Real Health for Real Lives

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Nelson Thornes, Nov 1, 2014 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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Real Health for Real Lives is a brand new series offering practical support for teachers involved in PSHE, Citizenship and emotional wellbeing. It also provides teachers with a way in to the best selling Health for Life series.
 

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Contents

Introduction
Healthy Lifestyles 1 Me and looking after myself
What I can do when Im healthy 18
When Im not so healthy 24
What I do to keep myself healthy 30
What others do to my body lo keep me healthy 36
Me my family and friends 48
Friendships and friendship problems 54
Goal setting 108
Understanding rules 114
How my behaviour affects others 120
Others needs and my role 126
Growing up in a drugusing world 132
Prescription medicines 138
Inhalers and who uses them 144
Keeping myself safe 150

When do I feel happy and sad? 60
Special places for me and others 66
When were not so healthy 72
When I feel lost teased or lonely 78
Finding solutions to friendship problems 84
Dealing with pressure from friends 90
Me my community and environment 96
Xew people new places new things to do 102
Keeping our feelings safe 156
Touches we like and dont like 162
Me and my relationships 168
Family networks 174
School networks 180
Looking back looking forward 186
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About the author (2014)

Adrian King has been a teacher in both primary and secondary schools and was Health Education Co-ordinator for Berkshire Local Authority from 1985 to 1998. Since then he has been an independent consultant, trainer and author. In 2004 Adrian was the consultant engaged to write "Drugs: Guidance for Schools" for the Department for Children School and Families. He has been Membership Secretary of the National Health Education Group since 1986 and has also been an elected official for both Drug Education Forum and Drug Education Practitioners Forum. Adrian is committed to improving the quality of PSHE education for young people, working to ensure it addresses their needs, and respects both their rights and their responsibilities.

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