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LGBT History Month 2014: Music – Faces of 14 Resources

The theme for History Month 2014 is Music. To cover the LGBT range we have four ‘faces’ from the field of music – lesbian composer and suffragette Dame Ethel Smyth, gay classical composer Lord Benjamin Britten (whose centenery is being marked in 2013); bisexual blues singer Bessie Smith, and trans TV and film music composer [...]

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KS1: PSHE – ‘Different People Different Talents’

(There are no attainment targets for KS1 PSHE. We have used the end of key stage PSHE statement to guide the objectives) More info on how we set objectives see The VisiAble Method. Learners are taught to celebrate the difference in people by recognizing the different qualities that each person has. Gender identity and gender [...]

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The Lost Identity Land by Marcin Reznik, www.speloona.com

KS4: Geography – ‘The Faces of Places’

This is planned as a Key Stage 4 Geography lesson but it could easily be adapted for Key Stages 2/3. It asks learners: “Do places have identities?”. Learners are shown a series of photographs from major geographical locations then they are asked to identify the place, and list describing factors they think most represent that [...]

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SEN: PSHE SRE – ‘Who Do You Love?’

The differentiated objectives for this lesson, were devised by using PIVATS PSHE level descriptors for Levels P8, 1 and 2. This lesson from an SEN Sex and Relationships module asks learners to consider important loved ones in their life, and uses a multitude of relationships to model the concept of love. The attached PowerPoint is [...]

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SEN: Geography – ‘Flags’

In this lesson for learners with SEN, we look at the many different types of flags around the world. Learners understand that flags do not just represent countries but also communities and organisations. Learners explore 3 individual flags (union jack, rainbow flag, and the Olympic flag) and present their findings according to ability back to [...]

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