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Teaching Healthy Habits (KS 2)

Teaching Healthy Habits (KS 2)

Overview

Guidance on how to plan Youth Social Action projects using the steps process
 
The resources below support the teaching of the skills needed so pupils can carry out their social action projects on health:

  • Teacher Resource: Teaching HH
  • Lesson 1: What is a healthy system? - To understand how health systems function and define what health is.
  • Lesson 2: When is food giving me energy? - To explain the role of physical activity and nutrition in physical and emotional health & to create a charter on health.
  • Lesson 3: How can I take action about my health? - To plan the skeleton of a social action project that could improve health in my school/local area/somewhere in the world.
  • Lesson 4: Taking action

 
This guide is Section 2 of the Staff Guide  Learning about Healthy Habits Wellbeing as part of a Youth Social Action Programme

Key Stage: KS 2
Social Issue: Healthy Habits
YSA Step: Inspire, Explore
Resource type: Lesson plans, Teacher Resource, All Lessons (Zip Folder)
Subject(s): All Subjects
Owner: Ormiston Trust

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Overview of Lessons

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