(Fun KS1 PSHE revision quizzes for students in Year 1 and Year 2)
PSHE stands for Personal, Social and Health Education. That all sounds a bit complicated, doesn't it? Well, the quizzes in this subject look at Super Duper Important Life things. You can expect topics (all from the National Curriculum) such as bullying, emotions and personal hygiene. Think of it as a solid introduction to becoming an all-round healthy and happy human being. Hoorah!
And that's not all. These PSHE quizzes for KS1 will also help students to understand the importance of having friends and learning how to form enjoyable friendships. They'll also help teach students about how to work as a team and all about the rules both inside and outside of school.
We know education isn't just about textbooks and whiteboards. In fact, we don't really like textbooks anyway (we think quizzes are much more fun!). Education is the chance to learn about all the important things. Yep, sometimes that means Maths and Science, but it also means learning about life. With our quizzes, students in Year 1 and 2 can learn about vital topics, like how to recognise bullying and what to do when it happens. PSHE can help students understand their emotions better and also make them aware of their own actions. Smiles all round!
Put simply, Personal, Social and Health Education makes students life-smart. By learning about the wider community, students will get the chance to develop their empathy and general kindness. Yay for everyone! And knowing not to squish other people’s hearts is good, but it's not all about caring for others. We know students have to take care of themselves too, and PSHE teaches that caring for yourself is very important, whether it means keeping clean and fresh or knowing how to recognise good and bad emotions.
When students have mastered our PSHE quizzes, they'll have a better understanding of important social and personal issues - and they'll be ready to take on the world!
|Quiz Title||Date Played||Previous Score||Options|
|Caring for Myself|
|Caring for Others|
|Emergencies and Safety|
|Golden Rules in School|
|Rules Outside of School|