- To understand why trust is an important part of positive relationships
Pupils should know:
- What trust is, who to trust and why and what to do if they don’t trust someone or someone breaks their trust.
Before the lesson
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Pupils needing extra support: Can use the Activity: Comic book ideas resource for support.
Pupils working at greater depth: Should explore more complex Relying on someone to do something for you, such as keeping a secret or doing you a favour…. Problems that need resolving or working through. within their stories or be given a specific issue to focus on such as being Another term for ‘the internet’. or an adult breaking their trust.
Assessing pupils' progress and understanding
In this topic
- Assessment Y3/4: (CA) Family and relationships
- Y3/4 Introductory Lesson 1 (Cycle A): Setting ground rules and signposting
- Y3/4 Lesson 2 (Cycle A): Friendship issues and bullying
- Y3/4 Lesson 3 (Cycle A): Healthy families
- Y3/4 Lesson 4 (Cycle A): Stereotyping: Gender
- Y3/4: Lesson 5 (Cycle A): Stereotyping: Age/Disability
- Mixed-age Y3/4 Lesson 6 (Cycle A): Healthy friendships - boundaries
- Y3/4 Lesson 7 (Cycle A): Learning who to trust
- Y3/4 Lesson 8 (Cycle A): Respecting differences
- Mixed-age Y3/4 Lesson 9 (Cycle A): Change and loss - bereavement