I have taught in Secondary Schools in the Northwest for over 10 years. I have been Head of Department for Citizenship, PSHRE, Religious Studies and Sociology. I have also worked in a Special Needs Primary for two years as well as lecturing at University on the LLB degree. I love making high quality resources that are inclusive and non-specialist friendly. My shop includes lessons, PPT's, workpacks & assessment materials that can be adapted to meet individual schools' and teacher needs.

pptx, 5.61 MB
pptx, 5.61 MB
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A ready to use lesson (from KS3 upwards) to meet the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable Powerpoint with 60 minutes worth of material.
Learning Intentions:
 I can analyse what factors make sex ‘safe’
 I can evaluate the effectiveness of different methods of contraception
 I can offer my critique on readiness for sex and give guidance on appropriate methods of contraception in problem-based scenarios

The lesson allows students to discuss the issue of sex in a mature manner. The lesson challenges students to consider what makes sex ‘safe’ and the different levels of ‘readiness’. The law is also discussed, as well as the topic of consent. Students are challenged to learn about the effectiveness and types of contraception available, before being asked to apply them to scenario-based problems.

The Lesson includes:
 PowerPoint -10 slides
 Resources- Readiness Matching task, Sex Quiz, Types of Contraception Table with Scenario Worksheet (all made using Word)

PowerPoint and resources are in comic sans, with size 14 font and slides have a yellow background to ensure that it is SEN inclusive. The lesson includes differentiated learning tasks that challenge students to be critical thinkers. The lesson includes assessment for learning opportunities and develops wider literacy skills.
The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested timings. The Lesson and resources are non-specialist friendly.
Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff across inner city schools in the Northwest.
If you want to save time and want all your resources in one place, why not download the Student Workpack for this lesson, which has everything included which can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and support lower ability students. Also download the lesson on Consent which can be found at the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes, along with other PSHRE and Citizenship lessons.

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