Summer 2 PSHE
This half term we are looking at ways to manage money, how to manage emotions and risks associated with money and to become critical consumers.
Parental Note: It will be very helpful if you read the Lesson plan notes before working on these activities with your child. You may already have conversations around money and finances at home, the activities provided are designed to develop these conversations in simple scenarios as well as provide starting points for further discussion.
The first set of lessons could be carried out in one session or revisited and split over a longer period.
PSHE Ways to manage Money - session 1
As part of our linking schools project we have been thinking about how we are the same and how we are different. This leads to our next focus on how we can share our differences and work together to make changes in the world around us so that we all have a place.
Watch the power point and discuss it with the people around you. You can write your ideas on paper and photograph it, put it in a word document or even add them to the power point and send it back (please make sure you have named work as yours).
Keeping safe online
Think u know - Home activity packs for parents
The resources have been created by Think U Know (CEOP) to support parents during COVID-19. Each fortnight, they will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities for parents to do with their child to support their online safety.
Please click on the link below to access the resources