Inspiring Purpose in Children and Young People
Did you know that developing a strong sense of purpose can be key to improved educational attainment, health and wellbeing?
We have developed a series of poster template activities for use in the classroom and at home which can help to inspire purpose in children and young people.
The resources are free to use and are part of a successful awards and publishing programme in partnership with #iWill, Young Scot Rewards, WE Schools and The Scottish Book Trust.
Many schools use the programme to support Learning for Sustainability, Health & Wellbeing and work on YPI.
Order your FREE resource for SCHOOL or at HOME.
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Inspiring Purpose Poster Programmes.
Global Citizens in the Making
P6-S4 Classroom Activity
Global Citizens in the Making is our signature programme and part of Legacy 2014! 100,000 young people have participated in the last 3 years.
It is a character discovery programme that helps young people to define their purpose and their goals through a unique poster template. Find out more.
WW1 Centenary Edition
P6-S4 Classroom Activity
The First World War Centenary provides the perfect context to Inspire Purpose and link to other planned learning opportunities in both primary and secondary schools.
Pupils can reflect on their own personal values and create a vision for a better world inspired by events of the past.
This project fits in well particularly with RME, PSHE and History. Find out more.
Between the Generations
11-16 Years Old – Home Project
Inspiring Purpose, Between the Generations is a joint project for a young person to partner with a grandparent, relative or a family friend.
It is designed to be completed at home and the idea is to share and learn stories from each other as well as from history.
Any young person under the age of 16 can take part, all you need is a copy of the poster template and someone from a different generation to work with. Find out more.
International Programme 11-16 Years
COMMONWEALTH NATIONS and TERRITORIES
This version has been specifically designed for our school and organisational partners throughout the Commonwealth Nations and Territories.
Throughout the process, pupils will identify and explore their own personal strengths and challenges and will learn which values and qualities are required to become:
a successful learner, a confident individual, a responsible citizen and an effective contributor. Find out more.