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Youth Social Action Starter Pack

Youth Social Action Starter Pack

Overview

This Youth Social Action starter pack contains the key resources needed to plan and deliver YSA in your setting. Choose the relevant Key Stage folder to download.
 
Here’s what you’ll find:
 
Implementation guide
The main aim of this guide is to enable leaders to embed YSA within their schools at the primary level. It provides step-by-step guidance through the Steps of Youth Social Action. It refers to additional documents that can be used to support leaders.
 
The guide is divided into three sections:
Section 1 - Introduction to YSA, Meaning, Benefits, Key Principles, and Process
Section 2 - Explores the framework, focus areas, young people's number scales, curriculum links, and commitments.
Section 3 - Explores the use of the passport in assessing and guiding young people through their YSA journey.
 
5-hour skills guide
This guide supports teachers in delivering 5 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.
 
YSA Passport
The passport supports the reflection process of #WeWill 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.

Key Stage: KS 1, KS 2, KS 3, KS 4, KS 5, All
Resource type: Key Overview
Subject(s): Citizenship & PSHE, Science, English, Maths, History, Geography, Physical Education, Information Technology, Food Technology, Music
Owner: Ormiston Trust

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Resources

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

Guide Lesson Overview

Teacher Resource

Teaching Guide

Guide

Lesson Overview

Overview of Lessons

Project Planning

Lesson plans

All Lessons (Zip Folder)

All Resources KS 1 (Zipped Folder)

All Resources KS 2 (Zipped Folder)

All Resources KS 3&4 (Zipped Folder)

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