Life Skills at Carnforth High School aims to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes within students to enable them to thrive as individuals and manage their lives both now and in the future. Our curriculum is built with the aim to help pupils to stay healthy, safe and to prepare them for life and work in modern Britain; whilst also building wider learning skills such as curiosity and respect to help pupils achieve their academic potential across the school. We strive to help our pupils understand the importance of community and offer a safe place for them to build the skills to respect others regardless of differences. Students will be encouraged to look at how they can actively and positively contribute to society, to enjoy learning and see it as a lifelong process.
Life Skills at Carnforth High School combines Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHEE), Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) education and Citizenship. These lessons include the content within the government’s statutory framework on health, relationships and sex education, though these are also delivered across the school in other subject areas (for example online safety is also covered in Computing).
|Life Curriculum Overview
|24 Jan 2024
|Life Curriculum Map
|24 Jan 2024