The Science of Peer Pressure

The Science of Peer Pressure
There’s a lot of research and science behind the influence others can have on us, and in this infographic, we look at how you can help your class navigate the demands of these everyday pressures... Read More...

Shellebrate World Turtle Day!

Shellebrate World Turtle Day!
World Turtle Day is held each year on the 23rd May to help raise awareness of the plight of the world's turtles and tortoises. We've collated some resources to help you teach your class about these ancient reptiles. Read More...

J.M Barrie Top 10 Peter Pan Quotes

J.M Barrie Top 10 Peter Pan Quotes
Peter Pan is constantly relived through theatre performances including musicals, pantomime and caters for adults and children; it is known to be one of the greatest children’s stories in western literature! Which ones are your favourite quotes? Read More...

National Share a Story Month 2018

National Share a Story Month 2018
The theme of this year’s National Story Telling Month is ‘Picture a Story’ and aims to help children share stories through the medium of illustrations, sketches and other artwork. Here are some resources to help you share stories in your classroom... Read More...

National Skipping Day - 21st April 2017

National Skipping Day - 21st April 2017
A day to promote the fun exercise which has incredible health benefits. You can take part; register here for free and your school will be put in touch with a local coach who will visit your school and teach the children a variety of skipping skills... Read More...

6 Teaching Resources for Young People’s Mental Health - #WorldHealthDay

6 Teaching Resources for Young People’s Mental Health - #WorldHealthDay
Today is World Health Day and this year’s focus is depression. The number of people living with depression worldwide has increased by over 18% between 2005 and 2015. How can we raise awareness of this growing concern and encourage people to talk? Here are free resources to use in the classroom to help raise awareness of mental health in your school... Read More...

How do we explain terrorism to children?

How do we explain terrorism to children?
Terrorism is something as adults we can barely understand ourselves. How do we explain it to children? How do we educate them to make sense of such tragedies? Here are a few things you can do to help them understand... Read More...
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