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  • Sep 14th

    Citizenship lessons with secondary SEN pupils/

  • May 8th

    An assembly as part of our British Values theme

  • Apr 17th

    Assembly ideas

  • Feb 14th

    We're having a British Values week where we will be looking one value each day. Are your lovely resource team going to do a PowerPoint for each area? That would be AMAZING if they could! Many thanks.

    • Feb 15th

      Hi there,

      Thanks for your comment!

      We currently have another PowerPoint available about Democracy, which can be found here:

      I'll put your request through for PowerPoints for the rest of the British values but, becasue of the large number of resource requests we get every day, please be patient as some resources can take longer than others to create!

      Have a lovely day! :)

  • Jan 25th


  • Nov 1st

    Will you be doing PowerPoints for the other values?

    • Nov 1st

      Hi karyna,
      Thank you for commenting. I'll ask our teacher team to look into this for you : )

    • Nov 2nd

      Hi karyna,

      Thank you for your resource suggestion on the Twinkl website.

      We are currently working on our British Values resources. More will be coming soon.

      I hope you have a lovely day! : )

  • Oct 28th

    PSHE with Year 5.

  • Sep 21st

    KS2 display excellent

  • Sep 21st

    KS2 display

  • Jul 9th

    introduce the rule of law theme for assemblies

The Rule of the Law PowerPoint

The Rule of the Law PowerPoint - An informative PowerPoint detailing the difference between criminal and civil law in the United Kingdom.
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