Secrets can be good or bad and children need to learn the difference. One of the topics covered in KS1 PSHE lessons is the importance of not keeping adults’ secrets, unless those secrets are “good” ones. In this quiz, written specifically for children in years 1 and 2, we look at a selection of secrets and find out which ones are “good” and which are “bad”.
A secret is something only you, or you and a few other people, know. Some secrets are good – like when you are arranging a surprise party, or if you have bought somebody a present and don’t want them to know what it is.
Some secrets are not good though. When people try to hide things that are wrong, or things that could be dangerous. If you are ever asked to keep a “bad” secret then make sure you tell either your teacher or your parents.