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Life Skills & Wellbeing

Life Skills and Wellbeing is the name given to our curriculum delivery of what used to be known as PSHE. Every week students will study a current topic connected to one of our key themes.

These are:

  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Living in the Wider World
  • Relationships and Sexual Education (RSE)

This section contains documents and links to helpful content surrounding Life Skills and Wellbeing topics.

To learn more about our curriculum, please click here.

Relationships & Sexual Health Education Policy

Life Skills & Wellbeing Parental Guides and Support

The following websites are here as a link to offer support and guidance in the following areas. This supports some of the content that is currently being taught to students.


Sexual health support for young people


Advice on how to talk to your child about relationships and sex

Please see the links below to some resources for parent / carers to talk to their child about RSE related issues.


Online and Media Safety Awareness for Parents


This is a free online safety guide on horror games where you'll find tips covering potential risks, such as adult themes, psychological horror and violent content.

Relationships and Sexual Health Education Curriculum Overview 

Life Skills and Wellbeing Contact and Feedback

Contact the School:

  • Telephone01246 863127
  • Address: Station New Rd, Old Tupton, Chesterfield S42 6LG
  • Email:

Contact our Assistant Headteacher with Responsibility for Personal Development:


Contact Deputy Heads of House: 

  • Turbutt - Mrs A Robb -
  • Cavendish - Mr N Holland -
  • Hunloke - Mr Pateman -
  • Gladwin - Mrs E Robbins-Emery -
  • Kenning - Mrs S Elliott -

 Impact Days 2021/22

Impact Day December 2021

Students across each year group will be experiencing a day of Life Skills & Wellbeing. 

Each lesson will follow a plan of special lessons covering a selection from our themes;

  • Careers
  • Health and well being
  • Sexual health
  • Study skills
  • Wider world

We have a range of specialists delivering content from the police to sexual health experts. You can also find advice on how to support from our 'parental guide' and 'extra support' section of this webpage.


If you require any further information about the day, please contact the deputy head of house for your child, details of which can be found in the contact and feedback section. 

Impact Day July 2022

Content to follow closer to the Impact Day.