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What do your students need to learn?

Gathering and analysing a range of information about the body care and physical safety learning needs of your students will help you to identify the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that they need to develop in their class programmes. Possible learning outcomes that relate to the learning experiences in this book are listed below. You could draw on these outcomes to set goals with your students and to provide them with feedback about their progress. Although learning outcomes are organised under particular key concepts, some may also help to develop other concepts. The focus learning outcomes for each key concept are identified in bold print, and assessment opportunities have been identified for them. Page numbers are provided for all the outcomes. 

Students will

Level

Strand

AO

Looking after Myself
  • describe feelings and ask questions about what it means to be healthy;
1 A 1
  • describe feelings and ask questions about sleep, rest, and relaxation;
1 A 1
  • describe new ways they have learned to look after their bodies;
2 A 1
  • describe the benefits of relaxation and practise relaxation techniques;
2 A 2
  • describe and demonstrate simple hygiene procedures;
1 A 3
  • describe and demonstrate simple dental care practices;
1 A 3
  • share their ideas about needs that relate to sleep, rest, and relaxation;
1 C 3
  • identify and take action to improve aspects of the school environment that support oral health.
2 D 4
Looking after each other
  • discuss and demonstrate ways to help themselves and others when feeling unwell;
1 A 3
  • describe instances when medication is necessary and explain how to use it responsibly;
1 A 3
  • express their needs and feelings effectively when describing ways of avoiding smoky environments;
1 C 3
  • express their needs and emotions clearly when feeling unwell;
2 C 3
  • practise listening and responding sensitively to people who are feeling unwell;
2 C 3
  • listen sensitively to people who are feeling unwell and express these people's needs and feelings confidently; 
2 C 3
  • identify people within the school who can assist them when they need care;
1 D 2
  • identify and discuss smoking-related hazards to their health and identify simple, safe practices to avoid smoky environments; 
1 D 4
  • share ideas about how different environments affect our health and how we can make changes. 
2 D 4
Looking after ourselves when we’re outside
  • demonstrate basic risk management strategies in the school playground
2 A 3
  • identify and use practices for keeping themselves safe in the sun when at school and other places;
2 A 3
  • examine how people’s attitudes and behaviours can influence the safety of their playground;
2 D 1
  • develop rules and practices to make the playground a safer place to play;
1 D 1/3
  • use simple guidelines and practices to make their school “sunsafe”;
2 D 3
  • identify and describe obvious hazards in the school playground and demonstrate safety practices.
1 D 4

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