Learning to have compassion towards others is an important life quality to develop within children. In this lesson, children will develop empathy towards other people and their situation or reasons for doing something.
They will explore why people choose to take part in protests and why this action in itself can be polarising and divisive.
This lesson is a thought-provoking way of encouraging children to see compassion in action. It will also touch on consequences of actions and human rights.
What they’ll learn
- The importance of having compassion towards others
- Shared responsibilities we all have for caring for other people and living things
- Consequences of not adhering to rules and laws
- Recognising there are human rights that are there to protect everyone