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Rules: You Can’t Do That Here

Overview

In this lesson pupils will consider that some rules are made to keep people safe. They will follow the story of Callum, a Go-Giver who wants to find a place to skateboard. Pupils will explain to Callum why different settings are not suitable and suggest how he can manage his frustration with the rules.
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