Created by experienced educational specialists, mapped on to the curricula and Pfeg Quality Marked; our lesson plans are innovative, flexible and are regularly updated with related news.
Our teachers’ notes provide an overview of the learning outcomes along with a map of curricula and syllabi links.
Beginning with government & gconomy as an overview of the economic challenges faced by Government, the six remaining lesson plans cover key areas of public spending. Chance to be Chancellor provides a great conclusion to these lesson plans, which can also be used flexibly to enrich any scheme of work.
Each lesson plan has its own dedicated online page containing a downloadable PDF and visual slides along with related up to date news.
Teachers’ notes provide an overview of the learning outcomes, a Citizenship and PSHEE curricula map with Business and Economic syllabi references and notes on differentiation.
The first of the lesson plans, government & economy provides an overview of the challenges faced by the Government when setting the nation’s Budget.
Through handling a mock school budget students explore the price of education.
The future of the health service remains as controversial as it does current – get your students grappling with the issues.
With a focus on flooding environment explores the connections between the country’s economy and our environment.
Look at the economics of protecting the public from the costs of crime to the price of justice.
Get your students looking at how the nature of work has changed over time and how the future job market might look.
With a focus on pensions, welfare enables your students to explore the main challenges and moral issues involved in providing a welfare system.
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