Life Skills actively promotes the development of British Values by teaching the importance of the rule of law and exploring the potential conflicts that can occur between faiths, beliefs and civil societies. The need for tolerance is promoted through topics such as Human Rights and students are encouraged to reflect on their own values and begin to question how these equate to living in modern Britain. Acceptance of others is at the core of the learning and many topics are addressed that allow a greater insight on stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination.
If you're a former Graham School student or family member of a current student and work in any field of science we want to hear from you! We want to share examples of local people with our students. We would ask for a photo of you and a brief description of your role in science.
Link to a letter for parents of Year 9 students regarding Parent's Evening on January 27th bit.ly/3IlgMU3
The Children's Commissioner has shared young people's advice on talking to your child about online sexual harassment 'The things that I wish my parents had known' - here is a summary for all our parents. pic.twitter.com/4Div…
Year 11 Parent's Evening is on Thursday, 13th January. Please read the attached link for instructions on how to book an appointment. bit.ly/3sW8nlb