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This assembly teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to describe some of the special ways of supporting families who are seeking refuge in other places in the world. The class can read and discuss a story about a refugee’s flight to safety with their family to a safe country.

Download this teaching pack including an assembly plan, teaching activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to describe some of the special ways of supporting families seeking refuge in other places in the world

Learning Objectives

Consider and respond to a range of human experiences and feelings. Describe the key aspects of religions, especially the traditions that influence the beliefs and values of others.

Learning Outcomes

I can say why people become refugees and move to new countries. I can explain how Christians use traditions from their religion to welcome and support refugees.

Refugees

Teaching sequence to help the children describe some of the special ways of supporting families seeking refuge in other places in the world

Tamil’s Journey

Shared reading text for whole class discussion to help the children describe how and why refugees move to safe places in the world

Supporting Others Prayer

Shared reading text for whole class discussion to help the children suggest how to support families seeking refuge in other places in the world

Refugees

Interactive activity to help the children describe some of the special ways of supporting families seeking refuge in other places in the world

Download this teaching pack including an assembly plan, teaching activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to describe some of the special ways of supporting families seeking refuge in other places in the world

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