Lesson One | Safe and Unsafe
"We all have the right to feel safe all of the time"
Unpack the quote. What does 'we, right, safe, unsafe, all of the time mean?
Safe and Unsafe
Brainstorm words that mean:
What are safe and unsafe touches?
What does consent mean?
Lesson Two | Feelings and Emotions
How many different feelings do you remember hearing?
What colours do you think represent different emotions?
Let's colour our brainstorm.
Create your own feeling friends
Use your five different fingers to create the bodies of your Feeling Friends.
Choose one colour for each feeling.
Animate them with drawn faces and body parts which represent that emotion.
Lesson Three | The Safety Continuum
What is the Safety Continuum?
Review- What does it mean to feel safe?
Fun to Feel Scared
Review- What does it mean to feel unsafe?
Lesson Four | Early Warning Signs
Early Warning Signs are our body’s way of telling us that we feel unsafe. It’s our alarm system. They are our ‘fight, flight, freeze or faint’ response. They are also known as our intuition or ‘gut feelings’. Early Warning Signs can be different for each of us, and include sweaty palms, feeling unable to move, rapid heartbeat, butterflies in our tummy, goosebumps, and the hair on our arms standing up.
When is Mr Bean being safe or unsafe?
What warning signs in his body can you see?
Let's brainstorm where we get our own early warning signs.
Lesson Four | We can talk with someone about anything
What do the following words mean? Give some examples.
What is a safety team?
On your safety team-
Create your own safety team?
If someone on your safety team doesn't listen to you, what should you do?