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    Lessons, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    What is the Law?

    Watch a read-aloud version of the book ‘What is the Law?’, in which a hedgehog called Snippet finds out about the law. The book has been separated into four chapters…

    Lessons, Social action/Active Citizenship, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Being Part of a School Community

    During this lesson pupils recap what we mean by the term active citizen. They consider what qualities and skills an active citizen should have and explore how these skills and…

    Lessons, Social action/Active Citizenship, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Children’s Rights

    In this lesson pupils will learn that there are specific rights for children which are set out in the United Nations Conventions on the Rights of the Child. Pupils will…

    Lessons, Sustainability and the Environment, KS4 (ages 14-16)

    COMING SOON! Climate action – using the law to drive change

    COP26 is being hosted in Glasgow this year and will be a pivotal moment in tackling the global climate...

    Lessons, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Conflicting Rights

    In this lesson pupils will revisit their knowledge of human rights to consider situations in which people’s rights may appear in conflict with one another. Pupils will debate how they…

    Lessons, Community, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Design a Community Centre

    In this lesson pupils will consider the varying needs and interests of a range of fictional characters and design a community centre and activity programme that matches their requirements.  …

    Lessons, Community, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Design an Inclusive Playground

    In this lesson pupils will consider the varying needs and interests of the Go-Giver characters and design a playground that matches these requirements. They will work in groups to present…

    Lessons, Politics and Democracy, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Difficult Decisions

    Over a series of short sessions, pupils will have the opportunity to consider simple social and moral dilemmas which may arise in day to day life. Pupils will be encouraged…

    Lessons, Diversity and Inclusion, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Discrimination

    In this lesson pupils will develop their understanding of the term ‘discrimination’. Pupils will consider what makes them unique and learn which characteristics are protected under the Equality Act. Pupils…

    Lessons, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS4 (ages 14-16)

    Ethics, Innovation and the Law

    Aimed at KS4 and Post-16, your students will: Explore the way technology is developing and the impacts this has...

    Lessons, Health and Wellbeing, Relationships, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Keeping Safe at Home

    In this lesson pupils will spot potential risks in the home. They will learn how they can help adults to keep them safe by reporting problems and keeping the home…

    Lessons, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS3 (ages 11-14)

    Law in Wales

    Did you know that the age of criminal responsibility in Wales is ten? In Scotland it is 12. In...

    Lessons, Politics and Democracy, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Magna Carta

    During this lessons pupils will look at the history of the Magna Carta and consider how it has helped shape the laws we have today.   Pupils consider what ‘fairness’…

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