Putting kindness into action
In this section, you’ll learn about helping others, exploring why some people might not feel able to help, and how everyone can do something to put kindness into action. You’ll learn about your qualities and the qualities people show when they help others.
- Think about what motivates people to help others
- Think about your own helping qualities
- Learn about the Bystander effect
- Understand why people might not feel able to help
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Look at the questions on the next slides. Give yourself 30 seconds to write down as many things as you can for each question:
Look at this photo of a group helping someone in need of first aid. Think about what might have inspired them to help.next
Now draw an outline of a person, and write or draw your ideas about their thoughts, feelings and actions:next
The head: how they might think? The heart: how they might feel? The hands: how they might act or behave?
Quick thinking, helping others - teaching activity
Head, heart, hands – teaching activity
Learn and practise how to keep safe, use coping skills and look after your wellbeing when helping others.