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22nd October 17

NSPCC Schools Safeguarding Service – Book Now for 2017-18

Over the last twelve months, we have been delivering our enhanced service Speak out. Stay safe.
for all primary school pupils, receiving hugely positive feedback on our extended our offer which now includes a 25 min assembly for KS1 (including reception if you like), a 30min assembly for KS2 and workshops for years 5 & 6, lasting 1 hour in each class. These sessions support the PSHE curriculum and help ensure the current generation of children have the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse and neglect.

Crossing the Line

Childnet 'Crossing the Line' online safety PSHE toolkit gains PSHE Association Quality Mark

Free #ImWithSam Resources

Free #ImWithSam Resources to tackle learning disability, hate crime and discrimination

Nest Lancashire

Supports anyone aged 10-18 who has been affected by crime or subjected to bullying, threats or harassment.

Schools in Mind - Talking about mental health

The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families will launch their campaign: You’re never too young to talk mental health. As part of this campaign they will provide all primary schools with a free ‘Talking Mental Health’ animation and accompanying teacher resource pack. These materials support teachers to give children the language they need to talk about mental health, the skills they need to be a good listener, and will help them to understand what to do if they’re worried about a friend.

Betty For Schools - Hello October

New month, new resources - we’ve put a betty spin on our two new student-facing interactive films. Follow Keira and her friend Ben as she starts her period at school and help them decide how to react along the way. Perfect as a team or individual extension activity, we’re sure it’ll be an absolute hit in the classroom!

Personal Finance Education Group - Autumn Newsletter

With a new academic year comes a range of new and updated support for teachers and practitioners working with young people to make financial education as accessible as possible