Personal Development Programme at Prince William School
What are its Aims? - To help you lead a confident, healthy and responsible life. - To allow you to gain knowledge and skills with which to deal with the issues of adult life. - To help you reflect on your experiences, gaining an understanding of relationships, community and a respect for the differences between individuals. - To encourage you to take responsibility for your learning and future career choices, with a determination to succeed. - To help you develop your skills as an independent learner. - The capacity to develop awareness of yourself as a learner and manager of change, including strategies for managing change not of your own choice. - The capacity to recognise and celebrate diversity and difference. - The opportunity to participate actively in your school and community. - The opportunity to demonstrate creativity and enterprise. - The ability to identify sources of help and the skills to access it. Why do it? - Legally you have a right to courses in Sex Education and Careers Education. - You also deserve opportunities to develop skills, knowledge and attitudes as confident and responsible members of the school and the wider community. What does it include? - Personal and Social Development - Health Education - Careers Education - Study Skills / Learning to Learn Activity types: project work, personal challenges, practical tasks, drama/role play, presentation, organising events, videos, class discussion and talks by guest speakers. Who does it? - All students in the school follow the Personal Development Programme. - It is taught mainly by teachers, with support from visiting speakers and guests. When is it taught? All the time: All subject areas contribute to the aims of the Personal Development Programme course as part of their courses. Extra Curricular Activities: Your involvement in any of these events and activities organised by the school provide opportunities for you to develop self-confidence and take on responsibility within our school community. Tutor Sessions and Wednesday Lesson 1: During your time with your tutor.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Prince William School directly.