Before the lesson
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- To begin to understand what PSHE education (or the name used in your school) is and how we can help everyone learn in these lessons.
- The National Curriculum states that ‘All schools should make provision for personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE)’
Pupils needing extra support: May need greater discussion around the Emotions that a person can feel. experienced by the children in the stories.
Pupils working at greater depth and/or in Year 2 cohort: Can be challenged to contribute to the rules more and explain the consequences of not adhering to them. Year 2 pupils can try and remember what worked best last year. For example, turn-taking or looking at the person speaking. Children could also consider what may happen when the rules are not followed (e.g. some children might not feel confident in sharing their ideas).