CHAPTER 1 Startig Out 1. What is PSHE? 2. How will we work together? 3. Where are we going? CHAPTER 2 Healthy routines 4. What do we need to do to keep healthy? 5. What is my personal health profile? 6. What decisions can I make about healthy eating? CHAPTER 3 Substance misuse 7. What do we mean by 'drugs'? 8. Fact or fiction? 9. How do we reduce the risks? 10. How do drugs affect people? CHAPTER 4 Relationships, sexual health and parenthood 11. What do we mean by 'family'? 12. Is commitment important in relationships? 13. How can we contribute to family life? 14. What's happening to me? 15. Why do I feel like this? CHAPTER 5 Assessing Risk 16. How do we manage risky situations? 17. How do we keep safe online? 18. How can we tackle bullying? CHAPTER 6 Meeting and working with others 19. How do I work best with others? 20. What do I want and how do I get it? 21. What do I do if I need help? CHAPTER 7 Managing personal money 22. What could we do with money? 23. Do I spend or do I save money? 24. How will I earn money in the future? CHAPTER 8 Changing 25. What are my rights and responsibilities? 26. What makes each of us an individual? 27. How can I make and keep good relationships? CHAPTER 9 Personal identity and self-esteem 28. Who am I? 29. What am I good at? 30. Where am I going? CHAPTER 10 Confident communication 31. How can we communicate better? 32. What does 'assertiveness' mean? 33. What are the biggest challenges for me? CHAPTER 11 Review 34. Hey, how are you doing?
Marel Harper is a Development Officer for Curriculum for Excellence. Gail Whitnall is a Principal Teacher of Health, Food and Technology and has been seconded as a QIO for Health and Wellbeing. Stephen De Silva and Lesley de Meza are leading practitioners and trainers of PSHE at a UK and international level.