Keep Safe And Healthy KS1 PSHE. Links to free to use teaching resources.
Crossing Roads Video
In this film, while playing dress up, pupils learn how to cross the road safely using the Stop, Look, Listen, Think sequence.
Cycling Safety Video
The presenter goes to buy a bicycle for a race. A bike shop assistant guides him through various styles of bicycle, introducing him to different styles to suit different terrains. She reminds him of the importance of always wearing a cycle helmet and helps him choose an appropriate one, and helps him to buy protective clothing.
Explanation - Wobbly Teeth Video
Three children show and discuss their wobbly teeth. They visit an aquarium and find out about shark teeth and talk about the differences between shark and human teeth.
Learning To Cycle Safely Video
Pupils practise cycling in the school playground before progressing to quiet, local roads. They learn to cycle in the safest road position - not too close to the gutter or too far out in the road. They also find out how to signal safely, check for traffic, identify road hazards such as speed bumps, and the importance of the 'lifesaver look'.
Road Safety Posters Printable
Download and print these road safety posters for display on noticeboards, in entrance halls, and anywhere your target audience will see them (where you have permission to display posters). They can also be used online.
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.
The Dangers Of Electricity Video
The dangers of approaching a powerful source of electricity are demonstrated. Includes images of dangerous sources of electricity which children may see in their local environment.