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Paul Faci is a Specialist Leader in Education (AST) for PSHEE / SMSC. Paul originally comes from Australia and has taught in a variety of settings, including PRU-equvalent settings with disadvantaged young people. Paul is currently living and working in London and is passionate about sharing resources that help teachers promote healthy lifestyles, educating young people about the skills they need to become active citizens in modern Britain.

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Paul Faci is a Specialist Leader in Education (AST) for PSHEE / SMSC. Paul originally comes from Australia and has taught in a variety of settings, including PRU-equvalent settings with disadvantaged young people. Paul is currently living and working in London and is passionate about sharing resources that help teachers promote healthy lifestyles, educating young people about the skills they need to become active citizens in modern Britain.
E-Safety: consequences of  inappropriate online behaviour
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E-Safety: consequences of inappropriate online behaviour

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This resource uses a video called 'Tagged' (Australian) to show the immediate consequences of online trolling and posting inappropriate material online in an attempt to bring someone else reputation into disrepute. There is also an interesting clip about online trolling - freedom of expression or should trolling be made illegal - class debate.
Learning to Learn
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Learning to Learn

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5 lessons designed to assist students (year 6/7) to understand how they like to learn, being resilient, boosting memory, becoming more confident independent learners
Mental Health v Mental Illness
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Mental Health v Mental Illness

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Using mental health agencies such as TimeToChange, students explore the difference between mental health, mental illness, bust some common myths/stereotypes, encouraged to discuss issues surrounding MH/MI. How to respond to people who have MH/MI. A physiological look at the brain when someone is depressed, underling the impacts depression has on learning, memory and flourishing. Please note, some students can be sensitive towards this session. Consider your audience carefully, set some ground rules and provide students with a safe place to share thoughts, and/or exit the class if necessary.
Child Sexual Exploitation KS3
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Child Sexual Exploitation KS3

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This resource should be delivered by a member of safeguarding/PSHEE leader. Utilises some CEOP videos, how to report CSE online, ChildLine, Police, Think U Know, the Law, Consent, Short and Long Term consequences
Exam Stress
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Exam Stress

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KS4/5 Exam Stress PSHEE Tutor lesson - identifying signs/symptoms of stress and possible ways to overcome it. Lots of opportunity for discussion and sharing of ideas. Includes three videos which students can relate to.
Child Sexual Exploitation / E-Safety
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Child Sexual Exploitation / E-Safety

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CSE KS3 and 4 assemblies and a PSHEE tutor session on E-Safety. Consequences of posting inappropriate online behaviour in an attempt to bring down someone's reputation.
British Values
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British Values

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A contextualised display of what the British Values might mean in 'student friendly' language. Have put these up in my own school, and they have gone down a treat.
Peer to Peer Abuse - Staff Awareness Safeguarding CPD
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Peer to Peer Abuse - Staff Awareness Safeguarding CPD

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Peer to peer abuse is high on the Ofsted agenda for safeguarding CPD provision. This CPD brings together a number of definitions / domains of P2P abuse including bullying, sexual, physical and others. This CPD refers to MyConcern as the tool of reporting child protection concerns within a school setting - if you do not use my concern, please update this slide to reflect the CP Policy you require your staff to follow. Adjust this session to your needs. There are many references included for you to do further research if you so wish. This is merely a starting point to raise awareness and alert staff to the every growing problem we face in UK schools.
End of Year Quiz Fun
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End of Year Quiz Fun

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This end of year quiz is suited for secondary (year 7 – 13). 8 rounds of 10 questions featuring: current affairs, general knowledge, movies, celebrities, sport, music (embedded audio files), famous places, flags. Enjoy! (and well done for getting to the end of the year! Enjoy your summer hols!)
Challenging casual homophobia, racism and other oppressive language
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Challenging casual homophobia, racism and other oppressive language

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Too often our students use 'street language' or casual use of flippant jokes to describe situations in their lives, i.e., "That book is gay...." or "oh that's so retarded" Clearly this is an inappropriate use of language and must be challenged. This tutor resource offers some strategies to stand up to and challenge the inappropriate use of this language. Your school policy should also support this type of work, staff should be trained and resources should be at hand to give to those individuals who require more support.
Consent (SRE)
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Consent (SRE)

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SRE Lesson on Consent - Tutor resource for PSHEE. It is advised that safeguarding review this resource. Staff should be comfortable when delivering this resource after establishing some very clear ground rules first.
Child Sexual Exploitation - Internet Safety - Kayleigh's Love Story 2017
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Child Sexual Exploitation - Internet Safety - Kayleigh's Love Story 2017

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A confronting assembly based on the shocking true story of Kayleigh Haywood, 15, who was groomed online, raped and killed by two older men. The video featured in this assembly was developed by Leicester Police and Kayleigh's parents to raise awareness of the dangers of meeting people online whose true identity is unknown. This also explains how to report an issue online but also discusses the other dangers of online safety including gaming/social networking.
Financial capability
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Financial capability

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KS3/4/5 Citizenship - Financial independence. Students investigate spending, budgeting, mobile phone, needs v wants, setting life aspirations, managing money and making financial decisions. This bundle includes some homework tasks and group work and is accessible by all and an extra lesson that introduces the new £5 banknote. These lessons are fully customisable and can be adapted to a younger/older audience. Enjoy!
Healthy friendships
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Healthy friendships

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Transitioning from primary and secondary school can be a scary time for students. Friendships are one of the most important factors for students during this time. This lesson looks at what attributes are important / not important in a healthy friendship. The lesson consists of a card sort / open class discussion/debate. Diamond 9 for independent critical thinking and a reflective task that.
Hate Crime - UK
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Hate Crime - UK

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An introduction into what hate incidents/crimes are, how to report them and a discussion about the significant increase in reported hate crimes in the UK post the EU Brexit result. Ensure you create a safe and respectful space/tone to the lesson as there will be some heated debates in this. Set some boundaries/rules about how students express their opinions. Homework task included.