KS1: PSHE – ‘Love’

We have devised the lesson objectives from the End of Key Stage 1 Statement to help teachers assess progress (see italics in Teaching and Learning Objectives) The lesson looks at love in more than one form e.g.love of a person, a hobby, work, animals etc. Learners are then asked to consider how people show love, and to who, or what and whether …

KS1: Citizenship – ‘Same and Different’

As advised by the NC website, we have used the level descriptors, which accompany the new secondary curriculum for Citizenship. The KS1 framework does not include Citizenship attainment targets. These provided a helpful guide to progression and attainment when setting the lesson objectives. For more info on why we use attainment targets in planning see The VisiAble Method. The lesson …

KS1: PSHE – ‘What Is Bullying? What Should We Do About It?’

(There is no attainment target for PSHE so we have used end of key stage statements have been developed to help teachers assess progress). This lesson for KS1 children looks at developing good relationships and respecting the differences between people. It teaches learners that there are different types of teasing and bullying, that bullying is wrong, and how children can …

KS1: English – ‘King & King & Family’

The differentiated objectives for this lesson were devised by using the 2011 NC attainment target 2 for English Reading (Eng2) at Key Stage 1 (see italics in Teaching and Learning Objectives). The themes of family and travel are explored in this lesson based on children’s book ‘King & King & Family’ by Linda De Haan and Stern Nijland. This book is the sequel to 2002′s ‘King …

SEN: Geography – ‘Flags’

In this lesson for learners with SEN, we look at the many different types of flags around the world. Learners understand that flags do not just represent countries but also communities and organisations. Learners explore 3 individual flags (union jack, rainbow flag, and the Olympic flag) and present their findings according to ability back to the group. Some prior work …

SEN: PSHE SRE – ‘Who Do You Love?’

The differentiated objectives for this lesson, were devised by using PIVATS PSHE level descriptors for Levels P8, 1 and 2. This lesson from an SEN Sex and Relationships module asks learners to consider important loved ones in their life, and uses a multitude of relationships to model the concept of love. The attached PowerPoint is particularly useful for children with …

KS1: PSHE – ‘Different People Different Talents’

There are no attainment targets for KS1 PSHE. We have used the end of key stage PSHE statement to guide the objectives) More info on how we set objectives see The VisiAble Method. Learners are taught to celebrate the difference in people by recognizing the different qualities that each person has. Gender identity and gender roles are explored by looking …

KS1 PSHE & RE – Love

This is a lesson formulated for Key Stage 1. It is aimed at examining the word love, how love is a unifying factor in the world’s major religions and looking at love’s many forms and its role in the formation of human relationships. This lesson also challenges the generalised social uses of the word love as adapted to, for example, …

‘CHIPS’ Challenging Homophobia In Primary Schools

(from Elly Barnes, founder of Educate & Celebrate) Educate and Celebrate welcomes volume 3 of Andrew Moffats’ ‘Challenging Homophobia In Primary Schools’ (CHIPS) and is very proud to advocate the resource to all primary schools across the UK to achieve our ultimate goal of making all our schools LGBT friendly. In September 2013 Ofsted released new briefing for section 5 …