Based on work done in secondary schools by the NSPCC, this PSHE curriculum resource gives young people the information and skills necessary to keep themselves 'safe'.
Focusing on personal safety, the book addresses key issues such as:
o emotional health and well-being
o the ability to access help and support
o family, social and sexual relationships.
Each section contains a comprehensive facilitator's guide.
Developed in consultation with young people, this lively and interactive resource provides them with the information and the vital skills to deal with the difficult situations they face.
SECTION A: RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Foreword by Peter Clarke, Children's Commissioner for Wales and Al Aynsley-Green, Children's Commissioner for England Introduction Unit 1: Rights - What Rights? Unit 2: Where Do I stand? Unit 3: It's Good to Be Different! Unit 4: Passive - Aggressive - Assertive Resources and Sources of Help and Support SECTION B: RIGHT RELATIONSHIPS Introduction Unit 1: Keeping Myself Safe Unit 2: Defining Healthy and Abusive Relationships Unit 3: Bullying Unit 4: Friendships and Peer Pressure Unit 5: Making and Maintaining Relationships Unit 6: Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Unit 7: Coping with Conflict Unit 8: Handling Anger Unit 9: Safe and Sound Relationships Unit 10: Understanding Sexual Abuse Unit 11: Sexual Abuse on the Internet Unit 12: Happy Families? Relationships at Home Resources and Sources of Help and Support SECTION C: RIGHT ON! KEEPING POSITIVE WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH Introduction Unit 1: Feeling Good About Myself Unit 2: Dealing with Feelings Unit 3: Think Positive! Unit 4: Beating the Blues Unit 5: But what if ...? Coping with Anxiety Unit 6: "It's Doing My Head In!" Coping with Stress Unit 7: All Change! Coping with Change and Loss Unit 8: Be Good to Yourself - Understanding Self-harm Resources and Sources of Help and Support