Learning for Life and Work (LLW) is central in helping young people develop the fundamental skills, knowledge, qualities and dispositions that are pre-requisites for life and work. This area of learning contains the contributory strands of:
We have developed these resources to encourage pupils to explore the Global Dimension within their learning at Key Stage 3. The Global Dimension incorporates the key concepts of global citizenship, conflict resolution, diversity, human rights, interdependence, social justice, sustainable development and values and perceptions.
A teacher guide which identifies rich opportunities that occur naturally for the development of Using ICT skills in a range of Learning for Life and Work resources.
The purpose of this resource is to demonstrate how English teachers can deliver aspects of Learning for Life and Work in their classroom.
The purpose of this resource is to demonstrate how Mathematics teachers can deliver aspects of Learning for Life and Work in their classroom.
This document highlights where Communication skills can be developed in Learning for Life and Work activities and provides guidelines for teachers on how to help pupils improve their skills.
An exciting new website developed to support learning and teaching at Key Stage 3 of STEM related subjects including Science, Technology and Design, Mathematics, Home Economics and Employability.
Creating a dementia-friendly generation - a resource from the Alzheimer's Society which introduces dementia awareness into the curriculum and encourage schools to consider how we can all contribute to make our communities more dementia-friendly.
Global Learning Programme - This website provides schools with resources, case studies and information on local training that will support them to educate for a fair and sustainable world through all areas of the curriculum.
Aim, Aspire and Achieve - A thematic unit which helps schools celebrate the Olympic and Paralympic Games (but can be adapted to celebrate other international sporting events.