Suggested HWB Experiences & Outcomes
- I know and can demonstrate how to keep myself and others safe and how to respond in a range of emergency situations. HWB 0-17a
- I can describe some of the kinds of work that people do and I am finding out about the wider world of work. HWB 0-20a
- I can show ways of getting help in unsafe situations and emergencies. HWB 0-42a
- I understand there are things I should not touch or eat and how to keep myself safe, and I am learning what is meant by medicines and harmful substances. HWB 0-38a
Suggested Learning Intentions
- To understand the importance of being safe and secure.
- To recognise that risky/unsafe behaviour can be harmful to their health and wellbeing.
Suggested Success Criteria (I can...)
- Give examples of ways in which I can help keep myself and others safe at home and nursery/ school. HWB 0-17a
- Describe people who can keep me safe at home and nursery/ school. HWB 0-20a
- Identify safe things to do for handling situations where medicines or drugs are involved.HWB 0-38a
- Identify people, places and things and say what makes them safe, unsafe or risk.HWB 0-42a
Suggested Learning Experiences
- Circle time activities – talk about what makes them feel frightened, scared, safe, unsafe.
- Create a ‘keeping safe’ rule book/floor book, displaying pictures of children behaving safely, people who keep them safe and safe places.
- Construct a collage or wall display about keeping safe in different situations eg, on the road, outside playing, in school, in the garden etc.
- Invite people in the community to visit the class eg, fire service, police, road safety officer to talk about their role in keeping people safe.
- Identify images of safe/unsafe behaviours and discuss what makes them safe/unsafe.
- Discuss feelings/actions associated with being safe/unsafe.
- List the names/roles of people who keep them safe in the community.
- Create safety posters to be displayed around school.
- Match pictures/words with safe/unsafe behaviours.
- Look at a picture of a person smoking i.e. Jenny’s mum smoking with the bear and explore safe/unsafe behaviours.
- Read Jenny and The Bear Story or watch video and discuss what happens and why.
- Think about how a cigarette may cause a fire in the home and who to call in the event of a fire starting.
- Click on this link to pledge your support and help create a tobacco-free Scotland.
Suggested Cross-Curricular Links
- EXA 0-14a - Explore safety, risk, danger and fear through role-play eg, getting lost, ‘stranger danger.’
- LIT 0-14a - ‘Read’ stories where safety is the main theme.
Suggested Word Bank
- second hand smoke
- healthy body
Parent & Community Engagement
Pathways, Tracking & Monitoring
- Year Planner (Early Level)
- Experiences & Outcomes Tracking
- Safe E/O Bundle (Rights Respecting Schools )
- Pupil Learning Log and Benchmarks esh
- Annual Progression Planner ( Early Level)
- Topic Specific Planners ( Early Level)
- Lifestyle Ready Reckoner - Assessment Tool
NHS Lanarkshire Library Resources
- Tar Tainted Teeth
- Smoker's foul mouth
- Jenny and the bear – Story Book
- Jenny and the bear – Flipchart Presenter
- THINK! Education includes a wealth of road safety information and resources for parents, teachers and pupils
- A safety themed website with preschool activities and crafts suitable for Nursery and Infants
- healthyandsmokefree.scot is an NHS Lanarkshire website dedicated to tobacco education. Follow this link for Early Level activities.
- Government website looking at second hand smoke (SHS) in the home.
- Independent Scottish charity who work to reduce harm caused by tobacco.
- Fire Scotland – Find Your Local Station in Lanarkshire.