All of these schemes of work are fully resourced and are meant to be a starting point for adaption to individual schools and classes. They include PowerPoints, videos [which I have created or links to YouTube ones], Student workbook [PDF & Editable] and teachers notes as well as a progress check midway and at the end of the unit. 

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Consent, Contraception, and Conception

In this Scheme of Learning you will be looking at the concept of consent, what it means and what it doesn’t under UK law. You will look at various types of intimate relationships and discuss what needs to be considered before you become intimate with someone. You will go through different forms of contraception and evaluate them as well as consider the questions that need to be asked before people choose to become parents.

  1. Recap on Puberty and Relationships 
    • The correct terminology for human reproductive organs.
    • The behaviours of a healthy and unhealthy relationship.
    • The terminology relating to sexuality.
  2. Consent 
    • To understand what is meant by affirmative consent.
    • To define various terms relating to intimate relationships.
    • To consider the factors to consider before becoming intimate with someone.
  3. Contraception 
    • To identify reasons for using contraception.
    • To identify different forms of contraception and how they work.
    • To complete the condom demonstration.
  4. Conception and Parental Rights 
    • The options open to a women when she become pregnant.
    • The considerations to be considered before becoming parents.
    • The rights of parents in the UK.

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Welcome to the Real World 

In this scheme of learning you will be focusing on learning about financial management skills and understanding the link between education, work and lifestyles, through a role play scenario.

  1.  Introduction
    • How the game works.
    • How much you already know about household budgeting and the cost of living.
  2. The Dream 
    • The cost of your dream life.
    • How to work out a percentage
    • How to build a budget
  3. Getting a job 
    • Find out your role for the remainder of the unit.
    • The link between education and job prospects
    • Look at similarities and differences in the roles.
  4. Reality Bites 
    • How income limits the choices people have.
    • How to work out a percentage.
    • The types of things that people spend their salary on.
  5.  Unexpected Events 
    • To look at the lifestyles and budgets you have created and see how they stand up to some of life’s unexpected events (both good and bad).

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Moral Thinking 

In this unit of work you are going to be exploring your own personal values, developing critical  thinking skills and formulating an opinion. You will be doing this by looking at various moral and  philosophical situations. You will also look at how decisions and actions have consequences that need to be considered.

Introduction

  • The difference between an opinion, a belief and a fact.
  • The factors which shape our opinions, beliefs and decision making.

Decision Making

  • What influence our decision making.
  • The different ways that we make a decision.
  • How to make a decision or state an opinion and justify it.

Thought Experiments

  • What a thought experiment is.
  • To take an active part in some classic thought experiments.
  • To develop skills of forming and justifying an opinion

Armageddon.

  • To take an active part in the thought experiments.
  • To develop skills of forming and justifying an opinion.

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Rights and Responsibilities 

In this Scheme of Learning Students will be looking at the development of the Human Rights Act and its importance in today’s society. They will be looking at case studies to determine if human rights have been infringed. In the second part of the phase you will be looking at different types of discrimination and how to combat it.

 

History of Human Rights

  • What the human rights are according to the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights.
  • Where human rights came from.
  • Some of the difficulties in writing the Declaration of Human Rights.

Balancing Human Rights

  • Consider if all rights are absolute.
  • Understand that rights have to be balanced against responsibilities and laws.

Discrimination and Prejudice

  • What is meant by the term's discrimination and prejudice.
  • What the protected characteristics are under the Equalities Act 2010
  • Standing up for ourselves and others
  • Strategies for standing up for others.

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