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Creating detailed KS3 & KS4 resources tailored to improve student skills and knowledge as well as strengthen learning attributes such as teamwork, resilience, communication, independence and problem solving.

Creating detailed KS3 & KS4 resources tailored to improve student skills and knowledge as well as strengthen learning attributes such as teamwork, resilience, communication, independence and problem solving.
Ancient Egyptian Religion and Mythology
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Ancient Egyptian Religion and Mythology

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History lesson on Ancient Egyptian religion. Students begin by discussing religion in the UK and how it impacts on our lives today. Students are then introduced to the roles of the Egyptian temple. Students then travel around the room investigating the different gods on each information sheet (14 in total). Students will then use the differentiated template to complete an answer to the question ‘How important was religion in Ancient Egypt?’.
Ancient Rome Mini Scheme of Work
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Ancient Rome Mini Scheme of Work

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Four KS3 lessons based on the Roman Empire. Lesson 1 covers the origins of Roman, with the myth of Romulus and Remus, as well as a task centred on Roman expansion and the Ancient Greeks. Lesson 2 covers how Rome was governed; with emphasis placed on the senate and the role of senators in Roman society. Lesson 3 focuses on Roman health, with students set in teams to competing to find the answers to questions using a variety of resources. Lesson 4 is a basic lesson covering the life of the famous Roman consul Julius Caesar.
George Floyd - Black Lives Matter PSHE
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George Floyd - Black Lives Matter PSHE

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KS3 & KS4 PSHE lesson on the topic of the Black Lives Matter movement. This lesson features the recent coverage of the murder of George Floyd by police officers in the USA. Students will have access to videos and a mural dedicated to George Floyd and other black citizens who have needlessly lost their lives through unacceptable actions by people in positions of power. This lesson is to encourage students to be a part of the solution and stand united with black people across the world, regardless of the students’ own heritage. This lesson is also online friendly so can be set as work for students who are remotely learning; instructions are clear and information is clearly signposted.
Puberty
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Puberty

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A complete lesson on Puberty for KS3 & KS4. Two videos linked within slide show as well as venn diagram activity and the full 5 stages of puberty covered. Perfect for an hours lesson during PSHE.
Negative Effects of Social Media
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Negative Effects of Social Media

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A PSHE lesson on the positives and negatives of social media. Students are to answer questions in their groups, decide whether certain statements are true or false before watching a short clip on social media use. Students will finish by completing their own pledge to use social media responsibly and sparingly. Does use the term ‘bastard’ within the lesson resources. This can be easily removed.
Ancient Egypt Mini Scheme of Work
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Ancient Egypt Mini Scheme of Work

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5 History lessons designed for KS3/KS4 students. Includes detailed lessons on the importance of the Nile, the social pyramid in Egypt, Egyptian health, Egyptian mythology/religion with templates for a detailed written task and an Egyptian key individuals lesson. Information hunts, group work, group role play and debates are all incorporated into the lessons.
Ancient Egyptian Health
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Ancient Egyptian Health

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History lesson on Ancient Egyptian health. Students will begin by discussing health in the UK and the importance of the NHS. Students will then be presented with an ‘information explosion’ with limited instructions and lots of information on each table. Students will then complete a ‘progress’ and ‘held back’. Students are to then complete an answer to the question ‘How effective was Egyptian medicine?’ using the differentiated help sheets.
Decline of the Egyptian Empire / Rise of the Greek Empire Lesson
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Decline of the Egyptian Empire / Rise of the Greek Empire Lesson

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History lesson on the decline of the Egyptian Empire and the rise of the Greek Empire. Students will discover the reason for the decline in Egyptian influence, look at the geography of both Egypt and Greece and discuss how this close link could impact on each Empire. Students will then investigate Greece’s most famous leader, Alexander the Great. Students will complete a comprehension task on the life of Alexander the Great.
Ancient Greek Medicine
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Ancient Greek Medicine

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History lesson on Ancient Greek medicine. Students will begin by discussing health in Ancient Egypt; recapping on the progress made as well as the aspects of Egyptian medicine that held back progress. Students will then be presented with an ‘information explosion’ with limited instructions and lots of information on each table. Students will then complete a research worksheet on each of the pieces of information. Students are to then complete an answer to the question ‘How effective was Greek medicine’ using the differentiated help sheets.
Ancient Egyptian Society
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Ancient Egyptian Society

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Lesson on Egyptian society. Students start by discussing democracy in the UK. Students are then assigned a role within the Egyptian social pyramid (11 roles in all) and they are to go around the classroom and interact with other students as their character. Students will then complete the worksheet highlighting the responsibilities of each role, the benefits and the drawbacks. Students will then debate how Ancient Egypt might have been if democracy had been introduced but will argue from the point of their character.
Ancient Greece Mini Scheme of Work
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Ancient Greece Mini Scheme of Work

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5 History lessons designed for KS3/KS4 students. Includes detailed lessons on the rise of the Greek Empire, the governance of Greece, Greek health, Greek mythology/religion with templates for a detailed written task and an Greek key individuals lesson. Information hunts, group work, group role play and debates are all incorporated into the lessons.
How was Ancient Greece Governed?
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How was Ancient Greece Governed?

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History lesson on how the Ancient Greeks governed themselves. Students are to recap on previous knowledge on how the Ancient Egyptians were governed before looking at Ancient Greek methods. Students will then look at the similarities and differences between todays governance and that of 2500 years ago. Students are then assigned a role within Greek society and it will be their job to share this information with classmates as they go around the room to investigate the other 7 roles. Worksheet is provided for students to complete during the last task.
Ancient Greek Religion/Mythology
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Ancient Greek Religion/Mythology

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History lesson on Ancient Greek religion. Students begin by discussing religion in Ancient Egypt and how it impacted on lives in the Egyptian empire. Students are then introduced to the roles of the Greek temple. Students then travel around the room investigating the different gods on each information sheet (10 in total). Students will then answer the question 'What roles did the Greek gods play in Greek life?' There is an additional task to be set for homework about Heracles and his 12 labours.
The Plains Indians - Lakota Sioux
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The Plains Indians - Lakota Sioux

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An introductory lesson into the lives of the Plains Indians. Students will analyse the lifestyles of the Apache, Cheyenne and Lakota Sioux and complete a Venn diagram highlighting similarities and differences. Students will then investigate the Lakota Sioux as a focused Case Study: Home & Family, Leadership, Warfare and Beliefs are the aspects of Lakota Sioux life that the students will be made aware of. This is a great resource to use to begin looking at the American West; both at KS3 as a taster lesson or KS4 as the start of the GCSE curriculum.
How was Ancient Rome governed?
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How was Ancient Rome governed?

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History lesson on how Ancient Rome was governed. Students are to recap on previous knowledge on how the Ancient Greeks governed themselves. Students will then look at the various stages of Rome and how each stage was ruled differently and by different people. Students will then look, specifically, at the Senate with a two-sided information sheet to be printed and a questions sheet to be given to the students to direct them. An extension task is given to students to extend learning. Students will then look at the similarities and differences between the House of Commons (and MPs) today and compare it to the Roman Senate.
Medicine in Ancient Rome
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Medicine in Ancient Rome

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KS3 History lesson on Medicine and Health in Ancient Rome. Students begin by recapping their knowledge on Ancient Greek medicine: Four Humours, Hippocrates, etc. Students will then be introduced to Galen and his achievements; comparing him to Hippocrates and how his work shaped medical study for the centuries to come. Students will then be split into teams to complete an information race. Students will be provided with information sheets and run back and forth in the classroom. Winning team with correct answers gets a prize. Once settled, after the race, students will judge how effective medicine in Ancient Rome was and showcase what they have absorbed during the information race. Answer sheets and questions (for teacher to print and cut out) are provided at the end of the powerpoint.
Key Individuals in Ancient Greece
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Key Individuals in Ancient Greece

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History lesson on 5 key individuals. Students begin by analysing 5 individuals through history; looking at their roles, similarities and differences. Students are then separated into 5 mixed ability teams and instructions are read out about the task ahead. Each team is to research a chosen individual, complete a worksheet (per student) and then organise themselves ready to present their key individual to the rest of the class in the form of a drama performance.
Ancient Egyptian Key Individuals Lesson
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Ancient Egyptian Key Individuals Lesson

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History lesson on 5 key individuals. Students begin by analysing 6 individuals through history; looking at their roles, similarities and differences. Students are then separated into 5 mixed ability teams and instructions are read out about the task ahead. Each team is to research a chosen Pharaoh, complete a worksheet (per student) and then organise themselves ready to present their key individual to the rest of the class.
Rise of the Roman Empire
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Rise of the Roman Empire

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History lesson on the rise of the Roman Empire. Students will look at the geography of Rome in relation to the previous empires covered: Egyptian and Greek. Students will be given the story of Rome’s foundation with the myth of Romulus and Remus. Students will then be asked to complete a missing words task on the Roman Empire. Students will be then asked to write a letter drawing on their previous knowledge of the Greek Empire. They are to summarise the good aspects of Greek life to the Romans to ensure that their culture is not destroyed and rebellion does not occur.