We utilise a shared planning approach with schools to create individualised lessons that could cover content across five major strands: food and nutrition, human biology, relationships & communities, identity & resilience and substances.
You can read more here about Life Education's graduate profile, inquiry model and linkages with the New Zealand Curriculum.
Take a look at the questions below to see the range of content options we can offer your school. Use the filters to refine your selection.
Is it OK to be different?
How do we keep ourselves safe?
What makes us special and unique?
What do all living things need to stay alive?
What is peer pressure and how can we deal with it?
What is a friend?
What makes our bodies work?
Why is the air we breathe important to us?
How do we see the world and is it ok to think differently?
What is the importance of kindness?
Why do we need to eat different kinds of foods to stay healthy and give us energy?
Why are some drugs helpful and some harmful?
What are the possible negative effects of drug use?
What are the impacts of the decisions we make?
What does our body need to stay healthy and happy?
What is an upstander?
What influences our food choices?
What makes me a good friend?
Why is it important to show empathy towards others?
How do we adapt to suit certain situations?
Why do we need to eat different kinds of foods throughout the day?
What benefits are there in delaying our decisions?
How can our feelings influence the way we act?
Where does our food come from?
What do we need to know about the food we eat?