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Year 7

 Unit: Government and politicsUnit: ParliamentUnit: Rights & civil libertiesUnit: Active citizenship CIAUnit: Economy and FinanceUnit: Living in the wider worldUnit: Relationships
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Notes (how to do the work)1.Watch the clips on community and identity
2.Make notes in your book about what citizenship, community and identity is
3.Complete the exit quiz to learn more about citizenship and being and informed and active citizen
1.Watch the clips on parliament structure (on the worksheet)
2.Make notes in your book
3.Complete the exit quiz to show knowledge of parliament
1.Watch the clip on the Magna Carta
2. Make notes in your book about its significance today especially the “Rule of Law”
3. Watch the clips on Children’s Rights
4.Complete the Intro Quiz.
2. Watch the clip on rights and the media
3. Make notes about the clip in your book.
4. Complete the exit quiz to test your knowledge and link it to how Covid 19 has created challenges to children in the UK to assess their right to education.
Now do the same for the media clip
1.Watch both clips
3.Make notes in your book and show knowledge of what a community and how we can improve is.
4. Complete the exit quiz to test your knowledge
1.Watch the clip on debt
2. Make notes about debt in your exercise book
3.What advice would you give to people to prevent them from going into debt
1.Go to the BBC bite size websites and see what careers link to your favourite subjects.
2.Make notes in your exercise book
1. Read the extract on the A=Z of relationships on BBC Bitesize, which ones were new to you?
2. Make notes on the 10 that are the most important

Year 8

 Unit: Government and politicsUnit: ParliamentUnit: Rights & civil libertiesUnit: Rules, the law and the justice systemUnit: Active citizenship CIAUnit: Health and wellbeingUnit: Living in the wider worldUnit: Relationships
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Notes (how to do the work)1.Complete the Intro Quiz.
2. Watch the clip.
3.Copy the worksheet in your user area or book and show knowledge of the services the council.
4. complete the exit quiz to test your knowledge
1. Watch the YouTube clip
2. Make notes on the 3 parts of parliament, the house of Lords, House of Commons, the monarch etc.
3.Make notes about what the role of an MP is from the clip.
1. Complete the Intro Quiz.
2. Watch the clip on the role of a councillor
3.Copy the worksheet in your user area or book
4. complete the exit quiz to test your knowledge
Complete the multiple choice qs to develop your knowledge of crime and punishment1.Watch both clips
2.Make notes in your book and show knowledge of what volunteering is and how we can be active in our community to improve is.
4. Complete the exit quiz to test your knowledge
1.Watch the 2 BBC Bitesize clip
2. Make notes about what Dr Hamilton says about the law and the effect of alcohol and smoking on the body and about psychiatric disorders such as anorexia and bulimia, which lead to unhealthy
1.Watch the BBC Bitesize clip and what the role of a solicitor, apprentice mechanic, software engineer (pick the careers that interest you)
2.Make notes in your books about what your skills, qualities and qualifications you need.
1.Watch the BBC Bitesize clips
2.Make notes about what makes a good relationship and how to manage relationships

Year 9

 Unit: Government and politicsUnit: ParliamentUnit: Rights & civil libertiesUnit: Rules, the law and the justice systemUnit: Active citizenship CIAUnit: Health and wellbeingUnit: Living in the wider worldUnit: Relationships
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Notes (how to do the work)1.Complete the Intro Quiz.
2. Watch the clip on elections and how the government is organised
3.Copy the worksheet in your user area or book and show knowledge of UK elections and how the government works
4. complete the exit quiz to test your knowledge
5.Complete the multiple choice qs to develop your knowledge of government
6. Complete the multiple choice qs to develop your knowledge of the government, political parties and the suffragette movement
1.Watch the clips on how parliament, campaigning and elections work
2.Make notes in your books
3.Complete the worksheet qs in your book
4.Worksheet 2 involves watching the “your voice in parliament” and making notes in your book
5.Complete the exit quiz
6.Now go through the same process for how political parties work and the role of MP’s
1. Watch the clip on the right to vote.
Make notes in your book about what their concerns were, how they were met and why this is significant 2.Complete the multiple choice qs to develop your knowledge of rights and responsibilities
1.watch the clips on how laws are made in the UK
2.Make notes in your books about each stage
3. In your book, show that you understand the difference between civil and criminal law.
1.Complete the multiple choice qs to develop your knowledge of volunteering1.Go to BBC Bite Size and watch the 6-part drama about heroin addition
2.In your book show how
-Kevin became addicted
-How it affected his relationship
-How it led to crime
-How addictive heroin is and why it is so hard to stop
3.Now go the second URL look at how drug abuse affects families
4.Now go to the third URL links and watch the clip on anxiety disorder
5.Show knowledge of what causes anxiety disorder and what strategies people use to help them
6.Show knowledge of what cause bi-polar disorder and what strategies people use to help them
7.Make sure you make notes in your exercise book
1.Go to the BBC Bitesize website and read the information make bullet points on the most important points1.Watch the BBC Bitesize clips and makes notes of the warning signs of bad relationships

Year 10 & 11

 Unit: Government and politicsUnit: ParliamentUnit: Rules, the law and the justice systemUnit: Active citizenship CIAUnit: Economy and FinanceUnit: Health and wellbeingUnit: Living in the wider world
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Notes (how to do the work)1.Watch the clip
2. Make notes from the worksheet into your book
3.Complete the exit quiz to show understanding of devolution
1.Watch the clip
2. Make notes about the work that takes place in parliament and how government decides on the budget
Complete the multiple choice qs to develop your knowledge of diversity.1.Watch the clip
2.make notes in your exercise book
3. the worksheet and make additional notes in your exercise book
4. complete the exit quiz to test your knowledge
1. Go through the clips
2.Make notes in your book to show that you understand budgeting
3. Register for MyMoney to learn more about looking after your money in the future
1.Go through the slide on health and wellbeing
2.Make notes in your book
3.Watch the 2 BBC Bitesize clip on Teenage pressures, appearances and beauty and the role the media play.
4.Make notes in your books
5.Include your opinion on how should a person consider their own body? What is beautiful, what is attractive?
1.Watch the BBC Bitesize clips and make notes about interview tips, skills and creating a good CV

1.watch the clip and make notes about what an apprenticeship is and whether you are suited to it or not
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Notes (how to do the work)Complete the multiple choice qs to develop your knowledge of government

Year 10 Citizenship

 Unit: Rights and ResponsibilitiesUnit: The Legal systemUnit: Democracy, elections and voting in the UKUnit: National, local, regional and devolved government Unit: British constitutionUnit: The EconomyUnit: The role of the media and free press
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Notes (how to do the work)1.Watch the clips
2.Make notes in your exercise book
3.Refer to the worksheet and make additional notes and include your opinion
4.Complete the exit qs to test your
1.Watch the video clips
2.Make notes in your exercise book
3.Refer to the worksheet and make additional notes
4.Complete the exit qs to test your knowledge
1.Watch the video clips
2.Make notes in your exercise books
3.Refer to the worksheet and make additional notes
4.Complete the exit qs to test your knowledge
1.Watch the clip on Scottish parliament1.Watch the clips
2.Make notes in your exercise book
3.Refer to the worksheet and make additional notes and include your opinion
4.Complete the exit qs to
1.Watch all the clips
2.Make notes in your exercise book
3.Refer to the worksheet and make additional notes and include your opinion
4.Complete the exit qs to test your knowledge
1.Watch all the clips
2.Make notes in your exercise books
3.Refer to the worksheet and make additional notes
4.Complete the exit qs to test your knowledge
5.Complete the multiple choice qs to recheck your knowledge of the media

Year 11 Citizenship

 Unit: Citizenship participation in the UKUnit: Politics beyond the UKUnit: Identities and diversity in UK societyUnit: The UK and its relations with the wider world
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Notes (how to do the work)Complete the multiple choice to develop your understanding of volunteering and charities1.Watch the clip on Switzerland’s direct democracy.
2.Compare and contrast with the UK
1.Watch the clip on diverse identities
2.Make notes based on the presentation
3. Make additional notes from the worksheet in your book
4. Complete the exit quiz to test your knowledge.
Complete the multiple choice qs to develop your knowledge of Brexit

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