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GCSE Citizenship Resources

GCSE Citizenship Resources

Contains four essential GCSE Citizenship Resources A PLC Checklist A Curriculum Mapping and planning document Active Citizenship Campaigning document Brexit and EU Quiz 16 x Revision Cards Other popular Careers Resources include - See Below.. Free Careers Student Passport Careers and Enterprise Drop Down Days Educational UCAS and Careers Quiz Simple Introduction to Careers Unit Back to School Quiz Fast Food and Healthy Eating Quiz These resources work well with my other popular GCSE Citizenship Resources… Citizenship GCSE assessment Bundle 9-1 NEW GCSE New GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Government and Politics Unit New GCSE Citizenship 9-1 British constitution and Politics Unit New GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Rights and Responsibilities Unit Community and Multicultural Britain NATO, WTO and the Commonwealth
bkingsnorth
International Day for the Abolition of Slavery Assembly/Lesson Pack

International Day for the Abolition of Slavery Assembly/Lesson Pack

A detailed PowerPoint ideal for an assembly or lesson or both. Takes the children through these key question: Why is this day special? When did it start? What is the UN and its Charter? Who are the General Assembly? What is slavery? Is there slavery today? How does modern slavery happen? What symbol represents today? Why? Do you agree with these famous quotes about slavery? How do people celebrate today? How can we bring stop slavery? There are then tasks children could complete in a lesson: Task 1 - Design a symbol to represent this day, use the ideas provided. Task 2 - Write a poem to raise awareness of modern slavery. Task 3 - Write a short story about starting your dream job and what you would do if you came across inequality or people being taken advantage of in the workplace. Writing templates provided. Lots of opportunities for discussion and higher level thinking. All concepts explained clearly. Relevant for KS2 and KS3. All reviews welcome.
teachallenjoy
P4C (Philosophy for Children) - Countdown to Christmas John Lewis advert enquiry

P4C (Philosophy for Children) - Countdown to Christmas John Lewis advert enquiry

Here is an outstanding Christmas themed lesson plan with links to video stimulus. The resources can be used as a stimulus for P4C (Philosophy for Children) lessons or to structure a class discussion. The stimulus is intended to guide the children to a discussion on rights and wrongs, consequences, behaviour, responsibility and choices. The activity will support the children to improve their critical thinking and discussion skills in a fun way. The themes are easy to access for students of all ages as their moral topics make them relevant for children (or adults) with a range of life experiences.
la.jonquille
P4C (Philosophy for Children) Christmas Themed  Naughty List Enquiry

P4C (Philosophy for Children) Christmas Themed Naughty List Enquiry

Here is an outstanding Christmas themed lesson plan with stimulus and resources encouraging children to develop their reasoning skills. The resources can be used as a stimulus for P4C (Philosophy for Children) lessons or to structure a class discussion. The children are responsible to decide which people / fictional characters / fairytale characters (depending on age / experience) should be included on Santa's Naughty / Nice list. The stimulus is intended to guide the children to a discussion on rights and wrongs, consequences, behaviour, responsibility and choices. The activity will support the children to improve their critical thinking and discussion skills in a fun way. The themes are easy to access for students of all ages as their moral topics make them relevant for children (or adults) with a range of life experiences.
la.jonquille
Samaritans Christmas Shoebox Appeal Assembly! #ReadyToGo!

Samaritans Christmas Shoebox Appeal Assembly! #ReadyToGo!

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don't really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes ----------------- ALL SALES GOES TO SAMARATIONS! ----------------- I created this resource to be used as an assembly for the Samaritans Christmas Shoebox Appeal. It a FULL, READY TO GO assembly. It’s suitable for any age group, within secondary school. Focuses, on what the cause is about and how students can contribute towards this by donating and creating shoeboxes. Incorporates Gospel Values focuses of Service and Sacrifice and key bible teachings. From the history of the appeal to what impacts the boxes can have on children’s lives. Includes a short video and concepts of joy, love and hope at Christmas time. Show students how and what to include in their shoeboxes. Concludes with a prayer to reflect upon. ************************************************************************************************************************ If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
AllRoundResources
Outstanding P4C (Philosophy for Children) Christmas themed lesson

Outstanding P4C (Philosophy for Children) Christmas themed lesson

Here is an outstanding Christmas themed lesson plan with stimulus and resources covering the theme of morals. The resources can be used as a stimulus for P4C (Philosophy for Children) lessons or to structure a class discussion. The lesson encourages the children to look at different scenarios and to place them on a line between Naughty and Nice. The children will use their reasoning skills to explain to their peers why they believe the certain point e.g. Lying to Santa Claus should go at a certain point on the concept line. The stimulus is intended to guide the children to a discussion on rights and wrongs, consequences, behaviour, responsibility and choices. The activity will support the children to improve their critical thinking and discussion skills in a fun way. The themes are easy to access for students of all ages as their moral topics make them relevant for children (or adults) with a range of life experiences.
la.jonquille
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Play

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Play

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Play This re-telling of the original story stays true to the plot - with just a small twist at the end. Oh, and anyone wishing to play the original 'delightfully wholesome' Dorothy may be in for a bit of a shock! There is also a Christmas version of this class play or assembly - with, as you would expect, a few Xmas additions! This is available as a separate purchase. Cast of 30 (with some doubling up) Duration: Around 30 minutes not including the music suggestions. Also available: · The Wizard of Oz Guided Reading Scripts (10 of these, with 6 speakers each; around 3 minutes each – total reading time around 30 minutes Sample Text: Wicked Witch: Now. Where have that little gang of misfits got to? I don’t suppose anyone would miss them! Narrator: Whatever do you mean, ma’am? ‘Miss them’? Wicked Witch: Oh, haven’t you heard? I’m about to wipe them off the face of Oz! Good riddance I say! Narrator: (Gasping) You what? But you can’t! Wicked Witch: Oh really? Just watch me! (Enter Dorothy, Toto, Scarecrow, Tin Woodman and Cowardly Lion) Wicked Witch: Ah here they all are! Right on cue! Like lambs to the slaughter! (Sound of wolves howling) Wicked Witch: Bring on the wolves! (Enter wolves – who are then all ‘knocked out’ by Tin Woodman) (Whole cast cheers, as Tin Woodman waves his axe triumphantly) (Exit wolves, rubbing their heads) Wicked Witch: (To Tin Woodman) Hey! That’s no way to treat my pets! I’ll report you to the RSPCA! (Sound of Crows ‘cawing’) Wicked Witch: Bring on the crows! (Enter crows. Scarecrow pulls a silly face and they all retreat in terror) (Whole cast cheers, as Scarecrow struts up and down triumphantly) Wicked Witch: Hey! What happened to my crows? Narrator: (Pointing to Scarecrow) Well, he is a scarecrow, remember? (Wicked Witch stamps her foot in disgust) (Sound of bees buzzing) Wicked Witch: Bring on the black bees! (Enter bees. Each ‘stings’ Tin Woodman then ‘drops down dead’) (Whole cast cheers as Tin Woodman struts around victoriously) Wicked Witch: (Shrieking) Now what? What has happened to my black bees? Narrator: Er, I think you’ll find they just all died. Isn’t that what bees do, once they have stung? Wicked Witch: (Shaking fist) Drat! And double drat! Why didn’t I think of that? (Sound of marching feet) Wicked Witch: Bring on my Winkie Soldiers! (Enter Winkie Soldiers, marching purposefully towards ‘the group’) (Lion lets out a huge roar and the soldiers all panic and run away in terror) (Whole cast cheers as Cowardly Lion struts around triumphantly) (Wicked Witch screams her dismay) Wicked Witch: Right! That’s it! You’ve asked for it this time!
suesplays
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Christmas Play

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Christmas Play

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Christmas Play Cast of 30 (with some doubling up) Duration: around 30 minutes (without music suggestions) This is a fun, simple to produce a class play or assembly - it can also be used for panto purposes. After writing the set of guided reading scripts based on the story, I couldn't resist writing another play whilst the story and characters were still fresh in my head! Though Dorothy is not quite as 'wholesome' as in the original story and the Wizard of Oz is a little more 'versatile' in this version! Also available: • The Wizard of Oz Guided Reading Scripts (10 of these, with 6 speakers each; around 3 minutes each – total reading time around 30 minutes) • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Play – the non-Xmas version! Sample Text: (Toto reluctantly wags tail at Dorothy) Dorothy: (Patting Toto on the head) That’s better! An obedient pooch! Now we can get the show on the road! Toto: But, just as a matter of interest, what happened to that other Dorothy – the one I rehearsed with? Dorothy: (Dismissively) Oh didn’t you hear? She got caught up in one too many cyclones! Nasty business if you don’t get it right! (Sound of howling wind, followed by long scream) Music 2 Ding Dong the Witch is Dead Narrator: Good heavens! What on earth was that? (Enter Good Witch of the North, with great panache and thunderous applause from the cast, carrying a pair of silver shoes. She is accompanied by three Munchkins) Good Witch: (Curtseying to the cast) Ah thank you so much! (Cast continues to clap and cheer) Good Witch: Oh now, really. You’re too kind! Dorothy: (Scowling) I’ll say! How come I didn’t get that kind of reception? Good Witch: Oh dear! What’s with the scowly face? That’s not very pretty, dear! Toto: (To Good Witch) I think she’s a bit put out – that you seem to have stolen the show! Good Witch: (Incredulously) Stolen the show? Me? The Good Witch of the North? With all my panache and presence? Oh, surely not? (Good Witch twirls and beams broadly from ear to ear) Good Witch: (To Dorothy) I bet you too have loads of superstar qualities! (Pauses) Only, you’re just keeping them rather well hidden! Dorothy: Huh! I’ll have you know, some of us have business to attend to! Good Witch: Well, I have to hand it to you. Killing the Wicked Witch of the East was pretty smart! Toto: (Exclaiming) She what? Good Witch: (Waving silver shoes around) Oh yes! And here’s the evidence! Bit of inspiration, my dear, landing that house directly on top of the witch! Here are her shoes, all that’s left of her!
suesplays
The Eggheads Christmas Quiz 2017 - 100 Crackin' Questions Interactive PowerPoint Quiz

The Eggheads Christmas Quiz 2017 - 100 Crackin' Questions Interactive PowerPoint Quiz

This resource is a highly visual, fully editable and interactive, 100 question PowerPoint Christmas quiz. It is an ideal resource for an assembly, a lesson or with a tutor group. The quiz contains 100 questions, most contain multiple choice answers, with varying degrees of challenge. It is divided into six sections - Christmas Themed General Knowledge - Christmas Literature - Christmas TV and Movies - Christmas Music and Songs - Christmas Around The World - Christmas Picture Round The quiz can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the question mark image on each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. A question and answer sheet are provided to allow individuals / teams to record their answers. Sample questions: (Most questions contain 3 multiple choice answers.) 1. In which country does Santa have his own personal postcode - HOH OHO? 2. Who banned Christmas in England between 1647 and 1660? 3. What happened at Christmas in England for the last time in 1960? 4. Which two states in the United States of America have towns called Christmas? 5. What is ‘pfefferkuchenhaus’? 6. If you were given ‘frumenty’ at Christmas (in medieval times), what would you do with it? 7. Which book begins with “Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without any presents”? 8. What did Dumbledore swap his pointed wizard’s hat for at Christmas dinner in ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone’? 9. What is the name of the reindeer belonging to Kristoff in the Disney film Frozen? 10. In the 2017 movie ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas’ who is the main character? Also suitable for SEN students due to the highly visual nature of resource and multiple choice format. 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!
Krazikas
Gift of Reading Christmas Assembly, Fundraising Kit and Competition

Gift of Reading Christmas Assembly, Fundraising Kit and Competition

United World Schools is a UK registered charity dedicated to improving education for some of the world's poorest children. We've created an informative assembly about our schools in Cambodia, Myanmar and Nepal that could help your school kickstart a fundraising campaign to share the Gift of Reading. The resource includes an Assembly PowerPoint Presentation, Teachers' Notes and a Student Fundraising Kit. Plus, there's information for participating schools on how to enter our Storybook Competition and some engaging classroom ideas to get students started.
anna207