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Lawyer from British High Commission Leads PSHCE Talk for KS4 and 5.

12 September 2018

Yesterday Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 students had the opportunity to listen to lawyer Christine Pepper, Vice Consul at the British High Commission.

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The subject of the session, that is part of our PSHCE (Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship and Economics) programme, was the laws of Singapore, focussing on the dangers of drinking, drugs and underage relationships. The talk also extended to passport care and what to do in a crisis. 

The session emphasised the importance of teenagers taking personal responsibility, being aware of the laws in Singapore and knowing the consequences of their actions.

Jessica Dodson
Year 7 Progress Leader and PE Teacher