Latest: Covid return KS2 KS3
- Covid return KS2 KS3
- Gender Inequality
- Human Rights
- Is there an afterlife?
- Learning From Love Island 2020
- Moral Dilemmas
- Thinking about Community
- Thinking about Identity
- Would You Rather?
Lesson to support the return to school for younger students following covid-19
A lesson to introduce students to the concept of exploitation. Allows students to explore healthy and unhealthy relationships before moving on to examine the features of abusive relationships that occur in Child Sexual Exploitation. Includes space for schools to add their own personalised safeguarding information.
This lesson explores gender inequality from a moral, legal and religious perspective. An innovative way to meet the demands of both RE and Citizenship curriculums.
This lesson evaluates Human Rights from a national, global and Christian perspective. An innovative way to meet the demands of both RE and Citizenship curriculums.
This lesson explores the Christian perspective of 'an afterlife' through the medium of global citizenship. An innovative way to meet the demands of both RE and Citizenship curriculums.
A short lesson that uses case studies from Love Island 2020 to stimulate RSE discussion. Great for form.
A lesson exploring a range of common moral dilemmas. Allows students to explore scenarios from a range of perspectives.
This lesson explores rude behaviour and encourages students to think about the impact being rude could have on their life
A lesson to encourage students to reflect on the communities in which they are a part of and the impact they have upon their identity.
A lesson to encourage students to reflect on their own identity and the identity of others.
This lesson takes the classic 'would you rather?' game and gives it an SMSC twist. Great for form time or PSHE lessons.