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This shop provides resources for busy PSHE/Citizenship teachers who find that the subject is constantly 'on the move'. I am Head of Department in a secondary school and I am constantly changing the resources that we use as things change in the world around us. The introduction of British Values as a separate topic has been challenging but I hope that the resources on offer here will help you to facilitate these sessions. I also teach English (my specialism) so there are English resources too.

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This shop provides resources for busy PSHE/Citizenship teachers who find that the subject is constantly 'on the move'. I am Head of Department in a secondary school and I am constantly changing the resources that we use as things change in the world around us. The introduction of British Values as a separate topic has been challenging but I hope that the resources on offer here will help you to facilitate these sessions. I also teach English (my specialism) so there are English resources too.
SEAL and Self Esteem Workbook KS3
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SEAL and Self Esteem Workbook KS3

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A workbook for pupils to complete with learning objectives, opportunities for self and peer assessment and a final 'choice' of task. Approximately 20 pages of activities including opportunities for peer and self assessment. Also includes a choice of end assessment. This unit will cover: • Actions and their consequences/ and the importance of rules • Building positive relationships /getting to know new people • Developing communication skills • Recognising personal strengths and how this affects self esteem • Identifying special people and special places
Relationships (Friendships) Task Sheet KS3
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Relationships (Friendships) Task Sheet KS3

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A worksheet which enables pupils to think about the benefits of friendship, their responsibilities as a friend as well as factors that help relationships thrive. Colour coding task followed by written task.
Drugs Alcohol and Smoking Workbook KS3
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Drugs Alcohol and Smoking Workbook KS3

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A workbook for pupils to complete on aspects of drinking, smoking and drugs. Lesson objectives, opportunities for peer and self assessment and a 'choice' of final assessment task included. Approximately 20 pages of activities This unit will cover: • Alcohol: Understand the term ‘unit’ and be able to calculate the units in an alcoholic drink • Alcohol: Discuss the Government’s recommendations in terms of alcohol consumption • Alcohol: Understand the effects of alcohol on the human body • Smoking: Investigate the ingredients of a cigarette • Smoking: Understand the term ‘passive smoking’ • Smoking: Understand the effects of smoking on the human body • Drugs: Distinguish between legal and illegal drugs • Drugs: Understand drug classification and their penalties • Drugs: Outline effects on the human body (common drugs)
UK Law and Human Rights CITIZENSHIP WORKBOOK
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UK Law and Human Rights CITIZENSHIP WORKBOOK

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A 16 page workbook covering aspects of UK Law and Human Rights Topics include: UDHR Articles of the UDHR Human Rights Abuses around the World Human Rights Abuses in the UK Campaign groups Criminal and Civil Law Types of Punishment Assessment without levels exercises (assessing knowledge before and after module) Helpful PPT presentations
Work related Learning/Careers Workbook KS3
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Work related Learning/Careers Workbook KS3

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A booklet for pupils to complete whilst learning about all aspects of job sectors, types of employment etc. Opportunities for peer and self-assessment and a 'choice' of final assessment included. Approximately 20 pages of activities This unit will cover: • Identification of personal strengths, interests, skills and qualities • Different types of employment • Employment sectors • Laws relating to young people’s permitted hours/types of work • Basic banking: Budgeting, savings and debt
Universal Declaration of Human Rights  INTRODUCTION ACTIVITIES
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Universal Declaration of Human Rights INTRODUCTION ACTIVITIES

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A number of activities which will give opportunities for pupils to understand why the UDHR was introduced and why it is important today. Pupils will complete a colour-coding exercise, placing articles from the UDHR into categories (Protection, Standard of Living and Equality) They can they decide on the most important articles in their view and are asked to give the reasons for their decisions. Activities can lead on to discussion about human rights abuses around the world and also to organisations which fight to protect human rights
WORKBOOK Smoking Drugs Alcohol REVISED for 2016
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WORKBOOK Smoking Drugs Alcohol REVISED for 2016

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A workbook for pupils being taught about the use /misuse of drugs and alcohol and the dangers of smoking/passive smoking. Tasks throughout. Opportunities for assessment including self assessment and use of a graffiti wall which will track progress without the need for formal levels. 17 pages of activities Powerpoint to accompany workbook to follow.