Keeping Me Safe is about learning the skills needed to stay safe in all aspects of life, from crossing roads to developing an awareness of what privacy means. Many of our individualised relationship education programmes are taught under this area. A strong emphasis is placed on the safe use of technology. 

Within this section, there are five programmes of learning which all help the young people we support understand how to keep themselves safe. These programmes of learning are:

  • Understanding safety
  • Understanding privacy
  • Safe use of technology
  • Sex and relationships
  • Drugs, alcohol and tobacco
  • Mental wellbeing

Under each programme of learning there are skills to be learnt. These are selected based on the individual’s level of understanding and what is achievable for them. To support the learning, skill steps are used by the staff team to offer a consistent approach.

For example:

Area of Learning: Keeping Me Safe

Programme of learning: Understanding safety

Learning area: In the community; road safety awareness

I can statement: I can recognise when to cross the road and when to wait when supported by staff

Priors Court Learning Framework Pyramid

Find out more about our curriculum

To find out more about what young people learn at Prior's Court, please contact Annette Robinson, Education and Care PA.

Email Annette See all the areas of learning See our policies and key documents