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Mask of Inclusion (Key Stage 1&2)

This activity is designed for Key Stage 1 and 2 students and has been created to help you encourage your pupils to explore the importance of friendship and inclusion and to understand how sad and lonely isolation can make a person feel. The lesson will also help your pupils to understand the huge impact that they can achieve by working together, as well as the impact that they, as individuals, can have if they speak out and take a stand against bullying.

A fun, interactive workshop for Key Stage 1 and 2 students that covers the importance of inclusion, individuality and friendship. By creating a `mask of inclusion’ your students will be more aware of their emotions and feelings and those of others and understand the importance of friendship and kindness.

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This activity is designed for Key Stage 1 and 2 students and has been created to help you encourage your pupils to explore the importance of friendship and inclusion and to understand how sad and lonely isolation can make a person feel. The lesson will also help your pupils to understand the huge impact that they can achieve by working together, as well as the impact that they, as individuals, can have if they speak out and take a stand against bullying.

A fun, interactive workshop for Key Stage 1 and 2 students that covers the importance of inclusion, individuality and friendship. By creating a `mask of inclusion’ your students will be more aware of their emotions and feelings and those of others and understand the importance of friendship and kindness.

To purchase this item, please contact us.

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