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Clivey
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What is expected for sept 2002 in terms of citizenship? ( Key Stage 3 ) We have a PSHE scheme
which includes aspects of citizenship and new resources. How much do the schemes in the DFES
citizenship folder have to be used. So far, we are going to map citizenship across the curriculum
based on what we do already, we have the revised PSHE scheme and we will write a policy. What else
is needed? I have looked at the DFES web site and also seen the OFSTED guidelines for what they
will be looking for.

Does anyone have a citizenship policy I could see or know where an exapmle is on the web?

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Yes, my policy is to remind the SMT that we are not citizens!

Guess what I subject my form to...

;-} Singe
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There has been a lot of controversy over Citizenship and PSHE "subjects", especially wrt privacy
issues, parents prerogatives, indoctrination - they are obviously areas whee there are more opinions
than facts, so are parents given the option to withdraw their children from citizenship and the
whole of PSHE, as they are from RE and sex education?

Thanks.
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Felicity, Do you believe that we can just pick and choose what suits us from the public menu? ira
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On 21 Jun 2002 17:03:28 -0700, [email protected] (ira goldstien) wrote:

[q1]> Felicity, Do you believe that we can just pick and choose what suits us from the public menu?[/q1]

Just a minute.

As I am not a Christian, in fact I do not have a religion (not even Jedi!) I cannot teach my
opinions to my class.

I think that teachers can "subvert" citizenship into an open discussion of issues which pupils find
interesting because most of the material from the government is understandably woolly.

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