Problem solve, positive, relief, happy, organisation, resilience, solution, risk tasker, confidence, thinking, skills, self-esteem, pressure, experiences, brain, perseverance, teamwork, growth mindset, coping, strategies, character development, competition.
Discussion question: Ask pupils to talk about a time when they felt they were resilient in a team. Ask questions around what benefits it had on their feelings and mood. Discuss the meaning of TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More) and relate this back to the children’s favourite team or club.
Active learning: Children will play a game of rock, paper, scissors with a partner to encourage communication and relationship skills. Using effective communication skills, they then challenge another child to play. Children will need to play against as many children as possible to experience winning and losing.
Using the same challenge cards as the previous week (week 1).
Split the children into pairs and ask all children to sit down in a small area in the middle of the hall. Select a pair to start from a station of their choice and give them one attempt to complete the challenge.
Encourage children to watch quietly and observe their classmates undergo the challenges (creating an atmosphere). Children will be asked to reward with a clap and constructive feedback if the challenge is not completed.
Explain the rules of the competition: