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Teaching Youth Social Action (Healthy Habits - KS 1)

Teaching Youth Social Action (Healthy Habits – KS 1)

Overview

The resources below support the teaching of the skills needed so young people can carry out their social action projects on health.
 
Teacher Resource: Teaching Youth Social Action

  • Lesson 1: What does it mean to be healthy?
    To demonstrate the benefit of participating in a group mindfulness session.
  • Lesson 2: When is food giving me energy?
    To learn about healthy food, including fruits and vegetables.
  • Lessons 3&4: What can my body do with energy?
    To identify the role of energy in my body. & To demonstrate an understanding of how to remain healthy.

 
This guide is part 5 of the Staff Guide  Learning about Healthy Habits as part of a Youth Social Action Programme

Key Stage: KS 1
Social Issue: Healthy Habits
YSA Step: Inspire, Explore
Resource type: Lesson plans, All Lessons (Zip Folder)
Subject(s): All Subjects
Owner: Ormiston Trust

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