Kiddo's Choice

KS3

Lesson Description

Pupils explore the consequences of crime and anti social behaviour aided by a DVD. Youth Offending Teams, Magistrates in the community and HM Prison Service or Victim Support join forces with the police to deliver interactive workshops.

Teachers' Resources

Extended Teachers Resources Description

These resources provide follow up learning activities and ideas that will promote discussion on a specific aspect of Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB), namely Wildlife Crime.

Extended Teachers' Resources

Breaking the Cycle (S)

KS3

Lesson Description

Using a variety of stimuli including photographs and scenarios pupils learn to empathise with and be sensitive towards other peoples' experiences and feelings. Pupils consider the harmful effects of bullying and assertive ways of dealing with it. The lesson also highlights that in later life aspects of bullying can become criminal offences.

Teachers' Resources

Cultural Identity (S)

KS3

Lesson Description

Through class discussion, pair work and critical reflection, pupils explore the need to understand cultural differences and recognise expressions of prejudice and stereotyping. Pupils are encouraged to value equal opportunity, cultural and religous diversity and respect the dignity of themselves and others.

Teachers' Resources

Extended Teachers Resources Description

These resources provide follow-up learning activities and ideas that will allow open discussion of issues in relation to extremism in its broadest sense.

Extended Teachers' Resources

Extended Teachers' Resources

Save Me!

KS4

Lesson Description

Through debate and group work young people learn to value cultural diversity and recognise how stereotypes can result in prejudice and hate crime. Problem-solving scenarios help them to become more aware of community support agencies.

Teachers' Resources

COW (S)

KS4

Lesson Description

This lesson uses extracts from the "COW" DVD to examine the dangers of distractions when driving. Through interactive activities and group work it highlights the law in relation to driving and explores the consequences for all those involved, whether directly or indirectly.

Teachers' Resources

Rights and Responsibilities (S)

KS4

Lesson Description

Through a variety of activities including debate and discussion pupils explore the need to be aware of and challenge if necessary social injustice, exploitation and denial of human rights. The lesson also seeks to raise awareness of the range of attitudes, expectations and behaviours in society regarding relationships and understand the difference between arranged and forced marriages.

Teachers' Resources

Extended Teachers Resources Description

These resources provide follow-up learning activities and ideas that will allow open discussion of issues in relation to Arranged and Forced Marriage in its broadest sense.

Extended Teachers' Resources