Let’s make PSHE statutory!

Make PSHE statutory

A plea from Dr. Pooky Knightsmith   If you are a teacher, a parent, a young person, a health professional or just about anyone else who believes in importance of providing young people with the skills and knowledge they need to navigate daily life you will support the call to action of ‘Let’s make PSHE statutory’. PSHE stands for Personal, […]

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Using Distancing Techniques in PSHE

This post from Lynne Deacon & shared by Creative Education is really helpful in minimising those tricky moments that arise in PSHE sessions with students Teaching some of the topics in the PSHE curriculum can be tricky, even awkward and, not to put too fine a point on it, just plain embarrassing. Some experienced teachers can handle it all without […]

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Not fair! It wasn’t me!

How do we link punishment and rewards when it comes to behaviour? I’m not talking about outrageous behaviour which is often easier to judge. There is one victim, one perpetrator and possibly a group of watchers who may be implicated by association. No, I’m talking about chatting after being asked to be quiet. It is described as low level, minor  […]

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