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Crime and Punishment

Crime and PunishmentDVD £29.99 ex vat + £2.50 p&p

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Content: 60 minutes in 10 units
Activity sheets: 40 printable pages on DVD
Suitability: 14-18 years and Youth Offending Teams, PSHE, RE, Citizenship

Should we get tough with offenders? Is punishment a deterrent? Can offending behaviour be changed? What's it like inside? This DVD examines our diverse and often contradictory attitudes towards crime and punishment. Victims, criminals, prison staff, police and politicians discuss their views, drawing out the social, moral and political issues. The pack includes 30 activity sheets.

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going to university
Everything You Want To Know About Going To University

DVD £39.99 ex Vat.

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A Question and Answer interactive DVD designed specifically for students who are the first in family to go to University.

DVD Resource:
DVD content: 20 questions 3-4 minutes each
2 student tours of universities 10 minutes each

Briefing & Advice: 20 printable pages downloadable from:
Suitability: Years 10, 11 & 12

Going To UniversityFilmed in small group sessions, students from years 10,11 and 12 ask the questions. They are from a wide range of backgrounds and are the first in their family planning to go to University. Their questions are an A - Z of their concerns and aspirations; from “where will I live?” to “will I get a better job?"

The answers come from graduate students fro m exactly the same backgrounds and are direct, clear and honest. Each question is formatted for instant click and view and, with the linked student briefing sheets, allows students to easily focus on the issues, so they can consider their options and make appropriate decisions.

The Questions Include:

  • Why Go?
  • How much will it cost? Loans, grants and bursaries.
  • What is a seminar?
  • Where will I live?
  • The first day - How bad is it?
  • How hard is degree work?
  • Working to a deadline - will I be chased?
  • Keeping up – who can I turn to for help?
  • My parents are worried - what can I tell them?

The answers are candid, funny, insightful and honest.

Two Student tours of Universities.
These two ten minute films follow
year 10 and 11 students visiting two Universities: Sussex, a purpose-built campus, and Greenwich, a multi site university.

The students visit lecture halls, libraries, IT centres and a hall of residence. The students see for themselves exactly what life at university involves and their questions cover the academic demands, finance and lifestyle.

These films are ideal preparation for students visiting universities themselves, so they know what to ask 
and can get the best from their visit.

Review by George Ferris
Aimhigher Consultant Waltham Forest East London:

This is a thorough and truly comprehensive guide which prepares young people for the difficult choice of deciding both whether to go to university and where and how to apply.

The material is fresh and direct, involving current undergrads and school and college students in wide ranging question and answer sessions which really do ‘touch all the bases’.

The DVD will prepare groups and individuals to get the most out of visits to Universities, and if this is not feasible this is the next best thing to being there, including tours of both city and campus environments.

Information ranges from the realities of shared space student life to the practicalities of making ends meet on a student loan: from the angst of making new friends to the possibilities of trying new hobbies.

The wealth of material is well organised and accessible, and combined with comprehensive on-line notes offering suggestions and activities, which could form the basis of either a school or college themed day  or a course of two to six sessions in a wide range of careers, G&T and life-skills contexts.

This DVD is an essential tool in helping young people make sense of the choices facing them in the sometime unfamiliar area of higher education.


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The Animated Universal Declaration of Human Rights

PicassoDVD £20 ex vat + £2.50 p&p

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Content: 15 minutes - 30 articles
Print: Universal Declaration in plain English + PDF file on DVD
Suitability: 11-18 years, PSHE, RE, Citizenship

This richly animated DVD, is an accessible and enjoyable introduction to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. (UDHR).

What does the Universal Declaration say?

Although it is part of our political vocabulary, few people actually know what it says. Amnesty International have produced ths 'youth version' of the UDHR which avoids the legalese and jargon and expresses the 30 articles in clear and simple lagnuage.

What can I use the DVD for?

The DVD comes with a copy of the youth version of the UDHR plus a printable pdf file also on the DVD, that will allow you to print off as many copies as you want.

This resource should be a key part of the Citizenship curriculum.

The animated sequences were made specially for Amnesty International by the world's top animators. The words and music were provided by Impington Village College in Cambridge.

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New DVD and websiteWho Runs This Place? An investigation

DVD pack £25.00 ex Vat.

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DVD pack
Content: 5 parts: Banking, Big Business, the Media, Politics & How Open Is Britain?
DVD: Who Runs This Place? 90 minutes plus 60 page linked Support Guide on the DVD
Suitability: Y10, 11 & 12, College and University

Who runs this place? is a student led investigation into political power in Britain.

Over the last year, a group of 16-18 year olds gained unprecedented access to boardrooms and corridors of power in Britain. They came face to face with the top people in business, finance, politics and the media and asked them ‘who runs this place?

They visited the boardrooms of

• Royal Bank of Scotland
• the BBC
• Vodafone
• BP
• Better Capital
• the British Bankers Association
• the CBI
• the NHS
• the Daily Mail

Who Runs This Place - An Investigation
Investigators in the city

They questioned senior journalists:
Jon Snow, Alan Yentob, Stephanie Flanders and Greg Dyke, as well as politicians Jon Cruddas MP, Andrew Tyrie MP, campaigners and whistleblowers.

Where does power lie? In this DVD, the hidden anatomy of Britain is revealed. These interviews are hard-hitting and insightful and expose the gap between these young people’s lives and the world of the rich and the powerful.

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Who Runs This Place - An Investigation
With Jon Snow at Channel 4

Join this remarkable journey.
It provides an indispensible insight into twenty first century Britain through the eyes of young people.

Who Runs This Place? website

The DVD is supported by a website and internet forum, for student use.
It contains the investigation in brief and an introduction to the student investigators.
Click here:


Buy the DVD here. £25.00 ex Vat; £30.00 inc Vat (Please use the "order online" link in the main menu)

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Why Atheism?

Philip PullmanDVD £29.99 ex vat + £2.50 p&p

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Content: Six films indexed for easy access with stop / start discussion points
Activity sheets: 65 printable pages on DVD
Suitability: Fully differentiated for Key Stage 3-5, RE and Moral Studies / Philosophy / PSHE / Critical Thinking

Why Atheism? is a resource of six films produced specifically to introduce students to humanism and atheism. Fully differentiated for KS 3-5, the films explain the values and beliefs of secular philosophy. It covers moral values, conflict, human life and death. A wide range of people from different cultures and backgrounds explain their values and beliefs on living without God.

  • Film 1: Disbelieving students from religious and non-religious backgrounds explain why they do not believe in God
  • Film 2: Leaving God; a Christian, a Muslim, a Jehovah's Witness and a Hindu talk about why they rejected their former religion
  • Film 3: Belfast born journalist Newt Emerson explains life in a religiously divided community
  • Film 4: Ceremonies without God; Birth, Marriage and Death
  • Film 5: Broadcaster Michael Rosen takes on the religious beliefs of Roman Catholic 6th form students
  • Film 6: Extended interview with author Philip Pullman on becoming an atheist having been raised as a Christian

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Why Civil Liberties?

Citizenship | RetributionDVD £29.99 ex vat + £2.50 p&p

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Content: 73 minutes in 7 units
Activity sheets: 58 page Activities and Briefings on DVD
Suitability: Key Stages 4-5, PSHE, RE, Citizenship

Using documentary, news footage and drama, this exciting DVD pack introduces 14-18 year olds to the topic of rights and civil liberties. It explores issues such as racism, sexual harassment, miscarriages of justice, disability, sexuality and freedom of expression. The pack includes 80 photocopiable activity sheets.

Download The Why Civil Liberties leaflet / order form

Why Human Rights?

Why Human RightsDVD £29.99 ex vat + £4.50 p&p

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Content: 65 minutes in 9 units
Activity sheets: 75 printable pages on DVD
Suitability: Key Stages 4-5, PSHE, RE, Citizenship

An introduction to human rights for the classroom. This DVD pack examines key issues such as the death penalty, freedom of expression, genocide, disappearances, torture, refugees, street children and prisoners of conscience. It encourages the understanding and discussion of the broader issues of tolerance, persecution, censorship and the work of human rights organisations.


Amnesty International logoThis pack comes with 60 activity sheets and full briefings on all
the issues from the Amnesty International research index.

Download Why Human Rights? leaflet / order form

Resolving Conflict

DPSE - Resolving ConflictVD £29.99 ex vat + £2.50 p&p

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Content: 95 minutes in 9 units
Activity sheets: 55 printable pages on DVD
Suitability: Key Stages 4-5, PSHE, RE, Citizenship

Learning to resolve conflict is a challenge for all young people. Using a series of real-life case studies, this pack examines how conflict is caused and how it is resolved. It looks at issues such as road rage, bullying at school, domestic violence, communities at war, using mediation and restorative justice. A 55-page workbook suggests activities that enable students to test out and evaluate the different ways of responding to conflict.

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Why Morality?

Why MoralityDVD £29.99 ex vat + £2.50 p&p

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Content: 60 minutes in 9 units
Workbook: 40 printable pages on DVD
Suitability: Key Stage 4/5, RE, PSHE, Citizenship

A lively DVD pack which stimulates debate on nine major moral and ethical issues, including abortion, corporal punishment, morality and the press, the purpose of religion and "doing the right thing". It includes interviews with a wide range of people from The Bishop of Oxford, Max Clifford and the editor of The Sun, to miners' wives, an atheist, a humanist and environmental protesters. The pack includes 40 activity sheets. Video Resource Pack 9 units 70 mins.

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Future of Old Age

Team Video - LadiesDVD £29.99 ex vat + £2.50 p&p

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Content: 75 minutes in 10 Units with stop/start discussion points
Briefing: 18 pages of facts and predictions on DVD
Suitability: Key Stage 3/5, Critical Thinking, RE, PSHE, Citizenship

With nearly a quarter of the population over sixty and life expectancy increasing, old age is on the agenda. This DVD resource designed for students 14 years and older, examines our often contradictory attitudes to age and ageing. Questions and discussion points include: What do the young think about the old? Who should look after old people? You might live to be a hundred - you'd better be prepared! A briefing with background notes is included with the 65 minute DVD.

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Money & Morality

Money and MoralityDVD £29.99 ex vat +£2.50 p&p

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Content: 24 Questions in 6 units indexed for easy access with stop / start discussion points
Activity sheets: 40 Printable pages on DVD
Suitability: Key Stage 4-5, Critical Thinking / RE and Moral Studies / Business Studies

This is a lively and provocative DVD resource for students to consider and reconsider their attitudes towards money. It looks at the moral and ethical implications of what we earn, the taxes we pay, the investments we make, what we lend and borrow.

A diverse range of views are presented, including former Chancellor of the Exchequer Norman Lamont, Bruce Kent and stand-up comedian Mark Thomas, as well as experts from the world of finance and religion; christian, jewish and muslim.

Questions include:

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Why Refugees?

Why Refugees?DVD £29.99 ex vat + £2.50 p&p

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Content: 55 minutes in 11 units indexed for easy access with stop / start discussion points
Activity sheets: separate 40 page Workbook with briefings and activities with DVD
Suitability: Key Stage 4-5, Citizenship / RE and Moral Studies / Critical Thinking / Modern Studies

Why Refugees? is a DVD resource in 11 units. A group of 6th form students investigate why there are refugees, why they come to the United Kingdom and what happens to them when they arrive. The students investigate the role of the media, the law and the position of the political parties. They talk to politicians, lobby organisations, lawyers, journalists, historians and refugees themselves. The questions they ask include;

It is a comprehensive investigation that unearths the facts, challenges the myths and provides a wide range of views that will stimulate research, writing and debate.

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The Animal Debate

The Animal DebateDVD £29.99 ex vat + £2.50 p&p

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Content: 3 x 45 minute debates in 23 units indexed for easy access with stop / start discussion points
Activity sheets: 85 printable pages on DVD
Suitability: Key Stage 4-5, Critical Thinking / RE and Moral Studies / PSHE

Three major debates designed to stimulate critical thinking on these key moral arguments. Fox hunting, Intensive farming, Medical experiments on animals. All three debates are specially segmented to allow stop-start after each argument,

Students ask all the questions.

"This is a really excellent package, at once accurate, fair and thoughtfully produced. It addresses issues which most young people feel are vitally important"
Times Educational Supplement

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The Interview - How To Make The Most Out Of It

The Interview - How To Make The Most Out Of It - Charlie£34.99 ex Vat. + £2.50 p&p
A DVD for 14 to 18 year-olds

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Content: 7 6-10 minute films
Briefing: 20 printable pages on DVD
Suitability: Work Experience & Citizenship

"If in your job you have anything to do with preparing students for interviews, then buy this DVD"
Teaching Citizenship

This easy-to-use DVD consists of seven separate short films designed to prepare students for the full range of interviews they are likely to face, they include:

* Work Experience placement
* Part-time job,
* Full-time job
* University application

Based on real experiences these dramatic reconstructions raise the issues of:

* Self-presentation
* Being prepared
* Questions to ask
* Rights at work
* Avoiding pit falls
* Dealing with the unethical interviewer

All seven films come with twenty pages of linked briefings and activity sheets.

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