Parklands British Citizenship Curriculum Audit
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KS3 Subject Content
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the development of the political system of democratic government in the United Kingdom, including the roles of citizens, Parliament and the monarchthe operation of Parliament, including voting and elections, and the role of political partiesthe precious liberties enjoyed by the citizens of the United Kingdomthe nature of rules and laws and the justice system, including the role of the police and the operation of courts and tribunalsthe roles played by public institutions and voluntary groups in society, and the ways in which citizens work together to improve their communities, including opportunities to participate in school-based activitiesthe functions and uses of money, the importance and practice of budgeting, and managing risk
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SECUREParklands Parliament y7,8&9Parklands Parliament y7,8&9Parklands Parliament y7,8&9, What Makes Britain Great y7Parklands Parliament y 7,8&9Parklands Parliament y7,8&9, What makes Britain Great y7, Go-Global Charities Y9Aspire, International Restaurant
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Assemblies
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Respect & Challenge DaysYear 7 Challenge 'The Island' Year 7 Challenge 'The Island'Choices & Responsibilities Y9, E-Safety Year 7 Challenge 'The Island', Choices & Responsibilities Y9 (Cells Project)Choices & Responsibilities y9Enterprise Day y8, Choices & Responsibilities y9
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Critical ThinkingWho Owns the Media? y9AWho Owns the Media? y9ACrime & y9A
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EnglishStudy of works of Literature demonstrating lives and societies who are deprived of the liberties we have.
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Maths
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ScienceEarth Saver (yr9) legislation to ensure developments are sustainable and population sizes are managedYr8 Personal Trainor, access to proper dietEarth saver (yr9) debates about sustainable developments. Risk management is emphasised in all years in Science
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REHuman Rights (Yr 8) - prejudice disrimination, misconceptions and exploring race in America through MLK and Rosa Parks. Crime (year 9) exploring punishments and hate crimes. Year 9 Crime module looking at crimes and how people are punished, what laws are based on and theories of punsihment. Charity module (Yr 7) - looking at different charities in te local area, UK and world wide. RE will also be raising money for a yearly charity - 2014/14 charity will be MacMillan.
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HistoryChurch vs state, Magna Carta (Y7) Reformation and formation of Church of England, English Civil War, Glorious Revolution, Act of Union and development of constitutional monarchy (Y8), DORA, Democracy vs dictatorship, facism vs communism (Y9)Magna Carta (Y7)English Civil War + constitutional monarchy (Y8) Democracy vs dictatorship (Y9)Church vs state, Magna Carta (Y7) Reformation and formation of Church of England, English Civil War, Glorious Revolution, Act of Union and development of constitutional monarchy (Y8), British Empire and slavery, DORA, Democracy vs dictatorship, facism vs communism (Y9)Crime and punishment, development of the police force and Jack the Ripper case (Y8), Abolition of slavery (Y9)Slavery - abolition (Y9), Suffragettes (Y9)
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Geography Migration by UK & EU citizensCharity work/foreign aid after natural disasters.
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E-Tech
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MFLDaily routine in France/Germany/SpainSchool life in France/German/SpainPocket money topic
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DramaTheatre in Education project on cyberbullying and the role of institutions in overcoming it.
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ArtExploring different artist and cultures to raise awareness of the work of contemporary arts and artist from the majority world.Art competitions are regularly entered outside from school which allows closer community links to outside competitions.Risk management is carefully controlled when using artist media such as hot glue guns, craft knifes and wax pots.
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MusicMusic used for celebration as part of the GCSE Course particularly in Royal CelebrationStudying songwriting and content of lyricsCitizens have a right to listen to and experience a vast range of music from every culture in the UKStudents participate in a 'Practice-a-Thon' in order to raise money for ClicSargent. Fundraising concerts are held annually raising over £1000Students are made aware of the importance of risks of cables and equipment when recording and performing. Students are made aware of the value of equipment and instruments
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DT:FoodY7,8 & 9 Government Guidance on healthy eating and the teaching of Food in schools. Government concern and campaigns due the concern for the health of the nation.Y9 Sustainabilityand availability of food. Ethical food issues.Y9 Food Safety Legislation and the powers of Environmental Health to protect the public. Consequences of breaking the law.Community links encouraged through Let's Get Cooking Club.Economic Meals Y8&9 Food Practical Lessons 7, 8 & 9
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Media
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DT: Product Design
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