Session 1: EWFC – Money Matters
Theme: to consider value of money, explore the extensive range of career choices, consider how earnings are influenced by a range of factors including qualifications, experience, knowledge, skills, supply and demand, weigh up the advantages and disadvantages of financial products, consider the implications of borrowing money and understand the need to make choices based on income.
- Why Does Money Matter?
- Financial Implications and Life Choices
- Payslips and Earnings
- Banks, Building Societies and Plastic Cards
- Borrowing Money
- Can I budget and manage money?
Session 2: Citizenship: Rights and Responsibilities
Theme: Students will evaluate the need for laws in society, distinguish between civil and criminal law, explore how the youth justice works and evaluate its effectiveness, understand why there are minimum ages for certain activities, explore the nature of collective responsibilities and the importance of human rights in the UK and around the world.
- Introduction to the Law
- The Youth Justice System
- How does the Law Affect Young People?
- Collective Responsibility
- What are Human Rights?
- Human Rights and the UK – The Traveller Community
Session 3: Citizenship: Diversity and Difference
Theme: understand the nature of diversity in Britain, consider what it means to be British, explore the implications of prejudice, discrimination and stereotyping, reflect on the need for community cohesion in Britain.
- Actions and Consequences
- Prejudice and Stereotypes
- Community Cohesion
Session 4: PSHE – Wellbeing: Our World of Relationships
Theme: overview of some of the key elements of PSHE, exploring the
- Family Life
- Gender Identity
- Unplanned Pregnancy
- Challenges of pregnancy
Session 5: Citizenship: British Values: Being British
Theme: Students will consider the values that make us British and explore these through examples and activities.
- Political Leaders
- Rule of Law
- Freedom of Expression
- Rights and Culture