Year 10

Year 10

Topic

WILF

1

Emergency Aid

To know what ABC is.
Know how to give emergency resuscitation and place in the recovery position.
To be able to perform emergency first aid on ‘dummies'
To know how to respond to an emergency and make a 999call.
Understand when and how to give basic emergency first aid.

2

Emergency Aid

To know what ABC is.
Know how to give emergency resuscitation and place in the recovery position.
To be able to perform emergency first aid on ‘dummies'
To know how to respond to an emergency and make a 999call.
Understand when and how to give basic emergency first aid.

3

Employment

Evaluate their own personal strengths and areas for development and to use this to inform goal setting
The unacceptability of all forms of discrimination, and the need to challenge it in the wider community including the workplace
How their strengths, interests, skills and qualities are changing and how these relate to future employability Know about the information, advice and guidance available to them and how to access it

4

Creating a CV

To be able to make a CV

5

Creating a CV

To be able to make a CV

6

Letter of Application

A letter of application, or a draft, to help with the process of applying for college/sixth form/apprenticeship

7

Letter of Application

A letter of application, or a draft, to help with the process of applying for college/sixth form/apprenticeship

8

Employment

Identify own strengths, interests, skills and qualities including their value to future employability
look at different types of work, including employment, self-employment and voluntary work
Understand the laws and by-laws relating to young people’s permitted hours and types of employment and how to minimise health and safety risks
about the choices available to them at the end of Key Stage 3, sources of information, advice and support, and the skills to manage this decision-making process.

9

Anti Bullying

Identify own strengths, interests, skills and qualities including their value to future employability
look at different types of work, including employment, self-employment and voluntary work
Understand the laws and by-laws relating to young people’s permitted hours and types of employment and how to minimise health and safety risks
about the choices available to them at the end of Key Stage 3, sources of information, advice and support, and the skills to manage this decision-making process.

10

Anti Bullying

Identify own strengths, interests, skills and qualities including their value to future employability
look at different types of work, including employment, self-employment and voluntary work
Understand the laws and by-laws relating to young people’s permitted hours and types of employment and how to minimise health and safety risks
about the choices available to them at the end of Key Stage 3, sources of information, advice and support, and the skills to manage this decision-making process.

11

Finance

 Define a budget
Ways of saving
Identify wants v needs
Opening a bank account

12

Independent Living

Explain interest rates and how quickly they can multiply when not clearing the full debt.
Explain what APR is and how it can increase so rapidly.
Explain what a contract is and how essential it is the read the small print.
Be familiar with comparison sites in order to get the best deals.
To understand the Terms & Conditions of any Contract that you sign.
To identify the importance of and planning for the future.
Explain what Income Tax is and how it is used.
Explore the need to manage time for deadlines, cooking a meal on time and eat healthily, how to maintain personal hygiene, financial management and managing relationships with flatmates, managing feelings, negotiating tenancy agreements, etc. 

13

Independent Living

Explain interest rates and how quickly they can multiply when not clearing the full debt.
Explain what APR is and how it can increase so rapidly.
Explain what a contract is and how essential it is the read the small print.
Be familiar with comparison sites in order to get the best deals.
To understand the Terms & Conditions of any Contract that you sign.
To identify the importance of and planning for the future.
Explain what Income Tax is and how it is used.
Explore the need to manage time for deadlines, cooking a meal on time and eat healthily, how to maintain personal hygiene, financial management and managing relationships with flatmates, managing feelings, negotiating tenancy agreements, etc. 

14

Independent Living

Explain interest rates and how quickly they can multiply when not clearing the full debt.
Explain what APR is and how it can increase so rapidly.
Explain what a contract is and how essential it is the read the small print.
Be familiar with comparison sites in order to get the best deals.
To understand the Terms & Conditions of any Contract that you sign.
To identify the importance of and planning for the future.
Explain what Income Tax is and how it is used.
Explore the need to manage time for deadlines, cooking a meal on time and eat healthily, how to maintain personal hygiene, financial management and managing relationships with flatmates, managing feelings, negotiating tenancy agreements, etc. 

15

Contraception

Know where to go for advice and support e.g. Sexual Health clinics etc.
The positive and negatives of different types of contraception

16

STIs

To understand the possible implications of unsafe sex – knowledge of STI’s including Chlamydia, HIV and other infections.

17

Parenting and teen pregnancy

To know the impact of being a teenage parent and its responsibility
Know your support network which is available on a school/college, local and national level e.g.Hope House at GR

18

Parenting and teen pregnancy

To know the impact of being a teenage parent and its responsibility
Know your support network which is available on a school/college, local and national level e.g.Hope House at GR

19

Recap of Topic

Ability to recap and remember the main points from the previous few lessons

20

Relationships

Understand what makes a healthy relationship and unhealthy relationship

21

Sexual exploitation  and Domestic Abuse

Understand the signs and symptoms of domestic abuse.
Know who and where to seek advice and support
Know your support network and what is available in your school/college at local and national level.
The effects of DV on relationships

22

Pornography

Pornography-Media
Explore attitudes toward pornography
To understand what Porn is and Laws relating to it.
To know and understand the importance of Internet safety and the possible consequences of misuse.
Pornography - Relationships
Be able to explain how pornography could affect how people might behave towards each other in a sexual relationship
Work towards challenging sexually offensive and derogatory comments
Understand that pornography can be addictive, and consider how this could impact on relationships
Understand that pornography isn’t realistic

23

Pornography

Pornography-Media
Explore attitudes toward pornography
To understand what Porn is and Laws relating to it.
To know and understand the importance of Internet safety and the possible consequences of misuse.
Pornography - Relationships
Be able to explain how pornography could affect how people might behave towards each other in a sexual relationship
Work towards challenging sexually offensive and derogatory comments
Understand that pornography can be addictive, and consider how this could impact on relationships
Understand that pornography isn’t realistic

24

Body image and body confidence

Understand where  we get our body perceptions from
Understand that there is no norm –
Celebrate differences and individuality
Tackle our mind sets around adverts
Surgery/products – hair, make up/ diets/ low self-esteem/ time getting ready, exercising etc…

25

Body image and body confidence

Understand where  we get our body perceptions from
Understand that there is no norm –
Celebrate differences and individuality
Tackle our mind sets around adverts
Surgery/products – hair, make up/ diets/ low self-esteem/ time getting ready, exercising etc…

26

British Values

Explain what might the behaviour, the values and the ideas of a typical British person be.
Discuss the importance of tolerance and acceptance and the maintenance of cultural values.
Define extremism and the impact on culture and society
Think critically about extremism and intolerance in whatever forms they take (including the concept of ‘shame’ and ‘honour based’ violence)
Recognise the shared responsibility to protect the community from violent extremism and how to respond to anything that causes anxiety or concern

27

Illegal Drugs

Understand definition of illegal drugs
Identifying drugs and classification of illegal drugs
What is the effect of the different drugs on the body – stimulant, depressant, hallucinogenic etc.
Dangers of Drugs
Laws – possession and using including the implication on people present and future
Impact on wider society – i.e. crime

 

28

Drugs:  Legal Highs

Understand definition of drug – legal and illegal
Understand what legal highs are and why they are legal.
The dangers of legal highs
Impact on wider society – i.e. crime

 

29

Drugs Roundup

Students to have detailed knowledge and understanding of legal and illegal drugs

30

Smoking

Heath issues – understand the many long and short effects of smoking
Understand the financial cost of smoking
Understand addiction and dependency
Know the Law relating to smoking
Pros and cons of E cigarettes
Reasons for general decline of smoking in young people.

31

Alcohol

Law surrounding alcohol
Units and strengths of alcohol – male/female government  guide-lines
Short and long term effects of alcohol – to include increase in young people with liver disease
Alcohol dependency – addiction
Reasons for drinking i.e. peer pressure, stress,
Binge drinking - definition
Where we drink?
Impact on behaviour
Impact on others – domestic violence,
Impact on society – financial, social, drink driving?

32

Revision Techniques

Understanding of different revision techniques
Ability to apply techniques to your own work

33

Revision Techniques

Understanding of different revision techniques
Ability to apply techniques to your own work

34

Stress

To understand what Stress is and what causes Stress in young people.
Understand the difference types of stress and how it affects us emotionally and physically e.g. Sleeping problems, weight loss/gain, anxiety, self harm.
Look at possible coping mechanisms e.g. Yoga, massage, sport, counselling, Mindfulness.
Different levels of Stress can be beneficial.
To gain better understanding of feelings and emotions and how to deal with them. To be aware of the support networks available, school/college, local and national.
Understand how to be mindful
To enable an individual to have better self-esteem, confidence and self-worth.
Appreciate we have many choices to help us deal with our emotional and wellbeing, suicide is one but it is FINAL.

35

Stress

To understand what Stress is and what causes Stress in young people.
Understand the difference types of stress and how it affects us emotionally and physically e.g. Sleeping problems, weight loss/gain, anxiety, self-harm.
Look at possible coping mechanisms e.g. Yoga, massage, sport, counselling, Mindfulness.
Different levels of Stress can be beneficial.
To gain better understanding of feelings and emotions and how to deal with them. To be aware of the support networks available, school/college, local and national.
Understand how to be mindful
To enable an individual to have better self-esteem, confidence and self-worth.
Appreciate we have many choices to help us deal with our emotional and wellbeing, suicide is one but it is FINAL.

36

Prep for Work Experience

Understand how to be successful for work experience

37

Prep for Work Experience

Understand how to be successful for work experience

38

Sun Safety

Understand the different energy the sun gives off – heat, light and UV
How you don’t need heat and light to burn  - UV still generated
Stay out of sun between 11 – 3pm
Protective clothing
Children more vulnerable