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Poverty Snapshot

Poverty Snapshot

Overview

Schools have a responsibility to tackle poverty and promote equality of opportunity. Teaching young people about poverty can empower them to understand the subject and its impact, motivating them to act within a school, community, or city.

Using the National Curriculum, we have linked as many opportunities as possible to deliver poverty through a range of different subject areas. These opportunities can be used to either deliver the topic as a stand-alone or through cross-curricular planning with a number of different subject areas depending on the focus of the school.

The suggested lessons allow you to broadly focus on topics linked to poverty using the 10 fundamentals and the five-step process. It's important to link these to youth social action and how learning can make a difference.

Each lesson plan lightly integrates the learning or practice of a specific life/employability skill, such as oracy, teamwork, reflection, and/or problem-solving. In addition, each lesson links learning to potential youth social projects that other young people have delivered to make a difference.
 
Additional Resources

  1. Delivering Poverty through Various Subjects
    (Relationship, Personal, Social, Health Education, Citizenship, Science, RE, English, Music, Art, and Information technology)
  2. Background Reading
  3.  
    Teaching Poverty

    Key Stage 1Key stage 2

    Key Stages 3 and 4

     

    Case Studies
    Authors: Sonia Berglund, Mahreen Hassan and Samia Akram
    Edited: James Murray
    Quality Assured by: TBC
Key Stage: KS 1, KS 2, KS 3, KS 4
Social Issue: Poverty
YSA Step: Explore
Resource type: Lesson plans, Guide
Subject(s): Citizenship & PSHE, Science, English, Maths, History, Geography, Physical Education, Information Technology, Food Technology, Music
Owner: Ormiston Trust

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KS 1 , KS 2 , KS 3 , KS 4 , Poverty , Curriculum Integration

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