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Life Skills Programme

Life Skills is a planned programme of learning opportunities and experiences that help young people grow and develop as individuals and as members of families and communities.  It equips them with knowledge and practical skills to live healthy, safe, fulfilled and responsible lives.

Life Skills also enables young people to reflect on and clarify their own values and attitudes, and explore the complex and sometimes conflicting range of values and attitudes they encounter now and in the future.

A number of subjects fall under the umbrella of Life Skills; PSHE education, Careers Education Guidance and Work Related Learning.

Year 7 Lifeskills lessons

  • Getting to know your class
  • Visit to the LRC
  • Careers: Intro to Unifrog
  • Loss & Grief
  • Inappropriate Language
  • Mental Health
  • Healthy Active Lifestyle
  • Intro to Drugs
  • Politics (Post-Brexit)
  • How to be a leader
  • Wellbeing
  • Careers: CV and Unifrog
  • Money Management
  • Talk on Animal Ownership - Blue Cross
  • Racism
  • E-Safety
  • Anti-Bullying
  • Puberty and Personal Hygiene
  • Feedback

Year 8 Lifeskills lessons

  • Sleep
  • Careers: Skills & Charter update
  • Knife Crime
  • Wellbeing
  • Being a leader - global advocacy
  • Cyberbullying
  • First Aid
  • Smoking
  • Mental Health
  • Careers: World at work
  • Democracy and Brexit
  • Family Breakdown
  • Finance
  • Dangers of Transport
  • Role Models
  • E-Safety
  • Relationships
  • British Values
  • Feedback

Year 9 Lifeskills lessons

  • Reality TV Shows
  • Careers: Option Research
  • Cannabis
  • Mental Health
  • Being a leader: Global advocacy
  • Finance
  • Sexting
  • Pornography
  • Grey Areas
  • Careers: CV and Charter 
  • Homophobia and Transgender
  • Politics (Post-Brexit)
  • Counter Terrorism
  • Female Genital Mutilation
  • Unhealthy Relationships and forced marriage
  • Feedback

Year 10 Lifeskills lessons

  • Introduction to Sixth Form, College and Unifrog
  • Politics
  • Social Media
  • Labour Market
  • Understanding a Prospectus and Virtual Tours
  • Alcohol
  • Mental Health

Year 11 Lifeskills lessons

  • Sixth Form and Unifrog
  • Counter Terrorist
  • Sexual Health
  • Psychoactive Substances

Websites for Teenage Wellbeing

Hectors house websiteSuicide Prevention

Hector Stringer took his own life at the age of 18. His family set up Hector’s House in his memory as a signposting charity, with the aim to stop suicide and the stigma around mental health issues. Hector's House is a local charity - Hector was a student at Tring School.

Drug Awareness

For friendly, confidential drugs advice Talk to Frank

Bullying & Substance Abuse

Drugrehab.com offer a free online resource that provides information about adolescent bullying, addiction, and mental health issues.

Sexual Health & Wellbeing

Go to Brook for advice

Quit Smoking

The under 18s guide to quitting smoking Livewell & Quit Smoking

Childline

Childline is yours – a free, private and confidential service where you can be you. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, however you want to get in touch. We're here for you online, on the phone, anytime.

Headspace

Learn to meditate and live mindfully.  Headspace

Action for Happiness

Action for Happiness helps people take action for a happier and more caring world

Our patron is The Dalai Lama and our members take action to increase wellbeing in their homes, workplaces, schools and local communities. Our vision is a happier world, with fewer people suffering with mental health problems and more people feeling good, functioning well and helping others.

Anna Freud - Transforming Children's Mental Health 

Our vision is a world where children and families are supported effectively to build on their strengths and to achieve their goals in life. We will continue to promote resilience and wellbeing in children, young people and families, as we have for over 60 years.

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