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Free PSHE KS4 Teaching Resources for Secondary Teachers
Resources and Support for KS4 PSHE Teachers
This is a vital time to get PSHE (or PHSE, PSE or PSHCE). Who wants to face a room full of teenagers with an under-prepared lesson on sex education or drugs? You can feel confident with the resources which are available on this page. They have been created by respected organisations, charities and companies who are experts in their field and they are linked to the national curriculum programmes of study so that they fit into most schemes of work.
NatWest MoneySense for Schools is a great site to use when making pupils aware of money, how they can use it, savings and more. There are resources to support teachers as well as resources for the pupils themselves. Videos, documents and online information can help with this topic. Managing money is an important part of everyone’s lives so knowing how to manage it sensibly is a good skill to have.
Why is PSHE important at key stage 4?
Now is the time to really make an impact on the way that young people think about their future. Whether it’s staying safe through healthy eating, active lifestyles or safe sex, or dealing with peer pressure and saying no to drugs and alcohol, young people need guidance from adults and good, sound lessons grounded in facts and real life scenarios. Use the downloadable, printable resources from the sites, or link to their interactive online resources to really get the students engaged with the topics.
Now is also the time to really get them geared up for their future career planning, with careers education, enterprise activities and thinking about how they can reach their personal goals, whether that is through exams and college, or getting into the world of work. There is a lot to think about in KS4 PSHE, so make sure that you are getting all the help and support you need by using the free teaching resources and lesson plans on this page.
23 Key Free Teaching Resources
Free teaching resources to help you develop informed, responsible and active citizens.
Free downloadable resources for Jeans for Genes Day, designed to bring your PSHE, science and genetics curricula to life. The resources include compelling films, teacher’s notes & worksheets.
Resources aimed at teachers to discuss cancer with their pupils
Be Fearless about crime @ Fearless.org – the new youth brand from the crime fighting charity Crimestoppers
Everything your students need to know about Apprenticeships... what to choose, how to apply, where to study, and much, much more. In print, online and on your mobile.
Good communication is key to success as a student, employee or parent. Our learning and skills programme helps young people become better, more effective communicators.
Life. Live it. resources to help teach first aid. No experience necessary!
E-safety Support. It is a comprehensive suite of resources developed to help schools to meet Ofsted requirements by delivering a clear strategy that promotes shared (teachers, pupils, parents etc) responsibility for e- safety.
Ready-to-use personal well-being lesson plans, covering alcohol, drugs, prejudice, relationships, teenage pregnancy, mental health, life skills and healthy eating
Animal Aid a site that can be used in Citizenship and PHSE classes as it provides videos and DVD on animals and their treatment.
For Business Studies and PSHE classes, this provides resources on helping children understand banking and its roles.
Avert provides quizzes, facts and an guidance on HIV and AIDS that can be used in PSHE classes.
A useful tool in Citizenship and PSHE classes as it tackles bullying and provides CyberMentors who children can talk to.
At Bristol is a site that teaches you about different parts of the brain and body and what they can be used for.
Bin It! is a site that Secondary School PE and PSHE teachers can download and print plans and sheets on making children aware of the impacts of dropping gum.
Resources and Packs for KS3 & KS4 Citizenship and PHSE lessons from Bridges.
Lots of resources for both Primary and Secondary School Citizenship and PSHE classes.
Peta Foundation has brilliant resources as it contains videos, posters, images and so much more.
Coventry City Council will help Primary School Maths Students to learn the value of digits in numbers.
A site, created by young people, that offers support to students after a death of someone close.
Resources for KS3 Science and PSHE students about smoking and it also has teachers’ resources.