RSE and PSHE KS2 years 3 and 4
Pupils learn about families and relationships and physical health and mental wellbeing. The issue of influence and choice is explored and understanding of online safety is further developed. Pupils learn basic first aid and are introduced to puberty.
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Kapow Primary is an outstanding resource that every school and teacher can benefit from.
I love the ideas Kapow have given me to further develop Computing teaching in my school!
Kapow is very easy to use and gives great support and guidance at every stage.
It is such an excellent source for all of my art lessons. There is nothing quite like it on the market in terms of art and DT.
Paola Aldus, Head of Art, St Teresa’s School
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‘As a new Art leader, Kapow has saved me hours of planing and has provided me with different perspectives to teaching. The wide variety of resources has ensured that a vast majority of skills and techniques are covered. Moreover, the lessons are differentiated which allows all teachers to Something that is difficult to achieve. the students in the class. I and all teachers at Portway Primary School are To be appreciative of the things we have or receive. to Kapow for the hard work and dedication.’
Art subject leader
We have just bought into Kapow and it has been so easy to put it into our school. Everything is there that you need and its brilliant to help teachers gain confidence with skills they may have not taught previously. Resource lists for everything you need, all lesson plans are all there and easy to follow. ‘
Sarah Elmes, Woodhouse Community School
The lessons are clear and ideal for non-specialist teachers – you can’t go wrong! I really do think they will make a Something that does not bear any resemblance or similarity to another thing.... to the delivery of specialist subjects.
Heather Stirling Wood