FASTN KS3 relationships resource: 'Commitment: what does it mean?'

FASTN KS3 relationships resource: 'Commitment: what does it mean?'

Using the stimulus of a poem by rapper and spoken word artist Nick Brewer, pupils are given the opportunity to consider their own values and commitments, the benefits of those commitments, and what they would like to commit to in the future.

In order to support development and maintenance of healthy and reliable relationships, this lesson — which explores a range of relationship types — enables pupils to:

  • describe what commitment means and looks like
  • explain why commitment is important for people’s health, wellbeing and relationships
  • explain what commitment means for them
  • reflect on their own commitments, now and in the future

The pack includes teacher guidance, a lesson plan, worksheets and slides to support delivery.




PSHE Association Subject Specialist Liz Laming says:

“We are delighted to award the Quality Mark to ‘Commitment: what does it mean?’. This resource provides an excellent introduction to the concept of commitment and how this can contribute to self-worth and the forming and maintaining of healthy relationships.

Using a variety of case studies, pupils explore a range of commitments and consider different opinions about what commitment might look like. It should be used within a planned, progressive programme that supports teaching about relationships within a wider PSHE education context.”

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Resource type(s)

Lesson plans
Quality assured

Subject(s)

Healthy Lifestyles
Relationships and Sex Education

Levels

Key Stage 3

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