- To recognise that stereotypes exist based on a number of factors
Pupils should be taught:
- What a stereotype is, and how stereotypes can be unfair, negative or destructive
Before the lesson
Pupils needing extra support: Have some information on well-known older people who defy stereotypes, available for the children to use. You could include David Attenborough, the Queen, Paul McCartney, Esther Rantzen, Captain Tom Moore.
Pupils working at greater depth: Look at more than one person who defies age stereotypes; perhaps someone they know and someone who is famous. They can look at how these people defy more than one A generalised or over-simplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing that is often untrue…., for example, still taking on an active role in society, good with technology and still working.
Pupils needing extra support: Should use the Activity: Biography template and provide them with a A Making a choice. one has to make between one or more options of two people to create their biographies on.
Pupils working at greater depth: Can decide on their own format for a biography and use their own sources for research.
Assessing pupils' progress and understanding
In this topic
- Assessment Y1/2: (CB) Health and wellbeing
- Assessment Y1/2: (CB) Family and relationships
- Assessment Y3/4: (CB) Family and relationships
- Y3/4 Introductory Lesson 1 (Cycle B): Setting ground rules and signposting
- Y3/4 Lesson 2 (Cycle B): Friendship issues and bullying
- Y3/4 Lesson 3 (Cycle B): Healthy families
- Y3/4 Lesson 4 (Cycle B): Stereotyping: Gender
- Y3/4: Lesson 5 (Cycle B): Stereotyping: Age/Disability
- Y3/4 Lesson 6 (Cycle B): How my behaviour affects others
- Y3/4 Lesson 7 (Cycle B): Effective communication to support relationships
- Y3/4 Lesson 8 (Cycle B): Respect and manners
- Y3/4 Lesson 9 (Cycle B): Respecting differences