Personal, Social and Health Education

‘Connect Programme’

The Connect Programme has been designed as a platform to deliver a diverse, personalised experience to our students. Sessions that give our students the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy, safe, make them well rounded individuals and prepare them for life and work in modern Britain.

The Connect sessions are 30 minutes long and each year group (9,10 &11) have two sessions per week delivered by their form tutor, internal and external speakers.

Year 9

Monday - Connect Session

Wednesday - Connect Session

Year 10

Tuesday - Connect Session

Thursday - Connect Session

Year 11

Tuesday  - Connect Session

Thursday  - Connect Session

Within the PSHE element, one of the three statutory strands will be focused on each half term;

Health & Mental Wellbeing

Relationships & Sex Education (RSE)

Living in the Wider World

Health & Mental Wellbeing

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                                                                                          SPR 2

Relationships (RSE)


Autum term 2, as part of the CONNECT Programme (PSHE), students will be delivered via internal and external speakers and teachers, content on RSE (relationships, sex education and health education) 



Living in the Wider World




Alongside the PSHE element, the Connect Programme will also deliver Careers, SMSC (Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural), British Values, Alleyne’s Skills for Life (team work, problem solving, empathy, creativity, resilience, leadership, communication & independence) and Building Learning Power (equipping the students with study skills, revision skills – allowing them to become better learners).The Connect Programme is linked very closely with Whole School, Global and National Events and connects with ALL subjects at Alleyne’s. 

For a Relationships, Sex and Health Education guide for parents, please click here

For a LGBT+ factsheet, please click here

If you require any more information with regards to the Connect Programme, please contact Miss. N. Harris (