Does your SLT really know what Citizenship is? Do you have time on the curriculum to cover what you need to? How can you make your Citizenship really transformative? Whether you are the lone Citizenship teacher or leading a team of non-specialists, subject leadership in Citizenship presents us all with challenges. This workshop debated and shared strategies and approaches for overcoming a range of everyday issues at school.
We have pulled together our Citizenship Essentials to help Citizenship subject leaders and teachers plan or update their Citizenship curriculum provision for 2016-17.
Below are links to key ACT resources, some of which are free for the public to access and some of which can be accessed through association membership. This selection will help Citizenship subject leaders and teachers plan and update their Citizenship provision.
With an exciting new school year about to start, we have pulled together our Citizenship Essentials to help Citizenship subject leaders and teachers plan or update their Citizenship curriculum provision.
This briefing identifies links with the National Curriculum for Citizenship at key stages 3 and 4, covers the big issues and key concepts, suggests teaching ideas and approaches, highlights opportunities for citizenship action projects and provides links to further resources.
Topical Issues Briefings are designed to explore topical issues in Citizenship and how they relate to the new NC Citizenship programmes of study. They provide a starting point for teachers with teaching ideas and links to further resources.
The ACT GCSE Summary Guide provides teachers with an overview of the new GCSEs in Citizenship Studies that are available for first teaching from 2016 and first examination in 2018. The guide is organised to provide you with a quick view of:
'The Prevent Duty and Controversial Issues: creating a curriculum response through Citizenship' is a new publication that offers guidance to schools and teachers as they consider and develop their response to the Prevent Duty.