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British Values F2 (Reception)

Session 1 am Session 2 am Afternoon Session
Monday Introduce British values week.

Share PowerPoint on British values.

Children to discuss personal identity what makes them who they are?

What are their personal values?

Create a class list of values e.g. being kind, sharing

Children to discuss what are the British values?

Circle time.

Children to begin learning the poem Have you ever for come and share on Friday.

 

Activities:

–      children in pairs need to draw each other and discuss something that they like about their partner.

 

 

Look at coins

Discuss who is on the front of them.

Talk about other currencies e.g. the euro and sterling.

 

Activities: 

–      Coin sorting

–      Coin rubbing

–      Role-Play shop

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Input:

Show children Europe on the map.

Who can point out Britain?

Discuss the countries that make up Great Britain

Show children the British flag has anyone seen this before?

Show children different parts of Britain on Google maps.

Children to suggest different places we can find.

Look at our school on Google maps.

 

Activities:

–      Collaging picture of Big Ben.

–      Paint/create the British flag.

–      Create crown

–      Construction – build Buckingham Palace/ Big Ben

–      Make a judges wig and a gavel.

–      Mini me Royal family for children to play with

–      I have got a templates to make cone people

–      Post office – role play

Tuesday  

Children to listen to the song RESPECT.

What does respect mean?

One of the British values is mutual respect discuss what this means?

Talk about how in Britain we respect that other people may believe in different religions.

Discuss briefly other religions and who they worships – link this with how we worship God.

 

Activities

–   children to decorate     a cross.

–      Children to colour in the picture of the world and the different religious symbols around it can they see our religious symbol of the cross?

–      Children to look through pictures of different religions and look at similarities and differences.

 

 

Look at stamps ordinal value of 1st and 2nd stamps.

Show children the stamps.

 

Activities:

–      Creating stamps

–      Children to write a letter to themselves

–      Children to copy their address on to an envelope

–      Children to create own postcard with British flag on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Input:

Read to the children Charlie and Lola go to London.

Talk about London and explain that it is the capital city.

Discuss the different landmarks:

London bridge

London eye

Buckingham palace

Big Ben

 

Activities:

–      Collaging picture of Big Ben.

–      Create own postage stamp.

–      Paint/create the British flag.

–      Create crown

–      Construction – build Buckingham Palace/ Big Ben

–      Make a judges wig and a gavel.

–      Mini me Royal family for children to play with

–      Post office – role play

–      Play with miniature world (London)

 

Wednesday Visit to post office to buy stamps and post our letters (in small groups throughout the day)

 

Phonics session:

Miss Warburton’s

Read keywords to do with British values.

Discuss how to write a sentence.

children to work on sounding out using segmenting and blending.

Activities:

-Children to write a sentence using keywords e.g.

The queen lives in a palace.

-Children to practise writing keywords linked with British values.

–      Children to make scones

–      Children to make buntings to decorate the room for afternoon tea

–      Children to write their name on a place tag

–      Children to count the cups and plates out ready for afternoon tea.

Input:

Show the children pictures of the Royal family.

Discuss who they are.

Where do they live?

Why are they are important?

Share facts about Buckingham palace with the children.

 

Activities:

–      Collaging picture of Big Ben.

–      Create own postage stamp.

–      Paint/create the British flag.

–      Write a letter to post to themselves (British post)

–      Create crown

–      Construction – build Buckingham Palace/ Big Ben

–      Make a judges wig and a gavel.

–      Mini me Royal family for children to play with

–      Post office – role play

 

 

 

 

Thursday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Children practice the poem Have you ever as a year group.

 

Children to listen to and watch other poems from British authors and discuss what they think the poems are about.

Talk about the Houses of parliament / share pictures

Discussing how everyone has a say through voting and that special people are chosen to help represent British people.

Show the children a picture of the Prime Minister.

Who is this? Discuss why he is important

 

 

–      Children to have afternoon tea

 

Friday Come and Share. People who protect us(The rule of the law):

Share with children the PowerPoint on what the police do.

 

 

Share PowerPoint on the British army.

Talk about the British army.

Children to discuss what the army do. What is there job?

Activities:

– children to write a sentence about someone who protects them and draw a picture.

– Children to look at war medals and draw them.

– children to look at pictures of all people who protect us and discuss what they do to protect and care for us.

 

 

 

Input:

Show children the pictures taken from them visiting the post office.

Talk about what they were doing.

Discuss the British post / royal mail.

The job of the post man.

 

Activities:

–      Collaging picture of Big Ben.

–      Create own postage stamp.

–      Paint/create the British flag.

–      Create crown

–      Construction – build Buckingham Palace/ Big Ben

–      Make a judges wig and a gavel.

–      Mini me Royal family for children to play with

–      Post office – role play

 

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