KS3 PSHE Scheme
Exciting Creative KS3 PSHE Lessons for Years 7, 8 and 9!
High school PSHE co-ordinators, pastoral leaders and teachers, look no further! Dimensions Curriculum’s KS3 PSHE programme spans Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9, ensuring cohesion and progression in PSHE (personal, social and health education) lessons at secondary school.
It has all the lesson plans and resources teachers need to teach exciting, relevant and age-appropriate lessons. Fully planned and fully resourced with PowerPoint presentations for every lesson, this high quality ‘pick up and teach’ scheme of work has everything you need at your fingertips. Click here for more information (printable A5 flyer).
As the Creative Curriculum experts, our team has designed, created and sourced everything you need to teach dynamic PSHE lessons to KS3 students, in one place.
Modern British Values
3D PSHE develops fully-rounded young people who are healthy, sociable and emotionally literate. It covers key concepts and skills to help you fulfil your statutory responsibility to support pupils’ SMSC (moral, social and cultural) education. Naturally, British Values are at the heart of 3D PSHE. Lessons on extremism and radicalisation explicitly cover and support the Prevent Strategy.
3D PSHE prepares young people for life in modern Britain today. It also helps students to develop and apply skills and attitudes to allow them to become full and active citizens in our wider global community.
Three PSHE Core Themes
The programme for KS3 builds on the core areas identified by the PSHE Association:-
- Health and Wellbeing
- Living in the Wider World
The quick and easy individual lesson plans can be used immediately or adapted to address any particular issue in your school.
KS3 PSHE Fully Planned with Resources
The Key Stage 3 scheme of work consists of three ringbinders with CD-ROM or digital download – one per Year group – that can be bought individually or as a KS3 bundle. 30 separate units are organised into approximately 90 individual lesson plans across the three core themes.
Lesson plans come with clear learning objectives, complete with all necessary additional resources, such as images/photographs, powerpoint resources and activity sheets. They use meaningful contexts to teach pupils how to look after themselves, how to relate to others and how to contribute positively, developing an all-round sense of wellbeing.
These resources come with a site licence, allowing unlimited use by teachers across a whole school.
Year 7 Sample PSHE Lesson Plan
10 units with 28 lesson plans. Click here for a sample Year 7 PSHE lesson plan:
- Core theme 1 – Health and Wellbeing: Unit 2 Evaluating Self and Others – Self-Reflection; Lesson 1 ‘Take on Me’
These quality lessons are taken from Year 7’s cohesive scheme of work with all resources provided. To see a coverage matrix of all 28 lessons please click here
Year 8 Sample PSHE Lesson Plan
10 units with 29 lesson plans. Click here for a sample Year 8 PSHE lesson plan:
- Core theme 2 – Relationships: Unit 2 Connections – When Relationships End; Lesson 3 ‘Well, I’m Having the Dog!’
To see the coverage matrix for 29 lesson plans for the whole of Year 8, click here
Year 9 Sample PSHE Lesson Plan
10 units with 31 lesson plans. Click here for a Year 9 PSHE lesson plan:
- Core theme 1 – Health and Wellbeing: Unit 2 Health and the Media – Body Image; Lesson 2 ‘Does My Bum Look Big…’
Click here for the overview of all 31 lessons in Year 9.
There’s nothing else out there quite like our 3D PSHE KS3 programme! Each individual year group (7, 8 & 9) comes with lesson plans and resources as a digital download.
£195 per year group (Ex VAT and P&P)
You can order hard copy ringbinders for an extra £35 each. To buy all three years, in hard copy, would cost an extra £90, as they come in three ringbinders.
Save £30 and order the whole-KS3 approach for £525 (Ex VAT and P&P)
3D PSHE Substance-Related Abuse
The unit comes on a CD-ROM or as a digital download, complete with five fully-planned and resourced lessons. The unit covers:-
- making healthy choices;
- risks and consequences;
- what it means to live with an addiction;
- drug and substance education;
- how advertising influences the choices we make.
Also included with this unit is an animation, which features an interview with Lisa, an ex-drug addict, talking about what life was like living with her addiction.
It is a standalone unit, allowing schools to decide which year group to use it with. However, we would recommend its use with Year 7 pupils.
£35 (ex VAT and P&P)