1 PSHE & Citizenship Thought provoking, fun and unusual ideas to liven up PSHE lessons! The activities in these books aim to help pupils explore their own and each other’s attitudes, values and beliefs, develop skills (communication/emotional literacy) and consider other PSHE/Citizenship issues. Two books available to cover KS1 and KS2. 64 pp. Pbk.
035-PS00440 Age 7-9 035-PS00439 Age 9-11
£ 24 .45 £ 24 .45
2 Challenging Prejudice Book Pack
Understanding and tolerating each other’s differences and inclusion is the theme of this book pack. The illustrated stories cover topics such as racism, disability, travelling communities and more. KS2.
035-PS00623 22 books £ 182 .95
3 Beareavement and Loss Books
Looking to talk about a sensitive topic with your class? This selection of fi ction books make it easier to raise issues around loss and dying. KS1 and KS2. Pbk.
035-PS00929 14 pk 4 Gender Books
£ 146 .95
Challenge stereotypes in your classroom! A selection of fi ction books that your class can relate to! KS1 and KS2. Pbk.
035-PS00928 13 pk 5 6 £ 146 .95
5 Money Matters Books Discuss the importance of money with your class. A selection of both fi ction and non fi ction books that educate about the importance of money. KS1 and KS2. Pbk.
035-PS00926 11 pk £ 146 .95
6 Creative Circle Time Book Use music, song, poetry and a host of practical ideas to engage children in Circle Time Activities. There are four strands in this book which are linked to the Social Skills curriculum: Self-Esteem, Relationships, Communications, Spiritual and Moral Development.
8 035-PS00283 7 Disability Books
Discussion around disabilities can really improve inclusion. Show your pupils how other children live with a range of disabilities and how they cope with these. KS1 and KS2. Pbk.
035-PS00925 13 pk 8 Drugs Books
£ 146 .95
Educate your pupils about the dangers and benefi ts of different drugs. A selection of fi ction and non fi ction books that highlight the dangers and benefi ts that drugs can cause. KS1 and KS2. Pbk.