Before the lesson
- To understand gender identity and sexual orientation
- PSHE Association’s Programme of Study for PSHE: Living in the wider world > R2. that people may be attracted to someone emotionally, romantically and sexually; that people may be attracted to someone of the same sex or different sex to them; that gender identity and sexual orientation are different and H26. that for some people gender identity does not correspond with their biological sex
Pupils needing extra support: May benefit from watching the video clip again and working in a small group with an adult to ask questions.
Pupils working at greater depth: Can be challenged to provide other examples of gender Making something known about yourself, such as emotions, feelings, sexuality or personality… to be discussed and examples of what showing Being thoughtful and polite towards other people. to everybody, actually looks like.