Secondary Physical Health
Alcohol Education Trust
We are delighted to announce that we have launched a set of six comprehensive and ready-to-use lessons with accompanying PowerPoints for KS3. These follow extensive piloting by schools and peer review, are carefully mapped to the new RSHE guidance and we are confident that they will meet all your needs and save you hours of time and planning. They are based on the evaluation of our work by The National Foundation for Education Research (NFER) which you can view here: https://alcoholeducationtrust.org/teacher-area/evaluation-case-studies/
The aim of these exciting new resources is to provide teachers delivering alcohol education in KS3 with ready to deliver lessons which will save planning and preparation time but still ensure highly effective and enjoyable lessons are delivered. We hope that this will be especially helpful as you prepare for statutory health education taking effect from September.
Each 50 minute lesson includes a detailed lesson plan, learning objective, intended learning outcome and resources required and covers the following topics:
- Assessing knowledge: How much do you know about alcohol?
- Units and guidelines: Responsible drinking
- Alcohol and its effects - physical and social
- Alcohol and the law: The consequences
- The effects of drinking too much
- Reflect and recap: Making safer choices
The aim is that four lessons will be delivered at age 12-14 (Year 8 or 9 / S1 or S2) with two top up lessons at age 13-15 (Year 9 or 10 /S3 or S4). The initial unit of work of four lessons is designed to be delivered across an academic year and the two top up lessons should follow a year later to build on learning and embed safer decision making as the children get older.
Each lesson consists of selected engaging activities with suggestions for possible variation depending on the individual class and the time available.
The lesson plans and links to the lessons can be downloaded here.
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