Ten: Ten Resources

Below you will find links to the units of Life to the Full which will be covered in Years 1 and 2. Your school will decide when each unit is delivered and they will communicate with parents about the stages of the programme that their children are undertaking.  During these times, you can then look at these pages and, if you wish, engage in some of the Suggested Activities for home. Each unit also has an associated prayer which you can say with your children.

Module One: Created and Loved by God

Created and Loved by God explores the individual. Rooted in the teaching that we are made in the image and likeness of God, it helps children to develop an understanding of the importance of valuing themselves as the basis for personal relationships.

Unit 1: Religious Understanding

Let the Children Come

Unit 2: Me, My Body, My Health

Girls and Boys

Unit 3: Emotional Well-Being

Feeling Inside Out

Unit 4: Life Cycles

Spot the Baby!

Module Two: Created to Love Others

Created to Love Others explores the individual’s relationship with others. Building on the understanding that we have been created out of love and for love, this module explores how we take this calling into our family, friendships and relationships, and teaches strategies for developing healthy relationships and keeping safe:

Unit 1: Religious Understanding

God Loves You

Unit 2: Personal Relationships

Special People

Unit 3: Keeping Safe

Being Safe

Module Three: Created to Live in Community

Created to Live in Community explores the individual’s relationship with the wider world. Here we explore how human beings are relational by nature and are called to love others in the wider community through service, through dialogue and through working for the Common Good:

Unit 1: Religious Understanding

A Community of Love

Unit 2: Living in the Wider World

How do I Love Others

Below you will find links to the Units of Life to the Full which will be covered in Years 5 and 6. Your school will decide when each Unit is delivered, and they will communicate with parents about the stages of the programme that their children are undertaking. During these times, you can then look at these pages and, if you wish, engage in some of the Suggested Home Activities. Each Unit also has an associated prayer which you can say with your children.

Year 5 and 6 units