Supports pupils in their understanding of why self-respect is important.
Supports pupils to understand how self-respect impacts their happiness.
Equipment and Resources
Paper, pen, and colours.
Introduce the session with the lesson objectives.
Explain to the class what confidence means and how it can help them using slides 3 and 4.
Activity: Pupils must think about all the things that make them who they are. Pupils will write down as many positive qualities about themselves using a sheet of paper and coloured pencils. I.E.
- I am a hard worker.
- I am good at basketball.
Interview activity: Pupils must pair up with each other and get to know each other by asking the questions on slide 6. They must get ready to present their partner to the class.
Explain what self-confidence looks like using slide 7.
Watch the video about confidence on slide 8.
Read through the ‘believing in yourself’ poem on slide 9.
Self-portrait activity: Pupils must draw a picture of themselves and around the outside write down all the strengths that they have. Encourage you to try to think of at least 5 strengths which may be about their character, talents, skills, physical strengths or accomplishments etc.
Confidence booster activity: Ask pupils to design a card with a positive affirmation on to help them boost their confidence when they need it.
Read through the top tips to build confidence.
Reflection time: Ask pupils to think about 3 things they have learnt today and what they will do differently in the future.