We take an holistic view of PSHEE provision and we recognise that there is often highly effective learning in PSHEE through real life experience and from various oblique angles, and not just through timetabled lessons. PSHEE is communicated to children as a by-product of every subject in the curriculum, through the extra-curricular programme, and through the daily business of the school, as well as more formally through assemblies, chapel and formal PSHE presentations and lessons. The PSHEE programme includes Sex and Relationships Education, with a particular focus in Years 7 and 8, when it is taught by a team of teaching and medical staff. Education on other major issues such as e-safety and addictive substances is provided both by school staff and visitors educators.