Within the Citizenship area KS1 level children are encouraged to think about healthy food, rules, money, being charitable, looking after pets, the environment and other common real-life responsibilities.
The Health & Safety area teaches Key Stage 1 children about electrical safety, fire safety, road safety, safety around the home, the importance of personal hygiene and the dangers of smoking.
The Relationships area includes information on friendships, bullying, emotions, feelings, making decisions, likes & dislikes, manners and other relationship-related issues relevant to children of Key Stage 1 age.
The resources and activities in the KS1 Physical, Social, Health & Emotional section are in an interactive, online, or printable format that brings a differing dynamic to the subject for children studying at Key Stage 1.
Electrical Safety - Interactive activity about electrical safety
Hold my Hand - Online road safety activity
Our Bodies - Online presentation and worksheets about our bodies
People who help us - An interactive activity to identify the people who help us.
People who help us - Whiteboard activities about people who help us
RNLI - The official site of the RNLI.
Road Safety - Interactive activity about road safety
Safe Places - Online activity to find safe places to play
Safe Places to Play - Interactive activity about safe places to play
Safety in the Bathroom - Interactive activity to sort bathroom items into safe and dangerous.
Safety in the Kitchen - Interactive activity to sort kitchen items into safe and dangerous.
Scotland Yard Youth Pages - Official site of the Metropolitan Police. History of the Police including a tour around a station.
Sparky the Firedog - Sparky the Fire Dog®, the official "spokesdog" of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) teaches all about fire safety.
The Otto Club - Interactive site about road safety form the American Automobile site.
Tobacco Free Kids - A hard hitting site about the evils of Tobacco and smoking.
Washing Your Hands - Can you put the pictures in the correct order?
Why Wash My Hands? - Find out why you should wash your hands.