- To identify the 6 main equality strands and provide examples of each
- To be able to define key equality terms
- To know what words are acceptable and not acceptable
- To be able to empathise with others and value difference
- To be able to consider possible consequences of discrimination and abuse and identify appropriate course of action.
Celebrating difference and similarity - Each pupil is given a sheet and has to talk to three people they don’t know as well and find out one thing they have in common with each person and one way that they are different.
Resource 13 – one per pupil and pen
Resource 14 – teacher notes to prepare and summarise learning
Equality Definitions - Matching up the word with the correct definition. There are three options for delivering this session.
Resource 15 – print and cut out definitions
White / black board / flip chart and pens
Resource 16 – Teacher notes
Inclusive language - Activities to promote discussion on the impact of using offensive terms and what we mean by acceptable and non-acceptable terms.
Resource 17 questions for discussion
Resource 18 teacher notes
Equality Scenarios - Club based scenarios to promote discussions on equality issues such as prejudice, stereotyping and assumptions. Divide into groups and ask them to discuss a selection of scenarios and answer the questions posed and be prepared to feedback.
Posters from lesson 1 resource 11 (scenarios at the end of the questions)
Teacher notes – Resource 19
Evaluation form Resource 20 – one per pupil