Health Education: food choices, physical activity & balanced lifestyles mapping guidance

Health Education: food choices, physical activity & balanced lifestyles mapping guidance

We are excited about launching a suite of KS1-4 Health Education lesson plans, slides, resources and teacher guidance for Association members in September covering food choices, physical activity & balanced lifestyles. In the meantime, our new mapping guidance will give you an overview of what the materials cover and allow you to plan this content into your schemes of work for the new school year.

The lessons will address all aspects of healthy food choices and physical activity included in the PSHE Education Programme of Study and the Department for Education (DfE) statutory guidance for Relationships Education/ Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education (RSHE).

Areas covered include how to maintain a healthy balanced lifestyle through food choices and physical activity, as well as potential barriers people might face. The materials will equip pupils with the skills to manage social influence and pressure, and the knowledge, understanding, attributes, and strategies to make positive choices that keep thems healthy.

Tables in the guidance map lesson content against the relevant learning opportunities from the Programme of Study’s core themes at each key stage and identify where content from the statutory RHE/RSHE guidance is addressed through the lessons.

The lesson plans provide approximate timings for each activity and are based on a one-hour lesson. We will launch these materials at the beginning of the autumn term exclusively for PSHE Association members. We’re also running ‘Teaching About Healthy Lifestyles’ twilight CPD sessions this autumn and you can book your place now.

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At a glance:


Resource type(s)

Guidance documents
Planning and audit tools

Subject(s)

Healthy Lifestyles
PSHE Guidance & Information

Levels

Key Stage 1
Key Stage 2
Key Stage 3
Key Stage 4

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