In one such lesson, students were asked (in groups) to produce sections of essays on "The effects homework has on GCSEs". When, predictably, students applied a modicum of thought and stated that from their perspective 'home learning', as is now the propagated PC term, did not help them in their GCSEs, they were severely reprimanded and sent to the rusty Soviet first-aid-kit for lobotomies, courtesy of the NorfWeezy Health Service. The lesson ultimately failed in its objective of vindicating a pre-established belief held by the school by making students prove it to themselves via introspection, and of teaching people to write good essays, as the poorly-assembled attempt at a curriculum did not account for the fact that people would never realistically be tasked to write just the introduction to an essay, or just "Main Paragraph 2", as well as the fact no example of a 'model essay' was provided. This is not a singular instance; the PSCHJFKQWERTYLGBT (or whatever they've decided to call it) is consistently poorly-planned and repetitive, without going into any depth or detail with each repetition of each of the arbitrary topics, as if they didn't want to do anything beyond what was asked of them (now, what does that sound like?).
From another equally valid perspective, PSCHE is also a sheer waste of time. With the school year on average having 39 weeks, after 5 years of drudgery, the average