Wednesday 20th May- 4B PSHE: Our Place in the Global Community

Hello there year 4! Today is the final lesson in our PSHE unit all about COMMUNITIES. So far we have explored family communities, local communities and today we are going GLOBAL! What do you think it means to be part of a global community?

BRONZE: Look at the pictures and information above.
1) What school values and British values are important to our responsibilities as global citizens?
2) Can you think of an example of people meeting a global responsibility?
For example:
TO WORK TOGETHER:
During the COVID19 pandemic, scientists from all over the globe are sharing their knowledge and working together to research the virus and make people safe.

https://www.oxfam.org/en/what-we-do/about

https://www.wwf.org.uk/

https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/

SILVER: One way we can be responsible global citizens is to be involved with global charities.
A CHARITY: is an organisation set up to provide help and raise money for those in need. Here are three examples of global charities and their websites. I would like you choose a charity and find out:
1) What problem is this charity trying to solve?
2) How can the charity help?
3) What difference could it make to people’s lives?

4) How can people at home help?

If you know about a different charity you would like to research instead- you can do that!

GOLD: Charity Fundraiser Event Poster!
Imagine year 4 had to plan a charity fundraising event at school for a chosen charity. Make a poster advertising the event, inlclude the following:
1) The logo of the charity chosen and an explanation of how people’s donations will help.
2) Describe the activities taking place to collect donations
(a cake sale? a sponsored event or challenge like a race? a sponsored sing or dance? A fun day with shows and performances, games and competitions, donation stations collecting food, toys and clothes)
3) Advertise where and when your event is!
Below are some examples:

16 thoughts on “Wednesday 20th May- 4B PSHE: Our Place in the Global Community

  1. Bronze
    1) What school values and British values are important to our responsibilities as global citizens?
    If there was no values there would of been stuff which should have not happened for example: stealing is not good and I found there was no value people would steal.
    2) Can you think of an example of people meeting a global responsibility?
    The Coronavirus is a virus that the world shall take down all together not only just a country
    Silver
    1) What problem is this charity trying to solve?
    The charity is trying to save Children
    2) How can the charity help?
    The company is trying to save children and keep them the most protected
    3) What difference could it make to people’s lives?
    The difference it could make in peoples life is they can not suffer by them having no food, water and money to pay for bills to stay safe in a house. They are trying to inspire people to donate there money to the charity for the children
    4) How can people at home help?
    They can help by donating extra money at there home to let children buy food, water and pay bills for there houses to save the children

  2. Silver: Save the children charity
    1) What problem is this charity trying to solve? This charity is helping children that are not able to get an education or that are not able to protect themselves.
    2) How can the charity help?
    This organisation helps children learn about survival, protection and also give them food and clean water. It also makes sure children have food, healthcare and child protection services.
    3) What difference could it make to people’s lives?
    It can change a persons life massively because children are able to get an education, a family is able to get clean water and food and they learn more about the world they live in. Also, children earn the rights that they are supposed to have as a child.
    4) How can people at home help?
    We can donate money, gifts, clothes, food and learning equipment.

  3. Bronze
    If we did not have values nobody would be kind to each other and nobody will think each other are not special and think nothing is hardly important.
    In COVID19 there was a virus and scientist gather there knowledge to keep people safe from a virus.

  4. BRONZE:
    We need values because if we didn’t have any values this world would of gone crazy ages ago.
    For example:
    TO WORK TOGETHER:
    During the Coronavirus , scientists from all over the world are sharing their knowledge and working as a team to research the virus and make people safe by creating a drug to protect us from the virus.

  5. Bronze
    1) What school values and British values are important to our responsibilities as global citizens?
    We need values because if we don’t nothing would matter and whatever you do will not matter.
    2) Can you think of an example of people meeting a global responsibility?
    During the COVID19 pandemic, scientists from all over the globe are sharing their knowledge and working together to research the virus and make people safe.
    Silver
    The charity is trying to make money to let a child become what they want to be.
    This charity is helping children to rebuild their area.
    This makes a difference to children’s life’s.
    The people can donate money.

  6. Bronze
    1). Kindness , respect , teamwork .
    2) During the COVID19 pandemic, scientists from all over the globe are sharing their knowledge and are working together as a team.
    Silver
    Charity: save children
    1) This charity is trying to save children .
    2) The charity is helping by saving children .
    3). This charity is inspiring other people to help children
    1). Kindness , respect , teamwork .
    2) During the COVID19 pandemic, scientists from all over the globe are sharing their knowledge and are working together as a team.
    Silver
    Charity: save children
    1) This charity is trying to save children .
    2) The charity is helping by saving children.
    3) This charity can inspire people to help children .
    4) people at home can help by sending money to the charity .

  7. Bronze
    1. These school values are important in our responsibilities as global citizens: teamwork, resilience, respect, perseverance, honesty and kindness.
    2. We use respect globally when we visit other countries by respecting that country’s culture, rules and customs.
    Silver
    1. W.W.F – they are trying to stop the destruction of nature and help it to recover.
    2. The charity helps by tackling climate crisis, making our food system sustainable and pressing global movements to commit to tackling the illegal wildlife trade.
    3. It provides emergency aid and restores trees to create a world where forests are expanding which has benefits for all.
    4. We can help by eating more sustainably, by fundraising and volunteering.

    • We use respect globally when we visit other countries by respecting that country’s culture, rules and customs.
      I think this is so important!

      W.W.F. are such a brilliant charity too. I love animals. How does the W.W.F. link with your learning in Science yesterday?

  8. BRONZE: Look at the pictures and information above.
    1) What school values and British values are important to our responsibilities as global citizens?
    The school values and British values are important because if they were not there everyone would not care about any thing.
    2) Can you think of an example of people meeting a global responsibility
    During the COVID19 pandemic, scientists from all over the globe are sharing their knowledge and working together to research the virus and make people safe.
    SILVER: One way we can be responsible global citizens is to be involved with global charities.
    A CHARITY: is an organisation set up to provide help and raise money for those in need. Here are three examples of global charities and their websites. I would like you choose a charity and find out:
    save the children.
    1) What problem is this charity trying to solve?
    They are trying to save children.
    2) How can the charity help?
    they are saving children.
    3) What difference could it make to people’s lives?
    It could inspire people to save children to
    4) How can people at home help?
    They can donate money to them.
    If you know about a different charity you would like to research instead- you can do that!

  9. Bronze
    1) What school values and British values are important to our responsibilities as global citizens?
    The school values and British values are important because if we didn’t have school values nothing will be important. Also the school values and the British values are important to our responsibilities as global citizens because if nobody followed the British values and the school values everywhere would have been chaos.
    2) Can you think of an example of people meeting a global responsibility?
    During the COVID19 pandemic, scientists from all over the globe are sharing their knowledge and working together to research the virus and make people safe.
    Silver
    One way we can be responsible global citizens is to be involved with global charities.
    A charity is an organisation set up to provide help and raise money for those in need. Here are three examples of global charities and their websites. I would like you choose a charity and find out:
    1) What problem is this charity trying to solve?
    2) How can the charity help?
    Charities can help by the putting advertisements about donating to people in need or like donate for zoo keeper to keep the animals safe
    3) What difference could it make to people’s lives?
    The difference it could make to people’s lives is that when you donate money to people in need they can use it to buy food, water and a house to sleep in.
    4) How can people at home help?
    People at home can help by them just give your house to somebody if you still have some much money you can just buy a house, some food or even water. Also if they don’t have a house and your house has an extra room you can invite a person in need a let them sleep in your house.
    If you know about a different charity you would like to research instead you can do that!
    Gold
    Charity Fundraiser Event Poster!
    Imagine year 4 had to plan a charity fundraising event at school for a chosen charity. Make a poster advertising the event, inlclude the following:
    1) The logo of the charity chosen and an explanation of how people’s donations will help.
    2) Describe the activities taking place to collect donations
    (A cake sale? A sponsored event or challenge like a race? A sponsored sing or dance? A fun day with shows and performances, games and competitions, donation stations collecting food, toys and clothes)
    3) Advertise where and when your event is!
    I will send an e-mail.

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