Life Skills deals with the holistic development of the learner throughout childhood. It equips learners with knowledge, skills and values that assist them to achieve their full physical, intellectual, personal, emotional and social potential. The subject encourages learners to acquire and practise life skills that will assist them to become independent and effective in responding to life’s challenges and to play an active and responsible role in society. The subject aims to develop learners through three different, but interrelated study areas, that is, Personal and Social Well-being, Physical Education and Creative Arts.

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The subject Life Skills aims to: 1) guide learners to achieve their full physical, intellectual, personal, emotional and social potential; 2) teach learners to exercise their constitutional rights and responsibilities and to respect the rights of others; 3) guide learners to make informed and responsible decisions about their health and environment; 4) develop creative, expressive and innovative individuals; 5) develop skills such as self-awareness, problem-solving, interpersonal relations, leadership, decision-making, and effective communication; 6) provide learners with exposure to experiences and basic skills in dance, drama, music and visual arts including arts literacy and appreciation; and 7) allow learners to enjoy the health benefits of exercise and develop social skills through participation in Physical Education.    

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