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I have taught Law for over 10 years and I have been teaching for just over 13 years. Prior to teaching, I did private tutoring for Law, English and Art, alongside volunteering for the British Red Cross. I've chaired a number of different political conferences and have also exhibited my artwork in the South West and London.

I have taught Law for over 10 years and I have been teaching for just over 13 years. Prior to teaching, I did private tutoring for Law, English and Art, alongside volunteering for the British Red Cross. I've chaired a number of different political conferences and have also exhibited my artwork in the South West and London.
Paper 1 - Criminal Law - Definitions Summary Sheet
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Paper 1 - Criminal Law - Definitions Summary Sheet

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This resource contains two sides of A4 Criminal Law definitions. the definitions are for key Criminal Law principles and concepts essential for all ClIEx, A-level, apprenticeship law students. This will get them started for this unit and can double up as a revision resources as well. I have the same thing for Tort and some section of Law Making.
African Symbols - Akan
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African Symbols - Akan

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During Black History Month, teachers and students can have the opportunity to explore different cultures, fashion, history and life styles. This resource belongs to a the series called Black History Month and Ghana. With just one symbol, the Fihankra symbol teachers can ask the following questions either as a class activity or in small groups. what does this symbol look like? has anyone see this symbol before? where in the world do you think this symbol comes from? what questions would you make up to find out more about this symbol and why? the teacher or supervisor can play some Ghanaian high-life music from the internet to provoke their thinking. This resource can be used during tutor time, as a stater for a Black History lesson or event, in an art or Citizenship lesson.
Primary Legislation (The Law-Making Process) 1
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Primary Legislation (The Law-Making Process) 1

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Students will gain an understanding and knowledge of how a legal bill passes through the different stages of the UK legislation process to become an Act of Parliament. Additionally, they will critically analyse the UK legislation process and make a comparison with the German legislation process.
CJS_ Police George Floyd and Protesting  2
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CJS_ Police George Floyd and Protesting 2

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This lesson belongs to a series of lessons titled: the Criminal Justice System. This is the second lesson and so students already have knowledge and understanding of police powers and how their rights as a citizen are protected. In this lesson, students will develop knowledge on what a protest is and how it links to Article 11, why people carry out protests and will be able to discuss whether taking down the Colston statute was a good or bad idea. students will also have the opportunity to apply their understanding of the law to two scenarios.
CJS -Police and your Rights 1
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CJS -Police and your Rights 1

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This lesson belongs to a series of lessons titled: the Criminal Justice System. This is the first lesson. However, reference to the PACE Act 1984 and rights would have been mentioned when teaching the Youth Justice System and the different stages attached to it. In this lesson, students will develop knowledge on police power and how it is enforce, governed and exercised within the confinements of the law. Students will also have the opportunity to apply their understanding of the law to two scenarios.
CJS -Bristol Bus Boycott 3
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CJS -Bristol Bus Boycott 3

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This lesson belongs to a series of lessons titled: the Criminal Justice System. This is the third lesson and so students already have knowledge and understanding of Article 11 and what a protest is through the Colston event. In this lesson, students will also have the opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness of boycotts, compare the law and events of the 60s with society today and critically review how society is progressing
Primary Legislation (The Law-Making Process) 2
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Primary Legislation (The Law-Making Process) 2

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This lesson belongs to a series of lessons titled: Legislation. This is the second lesson and so students already have knowledge and understanding of how the legislation process works in the UK. In this lesson, students will develop skills needed to evaluate the legislation process in the UK. Additionally, they will critically make comparisons of the UK legislation process, with other forms of law-making such as secondary or delegated legislation and EU legislation.
Secondary Legislation (Law Making Process) 3
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Secondary Legislation (Law Making Process) 3

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This lesson belongs to a series of lessons titled: Legislation. This is the third lesson and so students already have knowledge and understanding of how the legislation process works in the UK. In this lesson, students will develop knowledge and understanding relating to delegated legislation - definition, types, examples, facts and bodies
Fashion to Slave - Part 2
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Fashion to Slave - Part 2

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This image can be used with the following subjects - Art, History and Critical thinking. For Art - string board for the following discussions - materials, what does the vogue pose depict, the message behind the image, a comparison of todays fashion and then. For History - transatlantic slave trade, cotton, the rights of a slave, the countries involved in colonization Critical Thinking - see above
Fashion to Slave - Part 1
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Fashion to Slave - Part 1

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This image can be used with the following subjects - Art, History and Critical thinking. For Art - string board for the following discussions - materials, what does the vogue pose depict, the message behind the image, a comparison of todays fashion and then. For History - transatlantic slave trade, cotton, the rights of a slave, the countries involved in colonization Critical Thinking - see above
Secondary Legislation (Law Making Process) 3
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Secondary Legislation (Law Making Process) 3

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This lesson belongs to a series of lessons titled: Legislation. This is the third lesson and so students already have knowledge and understanding of how the legislation process works in the UK. In this lesson, students will develop knowledge and understanding relating to delegated legislation - what it is, the different types, examples, bodies and facts.