By the end of their QMPS journey, pupils will be able to communicate in ways that
build and maintain positive relationships through focused listening, confident
speaking, sharing ideas and explaining clearly. They will know how communication
has developed through time and the chronology of technology, now our current
main means of communicating.
They will also learn how to communicate in an assertive way, avoiding conflict
through mutual respect.
By the end of their QMPS journey, pupils will be able to define conflict and explain
the key reasons as to why conflict exists. They will also be able to give specific
examples of conflict, both past and present, on a local, national and global scale.
On a personal level, they will learn how to handle disagreements constructively and
resolve their differences peaceably.
By the end of their QMPS journey, pupils will be able to define and identify the
characteristic features of culture and understand why cultural diversity is important.
They will be able to talk about the features of a range of different cultures from
around the world, explaining some of their similarities and differences.
They will also learn how culture affects perception and influences behaviour.
By the end of their QMPS journey, pupils will be able to define conservation, outline
key areas e.g. biodiversity and understand why it is such an important world issue.
They will learn how we can live more sustainably, understanding the importance of
natural resources and renewable energy.
On a personal level, they will learn how they can make a difference by reducing
their carbon footprint and behaving in a more environmentally responsible way.