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3rd December 16

Boots Opticians Schools Challenge

The Schools Challenge aims to encourage children tolook after their eyes and read for enjoyment.
The National Literacy Trust and Boots Opticians
are working together because we know that an
undiagnosed eyesight problem at a young age could be a huge barrier to enjoying reading, which is a vitalpart of a child’s literacy development.
This year, volunteers from Boots Opticians will
visit their local primary schools to deliver special
assemblies and classroom events, supported by
curriculum-linked resources.

NSPCC Speak Out Stay Safe (formerly Childline Schools Service)

Now for every child in every school
AS the UK’s leading children’s charity we’re committed to making sure we’re there to help schools around the country keep their pupils safe.
Through our Schools Service we aim to empower and help children and provide you, and all teachers across the UK, with the tools to do that. Because we know that through working together the NSPCC and the whole school community can have a tremendous impact in preventing abuse and keeping children and young people safe.

News from pfeg

You’ll probably be aware that in 2014 pfeg merged into Young Enterprise. From our next newsletter, things will look a bit different as we are moving to just using the YE logo. This won’t change the fantastic financial education training, resources and advice we offer, but moving to one brand will help us be really clear about what we do and help us reach even more educators and young people.


First safeguarding platform and app free for 6 months as it is funded by the DfE.

Free Drinkaware for Education resources for Alcohol Awareness Week

Alcohol Awareness Week (14-20 November 2016) provides an ideal opportunity to teach your pupils about the effects and risks of alcohol.

PSHE Resources for Anti-Bullying Week and Alcohol Awareness Week

Please see some of the quality assured classroom resources on the PSHE website to help you to address these important issues