prepare our students to be informed and engaged citizens, who can make physically and mentally healthy choices and safe choices to thrive in our ever-changing global community, with new and unpredictable opportunities and challenges constantly emerging. 

Our multicultural, capital city setting means a substantial proportion of our students are from Europe, making British Values integral to our respectful community.

We believe in developing the whole person, with students encouraged to use their gifts and talents to serve others (Serviam) in fighting for social justice and human dignity. We aim to empower our students to understand potential risks around them and to safeguard themselves and each other. PSHEC is the vehicle to engage our students in our contextual safeguarding priorities (knife crime, domestic violence and social gatherings), as well as KCSIE 2020 and the new guidance form the Relationship and Sex education 

 

For any further enquires please contact

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Ms Michelle Alexander 

0203 908 3139
wellbeingsupport@uhsw.com
michelle.alexander@ursulinehigh.merton.sch.uk

Mental Health Lead

Ms Rachael Gilmore

0203 908 3170
wellbeingsupport@uhsw.com

Wellbeing Co-ordinator

Ms Jo Wild

0203 908 3197
jo.wild@ursulinehigh.merton.sch.uk

KS3 Sexual Harassment
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KS4 Sexual Harassment
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KS4 PSHEC Overview/SOL 2021-22
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KS3 PSHEC Overview/SOL 2021-22
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St Mother Teresa