Before the lesson
- To begin to understand the role of the family in their lives
- That families are important for children growing up because they can give love, security and stability.
- That stable, caring relationships, which may be of different types, are at the heart of happy families, and are important for children’s security as they grow up.
Pupils needing extra support: Give additional support during the written activity.
Pupils working at greater depth: Include both A physical activity includes doing something that requires someone to move their body…. and To affect or hurt someone’s feelings, such as making them feel sad or scared…. things their special person does for them e.g. cooking tea, washing, gives cuddles, listens to my worries.
Assessing pupils' understanding and progress
In this topic
- Assessment RSE & PSHE Y2: Families and relations
- Lesson 1: Families offer stability and love
- Lesson 2: Families are all different
- Lesson 3: Managing friendships
- Lesson 4: Unhappy friendships
- Lesson 5: Introduction to manners and courtesy
- Lesson 6: Change and loss
- Lesson 7: Gender stereotypes – Careers and jobs