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
Lesson PPT, 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 4 and 5.
Pairs discussion: Ask pupils to discuss situations which have made them feel proud and how they felt. Invite pupils to share their stories with the class.
Class discussion: Ask pupils to discuss who they are proud of and why.
Activity: Ask pupils to complete the ‘I am proud to be me’ worksheet by completing the answers to the questions.
Spotlight board: Print and give out the star template to each pupil. They must write down their proudest moment on the star. They can decorate their star and make it colourful. As a class each pupil can explain their proudest moment to the class and stick it onto the ’spotlight’ notice board.
Poem: Read the poem ‘I’m glad to be me’ on slide 9. Ask pupils how the poem makes them feel and what they like about it.
My proud poem: In pairs, ask pupils to write their own verse for the proud poem. Each pair can read their verse out to the class.
Read the quote on slide 11 and recap what pupils have learnt in this lesson.
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.