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Meaning and Root Words
What can you discover about this word? To get you started: ORIGIN: late Middle English (also in the sense ‘shut in’): from Latin - includere, from in- ‘into’ + claudere ‘to shut.’

Integrated Values and Divinity Presentation: Divinity/Religious Instruction
LO's for Inclusiveness: 
  • Distinguish between inclusive and exclusive attitudes.
  • Learn that inclusive helps create a community.
  • Understand being inclusive can have PMI's.
LO's for Values:
  • That values help us to stand tall and strong when others fall over.
  • That values enable us to become people who can lead.
  • That we can see different points of views (POV) about values.
Videos and Media:
Check out this video "The Race"
  • Who were the winners in the race? (Hint there is more than one winner)
  • How does the person who designed the video get you into empathising with the actors (look at visuals and sound)?
  • Why not add to your "Learning Blog" a reflection on this value.
Activities: Health and Values Education Posters Banners and Resources
Values lessons activites and ideas

  • Take a Picture - Create a short 30sec video. Upload these to our media gallery on the topic of inclusiveness. A picture can say a thousand words apparently - maybe even one from your class activity or camp.
  • Watch the "The Race" movie above. Use less than 30 words to retell the important message of this video?
  • What are the five most important things about inclusiveness.. make a drama to tell these, a song, a picture, a poster etc. Communicate your 5!
  • Write in your blog about how you show inclusiveness at home and school. What could be your next step in showing inclusiveness?
  • Why not write a guest blog for your schools "I saw something positive" blog? Just spotting someone showing inclusiveness and write about it. Send it to Mr Grieve for checking and publishing.
  • How does inclusiveness connect with your school-wide year theme? Write a paragraph about this.
  • Take a Picture - Create a short 30sec video - a movie trailer that represents the value.
  • Do a PMI on inclusiveness.
  • Upload pictures to our media gallery on the topic of inclusiveness. A picture can say a thousand words apparently - maybe even one from your class activity.
  • Music: Create a short piece of music telling a tale of inclusiveness. Write or narrate an explanation.
  • Poster-Banner-Drawing-Presentation: Create a piece of artwork or presentation promoting the value. Check out good design principles here.
  • iPad Activity: Use Puppetpals, Toontastic, DoodleCast Pro, EduCreations etc to create a short play/story of characters showing the value. Scenes from school, at a birthday party, at sports etc.
  • iPad Activity: Create a poem exploring the value. Use an iPad app to record it for playback.
Games you can play.
  • Circle Link - Get in a group circle. Link hands randomly across the circle and try to unlink. Unpack. How did this represent inclusiveness?

Write a Poem
Check out this one in Mr Grieve's Blog: Lines from the Mind

Bible Verses, stories and Values
Look through this presentation for the inclusiveness section.