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Key Stage 2 Modern Slavery Lesson Plans

These lesson plans have been paid for by the Clewer Initiative and free to download to accompany our workshops on modern slavery. For even more lesson plans head to modernslaverylessons

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This lesson helps children understand that they are a very important part of the fight against slavery. It introduces, through history, how slavery adapted over the years and what it looks like today. It includes a focus on the idea that today, modern slavery is often ‘hidden behind closed doors’ but also can be seen on our streets ‘hidden in plain sight’.

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This lesson considers stories of children held in modern slavery in the UK. The cases are based on true stories and will inspire children to stay safe, whilst not scaring or shocking them. In each scenario the children are protected and rescued, showing children who they can turn to when they are worried or in danger.

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This lesson plan is a great way to encourage children to see a future without any form of slavery. The Clewer Initiative and Just Enough Group believe that we can have a slave free world. Children in this lesson will write a newspaper article about how the world managed to achieve just that!


Key Stage 2 Knife Crime Lesson Plans

Knife Crime Consequences: Key Stage 2 Upper
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The class will consider what makes someone ‘successful’ in their eyes. They will create their successful person together. How does everyone feel when that person makes bad decisions and potentially ruins their life? The class will look at the consequences of Knife Crime.

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Spreading Positivity: Key Stage 2 Upper
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This lesson see’s a VIRAL OUTBREAK occur. The class will explore how a virus spreads, and how negative behaviours can also spread in such a way. The class will think about how to spread positive behaviours instead and remember that even if something is difficult - it is worth it!

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Key Stage 2 Anti-Radicalisation Lesson Plans

Break Through: Fake News
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Explore the impact of Fake News on terrorism and extremism. See whether your class could spot fake news. Recognise that lies and manipulation spreads hate between groups.

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I Hear You: Do You Hear Me Too?
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Your class will explore the importance of listening and paying attention to what others have to say. Explain that some groups are not often given a voice to change the world. This lesson encourages children to use their voice instead of violence and recognise that other peer’s opinions can also be valid.

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Key Stage 2 Health and Happiness Lesson Plans

Life is a Rollercoaster: Key Stage 2 Lower
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Understand how life can have ups and downs, be calm or scary. Children will design a rollercoaster and the teacher will understand the problems some of their students may be facing currently, or worried about in the future.

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The Weight of the World: Key Stage 2 Lower
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Help your class understand the difference between strength and resilience. Look at how we can help each other work through our problems and issues.

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Key Stage 2 Earth & Us Lesson Plans

That was Rubbish! Key Stage 2 Lower
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Create something awesome out of rubbish! Children will learn the importance of repurposing materials.

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It's the Litter Things: Key Stage 2 Lower
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Looking at how much litter we generate per year, children use their mathematics skills to investigate weight, estimates and how to stop the deterioration of the planet.

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Key Stage 1 Inclusion Lesson Plans

One Big Puzzle: Key Stage 1
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A lesson plan for KS1 on inclusion. Pupils will understand the word ‘community’ and create a puzzle, recognising that everyone is equally important.

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School for All : Key Stage 1
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Look at how we need to support each other and include everyone. This workshop gives children the chance to design an inclusive school and learn about those who worked to include marginalised groups.

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