Now, more than ever, we need to help children makes sense of the world around them - these tips and ideas for SMSC education will be of value in this.
Whether you are teaching remotely, at home or in front of a class,we hope these ideas, tips and list of dates will help you build in these important aspects of education into your weekly schedule
Spiritual:Whilst at home, children are receiving varying amounts of teaching input from schools. It can be difficult to motivate your children from afar. Why not share a weekly growth mindset activity with your pupils. Free resources can be found here: https://biglifejournal-uk.co.uk/ once you.ve signed up!
Moral:With Earth day on 22nd April and World Environment Day on June 5th learning about the wider world is key to understanding the interaction between people and their environments. The following websites provide children with the ability to explore the world whilst having fun at the same time: https://world-geography-games.com/ and https://explore.org/livecams
Social: For many children during this time, social interaction with there peers is at a minimum. However, it is important that children remain active to keep fit. Every weekday at 9.00 am Joe Wicks provides a free PE session for kids. https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html
All children enjoy listening to a story. David Walliams offers a free story daily at World of David Walliams. In addition children can also access free stoies at Audible.
Dates and links to help with SMSC
We have identified what we think will be some great dates, together with links to helpful resources for the classroom from a variety of providers.