Cyber Safety & Online Course Programmes For Transition Year

All of our programmes are online digital lessons. Teachers need no experience in these areas. Within the TY sector, lessons are all self directed learning. Click here to get in touch and discuss your options.

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Transition Year

We have aligned our programmes with the Department of Education’s TY Learning Objectives

  • Engage in independent, self-directed learning
  • Develop general, technical and academic skills
  • Mature and develop without the pressure of an examination

Optional group activities that encourage creativity and critical thinking!

Our goal is to expose students to modern, topical subjects that will aid career and college course selection.

TY Programmes – Exciting New Programmes

  • New! ChatGPT: Mastering AI for Professional Growth (4 modules at 60 mins)
  • Cyber Safety & Digital Citizenship (8 modules at 40 mins)
  • An Introduction To Computer Science And Coding (6 modules at 40 mins)
  • Create your own website with HTML/CSS (6 modules at 40 mins)
  • Python – Real-World Programming (6 modules at 40 mins)

Modules and time required are given as guidelines to assist TY Co-Ordinator’s with timetabling. We highly recommend that students are set separate individual research and essay writing tasks from each of the programmes.

Separate Task Example for Students – From the Cyber Safety & Digital Citizenship programme. Select the topic you find that could be most disruptive to your future. Research this area online and write an essay with your findings.

New 2024/25 – TY Programme Summary

Philosophy and Stoicism

Aid Your Students Understand How to Deal With Modern Pressures!

Stoicism is a philosophy that focuses on self-controlresilience, and rational thinking.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Building Emotional Resilience
  2. Developing Self-Control
  3. Enhancing Focus and Productivity
  4. Coping with Failure and Criticism
  5. Promoting Positive Relationships
  6. Fostering Personal Growth
  7. Managing Social Media Influence
  8. Preparing for the Future
  9. Practical Tips for Teenagers

Understanding Minimalism

Help your students understand a mindset that will enhance their thinking and understanding of the modern world.

Minimalism is a lifestyle that emphasises simplicity, focusing on what truly matters by reducing unnecessary possessions and distractions.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Reducing Stress and Anxiety
  2. Enhancing Focus and Productivity
  3. Promoting Financial Responsibility
  4. Encouraging Mindful Consumption
  5. Supporting Environmental Sustainability
  6. Fostering Personal Growth
  7. Building Stronger Relationships
  8. Boosting Self-Esteem and Confidence
  9. Practical Tips for Teens

Stoicism for Teens – Master Your Mind Master Your Life!

Less is More Why Teens Should Embrace Minimalism

Simplified – 5 Ways It Can Rock!