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Religious Studies, Citizenship and PSHE - Miss Morris Manc

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This shop contains a collection of Religious Studies, Citizenship, PSHE and anti-racism resources for both KS3 and KS4 that have been created by a teacher with 10+ years experience.

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This shop contains a collection of Religious Studies, Citizenship, PSHE and anti-racism resources for both KS3 and KS4 that have been created by a teacher with 10+ years experience.
Edexcel Citizenship Studies (2016) Theme B revision poster
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Edexcel Citizenship Studies (2016) Theme B revision poster

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The key pieces of information required for students to know when revising Theme B. Suitable for printing in colour on A3. Parties and candidates Forming/organising the work of the government Westminster Parliament Elections and voting systems Constitution Government taxation and spending
Do prisons work?
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Do prisons work?

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Students will look at: statistics from UK prisons reoffending rates humane prisons in Norway Christian teachings on prisoners
Edexcel Citizenship Studies (2016) Theme C revision poster
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Edexcel Citizenship Studies (2016) Theme C revision poster

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The key pieces of information required for students to know when revising Theme C. Suitable for printing in colour on A3. The role of law in everyday life in dealing with complex problems Principles and sources of law Civil and criminal law The justice system in England and Wales Courts and tribunals Youth justice Crime and society Sentences and punishments
Refugee Week 2020
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Refugee Week 2020

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An assembly using resources from the Refugee Week 2020 website - information on the difference between refugees and asylum seekers, key facts, and activities for students to complete at home.
Refugee Week 2021
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Refugee Week 2021

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Assembly for Refugee Week including statistics about refugees/asylum seekers in the UK, threats to refugees in the UK, recent UK changes in policy and relevant videos.
Abrahamic Religious Key Figures: Muhammad
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Abrahamic Religious Key Figures: Muhammad

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Lesson five taken from the Abrahamic Religious Key Figures scheme of work. Resources include: - Muhammad's life story - Video links to information about Muhammad's life - Images related to Muhammad's life for students to create a storyboard - Discussion points on what it must have been life for Muhammad to be chosen as God's messenger
Edexcel Religious Studies B: Christian Beliefs exam questions and answers
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Edexcel Religious Studies B: Christian Beliefs exam questions and answers

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30+ different examples of possible exam questions for the Christian Beliefs topic. One sheet contains accepted answers from the Edexcel mark scheme that students can use to mark their work. The other sheet contains questions without answers that students can use their revision guide/text book to get example answers for to create revision notes.
Edexcel Religious Studies B: Muslim Beliefs exam questions and answers
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Edexcel Religious Studies B: Muslim Beliefs exam questions and answers

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30+ different examples of possible exam questions for the Muslim Beliefs topic. One sheet contains accepted answers from the Edexcel mark scheme that students can use to mark their work. The other sheet contains questions without answers that students can use their revision guide/text book to get example answers for to create revision notes.
Black History Month: Black British icons competition
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Black History Month: Black British icons competition

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This resources raises awareness of the achievements of Black British people. Posters with information about 30 different heroes can be placed around school. Students then need to find the posters and, using their answer sheet, write in the names Resources includes people like: Baroness Rosalind Howells (Labour member of the House of Lords) Wilfred Wood (Bishop of Croydon from 1985 to 2003, the first black bishop in the Church of England) Benjamin Zephaniah (A British writer who was included in The Times list of Britain’s top 50 post-war writers) Mary Seacole (Funded her own trip to Crimea in 1854 to nurse wounded British soldiers on the battlefield)
Black History Month: Songs
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Black History Month: Songs

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A PowerPoint that can be used as a starter over several different days or as an entire lesson. Twelve songs from the time of the Civil Rights Movement or about equality, with information about each, to spark discussion. Additional document includes lyrics of all the songs. From Nina Simone to Common, Sam Cooke to Bob Marley, there’s an eclectic range of through promoting songs.
Extremism: IRA
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Extremism: IRA

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Lesson three taken from the Extremism scheme of work. Resources include: - Information about the IRA - Information and video links on the Manchester bomb in 1996 - Discussion points on whether the IRA's actions can be justified - Key words - Practice exam question