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Themes. Kindness Day13 NovemberRemembrance Sunday 14 NovemberInterfaith week 21-27 NovemberInternational Day for the Abolition of Slavery 2 DecemberHolocaust Memorial Day 27 JanuaryLGBT whole month of FebStorytelling week 30 Jan - 6 FebWorld Book Day 4 MarchInternational Women's Day 8 MarchWorld Poetry day 21 MarchFriendship Funday 21 May.

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1. Anne Frank poetry competition

3. For KS2 Show the students a picture of a poppy Ask the students whether they know what the poppy represents Show the students slide 3 and tell them a little about the First World War Read the poem In Flanders Fields to the class and ask them their thoughts. Ask the students to write their own poem about Remembrance For KS2 Show the students a picture of a poppy Ask the students whether they know what the poppy represents Show the students slide 3 and tell them a little about the First World War Read the poem In Flanders Fields to the class and ask them their thoughts. Ask the students to write their own poem about Remembrance

4. Lesson plan and activity for Remembrance Day

17. International Day for the Abolition of Slavery This session is most suitable for Citizenship, PSHE, History, English KS2: Read the short biography of Olaudah Equiano from ‘History on the Net’ http://historyonthenet.com/Slave_Trade/olaudah_equiano.htm; Ask the students to imagine how Olaudah would have felt when he was taken and sold as a slave? Identify and list ideas on the board; Ask the students to imagine how Olaudah would have felt when he was released after the slavery was abolished. Identify and list ideas on the board; Ask the students to write a poem about slavery; it could focus on either or both aspects e.g. freedom or imprisonment. KS3: Show the students the image on slide 18 and ask them to examine it carefully before posing questions such as; who is in the picture? What is happening? Where is it happening? Where did it take place? Why is it happening?; Explain that the image depicts the capture of Black Africans to be sold and used as slaves. Give a brief history of the slave trade; Read the short biography of Olaudah Equiano from ‘History on the Net’ http://historyonthenet.com/Slave_Trade/olaudah_equiano.htm; Ask the students to imagine how would they feel if they were taken and sold as a slave? Identify and list ideas on the board; Ask the students to imagine how do they would feel when they were released after the slavery was abolished? Identify and list ideas on the board; Ask the students to write a poem about slavery; it could focus on either or both aspects e.g. freedom or imprisonment.

19. This session is most suitable for Citizenship, PSHE, History, English KS2 Begin by asking the students what they already know about Anne Frank; Reinforce their ideas by sharing Anne's story and images from the Anne Frank Trust website http://www.annefrank.org.uk/node/14; Have a short discussion / recap of the story; ask the children; Why was Anne Frank in hiding? Who were the Nazis? What is a concentration camp? What happened to her and her family? What did Anne do while she was in hiding? Why do we know so much about Anne Frank; Ask the children why Anne’s story and Diary are important and what it can teach us; Summarise that Anne Frank is a symbol of all the innocent children who have been victims of persecution and her life shows us what can happen when prejudice and hatred go unchallenged. Conclude that her story reminds us that we need to respect each other and appreciate and understand each other's differences; Share the quote on slide 20; ask the children what they think it means. Summarize that Anne wanted people to learn from her story and make a commitment to a world in which our differences will make no difference – a world in which everyone is treated fairly and has an equal chance in life; Ask the children to write a poem in response to what they have learned from Annes Story. This could take the form of a promise or commitment to Anne Frank.

21. This session is most suitable for Citizenship, PSHE, History, English KS3 Begin by asking the students what they already know about Anne Frank Reinforce their ideas by sharing Anne's’ Story and images from the Anne Frank Trust website http://www.annefrank.org.uk/node/14 Have a short discussion / recap of the story; ask the students; Why was Anne Frank in hiding? Who were the Nazis? What is a concentration camp? What was the Holocaust? What happened to her and her family? What did Anne do while she was in hiding? Why do we know so much about Anne Frank. Share the quote on slide 22 with the students; in pairs ask them to discuss what this means and what “messages” they can take from Anne’s story. Summarise their ideas/messages. Share the quote on slide 20; ask the students what they think it means. Summarize that Anne wanted people to learn from her diary. Ask the students to write a poem in response to what they have learned from Anne’s story. This could take the form of a promise or commitment to Anne Frank for helping create a world where everyone is equal and differences make no difference.

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