Assembly - Effective Participation
Assembly, PLTS, PSD, PSE, PSHEE
Audio, Presentation, Teacher Guide
Why do some people make a difference? Explore ‘being an effective participator’ with this pre-scripted Assembly resource for secondary pupils, based on the British Army Antarctic Expedition.
This assembly will help you to explore the idea of preparing for opportunities by 'investing in yourself'. It looks at how, as 'self managers', students can each invest in the skills and knowledge that they need in order to succeed, in life, work and pastimes.
Citizenship - An Introduction to Human...
Other, Teacher Guide
The KS4 resource An introduction to human rights focus' on the Army’s roles in Kosovo and Sierra Leone. Providing case studies which help your students to understand human rights issues.
Armed Forces Day - Secondary
Citizenship, ECM, English, History, Other, PLTS
Armed Forces Day for Secondary Schools. This guide has been designed to encourage schools to participate in Armed Forces Day celebrations to honour our service men and women – past, present and future.
Curriculum For Excellence, Geography
Interactive, Teacher Guide
This resource provides five sets of lesson plans, student materials and online interactives that use the Antarctic Peninsula to help students learn about: glaciers, plate tectonics, ice cover and climate change, commercial use of natural environments (Deception Island) and rock types.
Interactive, Other, Presentation, Teacher Guide
Get Fit! A PE resource for KS3&4 (11-16 years).
Eat Well, Feel Good
Eat Well, Feel Good - a PE and PSHEE resource for KS3&4 (11-16 years).
Build a Barracks
Citizenship, English, Enterprise, Maths, Other, PSE, PSHEE
Interactive, Other, Workshops
Build a Barracks, team challenge run by Army personnel in your school.
Citizenship, Curriculum For Excellence, Other, PE, PLTS, PSE, PSHEE, Public/Uniformed Service (FE), Sport
11-14, 14-16, 16-18
Other, Teacher Guide, Workshops
These lessons provide simple, practical tools that enable students to identify, set, plan for, and achieve goals in any area of learning, life and work. They link to skills frameworks across the UK, including:
England: Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS)
Scotland: Four Capacities
Wales: Thinking Skills and Communication
Northern Ireland: Thinking Skills and Personal Capacities
The curriculum enables young people to become:
• Successful learners
• Confident individuals
• Responsible citizens.
Citizenship, Curriculum For Excellence, Outdoor Activity Leadership (FE), PLTS, PSE, PSHEE
Other, Teacher Guide, Workshops
These workshops synthesise what we hope are the most helpful aspects of leadership into a framework that allows students to apply a set of clear ideas and see useful results, without getting bogged down in too much theory. It is based on the concept of transformational leadership.
In the workshops, students explore:
• Who and what is a leader?
• Sources of influence and personal style
• Values that underpin leadership, including integrity, courage and discipline
• Leadership skills, including empathy, counselling, consulting and decision-making
• Leadership tasks, including creating a vision, support, guidance, conflict resolution and reflection.
Each workshop includes a series of short individual and group tasks that encourage reflection and development in each student’s own leadership context. Students are encouraged to support each other and use insights from other contexts to inform and inspire their own ideas and actions.