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(Fun KS3 Citizenship revision quizzes to teach students in Year 7, Year 8, and Year 9)
Ah, Citizenship. The subject that allows you all to spring forth into adulthood as delightful and generous members of the community. Well, that’s how Shakespeare would describe it. We say it’s about being a decent human being. Simple. And the revision can be fuss-free too. Studying Citizenship at KS3 means developing an awareness of how things work and how you can make a change.
You might have already looked at Citizenship earlier on in your education but now you’re getting older, you can be someone who actually affects change. Pretty exciting, right?
Okay, let’s get down to it. What exactly are you going to learn in KS3 Citizenship, throughout Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9? Let’s draw back the magnificent curtain and see what’s on the National Curriculum.
Are you ready, future life-changers? Here’s what’s on the agenda...
We’ll take a look at Crime and Punishment, so you can get a better understanding of the kind of stuff that lands you in trouble (and how to stay away from it). Alongside that, we’ll also look into how the Government works (which will make you the Master of All Knowledge when Prime Minister’s Questions are on).
Are you keeping up?
Once you’ve got to grips with all that, we’ll take a look at your Rights and Responsibilities. This will help your understanding of the different rights and obligations you have as a fellow human and what rights other people (and animals) have too.
Then we’ll teach you all about volunteering. This is where you can learn about the process of selflessly helping others and the terminology that comes with it.
Don’t worry. We’re not going to throw a heap of textbooks at you and expect you to learn it all by heart. We’ll test you with our quizzes so that you can learn little chunks of information bit by bit and make sure you’re remembering it too!
Let’s get cracking. It’s time to quiz up and make a difference.