P1 - Those who care
These exemplar narratives follow the core learning chosen by St Andrew's cluster group/working group and contained in the diocesan planning exemplars:
P1 Those who care short version (click to open)
P1 Those who care long version (click to open)
P1 Northern cluster group
Learn through topics - People who help us, using e.g. Percy the Park Keeper
ntroduce people in school - interview, photo (ICT), paint
- fireman visits
- role play
- job descriptions
Story - Good Samaritan
Who cares for us? - story of Percy the Park Keeper caring for the animals/Winter/One snowy night - who cares for us?
Meditation - link to caring/safe place - only you and God
Family caring - what do you do to show love to your family? Bring photos in of your family. How did you get your name? Why was it chosen?
Exemplar narrative 2:
Taylor High cluster
- Discuss families. Show and tell using photographs and
drawings to discuss family structures.
- Discuss what families do for each other, highlighting the
different roles and talents which the extended family shares.
- Discuss the Holy Family and the family of the Church.
- Friends: What makes a good friend "A good friend is..."
- Jigsaw picture: laminate class picture, cut out and let the children reassemble it
to show that they belong to a class family.
- Community/ visit to Church
- Invite community visitors eg. lollipop person, police, into the class to discuss their
role and talents.
- Visit to the Church to see the priest.
- Chilren draw a portrait of soomeone who helps them: Co op learning groups everyone
gets a petal for a flower and talents are written on them. The person who is in the
middle of the flower receives it when the flower is complete.
- See suggested hymns
- Children write their prayers and say them during plenary (at prayer time).
- Prayer service inviting all the people who help them - a thanksgiving service.
Write - What they think a good friend does.
Say - Tell members of family
- Discuss/state what families do for each other
- Name members of the Holy Family.
Make - Characteristics surrounding a figure (Drama) of a person/friend.
Do - Draw a picture of themself with their family.