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Equality, Relationships

Before teaching this pack it is recommended that teachers read the General guidance for teaching PSHE.

This pack helps pupils think about the positive effects of inclusive behaviour. It provides opportunities to challenge and change attitudes, in real-life contexts. Pupils are encouraged to develop empathy and practise techniques to behave inclusively.

Learning outcomes

Pupils will be able to:

  • explain what is meant by inclusion and discrimination

  • demonstrate an understanding of what inclusion and discrimination looks like

  • identify ways to challenge discrimination.

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Main activity: Discrimination and inclusion

In this activity, pupils explore the differences between discrimination and inclusion in more detail and the effects on people’s wellbeing. They also consider how to challenge discrimination and seek advice.


Plenary activity: Sentence starters

In this activity, pupils have a chance to individually reflect on ways to help people feel included and the importance of inclusion.