Building on your school’s existing PSHE provision, and aligned with the National Healthy Schools objectives, we work with you to develop fun, progressive and interactive activities to enhance the life skills of your pupils.
By working with schools to tailor our Life Education sessions to a class’s specific age, curriculum framework and needs, we can build children’s knowledge, confidence and ability to make informed life choices.
Parents and carers are offered the opportunity to visit the mobile classroom and find out what we do. A Home Activity Sheet is provided for each year group for schools to distribute which summarises our work and explains our aims.
What does this mean to you?
- We support national healthy schools standards
- We support schools in delivering their PSHE and Citizenship curriculum
- We meet Government guidelines for best practice in drug education
- We support important elements of the new OFSTED framework
- We demonstrate a range of positive teaching techniques and behaviour management strategies
- Our programmes support the ‘every child matters’ vision
- Our programmes link with other national curriculum subjects
This is a school-based health and drug education programme for Year groups 5 to 8. The modules available can be tailored to meet your school’s individual needs. The ‘Qwizdom’ interactive voting system is used in the sessions which actively encourages the children to participate and to think about the answers they select and enables them to respond anonymously.
With over thirty years of experience in the field of primary aged drug education, Life Education has now responded to demand and developed sessions aimed specifically at 11-13 year-olds (KS3 Years 7 & 8).
A 75 minute Online Safety programme for 7 to 11 year-olds (Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 pupils), covering National Curriculumn KS2 Computing requirements relating to internet safety.
We are able to support schools and families to raise children’s aspirations and their understanding of how to set and achieve goals through our Future Booster programme. Aimed at Year 6 pupils this programme looks at the skills, qualities and attitudes that will help them to attain future success and provides an opportunity for parents and carers to support their children with this.
We are able to deliver high quality Specialised SEN programmes for pupils in Special and mainstream schools. These programmes include PSHE and well-being resources for pupils with special educational needs aged 3-18 years.
We are able to work with primary schools to support the delivery of high quality Relationships and Sex Education. Our interactive IT based “Hub” provides a comprehensive, up-to-date resource including detailed units of work and lesson plans, advice on creating an RSE policy, and working with parents and governors.
In addition we can visit school to:
- support staff through INSET
- work alongside staff with pupils
- work with parents and governors
We offer three INSET programmes focusing on issues such as increasing good behaviour, reducing conflict and tackling bullying. These sessions have proved particularly popular with Lunchtime Supervisors, helping them to establish positive lunch playtimes.
The sessions take place on your school site, last around 1 and a half hours and can take place at a time to suit your school.
Aimed specifically at parents and carers, this is an informal 30 minute session which we can slot in to either the beginning or end of the school day. The session provides parents and carers the opportunity to visit the mobile classroom find out about the content of their children’s sessions and ask questions.
Please contact us if you would like us to help you provide more detailed workshops for your parents.