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Citizenship & LLW


Ms Anne McGowan (Head of Department)

Mrs Roisin Martin

Mr John McCloskey

Mrs E McGill

Miss C Race

Mr Joseph Shields


Key Stage 3


Pupils have one period a week of Citizenship in year 8, 9, & 10 in which they explore the themes of Diversity and Inclusion, Human rights, Equality and Social Justice, Democracy and Participation.


Key Stage 4


Learning for Life and Work (LLW) is a compulsory GCSE in the College. It has four units: Local and Global Citizenship, Personal Development, Employability and a Controlled Assessment Task.


Post 16


In Years 13 and 14 Citizenship continues to be delivered through the Pastoral Care Programme

Enrichment/Extra Curricular


Social Justice Group



A GCSE in LLW provides students with a broad foundation of skills and knowledge that are applicable in various career paths. It fosters a range of transferable skills that are beneficial across many industries and roles such as, Further Education and Specialised Training, Business and Administration, Public and Community Services, Health and Social Care, Education and Training, Retail and Hospitality, Self-Employment and Entrepreneurship, Volunteering and Internships.


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