The PHSE Association have just released some new free resources for schools (no membership required)

Resources to address Misogyny and Andrew Tate

Misogyny KS2 Presentation

Misogyny KS3 Presentation

Report on AndrewTate - Hope Not Hate

Free Resource on Knife Crime

The Ben Kinsella Trust and the National Justice Museum in Nottingham have jointly produced free knife crime lesson plans for schools for KS2, KS3 and KS4. The two charities have shared their expertise to produce four new primary school lesson plans on topics surrounding knife crime.
These PSHE lesson plans for schools teaching KS2, KS3 and KS4 are based on video testimony from ex gang members, victims and offenders. The lessons include all the worksheets, activities and film that you need to run a successful lesson.
The lessons, for school years 5 and 6 (Key Stage 2), focus on video content from real people with real lived experience of knife crime.
The four lessons are: 

  • Keeping Safe
  • Consequences of knife crime
  • Laws on knife carrying
  • Communicating the problem

Click here to download the resource

Metropolitan Police

A fantastic resource for ages 15 to 18 year old students, has been produced by the Metropolitan Police to support discussions within school/colleges and youth provisions relating to Hate Crime and Prevent. They are based on a video made by Humza Arshad, the actor & comedian behind Humza Productions on YouTube. His productions include "Diary of a Badman" and "Badman".

There are 5 sessions in total including an assembly presentation, video and lesson plans.

if you would like more information or a link to the resource please contact us.

Prevent Resources

Resources for Schools

If you require a specific topic to be covered please contact us.

Other Resources

Below are links to documents and resource information for schools.

  • Educate against Hate - a government website that has a wide range of resources for classrooms of all ages, including those with autism spectrum conditions, giving teachers the information and guidance teachers to enable them to teach these sensitive subjects with confidence

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