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Ages 12-13 : (Theme: Relationships) : Healthy ways to manage relationship feelings

The focus on mental health and wellbeing in the national curriculum has changed. In 2020, the government introduced a new compulsory subject – Relationships, Health and Sex Education, or RSHE. Both mental health and relationships education are now compulsory curriculum requirements in school. This pack deals with both of these themes, and as the title suggests looks at the types of feelings that arise in relationships (particularly challenging feelings) and suggests ways these can be managed appropriately. There is also gentle introduction about unhealthy coping mechanisms, and you could use other Chameleon PDE library packs from the "Emotional & mental health" and "Keeping safe" themes to progress this learning.

This pack contains the following activities:

  • Red flags
  • TV relationships
  • Unhealthy behaviours and thoughts
  • What's the alternative (strategies)?
  • Relationship feelings and change
  • After-effects
  • Feelings check point

Ages 12-13 : (Theme: Relationships) : Healthy ways to manage relationship feelings
This resource includes the following files:
  • Ages 12-13 Healthy ways to manage relationship feelings V2 Aug 21
Lesson plans are flexible allowing for differentiation and the accompanying PowerPoint presentations can be edited according to your needs.
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