For PSHE today you are going to set yourself fitness challenges. You need to think what activities you do (or might like to try out) and then set yourself some achievable goals to do with fitness in the near future, for example, be able to do 10 press ups. Once you have thought of your challenges, you also need to keep track of your progress by writing what you can currently do and what steps you are going to take to achieve your goal, for example, practise 3 times a week. At the end, you will need to copy and fill in the gaps to our jigsaw piece thinking about about how you feel at the start of the challenge and how you will feel after reaching your goal. There is a worksheet below if you would like to print and use that.
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