The Positive Living curriculum
The aim of the positive living program is to:
- Build socially aware, culturally competent and critical young adults who are prepared for the opportunities and challenges of adult life.
- To expose students to local and world wide issues so they have a greater understanding and sense of the world around them
- To develop the value of community and aspirations so our students go on to lead fulfilling lives which embrace British values.
- To support students in the changes they’ll experience throughout secondary school and beyond.
|KS3 Impact days 2020-2021||Year 7 Overview ( Click here )|
|Year 8 Overview ( Click here )|
|Year 9 Overview ( Click here )|
|KS3 Impact days 2021-2022||Yr 8 Intended impact day and objectives ( Click here )|
|Yr 9 Intended impact day and objectives ( Click here )|
|KS4 Impact days 2020-2021||Year 10 Overview ( Click here )|
|Year 11 Overview ( Click here )|
|KS4 Impact days 2021-2022||Yr 10 Intended impact day and objectives ( Click here )|
|Yr 11 Intended impact day and objectives ( Click here )|
Students will also receive a workshop from AlterEgo called ‘Chelsea’s choice’. They will receive this at some point between yr 9 and 11. This drama performance raises awareness of sexual exploitation. It also consolidates learning done in our relationships theme.
Key topics covered in the performance and discussion:
- What makes a Healthy Relationship
- What makes an Unhealthy Relationship
- Safe Internet Use/Sexting
- What is Consent
- The Grooming Process, Child Sexual Exploitation & the differing method
- Avoiding Victim Blaming
- Where to go for help & advice
Please see this website for more information: http://www.alteregocreativesolutions.co.uk/chelseas-story/
Intent, Implementation and Impact
How did we design the curriculum? Click here for details