In this lesson, we will define the concept of rights, understand the development of rights over time and learn what rights children have.
Unit: What rights should all children have?
In this lesson we will we be learning about the right to education. We will be investigating how children in Nigeria experience barriers to their right to education, and how the Covid -19 pandemic has created challenges to children in the UK to assess their right to education.
In this lesson, we will explore what individuals can do to protect the rights of others. During the lesson you will have the opportunity to take part in active citizenship and a campaign for the right to education.
In this lesson we will investigate Article 24, the right to healthcare, and what this means to children living in the UK and elsewhere. We will go on to analyse the role richer countries have in supporting poorer countries with healthcare.
In this lesson you will learn about your right to reliable and accurate information and why this is so important to help you access other rights. You will explore what accurate and reliable information means and why it is important for young people to access news that is aimed at them.
In this lesson we will learn about how to take part in a deliberative debate. We will explore whether Covid-19 as a pandemic has affected children’s rights, by looking at the rights to education, health and information
Units in Citizenship
Units in Rights, justice and law
- 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?