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I Am Unique

Overview

This lesson focuses on celebrating diversity and respecting differences. During the lesson pupils will gain an understanding of what it means to be unique through participating in a range of games and activities. They will consider why they should treasure their differences and be given the opportunity to create unique pieces of art and poetry.
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