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23 March 2020

Anna Freud - Coronavirus Page

Anna Freud has created a Coronavirus page to support teachers, pupils and parents.
13 March 2020

Advice on addressing coronavirus (COVID-19) in PSHE lessons

Teaching about hygiene routines, how bacteria and viruses affect health and recognising illness is a part of the Health Education aspect of PSHE education at all key stages.
21 February 2020

Young people in care feel there are fewer opportunities for them to get involved in sport

Six out of 10 young people in care felt they did not have the same opportunities to take part in sport compared to friends who were not in care, according to a new report.
28 January 2020

Infectious diseases posters: for schools and other childcare settings

Online posters to promote Health Protection in schools and childcare settings
28 January 2020

Leeds: New Bereavement Pathway

The pathway for professionals working with children and young people in Leeds who have been bereaved has recently been updated to include new services available in the city.
27 January 2020

Climate change: Teaching the truth of natural disasters

Schools must prepare young people for the consequences of climate change, says international aid charity.
17 January 2020

Teenage pregnancy: the stats teachers need to know

A joined-up approach has helped to cut teen pregnancy by 60 per cent – but there is more work to do, says Alison Hadley
12 January 2020

How to teach online safety through (almost) any subject

With the internet taking an increasingly large role in all of our lives, it should play a part in the teaching of as many subjects as possible, argues Rebecca Mace
07 January 2020

LGBT-inclusive curriculum guide launched for UK primary schools

Leading LGBT charity Stonewall publishes new guide to support teachers deliver LGBT-inclusive education.
07 January 2020

Sex Education: how to tackle 5 common myths

One former head of PSHE offers advice on how teachers can bust five common myths in sex education
02 January 2020

Learning beyond the classroom - Literacy inspired outdoor education

Learning through adventure and experience is ‘hard wired’ into children – Kate Heap a Primary English Specialist from Leeds blogged about how she uses sailing to support children’s understanding of the novel Kensuke’s Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo.
20 December 2019

EYFS: Could the answer to good writing be dancing?

We know that physical activity isn’t the whole answer but it’s a great start… Helen Pinnington shares her experiences and the positive outcomes on motivation in early writing in her school.
23 November 2019

Children's Society: Bereavement and Negative Thoughts

Perspective of a young person around negative thoughts
22 November 2019

Experiences of Online Gaming

The Children’s Commissioner is protecting and empowering children online whilst holding social media companies to account
21 November 2019

Could breakfast help to improve GCSE results?

Do you offer a free breakfast at your school? Researchers have found that secondary school pupils who eat breakfast regularly score nearly two GCSE grades above their peers who often miss the meal.