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Schools & Child Care

Truth and Consequences

Educators and schools are in a unique position to help students develop Living Skills; the assets they need to have a positive sense of self, form healthy relationships and become skilled in understanding information, solve problems and make responsible decisions. Running Truth and Consequences for students enables them to grow into caring and healthy adults.

The Truth and Consequences program has been developed to support schools to meet the Ontario Health & Physical Education 2015 curriculum. It is designed to support the Living Skills component of the curriculum by incorporating Personal Skills (PS), Interpersonal Skills (IS), and Critical Creative Thinking (CT) into the activities.

Click here (PDF) to view the curriculum links, including the Living Skills, to the Truth and Consequences program.

Click here to access the Truth and Consequences lesson plans.

To access this program and for more ways to offer an integrated approach to healthy living in your school, contact your Healthy Schools Public Health Nurse.

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