Our World KS1 PSHE. Find out about environment issues using these links to free to use interactive resources.
A Year On Your Farm Interactive
Care for your animals, plant seeds and see them grow! A lot changes on your farm during spring, summer, autumn and winter.
Landmarks Of London Video
William Whiskerson meets Kulala who lives in London, the capital city of England and the United Kingdom. We follow them as they journey from her flat and take the London Underground to the city centre. Along the way, William learns about the diverse range of people who live and work in the city and the transport that they use to travel around. They then visit some of the key landmarks in the city including Green Park, the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye and Tower Bridge. They even see a royal procession at Buckingham Palace.
Lottie Goes To Work Book
Read along to a story about Lottie who goes to work for the day with her dad at a building society. Lottie meets lots of people and learns about their jobs and the skills they need for each.
Making Choices Lesson Plan
Write the word “choices” in large letters in the middle of the board. What do the children understand by the word? Explain that we all have the freedom to make some choices in our everyday lives and this applies to children too. The choices we make, however small, can often have a big effect on the world, sometimes good and sometimes bad. This means that it is important to think carefully about the choices we make and the potential they have.
Send My Friend To School Various
Schoolchildren across the UK are invited to take part in the Send My Friend to School campaign and help put pressure on world leaders to close the global teacher gap. A range of resources is available on-line to support the free teaching pack including assembly PowerPoints, fact sheets and real life stories from children missing out on school in Africa and Asia.
Special People Quiz
Special People looks at those around us who help the community. This KS1 PSHE Special People quiz will ask children to identify which special person belongs to which situation.