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Equality, Relationships

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 for resisting negative pressure from others.

What resources are in this pack?

How long does it take to deliver this pack?

clock 60 minutes


Learning outcomes

Pupils will be able to:

  • explain what is meant by inclusion, prejudice and discrimination
  • demonstrate an understanding of what inclusion, prejudice and discrimination look like
  • identify ways to challenge and change attitudes towards prejudice and discrimination

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Film: Inclusion

This film looks at different ways in which people might feel left out, how to help someone who is being discriminated against, and why inclusion is important.


Baseline activity: Understanding language

In 'Understanding language', pupils discuss and clarify through words or images the meaning of key terms used to talk about inclusiveness and discrimination.


Main activity: Discrimination and inclusion

Based on what they see in the film, pupils investigate the possible effects of discrimination. They then learn to identify inclusive behaviour and ways to celebrate difference.


Main activity: Match report

Using a match report card, pupils get a chance to clarify and record their feelings about inclusion, discrimination and prejudice.


Inclusion word bank

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