What’s Your Legacy?

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Would you like to introduce your young people / pupils to Charlene and the project she started?

We have created a one hour session which you can adapt, aimed at secondary school pupils which involves games, videos, Q&A and discussion time.

Objective: The aim of the session is to use Charlene’s life as an example to get young people thinking about the legacy they are creating. It also focuses on how to face obstacles which we often think would hold us back from achieving anything in life.

Preparation needed: About 30 mins to download videos, insert them into ppt, print off session notes and gather resources.

Length: Complete run through with only one video is around 60minutes, however with the other two videos the session lasts around 1hr 10mins.

For: Young people aged 11+

Download Instructions:

To view the Session Plan you may need to download the Adobe Acrobat PDF reader.

You may also need Powerpoint Viewer to view the presentation.

Please be aware where it says ‘Right click and select ‘Save As” other browsers may vary.

  • In Firefox the option is Right click and ‘Save Link As’
  • In Google Chrome the option is Right click and ‘Save Target As’
  • In Safari the option is ‘Download Linked File As’

Download the Resources:

Download the Session Plan

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Download the Powerpoint

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Alpha More to life clip (required):

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Charlene’s Story Part 1 (optional):

Right click and select ‘Save As’

Charlene’s Story Part 2 (optional):

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Charlene’s Story Part 3  (required):

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Download everything

If you are having problems downloading any of this, you can download everything in a .zip format.

All videos are already embedded and the ppt is ready to go.

Download everything (including videos)

Simply click here.

Be aware this file size is 222MB

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