Pride, proud, feel, happy, achieve, goal, confidence, self-esteem, satisfaction, hard work and accomplish.
Supports pupils understanding of how forming positive friendships and relationships can make them feel proud.
Supports pupils understanding of what it means to be proud.
Equipment and Resources
Paper, pen, and colours.
Introduce the session with the lesson objectives.
Explain what pride is and why it is important to feel proud using slides 3 and 4.
Proud moments activity: Pupils must write down or draw some of their proudest moments in school or life in the picture frame templates on slide 5. Pupils can share these with a partner.
I am proud of myself activity: Pupils must complete the sentences on slide 6 about being proud of themselves. They can cut around it, decorate it and keep it safe to remind themselves of why they are proud of themselves.
In the hotseat activity: In small groups pupils will take it in turns to be in the hotseat. The person in the hotseat will be asked the questions on slide 7 by another member of the group. Ensure the group rotates and everyone gets a chance to be in the hotseat.
Reward card activity. Pupils will design a card for someone they are proud of. They must explain on the card why they are proud if this person and decorate their card.
Poem: Read the poem ‘I’m so proud of you’ on slide 9. Ask pupils how the poem makes them feel and what they liked about it.
Proud of us activity: Working in a small group, pupils must produce a short video or role play to share what they want to be proud of as a group. Select a group or two to perform to the class.
Reflection time: Ask pupils to think about the past week and to share what they have been proud of doing. Encourage them each week try to do something to make you feel proud.