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Primary PSHE Lesson

Discussion in 'Primary' started by greenpaddy, May 3, 2012.

  1. greenpaddy

    greenpaddy New commenter

    Do your PSHE lessons challenge and engage all children. I have to write a starter for a PSHE lesson which which challenge and engage all pupils!
     
  2. greenpaddy

    greenpaddy New commenter

    Do your PSHE lessons challenge and engage all children. I have to write a starter for a PSHE lesson which which challenge and engage all pupils!
     
  3. Most of the time yes! Not possible to do this on every occasion if you are being realistic but we should at least try.
    What year group is this for? What is your objective or theme for the lesson?
     
  4. Vanadesse

    Vanadesse New commenter

    The poster above might want to start pointing out that he's charging for these activities when he tells people about them! There's plenty out there for free, you don't need to pay. Have a look at www.gogivers.org for lots of PSHE related lessons.
     

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