Getting on and falling out (primary) or Learning to be together (secondary) lesson plans and assemblies

Getting on and falling out (primary) or Learning to be together (secondary) lesson plans and assemblies

Difference is amazing assemby KS2

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This lovely assembly and accompanying PowerPoint slide was created by jdelaney - thank you! It helps children understand that differences between people are to be valued.

Thinking about conflict in KS1

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In this film actor Robin Williams talks with the two headed monster from Sesame Street about the word conflict.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gl3e-OUnavQ  

Acts of kindness

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Use these stories and film clips to get KS2,3 and 4 children talking about the nature of kindness, and trying out their own ways of spreading a little kindness around school.

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Lessons in empathy

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These resources help children develop empathy. For primary schools there is a link to a Sesame Street film illustrating what empathy means, a lovely lesson called Empathy in a shoe box, and a Pass the Face circle activity to help children read social cues. There's an Empathy prints cut-out for literacy or history ( contributed to TES website by Temperance - thank you): students explore how a character might be feeling by imagining they are in their shoes and fill in the shoe outlines.

Anger volcano worksheet

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This is a great visual worksheet to help primary or secondary students think about their own anger volcano. It was created by starfish1954 - thank you!

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A secondary lesson about prejudice and stereotyping

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Students explore prejudice and stereotypes through a fun thinking skills activity, before creating stereotypical images of boys and girls, and/or teenagers. They challenge negative stereotypes through role-play and identify prejudice in the news. This lesson is part of the Equal Rights, Equal Respect teacher training and education resource from the Equality and Human Rights Commission. To download all the resources for this lesson and for more equality and human rights materials, visit: www.equalityhumanrights.com/equalrightsequalrespect

Films and lessons for anti-bullying or assertiveness/peer pressure work

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This fantastic resource from Film Club and Beat Bullying has teaching ideas for using three Primary films and three Secondary films that deal with issues surrounding friendship, standing up for what is right and the power of groups — positive and negative.

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