Young people living with dire situations tell their heart-warming stories in their own words. This is combined with facts, timelines, statistics and reports by governments and aid agencies. This story tells the life of Pramod. Curriculum Links: PHSE & Citizenships KS2/KS3 Geography KS3.
Young people living with dire situations tell their heart-warming stories in their own words. This is combined with facts, timelines, statistics and reports by governments and aid agencies. This story tells the life of Daniel. Curriculum Links: PHSE & Citizenship KS2/KS3 Geography KS3.
Young people living with dire situations tell their own words. This is combined with facts, timelines, statistics and reports by governments and aid agencies. This book is about the life of Jose. Curriculum Links: PSHE & Citizenship KS2/KS3 Geography KS3.
This book gives teachers tips to make PSHE more engaging and relevant, and includes advice on teaching a range of contemporary topics such as social media, and sex and sexuality. With case studies and strategies on planning and pitching sessions, the tried-and-tested advice makes this the 'go-to' resource for teaching PSHE.
This book enables teachers to meet the needs of children with a wide range of specific learning difficulties in mainstream classrooms, while promoting acceptance and self-esteem. Viewing the class as a diverse group rather than focusing on diagnoses, it presents advice and strategies for creating a supportive learning environment for all.
What's the difference between being kind and being compassionate? How can we become more compassionate? And why can being compassionate be so difficult? Learn, along with Sam, answers to these and many other questions about this important character value.
This book provides both an insightful read for anyone wishing to know more about GRT communities, beliefs and practices, in addition to allowing those in a professional setting (Education, Health, local Council) the opportunity to forge better relationships with GRT people in their care.
Body image expert Dr Charlotte Markey uses her twenty-five years of experience to help girls aged 9-15 develop a positive body image and improve their overall wellbeing. Covering puberty, mental health, self-care, why diets are bad news, dealing with social media, and everything in-between, this is a must read!
Sinead Burke is an advocate, activist, teacher, British vogue cover model and happens to be a little person at three and a half feet tall. Her debut children's book will encourage readers to be comfortable in their own skin, break the mould and discover their place in the world
Clare Balding, TV presenter, sportswoman, bestselling author and national treasure spent her childhood falling off and getting back in the saddle. In her first non-fiction book for children, she shares her warm, funny and reassuring personal insights into what it means to make mistakes and be unafraid of failure.
A 12-session course for primary aged pupils. It builds on the "Circle Time" process to teach a range of personal and social skills with activities and ideas for follow up work. It includes strategies such as: listening; turn taking; accepting differences; giving and receiving compliments; co-operating with others; and confident speaking to peers.
Covering aspects of health and well being including physical, emotional and social health, this work helps schools to encourage children to make positive life choices. It links directly to Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) and the National Healthy Schools Standard. It is useful for teachers, School Nurses and PSHE Co-ordinators.
Provides teachers in mainstream and special schools with a tried and successful progressive health education curriculum for pupils with moderate and severe learning difficulties, emphasising a whole-school approach to sex and health education.
This resource provides a complete positive psychology programme designed to promote happiness, resilience and motivation in young people aged 11-18. It contains a section on the theory of positive psychology, guidance for facilitators on delivering the programme, and a 24-session programme to build strengths and promote well-being in young people.
Drawing from research in child development and specifically on what children can handle at each age, this book offers parents a foundation on which they can build their own answers as their child's understanding expands.
How can schools promote democracy? Whose values should take precedence in multicultural societies? This book draws on a range of international examples to illustrate how schools can enable young people to work towards the ideals of justice and peace in both school community and the wider world.
Drawn from Debi's own experiences and with a moving testimony at the end of the book explaining how depression has affected her and how she continues to cope, Debi hopes that by sharing her own experience she can help others who suffer from depression, and to find that subtle shift that will show the way out.
This is a fun resource designed to help children aged 7-13 get thinking and talking about their feelings and the issues affecting their lives. Activities surrounding issues such as peer relationships and friendships, bullying, offending, participation and citizenship are designed to build self-esteem, raise aspirations and increase motivation.
Focusing on personal safety, this work addresses key issues such as: emotional health and well-being; the ability to access help and support; and family, social and sexual relationships. Each section contains a comprehensive facilitator's guide.
Provides a whole-school value based programme for young people from five to twelve years of age. Including a CD-ROM, this book helps young people to: have a sense of belonging; identify their talents; develop proactive problem solving; enhance positive social orientation; and encourage an optimistic sense of fun.
Mental Health is a mandatory component of the PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) curriculum. This book explains the difference between counselling and counselling skills, as well as looking at how mental health issues affect children's behaviour, self-esteem, motivation and achievement and so on, and what the school can do about this.
With numerous examples to supplement her rich theoretical discussion, the author builds a compelling philosophical argument for an ethics based on natural caring, as in the care of a mother for her child. She discusses the extent to which we may truly care for plants, animals, or ideas.