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Our comprehensive range of legal resources are designed to engage and inform young people about the law. We bring real and complex issues to life through discussion-led exercises that promote critical thinking and enquiry skills. This promotes deeper thinking and… Read More
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Key Stage 4 - Key Stage 3 - Key Stage 5


Consumer Law

Have your students ever purchased something online that didn’t work, or wasn’t as described? Did they know what to do about it? This lesson explores the law concerning buying and selling goods and services highlighting what your rights and responsibilities… Read More
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Key Stage 4


Cyberbullying and Sexting

During this lesson students explore the law in relation to social media and the actions of school students. The focus of the lesson is on what might be considered inappropriate and the potential consequences of such behaviour. Read More
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Key Stage 4 - Key Stage 3


Family Law – Children and Parents

This lesson explores the law relating to parental rights and responsibilities. During the lesson students examine what responsibilities parents have and consider whether they think these are fair. Students also look at a case study of what happens if a… Read More
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Key Stage 4


Family Law – Cohabitation and Marriage

During the course of the lesson students will learn the difference between marriage and cohabitation and consider which is most appropriate in a number of scenarios. Students will also explore the changing attitudes to marriage and cohabitation in England and… Read More
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Key Stage 4


General Election 2017 resources (assembly & classroom)

This free resource will support your students to understand how and why we have a snap General Election. This PowerPoint provides young people with a walk-through the democratic process. Who are the contenders? How do voters decide who to choose? How can we influence the country in run and what will happen on June 9th after the votes have been counted? Read More
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Key Stage 4 - Key Stage 3


Housing Law

During this lesson students will look at some of the legal issues concerning housing and places where people live, including common landlord and tenant issues and issues linked to social housing. Housing law is a complicated issue that will affect… Read More
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Key Stage 4


Human Rights

In this lesson students will learn about and discuss some of the human rights that apply in England and Wales. By the end of the lesson students will understand the nature of human rights and have considered a number of… Read More
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Key Stage 4


Learning about the Law

This lesson will give your students an introduction to the legal system in England and Wales. During the lesson students will examine the roles of the various professionals involved in the law and explore the difference between criminal and civil… Read More
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Key Stage 4


Police Power

This lesson examines the powers that the police have to stop and search, arrest and detain individuals. Students also have the opportunity to create their own ideal police force. Read More
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Key Stage 4


Racial Discrimination

This series of activities introduces students to the laws relating to race discrimination and institutionalised racism by examining a number of high profile case studies. The activities can be delivered as a stand-alone lesson(s). However, we would recommend that they… Read More
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Key Stage 4 - Key Stage 3


Sentencing Myths

This short 20 minute quiz challenges young people’s perceptions of current sentencing guidelines. It can be run as a standalone activity or as an extension activity as part of a mock trial competition. Read More
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Key Stage 4 - Key Stage 3


Social Media and the Law

In this lesson students will explore the law in relation to social media posts, the types of offences that people are committing (whether knowingly or not), the types of punishments that have been given and the potential dangers involved in… Read More
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Key Stage 4 - Key Stage 3


Tackling Discrimination

This short, 30 minute, activity asks students to explore whether or not we have a moral or legal obligation to tackle discrimination when we see it. It can be delivered as a stand-alone session. However, we would recommend that it… Read More
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Key Stage 3


Who has the Power to Brexit?

This lesson plan will enable students to explore the case brought to UK courts by Gina Miller, who challenged the Government on their right to initiate Article 50 without a vote in parliament. This unit explores the idea of Parliamentary… Read More
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Key Stage 4 - Key Stage 3


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