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Prejudice PSHE lesson

Prejudice PSHE lesson

Prejudice, discrimination, stereotyping and positive discrimination PSHE lesson suitable for KS3 & KS4 PSHE. Lots of key information, talking tasks and some written tasks to ensure a whole rounded lesson is delivered.
eibhlinn
A new version of Othello - teacher resources to support a visit

A new version of Othello - teacher resources to support a visit

This pack is for Primary School teachers bringing pupils to see the Unicorn Theatre's production of Othello in spring 2018. The pack includes an exploration of the themes within the play, interviews with creative team members and a series of drama activities and lesson plans that you can pick and choose from. This pack aims to support teachers to confidently use drama in the classroom and to enrich and extend the benefits of visiting the theatre. https://www.unicorntheatre.com/Othello The Unicorn production of Othello, by Ignace Cornelisson and inspired by Shakespeare's original, focuses on the young lovers, Othello and Desdemona, and explores what happens when emotions run out of control. Othello has never been in love before; he doesn’t understand or have the words to express this new emotion that he’s experiencing. There are those who wish to exploit Othello’s emotional naivety and soon he is engulfed in other powerful feelings: distrust, jealousy, confusion and anger, all which blind him to the truth and lead him to destroy the person he loves most. The drama activities are designed to support and extend pupils’ visit to the theatre and offer teachers ways to pick up on and explore the themes in the play, before and after a visit. They will use drama and storytelling as ways of exploring ideas that are relevant to the play and to support National Curriculum requirements: ‘All pupils should be enabled to participate in and gain knowledge, skills and understanding associated with the artistic practice of drama. Pupils should be able to adopt, create and sustain a range of roles, responding appropriately to others in role. They should have opportunities to improvise, devise and script drama for one another and a range of audiences, as well as to rehearse, refine, share and respond thoughtfully to drama and theatre performances.’ National Curriculum The resources also provide National Curriculum links at Key Stages Two and Three: to English through the development of spoken word and writing tasks, and to SMCS aspects of learning.
Unicorntheatre
My name is Tom - Whole School Approach.

My name is Tom - Whole School Approach.

This is the second package of materials to explore the issues of safety and new media, with the specific aim to get young people and adults to talk to each other. This is a companion package to My name is Tom - Your School Production and offers a range of materials suitable for Key Stages 3,4 and 5. All in time for this years Safer Internet Day on Feb 7th. There are anonymous questionniares for students and for adults, to reflect on their experiences, attitudes and understanding. There are interviews with Parents and a youth counsellor, who share their experiences and ideas as to how we can all cope better. Visual materials include Finding the Story - where you have to put the scenes oin the right order and a picture worksheet where you have to create your own play based around photographs from the production of My name is Tom. Don't know they are born - looks at the experiences of teenager from the 1950's to the present day, yes teenagers have been around a long time!! Discussions from scenes in the play provide another opportunity to help young people explore the many issues facing them today. Watch out for a Free presentation coming soon!!!!
big al
New GCSE - Contraception

New GCSE - Contraception

New GCSE lesson on contraception for the AQA syllabus. Differentiated throughout and homework set at the end of the lesson (also included). Used a photocopy of the text book for them to get the information for the different contraception methods.
ls6372
PSHE: Relationships Topics Discussion PowerPoints

PSHE: Relationships Topics Discussion PowerPoints

Discuss the topic of Relationships with all year groups. These 5 PPTs are created to enthuse and encourage discussion and debate amongst your students. Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) is mandatory to teach in UK schools, and therefore this collection of engaging and motivating resources will meet this target, whilst ensuring that learning is relevant, interesting and memorable. Relationships Topics include: 1. Year 7: Diversity, Prejudice and Bullying 2. Year 8: Racism and Religious Discrimination 3. Year 9: Peer Pressure and Aspirations 4. Year 10: Role Models and Risk Management 5. Year 11: Personal Values and Communication Please give feedback! I am always happy to respond to comments - whether positive or constructive - this will help to improve the quality of my resources in the future and, more importantly, the quality of pupils' PSHE education in general - which is what we're all here for!
CreativeRE
Boyfriends/Girlfriends

Boyfriends/Girlfriends

By Shay and Margaret McConnon Is a programme of structured experiences which aim to educate for sexuality by developing an understanding of, sensitivity to and respect for each individual in the relationship. Young people often confuse love with sex or physical attraction. Essentially it is friendship, and as such involves risk, self-disclosure, empathy, respect and the other skills involved in relating in a positive way with others. The book provides a number of opportunities for dialogue between the sexes in which students can learn from each other that sexual difference is not just biological but psychological, emotional and individual. Such dialogue can lessen the stress and anxiety that young people can experience in relationships with the opposite sex. Strategies 1 –2 Contains low-risk exercises which direct attention to relationships between the sexes and the qualities one looks for in a partner. Strategies 3-4 Stereotyped attitudes between the sexes are viewed critically and the students share thoughts and feelings on how they are viewed and treated by each other. Strategies 5-7 Students identify and evaluate those behaviours, attitudes and personal qualities that help and those that hinder boy/girl relationships. Strategies 8-10 Students assess themselves and identify behaviour goals. Strategies 11 –13 Some common problems that exist in boy/girl relationships are addressed and an opportunity provided for students to be creative in describing what love is. Strategy 14 Evaluation
SmallWorldBigImaginations
Groups Programme

Groups Programme

By Shay and Margaret McConnon The programme is particularly useful for those who wish to foster a co-operative, affirming and supportive class group. Our whole life is spent in a variety of group memberships. We are born into a family group, educated in school groups, socialise in peer groups, earn a living in work groups and worship in religious groups. At every stage in our lives we belong to groups. We are socialised in groups: in fact our personal identity is derived from how we are perceived and related to by other members of our groups.
SmallWorldBigImaginations
Skills of Friendships Programme

Skills of Friendships Programme

By Shay and Margaret McConnon Create opportunities for young people to develop skills and their own interpersonal style which will allow them to enjoy positive and successful relationships with others. The skills involved in relating in a positive way with others do not come easily for some young people. Without help, they will continue to be isolated and rejected because of poor 'friendship skills'. People are liked, are popular and have friends because they behave in certain ways. Such behaviours are not necessarily 'caught' but can be 'taught'. Strategies 1 –3 Create deeper understanding of empathy and provide opportunities to practise behaviours which convey empathy. Strategies 4-6 Examine the role of trust in friendship, the importance of making people feel welcomed and valued and of ways to achieve this. Strategies 7-9 Look at basic interpersonal communication skills, especially the skill of listening and getting the other people to talk about their interests. Strategies 10-11 Self Assessment Strategies 12- 13 Gives the opportunity to apply new skills of friendship to existing relationships
SmallWorldBigImaginations
What do you really think, Relationships Discussions

What do you really think, Relationships Discussions

These cards offer that opportunity: by posing the question ‘Is it OK to…’, they will encourage full and frank discussion around the whole issue of relationships so that students have a chance to explore their own beliefs and to examine whether these beliefs are actually beneficial to their emotional and mental health or whether they wish to amend them to fit a more healthy approach. Stable relationships are the bedrock of society: children and young people thrive in them; adult mental health is to a very large degree, dependent upon them. However, many people form their ideas of relationships from the media: soaps; films; magazines. The ‘celebrity culture’ is seen to be the desirable model of living. As we all know, this can lead to a distorted view of what constitutes a real and lasting relationship. However, spending time in discussion with young people will prove that they have more realistic ideas, if only they have an opportunity to express and develop them. The cards can be used in small groups, in large groups, or with individuals struggling with relationship issues. They are recommended for use in schools, colleges and in mental health situations. Includes over 40 cards and comprehensive notes.
SmallWorldBigImaginations
Teenage Pregnancy

Teenage Pregnancy

Teenage Pregnancy PSHE/RSE: 1 hour PP, worksheets, clips, well differentiated, KS3/ KS4. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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PSHE - Stress and Depression

PSHE - Stress and Depression

A generic PSHE lesson on Stress and Depression for KS4 students - but can be adapted for KS3 or even KS5. Contains information, video links and class activities.
bethredman
PSHE - Self Harm

PSHE - Self Harm

A generic PSHE lesson on Self Harm for KS4 students - but can be adapted for KS3 or even KS5. Contains information, video links and class activities.
bethredman