Who am I? Identity

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Research shows that gratitude is a powerful way of increasing happiness and positivity. Why not use this powerpoint to encourage your class to build up an attitude of gratitude?!

Four sessions that help learners to explore different features of their identity

Explore a world of emotions using this stunningly illustrated picture book. The lyrical text make every feeling come to life to help children understand the range of emotions that may experience. It can also prompt further discussion about feelings- what they feel like (to themselves and others), how to recognise them and how to express them.

An activity that helps learners to explore different features of their identity

KS2 | 60 Mins | Individual

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This resource supports children to explore and value their name, their personality, their hopes and dreams and that of others.

KS2 | 60 Mins | Individual

A fun and participatory activity that allows learners to discover the connections between themselves.

KS2 | 30 Mins | Teacher led

A structured series of lesson plans drawing together the best practice, developed at SL, for preparing a KS2 class to meet.

The purpose of The Linking Network Identity Pack is to develop discussion on the concepts of identity, diversity, uniqueness and belonging by exploring TLN’s four key questions – Who am I? Who are we? Where do we live? and How do we all live together? These activities are not designed for linking days, however many are ideal for use in exchange of identity work.
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An activity using the book Skin Again to deal with the potentially controversial issue of skin colour and identity in a safe manner.

KS2 | 60 Mins | Group

By Britta Teekentrup ISBN 978-1848577411
We really like the line repeated throughout the book- we all live under the same sky which builds through this book for young children and we have just written a series of classroom lessons inspired by the book.

An activity that helps learners to think about how they see others and how others see them. It makes connections between what we see and identity.

KS2 | 60 Mins | Group

Powerpoint to accompany Lesson 1 Visible and Invisible from the Primary Identity Pack.

A critical thinking activity that gets learners to think about themselves and explore their own make-up through the metaphor of a backpack.

KS2 | 30 Mins | Individual