Primary Resources

Teaching resources ideal for use with primary school students at key stages one and two.

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Using images taken by learners to explore how we see where we live.

KS2 | 60 Mins | Individual

Starter activity to explore where place names come from, and what meaning might be contained within a place name.

KS2 | 15 Mins | Group

Short individual activity that gets learners to think about the places that are important to them. Contributes to their understanding of multiple identities.

KS2 | 60 Mins | Individual

A simple mapping activity that encourages learners to think about the places that determine who we are.

KS2 | 60 Mins | Group

Mapping Who We Are

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A simple mapping activity that encourages learners to think about the places that determine who we are.

KS2/3 | 60 Mins | Group

A starter game which moves us on from seeing ourselves just as individuals, to seeing that we are also part of a group with things in common and things that are different.

KS2 | 15 Mins | Teacher led

A Boxful of Us

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A show and tell activity, that supports a class to explore who they are.

KS2/3 | 15 Mins | Teacher led

A great picture book to explore ‘fitting in’, how we fit into different groups and the way we include people who join us.

KS1 | 30 Mins | Teacher led

A creative activity that gets learners to think about the ways in which we visually represent ourselves and learn about other groups.

KS2/3 | 30 Mins | Group

A creative activity that gets learners to think about the ways in which we visually represent ourselves and learn about other groups.

KS2 | 30 Mins | Group

Using Philosophy for Children this activity engages students together in a self-critical (reflective) practice of asking questions, testing ideas and arriving at conclusions.

KS2 | 30 Mins | Group

Using Philosophy for Children this activity engages students together in a self-critical (reflective) practice of asking questions, testing ideas and arriving at conclusions.

KS2 | 30 Mins | Group