In doing so, we are drawing together key insights from documents produced by the Department for Education, Ofsted, the Catholic Education Service, the Bishops Conference of England and Wales, and selected Church documents.
By drawing on the guidance within these documents, we aim to help you provide evidence of how Life to the Full supports your holistic approach to an education which eliminates discrimination, advances equality and fosters good relations between people who share a relevant protected characteristic and those who do not share it.
Note: These documents are only available to Super Users with an active subscription to Life to the Full. Use the buttons below to access:
Subscription Packages and Loyalty Discounts for 2023/4
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Change in age for marriage and civil partnerships
What has changed in the law and how is it reflected in LTTF Secondary?
New content: ‘FGM’ and ‘Death and Grief’
Find out more about our new resources ‘FGM’ and ‘Death and Grief’ for Life to the Full, along with important guidance for SLT and class teachers…
“How many times do you need to be reminded?”
What is a spiral curriculum and how can the Life to the Full programme be considered one?
Life to the Full Primary: Is it PSHE?
We are often asked: “Does ‘Life to the Full’ cover the national curriculum for PSHE?” This is a question which doesn’t have a simple yes/no answer!
Is Your School In Wales?
If the answer is ‘yes’, then you may be interested to learn how we are working with the Catholic Education Service Wales to help you implement the new statutory Guidance and Code for RSE.
St Bernadette Relics Tour and Ten Ten Resources
We are delighted to be an official partner of the St Bernadette Relics Tour…
Should Schools Consult With Parents About RSHE Every Year?
Let’s have a look at what the DfE says and how you can fulfil this through your ‘Life to the Full’ subscription…
CPD Sessions for the Start of the New Academic Year…
Whether you need to familiarise returning staff with programme updates or you need to get new staff up to speed, we’ve got sessions for you starting on 1st September...
Looking back over this academic year, we’ve had so many great articles to share with you through the Teacher Hub that we’ve decided to compile some of the most popular to share with you again in case you missed them the first time round!
What’s New For 2022-23?
The first thing you will notice at the start of the new academic year is that we will have a new website. We have been working with some wonderful website designers and developers to address some of the key issues that our users have fed back. We hope that our new website will improve your user experience and the way you access the content.
Have You Seen Our New CPD Package?
Due to the amazing success of our CPD events this year, we are delighted to announce…
Ideas For Funding Your Ten Ten Resources Subscription
Is renewing your Ten Ten Resources subscription a difficult decision because of financial challenges?
Now Is The Time To Resubscribe
Find out how to renew your subscription here… Did you know that most Life to the Full subscriptions expire on 31st July 2022? It is the same case with the majority of Combined Collective Worship and Life to the Full subscriptions. To maintain access and to prepare for the new academic year in September, schools need to renew.
Natural Family Planning: Myths and Misconceptions
What might a Catholic say to the argument that Natural Family Planning (NFP) is still a couple ‘playing God’, albeit in a more natural way than using contraception?
The Law and DIY Abortions
The phrase ‘DIY abortion’ might conjure up tragic images from times before abortion was legalised; characterised by fear, judgement of ‘unfeeling’ or ‘promiscuous’ women and a lack of understanding or communication about changing attitudes towards sex. A particularly harrowing episode of ‘Call the Midwife’ involving a backstreet abortion springs to mind. Now, more than 50 years on, have things changed?
‘It is love that has explained everything to me’
‘It is love that has explained everything to me,’ is a quotation from St John Paul II, but what did teachers from around the country think about learning about his Theology of the Body?
Communicating with Parents About RSHE
What does the Government and the Church say about engaging with parents about RSHE and how does Ten Ten Resources enable schools to support parents?
Keeping Children Safe in Education – Secondary Schools
In January we shared an article for primary schools on ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’. We’ve since had requests for an article for our secondary school colleagues, so here it is…
In response to the ongoing situation in Ukraine, we have created a prayer resource freely available for use in schools across the country.
Human Trafficking – Sixth Form Resource
It’s hard to believe that slavery exists in our modern world…
Religion Is Booming On Social Media
Two thousand years before social media was a ‘thing’ Jesus was trend setting and getting people to follow Him!
Keeping Children Safe in Education
Many of our colleagues in primary schools have been keen to know …
A Time To Be Born And A Time To Die
To coincide with ‘National Grief Awareness Week’ (2 – 8 December) we are releasing two new bereavement resources for use in primary schools.
(The Pope’s) Sex Education
No, this isn’t the Pope’s exclusive review of the popular Netflix series ‘Sex Education’.
Standard vs Super
If you came here expecting an in-depth character analysis of Clark Kent and Superman across the entire franchise, I’m afraid you’ll be sorely disappointed. (Sorry-not-sorry about the deliberately misleading picture and title).
One Kind Word
Bullying is not funny, I think we’d all agree on that. Therefore, I was quite surprised to find that bullying related humour is a thing!
My Three Confessions…
My friends and family sometimes say that I share too much too soon, so maybe it’s too soon to share these confessions after only working with Ten Ten Resources for four months.
Addressing Gender Stereotypes
“Hmmm… it looks like a tampax advert!” This was the response of my male friend (on more than one occasion!) when we were discussing the colours on a poster for events we were organising at university.
In creating the Life to the Full programme we have tried to pitch the resources at an age-appropriate level for children within each learning stage.
New CPD Courses
We are delighted to announce that we have created a number of exciting new CPD opportunities for both subscribers and non-subscribers in the areas of Collective Worship and RSHE.
New Year 11 Programme
Starting with ‘Self Worth’ on Monday 6th September, our new Year 11 resources are ready for gradual release over the coming weeks.
There’s something in us all that is intrigued by human relationships - how they work, how they don’t, and how they thrive or nose-dive under certain pressures of life.
Progression of Skills Documents & More
All around the world this week, people have been amazed and inspired by Zheng Tao, arguably one of the most skillful athletes to walk the face of the earth.