This curriculum area is split into two parts – Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural Development (SMSC) and Well being. These lessons aim to encourage the students to develop their self-esteem and self-confidence, helping them to identify their personal values and to aim high. A weekly assembly for each year group as well as off timetable ‘dynamic days’ also contribute to this provision. Central to the learning in this areas is the development of Wren Skills.
|This is Me||This is Us||Genius of the Past|
|Inventions of the Future||Power of Humans||Power of the Earth|
|My Values||Family Values||Clashes of Culture|
|Celebration of Culture||The Power of Technology||The Power of My Voice|
Extra Curricular Activities
A weekly ‘Interact’ club contributes to students’ personal development. This club is arranged by a local Rotary International Club; its purpose is to provide opportunities for young people to work together, dedicated to service and understanding. The club develops leadership skills and confidence through team work and doing things for others. Each year, the group chooses a local and an international project and identifies how The Wren School may be able to offer support.
These will not run during COVID-19 restrictions.