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    Lessons, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Home Learning Pack

    This home-learning pack has been designed to support SMSC, Citizenship and PSHE learning within a home environment. All the activities described have been taken from Go-Givers resources and adapted to…

    Classroom Toolkits, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Talking About Values in the Classroom

    What’s included? A consideration of what it means to nurture children’s moral development A suggested methodology through which to...

    Lessons, Understanding Rules & The Law, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    What is the Law?

    Watch a read-aloud version of the book ‘What is the Law?’, in which a hedgehog called Snippet finds out about the law. The book has been separated into four chapters…

    Lessons, Health and Wellbeing, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Why Do We Wash Our Hands?

    In this lesson pupils will learn that washing their hands can help to prevent the spread of germs which cause illnesses. Pupils will experiment with hand washing techniques before being…

    Lessons, Health and Wellbeing, Relationships, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Anna’s Monster Lies

    In this lesson pupils will read the story of Anna who tells lies to avoid getting into trouble. As she lies a monster (her conscience) starts to follow her, growing…

    Lessons, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Archived Lessons

    We are constantly reviewing and updating the content of the Go-Givers website to ensure it is accurate and engaging for our schools.  As part of this review process a number…

    Lessons, Social action/Active Citizenship, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Being Part of a School Community

    During this lesson pupils recap what we mean by the term active citizen. They consider what qualities and skills an active citizen should have and explore how these skills and…

    Assemblies, Community, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Belonging to Groups

    This assembly asks children to think about the groups they belong to, and how groups can be used for good or bad. It includes ideas for demonstrating how we can…

    Lessons, Politics and Democracy, Relationships, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Brexit: Part 2 – Negotiations

    Through the example of Brexit talks, this lesson introduces pupils to the concept of negotiation and the skills required to succeed in negotiations. Activities are designed to give pupils the…

    Lessons, Community, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Brexit: Part 1 – Referendum

    Pupils will be given a brief introduction to the European Union. They will learn about why people’s opinions about the EU are divided and the results of the EU referendum.…

    Lessons, Health and Wellbeing, KS2 (ages 7-11)

    Cancer – Early Detection and Prevention

    This lesson has been designed in response to the Big Vote, where children voted on what issues they most cared about. The vote was to mark the ten year anniversary…

    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…

    Lessons, Health and Wellbeing, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Caring for Pets

    This lesson starts with a simple story that helps children to explore what responsibilities come with owning a pet. Children then go on to look at what happens when pets…

    Assemblies, Health and Wellbeing, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Caring for Pets

    Through the story of ‘Tigger the football loving rabbit’ this assembly addresses children’s responsibilities towards pets and the happiness they can derive from relationships with animals.

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

    Challenging Stereotypes

    This lesson is divided into two parts. In the first section of the lesson pupils will develop an understanding of the term ‘stereotype’, identify examples of stereotypical opinions and discuss…

    Lessons, Economics, Money and Managing Resources, KS1 (ages 5-7)

    Chicken Soup

    In this lesson pupils will read a tale adapted from Jewish folklore that explores the theme of sharing. Pupils will reflect on the behaviour of the characters and consider how…

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