How can I keep myself and others safe? unit

Early Stage 1

Students:

  • identify safe places, situations and ways of communicating emotions related to safety
  • identify rules, people and symbols that help keep them safe and practice ways of seeking help.

Stage 1

Students:

  • identify and evaluate safe places and situations involving people
  • recognise personal warnings signs and physical responses of themselves and others
  • apply help seeking strategies to real life situations.

Stage 2

Students:

  • explore a decision-making process, its application and consequences to safety in real life situations
  • analyse their own and others’ physical and emotional responses in relation to the safety to specific situations
  • evaluate, select and practise applying/accessing appropriate help seeking strategies support services
  • recognise personal responsibilities regarding the safety of themselves and others by exploring upstander behaviour and ways of reporting problems.

Stage 3

Students:

  • investigate how contextual factors and emotions impact their own and others safety in real life situations
  • evaluate and practise help seeking strategies, the decision-making process and supportive behaviour that benefits themselves and others
  • select and practise appropriate ways to resolve conflict and bullying both in-person and online
  • develop emergency action plans, personal safety plans and safety travel plans for independent travel..
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