Crossroads is a mandatory 25-hour program designed to help senior students address issues of health,
Safety and wellbeing at a time when they face significant changes and challenges in their lives. It aims to prepare and support these students as they encounter situations related to identity, independence and their changing responsibilities.
Studying this unit of work, students gain an understanding of the importance of caring and respectful relationships and identify the qualities that are essential in developing and sustaining a productive relationship. Students explore ways to establish and maintain caring and respectful relationships whilst developing skills to cope and support others in times of need. The importance of interpersonal skills is investigated with a focus on communication.