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Proud to be Me! Relationships Education KS1 and KS2 Assembly and Lesson Ideas Pack – LBGTQ+ Pride Month

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Are your pupils proud of who they are? Pride Month is celebrated in the UK and around the world in June. Introduce this to your pupils using our assembly resource, which explains what Pride Month is and how it celebrates love and accepting that everyone is different.

Explore how pupils in your classroom are different and celebrate these differences, giving pupils the opportunity to think about what makes them proud of themselves.

The resources can be used as part of Pride Month in June, or at any appropriate time during the school year.

The resources will:

  • teach pupils that everyone is different and that those differences should be celebrated
  • help pupils understand that other families may look different from their own
  • explore how the rights for LGBTQ+ community have changed over time

This pack includes:

  • Introducing Pride Month assembly PowerPoint
  • Proud To Be Me worksheet
  • Blank rainbow template

When is Pride Month?

Pride Month is celebrated around the world annually in June, marking and remembering the Stonewall Riots in America in June 1969.

Relationships Education Statutory Guidance (2019) links

Pupils should know that others’ families, either in school or in the wider world, sometimes look different from their family, but that they should respect those differences and know that other children’s families are also characterised by love and care. (Families and people who care for me)

Pupils should know the importance of respecting others … (Respectful Relationships)

  • PowerPoint
  • Teacher notes
  • Proud to be me worksheet
  • Blank rainbow template
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