Relationships (primary) lesson plans and resources

Understanding loss and death

Anonymous's picture

There is a very sensitive ‘Death and new life’ assembly or lesson. Uploaded by Ian Forsyth , it draws on his own experience of losing his grandmother and invites children to think about their own losses and make a class memory basket. This resource will help children understand the feelings they may experience and understand that loss and sadness are part of living.

My grandchildren lost their mother- please use our resources on bereavement and loss

Jean Gross's picture

I'm posting these resources for a very personal reason. My twin grandchildren lost their mother to cancer when they were five. They were in their first year at school. Every year issues crop up - this year around mothers' day. So this is a plea for all of you to include work on bereavement and loss in your everyday SEAL/PSHE work, even though it feels difficult.

Primary Relationships planning and assessment

Anonymous's picture

More of Bradford's brilliant behaviour support team's planning and assessment tools for all year groups - thank you Bradford!

Father's day and families

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Here are a couple of resourcesfor the Relationships theme - one for Father's Day and one about the many different kinds of families we live in today.

Relationships primary assemblies

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Here we have a slide show of the pictures from the main national SEAL resources Relationships assembly, plus a slide show based on the national additional assembly for Relationships , which you can find on the Find SEAL resources/National Resources tab on The SEAL Community home page.

Love and loss

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Here we have a lovely primary assembly or lesson about love and loss, based on the book ‘The Heart and the Bottle’ . It comes from the TES website and was created by jdelaney for the SEAL ‘Relationships’ theme. There is an assembly outline and a slide show of key words in the theme. Plus we have  a primary drama lesson based on the thought-provoking story The Saddest King , created by Natalie Smith of Uplands Primary school,  and a KS2 lesson plan to help children understand death. For secondary there is a PowerPoint lesson about bereavement and how it should be handled.

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