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Getting to Know You

In this lesson pupils will share their likes and dislikes as well as what makes them special.

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In this lesson pupils will share their likes and dislikes as well as what makes them special. Activities provide lots of opportunities for pupils to learn about their classmates and appreciate the similarities and differences within the class.

 

We recommend that you use this resource alongside the lesson ‘Our Rules’ to establish good relationships within the class at the start of term.

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