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Wellbeing Policy Statement and Framework for Practice - An Introduction

Children’s participation in various SPHE activities, both formal and informal provides a flow of information about their progress in the SPHE curriculum. This information is crucial to the teacher’s professional

Children live in an information society and it is essential that they are given opportunities in SPHE to:

 

  • Access and receive information

There are many opportunities to use written activities for exploring particular issues and aspects of SPHE. Surveys, checklists, worksheets and questionnaires are all useful ways of provoking children’s thinking, of

There are many ways of promoting discussion with children: in pairs, in small groups or with the whole class. It can be used as an introductory activity where the children identify all the activities associated with

Pictures, photographs and visual images: Pictures, photographs and visual images may be used in a number of different ways in SPHE. Children need to develop skills of discernment and critical

Co-operative games: Games are a valuable means of helping children to work together in a caring and co-operative way. They can raise the level of co-operative consciousness and help children to

 

Co-operative games: Games are a valuable means of helping children to work together in a caring and co-operative way. They can raise the level of co-operative consciousness and help

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