Primary 4 6 citizenship education is allocated 5 periods a week with 30 minutes for each period the five periods should be divided into 2 double periods of one hour each and a single period of thirty minutes suggestions for teaching the syllabus teachers should sequentially select topics from all the themes the individual responsibility authority and justice to plan the scheme of . 4 how should i teach citizenship to my students something to keep in mind when teaching citizenship is that we shouldnt only teach about citizenship but we should also teach children how to do citizenship in other words teaching about citizenship giving a definition of citizenship and looking at case studies in books etc. This is for school leaders school staff it is relevant to all schools teaching key stages 1 and 2 see also the key stages 3 and 4 statutory programmes of study for citizenship. Citizenship in the primary school going beyond circle time cathie holden school of education university of exeter education for citizenship is now recommended for all primary schools whilst primary teachers have long covered social and moral education they have been less likely to cover teaching about community and political literacy including the discussion of topical controversial . Becoming a citizenship school is a natural next step for schools wanting to motivate and equip young people for life in our complex society argues titus alexander in this practical guide with photocopiable activities extensive resource section and case studies showing how many schools are already making citizenship an every day experience for young people the book is a must for those
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