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This is a series of plays involving a moral dilemma followed by activities to encourage discussion and further investigation. They provide opportunities to explore personal development through group work and role play. The pack covers the following topics:

  • Problems with alcohol.
  • Dealing with bullying.
  • Drugs and smoking.
  • Exam stress.

The plays in this pack give young people an opportunity to perform in front of their peers. They provide an ideal way to introduce PSHE and can also be used to fill in time at the end of a lesson.


Benefits

  • Photocopiable — use year after year again and again.
  • Simple, clear and concise and easy to follow.
  • Downloadable — instantly available and no delivery costs.
  • Ready to use lesson plans to introduce each topic.
  • Each book contains a discount code to save even more on future purchases!

What’s Inside?

  • What are the types of bullying and how should schools deal with school bullying?
  • Examining addiction and addictive substances.
  • Useful study tips and how to deal with exam pressure.
  • The health risks of smoking and passive smoking.

Who is it for?

  • Teachers — This pack helps teachers introduce topics which explore personal, social and health education.
  • Parents — Parents can use the resource to initiate a discussion on a range of personal development topics.
  • Young People — As they participate in the role plays, young people build confidence and self-esteem.

Product Details

  • 46 pages.
  • Illustrated throughout.
  • For ages 12 years and upwards.

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