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1 Year 7, Unit 1 Getting to know each other Aims: for students to get to know each other and to consider the way in which they interact within the tutor group and with each other. The following series of lessons utilises discussion as its main tool. Each slide has a stimulus or question for the students to discuss, either in pairs or in larger groups. The only resources required are post-it notes, the students’ books and some statement cards in lesson 3. Note to staff: this series of lessons has been structured in a different way from those of other year groups. I would very much like your feedback on how the lessons went. Also, if you have a moment, it would be great if you could look at one of the other year groups’ units of work to let me and your PSHE team know how you would prefer to receive lessons. You can find all of the units of work and resources at

2 Lesson 1 - The Rules

3 The following rules must be obeyed until I say otherwise. ●No talking unless you put your left hand up. ●You cannot use the word ‘THINK’. ●If your answer is wrong, you cannot answer another question until next week

4 How fair are these rules? ●No talking unless you put your left hand up. ●You cannot use the word ‘THINK’. ●If your answer is wrong, you cannot answer another question until next week Use the traffic lights in your planner to show what you think/feel about these rules...

5 LO1: To understand how and why rules are formed Starter Solve the puzzle to reveal a key term you will need to understand fully by the end of this unit. Diver City

6 Task: Write down all the things you think ‘Diversity’ means - remember the rules from earlier! When your list is complete - answer these questions with TRUE or FALSE only. 1. That was an easy task. 2. The rules made it difficult. 3. I know what diversity means now. 4. I knew what it meant before. 5. I wanted to ask a question but didn't. 6. I have an idea about how we could improve this activity. What could have made the last task better?

7 Diversity means… variety - to have a range of differences Why do you think the dance group Diversity chose it as a name? How do you think this links to ‘rules’?

8 Complete this sentence: “The best lesson is one where…………..” Find someone who has a similiar idea to you! What rules might be needed for this type of lesson to happen?

9 Why do classsrooms need rules? What kind of rules do you think we will need?

10 In groups: design THREE rules for the perfect tutorial lesson. Your rules need to be fair and achieveable.

11 Class vote! We must agree on THREE rules as a class.

12 Plenary Share three things that show your learning

13 Lesson 2 - Language Working in pairs What do you remember from last lesson?

14 Lesson 2 Starter - spot the link All these things are ways we can communicate.

15 LO2: To investigate the affect of the language we use.

16 What do you think you’ll know by the end of this lesson?

17 What do you feel when you see this?

18 What ways can words hurt or heal?

19 When words or actions are repeated with the intention to hurt... Why is it important to agree what ‘bullying’ is? Click me here!

20 Anti-Bullying Week 2013 What will Tallis do this year? Design a new symbol for Tallis students to use this year for Antibullying week

21 Anti-Bullying Week 2013 What will Tallis do this year? What do you think we should do?

22 Spreading rumours Order these statements into ‘most’ and ‘least’ hurtful Calling someone a name that they don’t like Ignoring someone Using the word ‘gay’ out of context Standing by when someone is being bullied. Laughing at the expense of another persons feelings Hitting somone Using social media to make another person feel bad Asking someone ‘Are you ok?’

23 Plenary Share three things that show your learning

24 Lesson 3 - Relationships

25 LO3: To understand the role that healthy relationships play in our Wellbeing.

26 What is a relationship? In pairs - what different types of relationships can you see?

27 How might this lesson link to last lesson? Write all your ideas on a post it & be ready to share in 2 minutes

28 You have been given some statements that might match the images below - read them now and discuss with your pair ABCABC DEFDEF What do you think about some of the statements? Order them from ‘definitely true’ to ‘definitely not true’?

29 Order these statements... Friends sometimes share secrets You should hold hands with people you like People who are in a relationship should kiss. It’s ok to argue with people you are friends with. You should never let an argument become a fight. A good friend is someone who is loyal.

30 In groups: decide THREE rules for the perfect friendship You need to think about if it is possible to have rules in friendship? Does the perfect friendship exist?

31 Plenary Share three things that show your learning

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