Real Health for Real Lives 6-7

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Nelson Thornes, 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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Me and looking after myself
What my body is like 12
Keeping my body healthy 18
Balancing the needs of my body 24
My daily health routines 30
Keeping my skin healthy 36
Healthy on the inside 42
Feelings of achievement 102
Me my community and environment 108
Different communities 114
My environment 120
Who makes it a healthy environment? 126
Bullies bullying and bystanders 132
Growing up in a drugusing world 138
Smoke smokers and smoking 144

Keeping myself healthy from the inside 48
Getting ill getting better 54
Me my family and friends 60
How it feels to be someone else 66
How can you know what makes me me? 72
My special people 78
How our behaviour affects others 84
Unhappiness loss and needing help 90
Other peoples special days 96
Drink drinkers and drinking 150
Keeping myself safe 156
Accidents and aftermath 162
Keeping safe skills 168
Me and my relationships 174
Cooperation 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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