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> Citizenship material for Secondary Schools

Many of secondary assemblies provide food for thought for lessons and discussions related to citizenship themes. Use these quick links to find relevant material.

Although they are targeted at different Secondary Key Stages, the central themes can easily be adapted.

Democracy

DEMOCRACY Whole School
www.assemblies.org.uk/2010/aug10sec_democracy.php

ON DEMOCRACY Key Stage 4 / Key Stage 5
www.assemblies.org.uk/2010/may10sec_democracy.php

CHINA: SLOW CHANGE FOR THE BETTER? Key Stage 4 / Key Stage 5
www.assemblies.org.uk/2011/feb11sec_chinademocracy.php

Human Rights

OVERCOMING THE ODDS Whole school
www.assemblies.org.uk/2011/jun11sec_equality.php

REDUCING FOOD WASTE Whole school
www.assemblies.org.uk/2010/oct10sec_foodwaste.php

EMMELINE PANKHURST AND THE SUFFRAGETTES Key Stage 3 / Key Stage 4
www.assemblies.org.uk/2010/oct10sec_pankhurst.php

'IT'S MY RIGHT!' - the UN Declaration of Human Rights. Key Stage 4 / Key Stage 5
www.assemblies.org.uk/2008/may08sec_undhr.php

CULTURE Key Stage 4 /Key Stage 5
www.assemblies.org.uk/2008/nov08sec_culture.php

HUMAN RIGHTS Key Stage 4 / Key Stage 5
www.assemblies.org.uk/2010/mar10sec_humanrights.php

LITERACY IN INDIA Key Stage 4 / Key Stage 5
www.assemblies.org.uk/2010/may10sec_literacy.php

Identities and diversity: living together in the UK

WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER! Key Stage 3
www.assemblies.org.uk/2008/apr08sec_together.php

WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? Whole school
www.assemblies.org.uk/2008/nov08sec_whodoyouthink.php

WHO ARE YOU? A question of identity Key Stage 4 / Key Stage 5
www.assemblies.org.uk/2011/jul11sec_whoareyou.php


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