No Outsiders

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At Darnhall, we use the No Outsiders scheme to:

  • Teach children about the Equality Act 2010 and British Values 
  • Reduce vulnerability to radicalisation and extremism 
  • Prepare children for a life in modern Britain
  • Teach children to be proud of who they are while recognising and celebrating difference and diversity 
  • Develop resilience in children 
  • Create a positive school ethos where everyone feels they belong 

The No Outsiders scheme uses a selection of 35 books, covering Early Years to Y6, selected to support primary schools to develop a curriculum response to the Equality Act 2010. The titles in this book pack encourage children to explore identities and focus on diversity as a whole.

Our aim is for children to leave primary school happy and excited about living in a community full of difference and diversity, whether that difference is through ethnicity, gender, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or religion.

 

 

           
 Year Group

                Book

                 Theme

 

Reception

Mommy, Mama and Me

You Choose

Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly

Amazing


 

 

 

  • To say what I think
  • To understand it’s ok to like different things
  • To make friends with someone different 
  • To understand that all families are different
  • To celebrate my family

 

Years 1 and 2

Dogs Don't do Ballet

That’s Not How You Do It

Max the Champion

What the Jackdaw Saw

Blown Away

The Ten Pirates

My World Your World 

Elmer

The Odd Egg

The First Slodge


 

 

  • To understand that our bodies work in different ways
  • To be able to work with everyone in my class
  • To understand what diversity is
  • To feel proud of being different
  • To know when to be assertive
  • To like the way I am
  • To play with boys and girls
  • To understand we share the world with lots of people
  • To understand how we share the world
  • To understand what makes someone feel proud

 

Years 3 and 4

The New Jumper 

King and King

Alien Nation 

My Princess Boy

Red 

The Cow Who Climbed a Tree

The Way Back Home

Wonder

 

  • To understand gender equality and stereotype
  • To overcome language as a barrier
  • To be who you want to be
  • To promote diversity

 

Years 5 and 6

The Island

Pride

And Tango Makes 3

How to Heal a Broken Wing

Alien Nation (Gender identity) 

Dreams of Freedom
  • To recognise when someone needs help
  • To accept people who are different to me
  • To challenge the causes of racism

 

 

Contact Us: Darnhall Primary School Sandyhill Road, Winsford, Cheshire CW7 1JL

Tel: 01606 593315 General enquiries please contact the office.

Email: contact@darnhall.cheshire.sch.uk