I'm currently working as Head of Humanities at a school in Bristol, England. I've always been passionate about my specialist subject, RE and have a keen interest in producing Philosophy resources which are suitable for children. I also endeavour to upload as much as I can for the new GCSE specs, as I produce new resources. Come back and visit again soon for my own versions of specimen papers, glossaries, homework and extension tasks, as well as lesson ideas for AQA GCSE RE Spec A.

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Full resources all here! Students are given the roles of different family members (a role for every student in a class of 30) and from these characters, families are made. There is a budget to use over a week, a blank cleaning rota, a crib sheet detailing fun activities and potential purchases (groceries) etc. A great and fun introduction to any unit in RE or PSHE on relationships. I used it to introduce the WJEC Relationships unit and it generated some fantastic discussion.

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Keely88

5 years ago
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A good start of an idea, but this isn't useable as a stand alone lesson- there are no student outcomes or objectives. There is nothing to measure progress in this lesson.<br /> The idea is a good one- students are a family (10 different characters to choose from- you will need to group these according to the ability of the students you have to make reasonably viable families.) They move through a week with different challenges- there needs to be more specific information in the power point slides to help students who are in KS3. A good starting point.

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