Friendships

Activities on this topic have been developed to help participants learn about what qualities make a good friend; as well as strategies for making friends and dealing with rejection.

During workshops on this topic, participants will:

Age 6 upwards (as appropriate)

  • Discuss what makes a good friend
  • Discuss how to support peers who don’t have many friends
  • Explore strategies for making new friends
  • Explore strategies for dealing with friendship breakdown
  • Understand the importance of boundaries within friendships, including online and through technologies such as mobile phones and games

Age 11 upwards (as appropriate)

  • Discuss how friendships might change after transition to secondary school
  • Define what friendship means for them
  • Examine the notion of ‘best-friends’ and the potential benefits, pressure and responsibilities that come with being a ‘best-friend’
  • Discuss popularity, the common desire to be popular and how more popular young people can be allies to those without many friends
  • Discuss friendships within families and how beneficial they can be
  • Discuss cliques and how groups of friends can ensure they are not intimidating or excluding their peers

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Friendships

Activities on this topic have been developed to help participants learn about what qualities make a good friend; as well as strategies for making friends and dealing with rejection.

During workshops on this topic, participants will:

Age 6 upwards (as appropriate)

  • Discuss what makes a good friend
  • Discuss how to support peers who don’t have many friends
  • Explore strategies for making new friends
  • Explore strategies for dealing with friendship breakdown
  • Understand the importance of boundaries within friendships, including online and through technologies such as mobile phones and games

Age 11 upwards (as appropriate)

  • Discuss how friendships might change after transition to secondary school
  • Define what friendship means for them
  • Examine the notion of ‘best-friends’ and the potential benefits, pressure and responsibilities that come with being a ‘best-friend’
  • Discuss popularity, the common desire to be popular and how more popular young people can be allies to those without many friends
  • Discuss friendships within families and how beneficial they can be
  • Discuss cliques and how groups of friends can ensure they are not intimidating or excluding their peers

Related Workshops

Self Esteem

Healthy Relationships

Get In Touch.

We'd love to hear from you! Just fill out the form below and we'll get back to you 🙂

Email: enquiries@tailorsre.org.uk

Tel: 020 3289 8812

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? 2017 Tailor SRE.