Independent living and housing

This pathway supports young people to live as independently as is possible. It covers all aspects of independent living and home management from budgeting and cooking to knowing what sources of support are available in the local community. 

We found 518 challenges in the Preparing for Adulthood pathway 'Independent living and housing'

Challenge Level NLH
Learners will understand about babies and will help to care for a baby.
E3  10
Learners will create a simple shopping list and work out the total cost of the gifts.
E2  10
To develop a one page profile which outlines personal information and records the learner's aspirations
E1  10
The learner will be able to use a bus with support
E2  10
Learners will be able to plan and carry out a shopping trip to a supermarket.
E2  10
To be able to understand how to use the Internet safely
E2  10
The learner will be able to recognise familiar community organisations, take part in visits and know one fact about each organisation or a thing that each organisation does.
E1  10
Learners will be able to identify suitable clothing for their swimming session and with help dress themselves in it.
WTE1  10
Be able to tell the time at o'clock and half past and sequence key events in the day.
E2  10
To show awareness of numbers 1-5
WTE1  10
Learners will be able to identify animals kept as pets and the equipment needed by pet owners
WTE1  10
To experience recycling rubbish and making something new from old materials.
WTE1  10
Learners will be able to describe the reproduction and life cycle of plants. They will participate in growing a range of plants over a period of time.
1  30
Learners will be able to communicate information to another person using a piece of technology.
WTE1  10
To have an awareness of the concept of problem solving and to develop the skills needed to tackle problems in daily life
E2  10
Learners will develop skills for getting dressed and undressed
WTE1  10
Learners will be able to plan, cost out and cook a healthy 3 course meal for a group of young people using the budget of no more than £3.50 per person.
1  20
To understand right/wrong and criminal/civil law; using this information to make decisions about the effect of wrong doing as a citizen in the UK.
1  10
Learners will be able to use money in transactions up to a value of £20 and carry out appropriate calculations during the transactions.
E3  10
Learners will understand why there is a need to clean own home and be involved in cleaning own home
E1  10