Choices And Friendships KS2 PSHE. Links to free to use resources to help when learning about moral choices, friendships and bullying.
Fantastic You Lesson Plan
Create a sense of self awareness amongst your pupils as they set out on a journey of self discovery through each of the activities. Lesson plan with associated resources.
Favourites Bingo Lesson Plan
A lesson plan by Katie Pullman to encourage new friendships by children finding out more about each other in a fun way.
How To Keep A Friendship Video
Megan and Jess are friends. Megan puts clips in her friend's hair and they laugh at the feather boas they put on. At school they try out for the relay team. Jess is the faster runner but she slows down to let her friend win. They are both selected for the school team and during the main race, Jess finally runs her fastest and beats Megan. Jess becomes popular with her classmates, which makes Megan unsure about how to handle her friend’s popularity as her mother is always pushing her to be the best.
Making Friends Interactive
Meet Tommy who has trouble making friends and find out what makes you a good friend.
Nifty Gear Multi Media
Registration required, resources are free. A selection of tools to help with citizenship and decision making. Select 'Nifty Gear' in the teachers section menu.
Personal Responsibility Viideo
An exploration of the concept of personal responsibility using an ancient parable about a scorpion that stings a frog. This encourages children to consider whether we are able to change our nature and if not, whether we are responsible for our actions. This uses a combination of animated parables with live action discussions with children, and is adapted from Peter Worley’s 'The If Machine'.
BBC Children in Need appeal week starts on 14 November - but the fun begins now! First, order your Spotacular Fundraising Kit by 16 September to be in with the chance of winning a visit from Pudsey Bear. Then, kick start the excitement and get your whole school on-board! You’ll find everything you need right here to start spreading the word and planning your fundraising. And don't forget to come back in September when we’ll have all the downloadable resources, lesson-plans and handy tips you’ll need for a spot (or two) of fundraising