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January 2021

All students are currently working towards earning their Virtual Wavell Citizenship Award during their remote learning PSHE lessons. 

They are awarded a virtual badge on Satchel One for every task completed.

  • Complete three badges for the Bronze Award Certificate
  • Complete four badges for the Silver Award Certificate
  • Complete five badges for the Gold Award Certificate

The students who show an outstanding contribution during the Virtual Wavell Citizenship Award will win a voucher!

Week 1: Green Badge

See what students have submitted for their Green Badges here...

 

Week 2:

Great Helpers Badge 

See more here...

Week 3:

Tidying Badge

See more here...

January 2021

Results of the Make Your Mark Youth Parliament voting which all of our students took part in in November. Hampshire reached its highest ever ranking, with an in impresive 4th in the country for the number of votes made.

HYP Make Your Mark 2020 Results Report

November 2020

Mental health & Mindfulness

PSHE is looking a little different so far this year. With ours being a curriculum which is reactive to what is happening locally, nationally and internationally, we spent the first half term focussing on Mental Health. Read more here...

Going forward, the PSHE team are continuing to develop new and exciting content to cover modern issues, including:

  • Changing Friendships
  • Building Healthy Relationships
  • The BLM movement
  • LGBTQ+
  • The impact of technology on our Mental and Emotional Health

November 2020

UK Youth Parliament's Make Your Mark gives a unique opportunity to reach out to young people who go on to be opinion formers and leaders of the future. All students will be given the chance to vote during Tutor Time. Former Wavell student and member of the Youth Parliament, Bethan Hoggan, will be explaining the process during assemblies via an online video.


Lizzy's Story: A series of Domestic Abuse short films to reach out to children and young people living with domestic abuse during the Covid pandemic. Click here to view

06.05.20

In collaboration with the RE department, Mrs Mamun has put together a power point presentation about some of the foundations of the Islamic Faith and Ramadan during lockdown.  There are some fantastic links that give a valuable insight into Islam today.

 

If after viewing this you feel inspired to create your own presentation on Islam or any other belief system please do send this into us. It would be wonderful to see and share student work and obviously there would be housepoints when we return.

 

 

 

 

April 2019

Results of the Year 9 Cannabis Debate

57% voted for legalising Cannabis because:

  • Legalisation would reduce criminalised behaviour and that there should be a license that monitors how the user is using weed and whether they are moving onto 1st class drugs.
  • Cannabis isn’t that dangerous compared to other illegal drugs
  • Can be used for medicinal purposes (cannabis oil).

 

39% voted against because:

  • Can cause problems with mental health
  • Makes people out of control
  • Potentially dangerous behaviour whilst high.

 

5% abstained because:

  • The situation is not black and white. They felt it depended on the persons health and mental health, they should be checked first, and the amount should be minimised (all difficult to administrate).

BIKE SMART WEEK 19TH – 23RD NOVEMBER

 

 

 

October 2018

June 2018
Year 7 Students completed their Citizenship Projects on Monday 11th June 2018 by presenting them to the whole Year Group who judged them along with the Tutors and a panel of staff. Their presentations were all very well researched and informative as well as being entertaining. Congratulations to 7W who were voted the overall winners with their presentation on 'Staying Safe at Night'.

January 2018

All students received an assembly from the PSHE Forum Students about Mental Health. The powerpoint below was created by the students with facts about Mental Health and how to get help...

Visit our useful websites page for more information about Mental Health issues.