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Character and values: secondary
Character and values: secondary

Sample Lesson Sequence

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Written by Harriet Marshall
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The following lesson and assembly plans can be run together as a distinct unit of work or used ad hoc to enhance learning in any aspect of school life. The following character traits can be explored with these sessions: honesty, authenticity, respect, courtesy, compassion, dedication and resilience. For further links in a deeper exploration of how Lyfta supports Character and Values, please see here. All resources have been hyperlinked for your ease.

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Summary: Denmark. Meet Leah, a 12-year-old Jewish girl. Find out about her life and family and how she likes making other people feel happy - especially when she herself feels sad.

National Curriculum Links: KS3 PSHE

Summary: Netherlands. Meet Tamara from Amsterdam and find out how she lost - and gained - her voice.

National Curriculum Links: KS3 PSHE

Summary: Kenya. Meet fashion photographer Emmaculate Jacobine and find out how her dream of being a fashion photographer came true in an industry with few females on this side of the lens.

National Curriculum Links: KS3 PSHE

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Summary: Indonesia. Meet Ahen, who lives in Borneo in Indonesia. Discover how he became a tatung, or spirit medium, whose purpose in life is to help others.

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