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Healthy Relationships - Social Life & Scenarios

Healthy Relationships - Social Life & Scenarios

A lesson exploring healthy relationships and social situations that teens may find themselves in. Created for KS4, PSCHE, Pastoral or Tutor Time resources. Especially designed for inner-city youth, or those displaying disengaged/at-risk behaviour. Interactive exercises with worksheets included (examples of peer scenarios for students to discuss). Skills used in this session: critical thinking, group work, problem solving and reflection. Designed for a one hour lesson. Powerpoint and one worksheet. Resources can be edited and adapted for your classes.
educateandempower
Find the Smuggler! Drugs Game for PSHE

Find the Smuggler! Drugs Game for PSHE

Children play Find the Smuggler in role as Heathrow Airport security who are looking for who the drugs smuggler is from a list of suspects. Great way to get children involved in PSHE/drugs education.
orangedaisy86
Top Trumps Drug Dealing

Top Trumps Drug Dealing

This resource is a fun interactive game in which you split your students into two groups and let them play top trumps, on the top trumps are the Class, the Risk, and Average Income and the Hourly Rate. I have also created some common jobs with the same information on to demonstrate how low wage drug dealing is, It also has the physical and mental risks which allow conversations to open up. On the pictures I have used images of popular movies which often glamourise drug use. This also can start some very engaging conversations.
saxone
KS3 Dance - My Name is Cocaine

KS3 Dance - My Name is Cocaine

Throughout this scheme pupils will be taught to compose, perform and appreciate differing varieties of dance. Pupils will learn how to create and develop material that communicates the powerful message of the dangers of drug addiction. Pupils will be expected to respond to a stimuli, drawing from their differing reactions and emotions to create modern choreography telling a story. Pupils will learn to develop movement though the use of level, canon and unison, working in particular on lifts and floor work. Pupils will be discussing mature and sensitive content throughout the scheme, watching videos and using stimuli designed to test their conceptions and enhance their understanding. This scheme of work tackles a serious contemporary issue of drug taking. Attention to the characteristics of drugs, the effect on behaviour and the emotional state of an addict provide both the narrative for the dance and the focus for the development of expressive skills. The key priority for this scheme of work is for pupils to use dance as a medium to express their thoughts and feeling about a serious social issue - alongside the physical challenges of creating the dance are the opportunities to discuss concerns relating to drugs.
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