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Introduction to Sex & Relationship Education
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Introduction to Sex & Relationship Education

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First in a series of lessons about Sex Education, aimed primarily at students in year 9/10. Covers physical and emotional changes to our bodies that occur during puberty and identifying ways to manage the changes. Contains powerpoint and worksheet. Works best if all powerpoints are used with worksheets and the worksheets provide good evidence of progress in a PHSE topic.
Dangers of Sexting
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Dangers of Sexting

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This is the sixth lesson in a series of PSHE lesson about relationships and sex. In this lesson students should learn about what sexting is and the dangers/ consequences of sexting.
Urbanisation In Brazil
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Urbanisation In Brazil

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Introduction to the concept of urbanisation, rural/urban and push & pull factors. These are framed in the context of Brazil and aims to have students define the key terms related to urbanisation and discuss the positive and negative effects of urbanisation in Brazil.
Introduction to World War One
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Introduction to World War One

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First in a series of lessons covering 6 weeks that focuses on World War One. This first lesson introduces the topic and the format of the series of lessons along with answering the question “Why was WW1 significant?”. These lessons have intergrated English themes with them so students are challenged with spellings and at the end of four lessons must produce a piece of writing to summarize the content they have learnt.
Consent PHSE
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Consent PHSE

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Fourth in a series of lessons about Sex Education, aimed primarily at students in year 9/10. Covers consent in relationships and how to give consent and when you need to ask for consent. This also includes examples of the outcomes of not asking for consent. Contains powerpoint and worksheet. Works best if all powerpoints are used with worksheets and the worksheets provide good evidence of progress in a PHSE topic.
World War 1
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World War 1

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Bundle containing several lessons about WW1 aimed primarily at secondary school students ages 11-14. In this series of lessons students learn about a variety of topics in WW1 including; recruitment, poety, investigation into primary sources, battles, tactics and much more!
Body Image and Social Media
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Body Image and Social Media

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Third in a series of lessons about Sex Education, aimed primarily at students in year 9/10. Covers the way our bodies are portrayed in the media and how to identify fake images and why people would edit their images. Contains powerpoint and worksheet. Works best if all powerpoints are used with worksheets and the worksheets provide good evidence of progress in a PHSE topic.
Expectations within relationships
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Expectations within relationships

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The fifth lesson in a series of PSHE session. In this lesson students will identify expectations and pressures that can occur in relationships and how to navigate/ respond to them .
Year 9 Sex Education and Relationships
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Year 9 Sex Education and Relationships

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In this series of lessons students will be learning what hygine is, how to keep clean, expectations in relationships, dangers of sexting, consent and body images through social media. This is aimed at 14-18 years old.
Map Skills Revision
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Map Skills Revision

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The first PowerPoint in a series to help students to recap their knowledge of OS maps and other Cartographic skills. The first few slides recap the importance of using maps and some historical knowledge on why we use OS maps. This lesson contains: Task 1: Students are asked in groups to match up a key map term along with a definition and example of the feature. Recap on compass directions Task 2: Stick the compass direction on the sheet and then differentiated further task to encourage looking into orientation. Four figure grid reference recap Task 3: Find harry potter characters on the sheet and write the grid coordinates for them. Plenary: Confidence check on how students are feeling about the coordinates.
Introduction to Brazil
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Introduction to Brazil

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The beginning of a series of lessons aimed towards Year 9. This first resources aims to introduce South America and Brazil to students, with a look into the physical geography of the area to help students get a grasp of the location of this series of lessons. -Contains Google Earth Tour of Brazil -Recap of the 7 continents of the world -Countries of South America activity -Label countries of SA sheet -Location of physical features of SA -Plenary task, summary of lesson gap fill.
Hygiene and Keeping Clean
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Hygiene and Keeping Clean

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Second lesson in a series of lessons about sex education and relationships. This lesson aims to define what hygiene is, understand the importance. Students at the end of the lesson should be able to identify way to maintain their hygiene and explain its importance. Included is a worksheet that can be used with the other series of lessons about SRE and health.
Lesson 1- Where do we live?
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Lesson 1- Where do we live?

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The first lesson in a series that informs year 7’s about their location and how to describe their location at global, national and local scales. This series of lessons aim to to recap their knowledge of OS maps and other Cartographic skills.
Climate of Brazil
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Climate of Brazil

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Students will begin to explore the physical features of Brazil, then explore the varying climate of Brazil. From this students will be introduced to climate graphs and given practice creating their own and interpreting others. Plenary includes summary paragraph.
Lesson 4- To argue the causes of WW1
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Lesson 4- To argue the causes of WW1

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In this lessons students will learn how to create a good argument then identify the causes of WW1. Then students will discuss all sides of the story then come to a valid conclusion with evidence and explain how they have reached that conclusion