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PSHE Scheme for Students with MLD or EBD

Price: £95.00
Age Range: KS3 KS4

This complete PSHE scheme was designed mainly for special schools but is also an ideal resource for mainstream schools coping with an influx of pupils with special needs. The scheme is written to cater for KS3 and KS4 students with a wide variety of abilities and attention spans. Suitable for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 students with emotional and behavioural disorder (EBD) and moderate learning difficulties (MLD).

Each topic is covered by a pair of worksheets which share a central activity, but approach it at different levels:

  • higher level worksheet has a reading age of 9 and uses 120 words per page
  • lower level worksheet has a reading age of 7 and only 75 words per page.

Beyond this, these resources for PSHE for special needs has all the features you expect from mainstream Chalkface PSHE resources.

Please note these lesson plans and worksheets are not suitable for mainstream students.

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Size: 259 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 202 0
Author(s): Joan Ellis
Code: PSME
Popularity rank: 167

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Contents List

Sex Education

Topics include: Understanding physical changes at puberty; Attitudes to physical attraction; Showing affection in different types of relationship.


Topics include: Exploring gender issues and sexual equality; Understanding the concept of assertiveness; Developing an awareness of sources of stress.

You and Society

Topics include: Understanding the structural elements of society; Building an awareness of family budgeting; Understanding social problems and their causes.

Future Choices

Topics include: Exploring feelings about changing schools; Considering skills and qualities for future employment; Developing skills associated with independent living.

Drug Awareness

Topics include: Increasing awareness of what drugs are and what they do; Examining the involvement of peer group pressure in drug taking; Understanding acceptable consumption of alcohol.