In developing health and well being children will learn:
- that we all experience a variety of emotions that affect how we think, feel and behave
- to describe their feelings about what is going well or where support is needed
- that feeling and behaviour change depending upon what is happening within and around them. This helps them understand the way others behave.
- to value friendships and know that caring, sharing, fairness, equality and love are important in building friendships
- that people can often feel alone and can be misunderstood and left out by others
- the importance of showing support by a caring reaction
- the importance of mental wellbeing, and know that people do not always enjoy good mental health
- the rights to which they are entitled in society and the responsibilities which fall on them. They will learn to respect the rights of others
- that representing the school and/or wider community encourages self worth and confidence and allows them to contribute to and participate in society
- to assess and manage risk, to protect themselves and others, and to reduce the potential for harm when possible.