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Free Careers Education and Teaching Resources- Key Stage 3 and 4 and FE Youth Employment UK

Youth Employment UK has developed a useful set of teaching resources for use in PSHE lessons around careers education. The resources include lesson plans on careers in STEM and information about the free membership programme available to young people aged between 14 and 25 which contains links to information, advice and guidance about professional skills to be developed.

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The SELMA Toolkit for Tackling Online Hate for Secondary Schools

A comprehensive and interactive toolkit resource developed by the SELMA partners to empower secondary school students to find out more about what constitutes hate speech, how reading and absorbing hate speech affects our mental health and emotional wellbeing and what young people themselves can do to tackle hate speech online. The toolkit can be used in PSHE, RSE, Citizenship, ICT lessons or used outside of school by youth clubs and other organisations.

The toolkit aims to develop 3 skill areas:

  • Social and emotional learning (SEL) which helps young people develop self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills and responsible decision-making

  • Media literacy (ML) which gives young people the ability to analyse, evaluate and create online media messages across a variety of contexts

  • Citizenship education (CE) which empowers teenagers to make constructive and ethical choices about personal behaviour and social interactions.

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Teach First Cross-Phase Toolkit: Supporting Smooth Transitions for Pupils between the Phases of Formal Education: A Guide for Teachers and Schools

A useful toolkit compiled by Teach First to provide tips and suggestions for teachers and schools who wish to work together to improve the experience of transition from Early Years into Primary School, Primary School to Secondary School. It is intended to inspire and enable to initiate and maintain collaborative cross-phase work that is going to have a positive impact on the children or young people that schools work with.

The toolkit contains two sections:

  • Research - Looking at the need for cross-phase collaboration and exploring what effective cross-phase collaboration looks like

  • Stories of cross-phase collaboration in practice, with accompanying resources that teachers can use.

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Equaliteach Guide: Tackling Disability-Related Bullying in Primary Schools

A guide produced by Equaliteach for frontline professionals in primary schools designed to help them to address bullying and harassment based on prejudice towards students who have a disability or are perceived to have a disability in an effective manner. The guide includes ideas on activities that can be used to discuss disability and to discuss the importance of tackling bullying on the basis of disability with students.

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International Slavery Museum Resources for Schools

A comprehensive pack designed by the International Slavery Museum for use by teachers in Key Stage 2 and 3 PSHE, RSE, Citizenship, RE or History lessons to teach students about the slave trade in an open and frank way. The resources draw on documents and art that is displayed in the museum.

Sections covered in the resources include learning about Africa, the Atlantic Passage, Plantation Life and the story behind Abolition.

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Disability Action Alliance Information Pack for Professionals working with Children and Young People in Schools

A comprehensive pack designed by Disability Action Alliance to help frontline professionals working with children in schools to develop their awareness of disability, including how they can take action to tackle Disability Hate Crime. The pack includes links to a variety of resources that have been designed, by different organisations, including resources designed by Altogether Better which focus on developing students’ ability to question the stories that they read in mainstream media articles about disabled people, particularly the negative language.

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"The Milk's in the Oven": A Booklet about Dementia for Children and Young People - The Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation’s booklet designed to raise awareness of dementia amongst students in Key Stages and 3. The booklet includes information on describing memory loss, what happens when a loved one is experiencing memory loss as a result of developing dementia and what young people can to do help loved ones experiencing dementia.

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