Literacy

Valuing Money

Valuing Money

A 10-unit RE programme helping children unpack the real value of money Chris Hudson £9.99

A cross-curricular teaching resource for primary schools, enabling children to explore moral issues around our attitude to money and what it represents, and to think about what is truly valuable. The material includes ten story-led lesson plans with illustrations, Bible link stories and cross-curricular classroom activities, and three assembly outlines suitable for Collective Worship.

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What Makes a Winner?

What Makes a Winner?

A cross-curricular classroom and assembly resource on learning life lessons from sport Chris Hudson £6.99

This resource is intended to help schools explore PSHE values, using examples taken from the sporting world. Through classroom and assembly sessions based around the stories of inspirational athletes, the pupils will be encouraged to ask hard questions about sporting values, respond to true-life stories in a variety of ways, and reflect on what this all has to do with them.

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Poetry Emotion

Poetry Emotion

50 original poems to spark an imaginative approach to topical values Stewart Henderson £6.99

Poetry Emotion contains a treasure trove of original poems to stimulate a child's observation and deep thinking; to affirm individuality and a sense of belonging; to express a myriad of feelings; and to develop meaningful skills for living. The 50 poems are organised under 12 value-based topics, providing an ideal vehicle to address social and emotional values at Key Stage 2. They can be used with great effect in Collective Worship, and readily related to English, PSHCE, SEAL and RE in the classroom.

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Teaching Narnia

Teaching Narnia

A cross-curricular classroom and assembly resource for RE teachers Olivia Warburton £6.99

Drawing on C.S. Lewis's classic series, Teaching Narnia provides a wealth of creative and interactive ideas for use in the classroom and in collective worship. The Narnia books are an important part of Christian and literary heritage in the UK, with teaching applications beyond RE and Literacy to PSHE and Citizenship and a number of other curriculum areas. They help children to explore and develop their worldview, tackling big questions such as: What is really real?, How do we see the world?, Who is in charge of the world?, Is God really good?, Does he exist at all?, What happens after death?, How do we know what is right and wrong? and What can we learn from history?

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