Suggested HWB Experiences & Outcomes

  • I understand that there are people I can talk to and that there are a number of ways in which I can gain access to practical and emotional support to help me and others in a range of circumstances. HWB 0-03a
  • I know that friendship, caring, sharing, fairness, equality and love are important in building positive relationships. As I develop and value relationships, I care and show respect for myself and others. HWB 0-05a
  • I understand the positive things about friendships and relationships but when something worries or upsets me I know who I should talk to. HWB 0-44b
  • I know that there are people in our lives who care for and look after us and I am aware that people may be cared for by parents, carers or other adults. HWB 0-45a

Suggested Learning Intentions

  • To know that family and friends are important to health and wellbeing.
  • To begin to understand what is required to form good friendships.
  • To know who can help them when they are worried or upset.

Suggested Success Criteria (I can...)

  • Describe people who are special to me at home and school. HWB 0-03a
  • Discuss what makes someone a good friend. HWB 0-05a
  • Identify people who can help me when I am worried or upset.HWB 0-44b
  • Appreciate that everyone comes from different kinds of families. HWB 0-45a

Suggested Learning Experiences

  • Draw round hand and for each finger draw/write names of people who are special to them at home and at school. Discuss why they are special, thinking about what they do and how they make you feel.
  • Create a wall display using photos/drawings/paintings of people who are special to them.
  • Make a friendship tree with photos of children and a quality of that person on each of the leaves.
  • Draw the things that people do to help them at home: - cook, clean, buy clothes, and discuss how we know that these people love and care for us and what we can do to show we love them in return.
  • Look at pictures of children playing happily together – consider how we know they are happy and having fun.
  • Provide opportunities for children to play and work together to develop their social skills and confidence eg, role-play, playground games.
  • Make a friendship stop for children to visit if they need a friend to play with in the playground.
  • Create a buddy system to encourage children to look out for each other (may be useful for transition from nursery to primary; children staying in nursery could pair up with ‘new children’ to help them settle in.
  • Talk about who their friends are and what makes them a good friend.
  • Virtual classroom activities created by HWB team at Alexander Peden