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17th July 18

Media Smart - June blog: What is media literacy and why is it so important?

Please click the link above for the latest Media Smart blog.

UK Safer Internet Centre Insider - June 2018

Click the link for the latest news from the UKSIC

Give Up Loving Pop (GULP) - Free Classroom Resources

Give Up Loving Pop (GULP) is a successful campaign developed by public health nutrition specialists at Food Active. Click the link for free classroom resources

Statutory PSHE: meaningful change supported by busy teachers & school leaders

A new report from a coalition of organisations including school leaders’ union NAHT, the National Education Union (NEU), NSPCC, Sex Education Forum, and PSHE Association, shows overwhelming support for making personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education a compulsory subject for all pupils in all schools. Click the link for more details.

PSHE Association - News Digest 18 - 22 June

Click the link to read the latest Blog from the PSHE Association

Education and Health Committees reiterate call for statutory PSHE

Today’s joint report from the cross-party Education and Health and Social Care Committees on the government mental health Green Paper stresses the need for compulsory personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education in all schools.

MediaSmart's Top education and e-safety blogs

Our aim at Media Smart is to teach primary school and secondary school pupils about media and advertising. Here are our go-to sources for reliable content.