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Game Over 4 Guns & Knives

Game Over 4 Guns & Knives

A booklet that offers a variety of lessons & approaches to dealing with weapons issues. It includes guns, knives, gangs, bullying, teacher violence & ASB. It has been written to be cherry picked for the audience & the issues to be addressed.
Brentford0
Europe and Me

Europe and Me

Citizenship Foundation recently completed this resource. ‘Europe and Me’ is a free downloadable toolkit for schools. This resource is designed to raise young people’s awareness in a simple and practical way to the work of the European Union as it affects them and their peers. It does not aim to promote any particular view of the European Union. It is aimed at mid- to upper-secondary students of average ability (14 to 19 years old).
ruxandra.ratiu
Capital punishment

Capital punishment

Intro to capital punishment. This lesson looks at what capital punishment is and the reasoning for and against it. Students reflect on a series of high profile case studies and consider whether they feel capital punishment can be just. Links to RS edexcel syllabus.
loustinch
Assault Battery ABH

Assault Battery ABH

This resource allows student to check their understanding of key cases in a format recommended by the exam board. Also useful for emphasising they don’t need to write masses about a case in an exam. I use it together with the Offences Against the Person article from the September 08 edition of the Law Review.
coffeekarma99
Blank Time Saving Activities/Games/Resources

Blank Time Saving Activities/Games/Resources

A collection of blank time saving resources (games/activities) for all subjects and key stages. In a PDF file as well as separate Word documents. Blank A-Z of … with ideas Blank word search/crossword base (can be filled in electronically or written) with ideas page. Blank quiz/vocabulary/spellings answer sheets for 10, 15 or 20 questions. Blank dominoes (20) with instructions Blank bingo cards (3 to a page) with instructions. Blank card sort text boxes – 18 cards with 18 font comic sans Blank card sort text boxes – 24 cards with 14 font comic sans Blank storyboard sheet Blank game design sheet Blank Y chart – looks like, feels like, sounds like.
geotec1
The Maternity Matters Handbook

The Maternity Matters Handbook

A comprehensive handbook that covers all aspects of maternity rights and care. This answers all questions from eligibility to maternity rights and how and when to inform an employer of pregnancy, through to returning to work post maternity leave. Invaluable information for the following audiences: 1. For employees who wish to be aware of their legal rights and expectations prior to, or during, pregnancy 2. A starting point for head teachers or senior leaders that may be used to form, or inform, a schools policy of managing care of its pregnant employees. If quickly edited to incorporate a specific schools detail this 17 page booklet is ideal as information available in the staffroom. 3. For employees who wish to be aware of their legal rights and expectations prior to, or during paternity. All financial values are correct as of October 2014
DaisysLot
Magistrates or Crown Court?

Magistrates or Crown Court?

This is an activity where students have to decide whether the case should be heard in a magistrates or crown court and explain why.
EmmyCD
How to make your own rosettes

How to make your own rosettes

A word document that has step by step instructions to help make rosettes. To co-inside with the ‘Who Rules Britain’ powerpoint presentation that is also in KS3 Citizenship. Can be used for any thing else also.
Lisa Hendy
Roles in a Criminal Court

Roles in a Criminal Court

This is a homework (but can be adapted for in-class) which shows a basic layout of a court. The students have to research each role listed in the diagram and describe what they do in each box.
EmmyCD
12 ideas to create engagement

12 ideas to create engagement

a set of generic ideas to get engagement from your class. some do require a lot of planning and some require very little. There is a template with some of the scaffolds to help with differentiation and time saving.
mummyofh
Debating Matters Topic Guide - Artists Expression

Debating Matters Topic Guide - Artists Expression

The Debating Matters Competition’s acclaimed Topic Guide series, created for sixth-form student debaters. The debate motion is There should be no limits on artistic expression. Topic Guides feature summaries of contemporary debates covering cultural, legal, social, political, scientific and philosophical issues, and includes extensive hyperlinked bibliography, definition of key terms, resources, and topical news items. www.debatingmatters.com
instituteofideas