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Stephen Sutton 1994 -2014: A tribute to an incredible man!

Stephen Sutton died peacefully in his sleep aged 19, on 14th May. He originally aimed to raise £10,000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust after being diagnosed with incurable bowel cancer. Incredibly, he managed to raise over £3.7 million for the charity
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Transcript of Stephen Sutton 1994 -2014: A tribute to an incredible man!

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A tribute to an incredible man!
Stephen Sutton 1994 – 2014
Stephen Sutton died peacefully in his sleep aged 19, on 14th May.
He originally aimed to raise 10,000 pounds for the Teenage Cancer Trust after being diagnosed with incurable bowel cancer.
Incredibly, he managed to raise over 3.7 million pounds for the charity!
What can you learn from this look at the story of Stephen Sutton?
Do you agree or disagree with any of these campaigns?
What do you think about Stephen Sutton and his story?
Mo. What moral lessons can be learned from the way Stephen Sutton lived his life and his attitude to his death?
So. In what ways has Stephen Sutton shown young people in society in a positive light?
Cu. In what ways could Stephen Sutton be seen to bring people in our society together?
Learning focus: Undertake challenges which enable self-development according to your learning and life goals.
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Stephen's inspirational words
The teenage cancer trust
Sp. Stephen has became a national figure of inspiration, do you think he should receive recognition, such as a knighthood?
How do you feel about what Stephen Sutton achieved?
Why do we have to rely on charities to support cancer patients?
Problem solver
Imaginative
Curious
Challenge seeker
Leader
Responsible
Communicator
Respectful
Self aware
Thoughtful
Adaptable
Developer
Reflective Learner
Independent Learner
Creative Learner
Determined
Focused
Individual
Organised
Stephen demonstrated many of the TRIC skills in his approach to his illness, his life and raising money for others.
Which ones do you think he used?
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Imaginative
Curious
Challenge seeker
Leader
Responsible
Communicator
Respectful
Self aware
Thoughtful
Adaptable
Developer
Reflective Learner
Independent Learner
Creative Learner
Determined
Focused
Individual
Organised
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Stephen's incredible final few weeks
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Would you have been as positive as Stephen?
Work in pairs and write an epitaph for Stephen Sutton.
It should be no longer than 10 words
(An epitaph = A written memory of the deceased: a poem or other short text)
Stephen's bucket list
Do you think you could have achieved all the items that Stephen did on his 'bucket list'?
How you can you continue to support Stephen?
To donate, visit:
http://www.justgiving.com/Stephen-Sutton-TCT

To support Stephen, go to:
http://www.facebook.com/StephensStory

Let Stephen inspire you in his own words. Watch Stephen's Story:
A relatively small organisation that runs 27 specialist medical units around Britain, as well as offering family support and health education.

"There's not previously been anything of this size or scale.
If you look at the Just Giving page, people are donating what they can – £2.50 or £5 or £10 – and they're apologising, saying, 'I'm sorry it can't be more.' It's profoundly touching and enormously humbling for us."
Last year Stephen set up a 46 point "bucket list" of all the things he wanted to achieve before he died
On 22nd April, Stephen believed he was dying, after one of his lungs collapsed, caused by a secondary tumour.
Stephen posted a final message and photograph of himself in a hospital bed, grinning and giving a thumbs up!
But two days later he was back to explain that the collapsed lung had not killed him after all. By now his final thumbs up picture and story had gone viral and donations to his Just Giving page increased massively.
One week after posting his farewell message, Stephen posted another trademark thumbs-up picture.
"I've done well to blag things as well as I have up till now, but unfortunately I think this is just one hurdle too far."
“The doctors have discussed what happened and the only plausible conclusion is that I’ve literally coughed up a tumour that was blocking my airway.
Physiologically a tumour breaking away like this is possible, but it all just seems incredibly surreal – mind, I’m not complaining!”
"I genuinely thought I was a goner, but one week on I'm still here!
To celebrate still being here after this crazy week, to celebrate this wonderful journey called life, and to celebrate being part of raising over £3 million for Teenage Cancer Trust, here's a huge thumbs-up from me!"
Many people have been inspired by Stephen's attitude that the length of a person's life is less significant than the difference they make whilst alive.
Watch the first few minutes of this video then make sure you head to YouTube to watch the rest.
"My heart is bursting with pride but breaking with pain for my courageous, selfless, inspirational son.
The ongoing support and outpouring of love for Stephen will help greatly at this difficult time, in the same way as it helped Stephen throughout his journey."
His mother Jane, announced his death
"We all know he will never be forgotten.
His spirit will live on, in all that he achieved and shared with so many.
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Tributes to Stephen
"I'm not afraid of dying, I'm afraid of not cramming as much into my life as I should have done."
"I don't see the point in measuring life in terms of time.
I'd rather measure life in terms of making a difference"
"From someone who wants more time in this world, please don't waste yours, you'd be amazed what you can achieve when you try."
"Make every second count, never take anything for granted, don't be afraid to try something new - life is for living."
"There is only so long that you can ask, 'Why me?'
I have been to a place that makes you realise life might not be fair, but that realisation pushes you to make it a better place."
"Spread as much positivity as possible - that's my goal.
When you look at the positives of life, there is so much to enjoy, there is so much to be excited about."
David Cameron
Claire Balding
"Desperately sad to hear that Stephen Sutton has died.
I feel privileged to have met him and heard him speak."
Nick Clegg
"Very sad to hear about the death of Stephen Sutton.
Such a brave, selfless and inspirational young man."
Jason Manford
"Thinking of Stephen Sutton and his family right now.
Lots of love and positive thoughts".
Ricky Gervais
"RIP Stephen Sutton.
A true hero & inspiration to us all."
Sarah Millican
"So sad to hear about Stephen Sutton.
What a wonderful and inspiring man. RIP."
John Bishop
"It's amazing what an individual can achieve regardless of what is put in front of them.
@_StephensStory has been an inspiration to many. RIP"
Ed Miliband
"Tragic news that Stephen Sutton has passed away. His bravery & determination to live life to the full was an inspiration to us all."
Why would such different people find Stephen such an inspiration?
Work in pairs.
Discuss which of Stephen's quotes inspires you most and why?
Kate Collins director of fundraising for the Teenage Cancer Trust
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