Year 11

2021-2

Autumn Term 1

Health and Wellbeing

  • Create a wellbeing plan for life

  • Explore facts about diseases

  • Active lifestyle to prevent ill health, including cancer and cardiovascular ill-health.

  • Vaccines and antibiotics

  • Explain the implications of getting to know your body

  • Questions and support for period poverty

  • First aid; safety, cpr and how to apply bandages and slings

Autumn Term 2

Judaism

  • What are the origins of the faith?

  • Who are the key figures and what does the scripture say?

  • How do believers express their religious identity?

  • What are the key practices?

  • How do people worship?

  • What impact does religion have on people’s lives?

Spring Term 1

Relationships and Sex Education

  • What makes for a healthy family

  • Parenting responsibilities

  • Differentiate between aggressive and passive behaviour

  • Sexual harassment and sexual violence - consent

  • The Equality Act 2010

  • How to report discrimination and prejudice

  • Infertility, miscarriage and stillbirth

  • The menopause

  • Sexual harassment, ‘upskirting’ and misogynistic views of women

Spring Term 2

Religious Views of the World

  • Philosophy & Fundamental questions

  • Role of religion

  • Human Identity

  • Abrahamic views: Christian, Islamic & Judaism

  • Eastern views: Hinduism, Sikhism & Buddhism

  • Ancient views- Egypt and Babylon

Summer Term 1

Safety

  • Impact of ignoring laws on consent

  • Influence of online gambling and marketing

  • Control of the media and its implications

  • Impact of pornography

  • Harms from smoking tobacco (particularly the link to lung cancer)

  • Weigh up the benefits of quitting and how to access support to do so.

  • Laws

  • Explain the difference between re-distributive and restorative justice

  • Evaluate the pros and cons of rehabilitation

More detail...

Below you shall find the type of questions that we shall be exploring in each unit.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Create a wellbeing plan for life

  • Explore facts about the diseases

  • Discuss the links between an inactive lifestyle and ill health, including cancer and cardiovascular ill-health.

  • Recap the importance of balanced lifestyle and sleep

  • Identify the difference between immunisation and vaccination

  • Explain why there are anti-vax's out there?

  • Evaluate the pros and cons of antibiotics

  • Explain the implications of getting to know your body including impact of pornography

  • We discuss what is 'normal' - with a view to getting students to explore that there is no normal, we are all different and get them to question if the media needs to portray more realistic variety

  • Basic first aid: Skills for life

  • Practice how to apply bandages and slings


Judaism

  • What are the origins of the faith? Who is the founder? When, Where was the religion founded? What were the key revelation events?

  • Who are the God/Gods? Who are the key figures and what does the scripture say? Who are the key faith leaders? Is there a central figure in the scripture? What is the name of the Holy Book/Books? What are the key messages of the texts?

  • How do believers express their religious identity? What are the key practices? Initiation, rites of passage, death What are the key artifacts of the faith? Are there any symbols/language linked to identify?

  • How do people worship? What is the place of worship called? Key practice within the place of worship? What are the key festivals? What impact does religion have on people’s lives?

  • Revelations, miracles, interaction with the divine? Conversion

  • Actions in the community


Relationships and Sex Education

  • Recap what makes for a healthy family

  • Roles and responsibilities of parents with respect to raising of children

  • Evaluate what characteristics are needed for successful parenting.

  • Differentiate between aggressive and passive behaviour

  • Discuss why some people remain in unhealthy relationships… some online video about abuse maybe?

  • Explore sources of support that are ongoing

  • What constitutes sexual harassment and sexual violence and why these are always unacceptable.

  • The legal rights and responsibilities regarding equality (Equality Act 2010) and that everyone is unique and equal.

  • Ascertain the possible outcomes for people who are infertile

  • Explain the difference between miscarriage and stillbirth and explore their impacts

  • Evaluate the impact of the menopause

  • How to get further advice, including how and where to access confidential sexual and reproductive health advice and treatment.

  • Define ‘upskirting’

  • Examine misogynistic views of women

  • Discuss safety strategies - for all

Religious views on the World

  • Is there a God? What am I here? Is there life after Death?

  • What is religion?

  • What is a worldview? Is religion different from spirituality?

  • What are sources of authority?

  • What does it mean to be human?

  • Who am I?

  • Are humans made in the image of God?

  • How did we get here?

  • Who created us?


Safety

  • Explore the impact of ignoring laws on consent

  • Describe the risks related to online gambling

  • Decipher how far are we influenced by marketing online

  • Identify who controls the media and define the New Media

  • Explore how manipulative the media is

  • Recall key points about internet safety

  • Identify the lack of truth behind sexually explicit material

  • Understand how pornography can negatively affect behaviour towards sexual partners.

  • What to do and where to get support to report material or manage issues online.

  • Identify the facts about the harms from smoking tobacco (particularly the link to lung cancer)

  • Discuss the social implications of drug lifestyles, grooming and exploitation

  • Explain the difference between redistributive and restorative justice

  • Evaluate the pros and cons of rehabilitation