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Grantee 24-25 Resource Pack

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Overview

This resource pack is aimed at our external (non-Ormiston network) 2024-2025 Youth Social Action grantee schools. The resources for the grant process are available to download from this page. Please create a free account to begin downloading. For full guides and additional resources, check out what else we have on our digital resource hub.

In this pack you will find:

1. Embedding high quality YSA guide
This implementation guide is specific to a grant offered by the Ormiston Trust which schools can apply for to run a YSA programme in 2024-2025. This guide gives applicants step-by- step explanations to follow and should be read in conjunction with the accompanying grant guidelines.

2. Curriculum, Passport and Skills Delivery guide
This guide’s main aim is to support you in delivering your Youth Social Action project through the curriculum, passport and teaching young people the necessary skills. It outlines the content of the core resources which you are expected to deliver as a grant recipient.


3. Skills Guide
This guide supports teachers in delivering 2 hours of core skills training to help students deliver their YSA projects. It contains lesson plans that integrate activities teaching communication, teamwork, problem solving, and reflection skills.

4. Curriculum Guides x4
These guides give information on how to embed four social action issues: Climate Change, Health & Wellbeing, Inclusion & Diversity, and Poverty, across a range of school subjects. They are designed to enable teachers to deliver YSA learning within the national curriculum, meaning no additional time or teacher workload is necessary to deliver the sessions.
 


5. YSA Passport
The passport supports the reflection process of YSA projects. Passports have been developed as a medium for pupils to plan and record their journey through the social action process. It gives pupils tasks to be completed in class or as part of their home learning process.

For further support
If you are a 2024-2025 grantee & require further information, please do not hesitate to contact Samia Akram at samiaakram@ormistontrust.co.uk

Key Stage: KS 1, KS 2, KS 3, KS 4
Resource type: Key Overview
Owner: Ormiston Trust

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All Resources KS 1 (Zipped Folder),All Resources KS 2 (Zipped Folder),All Resources KS 3&4 (Zipped Folder)

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Teaching Guide

Guide

Lesson Overview

Overview of Lessons

Project Planning

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All Resources KS 1 (Zipped Folder)

All Resources KS 2 (Zipped Folder)

All Resources KS 3&4 (Zipped Folder)

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This YSA starter pack contains the key resources needed to plan and deliver YSA in your setting.
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This YSA starter pack contains the key resources needed to plan and deliver YSA in your setting.

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Grantee 24-25 Resource Pack

This Grantee 24-25 Resource Pack contains the key resources grantees need to plan and deliver YSA.
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This Grantee 24-25 Resource Pack contains the key resources grantees need to plan and deliver YSA.

Background Reading (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)
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Background Reading (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)

This overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand the context of Inclusion and Diversity.
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This overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand the topic of Inclusion and Diversity and how it can be delivered at Key Stage 1.

Inclusion and Diversity Snapshot
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Inclusion and Diversity Snapshot

This Snapshot provides an overview of all the resources, guides, and lesson plans to equip teachers for effective awareness and teaching.
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Diversity and inclusion help children learn to empathise with people who are different from them. It makes all young people better learners, allowing them to understand various subjects from multiple points of view. By having access to educational content, each child is able to fully participate in their own learning, which provides them with the skills and resources for later life. At each key stage, we have used the National Curriculum, providing links and examples of how inclusion and diversity can be delivered through a range of subjects or as bespoke lessons as part of the inspire and inform steps of Youth Social Action.