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Zero Tolerance to Bullying 10% discount during Anti-Bullying Week 2018 Develop a whole-school approach to bullying. The way schools view bullying has changed, so these resources focus on peer ... read more ...
Overcoming Bullying 10% discount during Anti-Bullying Week 2018 Designed to help students, teachers and parents address the problem of bullying such as homophobic bullying within school. The ... read more ...
Issues of Addiction Examination of case studies, personal experiences and facts surrounding addictive substances and behaviours enables students to consider all aspects and to make informed choices. Divided ... read more ...
Drugs Use and Abuse Help your students examine the positive as well as negative aspects of drug use with these thought-provoking resources. Students debate why someone might start to ... read more ...
Self-esteem Explores feelings and actions which create a sense of positive or negative self-esteem. Students learn to approach, confront and overcome the negativity which might prevent ... read more ...
Avoiding Crime Encourage your KS3 students to examine the causes and consequences of crime, juvenile crime, and crime in school. Develop strategies to prevent the involvement of ... read more ...
Values for Citizenship: Family Relationships Examines family life in its many forms. Looks at issues from the perspective of parents and children, and helps students develop strategies for making family ... read more ...
Topics in Comparative Religion: Rites of Passage Students explore the different milestones in life from the perspective of three major religions. Comparative religions lesson plans encourage religious tolerance and cultural awareness by ... read more ...
Exploring Ideas of God Use this set of resources to stimulate discussion with your KS4 students. Help them develop a questioning, more philosophical approach to world faith. These lesson ... read more ...
Assemblies with Lessons for Citizenship: Multicultural Britain Make the most of multicultural assemblies with these ready-made preparatory and follow-up lessons. Both the assemblies and the lesson plans are designed to help students ... read more ...
Values for Citizenship: Personal Relationships Friendships and partnerships are so often the centre of young people's lives. Thought- provoking activities develop students' abilities to analyse their own feelings and behaviour, ... read more ...
Values for Citizenship: The Law and You Students develop skills by exploring citizenship and law in Britain and their role in students’ lives. A variety of worksheets improve KS4 students’ knowledge and ... read more ...
Values for Citizenship: Understanding Yourself and Others Encourages students to assess themselves positively and understand the views and motivations of others. Worksheets initially help build confidence and self-esteem and later focus on ... read more ...
Developing Responsible Citizens A wide variety of thought-provoking issues encourage students to examine citizenship in its broadest sense whilst including material which clearly relates to elements of the ... read more ...
Assemblies with Follow-up Activities Thirty tried-and-tested assemblies cover major school and social issues. Each one is designed to stimulate student thought and increase staff involvement. Every assembly comes complete ... read more ...
Topics in Comparative Religion: Festivals Improve your students' religious knowledge while promoting tolerance and cultural awareness by exploring the origins and meanings of festivals. Students examine the significance of festivals ... read more ...
Topics in Comparative Religion: Ideas of God Students explore how people's lives are guided by their ideas of and belief in God. By looking at issues across the three religions students gain ... read more ...
Using the Bible Interesting, 'user-friendly' lessons which give students new understanding of why the Bible is viewed as a challenging book. A wide variety of activities and a ... read more ...
Topics in Comparative Religion: Founders and Leaders Students examine the context and lives of founders and leaders in Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Topics include: Rules; Death; Leadership; Miraculous events; Danger and persecution. read more ...
Topics in Comparative Religion: Festivals 2 Students explore religious festivals from the perspective of three more of the world's major religions: Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism. Topics include: Promises; Sacrifices; Carnivals; Dance; ... read more ...
Chalkface spiral-bound assembly plans and worksheets provide top-quality resources which work well across a wide ability and age range.
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