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The pack encourages pupils to recognise and celebrate diversity at school and in their community. It focuses on the similarities and differences between people. Budding movie makers will especially enjoy this pack, which offers (among other things) the chance to make a film about diversity.

What resources are in this pack?

How long does it take to deliver this pack?

clock 45 minutes


Learning outcomes

Pupils will be able to:

  • identify or demonstrate ways in which we can value and appreciate what we have in common, and what makes us different
  • explain what is meant by a 'diverse' society in relation to the United Kingdom
  • explain the benefits of living in a diverse society

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Film: Diversity

This film introduces the concept of diversity. Farrah and Daniel explore what the term means in different contexts, and why diversity is important.


Starter activity: What is diversity?

Here pupils get a chance to show their current knowledge and understanding of diversity. They put their visual media skills to use by making a montage representing diversity.


Main activity: Recognising diversity

After watching and discussing a film about diversity in football, pupils are guided through the process of making their own film about diversity.


Main activity: Match report

This activity is designed to help pupils identify how other people make them feel valued, and how they can make others feel valued in turn. 


Plenary activity: Valuing others

Pupils reflect on and discuss their ideas, and work towards agreeing a class pledge on valuing others, which can be put on display.


Diversity word bank

This word bank lists key vocabulary about diversity, and clarifies the meanings of the words and phrases that your pupils will meet.


Diversity quiz

See how much your pupils have learnt about diversity and tolerance with this interactive quiz.
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