Links to free to use PSHE interactive resources, games, lesson plans, quizzes and printable activities, covering, Foundation/Pre-school, key stages 1 & 2, grades 1-6, ages 3-11 years. Teachers and parents, use the activities in school or at home with your children.
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Be Bright, Be Seen Interactive
In this game, children decide whether a series of pedestrians walking during the day and at night are wearing the right clothes to make sure that they can be seen by other road users.
The 'Five A Day' Song Video
Barnaby Bear is at a primary school singing a song about eating Five a Day. The catchy song promotes eating five pieces of fruit or vegetables a day in order to keep fit and healthy. The song also promotes handwashing before eating food and good hygiene.
Champions Of Change Download
BBC Children in Need and Lloyds Bank have joined forces to create Champions of Change, a unique education initiative tailored for early years, primary and secondary schools, allowing young people to take the lead in fundraising – it’s strictly by children, for children!
Feeling Sad Video
Fred is feeling confused about his feelings and is transported to a doctors' surgery which is inside his own head. The doctor shows Fred images of children displaying different emotions - excited, worried, frightened, sad, happy and loving. The 'doctor' asks Fred to chose which one he would like to look like. Fred then thinks of ways he could feel happy and be more loving.
Role-Play Resources Printable
A selection of printable role-play resources that will help to inspire socio-dramatic and free-flow play within your early years setting.
Healthy Food For Kids Text
Imagine if your body was a fancy sports car. What kind of fuel would you put in it? Would you give it the best fuel you could buy or whatever was around? Your body actually is a little like a sports car. When you give your body good food every day, you have energy to grow and play. You get sick less often. You grow and become strong. If you give your body poor fuel, it won’t work as well. You might have less energy or get sick more often.