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Democracy - part 1
This lesson forms the first part of a three-part unit on Democracy. Pupils explore the meaning of ‘democracy’, and the ways in which citizens can participate in democratic life in Britain. They learn about the role of the Prime Minister, Members of Parliament and political parties, and how a general election works.
Cross-curricular links: English, history
- Reading political news stories from different sources aimed at children e.g First News
- Discussing which political issues matter to them
- Learning about the Suffragettes
Protecting Local Habitats
In this lesson pupils will learn about the importance of habitats and explore endangered British species and the threats to their habitat. Pupils will be guided through ways in which they can take action against habitat loss by developing the habitats in their local area.
By the end of the lesson pupils will:
- Understand the term endangered species
- Understand threats to local habitats
- Have researched a local habitat
- Have been involved in local habitat renewal
Pollution: Expedition to Planet Blueball
This lesson explores the issues of pollution of our planet and sustainable power. It is based around an animated story, involving the Go-Givers characters, in which creatures from a friendly planet are invited to help clean up Earth.
This lesson is based around the clever traditional poem about four children named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody. It introduces children to the idea of taking responsibility in the context of tidying up toys after they’ve been playing with them!
Cross-curricular links: literacy; drama
- Role play around making excuses. Role play cards included
- Discussing and writing the responsibilities they feel towards different groups (eg. themselves; their family; the whole country)
- Celebrating children’s acts of kindness
- Making pledges on ‘Helping Hands’ coupons. Template included
- Read, discuss and illustrate the poem ‘Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody'.