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In Autumn 1 we will start our topic on: Identity, Society & Equality: Human Rights - this links with our history topic on English History and Votes for Women. 


Pupils will learn:

Pupils learn about people who have moved from other places (including the experience of refugees)

Pupils learn about human rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Pupils learn about homelessness


Mindmate: Being the same and being different.

Children can recognise how images and campaigns in the media and social media do not always reflect reality and can affect how people feel about themselves e.g. body image, eating issues.

Children can share their opinions on things that matter to them and explain their views through discussions with one other person and the whole class.


This topic covers the following: 

Curriculum Drivers:


To be role models by learning not to worry about what others think and develop confidence to take action.


-To understand that we all have the power to act and influence the world around us

- To value individuality ad celebrate difference

-To ensure everyone is treated fairly and equally, no matter their race, gender, age, disability, religion or sexual orientation.



To be aware of something ‘bigger’ outside of ourselves and take opportunities to reflect.

To ask ‘big questions’ about life and living with a sense of enquiry and open-mindedness.


British Values:

Mutual respect

Tolerance of those with different faiths or belief

Individual Liberty



E - Equality

E - Empathy

C - Choices

T – Togetherness