Keep Safe And Healthy KS1 PSHE. Links to free to use teaching resources.
10 Anti-bullying colouring printable pages.
Carol And Tony Interactive
Read along to a story about Carol and Tony. Follow them as they walk to school with their mum and learn about road safety and the Green Cross Code: stop, look, listen and think!
Cycling Safety Video
Four cycling safety videos.
Good And Bad Food Choices Video
A young boy learns about the negative impact of bad food choices. The main character, Tommy, is given money by his mum to buy a piece of fruit after school. He listens to his friends and goes to the chip shop instead. He then disappears into an alien world, where he is taught about the negative impact of bad food choices. Animation.
How Much Should We Eat? Quiz
Food is very important if we want to stay healthy. Eating too little is not good for us. We need enough good food and clean water to grow and to stay healthy. In some parts of the world people don't get the right amount. They are short of food and water. But eating too much is not good for us either. We all need to get the balance right. At school, you have probably learned that people need the right amount of food if they are to stay healthy.
Missing Words Interactive
Can you find out which words are missing in this interactive story game? Missing Words is part of the Be Safe, Be Seen programme, which is about keeping safe at night. (Ages 4-7)