Wellbeing: Getting to know me

Developing a sense of identity; understanding strengths and the different groups and communities we belong to. Reflecting on what makes us special, helping those around us, our mental and physical health.

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Lesson 1: Wonderful me! Who am I?

Children explore their identity by considering the groups and communities that they are a part of and what they like, before using this to write a kenning style poem about themselves.

Lesson 2: People around me: Communication

Children reflect on different ways of communicating and investigate what makes a good listener and why this is important.

Learning Objective

To listen and communicate effectively

Lesson 3: Meaning and purpose: My superpowers

By thinking about real and fictional superheroes, children identify and celebrate their strengths as well as consider ways that they can help other people.

Lesson 4: Resilience: Breaking down barriers

Following the example of a well-known book character, pupils look at how they can break problems down into small, achievable goals.

Lesson 5: Healthy body, healthy brain: My healthy diary

Reflecting on the importance of diet, exercise and rest on the body, children create their own healthy diary for the week.

Lesson 6: Relaxation: Stretches

By imitating the shapes of animals, children explore different stretches to help to ease tension in the body and aid relaxation.

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