In this lesson, you will be talking about feelings and how people respond to them. You will meet Bobby and friends who will talk to you about how they feel and what they do when they feel different emotions. At the end you'll write a letter to one of Bobby's friends to help her feel better.
Unit Overview: It's OK not to be OK!
In today's lesson we will be exploring anger and how to deal with it. Bobby is annoyed and frustrated with some of his friends and needs your help to deal with this problem. Help him by designing a cool down corner where he can go to relax, be calm and find inner peace.
Today's lesson will focus on bullying. We will look at the different types of bullying, how to deal with them and who to speak to if you are being bullied. You will listen to the story of Willy the Wimp who learns to be brave and to stand up to the Suburban Gorilla Gang. Would you do the same if you were in Willy's position?
In this lesson we will be talking about worries and how to deal with them. We'll be reading a story about an anxious little boy called Billy and how he learns to deal with his worries. Remember, it is always a good idea to share your worries just like Billy does. He shares them with his parents and his worry doll. You'll be making some worry dolls of your own. So let's get started!
In this lesson you will be learning about how to keep calm and carry on. We will be thinking about objects and materials which make us feel happy and at peace. You will then make a happiness box into which you can add all these materials.
Units in RSHE (PSHE)
- Me, you and us!
- Forever friends
- Happy Families
- I know my rights!
- Stop the spread!
- It's OK not to be OK!
- Stop, think, stay safe!
- Lockdown capsule