Resource

We Stand up for Others (poster)

Overview

We stand up for others – We are always willing to help others and to speak up for people who struggle to make their voices heard.

Our ethos statements are designed to be printed and displayed within the classroom. Each statement supports character development and the acquisition of key citizenship skills. A pupil certificate is available for each ethos statement.

The values and skills outlined in our ethos statements are further explored in the following lesson plans:

  • Looking Out For Others
  • What is a citizen?
  • Being part of a school community

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We Care About How Others Feel (poster)

We try to understand other people’s thoughts and feelings.

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We are Part of a World-Wide Community (poster)

We all play a part in caring for the world and those that live in it.

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We Bounce Back (poster)

When faced with challenges we keep on trying and learn from our mistakes.

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We Make a Difference in Our Communities (poster)

We know that positive change starts with many small actions.

Lessons, Diversity and Inclusion, KS2 (ages 7-11)

Discrimination

In this lesson pupils will develop their understanding of the term ‘discrimination’. Pupils will consider what makes them unique and learn which characteristics are protected under the Equality Act. Pupils…

Lessons, Social action/Active Citizenship, KS1 (ages 5-7)

Caring for our Communities

In this lesson pupils will think about the importance of caring for their community and the varied caring responsibilities which are held by members of the community. They will identify…

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Lessons, Diversity and Inclusion, Relationships, KS1 (ages 5-7)

People Who Are Special To Me

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…

Lessons, Diversity and Inclusion, KS2 (ages 7-11)

My Community

During this lesson pupils consider what we mean by the word community and are challenged to think about all the different community groups they belong to and how it feels…

Assemblies, Diversity and Inclusion, KS2 (ages 7-11)

Representation

Pupils consider the importance of equal representation through learning from the example of Marley Dias and her campaign for better representation of black girls in literature.

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