A rap artist shares his experience of being bullied as a kid through a rap song.
What is bullying Why do some people bully others How can it make people feel Find out in Being Me.
This program examines the idea of responsibility and power in relationships and identifies times where power is abused by someone, such as in a bullying situation, and looks at how that can affect us. The program presents a range of strategies, including staying calm, being assertive, helpful thinking and help-seeking to assist young people in managing difficult situations.
Once friendships have been made is it all smooth sailing This program looks at common friendship challenges like arguments, exc
Behind The News tries out a new kind of vending machine in schools, where fruit and vegetables are supplied rather than sweets and chips.
Behind The News meets school children to learn their tips for dealing with the stress of modern life.
Once friendships have been made is it all smooth sailing? This program looks at common friendship challenges like arguments, exclusion, gossiping and teasing. It presents strategies to help children deal with these situations, communication, negotiation, assertiveness, co-operation and staying calm.
You don't know that someone has a chronic pain condition just by looking at them but Sam, Lauren and Bailey share their stories in this video to let you know what life is like with one. They also share their experience with an online community that allows those with chronic pain to connect with one another as they navigate the difficulties involved with their conditions.
Adam has had leukaemia three times and he shares his story about how someone gets cancer and the chemotherapy treatment he's had to help him get better.
Nick shares a fun, homemade video all about living with Type 1 Diabetes. In it, he shares how he deals with some of the challenges, how the disease is treated and provides some of the warning signs and symptoms we should be aware of.
Being a friendly person and learning how to make friends involves important life skills. This program explores why we need friends, how to be friendly and how to treat other people with respect. It also looks at ways to make friends including using conversation skills such as ice breakers, question asking and active listening.
Why is is important to your wellbeing to belong to a group.
The ability to think creatively and flexibly is key to preparing our children for a future world we cannot predict. However, there are grave concerns that creativity is declining, with the finger of blame pointing to how children are spending their time both in and out of school. In this episode we will test how creative our Life children are as they approach a known tipping point in creativity levels.
This program looks at the benefits of belonging, whether it's in our family, a team, with friends, with a pet or through a connection with a special place. It looks at ways we can make connections with others, at our roles and responsibilities as members of different groups and explores ways to help other people feel included.
This clip illustrates how children are socialised through praise, and the role that praise can play in developing children's res
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