Slides – Learning area 5 - Equality and Human Rights Commission

Learning area 5
Job done!
What have I learnt?
• We’ve been doing a lot of
learning about the world of
work and futures.
• Now we are going to
reflect on what we have
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What have I learnt?
• What do you think / feel that you didn’t
think before?
• What do you know now that you didn’t
know before?
• What are you going to learn more about in
the future?
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What have I learnt?
• Did you find any of the jobs
• Can you describe that job?
• What sort of people do the job?
• What do you have to do to get
this kind of job? (For example,
do you have to go to
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Talking heads
• What have you learnt?
• How will it benefit you in the future?
• Write your answers in your ‘talking head’.
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What we have learnt
• There are similarities and differences
between everybody.
• We are all special individuals.
• Different things contribute to our identity,
including our membership of different
• Hopes and dreams are shared by children
of all identities.
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What we have learnt
• Everybody deserves the same
opportunities in life.
• Nobody should be limited by their
identity when thinking about jobs or
education (for example, by race,
disability, age, gender or religion).
• You don’t have to do the same
things that your parents or carers
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What we have learnt
• It is not right to stereotype or to
discriminate against people because of
who they are.
• There’s no such thing as a job that’s ‘just
for boys’ or ‘just for girls’. Race, religion or
disability should not stop us from
achieving the job we want to do.
• You have to work hard to get what you
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What we have learnt
• There are thousands of different
and exciting jobs out there, lots of
which you can see examples of in
the local community.
• Different jobs have different
features and these will suit
different people.
• Everybody has different skills and
these skills might mean they are
really well suited to certain jobs.
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What we have learnt
• There are different pathways
to reaching the various
different jobs out there. These
include college, university and
• There are lots of different
reasons for working.
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What we have learnt
 Sometimes, because of different
reasons, some people may choose not
to work.
 Nowadays, many people combine work
and caring for children or older relatives
and many jobs offer flexible working
opportunities to support this.
 Jobs have changed a lot over history.
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What we have learnt
• Sometimes people work for reasons other
than getting money (for example, working
for a charity because they believe in the
work the charity is doing, or working to get
• We should all try to do our best in
whatever it is we do.
• Jobs don‘t have to be for life.
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Job done – school play
• We’re going to put on a play for the rest of
the school about what we’ve learnt about
the world of work and education through
Equal Choices, Equal Chances.
• It’s important that our play shows that
everybody has the right to the same
opportunities in learning and work.
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Job done
• You’ve done some brilliant work for Equal
Choices, Equal Chances.
• You’ve learnt so much about jobs and
• Well done!
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