- To recognise how attitudes to gender have changed over time (Year 5)
- To explore the impact of stereotypes and how they can lead to discrimination (Year 6)
Pupils should be taught:
- What a stereotype is, and how stereotypes can be unfair, negative or destructive.
Before the lesson
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Pupils needing extra support:
Year 5: Can use the Presentation: Newspaper template when writing their To tell somebody if you are being bullied, such as a teacher or parent…. and could benefit from being given information to support their chosen event.
Year 6: Could be supported during the discussion by an adult and given less photos to answer the questions in the Main event activity.
Pupils working at greater depth:
Year 5: Should be challenged to To show or present how something works. a greater understanding of the Something that leaves a lasting impression on you. of change through their article.
Year 6: Can be challenged to look in more detail about how stereotypes around race and A particular system of faith that typically advocates belief in a higher power or God…. can be discriminatory.
Assessing pupils' progression and understanding
In this unit
- Assessment Y5/6: (CA) Families and relationships
- Y5/6 Introductory lesson 1 (Cycle A): Setting rules and signposting
- Y5/6 Lesson 2 (Cycle A): Build a friend - what makes a good friend
- Y5/6 Lesson 3 (Cycle A): Respect
- Y5/6 Lesson 4 (Cycle A): Respecting myself
- Y5/6 Lesson 5 (Cycle A): Marriage
- Y5/6 Lesson 6 (Cycle A): Bullying
- Y5/6 Lesson 8 (Cycle A): Challenging stereotypes
- Y5/6 Lesson 7 (Cycle A): Stereotyping