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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.

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.
Grooming -Lesson and Workpack
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Grooming -Lesson and Workpack

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A ready to use lesson (suitbale from KS3 upwards) with student Workpack to meet the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable Powerpoint and Workpack, with 60 minutes worth of material. Colourful and engaging, no need to print and cut resources. The Workpack includes space for student self-assessment and teacher comments to aid quick directed marking. Learning Intentions:  I can define grooming using examples  I can categorise risk factors  I can distinguish between the short-term and long-term impacts of grooming The Lesson and Workpack focuses on encouraging students to explore the dangers of grooming both online and in person. The video includes an informative video which serves as a case study and acts to dispel the myth that grooming only affects females. The lesson has activities that strengthen literacy and research skills, whilst allowing students to examine the stages of grooming in more detail. Students are challenged to question the motives around behaviours they may be exposed to and are supported to identify the impact grooming can have on individuals. The Lesson and Workpack are non-specialist friendly. 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. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested timings. The Lesson includes:  PowerPoint -9 slides  Workpack-6 pages (3 when double sided) 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. For more Citizenship and PSHRE lesson, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. This lesson is once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study. Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. No Sharing of Derivatives (except to teach) — if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material except to those people you teach.
Eating Disorders Lesson and Workpack
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Eating Disorders Lesson and Workpack

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A ready to use lesson complete with Workpack for individual students to complete. No need for books! Colourful and engaging! Lesson meets the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable PowerPoint and Workpack allowing you to insert your school logo. 60 minutes worth of material, and space for student self-assessment and teacher comments to aid quick directed marking and goal setting. Learning Intentions:  I can outline reasons why eating disorders could begin  I can explain the differences between eating disorders  I can evaluate how eating disorders can affect a person’s mental health and behaviours The lesson encourages students to discuss the sensitive issue of eating disorders in a mature and respectful manner. The lesson teaches students the signs and symptoms of eating disorders and the difference between Anorexia, Bulimia and Binge Eating. Students learn to dispel myth from fact and the lesson includes the Freddie Flintoff case study via an embedded video clip. The lessons allows students to think of sources of help and support and challenges them to design their own App that could be used to help people living with eating disorders. The Lesson includes:  PowerPoint -13 slides  Workpack-uses Publisher (6 pages -3 when double sided) PowerPoint and Workpack is in comic sans, size 14 and Powerpoint 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. The Workpack can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and lower ability students, that may require more processing time and reference points. The Workpack doubles up as a Knowledge Organiser. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested times, to aid teachers. Tried and tested lesson, used by both specialist and non-specialist staff across inner city schools in the Northwest. To supplement this lesson, download the Body Image and the Gender, Expression and Sexuality lessons by visiting the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. Not for resale. The purchase of this resource allows you to: Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. However, no sharing – you have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study.
Bullying
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Bullying

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson complete with resources to meet the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable PowerPoint with 60 minutes worth of material. Learning Intentions:  I can explain what is classed as bullying and categorise the different types.  I can evaluate the short-term and long-term effects of bullying.  I can suggest and compare the various ways that people can respond to bullying, as well as how to seek help and support. The Lesson focuses on encouraging students to identify what constitutes bullying. Students explore the different types of bullying and how to respond to bullying through scenario based tasks. PowerPoint and Lessons are in comic sans, size 14 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 an optional homework task. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested times to aid teachers. The Lesson includes:  Powerpoint  Response to bullying worksheet If you want to save time and want all your resources in one place, why not download the Student Workpack which has everything included which can be also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students. Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff used across inner city schools in the northwest. For more Citizenship and PSHE, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. After buying and downloading this lesson it is not for resale. You can: Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. However, no Sharing of derivatives (except to teach) — if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material except to those people you teach.
Themes A, B & C Revision Materials
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Themes A, B & C Revision Materials

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Engaging and creative revision materials for GCSE Edexcel Citizenship. Resource 1 is a League Revision sheet whereby students can play alone or in pairs. Students are challenged to answer each question in each division (Theme A, theme B and Theme C) once they are unable to they stop and record their score for that division. Fun and exciting, generates competition and engages lower ability/passive learners. Resource 2 is equally as fun. Domino cards on topics from within Themes A to C. Once printed and cut give x1 set to each student. The student has to be able to match two ends of one domino by using an appropriate link. Students must be able to justify this link. The aim is to get from the ‘Start’ to the Finish’ once done students can write how each domino end links around it, serving as excellent revision and retrieval in preparation for mocks/exams. For more new and active revision materials please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ Once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study. Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. No Sharing of Derivatives (except to teach) — if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material except to those people you teach.
Topic thinking/Revision Mat Template
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Topic thinking/Revision Mat Template

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A stand alone mat that can be used at the start of a topic/end of topic. It can be used for any age group from KS2- A’ Level. Editable, using Word, Comic Sans. Simple and effective resource to stimulate knowledge retrieval and to strengthen and deepen understanding of a topic. Excellent for revision and to generate links between themes/concepts. The resource encourages students to widen and extend their knowledge and to think outside of the box. The teacher simply places an image in the middle related to the topic and students have to complete each statement box. This can be used as revision for GCSE to consolidate ideas, notes, facts, theories etc. Can be used and changed multiple times by staff. Good for a quick fire starter or as a homework/research task. Promotes independant study skills and critical thinking.
Puberty Lesson
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Puberty Lesson

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson to meet the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable Powerpoint with 60 minutes worth of material. Learning Intentions:  I can outline a range of changes that happen during puberty  I can organise the changes into three distinct categories  I can apply my knowledge by constructing appropriate advice in scenario-based tasks The Lesson and Workpack focuses on encouraging students to explore the stages of puberty and to discuss maturely the impact puberty can have on everyday lives. Students consider not only the physical changes, but also the way puberty may effect social and mental health. The lesson focuses on correct use of terminology and developing literacy. Students are encouraged to demonstrate knowledge through scenario-based tasks and are given opportunity to reflect on how the lesson made them feel. The Lesson includes resources that are non-specialist friendly. 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. In this lesson students are encouraged to demonstrate their knowledge and strengthen their literacy skills. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested timings. The Lesson includes:  PowerPoint -8 slides  Resources- 4 sheets (easy to print and cut) Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff used 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. For more Citizenship and PSHRE lesson, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. This lesson is once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study. Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. No Sharing of Derivatives (except to teach) — if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material except to those people you teach.
Families and Relationships
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Families and Relationships

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson to meet the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable Powerpoint with 60 minutes worth of material. Minimal resources needed (two slides need printing) Learning Intentions:  I can offer a variety of examples of how families influence individual identity  I can distinguish between behaviours and characteristics that are healthy and unhealthy in relationships  I can evaluate the difference between the formal and informal types of relationships that people can have. The Lesson focuses on encouraging students to reflect on the role of the family and to evaluate the different types of families in UK society. Students learn about marriage and divorce as well as what behaviours and characteristics make a healthy/unhealthy relationship. The Lesson includes resources that are non-specialist friendly. 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. Students are encouraged to demonstrate their knowledge and strengthen literacy skills. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested timings. The Lesson includes:  Powerpoint -14 slides Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff used 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 which has everything included which can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students. For more Citizenship and PSHRE lesson, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. This lesson is once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study. Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. No Sharing of Derivatives (except to teach) — if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material except to those people you teach.
Online Safety Lesson
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Online Safety Lesson

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson to meet the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable Powerpoint with 60 minutes worth of material. Learning Intentions:  I can analyse the pros and cons of the internet and online forms of communication  I can evaluate the wider risks associated with using the internet  I can construct arguments for and against allowing children to use the internet The Lesson and Workpack focuses on encouraging students to be aware of both the positives and negatives of going ‘online’ and to reflect on their own usage. The lesson supplements the teaching of Grooming, as well as Cyber Bullying and Social Media. The lesson challenges students through enquiry and problem-based scenario to work towards completing a summative write up in which they have to compare and evaluate whether children should be allowed to go online. This develops opinion wiring and introduces essay format, as students are supported to structure arguments for and against the statement. The Lesson includes resources that are non-specialist friendly. 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 optional homework task. In this lesson students are encouraged to demonstrate their knowledge and strengthen their literacy skills. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested timings. The Lesson includes:  PowerPoint -11 slides  DIN Worksheet-I would, I have, I would never Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff used 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. For more Citizenship and PSHRE lesson, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. This lesson is once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study.
Social Media
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Social Media

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson to meet the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable Powerpoint with 60 minutes worth of material. Learning Intentions:  I can describe what social media is using examples  I can compare the positives and negative impact of social media use.  I can suggest whether the legalities and age limits, surrounding social media should be changed. The Lesson focuses on encouraging students to reflect on the positives yet also negatives of social media. The lesson introduces the idea of defamation, cancelling, censorship and harassment. The Lesson includes resources that are non-specialist friendly. 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 with students encouraged to demonstrate their knowledge and strengthen literacy skills. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested timings. The Lesson includes:  PowerPoint -14 slides  Social Media thinking Points Worksheet Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff used 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. For more Citizenship and PSHRE lesson, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. This lesson is once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study. Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study.
Harassment and Upskirting Lesson
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Harassment and Upskirting Lesson

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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. Resources are on both Word and Publisher. Learning Intentions:  I can define and explain what constitute harassment in law  I can apply my knowledge to problem-based scenarios  I can formulate a persuasive argument as to why Upskirting should be illegal. The Lesson focuses on encouraging students to debate what is classed as harassment and to categorise the types of behaviours. Students also learn about Upskirting and the law and are encouraged to debate controversial statements in teams. Students are assessed through a speech writing task whereby they have to persuasively argue why upskirting should be a crime. The activity is fun and engaging allowing for students to develop critical thinking skills. The Lesson includes:  PowerPoint -8 slides  Resources- Harassment or Not scenario sheet, debate team cards, DIN definition starter slips, Opinion writing structure slips, types of harassment sorting bubble worksheet 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 (no need for resources), which has everything included which can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and support lower ability students. For more Citizenship and PSHRE lesson, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. This lesson is once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study. Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. No Sharing of Derivatives (except to teach) — if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material except to those people you teach.
Puberty -Lesson and Workpack
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Puberty -Lesson and Workpack

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson complete with Workpack for individual students to complete. No need for books! No resources needed! Colourful and engaging! Lesson meets the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable PowerPoint and Workpack allowing you to insert your school logo. 60 minutes worth of material, and space for student self-assessment and teacher comments, to aid quick directed marking. Learning Intentions:  I can outline a range of changes that happen during puberty  I can organise the changes into three distinct categories  I can apply my knowledge by constructing appropriate advice in scenario-based tasks The Lesson and Workpack focuses on encouraging students to explore the stages of puberty and to discuss maturely the impact puberty can have on everyday lives. Students consider not only the physical changes, but also the way puberty may effect social and mental health. The lesson focuses on correct use of terminology and developing literacy. Students are encouraged to demonstrate knowledge through scenario-based tasks and are given opportunity to reflect on how the lesson made them feel. PowerPoint and Workpack is in comic sans, size 14 and Powerpoint 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. The Workpack can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and lower ability students, that may require more processing time and reference points. The Workpack doubles up as a Knowledge Organiser. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested times, to aid teachers. The Lesson includes:  Powerpoint-11 slides  Lesson Workpack 6 pages (x3 double sided) Tried and tested lesson, used by both specialist and non-specialist staff across inner city schools in the Northwest. For more Citizenship and PSHE, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. Not for resale. The purchase of this resource allows you to: Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. However, no sharing – you have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study.
GCSE Citizenship Misconception Revision Sheets
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GCSE Citizenship Misconception Revision Sheets

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Misconception revision sheets on Themes A to C, perfect for GCSE Edxcel Citizenship revision. Ideal for developing retrieval skills and aiding independent study. Students are required to read each statement and identify which part of it is incorrect. Students highlight this and then underneath rewrite the statement so that it is correct. An exemplar has been done to aid lower ability students. Great as an end of theme assessment piece or to aid GCSE revision prior to mocks/exams. Can be used on its own or with own revision materials. Can be set as homework, timed task, a research task at the start of teaching a theme or as a formal assessment. Finally it can be simply given to students to do at home. Tried and tested, loved by students. For more revision materials such as Thinking Quilts, visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’. Once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study. Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. No Sharing of Derivatives (except to teach) — if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material except to those people you teach.
Body Image Lesson
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Body Image Lesson

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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. Resources use Publisher. Learning Intentions:  I can define what body image is  I can select and measure factors of influence  I can offer my critique on when body image becomes extreme justifying my opinion The Lesson focuses on encouraging students to reflect and discuss the ‘perfect body’. Students learn about body diversity and modification when discussing what is ‘extreme’ and what is ‘normal’. Students debate and decide which factors in society influence body positivity such as celebrities, cultures, fashions and the media. Students are encouraged to think about what is needed to maintain a healthy and positive body image. Students have a fun creative activity whereby they design T-shirts that send a body positive message. The lesson is fun and engaging allowing for students to develop critical thinking skills. The Lesson includes:  PowerPoint -9 slides  Resources- table of influence, explanations and image sheet, T-shirt design worksheet, scale of influence slips 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 and can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and support lower ability students. Furthermore download the Eating Disorders Lesson and Gender, Expression and Sexuality by visiting the the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. This lesson is once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study. Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. No Sharing of Derivatives (except to teach) — if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material except to those people you teach.
Identity and Community
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Identity and Community

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson complete with resources to meet the Citizenship and PSHRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable Powerpoint with 60 minutes worth of material. Learning Intentions:  I can compare factors that influence individual and collective identity  I can evaluate the impact a diverse Britain has on communities  I can suggest how respect and tolerance can reduce inequalities in society The Lesson focuses on factors that influence identity; students explore what communities they belong to and research how diverse Britain is. Students evaluate the pros and cons of living in diverse Britain and are introduced to the British Value of Mutual Respect and Tolerance. The Lesson includes the right to equality and supplements the Citizenship curriculum. The Lesson includes resources that are non-specialist friendly. 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 an optional homework task. Students are encouraged to demonstrate their knowledge and strengthen literacy skills. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested timings. The Lesson includes:  Powerpoint  Diversity Research Table and info sheets  Homework task (Identity Shield)  Identity Profile Sheet Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff used 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 which has everything included which can be also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students. For more Citizenship and PSHRE lesson, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. This lesson is once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study. Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. No Sharing of Derivatives (except to teach) — if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material except to those people you teach.
Bullying Lesson and Workpack
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Bullying Lesson and Workpack

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson complete with workpack for individual students to complete. No need for books! No resources needed! Colourful and engaging! Lesson meets the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable PowerPoint and Workpack allowing you to insert your school logo. 60 minutes worth of material, and space for student self-assessment and teacher comments to aid quick directed marking. Learning Intentions:  I can explain what is classed as bullying and categorise the different types.  I can evaluate the short-term and long-term effects of bullying.  I can suggest and compare the various ways that people can respond to bullying, as well as how to seek help and support. The Lesson focuses on encouraging students to identify what constitutes bullying. Students explore the different types of bullying and how to respond to bullying through scenario-based tasks. PowerPoint and Workpack is in comic sans, size 14 and Powerpoint 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 an optional homework task. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested times, to aid teachers. The Lesson includes:  Powerpoint  Lesson Workpack -8 pages (x4 when double sided) Workpack can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and lower ability that may require more processing time. Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff used across inner city schools in the northwest. For more Citizenship and PSHE, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. Please do not redistribute. The purchase of this lesson and workpack allows you to Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. But, No Sharing – you have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study.
Families and Relationships-Lesson and Workpack
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Families and Relationships-Lesson and Workpack

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson complete with workpack for individual students to complete. No need for books! No resources needed! Colourful and engaging! Created using Publisher. Lesson meets the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable PowerPoint and Workpack allowing you to insert your school logo. 60 minutes worth of material, and space for student self-assessment and teacher comments to aid quick directed marking. Learning Intentions:  I can offer a variety of examples of how families influence individual identity  I can distinguish between behaviours and characteristics that are healthy and unhealthy in relationships  I can evaluate the difference between the formal and informal types of relationships that people can have. The Lesson focuses on encouraging students to reflect on how families shape and influence identity. Students learn about the role of the family and the different family types in modern UK society. Students learn about marriage and divorce, as well as what behaviours and characteristics make a healthy/unhealthy relationship. PowerPoint and Workpack is in comic sans, size 14 and Powerpoint 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. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested times, to aid teachers. The Lesson includes:  Powerpoint  Lesson Workpack (7 pages) Workpack can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and lower ability that may require more processing time. Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff used across inner city schools in the northwest. For more Citizenship and PSHE, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. Not for resale. The purchase of this resource allows you to: Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. However, no sharing – you have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study.
Identity and Community-Lesson and Workpack
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Identity and Community-Lesson and Workpack

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson complete with workpack for individual students to complete. No need for books! Colourful and engaging! Lesson meets the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable PowerPoint and Workpack allowing you to insert your school logo. 60 minutes worth of material, and space for student self-assessment and teacher comments to aid quick directed marking. Learning Intentions: I can identify and compare factors that influence individual and collective identity -I can evaluate the impact a diverse Britain has on communities -I can suggest how respect and tolerance can reduce inequalities in society The Lesson focuses on encouraging students to identify and compare factors that influence identity and to research the diversity in Britain. Lesson also introduces the British Value of Mutual Respect and Tolerance.Students discuss the right to equality when considering individual and collective identity. PowerPoint and Workpack is in comic sans, size 14 and Powerpoint 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 an optional homework task. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested times, to aid teachers. The Lesson includes: Powerpoint -Lesson Workpack 8 pages (x4 if double sided) -Information slides to be distributed amongst groups for collaborative learning Workpack can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and lower ability that may require more processing time. Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff used across inner city schools in the northwest. For more Citizenship and PSHE, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. Not for resale. The purchase of this resource allows you to: Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. However, no sharing – you have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study.
Social Media-Lesson and Workpack
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Social Media-Lesson and Workpack

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson complete with Workpack for individual students to complete. No need for books! No resources needed! Colourful and engaging! Lesson meets the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable PowerPoint and Workpack allowing you to insert your school logo. 60 minutes worth of material, and space for student self-assessment and teacher comments to aid quick directed marking. Learning Intentions:  I can describe what social media is using examples  I can compare the positives and negative impact of social media use.  I can suggest whether the legalities and age limits, surrounding social media should be changed. The Lesson focuses on encouraging students to reflect on the positives yet also negatives of social media. The lesson introduces the idea of defamation, cancelling, censorship and harassment. PowerPoint and Workpack is in comic sans, size 14 and Powerpoint 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. The Workpack can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and lower ability students, that may require more processing time and reference points. The Workpack doubles up as a Knowledge Organiser. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested times, to aid teachers. The Lesson includes:  Powerpoint  Lesson Workpack 6 pages (x3 double sided) Tried and tested lesson, used by both specialist and non-specialist staff across inner city schools in the Northwest. For more Citizenship and PSHE, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. Not for resale. The purchase of this resource allows you to: Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. However, no sharing – you have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study.
Online Safety-Lesson and Workpack
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Online Safety-Lesson and Workpack

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A ready to use, KS3 lesson complete with Workpack for individual students to complete. No need for books! No resources needed! Colourful and engaging! Lesson meets the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable PowerPoint and Workpack allowing you to insert your school logo. 60 minutes worth of material, and space for student self-assessment and teacher comments to aid quick directed marking. Learning Intentions:  I can analyse the pros and cons of the internet and online forms of communication  I can evaluate the wider risks associated with using the internet  I can construct arguments for and against allowing children to use the internet The Lesson and Workpack focuses on encouraging students to be aware of both the positives and negatives of going ‘online’ and to reflect on their own usage. The lesson supplements the teaching of Grooming, as well as Cyber Bullying and Social Media. The lesson challenges students through enquiry and problem-based scenario to work towards completing a summative write up, in which they have to compare and evaluate whether children should be allowed to go online. This develops opinion wiring and introduces essay format as students are supported to structure arguments for and against the statement. PowerPoint and Workpack is in comic sans, size 14 and Powerpoint 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 optional homework task. The Workpack can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and lower ability students, that may require more processing time and reference points. The Workpack doubles up as a Knowledge Organiser. The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested times, to aid teachers. The Lesson includes:  Powerpoint-11 slides  Lesson Workpack 6 pages (x3 double sided) Tried and tested lesson, used by both specialist and non-specialist staff across inner city schools in the Northwest. For more Citizenship and PSHE, which meets the new Government SRE guidelines, please visit the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes. Not for resale. The purchase of this resource allows you to: Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. However, no sharing – you have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study.
GCSE Citizenship Thinking Quilts
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GCSE Citizenship Thinking Quilts

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Thinking Quilts for themes A-E to meet the Edexcel GCSE Citizenship specification. Editable using Word. Perfect for GCSE revision and to encourage students to make links between themes and topics, an essential skill for 6, 10, 12 and 15 mark questions across Paper 1 and Paper 2. Students are required to highlight key topics and then to write how they link together, rather than what they are/mean. Once downloaded it can be printed and given to students or given electronically for them to type their answers. Exemplar has been done for students and to aid lower ability students, or students new to the skill. Can be used independently on their own , as a bundle in preparation for mocks/exams or during a revision session. Tried and tested, loved by students and can be set as homework/revision at the end of teaching the full theme. Once bought and downloaded should not be resold. You have been issued a single licence for your own use and the right to grant a limited licence to your students to use the licensed material as part of your teaching and their own private study. Teach With — copy, edit and provide the licensed material to those students you teach in any medium or format for the purpose of educating them and/or their private study. No Sharing of Derivatives (except to teach) — if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material except to those people you teach.