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Tackling discussions about refugees and identity through poetry and text

Discussion in 'Primary' started by ns123456, May 15, 2019.

  1. ns123456

    ns123456 New commenter

    I’m a primary teacher and trustee for a charity which offers a free reading activity set for Key Stage 2. It’s a way of tackling issues related to Home (belonging, homelessness, refugees etc). Simple to download, quick to use in the classroom. I’ve used it myself and the children really enjoyed their creative responses to good poetry and discussion. You have 2 weeks left to download it. If you do at least one of the three activities in it and return a quick evaluation form, your school could win up to £200 worth of books. Please check it out! Here’s the link: https://lifejacketsuk.org/get-the-challenge-pack/
     

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