Personal Economics brings financial capability to life. In this programme students are challenged to consider the ups and downs they will face in handling their own financial futures. Participants get a hands-on introduction to credit and debt, savings, investments and budgeting. Students work individually and in groups through a series of fun activities. Personal Economics provides an understanding of their role in society and the economy as consumers, employees, taxpayers, investors and borrowers.
Year 11 and 12 School Council Members, alongside pupils from Lumen Christi , enjoying an informative and interesting session with the Holywell Trust’s ‘Human Library Project’ this morning
Congratulations to all our Year 8 pupils who took part in our very enjoyable DJ Workshop on Wednesday Feb 7th. The event was hosted by Kwa Daniels CEO of Bounce Culture. Bounce Culture are a team of creative industry facilitators who are passionate about empowering young people to connect with their “Inner Rhythm” by taking part in musical activities that encourage daily happiness and self-expression. Other skills developed through the art of DJing include:
- Improving Confidence and Self –Esteem
- Understanding of peer pressure
- Personal Motivation
- Learning to cope with stress
- Developing Teamwork Skills.