BBFC KS1 lessons: ‘Watch Out! Helping to make good viewing choices’

BBFC KS1 lessons: ‘Watch Out! Helping to make good viewing choices’

Learning objectives include:

  • understanding that there are age-ratings that can help us make choices about what to watch
  • learning how to make good viewing choices that are right for a person’s age
  • learning about what to do if someone watches something that makes them feel upset or worried

The lesson plans also support teachers to meet key statutory Relationships and Health education requirements outlined in the 'Online Relationships' and 'Internet Safety and harms' sections of the guidance respectively.


Download the lessons from the BBFC's website


PSHE Association Subject Specialist Claire Keech says:
We are delighted to launch this new resource in partnership with the BBFC. With young people growing up in a digital world, these lesson plans teach them all about the importance of age ratings and what they need to be aware of when choosing what films and TV shows to watch. We hope bringing this to the classroom will encourage more conversations between pupils and the teachers and parents that look after them about what they can do when they see something that is not right for them.


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