Statutory R(S)HE within PSHE?

Posted by John Rees on 16.03.20 in Guest Blogs

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From September 2020, Relationships and Health Education become statutory in primary schools and secondary schools so now is the time for schools to be reviewing policy and parental engagement and be working out what, when and how are they going to teach.

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The Importance of PSHE Education in Schools

Posted by Charlotte Gordon on 09.03.20 in Guest Blogs

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Why is PSHE education important in schools with a focus on mental health

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New 2020 Statutory DoE Guidance…Internet Safety in the Spotlight

Posted by Jonny Pelter on 25.02.20 in Guest Blogs

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Schools and PSHE (Personal, social, health and economic) leads in September will need to meet a new set of statuary requirements set out by the Department of Education on RSE and Health Education. In this article, internet safety expert and founder of SimpleCyberLife.com Jonny Pelter summarises some of the key area's schools will need to focus to meet compliance.

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Cre8tive Resources in Action!

Posted by Joy Helliwell on 25.06.19 in Guest Blogs, Resources

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Further proof that Cre8tive Resources products are helping teachers to better educate and support their pupils.

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Invaluable support

Posted by Caroline Tinsley on 30.05.19 in Guest Blogs

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How Cre8tive Resources products are helping teachers to better educate their pupils.

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Using Novels to Teach about the Holocaust in Schools

Posted by Sharon Hart-Green on 31.03.19 in Guest Blogs

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If a work of Holocaust fiction is written with historical accuracy, then it can serve as an invaluable resource for teaching about this dark period, especially in schools.

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CITIZENSHIP – A Superhero Subject

Posted by Kelly Allchin on 24.03.19 in Guest Blogs

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The value of citizenship in schools to encourage students to be better citizens.

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Holocaust Education and its Place in Citizenship Education

Posted by Zoe Bowden on 24.01.19 in Guest Blogs, Resources

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What links does the Holocaust have with the Citizenship curriculum? Why is Holocaust Memorial Day important and as Citizenship teachers what could we be doing to mark this event?

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Why is Citizenship so Important?

Posted by Bryden Joy on 15.01.19 in Guest Blogs

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Why is Citizenship so undervalued? Pupils need the chance to understand the world around them.

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