How do I encourage my students to be better role-models for younger pupils?

Ages 14-16 : (Theme: Personal skills development) : Being a role model for younger people (target age 15-16 but can be used with younger students)

This pack focuses on role-modelling skills and also contains self-reflective activities to help students identify the attributes they already posses and those they wish to develop. There are also links to careers education as students are helped to see the association between being a positive role-model and employability. This pack is targeted at the 15-16 year group in school but could be used with younger pupils. If you have a peer-mentoring programme in place this pack could be used as part of your training.

This pack contains the following activities:

  • Who is the best role-model?
  • Why be a role-model?
  • Class debate
  • Rising High (skills and attributes reflective task)
  • Using my role-modelling skills for my personal marketing plan
  • Superheroes
  • "Supermodel" game

Ages 14-16 : (Theme: Personal skills development) : Being a role model for younger people (target age 15-16 but can be used with younger students)
This resource includes the following files:
  • Ages 14-16 Being a role-model for younger people V2 Aug 21
Lesson plans are flexible allowing for differentiation and the accompanying PowerPoint presentations can be edited according to your needs.
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