NEW  home learning lesson for KS3-4 students exploring how to improve relationships and manage conflicts during challenging times. This lesson will help students to:


  • identify the ways difficult circumstances can challenge relationships and increase conflict
  • explain ways to promote positive relationships during times of difficulty

NEW  home learning lesson for KS3 exploring how role models can demonstrate positive qualities and behaviours to others. This lesson will help students to:


  • describe how people can learn from the behaviour of positive role models
  • explain how a person’s actions can impact upon others and the role peers can play in supporting one another
  • evaluate examples of positive role models

NEW  New home learning lesson for KS1 on keeping safe around household products, helping pupils to:


  • identify how they can know if something might harmful to bodies
  • state some safety rules for the safe use of household products
  • recognise risk in situations related to household products

NEW  Home learning lesson for Key Stage 3 students addressing risk assessment and management in a safe way for remote learning. The lesson will help students to:


  • explain the factors which affect the level of risk in different situations
  • suggest strategies for assessing and managing risk
  • assess different types of risk

Home learning lesson pack — including a new lesson for KS1 — will help pupils to:


  • recognise what good quality sleep is and what the benefits of it are.
  • understand the importance of routines for promoting good quality sleep.
  • understand how sleep patterns change and how challenges in getting good quality sleep can be overcome.

NEW Home learning pack for Year 10-11 covering statutory RSE content on different types of long-term relationships, marriage & parenting. The lessons will help students to:


  • recognise different types of relationships and their legal status
  • analyse different attitudes towards marriage and civil partnerships
  • identify the different roles, responsibilities and challenges of being a parent

Home learning pack for Year 9-11 on career opportunities, showcasing personal strengths and making a positive impression online, helping students to:


  • explore strategies for showcasing strengths online and how this can create a positive impression to future employers
  • identify career opportunities online and the associated benefits and challenges of these
  • evaluate the benefits and challenges of maintaining a positive online presence

Relationships home learning lesson for KS2, helping pupils to:


  • identify different types of friendship and what makes a good friend
  • recognise why friendship is important
  • describe strategies for solving arguments between friends
  • explain how to maintain good friendships, even when problems arise

Home learning packs for Years 4-5 and Years 6-7 on puberty, helping pupils to:


  • identify the physical and emotional changes that may happen during puberty.
  • manage physical changes during puberty, including how and why hygiene is important.
  • explore how to start conversation and get help and support in relation to puberty.

Home learning lesson on making decisions and managing peer pressure about films and online viewing will help KS3 students to:


  • explain the factors that influence decisions about what film and online content is appropriate for young people
  • describe or demonstrate how to respond to pressure to watch something that makes someone feel uncomfortable
  • explain where and how to get help or advice about film and online content

Home learning lesson for KS2, helping pupils to:


  • identify hazards and hidden dangers near canals and rivers.
  • explain how to keep safe near canals and rivers.
  • describe what to do if there is an incident or emergency.

Primary and secondary home learning lesson packs exploring different strategies pupils can use to help them manage their mental health and emotional wellbeing both during this challenging period and beyond.


The PowerPoints and accompanying resources are optimised for home learning and provide regular opportunities for young people to reflect on what they have learnt.

KS3 & 4 home learning lesson on personal values and career choices, helping students to:


  • explore their values and how these relate to planning career pathways.
  • set goals based on their personal values.
  • identify organisations for employment that align with personal values.

Two home learning lessons for primary (KS1&2), exploring different influences on decision making and helping pupils to:


  • recognise situations which involve making a decision or giving an opinion.
  • consider how decision-making may be influenced both positively and negatively.
  • understand how influences on decisions and opinions may change depending on the situation.

Two home learning lessons for primary (KS1&2), encouraging pupils to reflect on special people in their own lives and helping them to:


  • recognise the different ways family and friends care for each other.
  • consider how they can maintain relationships with their special people if/when they can’t be physically together.
  • manage relationships positively in times of change.

KS3 & 4 home learning lesson on sharing information safely online, helping pupils to:


  • describe what information should be kept private and what is safe to share online.
  • explain the risks of sharing personal information online.
  • analyse different strategies to ensure online safety.

Home learning lessons for primary and secondary pupils who are transitioning to the next stage of their education and lives. These lessons help pupils to:


  • Identify feelings about moving to the next key stage.
  • Explore the impact of school closures on transition.
  • Describe the changes that can occur as they move to the next key stage.
  • Assess the challenges of transition and strategies to manage these.
  • Identify sources of support.

Home learning lessons for KS1-3 exploring the importance of dental health and oral hygiene, and helping to:


  • raise awareness of the impact of good oral hygiene and dental health behaviours.
  • equip young people with the skills and strategies they need to care for their own dental health.