The PSHE Association has collaborated with RSPH and the Health Foundation to create free to download lesson plans, teacher guidance and a wealth of accompanying materials which focus on the factors that influence our health and wellbeing.
The lessons take their inspiration from a dystopian short story by Tim Byrne, which won a national competition run by RSPH and the Health Foundation. The focus throughout the lessons is on raising awareness of steps young people can take to support their physical and emotional health whilst recognising the influences, limitations and constraints on these decisions.
Aimed at year 9 and 10 students, this resource seeks to support schools to build student resilience to unhealthy wellbeing choices. It helps raise awareness of the social, environmental and economic factors that influence our health such as our education and employment opportunities; our housing; our social networks; where we live, and the extent such factors facilitate exercise, a good diet and social connection. It also helps students develop skills such as critical evaluation of advertising and problem-solving.
Download your FREE ‘Health: From Here to Where’ Resources here
The PSHE Association have worked with the Home Office on creating fully updated PSHE education resources to support the government’s Disrespect NoBody campaign.
The campaign, and resources, aim to help young people understand and maintain healthy relationships while learning about consent and what constitutes controlling behaviour, violence and abuse.
By promoting healthy attitudes and behaviours at an early age, the campaign seeks to challenge damaging ones and prevent the onset of domestic violence in adults in the long term.
These free resources will support you to help young people develop key PSHE skills and attributes such as empathy, respect, communication and negotiation so that they can enjoy healthy relationships as they grow up and in adulthood.
The PSHE Association has worked with the Home Office to update and streamline the lesson plans, guidance and activities for 2018, following helpful feedback from our members. The pack includes the following materials which can be easily integrated into your PSHE education planning:
- A campaign discussion guide
- Discussion guides, lesson plans and ready-made template slide decks on three topics: relationship abuse, sharing sexual images and consent
- Interactive classroom activities, including agony aunt responses, true or false questions and myth busting activities
Download your FREE Disrespect NoBody Resources Here
The TENTH My Money Week takes place from 11th – 17th June 2018 – take part today!
For the tenth anniversary of My Money Week, Young Money have developed exciting and brand new digital video resources for primary and secondary schools which offers an interactive learning experience with short videos focused on making money decisions.
Primary pupils will explore raising and saving money and charitable giving by making decisions on behalf of the school council featured in the videos.
Secondary students will consider mobile phones, insurance and risk by making decisions on behalf of the young people featured in the videos.
The digital resources are accompanied by a comprehensive set of primary and secondary downloadable teaching materials containing further activities, ideas and lesson plans.
Supported by Martin Lewis OBE, My Money Week is a national activity week for primary and secondary schools that provides a fantastic opportunity for young people to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence in money matters to thrive in our society.
Take Part Here
Children face lots of different types of change in life. They may find change fun and exciting, but also scary and worrying. At this time of year, you may have pupils preparing to transition from primary to secondary school. Young Minds 360 schools have provided a number of resources you can use to help your pupils cope with the transition and understand how they’re feeling about it.
These resources – aimed for both Year 6 and Year 7 pupils – will help children face some of their fears and worries about moving to secondary school. They’ve included activities that will encourage pupils to find solutions or strategies to manage their feelings. Learning about transition and how to cope with it will prepare your pupils for the many other changes they face in life.
First Aid Learning for Young People – a comprehensive resource from the British Red Cross – has just been awarded the PSHE Association Quality Mark for PSHE education resources.
The resource is free to access and gives 11 to 19 year-olds the skills, confidence and willingness to step in to help in a first aid emergency.
‘First aid learning for young people’ includes:
- engaging videos,
- thought-provoking case studies,
- online quizzes,
- skill guides
- and role-play activities
which can be used to develop short sessions or a whole programme of lessons as part of your PSHE curriculum. The British Red Cross supports PSHE as a means to deliver first aid education and this resource aims to provide you with what you need to do in an effective, straightforward and engaging way, without needing any first aid training yourself.
The PSHE Association have previously quality assured Life. Live It. from the British Red Cross for 5 to 11-year-olds, should you teach younger learners.
Find out more and access the resources
‘Faith in Us, Educating Young People about Islamophobia’ is a resource for teachers to use in the classroom to work with young people and educate about Islamophobia.
The resources include lesson plans with tips and advice of how individuals can recognise and respond to Islamophobic incidents. This provides an excellent opportunity to deliver a relevant project during Ramadan leading to individuals becoming “Agents for Change”
More details and free downloads can be found here.
For full advice, support and guidance with meeting the Prevent Duty, staff training, student workshops and advice for promoting British values in the curriculum, please contact: Perryn Jasper, Prevent Education Officer, email@example.com or call 020 8359 7371