Lesson plans and ideas


Key stage 1 (England & Wales, Northern Ireland), Nursery & P1-P2 (Scotland)
4 – 7 years old

Florence Nightingale
Great fire of London – female firefighters

Our homes – domestic work

 

Key stage 2 (England & Wales, Northern Ireland), P3-P6 (Scotland)
7 – 11 years old

Ancient Egypt – Cleopatra
Ancient Greeks – Athenian & Spartan women
Britain since 1948 – Immigrant nurses
Tudor Exploration – Elizabeth I
Victorians – rich Victorian girls
WW2 – Women and war
WW1 – Women and memorials
Indus Valley – An Indus Mother Goddess?

 

Key stage 3 (England & Wales, Northern Ireland), P7-S2 (Scotland)
11 – 14 years old

Medieval Monarchs – Matilda
Peace in Northern Ireland – Women’s Coalition for Northern Ireland
 


Key stage 4 (England & Wales, Northern Ireland), S3-S4 (Scotland)
14 – 16 years old

If you would like to contribute lesson plans for 14 – 16 year olds, please contact us.


ESOL

Level 1

 

Copyright:

Some of the materials provided with the lesson plans include images that are not the copyright of Women’s History Month. Effort has been made to locate the copyright holders in order to obtain the appropriate permissions and correctly attribute them. We welcome any information that would help us with this. Anyone maintaining that they own, or have rights to, copyright to materials that are not correctly credited, is asked to contact Women’s History Month immediately.

The lesson plans contain material from the National Curriculum (OPSI and Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency).  Women’s History Month has not approached the DfE for endorsement of the lesson plans.

Terms and Conditions:

Women’s History Month advises teachers to check the accuracy and suitability of all worksheets and lesson plans before using them with their class. Women’s History Month does not accept responsibility for any consequences arising from the use of the information contained in the lesson plan materials.

Comments:

Women’s History Month would welcome any comments from readers who think improvements could be made to the lesson plans.

 
 
 

 

Advertisements