Presentation on theme: "Changing bodies and personal hygiene Sarah knows that her body is growing and becoming more mature. She enjoys this happening but she is becoming very."— Presentation transcript:
Changing bodies and personal hygiene Sarah knows that her body is growing and becoming more mature. She enjoys this happening but she is becoming very aware that she smells differently even though she washes regularly. She is worried that others have noticed and is too embarrassed to talk about this to anyone. 1 What is happening to Sarah? 2 Who might she talk to? 3 What could she do? 4 What advice would you give her?
More than friends? Aaron and Sadie are in Year 5 and have been friends since they were in Reception. Aaron has started to really fancy Sadie and doesn’t know what to do as Sadie seems unaware of any change in him and their friendship. He usually tells her everything but doesn’t want to lose her friendship. 1 What is happening here and what could happen next? 2 What do you think Aaron is feeling? 3 What advice would you give Aaron? 4 How does this scenario make you feel? 5 What have you learnt from this activity?
Someone to talk to Katrina is 10 and lives with her dad and younger brother. Her mum died of cancer a year ago. She knows she needs to wear a bra and could start her periods soon. She gets on well with her dad but is too embarrassed to talk to him about this. 1 How do you think Katrina is feeling? 2 What do you think she could do? 3 How does this scenario make you feel?
Please stop smoking Layla is very worried about her parents because they smoke. At school she has been learning how smoke harms the body and she wants them to stop. She decides to tell them how she feels. 1 What might happen when Layla talks to her parents? 2 What might her parents say? 3 What advice would you give Layla? 4 Do you think they will stop smoking?
Just vegetables Sophie’s best friend Lizzie is vegetarian. Everyone in Lizzie’s family is vegetarian and Sophie loves the food she has when she goes there for a sleepover. At dinner she tells her family that she intends to be vegetarian from now on. Her dad laughs at her and tells her not to be so daft. 1 What is happening in this scenario? 2 How is Sophie feeling and thinking? 3 What are her dad and the rest of her family thinking? 4 What problems could arise from Sophie’s decision? 5 What could Sophie do next?
Healthy Eating 1 Luke and Margie are on their way home from school when they find some money on the pavement. They are very hungry and there is enough money to buy burgers and chips. When they get home Mum has a wonderful meal ready for them and looks very happy. They are feeling very full. 1 What is happening here? 2 What is Mum thinking and feeling? 3 What are the children thinking and feeling? 4 What do you think will happen next?
Healthy Eating 2 Because Ravi doesn’t like school dinners his mum decides to make him a packed lunch. She puts some vegetable curry and chapatti with mango chutney in a special little tiffin tin. When he opens it the children on his table laugh at his tin and the food he has brought. 1 Why do the children laugh? 2 What is Ravi thinking and feeling? 3 What could happen next? 4 How could the school respond to this situation? 5 What advice would you give to Ravi?
Alcohol dare Rosie and Lewis are home alone while their parents are out shopping. They dare each other to drink some vodka. It tastes horrible so they mix it with coke and finish the bottle. Lewis falls asleep and won’t wake up. Rosie feels very dizzy and ill. 1 What is happening in this scenario 2 What could happen next? 3 What should Rosie do? 4 How do you think their parents will feel when they return? 5 What advice would you give to Rosie and Lewis? 6 What advice would you give to their parents?