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Subject area:
Fundamental British Values, Refugees, Religion
Age group:
KS 2
Resources:
Assemblies, Lesson ideas
Format:
Presentation slides

A range of editable teaching resources to help get KS2 students to think about a wide range of challenging topics, from prejudice and discrimination, to racism, values and being safe online. The resources have been designed by Tower Hamlets local authority but could be suitable for schools across the country. Teacher notes are included in the comments section. Available in an editable PowerPoint format.

Different types of truth

Presentation to highlight how we all have differing opinions and viewpoints in society.

Prejudice and discrimination

Presentation to teach about what prejudice and discrimination are, and how they can be prevented.

Prejudice – extended session

Presentation to teach about what prejudice and discrimination are with additional activities included for a longer session.

Racism

Presentation to teach about racism, how we can fight it and why diversity is important in the UK.

Refugee crisis

Presentation to help students discuss refugees and entry to Europe, as well as how refugees should be treated.

Religions

Presentation to highlight the similarities between the world faiths and spark discussions about how people of different faiths should treat each other.

Religions – extended session

Presentation to highlight the similarities between the world faiths with additional activities included for a longer session.

Religions and equality

Presentation to teach about how equality law applies to religion.

E-Safety

Presentation to teach students how best to stay safe online.

Belief and truth assembly

An assembly presentation about the celebration and acceptance of differing faiths and beliefs.

Democracy assembly

An assembly presentation about democracy and its function in the UK.

Diversity assembly

An assembly presentation about the importance of diversity in society and why it should be celebrated.

Justice assembly

An assembly presentation about Government, justice and the law in the UK.