Young people are growing up in a complex, progressive world, which is more connected than ever before. It is a world that offers them opportunity but that also requires them to have the skills to evaluate and manage risk, to make decisions and to be able to communicate effectively.
As young people grow up and mature they need to develop, and practice, using core life skills in a safe environment. An environment in which they can: explore positive and negative consequences; ask questions when they are unsure and; develop aspirations for a happier, healthier future.
In:tuition has been created to support young people’s life skills development. It is a school-based programme for primary and secondary school children. It is free for all schools to participate in and is delivered across 12 lessons. Each lesson is designed to guide young people through a journey of discovery and development and build on what they have learnt previously.
In:tuition also recognises the role of parents and carers in the development of life skills and has been designed to involve them via home learning tasks.