This detailed 21 page PSHE / RSE workbook has been created for the new PSHE / RSE and Health 2020 Statutory Guidance (specifically unhealthy relationships) and focuses on what to look out for in controlling and bullying / coercive relationships. It contains all of the information needed to learn about the topic in the first few pages, then the rest of the booklet is full of activities to complete.
The booklet is differentiated and great for recording progress in PSHE. It’s easy to print and editable (as it comes in a portrait-version ready to print PowerPoint as well as a PDF version) - so you can always amend it for your students. This could be left as cover (as appropriate to the class and cover teacher) as there’s nothing explicit on the relationships side of things and all of the terminology is carefully explained. No internet access needed.
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Whole School literacy activities
Editable, optional assessment pack (with an example of how to fill it in, as shown as a healthy lives assessment)
There is a PowerPoint lesson pack which can be used in conjunction with this workbook (although you don’t need to use them together, each pack is discrete), which can be found here: Unhealthy + Controlling Relationships
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