The five outcomes of every child matters
Education for our children is on a one-to-one and very small group basis with a teacher and a very high ratio of Learning Support Assistants. Our citizenship programme ensures that each pupil is aware of the wider picture of antisocial behaviour, its human impact and the consequences of crime.
The Libra School has achieved great success engaging children who have previously refused education at a number of other establishments in education. The Libra School focuses on literacy, numeracy and life skills as these areas are always the weakness of children coming to us.
Every child matters outcomes framework
The Libra School has a strong sex education and Virtual Baby programme supporting AQA unit awards for sex education resulting in effective preparation for independence for all children. The five outcomes are universal ambitions for every child and young person, whatever their background or circumstances. For example, children and young people learn and thrive when they are healthy, safe and engaged; and the evidence shows clearly that educational achievement is the most effective route out of poverty. Be Healthy To provide opportunities where children can learn how to be physically and emotionally healthy and choose not to take illegal drugs and mistreat their minds and bodies. The Libra School Libra has always placed great importance in children accessing a broad and balanced education. Stay Safe To provide a secure and stable environment where children feel cared for. The Government recognises the crucial role of parents, carers and families in improving outcomes for children and young people and the need to provide support for parents, carers and families in order for them to do so. Our Personal Social Health and Citizenship Education programme helps children develop skills and strategies to avoid conflict and acquire resilience, emotional confidence and social competence. Each young person is an individual with their own best way of learning. For more information, go to:. The Libra School has achieved great success engaging children who have previously refused education at a number of other establishments in education. Improving outcomes also involves narrowing the gap between disadvantaged children and their peers. Enjoy and Achieve To ensure children attend and enjoy school and achieve personal, social and academic development. Children learn to be economically aware and active in preparation for adult responsibilities through a strong programme of life skills.
To ensure that local children's services reflect the needs of children and young people, LAs and partners need to ensure there is a good level of participation of children and young people in the design and delivery of services.
For example: Children learn and thrive when they are healthy, safe and engaged; and the evidence shows clearly that educational achievement is the most effective route out of poverty.
The Libra School Libra has always placed great importance in children accessing a broad and balanced education. New students are encouraged to engage in learning through the use of Forest School teaching, outdoor education and physical activities.
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