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Why Do We Have Rules?

Overview

In this lesson pupils will think about the purpose of rules by reflecting on what life might be like without them. Pupils will discuss different types of rules in the home, school and wider community and be encouraged to consider their benefits and disadvantages. Through devising the rules for a game, pupils will gain experience of creating, communicating and reviewing rules. The lesson closes with an opportunity for pupils to propose a rule that will improve their school.
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