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  • Skill Story: Step 0 to Step 1
    Support learners to understand the concepts that underpin Speaking steps 0 and 1, by reading this short and engaging Skill Story.
  • Skill Story: Step 0 to Step 1
    Support learners to understand the concepts that underpin Staying Positive steps 0 and 1, by reading this short and engaging Skill Story.
  • Skill Assembly: Step 0 to Step 6
    This assembly supports learners to understand key concepts related to the early steps of Speaking. It starts by defining the skill and considering key themes, before identifying the skill in action. The themes are explored through three simple exercises, followed by a chance to reflect on their own skills.
  • Skill Assembly: Step 0 to Step 6
    This assembly supports learners to understand key concepts related to the early steps of Staying Positive. It starts by defining the skill and considering key themes, before identifying the skill in action. The themes are explored through three simple exercises, followed by a chance to reflect on their own skills.
  • Challenge Day: Step 0
    Over the course of the challenge, learners apply Step 0 in four of the eight essential skills as they consider: Who is the Sugar Snatcher? They apply Staying Positive and Aiming High to learn to be a police officer and explore some evidence and clues. Then, they apply Listening and Speaking to examine the crime scene before presenting to the class who they think committed the crime.
  • Challenge Day: Step 1 to Step 3
    Over the course of the challenge, learners apply Steps 1-3 in all eight essential skills as they consider: Who stole the chocolate? They gather and analyse clues to decide which of the fairytale character suspects committed a fictional crime (stealing chocolate from the school/community building).
  • Challenge Day: Step 4 to Step 6
    Over the course of the challenge, learners apply Steps 4-6 in all eight essential skills as they consider: Who stole the chocolate? They gather and analyse clues to decide which of the fairytale character suspects committed a fictional crime (stealing chocolate from the school/community building).
  • Challenge Day: Step 10 to Step 12
    Over the course of the challenge, learners apply Steps 10-12 in all eight essential skills as they consider: What makes a successful political party? Learners dive head first into the world of politics, learning about democracy and digital campaigning before setting up their own political party, debating policy points and holding an exciting election.
  • Challenge Day: Step 7 to Step 9
    Over the course of the challenge, learners apply Steps 7-9 in all eight essential skills as they consider: What makes a successful political party? Learners dive head first into the world of politics, learning about democracy and digital campaigning before setting up their own political party, debating policy points and holding an exciting election.
  • Challenge Day: Step 4 to Step 6
    Over the course of the challenge, learners apply Steps 4-6 in all eight essential skills as they consider: What makes a successful society? They build a new society on a distant moon called Utopia, including selecting who will be the first citizens, creating an animal that will help people and building a 3D model of a new city.