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Year 12

Year Head - Mrs C McSorley

Class Form Teacher Room
S2A Mr D Mussen / Mrs S Savage F6
S2B Ms F MurphyG G14
S2C Mr R Barton TO1
S2D Mrs F McAstocker F16
S2E Mr P McLoughlin G1

Year 12 Programme of Study

Term One:

PD Statement 1: Health and Wellbeing

Pupils should be enabled to:

  • Develop an understanding of how to maximise and sustain their own health and well-being.

PD Statement 2: Self Concept

Pupils should be enabled to:

  • Reflect on, and respond to, their developing concept of self, including managing emotions.

PD Statement 3: Independent Living

Pupils should be enabled to:

  • Recognise, assess and manage risk in a range of real-life contexts;

Citizenship Statement 4:

Pupils should be enabled to:

  • Develop their understanding of how to participate in a range of democratic processes.

Unit 4: How and why are laws made?  (Boardworks)

  • Why do we need laws?
  • What is the difference between criminal and civil law?
  • How are laws made in Parliament?
  • What is the difference between statute law and case law?
  • How does the law affect young people at different ages?
  • How can individuals and groups campaign for changes to the law? How can you contribute to policy-making in your school and local community?

Unit 11: Europe who decides?  (Boardworks)

  • What is the European Union?
  • Why was the European Union formed?
  • How is the European Union organized?
  • How does membership of the European Union affect UK citizens?
  • What different views are there about the single European currency?
  • How might the introduction of the euro affect individuals and businesses in the UK?

Term Two:  

PD Statement 4: Managing Risks

Pupils should be enabled to:

  • Develop their understanding of relationships and sexuality and the responsibilities of healthy relationships;

PD Statement 5: Healthy Relationships

Pupils should be enabled to:

  • Develop further their competence as discerning consumers in preparation for independent living.

Citizenship Statement 5:  

Pupils should be enabled to:

  • Develop an awareness of democratic institutions and their role in promoting inclusion, justice and democracy

Unit 2: Young people and crime (Boardworks)

  • What are the national crime trends in the UK?
  • Why do some young people become involved in car crime?
  • What is the impact of car crime on different individuals and organizations?
  • How do local authorities respond to crime?
  • How does the Youth Justice System operate?
  • What support and help is available for young offenders and victims of crime?

Unit 4: How and why are laws made? (Boardworks)

  • Why do we need laws?
  • What is the difference between criminal and civil law?
  • How are laws made in Parliament?
  • What is the difference between statute law and case law?
  • How does the law affect young people at different ages?
  • How can individuals and groups campaign for changes to the law?
  • How can you contribute to policy-making in your school and local community?

Term Three:  

PD Statement 6: Parenting

Pupils should be enabled to:

  • Develop an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of parenting;

Citizenship Statement 6:

Pupils should be enabled to:

Develop awareness of the role of non-government organisations

Unit 12: Global issues, local action (Boardworks)

  • What global issues have arisen as a result of advances in society and human impact over the past 50 years?
  • What is sustainable development?
  • What is Agenda 21?
  • What is Local Agenda 21?
  • What is being done on a local level to address global issues of sustainable development?
  • Where does your food come from?
 

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