'The Rule of Law for Key Stage 3 Citizenship Education' published by Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
'The Rule of Law for Key Stage 3 Citizenship Education' published by Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources.
The materials offer lesson ideas with activities, video and photocopiable resources to help teach pupils about the key concepts and principles that underpin law and citizenship through the rule of law. The flexible activities make use of contemporary issues relating to equality in society, human rights and the environment. The resource can be used to teach the legal aspects of the Key Stage 3 Citizenship curriculum, and as an introduction to the law and justice content of Key Stage 4 and GCSE Citizenship Studies.
This resource has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship education resources. The ACT assessment panel said,
|“The materials provide a valuable resource for teachers, especially for those without a legal background. The activities and stimulus materials are varied and flexible, and allow for demanding discussion and debate, particularly for year 9 and above. The resources cover many aspects of the rule of law and its central importance within a democracy which is a key part of the citizenship curriculum.”|
'The Rule of Law for Key Stage 3 Citizenship Education' resource is a printed book and DVD. It is currently available free of charge. For more information on how to obtain this resource, visit the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law's website or contact them by email.