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“The Lady Who Dared” is an active learning resource covering Citizenship, English, History and RSHE. It explores the issues and history of women’s rights, equality and the right to vote.
Students will have the opportunity:
• to debate
• to form and justify their own opinions
• to write in many formats
• to experience a verbatim theatre script
• to reflect actively through collective voice on their learning
• to gain an understanding of the life of ordinary people just before WW1
• to start to understand issues of gender equality
• to gain an understanding of the fight for suffrage in Britain and the importance of voting
• to understand Britain’s parliament today
Year 6 teacher says: "The children have enjoyed many aspects of the project, but especially the opportunity to work as real historians, analysing primary sources of evidence to formulate opinions and answer questions. They have been shocked, amazed and inspired at different points in Miss Outram’s story; wondered at her courage and resilience despite the obstacles she faced and marvelled at her steadfastness. “The Lady Who Dared” has given our children a new appreciation for ordinary people who have made, and continue to make, a difference in our everyday lives. "

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