GCSE PSHE and National 5 Modern Studies Teacher Resources
Free teacher classroom resources suitable for use in PSHE lessons with secondary school children at Key Stage 4 and GCSE in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and modern studies at National 4 and 5 in Scotland.
Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health
A series of short films based on HRH The Duke of Cambridge's mental health campaign, with focus on men's mental health.
A series of short films for secondary schools, which provides students with a toolkit for navigating the online world.
My Troubled Mind - Stories about teenage mental health
A powerful series of animations using personal testimony to explore mental health issues experienced by teenagers.
L8R Youngers 3
Drama series for secondary schools exploring sexuality and the pressure to have sex, alcohol abuse, poverty, as well as the impact of social media.
Is this sexual harassment?
A specially adapted BBC Three drama exploring an accusation of sexual harassment and an employment tribunal hearing.
In these powerful films, five young people share their troubles - from anorexia to depression - with BBC Radio 1's Aled Haydn Jones.
A series of short films looking at the true story of Breck Bednar, a 14-year-old boy who was lured to his death after being groomed online.
Welcome to the World
A series of films that explore how one's birthplace determines the likelihood of mother and baby surviving birth and what opportunities one may have later in life.
A series of observational documentaries looking at the physiological and psychological changes that happen to young people as they strive to alter their appearance.
Young Legal Eagles
Young people from UK state schools take on the roles of barrister, defendant, witness, jury, court reporter and court artist.
Children at Work
Two hundred million children around the world go to work every day. Children at Work explores the lives of these children and their experiences.
The Glasgow Girls' Stories
A series of short films reflecting on the removal of a Glasgow schoolgirl in a dawn raid carried out by UK immigration authorities.
Drink & Drugs: My Story
The science of how alcohol and other drugs affect the body is explored through eight real-life stories.
The BBC’s Crossing Divides project looks at the similarities and differences between people from a range of backgrounds.
The World, My Stuff and Me
Five short films explore the secret life of a teenager's stuff - relating global consumer and economic issues to their everyday things.
Staring Robert Florence and Iain Connell, this entertaining comedy sketch show for secondary schools demonstrates just how much fun philosophical thinking can be.
Could mindfulness really work for me?
Mindfulness seems to be everywhere. This is a guide about its benefits and how you can apply it in everyday life.
Take the test: How risky are my social media posts?
Your social media profiles could have an impact on your career and as a result your personal life and reputation. Find out how risky your social media posts are by taking this quiz.