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Supporting schools in developing positive, lifelong habits in children, enabling them to live healthier, happier lives.

Supporting schools in developing positive, lifelong habits in children, enabling them to live healthier, happier lives.
My Wellbeing Activity Pack (KS3)
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My Wellbeing Activity Pack (KS3)

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My Wellbeing is a fourteen page PDF activity booklet, consisting of seven lessons and is recommended for pupils in Key Stage 3. The booklet can be used as a remote learning provision for those pupils that are unable to attend school, in class or as homework. They help pupils learn, reflect and develop lifelong positive habits supporting them deal with change and challenging times. They also provide a safe place for pupils to explore their thoughts and feelings and helps them understand where and how to find help and support if needed. Lessons consist of a variety of teaching and learning activities guiding pupils through the following lessons: Lesson 1 – Be positive, think positive Lesson 2 – Managing change Lesson 3 – Getting to the root of feelings Lesson 4 – Ways to look after yourself Lesson 5 – Making healthy choices Lesson 6 – The importance of sleep Lesson 7 - The benefits of an active lifestyle For more information please visit our website at www.teachinghealthandwellbeing.com
2022 Commonwealth Games Assembly
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2022 Commonwealth Games Assembly

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This 2022 Commonwealth Games assembly is fun and engaging 20-minute PowerPoint presentation that covers: What the Commonwealth is Countries within the Commonwealth What the Commonwealth Games are Where this year’s Games is being held Events being played in this year’s games Please note this is the same assembly that can be found in the **‘2022 Commonwealth Games Activity Pack’ **
2022 Commonwealth Games PowerPoint
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2022 Commonwealth Games PowerPoint

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This is a PowerPoint with additional worksheets for KS2. The PowerPoint inform pupils about events that will be taking place in the 2022 Commonwealth Games. An additional worksheet is provided to lead into a Physical Education lesson where pupils’ complete different physical challenges related to records held from previous Commonwealth Games. The PowerPoint include: • Identify the sports • What three new events Birmingham have chosen to include in the 2022 games • Commonwealth Games records Please note this is the same as lesson 2 that can be found in the **‘2022 Commonwealth Games Activity Pack’ **
Positive Note Cards
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Positive Note Cards

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This is a set of 36 printable positive notes form teacher to pupil. These cards are designed to: Help you build your relationship with your class. Develop your pupils’ self-esteem. Encourage a positive mindset. Motivate positive behaviour. This packet includes: A PDF file with 7 different ideas on how to use these cards with your class. A PDF with 36 black and white positive notes, with 9 notes per page. A few ideas on how to use these notes with your class: Once a week set out the cards on the pupils’ desks at the start of the day face up for them to read as soon as they come in. Set out the cards on the desk face down. Then throughout the lesson you can tell individual pupils or groups to turn them over. Termly give them out to pupils at the end of the day to take home. Hand out one card to every pupil. Then ask them to give their card to another pupil in the class they think that card would apply to.
2022 Commonwealth Games Activity Pack
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2022 Commonwealth Games Activity Pack

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The 2022 Commonwealth Games activity pack is a creative and cross-curricular resource for teachers. Activities include: puzzles, quizzes, crafts, practical games and challenges. **‘2022 Commonwealth Games Activity Pack’ contains: ** • A 20-minute assembly. • A 5-lesson pupil activity booklet (for KS2). • 5 PowerPoints to assist with the delivery of each lesson. Throughout the five lessons, pupils will explore and discover: What the Commonwealth is Countries within the Commonwealth What the Commonwealth Games are Where this year’s Games is being held Events being played in this year’s games Previous records held Values of the Commonwealth Games What the Queen’s Relay Baton is What it takes to be an athlete
KS2 Back Together Post Lockdown Activity Pack
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KS2 Back Together Post Lockdown Activity Pack

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Looking for ways to help your pupils’ transition back into school and reconnect together after lockdown? Bored of PowerPoints? If the answer is yes, then take a look at this ‘Back Together’ post lockdown activity pack. This pack is full of engaging, interactive activities to help your pupils reconnect, process, and recover from isolation and the difficulties of lockdown. KS2 Back Together activity pack contains: A printable ten lesson activity booklet for pupils. Plus, a teachers’ guide, containing lesson plans, printable craft activities and practical lesson ideas. Throughout the ten lessons pupils will be guided through five key topics: Reflect Reflecting and processing what they enjoyed, found hard, learnt, and felt during lockdown. Encouraged to explore their own emotions in a safe supported environment. **Being Together ** Reconnecting with their friends and developing teamwork skills. Resilience Building a strong foundation for improving resilience, by developing persistence and self-esteem. Self-care Learn simple self-care tips to help them lead healthier lives. What’s Next Looking forward and building strong support networks. Let’s help our children to thrive back at school.
KS1 Back Together Post Lockdown Activity Pack
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KS1 Back Together Post Lockdown Activity Pack

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Looking for ways to help your pupils’ transition back into school and reconnect together after lockdown? Through engaging tasks and practical activities KS1 ‘Back Together’ post lockdown activity pack helps pupils reconnect, process, and recover from isolation and the difficulties of lockdown. KS2 Back Together activity pack contains: A printable ten lesson activity booklet for pupils. Plus, a teachers’ guide, containing lesson plans, printable craft activities and practical lesson ideas. Throughout the ten lessons pupils will be guided through five key topics: Reflect Reflecting and processing what they enjoyed, found hard, learnt, and felt during lockdown. Encouraged to explore their own emotions in a safe supported environment. **Being Together ** Reconnecting with their friends and developing teamwork skills. Resilience Building a strong foundation for improving resilience, by developing persistence and self-esteem. Self-care Learn simple self-care tips to help them lead healthier lives. What’s Next Looking forward and building strong support networks. Let’s help children thrive at school!
My Healthy Happy Life Activity Journal (Level Three)
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My Healthy Happy Life Activity Journal (Level Three)

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My Healthy Happy Life Activity Journal Level Three is a fifty-eight PDF practical guide, recommended for pupils in **Year 5. ** The journal builds on pupils’ prior knowledge from level one and two by continuing to develop pupils mental, emotional and physical health and wellbeing. It is full of age and curriculum appropriate activities designed to empower pupils with the knowledge of how to live a healthier, happier life. They are also a safe place for pupils to explore their thoughts and feelings and helps them understand where and how to find help and support if needed. How to Use The complete journal or individual pages can be printed to suit your schools need. It can be used with a whole class to help support the delivery of the health section of the RSHE curriculum or with small groups of children that require extra support developing healthier habits. Chapter One - My Brain and Mind Pupils discover about the importance of taking care of their mind and brain. They develop a greater understanding of the feeling of calm and anxiousness, looking at what causes these feelings and what action can come from them. Pupils continue to develop an understanding of what is safe and appropriate behaviour, strategies for calming down, how to break a worry down and how to talk about their feelings. Within level three pupils also cover persistency and what they can do if they find things hard. Chapter Two – My Nutrition Pupils learn about different food groups, the importance of food labels and how to read them. Also, basic food hygiene including, healthy and unhealthy eating habits, sugar in our foods, energy balance and how what they eat affects their brain. Chapter Three – My Lifestyle Pupils will work through activities that teach them about healthy, lifelong habits. Pupils develop their knowledge on the importance of rest and sleep, spending time outdoors and how being a part of a community contributes to them living a healthier, happier life. Chapter Four – My Safety Here pupils look at the importance of the prevention of ill health by being able to recognise signs and symptoms of ill health early, how to stop the spread of bacteria and viruses, food allergies, and how to make an efficient emergency service call. Chapter Five – My Movement Pupils will learn an appreciation for their bodies, the importance of an active lifestyle and factors that influence their active lifestyle. Pupils will learn about different types of fitness, how to test each type and how to challenge themselves by understanding how to gradually increase the intensity of exercise. If you would like more information please visit our website at www.teachinghealthandwellbeing.com
My Healthy, Happy Life Activity Journal Level Two
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My Healthy, Happy Life Activity Journal Level Two

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My Healthy Happy Life Activity Journal Level Two is a fifty eight page PDF practical guide, recommended for pupils in **Year 4. ** The journal builds on pupils’ prior knowledge from Level One and continues developing their mental, emotional and physical health and wellbeing. It is full of age and curriculum appropriate activities designed to empower pupils with the knowledge of how to live a healthier, happier life. They are also a safe place for pupils to explore their thoughts and feelings and helps them understand where and how to find help and support if needed. How to Use The complete journal or individual pages can be printed to suit your schools need. It can be used with a whole class to help support the delivery of the health section of the RSHE curriculum or with small groups of children that require extra support developing healthier habits. Chapter One – My Brain and Mind This chapter pupils will discover how to keep a healthier, happier mind and brain. Developing a greater understanding of what can cause their own and others’ emotional feelings and how they can affect behaviour. Pupils learn how to recognise the depth of the emotional response and what appropriate and simple strategies they can use to help them. Along with learning that mistakes can be an opportunity to learn. Chapter Two – My Nutrition This chapter teaches pupils how to make healthy food choices and the importance of basic food hygiene. Pupils also look at healthy and unhealthy eating habits, energy balance and how what they eat affects their brain. Chapter Three – My Lifestyle Pupils will learn about healthy, lifelong habits. In Level Two pupils learn how sleep works and how to develop a healthy bedtime routine, an appreciation of being outside, and how our community can have an influence on our thoughts, feelings and behaviour. Chapter Four – My Safety Inside My Safety chapter, pupils will discover ways to keep them safe and help prevent ill health. Pupils learn simple selfcare including, how to recognise when they are unwell, when and how to get help, personal hygiene, keeping hydrated and staying safe in the sun. Chapter Five – My Movement Pupils will learn an appreciation for their bodies and how to take care of them through different types of movement. Pupils learn how a lack of movement could affect their body and their mind and who to talk to if they are worried about their own health. Pupils’ will build on their prior knowledge about fitness and look at basic ways to test their own fitness. For more information please visit our website at www.teachinghealthandwellbeing.com
My Healthy, Happy Mind Activity Journal (Year 4)
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My Healthy, Happy Mind Activity Journal (Year 4)

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My Healthy, Happy Mind is a series of engaging pupil activity journals and lesson plans, written for each year group in Key Stage 2, which support the delivery of the RSHE curriculum. The lessons focus on teaching strategies to help support children’s, emotional literacy, resilience, self-esteem, mental health and ways to seek support when needed. My Healthy, Happy Mind Level 4 has been written for pupils in Year 4 and builds on pupils’ prior knowledge from Level 3. It contains a thirteen-lesson activity journal for pupils with accompanying lesson plans. These include; assessments, printable craft activities, practical games and ideas, all aimed at engaging children of all abilities in creative and reflective learning. The first lesson is a baseline assessment, to assist in assessing and monitoring learning. Throughout the following twelve lessons within Level 4 pupils will discover: Ways to celebrate what makes them special and unique. The benefits of maintaining a healthy mind and how to keep their minds healthy. Ways to make connections between different feelings and different situations. How to recognise and scale their own and other’s feelings. What happens to their brains when their feelings become very strong. That their feelings can affect their actions and to make judgments on if their behaviour is appropriate. That we all have different worries at different times and different ways to reduce worries in different situations. That mistakes are part of learning. How they can persevere when they are finding something hard. The benefit of being part of a community and spending time with other people. What they eat affects how they think and feel. How being tired affects them and what could be affecting their sleep. When and how to find support if they are worried about their own or someone else’s wellbeing. At the end of the journal there is also space for pupils to reflect and explain what they have learnt. The journals and lesson plans are all easily accessible and can be stored for future use by downloading the PDF. Find out more or check out our other resources at www.teachinghealthandwellbeing.com
My Healthy Happy Life Activity Journal Level One
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My Healthy Happy Life Activity Journal Level One

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My Healthy Happy Life Activity Journal Level One is a sixty-page PDF practical guide, recommended for pupils in Year 3. The journal develops pupils mental, emotional and physical health and wellbeing by using a variety of teaching and learning activities. These help pupils learn, reflect and develop lifelong positive habits supporting them to live healthier, happier lives. They are also a safe place for pupils to explore their thoughts and feelings and helps them understand where and how to find help and support if needed. How to Use The complete journal or individual pages can be printed to suit your schools need. It can be used with a whole class to help support the delivery of the health section of the RSHE curriculum or with small groups of children that require extra support developing healthy habits. Chapter One – My Brain and Mind Inside this chapter in level one pupils will discover how to keep a healthier, happier mind. With a strong focus on the understanding of how feelings work and basic strategies to help them deal with strong feelings. Pupils will start to learn how to recognise how their bodies feel when they are worried and what they can do to help themselves. Chapter Two – My Nutrition In chapter two pupils learn the fundamentals of healthy eating habits and introduces the importance of how food affects their bodies, energy levels and brain health. Chapter Three – My Lifestyle Chapter three teaches pupils about healthy lifelong habits, including what habits are, why we need sleep and ideas on what to do if they are having troubles sleeping. This chapter also looks at the importance of spending time outside and introduces the concept of being a part of a community. Chapter Four – My Safety Inside My Safety chapter, pupils will discover ways to keep them safe and help prevent ill health. Pupils learn to use words to describe how their bodies might feel when they are unwell, when and who to ask for help, and personal hygiene. Chapter Five – My Movement In chapter five pupils will learn the importance of daily movement and exercise and how they might feel if they do not move their bodies enough. Pupils will learn that there are different types of fitness and fun ways to explore and challenge themselves. For more information visit our website at www.teachinghealthandwellbeing.com
Building Self-Esteem Activity Booklets
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Building Self-Esteem Activity Booklets

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Are you are looking for ways to encourage your children to build their self-esteem? Then here is a short five page activity booklet recommended for children aged between Ten and Thirteen. This booklet is designed to: Introduce what self-esteem is Provide simple ways to boost self-esteem Help to learn how to flip negative thoughts Practise positive self-talk This is a downloadable document and with each purchase you will be able to download both a PDF and Word Document formats. This provides the benefits of allowing children to print the PDF or type directly onto the word document.
My Sleep Activity Booklet
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My Sleep Activity Booklet

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Educate your children in the importance of sleep and how to develop a healthy bedtime routine with our ‘My Sleep’ seven page activity booklet. This booklet is recommended for children aged between Ten and Thirteen and is designed to: Encourage children to think about how sleep affects their physical and mental health. Explain sleep cycles and what happens when we sleep. Teach children about a healthy bedtime routine. Help children review their current sleep habits and identify positive changes that could be made. This is a downloadable document and with each purchase you will be able to download both a PDF and Word document formats. This provides the benefits of allowing children to print the PDF or type directly onto the Word document.
My Sleep
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My Sleep

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Educate your children in the importance of sleep and how to develop a healthy bedtime routine with our ‘My Sleep’ six page activity booklet. This booklet is recommended for children aged between Eight and Ten and is designed to: Encourage children to think about why sleep is important Explain reasons why it can be hard to fall asleep at times Teach children what might be causing bad dreams and what they can do Help children understand the importance of a good bedtime routine This is a downloadable document and with each purchase you will be able to download both a PDF and Word document formats. This provides the benefits of allowing children to print the PDF or type directly onto the Word document.
My Healthy, Happy Mind Activity Journal (Year 6)
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My Healthy, Happy Mind Activity Journal (Year 6)

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My Healthy, Happy Mind is a series of engaging pupil activity journals and lesson plans, written for each year group in Key Stage 2, which support the delivery of the RSHE curriculum. The lessons focus on teaching strategies to help support children’s, emotional literacy, resilience, self-esteem, mental health and ways to seek support when needed. My Healthy, Happy Mind Level 6 has been written for pupils in Year 6 and builds on pupils’ prior knowledge from Level 3, 4 and 5. It contains a thirteen-lesson activity journal for pupils with accompanying lesson plans. These include; assessments, printable craft activities, practical games and ideas, all aimed at engaging children of all abilities in creative and reflective learning. The first lesson is a baseline assessment, to assist in assessing and monitoring learning. Throughout the following twelve lessons within Level 6 pupils will discover: Difference between mental and physical health and the importance of looking after both. The benefits of a growth mindset and how to develop one. How to prepare and embrace hormone changes that affect their emotions. Strategies to help them manage their thoughts and feelings about change. About comfort zones and the importance of stepping out of it to learn new skills. What stress is and ways to manage it. Difference between healthy and unhealthy friendship and how to build healthy onces. The benefits of helping others and how they can help others more. What healthy and unhealthy habits are affecting their mental health. The importance of a bedtime routine and what makes a good one. The importance of having hobbies throughout life. How to create and use support networks. At the end of the journal there is also space for pupils to reflect and explain what they have learnt. The journals and lesson plans are all easily accessible and can be stored for future use by downloading the PDF. You can find out more or check out other resources we offer on our website at https://www.teachinghealthandwellbeing.com
My Healthy, Happy Mind Activity Journal  (Year 5)
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My Healthy, Happy Mind Activity Journal (Year 5)

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My Healthy, Happy Mind is a series of engaging pupil activity journals and lesson plans, written for each year group in Key Stage 2, which support the delivery of the RSHE curriculum. The lessons focus on teaching strategies to help support children’s, emotional literacy, resilience, self-esteem, mental health and ways to seek support when needed. My Healthy, Happy Mind **Level 5 **has been written for pupils in Year 5 and builds on pupils’ prior knowledge from Level 3 and 4. It contains a thirteen-lesson activity journal for pupils with accompanying lesson plans. These include; assessments, printable craft activities, practical games and ideas, all aimed at engaging children of all abilities in creative and reflective learning. The first lesson is a baseline assessment, to assist in assessing and monitoring learning. Throughout the following twelve lessons within Level 5 pupils will discover: Ways to celebrate what makes them special and unique. The importance of taking care of their mental wellbeing as well as their physical wellbeing. What can cause them to feel anxious and how this can affect their actions. How to judge whether their responses are appropriate and practical steps to help them calm down when they feel anxious. That their friendships can affect their own and other’s mental health. How to talk about their emotions and the benefits of talking. The importance of persistency and practical strategies they can use when they feel like giving up. That what they eat can affect how they feel, behave and learn. The importance of sufficient good quality sleep for their mental and physical health and wellbeing. The importance of taking time to rest and relax. The benefits of spending time outdoors on their mental wellbeing and happiness. The mental and physical benefits of an active lifestyle and the risks associated with an inactive lifestyle. How and where to seek support if they are worried about their health. How to create and use support networks. At the end of the journal there is also space for pupils to reflect and explain what they have learnt. The journals and lesson plans are all easily accessible and can be stored for future use by downloading the PDF. Find out more or check our my other resources at https://www.teachinghealthandwellbeing.com/my-brain-and-mind
My Healthy, Happy Mind Activity Journal (Year 3)
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My Healthy, Happy Mind Activity Journal (Year 3)

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My Healthy, Happy Mind is a series of engaging pupil activity journals and lesson plans, written for each year group in Key Stage 2, which support the delivery of the RSHE curriculum. The lessons focus on teaching strategies to help support children’s, emotional literacy, resilience, self-esteem, mental health and ways to seek support when needed. My Healthy, Happy Mind Level 3 has been written for pupils in Year 3 and contains a thirteen-lesson activity booklet for pupils with accompanying lesson plans. These include; assessments, printable craft activities, practical games and ideas, all aimed at engaging children of all abilities in creative and reflective learning. The first lesson is a baseline assessment, to assist in assessing and monitoring learning. Throughout the following twelve lessons within Level 3 pupils will discover: What makes them unique and to respect their own and others’ differences. That keeping a healthy mind helps them to make healthy choices and ways to help them keep their minds healthy. That there is a normal range of emotions, that they could feel in different situations and to recognise and talk about these emotions. That their feelings can affect their actions and practical strategies to help them calm down and feel better. How to scale what they are feeling and how to judge whether their behaviour is appropriate and proportionate. How important friendships are in making us feel happy and how to build healthy friendships. To identify how the body feels when they are worried and ways to help them deal with their worries. That their mind enjoys learning and being challenged and that mistakes are part of the learning process. The mental and physical benefits of healthy eating habits and risks associated with unhealthy eating habits. The importance of healthy sleeping habits and ways to help them get better quality sleep. The basic benefits of movement for their body and mind and different ways they can move their bodies in different places. When and how to find support if they are worried about their own or someone else’s wellbeing. At the end of the journal there is also space for pupils to reflect and explain what they have learnt. The journals and lesson plans are all easily accessible and can be stored for future use by downloading the PDF. Find out more or check out our other resources at www.teachinghealthandwellbeing.com
My Healthy Happy Life Activity Journal (Level Four)
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My Healthy Happy Life Activity Journal (Level Four)

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My Healthy Happy Life Activity Journal Level Four is a fifty eight page PDF practical guide, recommended for pupils in **Year 6. ** The journal builds on pupils’ prior knowledge from Level One, Two and Three by continuing to develop pupils mental, emotional and physical health and wellbeing. It is full of age and curriculum appropriate activities designed to empower pupils with the knowledge of how to live a healthy happy life. They are also a safe place for pupils to explore their thoughts and feelings and helps them understand where and how to find help and support if needed. How to Use The complete journal or individual pages can be printed to suit your schools need. It can be used with a whole class to help support the delivery of the health section of the RSHE curriculum or with small groups of children that require extra support developing healthy habits. Chapter One – My Brain and Mind This chapter pupils will learn about ways of taking care of their mind and brain. They are gradually introduced to mental health, hormones and how our body responds when we feel under pressure. They develop a greater understanding of the feelings of others, ways to manage change and how to work through their worries by becoming a problem solver. Chapter Two – My Nutrition In level four pupils discover the amazing power of food and what it can do for their body. Pupils reinforce their knowledge of reading food labels, making healthy choices and how their eating habits affect both their physical and mental health. Pupils are then given the opportunity to apply all this knowledge when creating a healthy eating plan. Chapter Three – My Lifestyle In this chapter pupils will work through activities that teach them about healthy, lifelong habits. Pupils continue to develop their knowledge on the importance of sleep, spending time outdoors and how being a part of a community contributes to them living a healthier, happier life. Chapter Four – My Safety Here pupils learn to recognise ways their bodies change and who to talk to if they have any concerns. They look at ways to keep safe with basic first aid, an understanding of immunisations, vaccinations, and the dangers of illegal substances. Chapter Five – My Movement Pupils learn an appreciation for their bodies, the importance of an active lifestyle and the risks of an inactive lifestyle. They review and plan ways to increase daily movement and weekly exercise. Pupils start preparing for Key Stage Three and develop knowledge about different types of fitness and how they are tested. For more information please visit our website at www.teachinghealthandwellbeing.com