Teach key stage 1 and 2 pupils the importance of living a healthy lifestyle with Marie Curie school assemblies.
Researched and developed with the help of doctors, children and young person’s counsellors, advisors and fellow teachers, the school assemblies highlight healthy living and sun safety as well as introducing children to charitable giving.
A lesson plan on bereavement is also available.
Register to take part and download an assembly or lesson plan to use in the classroom today.
Marie Curie school assemblies and lesson plan offer a helpful resource to introduce pupils to the subject of cancer, bereavement and charitable giving.
They can be incorporated into the classroom at any time and tailored to the school’s needs.
Designed to support the National Curriculum, the assemblies and lesson plan have a strong educational element and link to Personal and Social and Health Education (PSHE).
The information and issues raised can be discussed and extended to your PSHE lessons, which saves time on researching materials.
The assemblies also explain what charity is and the importance of charitable giving within society.
You may wish to follow up the assembly or lesson plan with a Marie Curie fundraising activity for schools and young persons or organise your own.
Register to take part in Marie Curie school assemblies and download the following assemblies or lesson plan today:
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