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Secondary school teacher specialising in religion, ethics, philosophy, citizenship and PSHE. Current Head of Religion, Ethics and Philosophy and prior Head of Citizenship and PSHEE.

Secondary school teacher specialising in religion, ethics, philosophy, citizenship and PSHE. Current Head of Religion, Ethics and Philosophy and prior Head of Citizenship and PSHEE.
Terrorism
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Terrorism

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This PowerPoint is suitable for use as an assembly or PSHE lesson on terrorism and the government’s advice (run, hide, tell). It makes use of the examples of of terrorist attacks from 2017 to highlight the impact that acts of terrorism can have.
Cyberbullying
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Cyberbullying

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This short PowerPoint is suitable for a form time PHSE activity or a short PSHE lesson. It contains information on cyberbullying and a link to a video which demonstrates the real life dangers of cyberbullying.
Antisocial behaviour
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Antisocial behaviour

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This PowerPoint is suitable for use in an assembly, form time PSHE activity or a short PSHE lesson. It outlines the difference between social, asocial and antisocial, and highlights the negative impact that antisocial behaviour has both on those behaving that way and on those around them.
Drug and alcohol abuse
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Drug and alcohol abuse

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This PowerPoint is suitable for use in an assembly, a form time PSHE activity, or a short PSHE lesson. It includes definitions of drug abuse and alcohol abuse, and comparisons to other types of abuse; asking students why someone might be against other types of abuse and yet they inflict drug/alcohol abuse on themselves?
Toleration and diversity within religions
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Toleration and diversity within religions

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An overview of toleration and religious toleration, with a focus on John Locke and responses. This then leads into discussion of diversity within (and between) religious traditions. This resources is designed to be used to prompt discussion amongst students in relation to these two, related, themes. Prompting questions are provided throughout, and in the final slides. Recommended reading is also provided on the final slide.
The Miracles of Jesus
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The Miracles of Jesus

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This is an hour long lesson which introduces the miracles of Jesus to secondary age students (aimed at Year 10). The lesson brings in their own knowledge, the relevance to people today, and why people may or may not believe in miracles.
Citizenship and PSHE training
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Citizenship and PSHE training

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This PowerPoint is suitable for use in a training session on the topics of Citizenship and PSHE(E). This is aimed at new teachers or teachers with little exposure to PSHE/Citizenship best practice. Includes additional handout on the benefits of good Citizenship and PSHEE, and some activities to demonstrate the impact this can have on students’ lives.
Run, hide, tell
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Run, hide, tell

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This short PowerPoint is suitable for form time PSHE discussions or short PSHE lessons. This lesson contains guidance on what to do if you see anything suspicious, based upon the govenment’s guidelines (run, hide, tell). It uses examples from past terrorist attacks to highlight the risks.
Why is it important to help others?
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Why is it important to help others?

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PowerPoint slides suitable for a short lesson or as a form time PSHE activity. Includes discussion points and a video, and makes use of the example of Grenfell Tower and Peter Singer’s ‘The life you can save’ campaign.
World Teachers' Day
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World Teachers' Day

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This short PowerPoint is suitable as a form time PHSE activity or a short PSHE lesson. This highlights the importance of teachers due to their impact on students’ lives.
Top teachings (Islam and Christianity)
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Top teachings (Islam and Christianity)

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This documents lists the top twenty teachings for Islam and Christianity. Suitable as a revision resource or a guie at the beginning of a topic, and for use at GCSE or Key Stage Three where students are learning about both of these world religions.
Why does our time matter?
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Why does our time matter?

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PowerPoint slides suitable for a short lesson or as a form time PSHE activity. Slides include various discussion points and a video on why it is important to make the most of your time.
World Mental Health Day
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World Mental Health Day

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This short PowerPoint is suitable for use as a PSHE form time activity or for a short PSHE lesson. It includes an explanation of mental health, the importance of mental health and how to seek help.
Making the most of your summer
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Making the most of your summer

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PowerPoint slide suitable for a short lesson or as a form time activity. Includes various discussion points and celebrity examples. Encourages students to volunteer and find other ways of making the most of their time and helping others over the Summer holidays.
September 11th
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September 11th

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This short PowerPoint is suitable for use as a form time PSHE activity or for a short PSHE lesson. It contains information on the 9/11 attacks on the Twin Towers in the USA, and how this affects us today, with links to the International Day of Non-Violence.
The power of natural disasters
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The power of natural disasters

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This short PowerPoint is suitable for form time PSHE actiities or as a short PSHE lesson. The lesson contains links to geography and politics, with discussion of Donald Trump’s denial of climate change.
Black History Month
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Black History Month

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This short PowerPoint is suitable for a PSHE form time activity or a short PSHE lesson on Black History Month. It includes the history behind the treatment of black people, and prominent black role models from throughout history.
What is theology?
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What is theology?

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This resources is designed for use to promote discussion around theology, as a comparison to philosophy. Questions are provided to prompt such discussion at the end of the slides. This should be used alongside other resources on theology.