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17th December 17

Red Cross Education resources for teachers

The holidays are just around the corner – here are four quick activities to help bring 2017 to a close

PSHE education supports academic success, says major evidence review

The PSHE Association has just launched a major new evidence review that highlights ‘very strong evidence’ that high quality PSHE learning ‘has a positive impact on academic attainment’. Click here for more details

PSHE Association News Digest 30 October - 3 November

Please click here for the latest news letter from the PSHE Association.

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

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