Responsibility is accepting that you are the cause and the solution of the matter
A dynamic and engaging programme of social, moral, spiritual and cultural learning that promotes safety, respect and open-mindedness.
Aspire Days will support students’ personal development and wellbeing so that they are equipped to thrive and to make a positive contribution to the school community and in their future lives.
What you can expect studying PSHE and Citizenship at Tarporley High School and Sixth Form College
A general outline of the topics covered is shown below, although this may be modified slightly during the year, in order to respond to current situations.
Where appropriate we endeavour to use outside agencies in the resourcing and delivery of the topics.
The following are some of the organisations we use:
- Cheshire Alcohol Services
- Cheshire Constabulary
- Cheshire Health Services
- Cheshire Road Safety Unit
- Careers Advice Services
- Countess of Chester Hospital
- Drug Interventions Service
- ‘Bright Futures Experience’ Enterprise
- Impact Theatre Company
- Outreach STEM Programme
- St John’s Ambulance
- Tarporley Rotary Club
- University of Chester
- The Proud Trust
- Magistrates in the Community
Students at Tarporley High School have access to a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities, including: various Student Leadership opportunities and the Duke of Edinburgh Award as part of the enrichment programme..
We encourage students to explore Citizenship and PSHE opportunities beyond the curriculum and into the real world.