Love or lies? Educational resource pack and DVD
Published by Eyes Open Creative
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This comprehensive education resource pack is ideal for professionals working with young people who want to explore issues around positive and negative relationships, peer pressure and sexual exploitation.
Developed by experienced practitioners, the pack includes 20 detailed lesson plans. Topics include healthy relationships, self-esteem, pressures and expectations, minimising risk, safety on the internet, sexual exploitation and internal trafficking (also known as street grooming).
For staff, the resource covers why preventative work is important and includes training materials about the signs of sexual exploitation and internal trafficking.
The pack comes with a DVD featuring the acclaimed short film My Dangerous Loverboy. The film’s powerful depiction of relationships, sexual exploitation and internal trafficking in the UK can help provoke lively discussions in class.
The resource is designed to be used in school with young people (Key Stages 3 and 4), and staff who deliver personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education. It is also suitable for use by any practitioner working with young people.
FREE LESSON PLAN! Preview Love or Lies with this free PDF featuring one of the lesson plans.
"I have the pack and have been looking through it with great interest. It looks a really important , useful and, crucially, a useable resource. I will definitely be teaching from it. I really like the way you have differentiated for KS3 and KS4 – as I think it’s is a topic that requires some thoughtful preparation and the focus on relationships in KS3 is crucial as a foundation."
"I believe that sexual exploitation is also a hidden threat as some students are unaware of what may be happening to them and others in these situations. So the explicit analysis of the cause and effects of inappropriate sexual relationships is very timely. We know that the press has recently splashed on the grooming of young girls into gangs – and this is a real threat in society. This scheme of work could be the stimulus young people need to become more self aware of the dangers and give them strategies to resist risky peer pressure."
Audience / for use by Professionals working with young people aged 14 and above in schools and other settings.
Curriculum guidance Meets guidance for key stages 3 and 4.