Our SMSC Refugee collection of units is designed to inspire teaching of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development (SMSC) and British values through English lessons. Pupils will be engaged with the stories of hope and belonging throughout their SMSC journey.
Our mixed age planning was written to support a variety of school settings. From one mixed age class to a school with several mixed age classes, the planning can be flexibly adapted using a range of cycles to suit. Cycles of mixed age planning are available for years 1/2, 3/4, 4/5 and 5/6. They have been carefully thought out to ensure progression and coverage of skills for each of the year groups whilst retaining high quality texts suitable for the age range. We are always happy to advise on different configurations of classes and how Pathways to Write can be adapted to suit any circumstance.
All of the SMSC units comprise 15 sessions of English planning and focuses on mastering key writing skills (grammar, vocabulary and punctuation) from the national curriculum. They contain opportunities to develop reading comprehension, writing composition and spoken language. These skills are woven throughout the units.
Term information: This SMSC Refugee themed collection of units aligns with skills and progression covered in Pathways to Write, Spring 2.
Resources: PowerPoints, lesson planning and abridged methodology.
The supporting texts for the units of work can be purchased at Peters Ltd at 30% off the RRP price of the books*:
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*You will receive 30% discount off the RRP on the vast majority of books ordered for the Pathways to Read and Pathways to Write programmes. Items excluded from this offer: book packs, plus short discount items (a small number of academic titles, big books, and audio titles). This offer may not be used in conjunction with any other promotion.
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