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Enormous Turnip

This assembly teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to identify and describe different ways of supporting other people when at home or in school. The class can use a traditional story to suggest how they might help others complete activities and how their support might impact communities.

Download this teaching pack including an assembly plan, teaching activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to identify and describe different ways of supporting other people when at home or in school

Learning Objectives

Reflect on and consider religious and spiritual feelings, experiences and concepts related to community. Discuss and explain the importance of supporting others.

Learning Outcomes

I can explain how to work with other people in my community. I can identify rewards that can be received spiritually when helping others.

Enormous Turnip

Teaching sequence to help the children identify and describe different ways of supporting other people when at home or in school

Root Vegetables

Display posters for whole class discussion to help the children identify and describe different root vegetables

Enormous Turnip

Shared reading text for whole class discussion to help the children discuss ways of supporting other people when at home or in school

Helping Others Prayers

Shared reading text for whole class discussion to help the children discuss ways of supporting other people when at home or in school

Enormous Turnip

Interactive activity to help the children identify and describe different ways of supporting other people when at home or in school

Download this teaching pack including an assembly plan, teaching activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to identify and describe different ways of supporting other people when at home or in school

  • Family Households
    Discuss and respond to settings, characters and plot events in stories about family life, investigate words with common endings and practise writing sentences for character dialogue
  • Family Homes
    Practise writing a range of sentences to describe how families might use different rooms in their homes
  • Family Rooms
    Select and compose sentences to describe some of the household objects that might be used by the characters in a narrative story
  • Family Talk
    Practise writing a selection sentences to show what different characters might say about story events