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People Who Are Special To Me

Overview

In this lesson pupils will think about the ‘special people’ in their lives such as family, friends and carers. Pupils will be encouraged to recognise and respect the diversity found in different families and support networks, developing an appreciation that all ‘special people’ are characterised by their loving and caring qualities.

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