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Ourselves and Others

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  Boys and Girls Pictures

3.02 MB

Choose which pictures show girls and which show boys.

Any age

From P5

Thanks to
Grangewood School
Hillingdon
  Fair and Unfair

21.4 MB

Learn about what is fair and what is unfair when we are with others.

Any age

From P5

Thanks to
Nick Wonham,
The Bridge School
London
  Changing Bodies

8.89 MB

Look at the way male and female bodies change from birth to old age.

*Contains explicit images.

Secondary

From P5

Thanks to
Nick Wonham,
The Bridge School
London
Public and Private

8 MB

A PowerPoint for teaching about which body parts can be shown in public and which body parts are private. *Contains explicit images.

Secondary

From P5

Thanks to
Nick Wonham,
The Bridge School
London
  Staying Safe in the Internet

26 MB

A PowerPoint that explains what is acceptable to do online, what is not and what to do if you are worried.  It ends with a quiz to reinforce the learning that has taken place.

Secondary

From P6

Thanks to
Nick Wonham
The Bridge School
London
Staying Safe Using Social Networking

30.9 MB

Learn about how to stay safe when using social networking sites then do a quiz to see how much you have learned.

Secondary

From P7

Thanks to
Nick Wonham
The Bridge School
London

 

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