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Slide 1: This is a game to test your knowledge about what choices are right in school. You will be helping Phil to get through his first day at his new academy. Start Game
Slide 2: This is Phil. It is his first day at his new academy. Help him to make the right choices! Click on him to start the school day
Slide 3: Phil is on the bus and doesn’t know who to sit beside. Can you help him? Gary is a quiet boy and is smiling. Roddy is sitting listening to loud music and is looking at Phil in a gruff manner.
Slide 4: Right choice, Gary will help Phil get through his first day! He is a good friend to Phil and he is willing to help him make the right choice. Next Question
Slide 5: Wrong choice, he is making a fool of Phil in front of all his school mates. Roddy is one of the school bullies and thinks Phil is a new geek to bully. Next question
Slide 6: You have made 1 right choice Hurray, you have helped Phil to arrive at school on time. Gary helps Phil find his classroom for his first period. On the way to his class Phil gets asked to play truant by Freddy. What should he do? Yes or No Do you want to skip school?
Slide 7: You have made 0 right choices Phil has arrived at school on time. He will have to find his classroom on his own for his first period. On the way to his class Phil gets asked to play truant by Freddy. What should he do? Yes or No Do you want to skip school?
Slide 8: Wrong choice! In any one year, at least a million children play truant for at least half a day. The figures show that these children are more likely to leave school without qualifications, less likely to have good social and life skills, and more likely to get drawn into anti-social or even criminal behavior. Next Question
Slide 9: Right choice! In any one year, at least a million children play truant for at least half a day. The figures show that these children are more likely to leave school without qualifications, less likely to have good social and life skills, and more likely to get drawn into anti-social or even criminal behavior. Next Question
Slide 10: Wrong choice! In any one year, at least a million children play truant for at least half a day. The figures show that these children are more likely to leave school without qualifications, less likely to have good social and life skills, and more likely to get drawn into anti-social or even criminal behavior. Next Question
Slide 11: Right choice! In any one year, at least a million children play truant for at least half a day. The figures show that these children are more likely to leave school without qualifications, less likely to have good social and life skills, and more likely to get drawn into anti-social or even criminal behavior. Next Question
Slide 12: You have made 1 right choice You have now helped Phil to get to his first period. 35 minutes into this period a note is passed onto his desk. It says -: Hey Geek, watch out I am going to get you. What should Phil do? Write note back Tell teacher
Slide 13: You have made 2 right choices You have now helped Phil to get to his first period. 35 minutes into this period a note is passed onto his desk. It says -: Hey Geek, watch out I am going to get you. What should Phil do? Write note back Tell teacher
Slide 14: You have made 0 right choices You have now helped Phil to get to his first period. 35 minutes into this period a note is passed onto his desk. It says -: Hey Geek, watch out I am going to get you. What should Phil do? Write note back Tell teacher
Slide 15: Right answer! By telling the teacher Phil has sorted out the problem and the bully has been given a warning. Next question
Slide 16: Wrong answer! Phil got caught by the teacher when he was writing the letter and he got a punishment exercise for when he goes home. Next question
Slide 17: Right answer! By telling the teacher Phil has sorted out the problem and the bully has been given a warning. Next question
Slide 18: Wrong answer! Phil got caught by the teacher when he was writing the letter and he got a punishment exercise for when he goes home. Next question
Slide 19: Right answer! By telling the teacher Phil has sorted out the problem and the bully has been given a warning. Next question
Slide 20: Wrong answer! Phil got caught by the teacher when he was writing the letter and he got a punishment exercise for when he goes home. Next question
Slide 21: You have made 3 right choices It is play time and Phil goes out to play. Phil sees a group of 5th years smoking. One of them approaches Phil and says, “ Do you want a fag?” What should he do? Have a cigarette Walk away
Slide 22: You have made 0 right choices It is play time and Phil goes out to play. Phil sees a group of 5th years smoking. One of them approaches Phil and says, “ Do you want a fag?” What should he do? Have a cigarette Walk away
Slide 23: You have made 2 right choices It is play time and Phil goes out to play. Phil sees a group of 5th years smoking. One of them approaches Phil and says, “ Do you want a fag?” What should he do? Have a cigarette Walk away
Slide 24: You have made 1 right choice It is play time and Phil goes out to play. Phil sees a group of 5th years smoking. One of them approaches Phil and says, “ Do you want a fag?” What should he do? Have a cigarette Walk away
Slide 25: Correct answer! If Phil started smoking he may get addicted. About 120,000 people in the UK die each year due to smoking. Next Question
Slide 26: Wrong answer! If Phil starts smoking he may get addicted. About 120,000 people in the UK die each year due to smoking. Next Question
Slide 27: Correct answer! If Phil started smoking he may get addicted. About 120,000 people in the UK die each year due to smoking. Next Question
Slide 28: Wrong answer! If Phil starts smoking he may get addicted. About 120,000 people in the UK die each year due to smoking. Next Question
Slide 29: Correct answer! If Phil started smoking he may get addicted. About 120,000 people in the UK die each year due to smoking. Next Question
Slide 30: Wrong answer! If Phil starts smoking he may get addicted. About 120,000 people in the UK die each year due to smoking. Next Question
Slide 31: Correct answer! If Phil started smoking he may get addicted. About 120,000 people in the UK die each year due to smoking. Next Question
Slide 32: Wrong answer! If Phil starts smoking he may get addicted. About 120,000 people in the UK die each year due to smoking. Next Question
Slide 33: You have made 4 right choices It is after playtime and Phil is walking to his next period. On the way there he meets Larry. Larry asks Phil if he wants to take ‘Billy’. He says it will make him more alert in school. Should Phil say yes and take it or should he say no and walk away? Take Billy Walk away
Slide 34: You have made 3 right choices It is after playtime and Phil is walking to his next period. On the way there he meets Larry. Larry asks Phil if he wants to take ‘Billy’. He says it will make him more alert in school. Should Phil say yes and take it or should he say no and walk away? Take Billy Walk away
Slide 35: You have made 2 right choices It is after playtime and Phil is walking to his next period. On the way there he meets Larry. Larry asks Phil if he wants to take ‘Billy’. He says it will make him more alert in school. Should Phil say yes and take it or should he say no and walk away? Take Billy Walk away
Slide 36: You have made 1 right choice It is after playtime and Phil is walking to his next period. On the way there he meets Larry. Larry asks Phil if he wants to take ‘Billy’. He says it will make him more alert in school. Should Phil say yes and take it or should he say no and walk away? Take Billy Walk away
Slide 37: You have made 0 right choices It is after playtime and Phil is walking to his next period. On the way there he meets Larry. Larry asks Phil if he wants to take ‘Billy’. He says it will make him more alert in school. Should Phil say yes and take it or should he say no and walk away? Take Billy Walk away
Slide 38: Right Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 39: Wrong Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 40: Right Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 41: Wrong Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 42: Right Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 43: Wrong Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 44: Right Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 45: Wrong Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 46: Right Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 47: Wrong Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 48: Right Answer! Billy is a street name for Speed. If Phil took Speed it could lead to anxiety, depression, irritability and aggression as well as mental illness such as psychosis and paranoid feelings. Also, it’s impossible to sit still or sleep on speed and the come down can make users feel irritable and depressed and can last for one or two days. Next Question
Slide 49: You have made 5 right choices It is lunch time and Phil is eating his lunch. After he has finished he went out to the playground to play. He is offered a drink of alcohol by Bob, should he take it or should he refuse it? Refuse it Take it
Slide 50: You have made 4 right choices It is lunch time and Phil is eating his lunch. After he has finished he went out to the playground to play. He is offered a drink of alcohol by Bob, should he take it or should he refuse it? Refuse it Take it
Slide 51: You have made 3 right choices It is lunch time and Phil is eating his lunch. After he has finished he went out to the playground to play. He is offered a drink of alcohol by Bob, should he take it or should he refuse it? Refuse it Take it
Slide 52: You have made 2 right choices It is lunch time and Phil is eating his lunch. After he has finished he went out to the playground to play. He is offered a drink of alcohol by Bob, should he take it or should he refuse it? Refuse it Take it
Slide 53: You have made 1 right choice It is lunch time and Phil is eating his lunch. After he has finished he went out to the playground to play. He is offered a drink of alcohol by Bob, should he take it or should he refuse it? Refuse it Take it
Slide 54: You have made 0 right choices It is lunch time and Phil is eating his lunch. After he has finished he went out to the playground to play. He is offered a drink of alcohol by Bob, should he take it or should he refuse it? Refuse it Take it
Slide 55: Correct! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 56: Incorrect! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 57: Correct! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 58: Incorrect! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 59: Correct! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 60: Incorrect! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 61: Correct! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 62: Incorrect! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 63: Correct! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 64: Incorrect! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 65: Correct! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 66: Incorrect! Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. Next Question
Slide 67: You have made 6 right choices Phil is just about to go to his maths class. Pete, a popular boy in his class says, "Come on! ALL of us are cutting maths. Who wants to go take that quiz? We're going to take a walk and get sweets instead. Let's go!” Do you take the quiz or do you give in and go with them? Go with them Take the quiz
Slide 68: You have made 5 right choices Phil is just about to go to his maths class. Pete, a popular boy in his class says, "Come on! ALL of us are cutting maths. Who wants to go take that quiz? We're going to take a walk and get sweets instead. Let's go!” Do you take the quiz or do you give in and go with them? Go with them Take the quiz
Slide 69: You have made 4 right choices Phil is just about to go to his maths class. Pete, a popular boy in his class says, "Come on! ALL of us are cutting maths. Who wants to go take that quiz? We're going to take a walk and get sweets instead. Let's go!” Do you take the quiz or do you give in and go with them? Go with them Take the quiz
Slide 70: You have made 3 right choices Phil is just about to go to his maths class. Pete, a popular boy in his class says, "Come on! ALL of us are cutting maths. Who wants to go take that quiz? We're going to take a walk and get sweets instead. Let's go!” Do you take the quiz or do you give in and go with them? Go with them Take the quiz
Slide 71: You have made 2 right choices Phil is just about to go to his maths class. Pete, a popular boy in his class says, "Come on! ALL of us are cutting maths. Who wants to go take that quiz? We're going to take a walk and get sweets instead. Let's go!” Do you take the quiz or do you give in and go with them? Go with them Take the quiz
Slide 72: You have made 1 right choice Phil is just about to go to his maths class. Pete, a popular boy in his class says, "Come on! ALL of us are cutting maths. Who wants to go take that quiz? We're going to take a walk and get sweets instead. Let's go!” Do you take the quiz or do you give in and go with them? Go with them Take the quiz
Slide 73: You have made 0 right choices Phil is just about to go to his maths class. Pete, a popular boy in his class says, "Come on! ALL of us are cutting maths. Who wants to go take that quiz? We're going to take a walk and get sweets instead. Let's go!” Do you take the quiz or do you give in and go with them? Go with them Take the quiz
Slide 74: Right choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 75: Wrong choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 76: Right choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 77: Wrong choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 78: Right choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 79: Wrong choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 80: Right choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 81: Wrong choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 82: Right choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 83: Wrong choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 84: Right choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 85: Wrong choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 86: Right choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 87: Wrong choice! Making decisions on your own is hard enough, but when other people get involved and try to pressure you one way or another it can be even harder. People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It's something everyone has to deal with - even adults. Next Question
Slide 88: You have made 7 right choices In Phil’s class there is a girl Sara, who is inhaling glue. She asks Phil, “Want to have a go?” What should he do? Don’t inhale the glue Inhale the glue
Slide 89: You have made 6 right choices In Phil’s class there is a girl Sara, who is inhaling glue. She asks Phil, “Want to have a go?” What should he do? Don’t inhale the glue Inhale the glue
Slide 90: You have made 5 right choices In Phil’s class there is a girl Sara, who is inhaling glue. She asks Phil, “Want to have a go?” What should he do? Don’t inhale the glue Inhale the glue
Slide 91: You have made 4 right choices In Phil’s class there is a girl Sara, who is inhaling glue. She asks Phil, “Want to have a go?” What should he do? Don’t inhale the glue Inhale the glue
Slide 92: You have made 3 right choices In Phil’s class there is a girl Sara, who is inhaling glue. She asks Phil, “Want to have a go?” What should he do? Don’t inhale the glue Inhale the glue
Slide 93: You have made 2 right choices In Phil’s class there is a girl Sara, who is inhaling glue. She asks Phil, “Want to have a go?” What should he do? Don’t inhale the glue Inhale the glue
Slide 94: You have made 1 right choice In Phil’s class there is a girl Sara, who is inhaling glue. She asks Phil, “Want to have a go?” What should he do? Don’t inhale the glue Inhale the glue
Slide 95: You have made 0 right choices In Phil’s class there is a girl Sara, who is inhaling glue. She asks Phil, “Want to have a go?” What should he do? Don’t inhale the glue Inhale the glue
Slide 96: Correct answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 97: Wrong answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 98: Correct answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 99: Wrong answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 100: Correct answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 101: Wrong answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 102: Correct answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 103: Wrong answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 104: Correct answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 105: Wrong answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 106: Correct answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 107: Wrong answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 108: Correct answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 109: Wrong answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 110: Correct answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 111: Wrong answer! Right after inhaling glue the immediate effects can be -: nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling and looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and a loss of appetite. It can also give users a 'hangover' afterwards, giving them the mother of all headaches and making them sleepy. Next Question
Slide 112: You have made 8 right choices Phil is walking to a bus stop and sees his schoolmate getting bullied, what should he do? Don't help his schoolmate Help his schoolmate
Slide 113: You have made 7 right choices Phil is walking to a bus stop and sees a schoolmate getting bullied, what should he do? Don't help his schoolmate Help his schoolmate
Slide 114: You have made 6 right choices Phil is walking to a bus stop and sees a schoolmate getting bullied, what should he do? Don't help his schoolmate Help his schoolmate
Slide 115: You have made 5 right choices Phil is walking to a bus stop and sees a schoolmate getting bullied, what should he do? Don't help his schoolmate Help his schoolmate
Slide 116: You have made 4 right choices Phil is walking to a bus stop and sees a schoolmate getting bullied, what should he do? Don't help his schoolmate Help his schoolmate
Slide 117: You have made 3 right choices Phil is walking to a bus stop and sees a schoolmate getting bullied, what should he do? Don't help his schoolmate Help his schoolmate
Slide 118: You have made 2 right choices Phil is walking to a bus stop and sees a schoolmate getting bullied, what should he do? Don't help his schoolmate Help his schoolmate
Slide 119: You have made 1 right choices Phil is walking to a bus stop and sees a schoolmate getting bullied, what should he do? Don't help his schoolmate Help his schoolmate
Slide 120: You have made 0 right choices Phil is walking to a bus stop and sees a schoolmate getting bullied, what should he do? Don't help his schoolmate Help his schoolmate
Slide 121: Right choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 122: Wrong choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 123: Right choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 124: Wrong choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 125: Right choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 126: Wrong choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 127: Right choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 128: Wrong choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 129: Right choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 130: Wrong choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 131: Right choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 132: Wrong choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 133: Right choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 134: Wrong choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 135: Right choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 136: Wrong choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 137: Right choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 138: Wrong choice! Bullying is repeated harassment over a period of time, and is done in a way that makes it difficult for the person being bullied to defend themselves. Bullying can happen outside of a school or college. If someone is consistently doing any of these things to you, whether it's on the street, on the bus or in the workplace, it's still considered bullying. Next Question
Slide 139: You have made 9 right choices Phil is waiting at the bus stop and meets Norris. He is asked if he wants to stay up really late when he gets back home! Should he stay up late or go to sleep at a sensible time? Stay up late Go to bed
Slide 140: You have made 8 right choices Phil is waiting at the bus stop and meets Norris. He is asked if he wants to stay up really late when he gets back home! Should he stay up late or go to sleep at a sensible time? Stay up late Go to bed
Slide 141: You have made 7 right choices Phil is waiting at the bus stop and meets Norris. He is asked if he wants to stay up really late when he gets back home! Should he stay up late or go to sleep at a sensible time? Stay up late Go to bed
Slide 142: You have made 6 right choices Phil is waiting at the bus stop and meets Norris. He is asked if he wants to stay up really late when he gets back home! Should he stay up late or go to sleep at a sensible time? Stay up late Go to bed
Slide 143: You have made 5 right choices Phil is waiting at the bus stop and meets Norris. He is asked if he wants to stay up really late when he gets back home! Should he stay up late or go to sleep at a sensible time? Stay up late Go to bed
Slide 144: You have made 4 right choices Phil is waiting at the bus stop and meets Norris. He is asked if he wants to stay up really late when he gets back home! Should he stay up late or go to sleep at a sensible time? Stay up late Go to bed
Slide 145: You have made 3 right choices Phil is waiting at the bus stop and meets Norris. He is asked if he wants to stay up really late when he gets back home! Should he stay up late or go to sleep at a sensible time? Stay up late Go to bed
Slide 146: You have made 2 right choices Phil is waiting at the bus stop and meets Norris. He is asked if he wants to stay up really late when he gets back home! Should he stay up late or go to sleep at a sensible time? Stay up late Go to bed
Slide 147: You have made 1 right choice Phil is waiting at the bus stop and meets Norris. He is asked if he wants to stay up really late when he gets back home! Should he stay up late or go to sleep at a sensible time? Stay up late Go to bed
Slide 148: You have made 0 right choices Phil is waiting at the bus stop and meets Norris. He is asked if he wants to stay up really late when he gets back home! Should he stay up late or go to sleep at a sensible time? Stay up late Go to bed
Slide 149: Wrong choice! Up to two thirds of kids don't get as much sleep as they should do, and this can make them stressed and slower at school. Your Score
Slide 150: Right choice! Up to two thirds of kids don't get as much sleep as they should do, and this can make them stressed and slower at school. Your Score

   
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