Positive, negative, thoughts, happiness, sad, feelings, kind, polite, attitude, behaviours, fun, enjoyment, relationships, habits, caring, help and support.
Understanding the consequences of their behaviour and actions.
Prepares learners for British modern life (Respectful, Responsible citizens).
Developing pupils’ confidence, resilience, and knowledge so that they can keep themselves mentally healthy.
Equipment and Resources
Print bookmarks from PPT.
Paper, card, pens, colours and tissue boxes.
Introduce the session with the lesson objectives along with the key words pupils will hear.
Explain what positivity means using slide 3.
Class discussion: Ask the class what it feels like to be happy and the types of things they do when they are feeling happy. Explain what happiness is using slide 5.
Awe moments activity: Ask pupils to write down moments when they have felt super happy and excitable and to explain what they were doing. They can share these with each other and the class.
Positive people: Working in small groups ask pupils to discuss all the positive people they know. They can write down what makes people positive and share their answers with the class.
Explain what positive qualities are using slide 8 and what positive people do using slide 9.
Positivity booster’s activity: Ask pupils to design a poster to show all the ways they could boost positivity to their friends or family.
My positivity box: Ask pupils to make a positivity box by writing down on slips of paper all their positive thoughts, memories and stories and to put them in their box! Pupils can share their boxes with each other.
Encourage pupils to be positive every day and read through the ways to lift themselves up on slide 12.
Recap on the lesson with the class about what they have learnt.