Citizenship and Anti-Social Behaviour

Crime and Punishment

Keystage: 2/3 Pages: 1 Reference: pl-casb-015 Key points of the Criminal Damage Act 1971 are outlined and young people are invited to suggest appropriate punishment for acts of criminal damage.

The Magic Wand

Keystage: 4 Pages: 1 Reference: pl-casb-014Taking the theme of 'community' further, this project activity poses the question: If you were given £2million to spend on a 'Community Improvement Project', how would you spend it?Young people are asked to consider the needs of the wider community and suggest, research, plan and cost a project that will meet these needs. In this scenario the key concept could be said to be – 'Positive Actions bring Positive Outcomes'. 

What, Who, How - anti-social behaviour affects others

Keystage: 2/3 Pages: 2 Reference: pl-casb-010 A double page activity that asks young people to consider a range of situations involving anti-social behaviour (vandalism / arson / criminal damage). For each situation they are asked to discuss:-What is happening?Who is affected?How the person might be affected – now and in the future.Key Concept: All actions bring consequences.  

A Real Team Player

Keystage: 2/3 Pages: 1 Reference: pl-casb-006 An alternative format for the 'Part of the Community' resource illustrating two key concepts: a. Most people in communities - rather than living in isolation b. When we live close to others - our actions affect those around us

Good Citizen or Public Pest

Keystage: 2/3 Pages: 2 Reference: pl-casb-007 Two pages that form an A3 street scene featuring a range of anti-social behaviour. Pupils are asked to comment on individual incidents and the potential impact of those situations on others. This activity can be used to support a general discussion/exploration of anti-social behaviour and its impact. A useful resource for the initial discussion would be a range of digital photographs of vandalism/criminal damage etc in recognisable local areas.

Criminal Damage

Keystage: 3 Pages: 2 Reference: pl-casb-004 Two pages that work together to define the terms vandalism and graffiti and explore pupil’s attitudes to the severity of criminal damage. Each example of criminal damage is considered in the light of its impact on others.

Good Citizen or Public Pest?

Keystage: 2/3 Pages: 2 Reference: pl-casb-002 Two pages that together form an A3 street scene featuring a range of anti-social behaviours. Pupils are asked to comment on individual incidents and their impact on others.  

Part of the Community

Keystage: 2 Pages: 1 Reference: pl-casb-001 This activity has been designed to graphically illustrate two key concepts:a. Most people in communities - rather than living in isolationb. When we live close to others - our actions affect those around us 
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