The four subject strands of Learning for Life and Work have statutory requirements that schools must meet. This includes
- Home Economics
- Personal Development
Learning for Life and Work is also embedded through the key elements and is reflected in the requirements for all other Areas of Learning. Learning for Life and Work supports other key components of the Revised Curriculum like Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities. It provides opportunities for pupils to develop skills, knowledge, understanding, attitudes and values that help them:
- prepare for adult life, independent living and work;
- meet the challenges and opportunities of contemporary society; and
- make informed decisions and take responsible action throughout their lives.
In addition to this, at KHS we offer GCSE Learning for Life and Work as an option.