Community inclusion

This pathway provides young people with opportunities to spend time with their peers outside of education. It covers maintaining friendships and relationships, accessing the local community and feeling safe and confident.

We found 771 challenges in the Preparing for Adulthood pathway 'Community inclusion'

Challenge Level NLH
Learners will be able to investigate an aspect of local history and link to a significant place, person or event.
Entry 2  10
Learners will be able to engage in some of the activities associated with the Hindu Festival of Light: Diwali
WTE1  10
The learner will be able recognise different places and symbols of worship
Entry 2  10
Learners will develop skills through shopping in the community.
Entry 2  20
The learner will develop the skills needed to take part in Yoga sessions.
WTE1  10
To be able to recognise what is an appropriate and inappropriate message/image.
Entry 3  10
Learners will be able to identify key features of a map of their local area.
Level 1  10
Learners will be able to understand some of the effects of alcohol abuse on individuals and society.
Entry 3  10
Learners will be able to prepare for and go out for something to eat in the community
Entry 1  10
The learner will be able to state the equipment and rules for boccia and demonstrate the ability to play the game
Entry 3  10
The learner will be able to develop an autobiographical profile containing personal information, strengths and aspirations.
Level 1  20
Learners will participate in activities to find out about a famous person. They will use symbols, objects and multi-media to find out about a famous person of their choice.
WTE1  10
Learners will visit a museum and take an appropriate part in the experience.
Entry 2  10
To introduce learners to the concept of map reading and help to develop communication skills.
Entry 3  10
The learner will be able to experience visits to or from community organisations and recognise one feature of one familiar community organisation
WTE1  10
To recognise the risk(s) with sending and receiving sexual messages/images.
Level 1  10
To have an understanding of the different skills needed to perform and to demonstrate those skills through a performance to an audience.
Level 1  30
Learners will visit a RSPCA animal rescue centre, gather information and show an understanding of how a centre operates and the key points
Entry 3  10
The learner will understand that there are organisations that exist to help the public and that each organisation helps in different ways; they will be able to contact a community organisation
Entry 2  10
The learner will be able to explain the court markings, scoring system, basic rules and demonstrate the ability to play basic badminton strokes
Entry 3  10