Boys were involved in numerous workshops on Tuesday 9 February
2016 as part of their regular Citizenship
Morning programme, which covers aspects of the PSHE curriculum.

The Fourth Form took on ‘The
Chocolate Challenge’ in a careers workshop before celebrating Chinese New Year
with Dr Chen.
The Remove Form discussed child
sexual exploitation
, sexual health and homelessness. 

The Fifth Form discovered how
to ace their exams in their ‘Elevate’ workshop before a surprise talk from
England Cricketer James Anderson, who popped in with Activate Sport to endorse
the
National Citizen Service (NCS) – a great initiative for 15-17 year
olds to take part in during the summer and October half term.

The focus for the Lower Sixth was on UCAS and careers
aptitude testing, followed by a session on how to manage their money. The Upper
Sixth’s sessions also had a financial element as they looked at how to manage
their student finances at university.  They also discussed the issue of
homelessness, ahead of this week’s ‘SleepEasy’ sleep out for the YMCA, as well
as human rights, responsibilities and liberties.

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