National Curriculum

The Miriam's Vision modules meet these UK curriculum requirements.

Miriam’s Vision supports those parts of the new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education as it relates to hate crime and mental well-being. Strategies for pupils’ self-control and ability to self-regulate are advocated. This curricular requirement resonates throughout Miriam’s Vision in dealing with resilience and positive response to adversity.


PHSE KS3 Personal Identities

Learners are able to

• reflect on and evaluate their achievements and strengths in different areas of their lives

• recognise strong emotions and identify ways of managing these positively

• recognise that external factors, such as relationships, achievements and setbacks, can affect emotional well-being, and identify how they can take this into account. 


Personal and Social Education Framework 7-19; Moral and Spiritual Development

Learners are equipped with the skills which will enable them to acquire greater self-assurance. They are encouraged to manage diverse relationships in society and cope with the increasing influence of peer pressure and the media. This allows them to be more confident in addressing the challenges of active citizenship and effective learning.

Skills Framework 3-19 years

Northern Ireland

Learning for Life and Work; Personal Development

Key Concepts:-

  • Self Awareness
  • Relationships

Learning for Life and Work; Local and Global Citizenship

Key Concept - Diversity and Inclusion

Environment and Society: History

Developing pupils’ Knowledge, Understanding and Skills

(Objective 1) Developing pupils as Individuals;

  • Explore how history has affected their personal identity, culture and lifestyle


Global Citizenship

Health and Well-being

Mental and Emotional Well-being; I know that friendship, caring, sharing, fairness, equality and love are important in building positive relationships. As I develop and value relationships, I care and show respect for myself and others.

I am learning skills and strategies which will support me in challenging times, particularly in relation to change and loss.

Social Studies

People, Past Events and Societies

  • I have developed a sense of my heritage and identity as a British, European or global citizen and can present arguments about the importance of respecting the heritage and identity of others.(SOC 4-02a)