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Paws 4 Change RSPCA Education

Courses at animal centres. Self Study Course. Paws 4 Change Picture. Print Paws 4 Change Picture. Generation Kind's Paws for Change - bringing rescue dogs and young people together. Paws for Change is a dog training and care course, where young people learn about and bond with dogs from rescue backgrounds. In return, the dogs learn behaviours

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Primary Lesson & Activity Ideas RSPCA Education

The lesson plans are free to download and use and are supported with worksheets, factsheets, images, videos and interactive resources. Our free teaching resources cover a range of topics including farm animals, wildlife habitats and pets. They will encourage pupils to think about our role in ensuring animals are happy and healthy as well as

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Farm Animals RSPCA Education

Farming is a very interesting topic and encourages pupils to consider the needs of farm animals and explore the five welfare needs. These lessons include a wide range of activities such as labeling farm animals to identify their senses and creating egg boxes that demonstrate a free-range hen or a caged hen. Making learning fun whilst beginning

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Wildlife & Habitats Woodlice Habitats RSPCA Education

This fun lesson involves gathering evidence to find out what type of material woodlice would like to live under. This scientific investigation of animals in their habitats can be carried out over several lessons. It is important to consider the needs of animals and avoid moving them into the classroom. Pupils should also be reminded of the code of conduct Ground rules made in their previous

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Teachers RSPCA Education

Teachers. We create free lesson plans for teachers, linked to the English and Welsh curricula, to help you teach animal related topics in class. Many of the lessons overlap in subject areas including English, Science and Maths. There are also some great ideas for assemblies and school councils. Our Education Team offer free teacher training.

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EYFS Lesson Plan Down On The Farm RSPCA Education

The RSPCA has developed detailed welfare standards for nine of the major farmed species, which are designed to ensure that higher standards of animal welfare are met throughout the animals' lives. The five welfare needs are a great basis for your pupils to learn about farm animals basic needs.

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What Is A Habitat RSPCA Education

Courses at animal centres. Self Study Course. Starter activity. Discovery activities. Advocacy activity. Home / Teachers / Primary / Primary Lesson Plans / Wildlife and Habitats / What is a Habitat

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Lifecycles Spawn To Frog RSPCA Education

In this lesson students will learn to notice that animals, including humans, have offspring which grow into adults and that different things can harm their local, natural and built environments. The children will use fun activities including games, activity sheets and creating a display to develop strategies and skills needed to care for these animals.

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EYFS Lesson Plan Caring For Our Pets RSPCA Education

This set of activities aims to make children aware of pets as living animals with needs and feelings. They'll learn that pets should be handled carefully and only when it is appropriate to do so. They'll also investigate the responsibility of pet owners to meet the needs of …

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Animal Care Apprenticeships RSPCA Education

Helping young people pursue a career in animal care. Our brand new apprenticeship project gives young people from disadvantaged backrounds the opportunity to gain a meaningful qualification and work experience, at one of our animal centres. Many of the teenagers that complete our programmes, such as Paws 4 Change or Breaking the Chain, find

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Minibeasts RSPCA Education

Minibeasts. We share our world with so much wildlife and minibeasts are easy to spot. These lesson plans will get your young learners thinking about the different types of minibeasts, our attitudes to them and the roles they play in the ecosystem. There is also a special lesson plan looking at bees and their role in pollination and honey

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Education Centre RSPCA Education

Mallydams Wood. Mallydams Wood is a nationally acclaimed centre of excellence for animal welfare education, in Hastings, East Sussex. Our 55-acre magical woodland brimming with animal hideaways, quiet places and footpaths to explore sets the scene for wildlife detectives of all ages. Whether searching for animal clues, solving wildlife

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Primary Lesson Plans RSPCA Education

Primary lesson plans. Explore different topics about animal welfare with your young learners. Ranging from learning about wildlife and habitats to learning all about the work of the RSPCA and how we help animals. The lesson plans are free to download and are supported with worksheets, factsheets, images, videos and interactive resources.

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Biodiversity RSPCA Education

Courses at animal centres. Self Study Course. Starter activity. Discovery activities. Advocacy activity. Home / Teachers / Secondary / Lesson Plans / Biodiversity Share this Living with badgers. Managing Competition. Predator and prey relationships. Reintroducing Species. Biodiversity.

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EYFS Lesson Plan Caring For Farm Animals RSPCA Education

These activities encourage children to think about the food they eat and products they use every day, that come from animals. They will learn that farm animals have basic needs that must be met by the humans who care for them, but will also learn about the ways in which we …

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Pets RSPCA Education

Pets. Over 58.4 million animals are kept as pets in the UK* so it's important to understand what they need to be happy and healthy. Does your class know how to care for their pets? Our free teaching resources will help children to understand pets as living animals with needs and feelings. They'll learn about the five welfare needs of animals

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EYFS Lesson Plan Caring For Wildlife RSPCA Education

Communication and language. Expressive arts and design. Physical development. Personal, social and emotional development. Understanding the world. Download full resource pack: EYFS - Caring for wildlife (Word 3.52KB) Included in this lesson plan: Initial teacher input …

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Home Activities And Resources

All you need to do is post your work on your school's social media page, or your personal page if your child is working at home, and mention the RSPCA and hashtag #CompassionateClass. Twitter - @RSPCA_Official. Instagram - Official_RSPCA. Facebook - @RSPCA. Alternatively, you can send your work into [email protected]

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Needs Of Wild Animals RSPCA Education

Courses at animal centres. Self Study Course. Starter activity. Discovery activities. Advocacy activity. Home / Teachers / Primary / Primary Lesson Plans / Wildlife and Habitats / Needs of Wild Animals

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Animals & Us RSPCA Education

Animals and Us. These lesson plans will help your class explore the topic of animal welfare and the importance of responsible pet ownership. They will also look at the work of the RSPCA and what we do to help animals in need. Our inspectors do a great job protecting animals everyday and these lesson plans introduce the role of an RSPCA

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Growing Up Lifecycles RSPCA Education

This lesson focuses on growth using babies (human and animal babies) and their different life spans as examples. By the end of this lesson most students will be able to recognise that, like humans, an adequate diet and exercise is necessary for animals to grow and stay healthy.

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Minibeasts Bees, Pollination & Honey RSPCA Education

Minibeasts - Bees, pollination and honey. Did you know that honey bees live in colonies that can contain up to 50,000 bees. Only the queen of the hive can lay eggs and the worker bees do all the work in the hive while drones fertilise the queen! This lesson focuses upon bees to give an insight into the complexity of insect life and to explore

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Early Years Lesson Plans & Ideas RSPCA Education

The Early Years Foundation Stage is an important time in a child's development and a great time to introduce topics about animal welfare. Young children often have a natural empathy towards animals and will engage with activities to start learning about the needs of animals and our role in helping them.

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Lifecycles Pollination RSPCA Education

Lifecycles - Pollination and dispersal. Did you know that bees gather pollen in baskets on their hind legs? These lessons look at the ways in which animals are connected to the life cycles of plants, focusing on pollination and dispersal. By the end of this lesson pupils should be able to recognise that environments can change and that this can

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Training & Resources For YOTS RSPCA Education

Animal cruelty is a complex issue. Many cruelty cases we deal with are caused by a lack of education and empathy for the animals concerned - often involving young people. That¿s why we have created resources to support and rehabilitate young people in their relationships with animals.

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Exotic Animals Pets RSPCA Education

Exotic animals as pets. Each year, millions of wild animals continue to be trapped around the world, including from South America and Africa, for use in the pet trade. Many die at the time of capture and before reaching the point of sale. The combined impact of habitat destruction means that several species, including parrots and tortoises, are

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Pets And Humans Pets RSPCA Education

Does your class know the similarities and differences between humans needs and pets needs? This lesson will introduce the fact that animals have needs just like humans, and that these needs include food, water, companionship, a suitable place to live, being looked after by a vet if they are ill, and the freedom to behave naturally.

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Farm Animals Senses RSPCA Education

Farm animal senses. Much like us, animals are sentient beings and aware of their feelings and emotions. Their lives matter to them and they have the same capacity to feel joy and pleasure, as well as pain and suffering. Are your pupils able to identify a variety of common animals senses and what they need to live in an environment where they

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Taking Responsibility Animals & Us RSPCA Education

As such, this could also include hamsters and guinea pigs. However, not all animals are suitable to be good pets, do your class know which animals make good pets? This lesson focuses on an animal welfare campaign highlighting the importance of responsible pet ownership for all animals, including exotics. The lesson plan includes activities such

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Secondary Lesson & Activity Ideas RSPCA Education

Our mission is to prevent animal cruelty by helping you to develop informed, responsible and active citizens. We aim to support your work with young people by providing free teaching resources to make it easy to introduce topics of animal welfare in your classroom.

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How To Look After Pets Pets RSPCA Education

In the UK, it's estimated that 12 million (41% of) households have pets* with around 51 million pets owned. So it is extremely important that we learn how to look after them and show them respect. This lesson focuses on which animals make good pets and how to care for them. It builds on the work from the lesson we all have basic needs.

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Wildlife & Habitats RSPCA Education

Wildlife and Habitats. From the tiniest insect to burrowing badger, we share our envrionment with a wide range of different wildlife. Encourage your young learners to explore the world around them, think about the impact humans have on wildlife and what we can do, as compassionate citizens, to …

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Minibeasts Attitudes To Minibeasts RSPCA Education

This lesson aims to explore pupils' attitudes about minibeasts and allows them to develop a minibeasts code. Studying minibeasts helps pupils to understand the diversity of life and encourages them to develop a positive, responsible and caring attitude to all living things. Minibeasts are all around us and are easily available for observation.

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Intensive Farming RSPCA Education

Genetic engineering - Intensive farming & selective breeding. In this lesson, students will consider the effects of selective breeding and different production/management systems on farm animals and the resulting ethical and moral implications. This lesson could …

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Starter Activity Compassionate Family RSPCA

Introducing the concept of compassion. As a family, discuss the following statements about compassion. Or, use the statements as a guide to make a poster about compassion. Compassionate people look out for others to make sure their lives are as happy and healthy as possible. Being compassionate means not mistreating other people or animals, and

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Key Stage 2 Lesson Plans And Activites For Schools And

Key Stage 2 lesson plans. Before browsing the free lesson plans, find out how each of lesson links with the National Curriculum by downloading the KS2 curriculum map (Word, 292KB).

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Rights & Responsibilities RSPCA Education

Rights and responsibilities. This activity uses role-play to explore the role of agencies in encouraging people to become responsible pet owners, with a focus on non-domestic exotic animals. This session could follow Dogs and the law. This lesson only applies to legislation in England. Key Stage 3.

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Dogs & The Law RSPCA Education

Dogs and the law. In this activity, students consider different laws relating to dogs and other pets. This lesson only applies to legislation in England. Activities encourage students to explore the issues that affect dogs and that may or may not be covered by law. The lesson plan includes a series of worksheets and also encourages pupils to

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Reintroducing Species RSPCA Education

Biodiversity - Reintroducing species - a debate. In this lesson, students will examine the reasons why animals become endangered or extinct and consider the advantages and disadvantages of reintroducing species back into the environment. COUNTRY: England.

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Other Practioners RSPCA Education

Courses at animal centres. Self Study Course. Children in care. Working with young people. Are you concerned by the attitude or behaviour of a young person towards animals? Animal cruelty is a complex issue. Many cruelty cases we deal with are caused by a lack of education and empathy for the animals concerned - often involving young people

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Young Offenders RSPCA Education

We provide training and support to Youth Offending Teams, fostering and adoption agencies, foster parents, social workers, family works and teacher. Helping them gain the skills and resources required to deliver youth intervention sessions. If you're looking for support in developing the care and empathy of a young person, we can help. Print.

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Disadvantaged Young People RSPCA Education

Helping young people develop key life skills. A dificult start in life can lead to years of behavioural issues and suffering. We know this is true for both animals and people. We want to ensure that all young people have access to the resources most suitable for them. We have developed a series of unique programmes to help young people overcome

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Compassionate Family RSPCA

Compassionate Family. Compassionate Family is our new programme that encourages the values of compassion and empathy, through a series of fun activities and discussions about animals. It's a flexible programme that parents, guardians, or carers can deliver across four …

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What Is Animal Cruelty RSPCA Education

What is animal cruelty? As a guide to which of the sections below to use with the young person, we suggest that you use the online assessment tool Developing a suitable intervention programme (Word 17KB). Identifying cruelty. In which we learn how cruelty happens when our actions, or …

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Predator & Prey RSPCA Education

Biodiversity - Predator/prey relationships & human activity. In this lesson, the students will examine how different marine animals are adapted to where they live, and the features of predator and prey animals. The effect of human activity on their habitats and the population of …

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Reparation RSCPA Education

Breaking the chain was produced with the help and guidance of teachers and Youth Offending Teams. We have also produced a free online interactive resource to support the programme, which looks at case studies of cruelty incidents and asks the young person to consider the impact of cruelty to animals.

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Farm Animals Farmer Duck's Day Off RSPCA Education

In this lesson pupils will learn what a farmer needs to do to meet the needs of farm animals and compare those needs with their own. They will also discuss what a farmer needs to do to meet the needs of farm animals. It is based on the popular story Farmer Duck written by Martin Waddell. Pupils will act out a study based on what would happen on

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