Chapter 18: Key cross curricular issues in secondary
'Background' gives the background to citizenship and its implementation
'Schools' shows how schools can be proactive in implementing citizenship whilst
'Implementing' gives more detail on this and marries it with a school based task for trainees.
'Evaluate' can be used for this session, or just as a prompt for evaluating the
citizenship in a particular lesson
DfES (2007) Diversity and Citizenship Curriculum Review
Crick, B. (1998) Education for citizenship and the teaching of democracy in schools, London, QCA
HMI (2005) Citizenship in secondary schools: evidence from Ofsted inspections (2003/04) HMI 2335
Living improvement: a case study of a secondary school in England
Kevin Hollins, Helen M. Gunter, and Pat Thomson.
Improving Schools, Jul 2006; vol. 9: pp. 141 - 152.
Researching cultural harmony through the student voice
Sally Inman and Nola Turner.
Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, Jul 2007; vol. 2: pp. 119 - 133
Rethinking citizenship education in England: Some lessons from contemporary social and political theory
Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, Jul 2006; vol. 1: pp. 123 - 140
National Curriculum documents available for the current NC at www.nc.uk.net
and for the new NC at www.http://curriculum.qca.org.uk/ and http://www.qca.org.uk/qca_13575.aspx.
Follow links to cross curriculum dimensions, citizenship, PSHE etc.
The Ajegbo Report can be downloaded at www.publications.teachernet.gov.uk/eOrderingDownload/ DfES_Diversity_&_Citizenship.pdf
RSA 2007. http://.rsa.org.uk/newcurriculum/ (accessed November 2007)