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Teacher and examiner for 20 years - English and PSHE expertise.

Teacher and examiner for 20 years - English and PSHE expertise.
Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing PSHE KS3
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Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing PSHE KS3

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Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing PSHE KS3 This lesson lasts an hour. Could be longer if given more time for final task. This is a mixture of discussion, observation and poster-making. In this lesson, students will learn: What is meant by emotional wellbeing and how that contributes to mental health and overall good health; how to spot someone who is struggling; how to help yourself and others; where to go for extra help. If this resource is useful, why not check out some of my others? Panic Attacks and Mental Health PSHE KS3 Sexting Dangers RSE PSHE KS3 Puberty and Personal Hygience PSHE RSE KS3 - one for girls; one for boys Understanding Sexual Consent RSE PSHE KS4 Pornography and its impact on relationships RSE PSHE Year 9 Consent annd consequences RSE PSHE KS4 and KS5
Pornography and its impact on relationships RSE PSHE Year 9
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Pornography and its impact on relationships RSE PSHE Year 9

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Pornography and its impact on relationships RSE PSHE for Year 9/ Year 10 Part of the new RSE aspect of PSHE - to be delivered from 2020 The lesson lasts around 30 mins - possibly longer if students develop discussion. It is suitable for both genders. There are no written activities but you could adapt the discussions into writing if preferred. There’s a mix of debate, direct information, video observation, scenarios and how to get help. There’s a link to recent research suggesting that a significant number of young girls are subjected to harassment, being asked for pictures to be sent etc. In this lessons, students will learn: What pornography is; the qualities of a healthy sexual relationship; how pornography distorts that picture; how pornography can create a damaging view of others and encourage a poor self image. There’s also advice for how to help and where to seek support if needed. There’s obviously no pornography in the lesson (!) but it is quite direct so teachers should familiarise themselves in advance with the content and SEN students may need additional support. If you find this useful, please check out my other PSHE RSE resources: Sexting Dangers RSE PSHE KS3 Puberty and personal hygiene PSHE KS3 - one for girls; one for boys Understanding sexual consent RSE PSHE Year 9 and 10 Consent and consequences RSE PSHE KS4 and KS5 Mental health and emotional wellbeing PSHE KS3 Panic attacks and mental health PSHE KS3
Consent and consequences RSE PSHE for KS4 and KS5
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Consent and consequences RSE PSHE for KS4 and KS5

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Consent and consequences RSE PSHE for KS4 and KS5 This lesson takes around 45 minutes - depending on level of discussion. No writing is required though you could adapt some of the debates into written work. The lesson is suitable for both genders. There’s a mixture of discussion; information; short video links; shared reading of an article online. In the lesson, students will learn: A reminder of what consent is and how we can give it; what the law is around consent; what the consequences can be of not getting consent; where to go for support. If you find this useful, check out some of my other resources: Pornography and its impact on relationships RSE PSHE Year 9 Understanding sexual consent RSE PSHE KS4 Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing PSHE KS3 Panic Attacks and Mental Health PSHE KS3 Dangers of sexting RSE PSHE KS3 Puberty an Personal Hygiene PSHE KS3 - one for girls and one for boys
Sexting Dangers PSHE and RSE for Key Stage 3
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Sexting Dangers PSHE and RSE for Key Stage 3

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Sexting Dangers links to the PSHE curriculum and new RSE relationships and sex education requirements from 2020. This resource is aimed at Year 7 students but may suit further up in Key Stage 3. This lesson should last approx 60 minutes. It teaches students: What sexting is; why people do it; what the risks are; how to keep safe; where to go for help if needed. If you like this resource, check out some of my other PSHE lessons: Puberty and Personal Hygiene - two separate lessons for KS3 girls and boys Understanding sexual consent for Year 9/10 Consent and consequences KS4/5 Mental health and emotional wellbeing for KS3 Panic attack and mental health for KS3 Pornography and its impact on relationships Year 9
Understanding sexual consent RSE PSHE KS4
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Understanding sexual consent RSE PSHE KS4

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Understanding sexual consent and the law RSE PSHE KS4 This resource lasts 30 - 45 minutes depending on the extent of discussion. It’s an RSE topic so teachers should familiarise themselves with the content in advance. There are ‘rules’ for students to encourage a mature approach. In this lesson, students will learn: What is meant by consent and then sexual consent; the laws around consent; how to give consent clearly and recognise when someone hasn’t; where to go for support. There’s no writing requirement but you could change some discussion into writing activities if preferred. If you find this useful, check out some of my other resources: Consent and consequences RSE PSHE for KS4 and KS5 Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing PSHE for KS3 Sexting Dangers RSE PSHE KS3 Puberty and Personal Hygiene PSHE KS3 - one for girls and one for boys Pornography and its impact on relationships RSE PSHE Year 9 KS4 Panic attacks and mental health PSHE KS3
Panic attacks and mental health PSHE KS3
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Panic attacks and mental health PSHE KS3

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Panic attacks and mental health PSHE KS3 This lesson lasts approx 45 mins. It’s for Years 7 and 8 ideally. There’s no requirement to write - just debating and discussion in pairs/ groups. A mixture of small discussion, video observation and direct information. In this lesson, students will learn: What panics are; what they look and feel like; how to manage their own or someone else’s panic attack; where to go for help if needed. If you find this useful, check out some of my other PSHE RSE resources: Sexting Dangers RSE PSHE KS3 Puberty and Personal Hygiene PSHE RSE KS3 - one for boys; one for girls Pornography and its impact on relationships RSE PSHE KS4 Understanding sexual consent RSE PSHE KS4 Consent and consequences RSE PSHE KS4 and KS5 Mental health and emotional wellbeing PSHE KS3
Puberty and Personal Hygiene  PSHE Year 7 and 8 BOYS free
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Puberty and Personal Hygiene PSHE Year 7 and 8 BOYS free

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Puberty and Personal Hygiene for KS3 Boys PSHE This links to the new requirements in the PSHE to be taught from 2020. It’s in addition to what is taught in the science curriculum. The resource does not require any writing but you can change the ‘discussion’ activities to writing ones if you prefer or if you have PSHE workbooks you want using! In this lesson, the boys will learn to: Understand about the physical and emotional changes in puberty; how to manage their own hygiene and where to go if they need help navigating any of this. The lesson should take around 60 mins. There are a couple of YouTube links embedded. If you like this resource, why not try out some of my others? Understanding sexual consent RSE PSHE for Years 9 and 10 Consent and consequences RSE PSHE for KS4 and KS5 Mental health and emotional wellbeing PSHE Key Stage 3 Panick Attacks and Mental Health PSHE KS3 Pornography and its impact on relationships PSHE RSE Year 9 Sexting Dangers for Year 7 RSE PSHE
Puberty and personal hygiene PSHE RSE for Year 7 and 8 GIRLS free
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Puberty and personal hygiene PSHE RSE for Year 7 and 8 GIRLS free

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Puberty and personal hygiene PSHE for KS3 girls This is an hour’s lesson which requires no writing - though you can choose to change the discussion points to written ones! In this lesson, students will learn about: The physical and emotional changes in puberty in both genders; how to manage their own hygiene and where to go if things get too much. If you find this useful, please look at some of my other resources: Puberty and personal hygiene PSHE for KS3 boys Sexting Dangers RSE PSHE Year 7 Understanding sexual consent RSE PSHE Year 9 and 10 Consent and consequences RSE PSHE KS4 and KS5 Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing PSHE KS3 Panic attacks and mental health PSHE KS3 Pornography and its impact on relationships RSE PSHE Year 9