Respectful Friendships Pack
$272.68 ex GST
Relationships are the essence of life. Respect nurtures appreciation and value, for the individual and others, as well as the environment around us. Respect means that you accept somebody for who they are, even when they’re different from you or you don’t agree with them. Respect in your relationships builds feelings of trust, safety, and wellbeing. Respect doesn’t have to come naturally – it is something you learn.
The Respectful Friendships Pack includes:
The Human Rights Game – help minimize school-based bullying. One of the key learnings associated with participation in gameplay is learning how to be respectful. If students are being respectful, it is virtually impossible to bully.
Boundaries Baseball – helps children understand and respect boundaries. Boundaries are essential for positive relationships with peers and adults; children who act out are often asking for the security of clear boundaries and the skills needed to respect them.
Blob Relationships – Use Blobs as an innovative way to discuss relationships. The Blobs here depict feelings and behaviours that are recognised by all and provide an opportunity for open discussion about them. Based upon the relationships strand of the RSE programme of study, each Blob page links to one or more of the learning objectives. Areas covered include:
- Sharing feelings
- How behaviour affects others
- Fair or unfair?
- Differences and similarities
- Types of physical contact
- Feelings and bodies can be hurt
- How to manage unkindness
- Challenging stereotypes
- Sex, gender identity, orientation
- Right to privacy
Character Education Discussion Cards – Good character is increasingly seen as vital to success in school and work. Our easy-to-use, cost-effective discussion cards have been designed to help you nurture strength of character in your pupils – enabling them to take responsibility for their own behaviour and help others. These practical cards will develop their awareness, insight and understanding of four core values, with 20 scenarios covering each one:
The broad range of scenarios is suitable across the primary age range. They have all been carefully selected to reflect familiar situations, making it easier for your pupils to relate to and discuss them.