Help young people explore the sensitive area of homophobic bullying with this set of discussion cards
More than half of lesbian, gay and bisexual students have experienced bullying in school. It is an issue many teachers and educators find difficult to address and it can affect this group of students in their schoolwork and everyday life, leading to bullying, self-harm or depression. This set of discussion cards covers the topics of:
The cards can be used in a range of educational situations, either as a paired activity with a small group or with a whole class.
Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary), Ages: 15-18 (Senior Secondary)
70 worry cards, 7 solution cards, teachers’ notes – all in a sturdy metal tin
Ashley Ross, Sue Neame
Rob Long’s Beating The Blues !is designed to help students to better understand the emotions that can overwhelm them in their teenage years, take ownership and look for ways to resolve their own emotional problems.
Wired for Well-Being aims to introduce young people to skills and strategies from the fields of Positive Psychology and Neuroscience to empower them to become active participants in understanding, creating and maintaining their well-being and resilience. In doing so, it aims to help young people to reach their potential, to flourish and to become thriving citizens.
Values and Questions Card Set invites students into conversations about values they can bring to their learning, their work, their relationships and other aspects of their lives.
The TRP (Taking Responsibility Programme) is based on students accumulating points as a consequence of their behaviour. Choose a book option below to LOOK INSIDE:
Just Being Me is a two book resource series that provides support material for teachers and students in the area of mental health and well-being.
Quiet Times will not only get students thinking about what is important to them but will also allow them a welcome chance to recharge and refresh in the midst of busy and often stressful day-to-day classroom learning.
This book contains a series of 18 topics that can be used to support students in developing a repertoire of responses for managing feelings of anxiety and fear before they get out of control.
Targeting students at a formative, highly impressionable age (11–13 years), the activities in Values for Lifelong Learners tap into a range of well-tested teaching methods for identifying and reflecting on values. Choose an individual book to LOOK INSIDE.
These books cover many aspects of relevant health education. They ground each topic in realistic scenarios that adolescents relate and respond to, and they offer thought-provoking activities from interviews and surveys to role plays, pamphlet design and planning and budgeting. Click on Choose an Option below to LOOK INSIDE.
This book provides specific activities to use with young people that will help build their resiliency.
This CD resource will prove useful in helping young people become ‘emotionally well’ through an understanding of self-awareness, empathy, motivation and improved social skills. It will encourage young people to express themselves and interact compassionately with others.
Discussion cards and strategies to help teenagers cope with their worries
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