Year 11

Year 11

Topic

WILF

1

Stress Management

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 eg. Sleeping problems, weight loss/gain, anxiety, self harm.
Look at possible coping mechanisms eg. 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.

2

Revision Techniques

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

 

3

Revision Techniques

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

 

4

Revision Techniques

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

 

5

Research of College, Sixth Form and Apprenticeship,

A collection of information about the choices available after you leave school.  

A strong understanding of things that are available to you 

 

6

College and Sixth Form Applications

A letter of application, or a draft, to help with the process of applying for college/sixth form/apprenticeship
OR
The ability to revisit your application from year 10 and improve it as necessary and include things you have done in the last year

 

7

College and Sixth Form Applications

A letter of application, or a draft, to help with the process of applying for college/sixth form/apprenticeship
OR
The ability to revisit your application from year 10 and improve it as necessary and include things you have done in the last year

 

8

Personal Safety

Understand the importance of keeping yourself safe whist ‘out and about’.
Consider use of phone, use of ATM, where and when you go places.
Show how to plan considering factors such as;Organising taxis, Money – use of ATM, losing purse, wallet, Phone, Ensuring people aware of your plans, Trouble shooting and contingency plans, Alcohol, Drugs, Drink spiking.

9

Personal Safety

Understand the importance of keeping yourself safe whist ‘out and about’.
Consider use of phone, use of ATM, where and when you go places.
Show how to plan considering factors such as;Organising taxis, Money – use of ATM, losing purse, wallet, Phone, Ensuring people aware of your plans, Trouble shooting and contingency plans, Alcohol, Drugs, Drink spiking.

10

Anti Bullying

To recognise bullying and abuse in all its forms (including prejudice-based bullying both in person and online/via text, exploitation and trafficking)
Look at all issues around bullying – from both victim and bully perspective
Try to understand why it happens and what we can to avoid it. How we deal with bullying – what should we do
Consider the feelings of victims
Look at how a whole school can tackle bullying behaviour
Look at the skills and strategies needed to manage being targeted or witnessing others being targeted

11

Anti Bullying

To recognise bullying and abuse in all its forms (including prejudice-based bullying both in person and online/via text, exploitation and trafficking)
Look at all issues around bullying – from both victim and bully perspective
Try to understand why it happens and what we can to avoid it. How we deal with bullying – what should we do
Consider the feelings of victims
Look at how a whole school can tackle bullying behaviour
Look at the skills and strategies needed to manage being targeted or witnessing others being targeted

12

Teen Domestic Abuse

To be able to distinguish normal exploratory teenage behaviour from abusive behaviours (unwanted)
To be able to recognise abusive behaviours within the relationship

13

Unhealthy Relationships

Depending on your cohort, you may wish to mention media influences on relationships e.g. pornography
To ensure awareness of the importance of respect for oneself and for others in a relationship
To identify equality in relationships

14

Road Safety

Understanding that moving a 1 or 2 tonne piece of metal is more dangerous than it seems

15

Road Safety

Understanding that moving a 1 or 2 tonne piece of metal is more dangerous than it seems

16

Sexual Exploitation

To identify exploitation by looking at manipulation e.g. child soldiers, children begging, child labour to lead onto identification of sexual exploitation by an adult or older person
Identification of risky behaviours and situations which may lead to child exploitation
To understand what child trafficking is and awareness that this includes movement from place to place, not necessarily across international borders
Know where to go for advice and support

17

Sexting

Understand trust and mutual respect in a relationship
Understand the impact of sending images by text- how it is permanent
Know the law in relation to supply and possession of child indecent images
Understand how this may impact on future choices and career/travel decisions

18

STIs

Able to name different STIs
Know the signs and symptoms
Know where to go to get help
To understand the possible implications of unsafe sex – knowledge of STI’s including Chlamydia, HIV and other infections.

19

Physical Relationships - Contraception

Understand the importance of being ready for a sexual relationship.
Know where to get help and advice on contraception.
Understand the different methods of contraception including EMT (morning after pill) and terminations
Positives and negatives of different types of contraception

20

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

21

Drugs:Legal Highs

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

22

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

 

23

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?

24

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?

25

Finance

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

26

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. 

27

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

28

Revision Techniques Revisited

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

29

Revision Techniques Revisited

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

30

Revision Techniques Revisted

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

 

Revision Techniques Revisted

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