Relationships, friendships, talk, listen, laugh, fun, support, care, positive, trust, understand, character, love, value, socialise, health, confidence, feelings, and mood.
Supports pupils understanding of what a relationship is.
Helps pupils to understand how to form positive relationships.
Helps pupils to understand that positive relationships are good.
Equipment and Resources
Paper, pen, and colours.
Introduce the session with the lesson objectives.
Video: Show the class the video about friendships.
Explain what relationships are and using slide 4.
Group discussion: Ask pupils to discuss how we form relationships. Invite pupils to share their answers and talk through the examples on slide 6.
Explain why relationships can help us in life, using slide 8.
Group activity: Ask pupils to partner up with someone they wouldn’t normally, and they must give each other positive comments and discuss their hobbies and interests with each other. Encourage them to maintain eye contact and remember the details of the conversation they’ve had.
Explain how relationships can impact our moods and feelings, using slide 11.
Activity: Get children to complete the Three Stars activity, they will take a minute or two to think about how they think their friends would describe them and then write down 3 words or phrases in their stars. Pair the children up and get them to ask their partner if they agree.
Encourage pupils to always try to make and maintain their friendships and relationships with people.
Reflection time: Ask pupils to think about 3 things they have learnt today and what they will do differently in the future.