PSHE & Wellbeing
Mr M Moyo
Learning Area Leader of PSHE & Wellbeing
Mrs J Wright
Information, Advice & Guidance Administrator
Youth Connexions offer information, advice, guidance and support to all 13-19 year olds (up to 25 for those with learning difficulties or disabilities). The aim is to help young people to discuss their careers / future plans and other factors which may affect their plans.
A drop in service is available at lunchtime in the Youth Connexions room (located on the Science Bridge - old Learning Support room) on the days when any member of the Youth Connexions team are on the premises – no appointment is necessary.
Young people can also drop into a Youth Connexions centre in Watford town centre or Hemel Hempstead on the West Herts College Dacorum campus.
Overview of Scheme of Work for PSHE
Click on the links below
Our department is diverse and covers many aspects of life skills, careers and learning. Please browse to the area you are looking for by clicking on the relevant link below:
Year 10 & 11 ‘Headstart’ College Programme
Click on the links below for your year group for links to websites and materials that will help you research your options for the future.
Mrs Wright in the PSHE and Wellbeing Office would be happy to help you find anything if you are having difficulty.
Need to talk things through?
If you need to talk your options through after you’ve done a bit of research, you might find it helpful to talk to your tutor, subject teacher or parent / carer.
Or you could arrange an interview with a member of the Youth Connexions team. Appointments can be made with Mrs Creasey in the Life Skills office.
In memory of Dale Butler, former student of Kings Langley School, who passed away in 2009
For more information on the work of CRY, please visit the following places on the web: