News Tagged 'PSHE'

Operation Prevention

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Operation PreventionOperation Prevention is a set of educational resource, developed in the USA, where they are struggling with an epidemic of people addicted to prescription drugs. The project has developed teaching resources suitable for all ages in educational institutions. Anyone looking at the use of drugs as part of the UK science curriculum may find these few ...

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Philosophy for Children – P4C

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Philosophy for Children - P4CPhilosophy for Children – P4C “Improves teaching and learning for the lasting benefit of individuals, schools, colleges and communities.  In P4C the teacher facilitates a student-led discussion on a philosophical question. P4C builds higher order thinking, questioning, speaking and listening skills. Over 25 years, SAPERE has trained more than 27,000 teachers in the ...

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Amaze Sex Education

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Sex EducationSex education is often covered towards the end of year 6 in preparation for changing to secondary schools.  There is a very useful sex education website called Amaze. The site content is covered in a set of cartoons which are very straightforward, easy to understand, light-hearted and two of them could be used to help teaching all year 6 children.

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Food and Nutrition

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Food and NutritionKnowledge of food and nutrition is increasingly important as levels of obesity rise, especially within children. This collection of links has been collated to support the study of food and nutrition in the classroom.

EverySchool  This site has a set of, KS2 Science, food and nutrition resources available for teachers to use:

Save time searching the internet for great science KS2 food interactive teaching resources, let us do the work ...

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Streetwise

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3MStreetwiseStreetwise is a great road safety site to be aware of as we approach the summer holidays when children are more likely to be out and about on their own. It is always good to remind them how to keep safe on the roads.

“Road accidents are the single biggest cause of accidental death among  5–14 year olds – a fact that ...

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