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Youth Social Action Starter Pack
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Youth Social Action Starter Pack

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.

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.

Teaching Youth Social Action (Inclusion & Diversity KS 3&4)
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Teaching Youth Social Action (Inclusion & Diversity KS 3&4)

An overview of how Inclusion and Diversity can be taught through 5 lessons.
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On this resource page, you will find the following lessons and guide: Overview of Teaching Lesson 1: Understand the meaning of Inclusion and Diversity Lesson 2: Focusing on discrimination and prejudice and how we are all treated differently Lesson 3 - 5: Understanding Diversity

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Delivering Inclusion and Diversity (KS 3&4)

Delivering the topic of Inclusion and Diversity at Key Stage 3 and 4.
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This resource has the following Guides: Teaching Inclusion and Diversity through Citizenship Teaching Inclusion and Diversity through English Teaching Inclusion and Diversity through History Teaching Inclusion and Diversity through Religious Education Teaching Inclusion and Diversity through Geography Teaching Inclusion and Diversity through Art and Drama Teaching Inclusion and Diversity through Physical Education  

Why focus on Inclusion and Diversity? (KS 3&4)
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Why focus on Inclusion and Diversity? (KS 3&4)

This section focuses on why teaching young people on the subject of Inclusion and Diversity is important.
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This section focuses on why teaching young people on the subject of Inclusion and Diversity is important from a young person's, school's, and Ofsted's perspective.

Background Reading (Inclusion & Diversity KS 3&4)
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Background Reading (Inclusion & Diversity KS 3&4)

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 3 & 4.

Using the 5-step Process (Inclusion & Diversity KS 3&4)
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Using the 5-step Process (Inclusion & Diversity KS 3&4)

Exploring the 5 step process through questioning.
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This resource comprises a guide for exploring the 5-step process through questioning and a guide for applying the 5-step process

Curriculum Guide (Inclusion & Diversity KS 3&4)
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Curriculum Guide (Inclusion & Diversity KS 3&4)

Delivering the topic of Inclusion & Diversity at Key Stages 3 & 4.
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The Inclusion and Diversity guide will allow the young people to explore diversity and express their understanding of the topic.

Teaching Youth Social Action (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)
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Teaching Youth Social Action (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)

This resource contains all the lesson plans to teach Inclusion and Diversity YSA to KS 2.
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On this resource page, you will find the following lessons and guide: Teaching Youth Social Action Guide Lesson 1: How is our planet's geography diverse? Lesson 2: What makes people unique? Lesson 3: How can we celebrate our diversity? Lesson 4: How can sporting events connect us together? Lesson 5: How can inclusion promote diversity? Lesson 6: How can we be inclusive towards others?

Youth Social Action Curriculum Integration Map (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)
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Youth Social Action Curriculum Integration Map (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)

This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Inclusion and Diversity within the National Curriculum.
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The curriculum integration map provides opportunities to deliver the teaching of Inclusion and Diversity through different subject areas. It can be read to obtain an overview of the connections made with the National Curriculum. It can also inform the planning of activities that will teach social action skills or inform future social action planning.

Project Planning Process for Primary School Young People (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)
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Project Planning Process for Primary School Young People (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)

An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit.
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An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit

Delivering YSA through Inclusion and Diversity (KS 2)
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Delivering YSA through Inclusion and Diversity (KS 2)

This guide provides an overview of how social action projects can be delivered.
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This guide provides an overview of how social action projects can be delivered.

Engaging Young People in Youth Social Action  (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)
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Engaging Young People in Youth Social Action (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)

Engaging Young People in Youth Social Action.
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Social action teaching in the primary classroom

Using the 5-step Process (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)
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Using the 5-step Process (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)

Exploring the 5 step process through questioning.
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This resource comprises a guide for exploring the 5-step process through questioning and a guide for applying the 5-step process

Overview of OT Resources (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)
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Overview of OT Resources (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)

An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit.
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An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit

Curriculum Guide (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)
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Curriculum Guide (Inclusion & Diversity KS 2)

Delivering the topic of Inclusion & Diversity at Key Stage 2.
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The Inclusion and Diversity guide will allow the young people to explore diversity and express their understanding of the topic.

Teaching Youth Social Action (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)
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Teaching Youth Social Action (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)

This resource contains all the lesson plans to teach Inclusion and Diversity YSA to KS 1.
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On this resource page, you will find the following lessons and guide: Teaching Youth Social Action Guide Lesson 1: What diversity is found in us? Lesson 2: What diversity can we see outside? Lesson 3: How can we celebrate diversity?  

Background Reading (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)
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Background Reading (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)

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.

Project Planning Process (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)
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Project Planning Process (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)

An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit.
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An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit

Youth Social Action Curriculum Integration Map (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)
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Youth Social Action Curriculum Integration Map (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)

This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Inclusion and Diversity within the National Curriculum.
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The curriculum integration map provides opportunities to deliver the teaching of Inclusion and Diversity through different subject areas. It can be read to obtain an overview of the connections made with the National Curriculum. It can also inform the planning of activities that will teach social action skills or inform future social action planning.

Using the 5-step Process (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)
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Using the 5-step Process (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)

Exploring the 5 step process through questioning.
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This resource comprises a guide for exploring the 5-step process through questioning and a guide for applying the 5-step process

Overview of OT Resources (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)
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Overview of OT Resources (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)

An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit.
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An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit

Curriculum Guide (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)
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Curriculum Guide (Inclusion & Diversity KS 1)

Delivering the topic of Inclusion & Diversity at Key Stage 1.
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The Inclusion and Diversity guide will allow the young people to explore diversity and express their understanding of the topic.

Poverty Snapshot
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Poverty 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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Schools have a responsibility to tackle poverty and promote equality of opportunities. Teaching young people about poverty can empower them to understand the subject and its impact, motivating them to act within a school, community, or city. Using the National Curriculum, we have linked as many opportunities as possible to deliver poverty through a range of different subject areas. These opportunities can be used to either deliver the topic as a stand-alone or through cross-curricular planning with a number of different subject areas, depending on the focus of the school.

Why Focus on Poverty? (KS 3&4)
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Why Focus on Poverty? (KS 3&4)

This resource provides information on why young people should focus on poverty and its causes.
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This resource provides information on why young people should focus on poverty and its causes.

Lesson Plans for Teaching Poverty (KS 3&4)
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Lesson Plans for Teaching Poverty (KS 3&4)

This resource contains all the lesson plans to teach Poverty to KS 3&4.
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On this resource page, you will find the following lessons and guide: Lesson 1: Understand the meaning of Poverty Lesson 2: Understanding the impact of Poverty Lessons 3 and 4: Debate: Ending poverty everywhere Lesson 5: Why does poverty exist? Lesson 6: Why is Marcus Rashford a role model? Lesson 7: Evaluate the letter written by Marcus Rashford

Background Reading (Poverty KS 3&4)
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Background Reading (Poverty KS 3&4)

This overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand the context of poverty.
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This overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand the context of poverty and how it affects pupils. The second part guides the approach of social action teaching on poverty.

Teaching Poverty: Cross-Curricular Approach (KS 3&4)
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Teaching Poverty: Cross-Curricular Approach (KS 3&4)

This resource contains all the guides to assist teaching/delivering Poverty to KS 3 & 4.
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This resource comprises the following teaching guides to teach Poverty: Delivering Poverty through Art Delivering Poverty through DT Delivering Poverty through Geography Delivering Poverty through History Delivering Poverty through IT Delivering Poverty through Music Delivering Poverty through PE Delivering Poverty through RE Delivering Poverty through- Science  

Poverty Guide (KS 3&4)
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Poverty Guide (KS 3&4)

Delivering the topic of Poverty at Key Stages 3&4.
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Schools have a responsibility to tackle poverty and promote equality of opportunity. Teaching young people about poverty can empower them to understand the subject and its impact, motivating them to act within a school, community, or city. At each key stage, we have used the National Curriculum, providing links and examples of how poverty and its impact can be delivered through a range of subjects or as bespoke lessons as part of the inspire and explore steps of Youth Social Action

Lesson Plans for Teaching Poverty (KS 2)
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Lesson Plans for Teaching Poverty (KS 2)

This resource contains all the lesson plans to teach Poverty to KS 2.
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On this resource page, you will find the following lessons and guide: Overview of Lessons Lesson 1: What is poverty? Lesson 2: What are the different forms of poverty? Lesson 3: How does poverty affect young people in school? Lesson 4: How can you tackle poverty at your school?

Delivering Youth Social Action (Poverty KS 2)
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Delivering Youth Social Action.
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Delivering Youth Social Action

Project Planning Process for the Young People (Poverty KS 2)
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Project Planning Process for the Young People (Poverty KS 2)

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Curriculum Integration Map (Poverty KS 2)
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Curriculum Integration Map (Poverty KS 2)

This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Poverty within the National Curriculum at Key Stage 2.
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This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Poverty within the National Curriculum at Key Stage 2.   It can be read to obtain an overview of the connections made with the National Curriculum. It can also inform the planning of activities that will teach social action skills or inform future social action planning.

Background Information (Poverty KS 2)
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Background Information (Poverty KS 2)

This overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand the context of poverty.
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This overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand the context of poverty and how it affects pupils. The second part guides the approach of social action teaching on poverty.

Using the 5-step Process (Poverty KS 2)
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Using the 5-step Process (Poverty KS 2)

Exploring the 5 step process through questioning.
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This resource comprises a guide for exploring the 5-step process through questioning and a guide for applying the 5-step process

Overview of Youth Social Action Resources (Poverty KS 2)
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Overview of Youth Social Action Resources (Poverty KS 2)

An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit.
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Poverty Guide (KS2)
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Poverty Guide (KS2)

Delivering the topic of Poverty at Key Stage 2.
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Schools have a responsibility to tackle poverty and promote equality of opportunity. Teaching young people about poverty can empower them to understand the subject and its impact, motivating them to act within a school, community, or city. At each key stage, we have used the National Curriculum, providing links and examples of how poverty and its impact can be delivered through a range of subjects or as bespoke lessons as part of the inspire and explore steps of Youth Social Action

Teaching Poverty (KS 1)
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Teaching Poverty (KS 1)

This resource contains all the lesson plans to teach Poverty to KS 1.
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On this resource page, you will find the following lessons and guide: Overview of Lessons Lesson 1: What does it mean to be poor? Lesson 2: What can a poor person need? Lesson 3: How can we make children in need feel welcomed in our school?

Curriculum Integration Map (Poverty KS 1)
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Curriculum Integration Map (Poverty KS 1)

This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Poverty within the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1.
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This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Poverty within the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1.   It can be read to obtain an overview of the connections made with the National Curriculum. It can also inform the planning of activities that will teach social action skills or inform future social action planning.

Using the 5-step Process (Poverty KS 1)
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Using the 5-step Process (Poverty KS 1)

Exploring the 5 step process through questioning.
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Exploring the 5 step process through questioning

Background Information (Poverty KS 1)
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Background Information (Poverty KS 1)

This overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand the context of poverty.
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This overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand the context of poverty and how it affects pupils. The second part guides the approach of social action teaching on poverty.

Project Planning Process for the Young People (Poverty KS 1)
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Project Planning Process for the Young People (Poverty KS 1)

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Delivering Youth Social Action (Poverty KS 1)
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Delivering Youth Social Action (Poverty KS 1)

Delivering Youth Social Action.
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Delivering Youth Social Action

Poverty Guide (KS 1)
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Poverty Guide (KS 1)

Delivering the topic of Poverty at Key Stage 1.
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Schools have a responsibility to tackle poverty and promote equality of opportunity. Teaching young people about poverty can empower them to understand the subject and its impact, motivating them to act within a school, community, or city. At each key stage, we have used the National Curriculum, providing links and examples of how poverty and its impact can be delivered through a range of subjects or as bespoke lessons as part of the inspire and explore steps of Youth Social Action.

Teaching Climate Change (KS 3&4)
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Teaching Climate Change (KS 3&4)

Teaching climate change - overview of 5 lessons.
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This resource contains the following lessons: Lesson 1: Understanding the Meaning of Sustainability Young people to understand the meaning of sustainability and the skills and knowledge needed to make changes. Lesson 2: How does what we eat impact the environment? Young people to understand the impact our eating habits can have on the environment. Lesson 3: What is Biodiversity? The key objective of this lesson is to learn about biodiversity and importance Lesson 4: What do young people think about Climate Change? What do young people think about Climate Crisis? What are they doing about it? Let's meet some young people. Lesson 5: The role of the UN in supporting young people with change? The role of the UN in supporting young people to support change.

Background Reading on Climate Change (KS 3&4)
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Background Reading on Climate Change (KS 3&4)

Background reading to support the effective teaching of climate change and green living.
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Background reading to support the effective teaching of climate change and green living

Organisations that can Support the Teaching of Climate Change (KS 3&4)
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Organisations that can Support the Teaching of Climate Change (KS 3&4)

A list of organisations and groups that can provide support, advice and guidance with the teaching of Climate Change.
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A list of organisations and groups that can provide support, advice and guidance with the teaching of Climate Change

Why & When Teach Climate Change? (KS 3&4)
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Why & When Teach Climate Change? (KS 3&4)

The importance of teaching Climate Change emphasised through PSHE and Ofsted.
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This resource comprises the following teaching guides: Why teach Climate Change?
Teaching CC through SMSC
Teaching CC through Maths
Teaching CC through History
Teaching CC through Geography
Teaching CC through Science - Physics
Teaching CC through Science - Biology
Teaching CC through Music
Teaching CC through Art
Teaching CC through Design Technology
Teaching CC through Physical Education
Teaching CC through Religious Education

Using the 5-step Process (Climate Change KS 3&4)
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Using the 5-step Process (Climate Change KS 3&4)

Exploring the 5 step process through questioning.
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Exploring the 5 step process through questioning

Overview of OT Resources (Climate Change KS 3&4)
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Overview of OT Resources (Climate Change KS 3&4)

An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit.
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An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit

Climate Change Guide (KS 3&4)
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Climate Change Guide (KS 3&4)

This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Climate Change within the National Curriculum at Key Stages 3 and 4.
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This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Climate Change within the National Curriculum at Key Stages 3 and 4. It can be read to obtain an overview of how Climate Change can be taught through the National Curriculum subjects, the skills needed by young people to deliver social action.

Teaching Climate Change (KS 2)
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Teaching Climate Change (KS 2)

This resource contains all the lesson plans to teach Climate Change to KS 2.
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This resource contains the following lessons: Delivering Youth Social Action Lesson 1: The main purpose of this lesson is to be able to describe the biodiversity found in Antarctica and allow the young people to learn about different elements regulating the climate as well as the role of biodiversity in sustaining health and life. Lesson 2: The aim of the session is for young people to understand the role of the glaciers in the greenhouse effect and how greater CO2 emissions through the impact of human activities Lesson 3: In this session, young people will look at the effects that the melting of glaciers has on the Antarctic food web.
Lesson 4: The aim of this session is to develop the skills to present an argument for the protection of Antarctica.

Delivering Youth Social Action (Climate Change KS 2)
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Delivering Youth Social Action (Climate Change KS 2)

This guide provides an overview of how social action projects can be delivered.
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This guide provides an overview of how social action projects can be delivered.

Applying the 5-step Process (Climate Change KS 2)
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Applying the 5-step Process (Climate Change KS 2)

This guide provides overview of the 5-step process.
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The passport supports the reflection process of #WeWill projects. Passports have been developed as a medium for pupils to 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. The passport allows pupils to record what they have learnt, learn more skills, and solve riddles through the use of their problem-solving skills.

Background Reading (Climate Change KS 2)
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Background Reading (Climate Change KS 2)

This Overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand the context of climate change.
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This Overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand the context of climate change and how it affects pupils. The second part guides the approach of social action teaching on Climate Change.

Curriculum Integration (Climate Change KS 2)
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Curriculum Integration (Climate Change KS 2)

This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Climate Change within the National Curriculum.
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This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Climate Change within the National Curriculum at Key Stage 2. It can:
be read to obtain an overview of the connections made with the National Curriculum.
also inform the planning of activities that will teach social action skills or inform future social action planning.
 

Curriculum Guide (Climate Change KS 2)
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Curriculum Guide (Climate Change KS 2)

This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Climate Change within the National Curriculum.
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This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Climate Change within the National Curriculum at Key Stages 2. It can be read to obtain an overview of how Climate Change can be taught through the National Curriculum subjects, the skills needed by young people to deliver social action.

Overview of Lessons (Climate Change KS 1)
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Overview of Lessons (Climate Change KS 1)

A overview of teaching climate change over four lessons.
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Overview of KS1 Teaching Activities Lesson 1: Exploring nature and being able to name different elements: Young people will learn how to explore nature in a local area that is familiar to them. They can name some elements of it and explain why they like it. Lesson 2: How the wind helps plants to grow: This task will enable the young people to talk about the interrelationship between a flower, the wind, and the soil. Lesson 3: How can I plant a garden? This lesson explores how young people could plant gardens regardless of space. Lesson 4: How can I write instructions to grow and look after plants?
This task will enable the young people to write a set of instructions on how to look after plants.

Background Reading (Climate Change KS 1)
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Background Reading (Climate Change KS 1)

The following overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand climate change.
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The following overview provides background knowledge for staff to understand climate change and how it affects pupils. It also guides the approach of social action teaching on climate change.

Applying the 5-Step Process (Climate Change KS 1)
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Applying the 5-Step Process (Climate Change KS 1)

Exploring the 5 step process through questioning.
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Exploring the 5 step process through questionning

Overview of OT Resources (Climate Change KS 1)
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Overview of OT Resources (Climate Change KS 1)

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An overview of all the resources available from the toolkit

Curriculum Integration  (Climate Change KS 1)
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Curriculum Integration (Climate Change KS 1)

This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Climate Change within the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1.
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This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Climate Change within the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1. It can be read to obtain an overview of the connections made with the National Curriculum. It can also inform the planning of activities that will teach social action skills or inform future social action planning.

Curriculum Guide (Climate Change KS 1)
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Curriculum Guide (Climate Change KS 1)

This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Climate Change within the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1.
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This curriculum map provides links to integrate the topic of Climate Change within the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1.
It can be read to obtain an overview of how Climate Change can be taught through the National Curriculum subjects and the skills needed by young people to deliver social action.  

Healthy Habits Snapshot
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Healthy Habits 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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Teaching young people about developing and sustaining healthy habits is important as it can help by preventing health conditions such as obesity and diabetes to improve mental health, increased confidence, better social skills, resilience, and a more positive outlook. A healthy lifestyle will give the young people a strong foundation of physical and mental benefits. This will set them up for the rest of their lives.

Teaching Healthy Habits (KS 2)