• PSHE sessions create a safe environment for students to discuss issues on wellbeing, relationships and the wider world.
  • In the past, students have taken part in workshops run by our partners at the mental health charity, Mind.
  • Mind have also come into school several times to conduct targeted assemblies.
The Personal Social Health Economic Education (PSHE) & Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) programme of study is designed to support Isleworth and Syon students in three core themes – ‘Health & Wellbeing’, ‘Relationships’ and ‘Living in the Wider World’. The school is wholly committed to providing students with a comprehensive PSHE curriculum that responds to the needs of individuals and our local community. Alongside student and staff voice, we welcome parent/carer input in to the curriculum. Parents/carers can provide feedback or comments on the curriculum here.

The delivery of PSHE is based on government statutory guidance. The statutory guidance can be found here.

Students are encouraged to complete the enrichment activities here.

More details about the school’s extra-curricular provision can be found here.