At Cradoc we are very keen to ensure pupils are aware of the road that has led them to their rights. We focus on The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, but ensure the children learn how rights developed across time, class and gender. We link this to our Welsh heritage in particular.
Cradoc is a Healthy School.
We work hard to ensure that our children have a healthy start to their educational career.
Children and young people need to experience social, emotional and physical well-being to thrive and engage successfully with their education. This Area of Learning and Experience draws on subjects and themes from PE, mental, physical and emotional well-being, sex and relationships, parenting, healthy eating and cooking, substance misuse, work-related learning and experience, and learning for life.
||Emotional Well-being & Mental health
|Healthy Eating and Cooking
||Relationships and Sex Education
|Learning for life
||Work Related Learning
The Health and well-being Area of Learning and Experience helps pupils to build the knowledge, understanding and skills that enable them to develop positive and appropriate relationships, deal with the difficult issues and decisions they will face and learn to live independently. It helps pupils develop an enjoyment of physical activity and helps them gain knowledge and practical skills for healthy eating.