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Claydon High School

LIFE

Head of Faculty: Mrs J Higgon

Learning, Identity, Faith and Employment (LIFE)

The LIFE programme at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 includes: Citizenship, Careers Education, age appropriate relationships and sex education as well as Religious Education.

LIFE aims to develop a range of skills including risk management, decision making, empathy, respect for others and financial capability.

LIFE education helps students to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society. From making responsible decisions about alcohol to succeeding in their first job, LIFE education helps students to manage many of the most critical opportunities, challenges and responsibilities they will face growing up.

Through the RE element students are encouraged to understand the nature of religious and ethical beliefs and practices and to appreciate their importance in the lives of individuals, communities and cultures. We discuss and consider ethical dilemmas and decisions that will face us when living in our society and hope to equip students with the tools to prepare them in dealing with the variety of beliefs and lifestyles that form our society.

Key Stage 3

 

Year 7

What makes us who we are?

My Wellbeing

Hinduism

My Future

Judaism

My Relationships*

Year 8

 Healthy Living

Lifestyle

Relationships*

Crime and UK Justice System

Government, Elections and Voting

Taking More Risks*

Managing Money

Sikhism

Impact of Religion

Buddhism

Year 9

Diversity or Division?

Rights and Responsibility*

Sex and Relationships*

Crime and Punishment

Homophobia*

Morality Matters

Prejudice and Discrimination

Life after death

Evil and Suffering

 

Age appropriate Relationships and Sex Education is delivered throughout the key stage (indicated by an * in the table above).

Key Stage 4

In KS4 the LIFE curriculum is delivered alongside core RE and citizenship. The course throughout KS4 includes:

Relationships                                   Peace and Conflict

Parenting                                          Ethical Decision

Financial Capabilities                      Crime and Punishment

Job Applications                              Human Rights

Planning for the Future                   Gender roles and multi-ethnic society

Schemes of Work

Please click on the links below to access more detailed information on what students will be taught throughout the academic year.

Year 7 Scheme of Work

Year 8 Scheme of Work

Year 9 Scheme of Work

Year 10 & 11 Scheme of Work

The LIFE curriculum also works closely with the Careers Leader; please click here for further information.