Graham School @grahamschoolPlease find all of the information relating to School restarting after the summer break in September on our website. https://t.co/lzNHnnDotY We hope all of our students, their families and our staff have a wonderful, restful summer break. See you all in September! https://t.co/7IJIndqDp74 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolGraham Gazette Newsletter As the summer term draws to a close for summer break. Please take some time to read about all of the fantastic things we've been doing during #LockdownSchool. Our Final Newsletter of the School Year https://t.co/sCD3CU2vPA4 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolA reminder about Kooth - such a fantastic resource for any of our students to connect with over the summer. #Community #SummerBreak #Kooth https://t.co/m04oF0gnLD4 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolHere's one of the short stop frame animations Mr Williams and the #KeyWorkerStudents have created during their time in #LockdownSchool. It's been great to try some practical creative activities. Well done everyone! #Creativity #Animation #FilmStudies #TeamGraham https://t.co/A9KSoySgZI4 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolWe are delighted to announce that our first potatoes have been harvested from our Lockdown Allotment! They look great – well done to all involved! #GrowAtGraham #TeamGraham #LockdownProduce #ThriveWithHope 🥔🌈 https://t.co/NnMQm1R6Wb1 month ago
Graham School @grahamschoolHistory Podcasts available below. These podcasts are produced by our history teachers. Podfollow - this link opens the podcast in whatever app the users device has for podcasts: https://t.co/2dxS1xUnKP Website: https://t.co/aGcWNF0bKd1 month ago
Graham School @grahamschoolWe are absolutely delighted with the final product. Our rainbow wall will be a permanent reminder of the efforts from the NHS for years to come. Well done again to all involved. #TeamGraham #RainbowofHope #ThriveWithHope https://t.co/NCfPqIBpsj2 months ago
Graham School @grahamschool****INFORMATION Y7-Y9 TUTOR MEETING LETTERS**** The letters have been sent home, however due to an error at printing the date shown is in the American format. 07/02/2020 actually means 2nd July 2020. We apologise for any confusion. Thank you.2 months ago
Graham School @grahamschoolWe are looking forward to seeing Y7 – Y9 students in school for their tutor meeting over the coming weeks. A great chance to catch up & think ahead to next year. Dates & times are being sent home. Please arrive at your allocated time. Please Note : Meetings for Students Only2 months ago
Graham School @grahamschoolImportant update from @BishopBurton - Please do get in touch if you would like any information. Details below... https://t.co/JNRR2EbkTK2 months ago

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Philosophy & Ethics

Philosophy & Ethics

Graham School was one of the first schools in North Yorkshire to sign the PSHE Association’s Charter reflecting our commitment to educating the whole student and not concentrating purely on academic outcomes.

In Years 7, 8 , 9 and 10 our Philosophy and Ethics curriculum is based on the PSHE Associations model which covers Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Sex Education and Living in the Wider World.

Philosophy and Ethics is delivered to year 7, 8, 9 and 10 in a discrete one hour lesson every week. Year 7 to 11 also have aspects of the course delivered to them through drop down days and tutor time; this includes Economic Wellbeing, Citizenship, British Values, Careers and Character Development. As part of the Philosophy and Ethics programme, we also deliver the Archbishop Young Leader’s Award at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4.

Assemblies are also instrumental to our deliver of Philosophy and Ethics and they are used to deliver key messages about acceptance, liberty, social intelligence, diversity and risk taking behaviours. Assemblies follow a British Values, SMSC, Character Building and Citizenship theme.  We often have outside speakers who deliver important messages to our students, such as the local police officers explaining the causes and effects of ant- social behaviour and the local road safety officer explaining how students can keep themselves safe.

As part of the discrete Philosophy and Ethics lessons we also cover statutory Religious Education at KS3 and KS4  Students in Year 7, 8 and 9 all look at the religious beliefs set out in the North Yorkshire agreed syllabus which includes the coverage of Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism and Islam. Christianity features across all year groups and in year 10 lessons, the students follow Edexcel/ Pearson’s Short Course in RS, Specification B. Please see our separate statement on statutory Religious Education.  

For more information, please see the Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) policy, the assembly programme and the Philosophy and Ethics overview.

If any families want more information about our programme, please download the Dfe information leaflet below or call the school to arrange a meeting with Ms Jessup.

2019-2020 Assembly Rota

Philosophy Ethics 2019-2020 KS3

Philosophy Ethics 2019-2020 KS4

SRE Leaflet

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