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Key stage 2 - teaching strategies and resources

A list of some examples of practice and recommendations for how Lyfta is being used by our KS2 educators.

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Written by Noel Garvey
Updated over a week ago

By offering KS2 students the chance to regularly meet and interact with a diverse range of people, places and perspectives in lessons, we can broaden their horizons in order to elevate different focus areas.

To support colleagues, you can find below:

✅Our theory of learning and how to implement in your Lyfta lessons

✅Tried and tested activities to use within storyworlds

✅How to quickly find content to match your KS2 curriculum

✅Examples of how different schools are achieving their goals with Lyfta at KS2

Lyfta's theory of learning, presented by Dr Harriet Marshall, director of education and impact

Activities to try within lessons

Activities that are commonly used in other areas of the curriculum can also be used within Lyfta storyworlds, particularly activities used to unpack different stories and characters. Below is a small selection of activities that can be tried with different elements of a Lyfta experience - we always encourage colleagues to use routines and activities that are familiar to you and your class.

How to quickly find Lyfta content to match your curriculum goals

Whether you use Lyfta to: elevate particular focus areas like sustainability or oracy; enhance curriculum topics; or for personal development objectives like exemplifying school values - we’ve got lesson plans and storyworlds to support you. The simplest way to get started is to find collections relevant to your needs. See the video below to learn how!

Community examples of amazing implementation and impact

Explore case studies to see incredible examples of innovation and impact with Lyfta in lots of different contexts around the country. From a focus on oracy to a strong implementation model focussing on broadening students’ horizons to much, much more below!

Additional Examples

Other examples of Lyfta being used in a primary context include:

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