This is a web site that informs readers of significant dates/events across the Year. It is a mix of religious, social, cultural and special interest events. It is fairly thorough and is a good place to look for ideas to link school events to.
The National Children’s Bureau website has a variety of useful free resources relation to PSHE delivery.
Go Givers is a PSHE and Citizenship programme for primary schools to develop caring and concerned citizens with the skills and confidence to make a positive difference to their communities. The website gives free access to a great deal of material that teachers will find useful; lesson plans across KS1 and 2 as well as planning and other tools.
They also organise their “Make a difference” challenge.
This site provides information about subjects that matter to young people in London. Targeted at 11-16 year olds, it is designed to sit alongside the main Metropolitan Police Service website.
It includes links to:
- Your Justice Your World
- Miss Dorothy.com
- Gang and Group Offenders (A practitioners’ handbook of ideas and interventions)
- PSHE lessons mapped against the National Curriculum
- London Criminal Justice Partnership
- UK Youth Parliament….and more!
Seal and the Global Dimension provides pathways and appropriate resources for embedding the Global Dimension within the SEAL programme, engaging school pupils in global and development issues.
There are a number of resources to download to support teaching about the global community and our role within it.
The Schools Linking Network facilitates links between schools in England to help children and young people explore their identity, celebrate diversity and develop dialogue.
On this website you will find details of training for staff, case studies and resources for primary schools.