Personal Growth Curriculum
Personal Growth – Life Skills Statement of Intent
Our aim is to provide opportunities to develop essential life skills, confidence, motivation, resilience and communication they need to succeed and cope with the increasing pace and change of modern life.
At Glenmere, we like to ensure our pupils to be prepared to engage as individuals, parents, workers and citizens with economic, social and cultural change, including the continued globalisation of the economy and society, are able to adapt to new work and leisure patterns and keep up with the rapid expansion of communication technologies.
Our school curriculum passes on enduring values, developing pupils’ integrity and autonomy and helping them to be responsible and caring citizens capable of contributing to the development of a just society.
We will provide rich opportunities for the children to explore citizenship and real-life world issues, which at times they may have to grapple with to make sense of it. This, in turn, helps them to develop skills such as collaboration and communication, thus equipping them with the necessary skills for life in the 21st century.