This lesson looks at the concept identity. We will explore what we understand by our own identity and how our identities might be shared with others.
Unit: What are our identities and communities?
This lesson explores how identity can change over time. We will look at our own identities and how they change, thinking about what it is that makes them change.
This lesson looks at what a community is. We will consider what you might find in a community and how they are made up. We will also consider the key features that are important in communities.
This lesson explores how different communities are changing. We will look at early communities and how they have developed into the communities we live in today. We will consider what has influenced changes in communities and begin to think about future change.
This lesson considers how we are connected to one another across the United Kingdom. We will investigate the connections we have with others through a range of examples, including school and the British Youth Parliament.
This lesson considers how we are connected to people across the globe. We consider how advancements have made this possible and look at a case study of Live Aid and the Olympics to demonstrate these developments and the importance and value of working with others.
Units in Citizenship
Units in Identities and communities
- Citizenship - What’s it all about?
- What are our identities and communities?
- What rights should all children have?
- How does local democracy work?
- What is crime?
- How can we make a difference in our communities?
- How does the political system work in the UK?
- How does the media affect us?
- What is the law and how is it changed?
- How can citizens bring about change?
- Why was the struggle for the vote important today?
- What can we do about global problems?
- How is the UK governed?
- Are people treated equally in UK society?
- Why do people move around the world?
- How can we manage money well?
- Can digital democracy increase political participation?
- How can young people play an active role in democracy?