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How can we raise awareness of fairness issues we have found? Lesson 5 of 6

Key stage 3 (ages 11-14) • Active Citizenship • Lesson and support materials

How can we raise awareness of fairness issues we have found?

This lesson is part 5 of a sequence of 6 lessons addressing the key enquiry: What role can I play in making our school a fairer place?

Having carried out research into rights in school, students identify key messages related to fairness issues. They identify a changemaker in school – for example, a member of the leadership team, head of year or governor – who they would like to invite into class to listen to their findings. They then work in small groups to produce a presentation in preparation for the next lesson.

Students will work towards answering the following questions:
  1. What key messages have we identified in relation to rights and fairness issues in school?
  2. What is a changemaker?
  3. What makes a good presentation?
  4. How can we present our findings to a changemaker to make the most impact?
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