The Inauro Tutorial is delivered during morning form time, and is a daily opportunity for students to receive an 'Inauro' Personal Development input.
Each morning pupils will pray together and read the ‘Daily Briefing’. This is our daily news bulletin that allows pupils to keep up to date with what is happening in school, but also keep them informed with the current headlines and news affairs.
One morning a week, form tutors will focus on ensuring pupils are ready for success in the week ahead, instilling key skills such as resilience, preparation and organisation.
Pupils are taught how to read non-fiction texts analytically, and are set reading challenges by their tutors. Inauro Read forms a key part of our whole school liturgy strategy, and is an important part of the week.
Pupils will follow our developing and bespoke citizenship curriculum which is based upon the Oak National Academy curriculum map. Each week there is a focus on a particular British Value, with pupils setting themselves a challenge to fulfill the value throughout the week.
|Half Term 1
|Half Term 2
|Half Term 3
|Half Term 4
|Half Term 5
|Half Term 6
|Citizenship- What is it all about?
|What are our identities and communities?
|What rights should all children have?
How does local democracy work?
|What is crime?
|How can we make a difference in our communities?
|How does the political system work in the UK?
|How does the media affect us?
|What is the law and how is it changed?
|How can citizens bring about change?
|Why was the struggle for the vote important today?
|What can we do about global problems?
|How is the UK governed?
|Are people treated equally in UK society?
|How do people move around the world?
|How can we manage money well?
|Can digital democracy increase political participation?
|How can young people play an active role in democracy?
|How well does the media hold those in power to account?
|What are the strengths and weaknesses of the UK democratic system?
|What are the strengths and weaknesses of the legal system?
|How does the economy work?
|How does the UK still play a meaningful role in the international community?
|How is UK society diverse and changing?
|What is the nature of the British constitution?
|Why do we need the right to protest in democracy?
|How do others govern?
|Where does power reside in the UK?
|Practising what we have learnt
At Sixth Form, citizenship material is provided by Picture News, enabling pupils to explore current topical issues in more depth.