Transition & Friends Unit

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Transition & Friends Unit . Primary Careers skills lessons

Description

Transition & Friends Unit . A new Primary PSHE / Careers Unit for Key Stage 2 Students in Year 5 and Year 6.

This unit follows on to the secondary PSHE and Careers units we offer from Y7 onwards through to Y13.

Primary Ks2 Contents
6 Lesson Packs (See below for Contents)
6 x Homework Ideas
6 x End of Lesson Confidence Checker Assessments

Primary Ks2 Lesson Topics
Why is transition important?
How to make friends & what is a good Friend
Challenging gender stereotypes
No such thing as boys jobs and girls jobs
Who are my role models?
HAving a positive impact on others (Friends and Family)

Each Lesson PowerPoint Contains:
• 1 Fully Editable PowerPoint (Learning Outcomes, Confidence Checkers, Assessment of Learning, Variety of Tasks, Video Embedded URL Clips, Engaging Premium Quality Slides, Extra Support Websites, Challenging & Thoughtful Questioning)
• Assessment Opportunity (Confidence Checker)
• Teacher Notes (On some slides)
• Mapped against Latest DfE Guidance, PSHE Association Core themes and Requirements and the Gatsby Benchmarks in Careers Education

Learning Outcomes:
“To understand what we mean by transition To consider when we will experience transition To understand why transition is important”
“To understand why we have friends To be able to explain how to make friends To consider how to be a good friend”
“To be able to explain what a Gender Stereotype is To understand why Gender Stereotypes should be challenged To consider how we can challenge Gender Stereotypes in our day to day lives”
“To discuss the history of gender based job roles. To understand why we shouldn’t base job roles on gender. To consider what job roles you might like when you’re older.”
“To understand what a role model is To be able to explain the difference between a positive and negative influence To consider who your role models are”
“To understand what we mean by “positive impact”. To consider how I have made a positive impact before. To consider how I can make a positive impact at school and at home.”

Key words
Positive Impact, Consequence, Ripple Effect, Positivity, Transition, adaptability, resilience
Characteristics, Trustworthy, Empathy, Loyalty
Gender Stereotype, Vulnerability, Consequences, Open-Minded
Gender, Protest, Discriminate, equality
Role Model, Influence, Encourage

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[PSHE] [Careers] , [Sixth Form Personal Development ] on our Cre8tive Resources website.

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