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At Bryanston we are committed to providing an extensive programme of Personal, Social, Religious Education (PSRE), which includes health, citizenship, mental, economic and physical development education.

The PSRE delivery within the school is understood and respected by academic and boarding staff, parents and, most importantly, the pupils, thus allowing the opportunity to create a diverse programme that evolves, and supports pupils through their learning journey at Bryanston and life beyond.


PSRE at Bryanston is a planned programme of learning though which pupils acquire the knowledge, understanding, strategies, skills and confidence they need to manage their lives. As part of a whole school approach, it develops the qualities and attributes pupils need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society.

PSRE Programme

Throughout the PSRE curriculum pupils are encouraged to be expressive with their thoughts and be engaged with their learning. The delivery of the lessons is aimed to be interactive, dynamic, practical and easily adaptable to different learning styles.

  • D year: Being me, diversity, relationships, healthy matters, risk, your money - your life, citizenship, religious studies and external speakers.
  • C year: Sex and relationships education, alcohol and drug education, citizenship, religious studies and external speakers
  • B year: Drug education, citizenship, mini current affairs and external speakers
  • Sixth Form Induction Program: Addiction and dependency, sexual health update, Police ‘A night to remember’
  • A3 year: Medical centre visits, SRE in house, master classes and external speakers
  • A2 year: Current Affairs every week

PSRE in detail