|1||OK to be different|
- Recognise that bullying and discriminatory behaviour can result from disrespect of people's differences;
- Suggest strategies for dealing with bullying, as a bystander;
- Describe positive attributes of their peers.
|2||We have more in common than not|
- Know that all people are unique but that we have far more in common with each other than what is different about us;
- Consider how a bystander can respond to someone being rude, offensive or bullying someone else;
- Demonstrate ways of offering support to someone who has been bullied .
- Demonstrate ways of showing respect to others, using verbal and non-verbal communication.
|4||Tolerance and repect for others|
- Understand and explain the term prejudice;
- Identify and describe the different groups that make up their school/wider community/other parts of the UK;
- Describe the benefits of living in a diverse society;
- Explain the importance of mutual respect for different faiths and beliefs and how we demonstrate this.
- Explain the difference between a friend and an acquaintance;
- Describe qualities of a strong, positive friendship;
- Describe the benefits of other types of relationship (e.g. neighbour, parent/carer, relative).
|6||Boys will be boys - challenging gender stereotypes|
- Define what is meant by the term stereotype;
- Recognise how the media can sometimes reinforce gender stereotypes;
- Recognise that people fall into a wide range of what is seen as normal;
- Challenge stereotypical gender portrayals of people.
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