A busy week in PSHEE
It has been a busy week in the PSHEE calendar. On Wednesday, Fourth Form students were visited by members of the Rapport Team affiliates of Surrey County Council in school education, who brought their current roadshow, EpicFail to RGS. Their interactive presentation delivered a poignant message of the importance of road safety and how to be a responsible car passenger to stay safe and save lives. Students were made aware of making wise choices and confidence in challenging risky behaviour from drivers.
The First Form engaged in talks around puberty and healthy relationships on Thursday morning which promoted the understanding of personal development, physical and emotional change, growth and identifying positive and nurturing relationships with others. Separate talks were delivered to boys and girls by male members of staff and our school nurse respectively. Parents are encouraged to continue the dialogue with their son or daughter around these themes and also discuss the importance of maintaining good friendships with their peers which will also help them through this transitional period and beyond. Session slides shared with students on healthy relationships will be available in the PSHEE folder in the Parent Portal on our school website.