- To understand what we mean by respect and why it is important
- To understand that respect is two-way and how we treat others is how we can expect to be treated
- That in school and in wider society they can expect to be treated with respect by others, and that in turn they should show due respect to others, including those in positions of authority.
Before the lesson
Pupils needing extra support:
Year 5: Could focus on either how to gain Being thoughtful and polite towards other people. from their Those in the same year group as you. or from adults rather than both.
Year 6: Can use the Activity: Being respected for the main activity as it provides a Something that has been made and put together. It can usually stand on its own…..
Pupils working at greater depth:
Year 5: Could look in more The small features of an object. at the potential A disagreement or argument. between being respected by peers and adults.
Year 6: Add to the main activity by also including how they can show Being thoughtful and Behaviour that indicates respect and consideration for others…. towards other people. to these groups of people/in this situation.
Assessing pupils' progress and understanding
In this topic
- Assessment Y5/6: (CB) Families and relationships
- Y5/6 Introductory Lesson 1 (Cycle B): Setting rules and signposting
- Y5/6 Lesson 2 (Cycle B): Friendship skills
- Y5/6 Lesson 3 (Cycle B): Respect
- Y5/6 Lesson 4 (Cycle B): Resolving conflict
- Y5/6 Lesson 5 (Cycle B): Family life
- Y5/6 Lesson 6 (Cycle B): Stereotyping
- Y5/6 Lesson 7 (Cycle B): Challenging stereotypes
- Y 5/6 Lesson 8 (Cycle B): Change and loss