Spelling list: Key Stage 3: PSHE: gen - ste

gender He believed in traditional gender roles; she disagreed.
generous Thank you for your generous donation.
generosity The charity were touched by the generosity of the public. *
involve Her work involves a lot of travelling.
involvement She had to deny any involvement in the robbery.
prefer Kids prefer to wear casual clothes.
preference He has a preference for classical music.
pressure She gave into peer pressure and started smoking.
racism Our school has a zero tolerance policy on racism.
racist His beliefs were racist.
reality She couldn't bring herself to face the reality of the situation.
relationship She had a good relationship with her parents. *
represent The organisation represents the more vulnerable members of our society.
representative I will speak to my trade union representative. *
reward There's a big reward for his capture.
sanction The sanction was put in place. *
sexism Our school has a zero tolerance policy on sexism.
sexist He is a sexist. *
stereotype It is an outdated stereotype that all men like football.

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