RSE (Consent) - Viral. Students will be learning :
- Relationships Strand
- To establish clear personal boundaries around those aspects of their lives they wish to be private, shared only with specific people, and made public. To understand their right to privacy
- That consent is freely given and that being pressurised, manipulated or coerced to agree to something is not consent; that the seeker of consent is responsible for ensuring that consent has been given and if consent is not given or is withdrawn, that decision should always be respected
- The law in relation to consent (including the legal age of consent for sexual activity, the legal definition of consent and the responsibility in law for the seeker of consent to ensure that consent has been given)
- How to seek the consent of another person and be sure that consent has been given; how to assertively withhold or withdraw consent
Switched On has been designed by Theatre Centre, in consultation with teachers and young people. A professional, engaging, and realistic play has been written for each of the topics and tailored to meet the requirements of the PSHE curriculum.
Each toolkit contains:
- Four 60 minute lesson plans
- Powerpoint Resource
- Student Workbook
- Teaching Guidelines: Creating a safe environment
- A professionally produced radio play
Engaging Audio Play
High quality audio play centered around a teenage character. The fictional story engages learners, creates a safe space to discuss sensitive topics and uses realism to encourage a greater depth of learning.
Structured student work book
Now with an additional workbook which has been specially adapted to support schools setting distance learning tasks. Provided in both PDF and Microsoft Word format for easy editing.
Structured Lesson PLans
Teacher guidelines to support the delivery of PSHE and lesson plans with clear objectives and timed activities. Powerpoint included to support task delivery.
Developed by experts
Theatre Centre has 65 years experience creating meaningful resources for young people. We specialise in understanding the needs of children and young people and in creating work that equips them with the skills for later life.
"A powerful resource which stimulated student engagement with a challenging topic. The audio play was relevant and felt like a real enough situation for the students to use as a vehicle for discussing the important topics."
PSHE Teacher, William Ellis School
Switched On supports different learning styles; audio, visual and kinaesthetic. The model develops students' listening skills and ability to interpret ideas.”
Drama Teacher, Lister Community School
"Different to our current PSHE offer. The students are more engaged and productive with the Switched On programme."
PSHE Teacher, Harris Academy Rainham
Why choose Theatre Centre resources?
Created by experts
We have spent almost 70 years designing and delivering creative work for schools.
National Portfolio Organisation
We are proud to be recognised by Arts Council England as leading the way to protect our national arts and cultural ecology.
Tackling sensitive issues can be a challenge without the right guidance. We use robust safeguarding practices across our team.