Primary Transition is an in-school activity for pupils moving from Primary or Middle School to Secondary School. It challenges students with day-to-day activities they’ll encounter in Secondary School, as well as encouraging them to consider what they’re ultimately working towards in the future; both education and career goals.

Learning Outcomes

  • To introduce the differences between Primary and Secondary School and Higher Education.
  • To become aware of challenges and concerns pupils have and how to overcome these.
  • To prepare for future transitions and decisions.

Online Alternative

This activity is available online as a pre-recorded session. Please click the booking link to the right, and select your delivery method as ‘Online’.

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Supporting Primary: Primary Transition – ‘Moving Up!’
Audience
Key Stage 2
Audience
Year 6, Year 7
Category
Futures
Clock
1 Hour, Half day
Gatsby Benchmark:
3, 7
Regional Progression Framework:
Theme:
Introductory
Learning Objective:
LO1, LO3, LO6
NERUPI Framework:
Aim:
Know, Become, Understand
Level:
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