Suggested HWB Experiences & Outcomes
- I understand 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 2-03a
- 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 2-05a
- I am aware that positive friendships and relationships can promote health and the health and wellbeing of others. HWB 2-44b
- I can describe the role of a parent/carer and the skills, commitment and qualities that the role requires. HWB 2-51a
Suggested Learning Intentions
- To understand that people develop different types of relationships throughout their lives.
- To recognise the qualities needed to build and sustain positive relationships.
- To become aware of the emotional skills and qualities required to look after a baby.
Suggested Success Criteria (I can...)
- Discuss and demonstrate a range of qualities needed to form and maintain friendships and relationships e.g. compromise, forgiveness, respect for self and others. HWB 2-05a
- Explain and demonstrate how to resolve conflict and access support in difficult times. HWB2-03a
- Explain how my relationships can change as I grow and develop. HWB2-44b
- Show awareness of the skills and qualities involved in taking care of a baby eg love, patience, fun.HWB 2-51a
Suggested Learning Experiences
- Brainstorm the meaning of the word – ‘relationship.’ Discuss and illustrate eg. in the form of a family tree, everyone that is connected to them through some form of relationship. This could be sub-divided into relationships at school, home and the wider community.
- Make a timeline of relationships / friendships that they have had since they were born. Consider why some have stayed the same and others have changed eg, moving home, starting school, significant life events eg, bereavement, family break ups, change in family structure etc.
- Consider the emotional bonds that are an important aspect of caring for a baby.
- Research what responsiveness is and why it creates that important bond with a baby.
- Discuss the types of relationships they expect to experience as they grow up eg, marriage and how they expect to establish and maintain these relationships. Consider different forms of relationships by thinking about gender issues i.e. LGBT .
- Consider what makes friendships / relationships strong / weak. Consider ways in which they can improve their relationships.
- Provide a selection of images of different kinds of people eg, a police officer, someone with a disability, a sportsperson etc. Ask the children to think about the kinds of friendships that could develop with these people, whether they would like to have them as friends and the possible benefits and barriers to these friendships.
- Brainstorm the qualities of a good friendship / relationship. Place emphasis on compromise, forgiveness and respect. Ask the children to consider what they understand by these words and how they are important in maintaining good friendships.
- Collaborative Learning – make a list of the people who can support them when friendships / relationships break down.
- Consider how confident they would feel about accessing support to deal with difficult relationships.
Suggested Cross-Curricular Links
- ENG 2-30a - Write about one particular friendship/relationship they have. Consider how it came about and how it has developed, as well as the mutual benefits of this friendship.
- Write a letter to an agony aunt/uncle about an imaginary break up between themselves and a friend. Swap the letter with a partner and respond with ideas about how the friendship might be resolved.
- LIT 2 – Make a comic strip / write a story where compromise or forgiveness is the central theme.
- EXA 2-13a - Role-play different scenarios which demonstrate conflict. Consider ways of resolving the conflict or preventing it happening in the first instance.
Suggested Word Bank
- take turns
Parent & Community Engagement
Pathways, Tracking & Monitoring
- Year Planner (Second Level)
- Nurtured E/O Bundle (Rights Respecting Schools)
- Pupil Learning Log 1 and Benchmarks snh
- Pupil Learning Log 2 and Benchmarks snh
- Annual Progression Planners ( Second Level)
- Personalised Year Planner (Second Level)
- Topic Specific Planners ( Second Level)
NHS Lanarkshire Library Resources
- Let's Talk: Feelings. Feelings is a card game to enable young people to become more aware of their feelings.
- What's the Buzz? Set of lessons designed to teach children how to think and relate to others in social situations.
- Empathy Counts The aim of the game is to teach players to understand the concept of empathy.
- Selection of video clips dealing with issues in the classroom, relationships and personal development
- Series of lessons promoting positive relationships at school. Advertised for girls, but most material is appropriate for both boys and girls
- RSHP resource that has been developed by a partnership of local authorities and health boards, with advice from Education Scotland and the Scottish Government.
- 'you alright?' website that helps young people cope with stress.