TES citizenship and PSHE panel

We want to help Citizenship and PSHE teachers network; to share ideas, to talk about current issues in education and classrooms, to work collaboratively on interesting projects and to share guidance and offer support to each other.

We want to help Citizenship and PSHE teachers network; to share ideas, to talk about current issues in education and classrooms, to work collaboratively on interesting projects and to share guidance and offer support to each other. The Citizenship and PSHE panel is led by Chris Wheeler


Samantha Roberts


I am currently a teacher of RE, Sociology and Citizenship, as well as a subject mentor and learning manager at a large Cheshire secondary school. I have been teaching for over 4 years and believe that lessons should encourage pupils to discuss and debate important issues and concepts.


Scott Amott


I have been teaching in a Derbyshire school for about 4 years after completing a PGCE Citizenship at London Met in 2008. My main educational interests are integrating modern technology into lesson and tackling homophobia in schools.


Rachael Clifford


In my two years at Bramhall High School I have taught a range of subjects including Citizenship, Art, PSHE, History, Geography and RS. This year I have used my degree knowledge by teaching year 7 and year 8 intensive support classes designed for pupils with special needs.


Halah Shams El-Din


After completing my undergraduate degree, I lived in Egypt for five years where I taught in private nurseries and an international school in Giza. I then returned to the UK and worked as a teaching assistant at a FE college. I went on to complete my PGCE, then taught RE, PSHE, Citizenship and Humanities in two local secondary schools.