Card Sort: Fox Hunting Debate

Card Sort: Fox Hunting Debate

Fox hunting has become for many an emotive issue with the views of the countryside and cities diverging other whether the sport is a cruel or natural past time. This resource aims to help students understand some of the key issues and help then come to a balanced conclusion on the morality of fox hunting. It be used alongside any main stream text book or video clip as a starter, mini plenary or a consolidation exercise. When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a single page Word Document which contains a learning objective, instructions, two heading cards as well as sixteen statements that can sorted to help summarise the arguments for and against the ban being lifted. The aims of this lesson / activity are: Theme: Rights and Responsibilities Know: What is Fox hunting and why was it banned? Understand: What are the arguments for and against lifting the ban on Fox hunting? Evaluate: Should the hunting of all animals be banned or is fox hunting a special case? WILF - What am I Looking For? Identify and describe - What is Fox hunting and why was it banned? Explain - the arguments for and against lifting the ban on fox hunting? Analyse - If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more quality time with the people who matter. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
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Criminal Justice System : Complete Citizenship Unit

Criminal Justice System : Complete Citizenship Unit

5 hour, highly-detailed Citizenship unit with 39 slide PowerPoint, complete written scheme of work, teacher introduction letter and 19 well-differentiated and easy to follow accompanying worksheets. This pack has been produced by the Criminal Cases Review Commission in conjunction with EC Resources and Tes. It is most suitably used as a Drop Down Day for KS3, but could easily be used for KS4 too. The unit of work follows the story of Lee, a young man who is convicted of murder. It is up to your class to investigate the crime through mock trials, examining fingerprints and DNA forensic clues and discovering new evidence - all whilst learning an incredible amount about the workings of the criminal justice system and the appeal process along the way. Is Lee guilty? If not, how can he prove it? Can you help? This exciting, engaging and active day has had fantastic feedback from trial schools so far and we know your students will enjoy it too. Please let us know how it goes by leaving us a review! You can find out more about the Criminal Cases Review Commission and the work they do here.
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Quiz Bundle: 5 Quizzes - Ideal  for End of Year / End of Term

Quiz Bundle: 5 Quizzes - Ideal for End of Year / End of Term

This bundle contains five one-hundred question quizzes. Ideal for end of year / end of term. Contents include End of Year 2018 Quiz Eggheads Summer Quiz Post Football World Cup Quiz Book Quiz Biology Quiz Click on the individual links for further details. All the quizzes are fully editable. Each quiz contains 100 questions, most contain multiple choice answers, with varying degrees of challenge. They can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the image on the bottom right-hand corner of each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. An answer sheet is provided to allow individuals/teams to record their answers. For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this ‘must have’ step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!
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SMSC Card Sorts

SMSC Card Sorts

These excellent resources have bundled together to give you outstanding value. The over a range of social, moral, spiritual and cultural issues that relate to a number of subjects. I plan to add additional resourced to this bundle so if you buy down you will be able to download the rest of my resources for free within this bundle. If you would like to know more then please click on each resource. They are aimed at the fully range of ability. You can cut them out and put them into an envelop for students to sort or you can get them to cut, sort and stick them into their books. Failing that they can create a key or use highlighters and stick the whole sheet into their books.
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Edexcel Democracy and Participation

Edexcel Democracy and Participation

All resources needed to teach democracy and participation in both the UK and USA. Includes; Political Parties Electoral systems Rights and Responsibilities Voting Behaviour Comparative Politics Includes regular assessments and essay questions throughout.
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The Law in Wales

The Law in Wales

In partnership with the Legal Education Foundation, Young Citizens’ has developed a set of free lesson plans examining the legal system in Wales. Did you know that the age of criminal responsibility in Wales is ten? In Scotland it is 12. In Wales you can legally leave full-time education at sixteen, whereas in England you have to be 18. Why the differences and is this fair? These are just some of the questions we explore in our brand new set of resources – The Law in Wales. Aimed at KS3 and 4 the lessons cover areas such as: Why do we have laws? How the law affects their day to day life How laws are made and how they can be changed Devolution and the impact it has had on Welsh law Want to access more high quality resources? SmartLaw is a programme from Young Citizens. Our aim is that all young people will leave school fully understanding their legal rights and responsibilities. We have a range of other topics available through the SmartLaw website including: Cyberbullying, Sexting, Human Rights, Police Powers, Youth Justice, and Consumer Law. Visit www.smartlaw.org.uk/resources
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Project: Creating A Political Party

Project: Creating A Political Party

A lesson and collection of resources to span a week of English lesson. The lesson attached explains the key aspects of what students need to complete while the booklet contains all of the necessary information to help students create the relevant resources for presentation. Each task has a simple and developed brief, easy to follow and allowing for students’ creativity and imagination to have free reign. Aimed at and successfully taught to mixed ability KS3 but skills are transferable and aspects could be used to prepare KS4 students for AQA Language P2 Q5- speech writing.
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Quiz: End of Year Quiz / Summer Quiz Bundle

Quiz: End of Year Quiz / Summer Quiz Bundle

This bundle contains two bumper 100 question end of year / summer quizzes. They are ideal resources for an assembly, a lesson or with a tutor group. Both quizzes contain 100 questions, most contain multiple choice answers, with varying degrees of challenge on. End of Year Quiz 2017/ 2018 News Sport General knowledge Famous People Picture Quiz TV and Film Music Literature Logo Picture Round Summer Quiz 2017-2018 News TV and Cinema Government and Politics General knowledge Celebrity Eggheads Picture Round Music Summer School The quizzes can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the bottom right image on each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. An answer sheet is provided to allow individuals/teams to record their answers. Click on the individual links for more details. For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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Double Lesson - GCSE Citizenship (9-1) History of the UK, Identity and Communities

Double Lesson - GCSE Citizenship (9-1) History of the UK, Identity and Communities

History of the UK Identity and Communities NEW GCSE Citizenship (9-1) This resource contains: 1 x PowerPoint for double lesson 120 min on Identity, Communities and Diversity in the UK 1 x PDF Hand-out Sheet These PowerPoint and PDF resources can be used to cover the GCSE Citizenship topic Identity, Communities and Diversity in the UK. This lesson material is designed to be used for between two and three teaching periods and includes activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, student hand-out (for use during lesson or as a homework), embedded URL links (where appropriate) plus, tasks and relevant information for students to use to learn about issues relating to the topic. AQA Specification covered is: Theme 1 Life in Modern Britain Edexcel Specification covered is: Theme A Living together in the UK OCR Specification covered is: Section 3 The UK and the Wider World Lesson Objectives: Secure: To understand some of the current political issues involving the UK. Extended: To be able to explain the history of the United Kingdom and explore the concept of community. Advanced: To evaluate the changing nature of the UK and how that impacts national Identity Level: NEW GCSE (9-1) OCR / EDEXCEL / AQA KS4 CPSHE Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter You may also want to check out our very popular GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Lessons, Assessments, Revision guides, trackers and work booklets. Here are a few examples: Active Citizenship Campaigning PLC Tracker Role of the Police Service Workbooklet History of the UK double Lesson
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Famous British Kings and Queens Top Stars Card Game set of 27 History End of Term Activity Posters

Famous British Kings and Queens Top Stars Card Game set of 27 History End of Term Activity Posters

Set of 27 British Kings and Queens Top Stars cards. Students choose a category and if theirs is higher than their friends’, they keep the played cards. Useful to give them a background of some of the main names from the periods. Includes a page of ‘backs’ so you can print back to back, double sided. They should print out the correct size for the smaller laminating pouch card sizes if you wanted to laminate them. Could also be printed larger for posters. Publisher and Pdf files included. Useful as a starter or end activity.
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Armed Forces Day or militarism?

Armed Forces Day or militarism?

This is a creative way to tackle controversial questions surrounding Remembrance, the armed forces, war and militarism. This attractive poster and the accompanying activities elicit debate and discussion about the reality and ethics of military involvement in British society. Armed Forces Day is a particularly relevant time to open up this discussion in your Citizenship, PSHE lessons and meet your SMSC requirements. It also lends itself to Philosophy for Children sessions at primary or secondary. Everything shown is ‘real’ - something that does happen on the streets of Britain. We’ve provided the resource as a PDF, an image and a clickable webpage (meaning you can click on individual parts of the image and see a related video, report or news story; students could explore this individually or be led through it on an a whiteboard. You can order printed hard copies (free, just pay postage) from http://bookshop.quaker.org.uk We’ve also suggested a range of activities to elicit interesting discussion in the attached document.
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Introduction to British Politics (KS3)

Introduction to British Politics (KS3)

A lesson designed to introduce a KS3 class to the world of British Politics. This lesson would eventually feed into a SOW in which students create their own political party. The lesson could also be used for PSCHE/PSCE or life skills. A range of implicit and explicit extraction tasks are included and all are focused on AO1. This lesson was successfully delivered to a middle ability Y8.
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Queen Elizabeth I, 1558 - 1603

Queen Elizabeth I, 1558 - 1603

This bundle of resources on Queen Elizabeth I, represents a great deal as you are saving 25% on some very popular and outstanding resources. They have all been field tested and refined in the classroom and are suitable for the full ability range 11 - 16. For full details, aims and objectives for each lesson, please click on the links for each resource. If you like these resources then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow ‘The History Academy’ on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
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Edexcel Politics UK- Key terms

Edexcel Politics UK- Key terms

for students studying edexcel government and politics includes key terms on; democracy and participation, pressure groups, electoral systems, constitution, prime minister and cabinet and parliament
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Edexcel Politics UK- essay plans

Edexcel Politics UK- essay plans

for students studying edexcel government and politics includes essay questions for topics including; democracy and participation, pressure groups and electoral systems
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Edexcel Politics-UK  Essay Plans

Edexcel Politics-UK Essay Plans

for students studying edexcel Government and Politics includes 30 essay plans on topics including the Constitution, Prime Minister and Cabinet, Parliament and the Judiciary
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5 of 8: The right to work

5 of 8: The right to work

Chapter 5 of 8: The right to work The Jarrow March; Ellen Wilkinson MP KS2: Informal writing, formal writing, methods of transport, planning a route, calculating distances (Writing, History, Geography, Maths) KS2: Editing written work, use of colour for emphasis, international contexts (Literacy, History, Art) KS3: Sequencing events, planning and editing a narrative, estimating distances, calculating distances, promoting a cause (English, Maths, Media, PSHE, History, Art) This is one section of our larger Freedom City Comics learning framework. To download all resources in one file, please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/freedom-city-comics-learning-framework-11919380 This learning framework and resources are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC). You can change this framework and share it with other people as long as you credit our project, but you can’t use it commercially. All artwork remains the copyright of the original artists. Freedom City Comics is our free comics anthology presenting snapshots of the history of civil rights and politics on Tyneside. It was created as part of Freedom City 2017. Contributors for this chapter: Thanks to all our Freedom City Comics contributors: • Sha Nazir, working with researcher Matt Perry • Managing editor is Britt Coxon; Editor in chief is Lydia Wysocki. KS2 curriculum links include: Science, Art, Citizenship, History, Politics, Writing, Literacy, Reading, Maths, Geography, Drama, Careers, PSHE. Key Stage 2 learning framework developed by Mike Thompson and Lydia Wysocki. KS3 curriculum links include: Media, Art, English, Modern Foreign Languages, History, Drama, PSHE, RE/Ethics, Geography, Maths. Key Stage 3 learning framework developed by Gary Bainbridge and Lydia Wysocki.
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4 of 8: The right to political participation

4 of 8: The right to political participation

Chapter 4 of 8: The right to political participation Miners’ mass demonstration for the right to vote (Joseph Cowen); Emily Wilding Davison and the Women’s Suffrage Movement KS2: Big numbers, rounding, estimating crowd sizes, storyboarding plans for a video, caricature (Reading, Writing, Literacy, History, Maths, Citizenship, Art) KS2: Evaluating sources for trustworthiness, voter turnout, plotting data on a graph (History, English, Maths, Citizenship) KS3: Comparing achievements, public art, monuments and controversy, writing a persuasive letter, comparing historical and contemporary viewpoints (History, English, Drama, Media, Art) This is one section of our larger Freedom City Comics learning framework. To download all resources in one file, please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/freedom-city-comics-learning-framework-11919380 This learning framework and resources are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC). You can change this framework and share it with other people as long as you credit our project, but you can’t use it commercially. All artwork remains the copyright of the original artists. Freedom City Comics is our free comics anthology presenting snapshots of the history of civil rights and politics on Tyneside. It was created as part of Freedom City 2017. Contributors for this chapter: • Mack Chater and Ian Mayor, working with researcher Joan Allen • Managing editor is Britt Coxon; Editor in chief is Lydia Wysocki. KS2 curriculum links include: Science, Art, Citizenship, History, Politics, Writing, Literacy, Reading, Maths, Geography, Drama, Careers, PSHE. Key Stage 2 learning framework developed by Mike Thompson and Lydia Wysocki. KS3 curriculum links include: Media, Art, English, Modern Foreign Languages, History, Drama, PSHE, RE/Ethics, Geography, Maths. Key Stage 3 learning framework developed by Gary Bainbridge and Lydia Wysocki.
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Freedom City Comics learning framework

Freedom City Comics learning framework

Freedom City Comics presents snapshots of the history of civil rights and politics on Tyneside. Each chapter focuses on a different era of the history of people and events in Newcastle and the North East. In addition to the free 16-page comic (https://research.ncl.ac.uk/fccomics/readthecomic/), we’ve worked with teachers to make this learning framework for KS2 and KS3. All the activities are designed as springboards for your own projects, lessons, and activities. This learning framework includes: outlines of suggested activities suggested links to National Curriculum KS2 and KS3, including ‘I Can…’ statements printable resources including: storyboard templates, writing frames, archive materials, biographical factfiles artists’ draft pages, to give young comics creators a look behind the scenes of how Freedom City Comics was made. KS2 curriculum links include: Science, Art, Citizenship, History, Politics, Writing, Literacy, Reading, Maths, Geography, Drama, Careers, PSHE. Key Stage 2 learning framework developed by Mike Thompson and Lydia Wysocki. KS3 curriculum links include: Media, Art, English, Modern Foreign Languages, History, Drama, PSHE, RE/Ethics, Geography, Maths. Key Stage 3 learning framework developed by Gary Bainbridge and Lydia Wysocki. This learning framework and resources are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC). You can change this framework and share it with other people as long as you credit our project, but you can’t use it commercially. All artwork remains the copyright of the original artists. The 7 chapters of Freedom City Comics are linked by the themes of freedom highlighted by Dr Martin Luther King Jr in his 1967 Newcastle speech: “There are three urgent and indeed great problems that we face not only in the United States of America but all over the world today. That is the problem of racism, the problem of poverty and the problem of war…” -Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Speech on Receipt of Honorary Doctorate in Civil Law, November 13, 1967, University of Newcastle upon Tyne Made as part of Freedom City 2017, our 16-page comic is a collaboration between comics artist-writers and academic researchers. Full credits and the full digital comic are available FREE to read on our project website https://research.ncl.ac.uk/fccomics/, as well as individual chapters.
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GCSE Citizenship (9-1)  -  Role of the Police Service

GCSE Citizenship (9-1) - Role of the Police Service

Role of the Police Service GCSE Citizenship (9-1) 8 PAGE study work booklet of classroom-ready activities will enthuse and engage students, and ensure they get the most from their Citizenship GCSE (9-1-2016 onwards course.) This booklet has been created by a dedicated team of Citizenship experts and is matched against the new curriculum specifications set by the exam board. It can be used to teach the topic of Role of the Police Service, through a range of stimulating exercises, encouraging discussion and liven up lessons through structured engagement between students. This Booklet Contains: o Revision Summary Topic Map o Contemporary case studies around this topic o A clear focus on key terms and literacy based activities o Differentiated Exam Questions and Practice o 8 pages of ready-to-use student worksheets designed to be written on o A wide range of activities, to suit all types of learners. o Minimal preparation required – Just print and go! o Discussion activities included in with every case study, challenging your most able students o Links to online digital and flipped learning activities Can be used for a whole lesson or two on Role of the Police Service, or as a recap/revision tool on key issues. They can also be used to encourage a flipped learning environment. Fully matched to cover all specification content for GCSE Citizenship. The learning objectives for this work booklet are: o To examine the operation of the justice system in England and Wales. o To understand the role of the police force in society and as part of the legal system. This resource will engage, educate and motivate your students – fantastic for quick and easy planning! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter You may also want to check out our very popular GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Lessons, Assessments, Revision guides, trackers and work booklets. Here are a few examples: Active Citizenship Campaigning PLC Tracker NGO’s Workbooklet History of the UK double Lesson
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Citizenship Introduction Unit

Citizenship Introduction Unit

A 7 hour KS3 ‘Introduction to Citizenship’ Unit. The unit covers what exactly citizenship is, how our government system works in the UK, how the law affects young people, how we can be active citizens, human rights, different forms of government and immigration. This unit was originally used as the first unit the Year 7s would take in Citizenship, but has since been added to and improved. The original written unit plan is included and everything is entirely editable too. This includes 7 x 1 hour PowerPoints, dozens of worksheets and clips clips, well differentiated activities and engaging tasks. Useful for PSHCE / Citizenship or British Values. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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British Values : The Criminal Justice System

British Values : The Criminal Justice System

British Values / Citizenship lesson. An hour long, fully resourced lesson with all about the structure and workings of the British Criminal Justice System . The three-level differentiated lesson is filled with engaging, well structured and fun activities and could be used as a KS3 or KS4 lesson, or slightly amended and used as the basis for a Citizenship GCSE lesson. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes). This lesson could be used for Citizenship, SMSC or PSHCE. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: MORE PSHE RESOURCES .
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2018 Send My Friend Primary Teachers Pack

2018 Send My Friend Primary Teachers Pack

Join the Send My Friend to School campaign to signal your support for making schools safe and get your FREE teaching resource pack with everything you need to bring the campaign to life in your classroom - including films, real life stories and activities.
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Expository Reading Comprehension- The Importance of Justice and Peace: Gandhi

Expository Reading Comprehension- The Importance of Justice and Peace: Gandhi

Students will read a timeline of Gandhi’s life and legendary career as a peacemaker, then answer comprehension questions which call for inference and use of text evidence. Students will also complete a writing prompt that targets comparing and contrasting. Why it’s useful: This is perfect for readers to integrate reading comprehension skills such as citing text evidence, using inference, use of chronological nonfiction text structure, compare and contrast, and it throws in a writing prompt. **Who it’s for: **Teachers and students who need a meaningful expository text activity that assesses reading comprehension, or that fits into a unit about social justice, equal rights, or history. **What’s included: **A timeline of Gandhi’s life, written in paragraph chunks (chronological nonfiction text structure), comprehension questions and writing prompt, with lines included so the packet can be turned in as a completed assessment. An answer key for the questions is also included.
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Edexcel Politics A Level - 75+ Example Essay Questions (Papers 1 and 2)

Edexcel Politics A Level - 75+ Example Essay Questions (Papers 1 and 2)

A collection of essay questions for Paper 1 and Paper 2, written in the format of the Edexcel exam for the new, 2017 specification. Topics covered: Democracy and Participation Political Parties Electoral systems Voting behaviour and the Media Socialism Liberalism Conservatism The constitution Parliament The PM and the executive Relationships between the branches Anarchism
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British Values Drop Down Day

British Values Drop Down Day

Drop Down Day Pack - A set of 6 lessons to cover a Drop Down Day (6 hours) introducing British Values to KS3 and KS4 The Drop Down Day was put together for Year 8 originally, but all the resources are editable and well-differentiated so it could be used with any year group KS4 / KS3 with a tweak or so. The Drop Down Day covers an introduction to British Democracy, how laws are made, British Identity, British Liberties, a history of British Democracy and Tolerance in modern Britain. All these individual lessons have been rated very highly by Tes users and are tried and tested in my own department. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources HERE
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Introduction to Citizenship Drop Down Day

Introduction to Citizenship Drop Down Day

Drop Down Day Pack - A set of 6 lessons to cover a Drop Down Day (6 hours) introducing Citizenship to KS3. The Drop Down Day was put together for Year 7 originally, but all the resources are editable and well-differentiated so it could be used with any year group KS4 / KS3 with a tweak or so. The Drop Down Day covers an introduction to Citizenship, rights + responsibilities, Human Rights and focusing on how we can be active and positive citizens both in the UK and for the rest of the world. All these individual lessons have been rated very highly by Tes users and are tried and tested in my own department. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources HERE
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