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Stranger Danger

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Stranger DangerStranger Danger videos could be useful end of term viewing for anyone still in school. As children tend to have far more freedom during the summer holidays, this is when they are more likely to encounter strangers. Also, of course, this is when potentially dangerous strangers could be looking out for children.

 

 

STRANGER DANGER – CHILD SAFETY / Educational videos for children. “Life is very precious and safety comes first in each and ...

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Summer Sun Safety

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Summer Sun SafetyI thought that it might be timely to write a post on Summer Sun Safety, as we experience this terrific heatwave and approach the summer holidays.  Here is a set of videos about keeping safe in the sun. They are all cartoons and suitable for different aged children to watch.

The first is ‘Stay Safe. Be ...

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Social and Emotional Learning

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Social and Emotional LearningSocial and Emotional Learning (SEL) skills aren’t core content, but they’re the core of all content. According to the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), these skills include how to “understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible ...

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Encourage Mindfulness in Children

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Mindfulness“ Mindfulness is about being fully aware of living, right now, in this moment. Research has shown that being mindful is good for us. It can have long term benefits for our health and happiness.”(Hands on Scotland)  This Scottish website explains all about what it is, how it can help and also offers ideas of how to get started.

The ...

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Anti-Bullying Week – 14 to 18 November

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Anti-Bullying Week14 – 18 November is Anti-Bullying Week 2016 and there are lots of resources being shared with teachers for use during the week.

KidPower – This site shares eight skills to help children confidently.  The site says:

“The following eight Kidpower skills have helped to prepare countless people of all ages and abilities to prevent and stop bullying. Whether you are a parent, educators, or other caring adult, when you are ...

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