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The main aim of this unit is to help students understand terms such as racism, prejudice and stereotyping. It also considers the range of diverse ethnic groups that live in Britain. It therefore fulfils part of the British Values criteria of tolerance and help prepare students for life in modern Britain.

Year 7

  • What assumptions might I be making about people?
  • To understand and challenge personal assumptions

Year 8

  • What does racism mean?
  • What is acceptable language to use in society?
  • How does the media influence attitudes to BAME?

Year 9

  • What is the history of racism?
  • What is Islamophobia and how can it be tackled?

Year 10

  • What are the different GRT groups living in Britain today?
  • To be able to challenge stereotypes of GRT

Year 11

  • What is intuitional racism?
  • How can racism be tackled in the workplace?

Useful websites:

www.theredcard.org
www.standuptoracism.org.uk

The unit aims to make sure students understand the different forms that bullying can take. It includes advice on how to cope if they are a victim and will make students aware of the need to be tolerant to everyone in the school and wider community.

Year 7

  • How do we learn to be together?
  • How do we make Egglescliffe School a good place to learn?
  • How do I make sure that my listening skills are outstanding?

Year 8

  • What is Egglescliffe definition of bullying and the school’s policy on bullying?
  • What types of bullying exist?
  • Why do people bully?

Year 9

  • What is homophobic bullying?
  • How can homophobic bullying be addressed?

Year 10

  • What is peer pressure?
  • Why do people join gangs?
  • What are the consequences of being in a gang?

Year 11

This part of the unit is currently being re-designed

 

Useful websites:

www.kidscape.org.uk 
www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk
www.childline.org.uk