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The Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School

The Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School

Well Being at Wiseman

Well Being at Wiseman Enrichment Day – Thursday 7th July, 2016

In September 2015 we integrated our PSHE, Citizenship and Careers curriculum to create a new Well Being at Wiseman programme.  We believe the programme creates outstanding provision for your child in line with statutory and diocesan guidelines, to prepare your child for life outside Cardinal Wiseman.  The programme is delivered via: lessons: tutor time: assemblies: extra-curricular and enrichment activities and is facilitated by our own staff and other professionals from external agencies.  As we approach the end of the summer term, our Well Being at Wiseman day will complete the programme for this academic year.
 
On Thursday 7th July, 2016, your child will not follow their existing Week 1 Thursday timetable but will have a range of different activities instead. 
 

Curriculum Themes by Year Group for 7th July, 2016

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Physical Health

NB: Year 7 students to wear school PE kit

NHS
Careers Fair
Growing Up, Citizenship & Avoiding Risks
Everyday Money Matters

 

Staff and PE Team Facilitating:

Healthy Eating, Food and Exercise

Guest Facilitators:

A range of 12 different professionals from the NHS will explain  their role and career paths

Guest Speakers:

Mr Stephen Pound MP

Gemma Benton YES

PC Hopton & PC Reddy

Focus on: Life as an MP; Unhealthy Lifestyles; Consent & CSE; Possession of illegal items & the Law;

Enjoying Life: Live Music Concert

Guest Facilitators from “MyBnk”:

Focus on: Payslips; Tax; National Insurance; Minimum Wage; Government Spending; Needs v Wants; Your Choice Lifestyles and Budgeting

 
The day will begin as usual at 8.50am, break and lunch will continue at the regular time, with school lunch being served in the cafeteria as normal, the day will finish at the end of Period 4 at 2.10pm. You will notice that Year 7 students should arrive in school PE uniform. Year 8, 9 and 10 should wear school uniform as usual. All students need to bring their diaries and pencil cases but no books will be required as all resources will be provided on the day.   Your children will be informed about the forthcoming events by their tutors and notices on FROG.     
We are all looking forward to an exciting learning experience.
 
Mr M Kiely 
Headteacher