The Wellbeing curriculum will cover a broad range of topics that collectively develop students’ understanding of stress management, drug and alcohol abuse, healthy eating and personal safety. These topics aim to broaden students’ understanding of different choices and lifestyles so they are equipped to make informed, happier and healthier life choices.
Students will gain essential skills in areas of communication, problem solving, verbal reasoning, conflict resolution and self-awareness, all of which are transferable to their next steps in education, employment or work. Students will practice their ability to work both independently and as part of a team, reflecting on their own ideas in addition to considering the views of others.
Throughout the course, students will showcase their learning through practical and academic opportunities, including Q&A sessions, written coursework, producing posters/leaflets and group collaboration tasks. Alongside this, students’ learning will be enhanced through trips to relevant local business and places of interest as well as visits from guest speakers.
Curriculum End Point Documentation 2023-2024
Please note more detailed Curriculum Overviews are available on request and, in depth, ‘live’ curriculum thinking documents are held in school by teachers and continually reviewed.