Posts tagged Citizenship
Ten Heritage Lessons - "This is How We Got Here" LGBT History Project Lesson Plans Key Stages 3 and 4- Schools OUT UK for The Proud Trust

The This is How We Got Here’ project aimed to uncover hidden stories of LGBT activism and civil rights history over the period 1960 to 2000. The interviews were conducted by young people aged 14-25 from youth clubs in Stockport, Wythenshawe and Manchester and led to the creation of 10 lesson plans by teachers at Schools OUT UK for The Proud Trust. These lesson plans can be adapted for use in History, English, PSHE and Citizenship, Geography and Science lessons to help mark LGBT History Month 2019.

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Young Carers Awareness Day Resources 2019

Young Carers Awareness Day is on the 31st January and schools and colleges are being encouraged to talk more with students about the challenges faced by fellow peers who are young carers and highlight awareness of organisations and resources young carers can access for help. These resources have been created by The Carer’s Trust to help spark positive conversations in PSHE/RSE/Citizenship lessons.

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Anti-Fraud Education Lesson Plans for Key Stages 3 and 4 -Cifas and PSHE Association

Anti-Fraud Education by Cifas’ is a set of four free lesson plans for secondary schools that focus on awareness of fraud, common scams, identity theft and money mules.

The two lesson plans for key stage 3 students introduce the concept of fraud and the importance of digital literacy and data protection within the context of financial risk. The two lessons for key stage 4 build on this learning by encouraging students to think about their responsibility for financial information in more independent contexts.

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Omnibus Survey of pupils and their parents/carers 2018

his report draws together the findings from the fourth wave (wave 4) of the omnibus survey of school pupils and their parents/ carers in England, which was conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the Department for Education (DfE).

Topics covered include:

  • Involvement in extra-curricular and musical activities, experience of breakfast clubs, and opinions towards flexible working for teachers

  • Exploring opinions towards citizenship and knowledge of politics

  • Decision-making regarding GCSEs and information received on apprenticeships and vocational qualifications

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Pupil Parliament LitFilmFest Resource

Created with the Houses of Parliament, this 10 lesson resource for Key Stage 2 shows your class how they can make a difference whilst writing and videoing their own speeches. Lead your class through the process of reporting whilst taking a problem to a Member of the Lords and an MP. Then, your children become MPs themselves; writing and delivering their own parliamentary speeches.

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