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Values that I Value

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Topic: Values that I Value

Learning Outcomes

explore lived values in his/her values in his or her life and develop these values through the development of a personal values charter.

explore interpretations and shades of right and wrong.




The children will listen to a story which highlights the moral of our individuality.

Together we will discuss how all families are unique and different.

the children will make a list of the values important to their family.


Each child will be given the opportunity to voice their opinions and explain their answers. The children will also be encouraged to give examples of when they learned these values through their past experiences.

All children will create a ‘Moral Wall chart’. It will contain their family crest and words highlighting the important values specific to their family. For example: Honesty, working hard, kindness.



The children will share their ideas with the class. Using iPads and the app ‘Digital Storyboard’ will present their work.



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Identity, individuality, responsibility

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Identity, Individuality, Responsibility

LT focus: To develop a sense of self identity and confidence in each person’s individuality


Introduce lesson with poem ‘The Voice’ by Shel Silverstein.

Discuss the importance of self belief and being proud of our individuality.


Brainstorm a list of areas which make us individuals –

  • Likes and dislikes
  • People who are important to us
  • Hobbies
  • Special abilities
  • When I grow up I want to

Creating a collage:

Provide each child with an A3 page and invite them to create a collage using magazine cuttings, drawings, words, phrases and symbols all about themselves with their picture in the centre. Use the brainstormed areas as ideas for the collage.  

When finished creating individual collages, divide class into small groups of 3 or 4.  to share and describe their poster to others in their group.


Whole class discussion – reflect on what it was like sharing information about themselves with their group.

Discuss the line ‘The voice that speaks inside’ from the poem ‘The Voice’, within the context of their personal collage. Emphasise the importance of self belief and to have confidence to take personal responsibility for decisions and not be influenced by others.

Display posters in the classroom celebrating the uniqueness of each poster just as every person in the class is unique.

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Resources: A3 paper, glue, magazines, photo of each child, pencils, crayons, Poem ‘The Voice’

Poem ‘The Voice’ by Shel Silverstein