Book 2 “Happy and Healthy” Year 1/Year 2

£25.00

Book 2 – Happy and Healthy

Following on from Book 1, Book 2 for pupils in Y2 comes in three Units each designed to build on and consolidate the learning from the previous section.

 

Panda Press are delighted to collaborate with and recommend these excellent new resources from Gracewing Publishers for the provision of relationships education in early years foundation stage and key stage 1 [yrs 1-3].  The themes of self-understanding and self-awareness, as well as enabling the child to appreciate the context of their family, school and friends all goes to lend itself as a precursor to the Fertile Heart programme from key stage 2 onwards.

The content of the books are excellent resources for schools to help meet the expectations of the DfE guidance in addition to being aligned with the various learning objectives recommended by the Catholic Education Service in its 2019 guidance on RSE. Schools can order and purchase the books via Fertile Heart and a website for back-up resources will be available at  www.adc-resources.co.uk 

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Book 2 – Happy and Healthy

Following on from Book 1, Book 2 for pupils in Y2 comes in three Units each designed to build on and consolidate the learning from the previous section. 

 

Unit 1:  “Getting to know myself” Opens up to children the world of feelings/emotions and how to describe them such as joy, sadness, confidence, fear and anger. Pupils are encouraged to find ways of explaining how they appreciate they are loved and important which leads them to understand the importance of looking after themselves   

Unit 2: “Fitting in with those around me” In addition to teaching children how they can explain why they are others are important, the material assists the teacher in exploring why rules, both in the family and at school can help the children to get along with others and learn the important of having respect for rules and expectations.  

Unit 3: “Together, life is beautiful” – Is a summary of the lessons and values enshrined in the previous units but with an emphasis on leading the children to be able to name the adults who look after them at school. By knowing their names, it gives them a greater sense of loyalty and respect for their carers and to want to respond to that love and care by finding ways to be helpful and generous in school and at home.