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Whether you’re new to teaching GCSE Citizenship Studies or would like to develop your skills, join us to discuss what the key components of a good lesson looks like.

Once students reach Key Stage 4, we often think that the style of lesson needs to change as our focus shifts to examination specifications and terminal examinations. 

However, what should a GCSE Citizenship Studies lesson really look like? While we have to ensure students understand the enormous amount of information in the specification, does this mean there is no place for the more active elements to lessons you used lower down? What are the fundamental elements of good planning for Citizenship lessons and planning sequences of lessons, and do these need to change when you reach Key Stage 4? 

In this session, Assistant Principal Kelly Allchin, a Personal Development lead with 15 years Citizenship teaching experience, shares her experiences of working at Leeds City Academy. Kelly will provide practical advice on planning GCSE lessons for students of all abilities, including those with EAL or SEN needs. She will also explore the pedagogy that leads to successful outcomes in a GCSE Citizenship Studies classroom.


January 22nd, 2024 from  5:00 PM to  6:30 PM
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Course fee
E-members £50.00
Individual members £25.00
Organisation members £25.00
School/college members £0.00