This talk delivered in school or virtually will look at the different types of stalking and stalker pathologies ad look at how it can be prevented, and will focus on some well-known stalking cases.
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Stalking and pathological predatory behaviour is something that has only recently been taken seriously by police and law enforcement. It is understood that stalking behaviours are on the rise, and the impact this has on victims can be huge and deeply damaging, with victims being made sick, losing their jobs and their family-life being destroyed. In some cases, victims have been murdered by their stalker. This talk will look at the different types of stalking and stalker pathologies ad look at how it can be prevented, and will focus on some well-known stalking cases.
Can be delivered in school.
10, 11, 12, 13
2, 4, 5, 7
Learning Objectives (Linked to the Aimhigher Plus Progression Framework Learning Outcomes):
- Feel motivated and confident to succeed in school (As 3.1)
- Recognise the importance of succeeding at school (At 3.1)
- Recognise that GCSE and post 16 qualifications are required to access HE (At 3.2)
- Recognise how post 16 choices impact on future progression (Aw 4.1)
- Understand the necessity of HE for progression to certain careers (Aw 4.2)
- Recognition of the opportunities that may arise from attending HE (Ac 4.2)
- Recognise the skills and qualifications required for chosen HE pathway (Aw 5.1)
- Identify the potential career options following participation in HE (Aw 5.3)http://aimhigherwm.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Progression-Framework.pdf
50 (at least 50% of learners must be Aimhigher Plus)
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This event is delivered online
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