Resources: See below
What to do:
After the passing of Queen Elizabeth the second on Thursday 8th September lots of schools will want to share the news and memory of the longest reigning British Monarch with their students.
Below I have found some resources for you to use. All fully referenced and all credit to their kind owners.
Resources for schools/MATs/Dioceses now live at https://t.co/YbzxdWxjxM
With deep sadness, prayers and encouragement for all leading our schools through this deeply sad and significant moment for all our children, families, staff and communities ❤️ 🙏 https://t.co/SLxE8aHyc3 pic.twitter.com/vYtHBXdYYG
— CofE Education (@CofE_Education) September 8, 2022
Queen Elizabeth assembly if you want something: https://t.co/JnIV4gg9GI
— Southgloshead (@Southgloshead) September 8, 2022
— Andrew Moffat (@moffat_andrew) September 8, 2022
There are some teacher folk out here that may be expected to do some form of assembly tomorrow in the Queen’s passing.
— CM Dan Hazza (@CmHazza) September 8, 2022
I’ve prepared an assembly and info sheet that we will be using tomorrow, plus an FAQ. I have attached the link below if you think it might be useful. pic.twitter.com/yQuSetWDcc
— Simon Beale (@SPBeale) September 8, 2022
Image below by @ SPBeale
— Helen Ralston (@ralston_h) September 8, 2022
I have created a lesson for our History groups looking at at the life of Queen Elizabeth II which we will deliver from tomorrow. It may be of use to you. https://t.co/JlbYhhpQ6V
— Ross Perkins 🇺🇦 (@MrRPerkins) September 8, 2022
CBBC newsround tribute to the queen. May be something you want to show your tutor groups tomorrow. https://t.co/jwZUQNTTaz
— L A U R A 🌍 (@missgeog92) September 8, 2022
Incase it is helpful to anyone else… how to talk to children pic.twitter.com/WaWj8gbmOG
— Claire Bills 🙋 (@clairelbills) September 8, 2022
For schools next week, the HA have just released for all to access, many resources about Queen Elizabeth and her life https://t.co/wV0zOGnvsY— Jenny Nicholls (@JennyNicholls8) September 9, 2022