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Our Life Skills Program

Lifestars Key Life Skills

Communication/Teamwork - this is the most desired skill by employers and is often restricted in children with additional support needs.

Trust - this helps to build relationships and give a sense of belonging.

Leadership - the world needs leaders, in fact, children who see the world differently often make the best leaders. 

Pride - having pride motivates people to do their best, giving an overall sense of achievement, belief and happiness.

Confidence - this provides the basis of overcoming many of life's barriers.


Implementing the 5 Key Skills

Our key life and social skills are obtained through active learning and sport. We have a program of activities which are inclusive and adapted to suit the needs of every child. Each of our activities focuses on developing at least one of the key life skills. At Dyce Academy, the skills gained from our program is then consolidated and used in a larger setting through attending Sport Aberdeen events in their Additional Support Needs calendar.

Interested in our program for your school? Contact us below.

Julia is a LifeSTAR

We are immensely proud to announce that Julia, our wheelchair basketball superstar, secured a fantastic SECOND place in the National Junior Championships alongside the Scotland White U14's team.

Over an exciting weekend in the first weekend of August, she showcased her exceptional shooting skills at the @worcester_uni arena, joined by the support of her family. They also enjoyed a lovely family holiday through this experience.

This remarkable accomplishment was made possible due to the Lifestars efforts and support - supporting Julia by covering the mandatory expenses for her to travel and compete.

Julia was selected as part of the Scotland White U14’s team through Lifestars’, introducing Julia to the @grampianflyerswb session.

Big applause to our sponsors for helping us to transform children's dreams into reality ⭐

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