Fulfilled Lives

Fulfilled Lives: give children the skills they need to be happier, healthier and kinder.

Fulfilled Lives lesson planning packs with resources for teaching KS1 and KS2 children how to live a fulfilling life by being kind. Give your pupils the skills and knowledge to live happy, purposeful and rewarding lives. Challenge children to consider what the things are which truly make them happy, and teach them how living in a way which helps other fellow citizens is for the greater good of all, including future generations.

These fulfilled lives mini-schemes of work for Key Stages 1 and 2 are perfect for teaching separately as standalone units of work, but they also form part of our larger Education for Social Responsibility curriculum for the whole school.

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  • Being Kind to You and Me

    Being Kind to You and Me

    Year 1

    Year 2

    KS1

    This three-lesson ESR scheme of work helps your class identify different ways we can be kind to one another and the effects that this kindness has on other people and ourselves. Children will think about the difference between a kind and an unkind ac... Read More

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  • What is Happiness?

    What is Happiness?

    Year 3

    Year 4

    KS2

    Challenge your children to define what happiness is and identify the things in their lives that make them happy with this ‘What is Happiness?’ scheme of work for Year 3/4. With plenty of thought-provoking questions, your children will consider th... Read More

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  • What is Wealth?

    What is Wealth?

    Year 5

    Year 6

    KS2

    Challenge your class to examine the concept of wealth, and how money and possessions should not be the only indicators of a successful, fulfilled life in this ‘What is Wealth?’ Scheme of work for Year 5/6. Children will first learn about alternat... Read More

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