This is a series of lessons is on disability representation for KS3 learners. Through a series of lessons you will learn more about how disability has been explored through different art mediums and why positive representation is important.
Key Stage 3
An exploration of how diet culture has permeated the consciousness of mainstream society. We also look at fatphobia and healthy relationships with food. Pupils will get the opportunity to create a leaflet and present as part of a group.
Through a series of six lessons you are going to be learning about women who have played influential roles throughout history but aren’t often referenced.
In these lessons you are going to be using sources to complete your learning and will be given the opportunity to evaluate and make a judgement about how influential these women were.
This series of lessons explore a history of equal marriage in the UK and an understanding of why equal marriage is important.
This is a 6 lesson project looking at versions of events from a woman’s point of view. Using ‘The Worlds Wife’ collection of poems by Carol Ann Duffy we explore stereotypes and how the media perceive women and events today.
A PSHE lesson that shows students how life has changed for disabled people in the UK. This includes learning about the Disability Discrimination Act and how life can is now for disabled people living in the UK.
An in depth look at the holistic nature of safe sex, looking at the physical, emotional and legal risks of being in a sexual relationship. Some of the topics include STIs and contraception, abusive relationships, consent and sex drive.
This set of lessons looks at the importance of money, how to effectively budget, and how to live in an economically conscious way. The lessons cover how to shop and cook on a budget, the importance of saving and budget retail with a focus on the negative impacts of fast fashion. In the final lesson, students will explore the role that foodbanks play in the UK.
Through a series of six lessons you will learn about mental health. You will explore the stigma attached to mental health, how to recognise signs and symptoms of mental health problems and identify positive coping strategies. You will reflect on the way social media can impact our mental health and the positive role models that exist who promote the open discussion of mental health.
Through a series of six lessons you will consider the importance of learning about true histories. You will learn about key historical movements, cultures and figures and will reflect on how fairly Black people are represented in the history that we are taught.