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Health Education Resource Centre: 19 Dec 2014

PSHE & Citizenship Resources CATALOGUE

Equipment, teaching resources, DVDs and pupil books must always complement a planned programme of PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) and must never be used in place of it. Similarly, such resources support teaching and learning should never be used to replace teaching input.

Before using a resource the following checklist should prove useful in ensuring its effective use.
Always look at the resource (preview a DVD) and familiarise yourself with the content and methods.
Is the resource appropriate:

  • does it meet the pupils needs?
  • does it comply with school policy?
  • does it meet the aims of the session?
Be clear about how to use the resource.
If in doubt, contact the Health Education Service for guidance and support.

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Alcohol Education

Alcohol Education


Equip

2318: Drunk and Dangerous Glasses
Glasses which simulate the effects of being drunk. Class: Equip
2324: Abuse Booze and Lose
9 bottles which are parody of well known alcohol brands. Topics on labels range from statistics to costly consequences. For KS3 and 4 Class: Model
2326: Mr AL K Hall
Puppet set of 4 characters. Includes manual with script, handouts and soundtracks that teachers about the dangers of alcohol in a fun lively way. For KS1 and 2. Class: Equip
2327: Effects and Hazards of Alcohol
Display which depicts and explains the effects alcohol has on the body. 147cm x 57cm Class: Equip
2331: Alcohol and Pregnancy
Flipchart of 6 panels looking at effects of maternal drinking. 30cm x 43cm Class: Equip
2332: What you should know about Binge Drinking
This display looks at teenagers' binge drinking. Discusse consequences for health, safety and future. 147cm x 57cm Class: Equip

Pupil

2185: Need to know - Alcohol
KS4. Explains Alcohol use & its place in our society. Looks at the damage Alcohol abuse can do to a drinker, family & society. Also explores history of Alcohol production & how problem drinking can be tackled. By Sean Connolly. 2000.
2350: The facts about Alcohol
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.
2681: Work with Young Women
This handbook contains a range of activities that address topics such as: body image, positive relationships, peer choice, alcohol issues, and healthy lifestyles. 162 pages
2743: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.

Teach

79: Alcohol Aware
Aims to promote a factual and personal understanding of alcohol use. 1989. Class: AE
83: Drinkwise Campaign Manual
Sections on using the media, factfiles, ideas for action, organising & planning, and evaluation. 1992. Class: AE
271: Drinking and Me
Key Stages 2 & 3. A peer-led approach to alcohol education. Teachers' guide to eight lessons designed to encourage young people to make appropriate decisions about their drinking and behaviour. 1993. Class: AE
275: Respect it! Alcohol materials for 11-16 year olds
Secondary. Provides a basic grounding in Alcohol Education. Contains 3 lessons for each year group and includes photocopiable handouts. Focuses on knowledge, attitudes and skills- in order to promote sensible drinking patterns. By TACADE. 2001. Class: AE
291: Alcoshots
Secondary. 12-15 years. Photo-based pack to encourage discussion and learning about alcohol issues. Contains 12 photocards, 12 fact file cards and introductory booklet. 2001. Class: AE
371: "We've seen people drinking..."
This guide provides information and guidance, imaginative and detailed classroom resources for KS2, and relates alcohol education to wider themes of health education, personal and social development, and education for citizenship. Class: AE
513: We've seen people drinking...
Primary. A consideration of the issues and approaches relating to alcohol education and primary schools. 1994. Class: AE
528: Six Pack. A compendium of games for alcohol education
Secondary. 12 years upwards. Contains six alcohol education folders: Treasure Hunt Game, Lets Party Game, Backing Tape, Photographs, Cartoon and Quiz. Each folder includes instructions, guidelines and ideas for other activities. Class: AE
765: Alcohol Education: Issues for the 90's
Training manual for schools and colleges. Contains background reading, pre-reading for the trainer, and four training sessions. 1992. Class: AE
882: Drink Check
Software, IBM compatible (3.5"). Looks at units of alcohol and sensible drinking choices. Uses a drinking diary and alcohol quiz. 1991.
907: Alcohol - What Do You Know?
14+ years. Card game - 48 cards. 1989. Class: AE
1147: Drinkdeal
KS3&4. Card game (similar to DrugDeal). Aims to challenge and extend existing knowledge about alcohol. 48 Q&A cards, 7 'discussion' cards.
1164: The World of Alcohol
KS2. Includes lessons and activities. Looks at alcohol in relation to appropriate use, abstinence, misuse and varying attitudes and values about alcohol use.
1265: GLUG
7-13yrs. Stories, poems, songs activities and music provide an exciting and informative drugs education approach to alcohol issues. By Chris Ward. 1998. Class: AE
1356: Lager & Blastaways
An alcohol training programme for youth workers Class: AE
1476: Thinking about drinking
KS2. Contains a collection of worksheets and lesson plans on Alcohol education and shows how the subject can be integrated into various parts of the Curriculum. By Aidan Grills. 2000. Class: AE
1482: Drunk in charge of a body? Personal relationships and Alcohol
Secondary. 13years+. Resource that directly links sexual health and the effects of Alcohol. Contains 13 short stories depicting young people's relationships where Alcohol has played a significant part in the development of the situation. 2000. Class: AE
2231: Answers: Pack 2 - Ages 9-11 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 Posters which form a comprehensive primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2250: Alcohol dilemmas - card game
KS3/KS4. Card game that explores young people's options in a wide range of alcohol-related situations. Class: AE
2321: Alcohol awareness manual
Examines all aspects of use and abuse of alcohol. Includes explanations of how it affects different parts of the body. For KS4
2365: Drug Pics 1
Pack illustrates legal and illegal substances as well as good and bad drugs and medicines. Pack includes 17 illustrated cards, lesson plans, activities and worksheets. For KS3 and 4
2366: Drug Pics 2
Pack illustrates legal and illegal substances as well as good and bad drugs and medicines. Pack includes 17 illustrated cards, lesson plans, activities and worksheets. For KS2 and 3
2611: Life Choices
12 short stories based on lifestyle of adolescents highlighting essential choices. Covers bullying, vandalism, disability, running away, cheating, teenage pregnancy, alcohol, first love, awkward relatives, drugs, fame, criminal behaviour. Pupils participate ina ctivities and discussions and rewrite the story from a different viewpoint. Wide range of choices and outcomes. Includes CD Rom. For KS3, KS4
2669: Sauce
Comprehensive teaching pack on sex and alcohol with activity sheets and lesson plans. It explores the outcome and consequences in a controlled environment. Contents: photocopiable comics to speak discussion, comprehensive teacher's support materials, compelling trigger images on cards.
2671: A Little Book of Alcohol
The book is packed full of activities on a whole range of alcohol issues, with information presented in an entertaining way. Topics covered include: affects od alcohol on the body, legal drinking age, truth about alcopops, safe drinking limits, and drinking and driving dangers.
2681: Work with Young Women
This handbook contains a range of activities that address topics such as: body image, positive relationships, peer choice, alcohol issues, and healthy lifestyles. 162 pages
2743: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2744: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2818: Pictures of Health
Covers 62 issues such as friendship, personal safety, growing up and citizenship. This colourful and creative book provides stimulating ideas and activities, that can help children understand and take responsibility for their own health and well being, as well as learning to respect others. Each theme contains display, learning objectives, whole calss starting points, cross curricular activities.
2835: Keeping Healthy. Essentials
book contains information, key facts and suggested activitie s to help develop a healthy lifestyle. Covers teeth, hair, eating, eating disorders, puberty, first aid, road/water safety, contraception, STI, drinking, smoking, drugs, mental health, allergies. For KS3
2839: Stay Safe
Teacher's pack of 8 sessions on personal safety, mobile phone theft, bullying and robbery, alcohol, safer together, fire safety, internet safety, street safe. Includes Cd with pdf files of all the sessions. Developed by Birmingham Community Safety Partnership.

Video/DVD/CD

931: Lifestudies: The Drug We Drink/Talking Drink
Secondary. Use with "Alcohol: the drug we drink" (Teaching Resources). 1991. Class: 613.81
1167: Duncan Disorderly
KS2. Video (5 mins) and teaching pack. covering why some people choose to drink, how alcohol affects the body and behaviour and ways alcohol can be dangerous.
1336: Its Up To You
KS3&4. A short film providing trigger points for discussion around alcohol. 5 minutes. Class: 613.81
2276: Life stuff: The A-Z of Drugs/Quit
KS4/Adult. DVD. Two programmes: 3 films outlining the facts about drinking & drugs (3 x 25 mins), and 5 short films (5 x 5 mins) to discourage young people from smoking. 2004. Class: DVD 615
2280: The Teen Files Series: The truth about drinking
KS3/KS4. DVD. Looks at the consequences of alcohol use - impaired co-ordination,vision & reaction time, damage to internal organs, drink driving & rehabilitation. 33 mins. 2005. Class: DVD 613.81
2294: Boozeville
KS3/KS4. CD-ROM. Uses animation, music & interesting storylines to convey information about alcohol-related health problems, alcohol safety & risks, & laws about alcohol & alcohol advertising. 2005. Includes user manual. Class: CD 613.81
2312: Healthy Choices
Discusses tobacco and alcohol and how to make healthy choices to look after their bodies. For KS2. 15 mins Class: DVD
2316: Teen Drinking: You don't have to do it.
Billy starts drinking to impress his friends but ends up binge drinking, date rape and finally prison after he crashes his car and kills two people. 19 mins. For KS4 and above. Class: DVD
2317: Drugs and Alcohol
4 programmes covering different aspects of alcohol, drugs and information for teachers on drug education in the curriculum. For KS2 and above. 75mins (for all 4 progs) Class: DVD
2325: Alcohol and Your Mind and Body
DVD showing pleasures of a few drinks against consequences that may include embarrassment, accidents, loss of job, loss of friends and possibly death. Doctors, former alcoholics and police discuss how alcohol can affect people. For KS4. 30mins Class: DVD
2328: Binge Drinking Blowout
The serious and potentially deadly realities of binge drinking are covered including alcoholic poisoning, loss of control leading to poor judgement, consequences of mixing different drinks, mixing drinking and other drugs and drinking and driving. For KS4. 27 mins Class: DVD
2330: Binge Drinking
Explains what binge drinking is, describes its effects and consequences and suggests ways to reduce alcohol consumption and for drinking responsibly. For KS3 and 4. 22mins Class: DVD
2334: Risky Situations
Looks at risky situations young adults could face including alcohol, smoking, illegal drugs and crime. Looks at how people get into risky situations and possible ways of dealing with them. For KS3 and 4. 24mins Class: DVD
2352: Peer Intervention: Drug Abuse
Programme offers suggestions for young people who want to help their friends stop using alcohol or other drugs. Provides reasonable options and shows ways of intervening. Also teaches people when not to handle situations alone. For KS3 and 4. 17mins Class: DVD
2670: Under the Influence DVD
As film exploring the issues around binge drinking. It provides a fresh approach to discussing alcohol issues with young people. It follows a 17-years-old Ben as he tries to cope with the impact alcohol is having on his life. It includes six concise, easy-to-use presentation cards with suggestions for exercises, areas of disscussion and information about alcohol.
2801: test
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Game

2250: Alcohol dilemmas - card game
KS3/KS4. Card game that explores young people's options in a wide range of alcohol-related situations. Class: AE
2315: Think B4U Drink
Game which aims to reduce underage and binge drinking by encouraging teenagers to think about consequences. Players 'spin the bottle' to move around bottle shaped game of highs and lows of a night out. For KS3 and 4. For 2 - 12 players or teams Class: Game
2320: Look at Alcohol and Tobacco Game
50 cards in game where players answer questions about alcohol and tobaacco including why people drink or smoke, hazards of using and difficulties in quitting. Includes teacher's instructions and study guide with answers. KS3 and 4 Class: Game
2363: Wheel of Misfortune
Game that includes questions about the identification and effects of various drugs. Includes multiple choice questions on drug and alcohol dangers and how to avoid them. Comes with teacher's text. For KS2 and 3.


Behaviour Management

Behaviour Management


Pupil

1381: Stop picking on me: A first look at Bullying.
KS1. A picture book which explores the issue of Bullying in simple terms. Looks at the fears, worries and questions surrounding this upsetting experience. By Pat Thomas. 2000. Class: 371.58
1697: Let's Talk About - Bullying
Primary. Colour photo's and clear text answer the many questions children might ask about bullying adding to their growing awareness of the world. By Angela Grunsell. 1989. Class: 371.58
2194: Bully for you
KS1/KS2. Thought-provoking little book about Bullying, whether you are a bully, follow a bully or are bullied yourself. Shows you how to do it, why you do it, and how to deal with bullies. Illustrated by Toni Goffe. 1991. Class: 371.58
2196: Follow my leader
KS2. Looks at facing up to responsibility. At first, being in Wayne's gang is an exciting game of "Follow my Leader",but Joe soon comes to question the older boy's judgement. By Gianni Padoan. 1987. Class: 170
2655: Life skills for Teens
70 ready-to-use photocopiable activity sheets to help young people to formulate goals, manage themselves, their time and their activities. This resource is divided into 8 themes.
2656: Life Skills Practice
192 photocopiable activity work sheets to help students prepare for life after school, and to practice their life skills. The activities are centred around a wide variety of everyday situations. A4 ring binder, 250 pages.
2718: Problem Postcards
15-session programme designd to assist children who are disaffected and difficult. This book will improve self-esteen as well as develop social, emotional and behavioural skills. Includes comprshensive facilitator instructions, warm-ups, activities, Circle Time questions and worksheets. Latter also supplied on a free CD Rom. 132 pages.
2727: golden Rules Book Set
Sets of books that teaches children social and emotional skills. It is a charming storybook that follow Miss Beanie and her class of lovable animal characters. 1) We look after property...we don't damage things. 2) We are kind and helpfu...we don't hurt anybody'd feeling. 3) We are honest... we don't cover up the truth. 4) we listen...we don't interrupt. 5) We are gentle...we don't hurt others 6) Wek work hard...we don't waste time. includes a Circle Time handbook for the Golden Rules filled with games and activities.
2728: Managing the Lunch Hour DVD & CD Rom
Training programme on DVD on how to offer constructive activities for children at lunch break. It contains a variety of materials intended to stimulate reflection and discussion including dramatised scenario and situations to which participants are asked to respond DVD, CD Rom which contains an individual learning guide and comprehensive facilitation notes.
2740: Helping Children Locked in Rage or Hate
For children who hurt, hit, bite, smash, kick, shout, scream, are hyperaroused or hyperactive. Accompanying is a story about Hattie who is horrid to the people who try to bring kindness to her, but learns to understand that she has become too hard and, with help, the awful fear and pain go away. A4 guidebook 182 pages/storybook 32 pages.
2742: instead Help Workbooks Set of 6
Essential series of 'instant help' workbooks for children with emotional and behaioural problems, each with 40 to 50 activities. The topics dealt with are hightlighted in the titles: 1) I bet I won't fret 2) Learning to listen, Learning to care 3) Finding sunshine after the storm 4) My feeling better workbook 5) Knowing yourself - knowing others 6) The divorce workbook for children All are 13-140 pages which includes a free CD Rom.
2743: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.

Teach

137: Causes of Aggression: a practical approach
A training resource pack covering what is aggression the causes of aggression, and triggers of aggression. 1992. Class: CO
141: Dealing With Disaffection
Practical responses to school-related issues. Looks at methods, techniques and monitoring plus activities. 1992.
143: Positive Approach to Bullying
Nursery to Further Education. A workshop for professionals involved with children/young people. 1992. Class: Bu
144: Developing Self-Discipline
3-18 years. Describes ways of motivating pupils to develop responsibility for their own behaviour. Four booklets covering social competence, self-esteem, co-operation and motivation. 1991. Class: BM
169: Can I stay in today Miss?: Improving the school playground
Strategies and procedures to change behaviour in the playground including classroom discussions and redesigning the playground. 1990. Class: BU
336: Bullying in Schools
Book that identifies useful ways of identifying bullies and their victims, ways to deal with bullying that are not damaging to victim or bully. Based on work with 20,000 students. Class: Bu
339: If it makes my life easier to write a policy on behaviour
Helps to provide a stimulating and encouraging framework for your policy document. Very easy to use. One of a series. 1997. Class: BM
351: If it makes my life easier to write a policy on attendance
Helps to provide a stimulating and encouraging framework for your policy document. Very easy to use. One of a series. 1997. Class: ATT
402: So, What is Assertiveness? (teaching resource pack)
Can be used by people working on their own, with friends, family or colleagues. Offers clarification of assertive behaviour and practical exercises to develop assertiveness. 1992. Class: A
413: Excellence In Education resource packs
Four packs: Whole school behaviour policy; Rewards and consequences; Classroom management: Working with individuals. 1993. Class: BM
497: Lunch Time Solution
Primary. A training and resources pack containing behaviour management techniques, bullying - understanding & prevention, child protection awareness, organisation & management, playground games & organisation and communicating with children. 1990. Class: BM
502: Whole School Behaviour Resource Pack
Part of Excellence in Education series from Liverpool Elton Team. 1993. Class: BM
503: Rewards and Consequences Resource Pack
Part of Excellence in Education series from Liverpool Elton Team. 1993. Class: BM
510: Building a Better Behaved School
Primary. A development manual for primary schools. 1993. Class: BM
511: Positive School Discipline
A practical guide to developing policy. 1990. Class: BM
557: Overcoming Bullying
Secondary. Designed to help students, teachers and parents address the problem of bullying within the school. 1993. Class: BU
609: Bullying: a practical guide to coping for schools
Up-to-date guidelines for dealing with bullying. 1992 Class: BU
682: Coping With Conflict
9-13 years. Practical ideas for activities to deal with issues of conflict and co-operation, violence and peace. 1987. Class: L
889: Source Book of Teacher Assessment
Compendium of information, questions and examples. Class: TM
1238: Assertive Discipline
Secondary. Photocopies, lesson plans and pupil activities provide a easy to use format for behaviour management in the classroom. By Lee Canter. 1992. Class: BM
1245: Assertive Discipline
Primary. Photocopies, lesson plans and pupil activities provide a easy to use format for behaviour management in the classroom. By Lee Canter. 1992. Class: BM
1253: Succeeding With Difficult Students
Provides guidance on behaviour management and how to create individualised student profiles for guiding the most difficult of pupils towards better behaviour. By Lee Canter. 1993. Class: BM
1397: Pastoral Education: A handbook of materials for social learning
Secondary. Covers the main aspects of the pastoral curriculum, including relationships in school, building self esteem, school and classroom ethos, supporting students with emotional & behavioural difficulties & managing behaviour. By Mary Gurney. 2000. Class: BM
1458: From disaffection to social inclusion
Secondary. A social skills preparation for active citizenship & employment. For those working with disaffected young people. Provides guidance for managers and detailed resource material for face-to-face-workers. By John Huskins. 1998. Class: BM
2178: Bullying - don't suffer in silence
Pack, with video, intended to assist in developing an effective whole school policy against Bullying. Gives an overview of the process & draws on the experience of other schools.l Class: Bu
2404: Anger Board
Explains the process of getting angry. generates discussion about how to control the anger process and how toe xpress anger in a positive way. Comes with worksheet. For KS3 & KS4
2406: The Bully free Classroom
100 practical and proactive strategies for preventing bullying behaviour. Includes reproducible handouts. For KS1, KS2, KS3
2409: Resolving conflict
DVD uses a series of real life case studies to examines how conflict is caused and resolved. Topics include road rage, bullying, domestic violence, using mediation. Comes with 55 page worksbook with activities to enable pupils to experiment with different ways of responding to conflict. For KS4. 95 mins
2410: Anger control ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. for KS1 & KS2
2411: You and Me ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. for KS1, KS2, KS3
2412: Stop, Relax and Think ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. for KS1 & KS2
2413: Less Stress ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. for KS1 & KS2
2414: Positive Attitude ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. For KS1 & KS2
2415: Helping, Sharing and Caring ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. for KS1 & KS2
2416: Violence Prevention Skills for Elementary Students
Lessons and activities covering drug use, family relationships, crime related activities, dealing with anger, managing threatening situations. Helps teach pupils skills they need to handle conflicts in a peaceful non-violent way. For KS1 & KS2
2417: Violence Prevention Skills for Secondary students
Lessons and activities covering drug use, family relationships, crime related activities, dealing with anger, managing threatening situations. Helps teach pupils skills they need to handle conflicts in a peaceful non-violent way. For KS3 & KS4
2465: Emotional Intelligence Games
144 cards using game format in 10 areas: anger management, communication, problem-solving, self-image, awareness, responsibility, stress control, compassion, relating and handling emotion. For KS2.
2466: Emotional Intelligence Toolkit
Set of cards and notes to stimulate discussion about feelings, emotions and choices in 6 areas: managing feelings, empathy, resilience, non-verbal communication, verbal communication, self awareness & self esteem.
2467: An Approach to Emotional Intelligence
CD Rom with planned programme to support a school's PSHE scheme of work. Includes activities to help pupils; think for themselves, take responsibility, reflect on their views and actions, become more effective learners, build self-esteem etc. For KS2
2498: Anger management card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information.Card set helps facilitate understanding of dealing with anger, helps players make positive choices in how to cope. For KS3, KS4
2517: Furious Fred Game
game to teach important concepts and practical skills for controlling anger. For KS2. For 2 - 6 players or teams.
2641: Talk Around special Occasions Cards
Deals with celebration of special occasions such as birthdays, with its emotional response. Strategies they may use to cope at such potentially stressful times. Contains 40 crads. Single or as part of a set of 4 talk about cards.
2644: Six more Years of Circle Time
A Primary curriculum devised by Cardiff Advisory Service for Education. Practical activities providing step-by-step curriculum with games focusing on: self esteen, communication, relationship, spiritual & moral, Development.
2646: Circle Time Starter Cards
Sentence completion cards which encourages childrens to think about themes which are revelant to them and prompt them to enter into discussion about: feelings, self and personal skills, wishes and favourites, community and friends, and family. Each se contains 52 cards, including notes and instruction.
2647: Circle Time Out of the Box
Cards focusing on self-esteen, moral values, team-building and social skills, ideal for running successful circle time sessions. Sessions are split into four sections: opening activities, speaking and listening, main forum, and closing activities. Contains more than 180 cards.
2650: Circle Time Activities CD Rom
Cd rom providing structured and progressive Circle Time activities covering topics such as: listening, respectingthe views of others, turn talking, sharing, taking risks, kindness, friends, watching, body language, living with others, following rules, what do I want from schools, how much be people be paid, playtime, what is a family? and others. Each activities includes objectives
2653: Life Lessons for Young Adolescents
(4 activities to provide young adolescents wih social and emotional support and life skills. Activities are short and simple and require minimal preparation.
2655: Life skills for Teens
70 ready-to-use photocopiable activity sheets to help young people to formulate goals, manage themselves, their time and their activities. This resource is divided into 8 themes.
2657: Life Management Skills Set of 5
5 volumes, each has 50 or more photocopiable activity-based handouts covering a variey of life skills topics. There are 8 volvme to choose from, each covering a topic on: anger management, assertion, communication, coping skills, self-awareness, self-esteen, stress management, support system and time management. Free CD Rom of activities included.
2678: Managing Boy's Behaviour
A practical guide for teachers on tackling boy's behaviour problems. It analyses the many factors that can lead to boys misbehaving in class, including SEN, giftedness and peer pressure. 145 pages.
2682: Understanding Girl's Friendships, fights and feuds
This book provides comprehensive guidance for preventing bullying activities amongs girls, including: whole-school approaches, programmes for developing emotional literacy and resilience, approaches for dealing with gangs, using methods such as art and drama, developing conflict resolution skills, student-parent programmes, and peer support programmes. 237 pages.
2683: Stop Bullying Pocketbook
A pocketbook full of ideas, excercise and information to use with pupils in assemblies and classes, or with staff for INSET day 128 pages
2684: But is it Bullying
Clear, well laid-out lesson plans to promote awareness of what bullying is and teach positive relationship. This book covers six topics: Name-calling, teasing, excluding, physical aggression, verbal harm, taking and breaking. Each lesson has a poster-related discussion, class and follow-up activities, developemental work, research activity and lesson review. Free CD Rom contains 6 posters and 48 individual illustrations.
2693: Conflict Resolution Activities
Over 100 step-by-step lessons and illustrated activities to give students the tools and empathy they need to solve conflicts pacefully. Organised into four sections: 1) Conflict resolution to help teachers model appropriate behaviour through 12 self-empowerment activities. 2) 29 activities to help pupils build their own positive identity and deal with inner-directed anger. 3) 69 activities for classroom sessions. 4) 19 activities for schools to prevent bullying.
2694: Conflict Resolution Activities
Over 100 step-by-step lessons and illustrated activities to give students the tools and empathy they need to solve conflicts pacefully. Organised into four sections: 1) Conflict resolution to help teachers model appropriate behaviour through 12 self-empowerment activities. 2) 29 activities to help pupils build their own positive identity and deal with inner-directed anger. 3) 69 activities for classroom sessions. 4) 19 activities for schools to prevent bullying.
2695: Conflict Resolution Set of 3 Books
A comprhensive series dealing with conflict. Helps to create a caring school atmosphere, promote problem solving skills and encourage peace. Set of three 3 books to cover the age group 5-7, 7-9, and 9-11 years old.
2697: Playing with Fire
Explores the dynamics of anger, hurt, conflict, communication, co-operation and assertiveness; teaches listening, mediation and conflict-defusing skills; and discusses when advocacy is more appropriate than mediation. Features 95 linked excercises. 192 photocopiable pages.
2698: Conflict resolution Set of 2
As set of 2 books for early secondary and seconadry schools. Teacher's guide includes: core skills, lesson plans, photocopiable activity sheets, student handouts and masses of practical innovative suggestions for ideas to incorporate into the school curriculum to help students effectively handle conflict. Contents deals with all aspect of conflict and conflict resolution. Set of 2 books.
2700: Peer Counselling in Schools CD Rom
A training course suitable for students which will enable them to become peer listeners. The course focuses on basic counselling and active listening techniques, and can be used by teachers and other facilitators
2701: Mentoring Programme
A rpogramme of over 50 cognitive-behaviour activities for young people with educational under-achievement and/or behaviour problems. Activities includes: confidence, persistence, organisation, and getting along. 246 photocopiable pages.
2702: Young people & Peer Support
Practical advice and guidance on how to set a peer support programme. This manual describes: how to set up a support infrastructure, the allocation of roles and responsibilities, how to recruit and train young people, how to promote the scheme, and evaluation of progress.
2712: Anti-Social Behaviour DVD & CD Rom Pack
A DVD depicting anti-social behaviour with supporting CD Rom of activities, lesson plans and resource. It uses a variety of active learning strategies and provide suitable approaches for different types of learners and differing levels of ability. Includes resource and activity sheets
2713: Seriously weird Pack
A resource pack to engage young people in the issues of anti-social behaviour which includes: litter, graffiti, noisy motorbikes/cars, abandoned cars, barking dogs, neighbour disputes, groups causing damage/being noisy, street drinking and drug taking, verbal abuse and people strating fires. The pack is made up of: a DVD, an anti-social behaviour interactive CD Rom, and a one-to-one work comprehensive full-colour book containing detailed lesson plans. 97 pages.
2714: Working with Gangs and Young People
The book demonstrates how young people can be engaged in a creative and challenging process that explores the cost, gains and consequences of the choices they make around their gang membership. It provides programmes to deal conflict resolution. Includes photocopiable handouts, activity materials, flexible exercises and workshop day plans on the topics of: safety and danger, sapce and territory, status and reputation, enemies and revenge. 139 pages
2715: Better Behaviour Set of 3 Books
This series of three essential books provide practical tools and exercises to improve pupil's behaviour. Each book includes a teacher's file with ideas for classroom organisation; activities, games and ideas; 27 photocopiable activities addressing behaviour with other pupils.
2716: A Guide to Behaviour Management CD Rom
Written to help teachers manage behaviour in an effective way, in light of inclusion. Multi user.
2717: Challenging Behaviours Pocket Book
A pocketful of practical tips and techniques for understanding and managing three common behaviour disorder. 128 pages
2718: Problem Postcards
15-session programme designd to assist children who are disaffected and difficult. This book will improve self-esteen as well as develop social, emotional and behavioural skills. Includes comprshensive facilitator instructions, warm-ups, activities, Circle Time questions and worksheets. Latter also supplied on a free CD Rom. 132 pages.
2720: 100 Ideas for Manageing Behaviour
This little book is packed full of tried and tested ideas that range from gaining the respect of your students to dealing with serious problems such as fights in the classroom and coping with the effects of bullying. 111 pages
2721: Billy and the Breaks in CD Rom
An excellent way of raising a host of serious issues on the life choices and dilemmas young people face today, in a safe environment. 14 engaging and colourful scenes feature over 150 educational and amusing animations and sound effects, all geared to considering choices and consequences in relation to offending behaviour.
2722: Billy and the Break in Site Licence
An excellent way of raising a host of serious issues on the life choices and dilemmas young people face today, in a safe environment. 14 engaging and colourful scenes feature over 150 educational and amusing animations and sound effects, all geared to considering choices and consequences in relation to offending behaviour.
2723: 101 Games for Better Behaviour
Games to explore the five areas highlighted in the SEAL resource pack: self-awareness, managing feelings, motivation, empathy, social skills. Children will learn that an effective community is built on co-operation, tolerance and enjoyment. 144 photocopiable pages.
2725: You can Create a Calm Classroom
50 activity ideas and suggestions that will help create a calm classroom with practical tips such as: how to use your voice, building children's concentration, and managing noise levels. Includes quick reference problem related index. 63 pages
2726: You Can Create a Calm Classroom
50 activity ideas and suggestions that will help create a calm classroom with practice tips such as: how to use your voice, building children's concentration, managing noise levels. Includes quick reference problem related index.
2727: golden Rules Book Set
Sets of books that teaches children social and emotional skills. It is a charming storybook that follow Miss Beanie and her class of lovable animal characters. 1) We look after property...we don't damage things. 2) We are kind and helpfu...we don't hurt anybody'd feeling. 3) We are honest... we don't cover up the truth. 4) we listen...we don't interrupt. 5) We are gentle...we don't hurt others 6) Wek work hard...we don't waste time. includes a Circle Time handbook for the Golden Rules filled with games and activities.
2728: Managing the Lunch Hour DVD & CD Rom
Training programme on DVD on how to offer constructive activities for children at lunch break. It contains a variety of materials intended to stimulate reflection and discussion including dramatised scenario and situations to which participants are asked to respond DVD, CD Rom which contains an individual learning guide and comprehensive facilitation notes.
2729: Active Playtime
Over 70 playtime activities for fit, healthy and happy kids. Its a comprehensive guide to introducing constructive, positive physical play to playtimes to improve the situation for pupils, teachers and school assistant alike. Guidance is also included on creating a whole school approach, including: training teachers and supervisors, health and safety, motivating pupils, and organising the games
2740: Helping Children Locked in Rage or Hate
For children who hurt, hit, bite, smash, kick, shout, scream, are hyperaroused or hyperactive. Accompanying is a story about Hattie who is horrid to the people who try to bring kindness to her, but learns to understand that she has become too hard and, with help, the awful fear and pain go away. A4 guidebook 182 pages/storybook 32 pages.
2742: instead Help Workbooks Set of 6
Essential series of 'instant help' workbooks for children with emotional and behaioural problems, each with 40 to 50 activities. The topics dealt with are hightlighted in the titles: 1) I bet I won't fret 2) Learning to listen, Learning to care 3) Finding sunshine after the storm 4) My feeling better workbook 5) Knowing yourself - knowing others 6) The divorce workbook for children All are 13-140 pages which includes a free CD Rom.
2743: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2744: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2761: Protection Behaviours for Primary Schools
A useful pack which includes many photocopiable activities and worksheets designed to help teachers start putting protective behaviours into practice. The pack contains seven lesson plans: feelings, how we are in school, feeling safe, feeling scary, a network, using our network, and other uses of protective behaviour. 88 pages
2764: Right to Feel Safe Booklet Set of 10
This booklet gives a simple and accessible outline of what protective Behaviours is about and provides some good questions as conversation starters to use to talk to children about safety. Excellent to hand out to parents. 16 pages, 10 booklets supplied.
2788: Fiona Wallace Set of 3
Just Stop and Think! - 60 worksheets to help children plan to improve their own behaviour. Includes free CD Rom. Not You Again...! - 60 Worksheets to help childrens improve playtime and lunchtime behaviour. What Else can I do With You? - 60 Worksheets to help children improve classroom behaviour. Includes free CD Rom.

Text

2764: Right to Feel Safe Booklet Set of 10
This booklet gives a simple and accessible outline of what protective Behaviours is about and provides some good questions as conversation starters to use to talk to children about safety. Excellent to hand out to parents. 16 pages, 10 booklets supplied.

Video/DVD/CD

152: Michael's Story... The "No Blame Approach"
Video and INSET workbook developed from a school-based programme to deal with bullying. Questions existing practice, challenges ideas about support and punishment. 1992. Class: 371.58
264: In The Pink
12-14 years. Based on true life this tells the story of Stacy whose school life is a misery until she discovers she has a very special talent. Will provoke discussion about prejudice, bullying and handicap. Class: 371.58
1107: Name-calling: making a difference
Primary and secondary. Looks at a range of techniques for tackling name-calling and shows how these are being applied in three different Birmingham schools. With booklet. 30 minutes. Class: 371.58
1122: " -- but names will never hurt me"
Primary. Tells the story of a fat girl, Rebecca, who is the subject of exclusion and ridicule by her classmates. Teaches children how to view others with kindness and shows the importance of respect for another person's feelings. Class: 371.58
1278: No Bullying Here
7-11yrs. An award winning drama telling the story of nine year old Kelly who is bullied by three girls at school. The story helps to explore and discuss what children should do if they are bullied. 15 minutes. Class: 371.58
2178: Bullying - don't suffer in silence
Pack, with video, intended to assist in developing an effective whole school policy against Bullying. Gives an overview of the process & draws on the experience of other schools.l Class: Bu
2409: Resolving conflict
DVD uses a series of real life case studies to examines how conflict is caused and resolved. Topics include road rage, bullying, domestic violence, using mediation. Comes with 55 page worksbook with activities to enable pupils to experiment with different ways of responding to conflict. For KS4. 95 mins
2419: Kick It: Bullying
DVD challenging current notions of what counts as bullying. Comes with activity sheet. For KS2 & KS3. 5 mins
2696: Resolving Conflict DVD
DVD containing 9 units that deals with: road rage, bullying at school, mediating disputes, violence at home, up against the law, community at war, criminal conflict, after apartheid, conflict & change. It addresses everyday situations Running time 95 mins A supporting workbook with activities designed by mediators and specialists in conflict resolution.
2699: Introducing Restorative Justice DVD
Commissioned by Milton Keynes Pschological Service, produced by Living Archive. The DVD demonstrate the value of constructive approache in resolving conflicts and repairing damaged relationships in the school community with particular relevance for: bullying, low-level disruption, fighting, serious behaviour incidents, and relationship issues. It draws on real life situations. There is ample infromation to influence practice, and it will help students, parents and staff to understand the benefits of restorative approaches. Running time: 70 mins Also includes pamphlet containing an evaluation summary, some theory, and useful reading and training resources.
2710: tooled up for School DVD
DVD teaching young people coping strategies to stay safe and resist the need to carry weapons. The DVD has 3 sections: a music video, a short drama, and a documentary of interviews with parents of Charlotte Polius, fetally stabbed in Spring 2205.
2712: Anti-Social Behaviour DVD & CD Rom Pack
A DVD depicting anti-social behaviour with supporting CD Rom of activities, lesson plans and resource. It uses a variety of active learning strategies and provide suitable approaches for different types of learners and differing levels of ability. Includes resource and activity sheets
2713: Seriously weird Pack
A resource pack to engage young people in the issues of anti-social behaviour which includes: litter, graffiti, noisy motorbikes/cars, abandoned cars, barking dogs, neighbour disputes, groups causing damage/being noisy, street drinking and drug taking, verbal abuse and people strating fires. The pack is made up of: a DVD, an anti-social behaviour interactive CD Rom, and a one-to-one work comprehensive full-colour book containing detailed lesson plans. 97 pages.

Game

2405: Meeting of the Minds game
Players develop conflict resolution skills by answering questions about resolving conflicts at home and at school and by resolving conflicts that occur with other players during the game. Play is exciting as players must work together to find solutions but compete to win at the same time. for 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS2 & KS3
2407: Breaking the Chains of Anger game
Game to teach importnat concepts and practical skills for controlling anger and avoiding violence. teachers players techniques for self-reinforcement, self-control and nager reduction. Also teachers problem solving skills and how to plan ahead for stressful situations. For 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS2 & KS3
2418: The Anti-bullying game
Game enables both victims and bullies to understand the dynamics underlying bullying behaviour and helps them explore more adaptive interaction styles. promotes positive self-esteem and encourages behaviour that can be carried over to other settings. For KS2 & KS3
2420: From Rage to Reason game
Game to teach important concepts and practical skills for controlling anger and avoiding violence. Players compete by giving advice on how to deal with anger-provoking situations with family, peers, at school and at work. Teachers skills such as staying calm, thinking before acting and negotiating with others. for KS4. For 2 - 6 players or teams.
2421: The Self-control game
Game teaches players how to exercise self-control in a variety of situations. Addresses 24 specific traits and behaviours such as impulsive, inattentive. Includes a behaviour control inventory that helps focus on a person's particular needs. for 2 - 6 players or teams. for KS2, KS3, KS4
2498: Anger management card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information.Card set helps facilitate understanding of dealing with anger, helps players make positive choices in how to cope. For KS3, KS4
2517: Furious Fred Game
game to teach important concepts and practical skills for controlling anger. For KS2. For 2 - 6 players or teams.
2724: What's Got into You? Game
Game which encourage childrens to discuss and participate in a range of energetic activities. Children will learn to recognise and manage strong emotions in themselves and others. 3-5 players. Contains 90 scenario cards, 30 help cards, 6 tokens, die and teacher's notes.


Body

Body


Equip

59: Heart Model
Life size on stand. Shows right and left atrium cordis, ventricles and cardiac valves. 2 parts.
82: Weight Scales
Graduated in kgs.
91: Reaction Timer
This instrument can be used to time a person's reaction to light, sound and touch stimuli. Requires 4 x AA 1.5v batteries.
94: Pelvis: with foetus
Life size. Section with uterus and foetus in the 9th month of pregnancy, with separate model in 3rd month for comparison. Upper part shows parts of dorsal and abdominal muscles with lumber vertebrae and kidney. On base.
95: Pelvis: section of Male
Life size. Median section with parts of the muscular system of the back and abdomen with lumbar vertebrae and part of the kidney. Bladder and reproductive organs can be removed. On base.
105: Pelvis: section of Female
Life size. Median section with parts of the muscular system of the back and abdomen with lumbar vertebra and part of the kidney. Bladder and reproductive organs can be removed. On base.
106: Spirometer: pocket ('Spiropet')
Hand-held, measuring lung capacity without the need for water.
109: Viewset: the Skeleton
An introduction to the world of the microscope, using photomicrography. 5 strips of slides, for use with Bioviewers, accompanied by notes and teacher's guide. Slides show an immature human skeleton, mouse embryo, adult human skeleton, young bone, etc. Class: Equip
114: Stethoscope
Light weight, dual-head.
116: Spirometer
General purpose, wedge-type with a capacity of 9 litres.
119: Skinfold Calliper
For estimating % bodyfat by measuring the thickness of the skin. Includes instruction manual.
120: Skeleton: mini
65 cm high. Accurate, small scale model. Articulated at main joints. On stand.
122: Tooth Care Model
Enlarged, non-dissectible denture and palate of adult teeth. Includes large toothbrush.
190: Height Scales
Vertical measurer, marked in centimetres.
333: Skeleton Tunic
Has 6 embroidered bones which attach to the tunic with Velcro. Includes labels.
334: Organ Tunic
Comes with a 3-D ribcage and 8 Velcro-on organs and labels. The intestines can be unravelled to demonstrate its long length.
494: Eyeball Model
Enlarged about 5 times and mounted on a pedestal stand. Dissects into 6 parts to show internal structures. With key card.
593: Ear Model
Shows the external ear canal, middle & inner ears, ear drum with removable hammer, anvil and cochlea. Dissectible. Enlarged about 3 times. 4 parts.
641: Skeleton: Human Male
First-class (plastic) male skeleton. 170 cm. On a stand.
642: Torso: Female (with female & male genital organs)
Life size. 23 parts. Detachable head. Removable genital organs. Head, half- brain with arteries, eye with optic nerve, female breast cover, 2 lung-halves, heart (2 parts), stomach (2 parts), liver with gall bladder, small intestine, large intestine.
643: Torso: Sexless
Life size. 13 parts. Detachable head. Head with open brain and skull part, eye with optic nerve, 2 lung-halves, heart (2 parts), stomach, liver, part of intestine with appendix flap (2 parts), kidney half, bladder half, torso. 38x25x87 cm.
1149: Understanding Disabilities - Physical Impairment Unit
Mixed box of resources to highlight the problems of physical impairment. Includes various implements used by those with physical impairment in everyday life. Class: equip
1150: Understanding Disabilities - Hearing Impairment Unit
Mixed box of resources to highlight the problems of hearing impairment. Includes finger spelling charts, hearing aids and other instruments used by those with hearing impairment. Class: Equip
1165: Torso: Bi-sexual
Life size. 20 parts. Separates into head, eye, female breast cover, 2 half lungs, heart (2 parts), stomach, liver, intestines, half kidney, female genital organs (2 parts) with 3 month embryo, male genital organs (4 parts). With CD and Teaching Guide. Class: Model
1619: Skin Model
A vertical block section of the skin, with finely painted detail on all surfaces. Shows the main structures of the skin and has a removable epidermis. With key card.
1620: Brain Model
A simple model, which separates into 4 parts, showing the major anatomical features. Each region is coloured for easy identification and some detail of sensory and motor function is given. Supplied with stand and key card.
1630: Development of Teeth Model
Four models showing upper and lower left jaws of the new-born, 5 years, 9 years and young adult. Supplied on a stand with a key card.
1961: Bag of Bones
The big bag opens up to make a large surface in which to stick the bones and labels which make up this excellent Velcro skeleton.
1966: Jigsaw-Asian Girl
Big chunky jigsaw shows a colour picture of a little Asian girl.
1983: Jigsaw-Oriental Girl
Big chunky jigsaw shows a colour picture of a little oriental girl.
1987: Jigsaw-Black Boy
Big chunky jigsaw shows a colour picture of a little black boy.
1988: Jigsaw-White Boy
Big chunky jigsaw shows a colour picture of a little white boy.
2200: Lung Model
Full size model of the right lung, on a base, dissected on one side to show trachea bifurcation, bronchus, blood vessels and lymph nodes. Class: MODEL
2251: Skin Cancer Model
Skin block model mounted on a base - featuring three cancerous and three non-cancerous skin conditions. Comes with illustrated explanatory card.
2254: Body Parts Display
Foundation/KS1. Fabric background holding 10 velcroed body parts to put together to make the outline of a body. Comes with 14 labels and two body charts.
2260: Our Teeth - multi-layer puzzle
Foundation/KS1. Chunky, wooden, 4 layer jigsaw puzzle that illustrates the structure of a tooth. 10 interchangeable pieces.
2264: Giant Dental Care Model
KS1/KS2/KS3. Set of upper and lower teeth and gums, supported by flexible rods to vary position of jaws. With large tooth brush and notes on tooth brushing and flossing.
2265: Diseased Tooth Model
KS2/KS3/KS4. Enlarged teeth model featuring common dental problems including an abscess, periodontitis, gingivitis, severe bone loss etc. Comes with base and key card.
2266: Teeth Brushing Timer
KS1/KS2. "Egg timer" type device - to measure time taken to efficiently brush teeth.
2302: Hand Inspection Light Box
All ages. Consists of a UV lamp in a black cabinet which discloses areas of deficient hand washing. Must be used in conjuction with "GlitterBug" hand potion, purchased from the Health Education Service. Class: Equipment
2306: Smoking: Don't Get Burned
Award winning display aimed at teenagers to eplain consequences both physical and personal of smoking. 147cm x 57cm
2307: Tobacco Tricks
Display about the tricks tobacco companies use to attract smokers, make them addicted and keep them smoking. 147cm x 57cm
2308: Skeletal Smoker
Model of skeleton with lungs that smokes a cigarette and smoke and tar collect in lungs. Mini lung sheets supplied. Must be used outside. For KS3 and 4 Class: Model
2310: Mechanical smoker
Small hand held model which actually smokes a cigarette and collects tar on a photo of a real chest x-ray. Must be used outside. For KS2 upwards. Class: Model
2453: UV Indicator card
When exposed to sunlight for 15 secs card indicates approx UV intensity. Includes sun safety tips. 9cm x 5cm. For all ages
2458: Body Parts Display
Fabric background and 10 body pieces which can be velcroed togther. Helps pupils learn the basic parts of the body. Includes labels and activity sheets. for Foundation & KS1. 64cm x 36cm x 3cm
2461: Automatic Blood Pressure monitor
Auto-inflation, an easy-fit cuff and a jumbo digital display make this easy-to-use. Shows blood pressure and pulse. 18cm x 9cm x 15cm
2815: Keeping clean and healthy bag
This feely bag contains 18 soft tactile cushions each showing different items you need to help you stay clean and healthy.
2832: Clogged artery model. Cross section
Model depicts Y section of an artery showing build up of fatty deposits in the cutaway. 16cm x 9cm x 5cm
2833: Clogged artery (tubular)
Soft model showing smalls ection of an artery which is clogged due to fatty deposits. 9cm x 4cm x 4cm
2834: Occluded and normal artery
Two tubes side by side. One represents a normal artery with no fatty deposits and easy blood flow. The other tube has walls with fatty deposits which impede the blood flow.

Pupil

1181: Myself - My senses
Nursery/Lower Primary. Highlights the basic human senses with simple dialogue and colour photographs. By Hyancinth Meerabux. 1987. Class: 612.8
1182: Myself - My body
Nursery/Lower Primary. Highlights various basic parts of the body with simple dialogue and colour photographs. By Hyacinth Meerabux. 1987. Class: 612
1183: It's science! - You and your body
KS1&2. Introduces children to the working of the human body. Also includes simple activities to try. By Sally Hewitt. 1998. Class: 612
1185: Your body - Eating
KS1&2. Explains the digestion of food, from eating food through to the large intestine. Also covers healthy eating. Contains full colour pictures and photographs. By Anna Sandeman. 1995. Class: 612.3
1203: Look at your body - Brain and Nerves
KS2&3. Looks at how the brain and nervous system works and how it controls the workings of the body. Contains full colour pictures and diagrams. By Steve Parker. 1998. Class: 612.82
1222: Under the microscope - Digesting
KS2&3. Provides a close-up view of how the human body digests food, from the mouth through to the large intestine. Also looks at the kidneys and bladder. Contains full colour pictures and diagrams. By Angela Royston. 1998. Class: 612.3
1225: Your body - Brain
KS1 & 2. Looks at how the control centre of the body works, keeping it running, growing, mending and learning. Contains coloured pictures and diagrams. By Anna Sandeman. 1996. Class: 612.82
1455: Our body
Nursery. Colourful and simple laminated book describing the very basic parts of the body and the basic senses. 1995. Class: 612
1489: Our Body - My little chart
Nursery. Colourful and simple laminated chart describing the very basic parts of the body and basic senses. 1995. Class: 612
1492: The Senses - Taste
Nursery/KS1. A lively and informative little book which looks at the ways in which humans and other animals use their sense of taste. Also contains suggestions for learning activities and notes for teachers and parents. By Mandy Suhr. 1993. Class: 612.87
1532: Look at your body - Muscles
KS2&3. Explains what muscles are for, and how, and where they work. Also looks at muscles for sport and disease and injuries of muscles. Contains full colour diagrams and photographs. By Steve Parker. 1997. Class: 612.75
1536: Under the microscope -Senses
KS3&4. Provides a close-up view of how human senses work. Looks at - the nervous system, skin, body temperature, taste, smell, hearing, balance, sight and touch. Contains colour photographs and diagrams. By Francesca Baines. 1998. Class: 612.8
1539: Look at your body - Blood
KS2&3. Looks at the bloodstream, the heart and the circulatory system. Also covers blood clotting, infection and food and blood. Contains full colour diagrams and photographs. By Steve Parker. 1997. Class: 612.17
1542: Your body - Senses
KS1&2. Explains how the various senses work - eyes, ears, smell, taste and touch. Contains full colour photographs and diagrams. By Anna Sandeman. 1995. Class: 612.8
1547: Look at your body - Skeleton
KS2&3. Looks at how bones are constructed and how they function in the various parts of the body. Covers the growing and the ageing skeleton and injuries and disease. Contains full colour diagrams and photographs. By Steve Parker. 1996. Class: 612.75
1557: The story of your glands
KS2&3. Explains what glands are and what they do and the special functions of each. By Edith Weart. 1963. Class: 612.4
1582: The Body - big book and little book
This colourful book has wonderful, clear and well labelled photographs and illustrations. The amount of text and language level is carefully designed for young children. BBC. 1994. For Foundation and KS1. Class: 612
1590: Find out about the body - big book and little books
Full of colour photos and pictures with labels, helps pupils name the parts of the body, find out what they are for and what happens inside the body. Key Stage 1. BBC. 1998. Class: 612
1634: What Happens When You Talk?
KS1. A clear text, experiments and bright illustrations provide a look at the body and how it works in relation to every day circumstances like talking. By Joy Richardson. 1983. Class: 617.8
1655: Dentist
Primary. A fascinating view of a day in the life of a dentist. A presentation of familiar people for the early reader. Class: 617.6
1665: Skeleton and Movement
KS2&3. Provides a detailed look at the intricacies and fascinating facts about the skeleton how to moves how it works and how it repairs itself. With supporting illustrations and photos. By Jacqueline Dineen. 1988. Class: 612.7
1666: What Happens When You Sleep?
KS1.A clear and simple text, bright illustrations and opportunity for experiments provide an introduction to the world of sleep and how the body works and reacts under this everyday circumstance. By Joy Richardson. 1987. Class: 612.821
1669: What Happens When You Hurt Yourself ?
KS1. A clear text , experiments and bright illustrations provide a look at the body and how it copes when it is hurt. By Joy Richardson. 1983. Class: 617.1
1694: Dental Care
KS2&3. Provides a practical look at dental care, stressing the positive steps needed to ensure healthy teeth. By Brian Ward. 1986. Class: 617.6
1695: Wheezy
Primary. This lovely story of a boy known as "Wheezy" helps those with asthma to know they're not alone and those with out to begin to understand what some children go through. Michael Charlton. 1983. Class: 616.238
1718: Skeletons and Movement
Primary. Answers all the questions that children may have about the skeleton providing a fun and lively investigation of what they do and how animals move. by Kay Davies & Wendy Oldfield. 1991. Class: 591
1762: Structure Of Your Body
KS2. A colourful book showing how the body works, the changes it goes through, growth and the effects everyday life has on it. By Dorothy Baldwin. 1988. Class: 612
1764: Look at Teeth
KS1. Colour photos and clear text show all there is to know about teeth. Includes ideas for activities. By Henry Pluckrose. 1988. Class: 612.311
1765: Look at Hands
KS1. Colour photographs and clear text tell all there is to know about hands. With ideas for activities. By Ruth Thomson. 1987. Class: 612
1767: Body Book
KS1&2. Illustrations and clear text give all the information needed for children about their bodies, conception, birth and growing up. By Claire Rayner. Class: 612
1768: The Heart And Blood
KS2. Explanations of how the heart works, why blood is so important, heart disease and taking care of the heart are supported in this book with clear text and detailed illustrations and photographs. By Jan Burgess. 1988. Class: 612.17
1769: Human Body
KS2&3.A comprehensive introduction to the intricacies of the human body, including the more unusual facts and feats by which the body is capable of. By Brian J Ford. 1990. Class: 612
1770: The Heart and Blood
KS2&3. Great detail is given about the circulatory system and the important role of the heart and blood. Supported with photography and illustrations their is an emphasis on health education and how to look after the body. By Steve Parker. 1989. Class: 612.17
1771: Your Body
KS1. For new readers this looks at the body at what it needs to keep healthy from exercise to a good diet. By Helena Ramsey. 1994. Class: 612
1772: Look At Feet
KS1. Colour photographs and clear short text show all there is to know about feet. Gives idea for activities. By Henry Pluckrose. 1987. Class: 612
1773: How Many Teeth?
KS1.A fun look at the loss of the first tooth the subsequent growth of new teeth and the need to care for them. By Paul Showers. 1962. Class: 612.311
1774: All About Your Skin, Hair And Teeth
KS 1 & 2. With a clear short text and over 60 colour photographs this is ideal to teach children about how their bodies work.An interesting look at skin , hair and teeth,their growth and the problems they might face. By Donna Bailey. 1990. Class: 612.791
1775: My Body
KS1. Provides and A-Z explanation of the body for those learning to read with sign language and the finger spelling alphabet included. By Mathius and Thomson. 1988 Class: 612
1776: Can You Believe It?- Body Power
KS2&3. A lively book with colourful illustrations and photos highlighting the fascinating facts about our bodies, from optical illusions and colour blindness to double jointedness and the speed of a sneeze. By Jennie Vaughan. 1990. Class: 612
1777: Our Bodies Photopack
KS2&3. Stimulating visual images, groupwork ideas, posters and a resource book bring together a comprehensive pack on the body. By Sue Dale Tunnicliffe. 1994. Class: 612
1778: Why Does My Heart Beat?
KS2.This beautifully illustrated book answers many of the fascinating questions often asked about the body. By Phillip and Ruth Whitfield.1988. Class: 612
1779: Skin and its Care
KS2&3. Provides a clear explanation of some of the skin problems people may suffer from and there treatment. It encourages good health care and a positive attitude. Supported with photographs and a glossary of medical terms. By Brian Ward. 1990. Class: 612.7
1780: Skeleton
KS3. A detailed look at the workings of the human skeleton in comparison to animal bones. With real life photography and interesting facts and information, it gives insight to the exciting world of the human body. By Steve Parker. 1990. Class: 612.75
1781: Skeleton and Movement
KS2&3. Detailed information about the skeleton and muscles emphasising the need to take good care of both in order to maintain a healthy body. Supported with detailed illustrations and close up medical photographs. By Brian Ward. 1988. Class: 612.75
1782: Munching a Meal
KS1&2. Dealing with eating this book follows the bodies functions and processes as it eats and digests a meal. By Steve Parker.1991. Class: 612.3
1783: Body Facts
KS2&3.A fascinating and colourful tour of the human body with a mixture of basic information, unusual and historical facts, quizzes and simple experiments. Dr Alan Maryon Davis. 1989. Class: 612
1784: Look at Faces
KS1. Colour photographs and clear, simple text show all there is to know about faces. Includes ideas for activities. By Henry Pluckrose. 1987. Class: 612
1785: The Lungs and Breathing
KS2&3.With an emphasis on health education and looking after the body, this clearly discusses and informs on many of the issues around the lungs and breathing. By Brian R Ward. 1988. Class: 612.2
1786: Body Science
KS2. Looking at the science of the body it answers some of the questions about some of its most fascinating features and functions. With experiments and colour illustrations it reveals the complexities of the body in its everyday tasks. A Ganeri. 1994. Class: 612
1787: Breathing
KS2. Full of fascinating facts and insights how lungs work, what oxygen is for and asthma are a few of the issues covered in this fully illustrated and detailed book. By Jackie Hardie. 1997. Class: 612.2
1788: Healthy Teeth
KS1&2. This illustrates the importance of keeping teeth healthy through good diet, good hygiene and regular check-ups. By Constance Milburn. 1990. Class: 612.311
1789: The Lungs and Breathing
KS2. AN overview of all the aspects of the lungs and breathing, from hiccups and smoking to disease and fitness. By Mark Lambert.1988. Class: 612.2
1791: Human Body -BIG Book
KS1. This huge book full of colour photos and simple text give children a clear and basic understanding of the human body. Also available as small books. Melvin Berger.1997. Class: 612
1792: Breathing
KS2&3Activities, experiments and clear informative text allow pupils to consider all the issues around breathing. Henry Tunnicliffe. 1990. Class: 612.2
1793: Body Maintenance
8-12 years. Packed with fascinating facts about the body. It covers the functions of the body and the importance of exercise and good nutrition whilst highlighting the problems associated with alcohol and drugs. By Nicole Baxter.1994. Class: 612
1800: Body Care
KS3. Explains the changes which occur during puberty and the need to care for the body with good nutrition and hygiene and also by the choices made around smoking, drugs, alcohol and sexual relationships. Rhoda Nottridge. 1992. Class: 612
1812: Your Body
KS1& 2. Simple, straightforward text and clear artwork, diagrams and photographs illustrate the different workings of the body. By Caroline Arnold. Class: 612
1813: How Your Body Works
KS2&3.Comparing the body to a machine, this looks at the different mechanisms of each part of the body from the 5 senses, conception and birth, to the digestive and circulatory system. By Hindley and Rawson. 1975. Class: 612
1814: Body and How it Works
KS2. A look at the mechanics, design and development of the human body, its complexities and how each part works together. By Steve Parker. 1990. Class: 612
1815: You and Your Body
KS1&2.Covers all aspects of the body from conception and birth to old age, addressing issues of good health, illness and nutrition . Contains a good selection of colourful photos and pictures. By Lynda Snowdon. 1985. Class: 612
1816: Human Body -How It Works
KS1&2. Colourful pictures and illustrations provide insight into the workings of the body, whilst the informative text gives clear explanations of its functions and systems. By Kate Barnes & Steve Weston. 1995. Class: 612
1818: All about Digestion
KS2. Good, clear short text with over 60 colour photos and illustrations. Covers all aspects of digestion and mentions balanced diets, public health and food in the future. By Donna Bailey. 1990. Class: 612.3
1825: Me and My Body
Primary. This colourful big book looks inside and outside , from the top of the head to the tip of the toes, from coughing and sneezing to laughing and winking. It clearly shows how unique and special the body is. By Rosie McCormick. 1998. Class: 612
1826: Body -Through The Microscope
KS2.examines the wonders of the body which cant be seen with the naked eye. Provides a visual guide with through photos and illustrations. By Lionel Bender. 1989 Class: 612
1827: Smell
KS1-Through games and experiment this provides an introduction of how your sense of smell works and helps you throughout the day. By Wayne Jackman. 1989. Class: 612.86
1832: Healthy Eyes
KS1. A look through colour photos and simple text at how cleanliness, a good diet, exercise and regular check-ups help to keep the eyes healthy. By Wayne Jackman. 1990. Class: 612.84
1833: THINKABOUT-Seeing
KS1.Colour photographs and simple text provide a stimulating introduction to sight. By Henry Pluckrose. 1985 Class: 612.84
1834: THINKABOUT- Smelling
KS1. Simple text and colour photographs provide a stimulating introduction to smell for the early reader. By Henry Pluckrose.1985. Class: 612.86
1836: Your Senses-Hearing
KS1. A look through games and experiments explaining how our hearing works. By Wayne Jackman.1989 Class: 612.845
1837: Hearing
KS1&2. An exciting look at sound and how ears receive information on the world around them. Provides information on hearing problems and sound pollution with colour photographs and clear text. By Mary Gribbin. 1985. Class: 612.85
1838: Ear and Hearing
KS2&3.A detailed explanation using anatomical artwork and close-up medical photographs to inform on the ear and hearing, with an emphasis on good health. By Steve Parker.1981. Class: 612.85
1839: THINKABOUT-Hearing
KS1.Colour photographs and simple text provide a stimulating introduction to hearing. By Henry Pluckrose. 1985. Class: 612.85
1840: Eyes and Their care
KS2.Dealing with many minor medical problems that may worry young people, this encourages a positive attitude to health problems and emphasises the importance of good health care. The clear lively text is complemented by colour photos. By Brian Ward. 1990 Class: 612.84
1842: THINKABOUT-Tasting
KS1.Colour photos and clear simple text provide a stimulating introduction to the area of taste. By Henry Pluckrose. 1985. Class: 612.86
1843: The Body In Action- Dreaming in the Night
Primary. Provides a clear explanation to what is going on inside and outside the body when we rest, sleep and dream. Steve Parker. 1991. Class: 612.821
1846: What Happens When You Run?
KS1. A brightly illustrated book designed to explain through simple text and experiments how the body works and how it reacts in different every day circumstances. By Joy Richardson. 1987. Class: 613.7
1847: Touch and Feeling
KS2.Through simple experiments, clear text and colour photos this book provides an introduction to the sense of touch, how it works and how important it is to every day life. By Robert Royston. 1985. Class: 612.88
1848: My First Look At Touch
KS1.An exciting look through colour photos at the delights of touch and texture. 1990. Class: 612.88
1849: Taste
KS1. Games, experiments and activities provide and enjoyable method of learning about taste and how the senses work. By Wayne Jackman. 1989. Class: 612.87
1851: THINKABOUT-Touching
KS1. Colour photographs and clear text provide a stimulating introduction to touch for the younger reader. By Henry Pluckrose. 1985. Class: 612.88
1858: Look At Eyes
KS1. Colour photographs and clear simple text show all there is to know about eyes. By Ruth Thomson.1988. Class: 612.84
1859: Touch
KS1.Games, activities and experiments provide an enjoyable method of learning about touch and how our senses work. By Wayne Jackman. 1989. Class: 612.88
1866: The Eye and Seeing
KS2.Provides a detailed explanation of the eye and how it works with an emphasis on how to keep healthy. Supported with close-up photos and colour artwork. By Steve Parker.1982. Class: 612.84
1868: Your Brain and Nervous System
KS2. Clear text and colour pictures and photographs look at how the body works, how it changes as we grow and the effects of everyday life. By Dorothy Baldwin and Claire Lister. 1985 Class: 612.82
1876: Your Nose and Ears.
KS1. Full of interesting facts, photos and information about the nose and ears everything from balance, to taste. By Joan Iveson-Iveson. 1988. Class: 612.8
1877: Sight
KS1.Through games and experiments this helps children to understand some of the complexities of how our eyes work. By Wayne Jackman.1989. Class: 612.84
1878: Sight
KS2. A lively and informative explanation of the remarkable way in which the eyes and the brain work together to give us a picture of our surroundings. By Jill Bennett and Roger Smith. Class: 612.84
1879: Hearing
KS1. A lively and informative picture book examining the ways in which we and other animals use our senses. By Mandy Suhr. 1994. Class: 612.85
1880: Senses
KS2. A fresh and imaginative introduction to science, with activities, clear diagrams and text to explore the way people and animals become aware of the world around them. 1991. Class: 612.8
1881: Your Senses
KS1&2. A colourful book illustrating how our bodies work the changes that happen when we grow and how everyday life effects us. By Dorothy Baldwin & Claire Lister. 1988. Class: 612.8
1882: Skin, Hair & Teeth
KS1&2.A detailed look at all the issues around skin, hair and teeth, from keeping them healthy to problems and treatment. By Bridget & Neil Ardley. 1989. Class: 612.791
1883: Nerves to Senses
KS2&3. Looks at the nerves that carry messages around the body, the sense organs that give information to the nerves and how this information is used and interpreted. Contains activities to try. By Steve Parker. 1991. Class: 612.8
1884: Touch, Taste and Smell
6-12years. Close up medical photos and illustrations pull together a text full of interesting facts and information about the body. With an emphasis on keeping healthy. By Steve Parker. 1989. Class: 612.8
1885: Brain and Nervous System
KS2&3. A look at the brain and nervous system with an emphasis on health education and taking good care of the body. Contains detailed pictures and colour photos. By Steve Parker. 1989. Class: 612.82
1886: Taste and Smell
KS1. A clear explanation through pictures and text including a glossary and index. A lively introduction to taste and smell. By John Allen. 1985. Class: 612.8
1887: The Five Senses
KS2&3. Describes how our bodies work and when they go wrong with clear text and colour photos. By Jacqueline Dineen. 1989. Class: 612.8
1888: All About Your skeleton
KS1&2. An ideal introduction to how our bodies work, how to keep healthy and how doctors can cure and repair damage. Full of colour photos and illustrations. By Donna Bailey. 1989. Class: 612.75
1889: Brain and Nervous System
KS2&3. A detailed look at the complexities of the body in relation to the brain its functions and its problems From dreams and creativity to adrenaline and the effects of age. By Mark Lambert. Class: 612.82
1890: Running A Race
KS1&2. A look inside and outside the body ,its functions and how to keep it healthy. All is explained through photographs and clear and explanatory text. By Steve Parker.1991. Class: 612.75
1892: Look At Hair
KS1&2. Colour photos and clear text show all their is to know about hair. includes ideas for activities. By Ruth Thomson. 1987. Class: 612.799
2090: Our Bodies Photo Pack
Stimulating visual images and close-up photography provide information and discussion points about the body. 1994. Class: 612
2097: Human X-Ray Print Set
A fascinating set of x-ray prints of different parts of the body. By Philip Harris. 1985. With notes. Class: 612
2100: Photo Resource Pack-HOSPITAL.
Primary. Colourful photos show many different aspects of hospital life. By Galt Education. Class: 362.11
2102: Body Parts.
Primary. A selection of lovely photos of different parts of the body. Class: 612
2142: Healthy Hands and Feet
Primary. Colourful photos and lively text illustrate how important it is to keep your hands and feet healthy. By Constance Milburn. 1990. Class: 612
2305: Being Me and Tobacco Free
An activity book using simple language to explain what tobacco is, how it is used and why it is bad for our health. For Foundation and KS1.
2367: Ready, Set, grow!
Book about changes that happen to girls due to puberty. Includes developemnt of breasts, body hair, appearance of acne, how to respect and protect your body and more. For KS2.
2441: Squeaky Clean Hygiene
Book to help pupils learn the proper way to wash their hair, brush and floss their teeth, care for their nails and other aspects of personal hygiene. each section is introduced with a poem and contains facts, charts and follow-up activities. for KS1 & KS2.
2443: Nuts about Hygiene
Big book and activity sheets about Alex, a boy who discovers how important keeping clean is from a little squirrel called 'The Health Nut'. For KS1
2444: Clean and Healthy
Book to help pupils learn the how and why of personal hygiene. Covers how germs are spread, reasons to brush your teeth and other aspects of personal hygiene. For KS1
2802: Hair in Funny Places
Picture story book which uses two characters, Mr and Mrs Hormone to explain some basic changes in puberty both physical and emotional.
2803: What's happening to me? Boys
Book uses cartoons and easy-to-read sections to describe what happens during puberty. Mainly focuses on boys' changes but does include information on girls. Includes physical and emotional changes.
2809: Artie Beat likes to .....
Artie Beat likes to have fun playing with his friends in all sorts of active ways. It helps him to keep happy, fit and healthy. Artie Beat know that a healthy heart lives in a healthy body. For Foundation, KS1
2810: Artie Beat's picnic
Artie Beat plans a picnic with his friends. They have fun choosing the food to take. Find out what sort of food they will get for Artie's picnic. For Foundation, KS1
2814: What's happening to me? Girls
Book uses cartoons and easy-to-read sections to describe what happens during puberty. Mainly focuses on girls' changes but does include information on boys. Includes physical and emotional changes.

Teach

560: Healthy Bones
Focuses on the health of bones and teeth, introducing work on growth, nutrition, exercise and dental hygiene. 1993. Class: HE
684: Bodies
Baseboards, body parts & cards aimed at learning about male, female, child & adult bodies. Class: HE
981: Understanding Your Body: Set B - The Body Stays Healthy
8-13 years. Builds on set A in order to examine the functions of the body. Explores how the body responds to disease, including going to the doctor, hospitals & vaccinations, and examines the effect of lifestyle on health. 1991. Class: HE
1006: Understanding Your Body set A - The Body Works Well
8-13 years. Designed to give an overview of the body, covering how the body works, food, fitness, health, and sections on digestion, organs, breathing, bones and teeth. 1989. Class: HE
1139: Body Puzzle
3-4 years old. Two cardboard puzzles - each 20 pieces- one boy and one girl and teaching instructions. Helps teach components of the body. Class: Game
1146: My Clothes
Nursery/ Primary. Game containing cardboard puzzle of boy and large dice. Class: Game
1148: Our 5 Senses
Primary. Game containing 35 expressive photos each associated with one of the five senses. Designed to increase awareness and promote discussion. Class: Game
1317: Getting Personal-My Body
9-11yrs. Exciting ideas and activities make up this practical resource exploring all aspects of the body. By Neil Wilson. 1997. Class: HE
1820: The Human Body
KS1. Photographs and diagrams with a small amount of accompanying text. Can be used on its own or with the accompanying 'Big Book'. 1997. Class: 612
2207: Bright Ideas: Inspirations for cross curricular themes
KS1/KS2. Offers a structured yet flexible approach to cross-curricular themes. Covers economic awareness, health education, careers guidance, environment, citizenship & project themes. By Alistair Ross. 1993. Class: L
2228: Healthy Bones - New Edition
KS1/KS2. Focuses on the health of bones, later introducing work on growth, nutrition & physical activity. Contains curriculum planner, ideas for activities & templates for bone displays. 2003. Class: HE
2229: The Bug Investigators
KS2. Looks at micro-organisms & personal health. Contains Fact Files, Teachers Notes, pupil activities and a chart. Covers hand washing, germs, antibiotics, illnesses etc. Class: HE
2252: Simple Anatomy Flip Chart
KS1 & KS2. Spiral bound collection of 10 large charts of human anatomical body systems, with a hook for hanging up. Class: 612
2454: Health Teaching Twisters
Provides word scrambles, word searches, crosswords and worksheets on healthy eating, fitness, substance abuse, tobacco use and sexuality. For KS3 & KS4
2455: Health for Life Ages 4 - 7
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS1
2456: Health for Life Ages 8 -11
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS2
2459: My Amazing Human Body
CD Rom featuring 'Seemore Skinless' in a variety of games and activities to answer the common questions about the human body. Has activities suh as 'build-a-body' and a day in the life of Seemore that teaches pupils about anatomy, health, nutrition and more. Includes printable handouts. For KS2
2567: Muppet Mouth Puppets Asian Boy
Large full body glove puppet with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2568: Muppet Mouth Puppet: Asian Girl
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2569: Muppet Mouth Puppet: Black boy
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2570: Muppet Mouth Puppet. Black girl
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2571: Muppet Mouth Puppet. White boy
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2572: Muppet Mouth Puppet. White girl
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2573: Muppet Mouth Puppet. Grandad
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2574: Muppet Mouth Puppet. Grandma
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2576: Puppets at Large
Inspirational book on how to introduce puppets to your class. Covers; breathing life into your puppets, linking the learning, using photographs to support learning, props and accessories. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2579: The Crescent
24 stories that introduce the concept of moral values. based on people who live in The Crescent. Themes include; giving & taking, bullying & friendship, honesty & lies, birth & new arrivals, environmental issues. With every story there's a warm-up exercise, circle time discussion, supplementary ideas, curriculum links, photocopiable worksheets. Includes CD Rom for easy copying. For KS1
2645: Six More Years of Circle Time
Rseource focusing on: self-seteen. communication, relationship, spiritual/moral development, self-awareness, building self-confidence, discussing feelings and sensitive issues, understanding others and promoting good relationship, and resolving conflict.
2675: Boys2Men
A unique and topical resource that provides tried and tested guidance for delivery and fatherhood programme. Features session ideas, games and activities developed specifically for work with young people including: masculinity and being male, responsibility and relationship, sex and sexual health, and planning for a new baby. 55 photocopiable A4 page.
2676: Sex Ed in a Nutshell Cd Rom
Imformative CD Rom which will provide them with enough knowledge to enable them to take control of their own reproductive health. The CD is divided into 4 main sections: reproductive health, sex and contraception, sexually transmitted infections, and sexual health quiz.
2804: Sensitive issues through unfinished picture stories
59 comic strip stories on issues such as teasing, family relationships, money, friendship, food, holidays, death. For KS3. For easch comic strip there are teacher notes.
2812: Energy balance pack
Teaching resource looking at energy in foods and need to make sure we use enough energy in exercise, growing etc. Topics include, energy diary, pedometers, lunchboxes, Balance of Good Health, exercise. Series of photocopiable information and work sheets. From Flour Advisory Bureau. For KS2
2816: Growing
Book and Cd Rom for Early years on 6 main areas: I'm growing up, growth in animals, seeds and plants, trees and flowers, growing our food, using thinsg that grow. Also has section on rhymes, songs, displays. Has photocopiable activities, colour photos, film clips (on CD Rom).
2824: Our body
Interactive whiteboard resource of 3 sections.Body parts looks at internal organs and their functions. Digestive System looks at how food is digested. Blood and circulation looks at the role blood has in the body. All have KS1 and KS2 levels. From Phunky foods
2828: Milk
CD Rom covering 1. The story of milk 2. Milk mastermind 3. Milk facts 4. Milk song. Alos has teacher's notes and key words on CD. For KS1 and KS2.
2835: Keeping Healthy. Essentials
book contains information, key facts and suggested activitie s to help develop a healthy lifestyle. Covers teeth, hair, eating, eating disorders, puberty, first aid, road/water safety, contraception, STI, drinking, smoking, drugs, mental health, allergies. For KS3

Video/DVD/CD

567: Our wonderful body: How it uses food
Primary. Zork the space traveller learns about the human digestive process, from chewing and swallowing, to the work of the stomach and intestines, resulting finally in the elimination of waste matter. Animated. 10 minutes. Class: 612.3
2161: Sidney's teeth bite back
KS1/KS2. Video & big book which highlights Sidney's mistreatment of his teeth, and what he must do to put things right. ByTeethwise. Class: 617.6
2245: Health Beats - Body Parts
KS2. CD which features interactive journeys around the human body. Explains how the various parts work via animated interactive illustrations, activities, quizzes & games. Class: HE
2286: The human body
KS3/KS4/Adult. DVD. BBC documentary series tracing the story of life from birth to death. Shows how the body works & develops at each stage & details the numerous daily dramas that occur within the body. 393 mins. With user guide. 2001. Class: DVD 610
2296: Become a human body explorer
KS1/KS2. CD-ROM. Using animation & 3D effects, teaches about the human body. Includes 4 games that teach about organs & body parts. Includes 10 printable experiment sheets. 2001. Class: CD 612
2309: Smoke in your Face
DVD looks at the health hazards of secondhand smoke. 16 mins. For KS3 and 4 Class: DVD
2312: Healthy Choices
Discusses tobacco and alcohol and how to make healthy choices to look after their bodies. For KS2. 15 mins Class: DVD
2313: Superheroes vs Smoking
Mark thinks about joining his friends for a smoke until 3 heroes teach him what smoking will do to his body. Mark decides not to smoke and the heroes give him tips on resisting peer pressure. For KS1 and 2. 15mins Class: DVD
2314: Teens and Tobacco
A doctor presents medical facts about the risks of using tobacco and teens share their attitudes to smoking. Looks at how and why people start smoking. 19 mins. For KS3 and 4 Class: DVD
2317: Drugs and Alcohol
4 programmes covering different aspects of alcohol, drugs and information for teachers on drug education in the curriculum. For KS2 and above. 75mins (for all 4 progs) Class: DVD
2442: Goofy's Hygiene Game
DVD combining animation, live action and Goofy to turn learning about hygiene into an adventure. Features decision questions about bathing, grooming, dental care, clean clothes and nose blowing. for KS2. 12 mins
2446: Goofy over Dental Health
DVD which makes dental care fun for children. Combines live action and animation to illustrate proper dental hygiene. explains function of teeth and how to care for them whilst emphasising the importance of eating healthily and taking personal responsibilty for good oral hygiene. for KS1 & KS2. 13 mins
2447: Dental Care for Children
DVD which emphasises good nutrition and dental health habits. Demonstrates brushing and cleaning skills to help chidlren understand their role in preventing tooth decay. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2452: Real Smart about Sun protection
DVD uses a fast-paced TV show format to raise pupils' awareness of the importance of sun protection. Explains the danger of sun exposure and describes types of skin cancer. Emphasises that there is no such thing as safe tan and dispels the myth that having a tan is cool. For KS2 & KS3. 27 mins
2462: Basics of Breast Care
DVD provides facts about structure and function of the breast and discusses malignant and non-malignant breast chanegs. For Ks3 & KS4. 8 mins
2463: Breast Health: Every woman's Responsibility
Uses straightforward manner to explain the 3 steps women can take to promote breast health. Features visit to doctor, mammograms, monthly breast self-examinations. For KS4. 10 mins
2816: Growing
Book and Cd Rom for Early years on 6 main areas: I'm growing up, growth in animals, seeds and plants, trees and flowers, growing our food, using thinsg that grow. Also has section on rhymes, songs, displays. Has photocopiable activities, colour photos, film clips (on CD Rom).
2824: Our body
Interactive whiteboard resource of 3 sections.Body parts looks at internal organs and their functions. Digestive System looks at how food is digested. Blood and circulation looks at the role blood has in the body. All have KS1 and KS2 levels. From Phunky foods
2828: Milk
CD Rom covering 1. The story of milk 2. Milk mastermind 3. Milk facts 4. Milk song. Alos has teacher's notes and key words on CD. For KS1 and KS2.
2836: Anatomy for Beginners
2 disc DVD showing Channel 4 broadcast. Each programme is based on a human dissection. 4 programmes showing movement (muscles, skin, tendons, bone, nervous system), circulation (respiratory and circulatory systems), digestion (function of organs) reproduction (male and female systems). Total time 200 mins. All demonstrations are made using human bodies which have been preserved.

Game

2260: Our Teeth - multi-layer puzzle
Foundation/KS1. Chunky, wooden, 4 layer jigsaw puzzle that illustrates the structure of a tooth. 10 interchangeable pieces.
2315: Think B4U Drink
Game which aims to reduce underage and binge drinking by encouraging teenagers to think about consequences. Players 'spin the bottle' to move around bottle shaped game of highs and lows of a night out. For KS3 and 4. For 2 - 12 players or teams Class: Game
2320: Look at Alcohol and Tobacco Game
50 cards in game where players answer questions about alcohol and tobaacco including why people drink or smoke, hazards of using and difficulties in quitting. Includes teacher's instructions and study guide with answers. KS3 and 4 Class: Game


Cancer Education

Cancer Education


Equip

1617: Breast Awareness Model
Lifelike representation of the breast, made from a soft plastic material. Has 4 lumps which simulate various tumours. Supplied in a carrying case with talc and booklet. Available in white and black skin colour.
1618: Testis Awareness Model
Full size realistic model of the scrotum and testes, made from a lifelike plastic. The testes are mobile within the scrotum and there are four embedded tumours. Supplied in a carry case with talc and booklet.
2200: Lung Model
Full size model of the right lung, on a base, dissected on one side to show trachea bifurcation, bronchus, blood vessels and lymph nodes. Class: MODEL
2251: Skin Cancer Model
Skin block model mounted on a base - featuring three cancerous and three non-cancerous skin conditions. Comes with illustrated explanatory card.
2257: A year's worth of tar
KS2/KS3/KS4/adult. Graphic, sealed exhibit containing the amount of tar that smoking one half pack of cigarettes per day would put through a person's lungs.
2304: Effects and hazards of smoking
Folding display highlighting consequences of smoking. Covers cancer, respiratory disease, heart diseases and second hand smoke. Emphasises benefits of stopping smoking. 147cm x 57cm.
2306: Smoking: Don't Get Burned
Award winning display aimed at teenagers to eplain consequences both physical and personal of smoking. 147cm x 57cm
2307: Tobacco Tricks
Display about the tricks tobacco companies use to attract smokers, make them addicted and keep them smoking. 147cm x 57cm
2308: Skeletal Smoker
Model of skeleton with lungs that smokes a cigarette and smoke and tar collect in lungs. Mini lung sheets supplied. Must be used outside. For KS3 and 4 Class: Model
2310: Mechanical smoker
Small hand held model which actually smokes a cigarette and collects tar on a photo of a real chest x-ray. Must be used outside. For KS2 upwards. Class: Model
2453: UV Indicator card
When exposed to sunlight for 15 secs card indicates approx UV intensity. Includes sun safety tips. 9cm x 5cm. For all ages

Pupil

1644: Living With Cancer
KS2&3. An explanation in simple medical terms of cancer and its treatment , with particular attention paid towards how individuals cope with their illness and their ability to continue living full and rewarding lives. By Dr Simon Smail. 1990. Class: 616.99
1645: I Have Cancer
KS1&2. A beautifully illustrated story of a young boy with leukaemia. He explains what its like in the hope it will help other children understand. By Althea. 1989 Class: 616.99
2305: Being Me and Tobacco Free
An activity book using simple language to explain what tobacco is, how it is used and why it is bad for our health. For Foundation and KS1.

Teach

75: UV - The Sun Game
Game from the producers of 'UV - The Sun Project'.
76: UV - The Sun Project
Primary. Laminated workcards and facts on skin cancer. Sections cover understanding UV, UV protection, and UV activities. Based on a school project. See also 'UV - The Sun Game'. 1993. Class: C
240: Macmillan Cancer Relief: "Voice for Life" Campaign - PSHE Resource Pack
Secondary. 11-14 years. Provides original resource materials to support the teaching of PSHE Also contains educational materials to challenge the way that people think about Cancer and enable pupils to create a positively thinking poster. Class: C
388: Sun know how.
Pack of photocopiable fact sheets, activities aimed at reducing your risk of skin cancer by taking simple precautions. Suitable for all ages. Class: C
797: Feeling different: Breast awareness workbook
Secondary/Adult. Pack produced from materials used and developed during the delivery of the "Feeling Different Breast Health Project." For use in groups. Looks at various aspects of breast health, including self-examination, cancer etc. 2001. Class: C
964: Macmillan Cancer Relief: "Voice for Life" Campaign - Literacy Resource Pack
Primary. Years 5 & 6. Provides activities to help pupils develop reading, writing and note-making skills, in accordance with National Literacy Strategy teaching objectives and also design a poster about Cancer to dispel some of the myths. Class: C
1249: Sun Know How
4-8yrs. A fact file and photocopiable activity sheets provide all the necessary information about our risk to skin cancer and the need to protect ourselves from the sun. Class: C
1312: Your Children And The Sun
Sun protection information and guidelines for carers of children. By Southern Birmingham CHT. Class: C
2451: Raising Awareness about your Skin
CD Rom and book about sun safety. Topics include consequences of too much sun exposure, risk factors, prevention, tanning beds. For KS3 & KS4.

Video/DVD/CD

2276: Life stuff: The A-Z of Drugs/Quit
KS4/Adult. DVD. Two programmes: 3 films outlining the facts about drinking & drugs (3 x 25 mins), and 5 short films (5 x 5 mins) to discourage young people from smoking. 2004. Class: DVD 615
2309: Smoke in your Face
DVD looks at the health hazards of secondhand smoke. 16 mins. For KS3 and 4 Class: DVD
2312: Healthy Choices
Discusses tobacco and alcohol and how to make healthy choices to look after their bodies. For KS2. 15 mins Class: DVD
2313: Superheroes vs Smoking
Mark thinks about joining his friends for a smoke until 3 heroes teach him what smoking will do to his body. Mark decides not to smoke and the heroes give him tips on resisting peer pressure. For KS1 and 2. 15mins Class: DVD
2314: Teens and Tobacco
A doctor presents medical facts about the risks of using tobacco and teens share their attitudes to smoking. Looks at how and why people start smoking. 19 mins. For KS3 and 4 Class: DVD
2317: Drugs and Alcohol
4 programmes covering different aspects of alcohol, drugs and information for teachers on drug education in the curriculum. For KS2 and above. 75mins (for all 4 progs) Class: DVD
2452: Real Smart about Sun protection
DVD uses a fast-paced TV show format to raise pupils' awareness of the importance of sun protection. Explains the danger of sun exposure and describes types of skin cancer. Emphasises that there is no such thing as safe tan and dispels the myth that having a tan is cool. For KS2 & KS3. 27 mins
2462: Basics of Breast Care
DVD provides facts about structure and function of the breast and discusses malignant and non-malignant breast chanegs. For Ks3 & KS4. 8 mins
2463: Breast Health: Every woman's Responsibility
Uses straightforward manner to explain the 3 steps women can take to promote breast health. Features visit to doctor, mammograms, monthly breast self-examinations. For KS4. 10 mins

Game

2320: Look at Alcohol and Tobacco Game
50 cards in game where players answer questions about alcohol and tobaacco including why people drink or smoke, hazards of using and difficulties in quitting. Includes teacher's instructions and study guide with answers. KS3 and 4 Class: Game


Child Protection/ Safeguarding

Child Protection/ Safeguarding


Pupil

2034: I'm Glad I Told Mum!
Primary. A beautifully illustrated, honest and sympathetic story which introduces the difficult issue of sexual abuse and inappropriate behaviour towards children. By Jenny Hessell. 1988. Class: 362.704
2084: Feeling Happy...Feeling Safe
Primary. The lively adventures of four children allow a gentle introduction of safety issues for children, from getting lost and saying no, too strangers, bullies and inappropriate touching. By Michele Elliott. 1992. Class: 362.76
2156: Tom doesn't visit us anymore
A sensitive story that introduces the concerns surrounding child sexual abuse. Class: 362.704
2758: Teen Relationship Workbook & Card Game
Thw workbook includes 50 activities for use in group and individual sessions with 68 reproducible worksheets are organised in 6 sections: understanding abuse, evaluating your relationship, social influences, building healthy relationships, making good, decisions, and review. also available - 72 cards with open-ended questions corresponding to an activity on every page of the workbook. Cards can be used alone or with the book. 135 pages
2767: I Can Monsters Cards
A colourful and humorous set of cards with an important message to develop strategies of safety. Each card is designed as a prompt for a conversation about how competencies can be used, when it is good to use them and when they can be used to maintain safety. Very effective for use in protective behaviour programmes. Contents: 24 full-colour laminated cards each 210 by 150mm.
2768: Stopping the Pain
A workbook for teens who self-injure. Full of activities designed to: help teens understand why they hurt themselves, learn new ways to cope with upsetting feelings, control the impulse to self-injure, make a commitment to stop self-injury and get support, deal with problems that commonly accompany self-injury, like eating disorders and depression, and change the thoughts and others triggers that can lead to self injury. Includes a free CD Rom of the workbook for easy printing.
2786: Bullying Series
These photocopiable resources provide a framework to assist pupils in all areas of bullying. Set 1 age 5-7 Set 2 age 8-10 Set 3 age 10-12

Teach

598: Too Close For Comfort
For & about teenagers who have been sexually abused by someone in their family. Includes accounts of abused teenagers. 1991. Class: CP
692: Out in the Open
A guide for young people who have been sexually abused. 1990. Class: CP
717: Working with the 'unthinkable'
Helps staff to explore the difficult & sensitive area of sexual abuse and knowing how to deal with it. 1992. Class: SPN
1104: Preventing Child Sexual Assault
For parents, teachers and other concerned adults. A practical guide to talking with children. 1985. Class: PS
2403: The Teen Relationship workbook
Workbook to help teens develop healthy relationships and prevent domestic violence. Organised into sections that include evaluating relationships, understanding abuse, recognising social influences, building healthy relationships and making good decisions. Has 68 worksheets. For KS3 & KS4.
2409: Resolving conflict
DVD uses a series of real life case studies to examines how conflict is caused and resolved. Topics include road rage, bullying, domestic violence, using mediation. Comes with 55 page worksbook with activities to enable pupils to experiment with different ways of responding to conflict. For KS4. 95 mins
2448: Safety Activities for Kids
Activity workbook teaches chidlren how to protect themselves at home, in their neighbourhood and on the internet. Includes many safety tips and safety advice from Detective Safety Smartz - a fictional character who appears throughout the book. Includes specials ection for parents. For KS2
2758: Teen Relationship Workbook & Card Game
Thw workbook includes 50 activities for use in group and individual sessions with 68 reproducible worksheets are organised in 6 sections: understanding abuse, evaluating your relationship, social influences, building healthy relationships, making good, decisions, and review. also available - 72 cards with open-ended questions corresponding to an activity on every page of the workbook. Cards can be used alone or with the book. 135 pages
2761: Protection Behaviours for Primary Schools
A useful pack which includes many photocopiable activities and worksheets designed to help teachers start putting protective behaviours into practice. The pack contains seven lesson plans: feelings, how we are in school, feeling safe, feeling scary, a network, using our network, and other uses of protective behaviour. 88 pages
2764: Right to Feel Safe Booklet Set of 10
This booklet gives a simple and accessible outline of what protective Behaviours is about and provides some good questions as conversation starters to use to talk to children about safety. Excellent to hand out to parents. 16 pages, 10 booklets supplied.
2765: NoNo the Little Seal
The gentle story of a little seal who learns to stay safe say 'no', and tell. Although the subject of sexual abuse is sensitive, children and adults alike will be captivated by the truly magical illustrations and the dramatised audio CD of the story and songs. Includes a guide for educators, parents and carers. Plus a free CD Rom.
2766: Creative Stroytelling with Children at Risk
Useful for professionals working with 'at risk' children, such as looked-after children, or children suffering from trauma or abuse. Using storytelling and storywork this book enables the facilitator to create a safe structure in order for children to play.
2767: I Can Monsters Cards
A colourful and humorous set of cards with an important message to develop strategies of safety. Each card is designed as a prompt for a conversation about how competencies can be used, when it is good to use them and when they can be used to maintain safety. Very effective for use in protective behaviour programmes. Contents: 24 full-colour laminated cards each 210 by 150mm.
2768: Stopping the Pain
A workbook for teens who self-injure. Full of activities designed to: help teens understand why they hurt themselves, learn new ways to cope with upsetting feelings, control the impulse to self-injure, make a commitment to stop self-injury and get support, deal with problems that commonly accompany self-injury, like eating disorders and depression, and change the thoughts and others triggers that can lead to self injury. Includes a free CD Rom of the workbook for easy printing.
2769: Don't Die of Embarrassment DVD Pack
A resource centred around a powerful drama played out by year 10 boys aimed at promoting young people's well-being and mental health for the prevention of suicide in young people. The teacher's Resource pack includes the DVD of the drama (approx 17 minutes running time) and a range of thought-provoking worksheets to support and develop discussion in class. Clear guidance is given and worksheets are structured to encourage individual, pair, group and whole-class work.
2770: Young People, suicide & Self-Harm
Information and practical strategies for those working with young people who are suicidal or self-injuring. Also features an appendix of useful organisations and websites.
2771: Teenage Suicide & Self-Harm
An essential training pack with an hour-long audio CD on teenage suicide and self-harm. This vital resource includes five training exercises.
2772: Breaking Point DVD
A DVD illustrating people at breaking point, covering stress and suicide. This DVD is made up of three main sections: 1) In the same breath: Quentin's feelings after his wife had committed suicide. 2) Looks at teenage suicide. Stress case studies: four different case studies of stressed people. Includes support material on a CD Rom. Total running time: 53 minutes.
2786: Bullying Series
These photocopiable resources provide a framework to assist pupils in all areas of bullying. Set 1 age 5-7 Set 2 age 8-10 Set 3 age 10-12
2800: A Little Ray of Hope
Resource taht looks at the ways different crimes affect children and tells parents/teachers how they can expect children to react to the crime. covers burglary, bullying, racist abuse, violent attack, domestic violence, child abuse, vandalism. KS1, KS2
2822: Safety in Learning
CD and DVd on safeguarding. CD includes guidance on planning, running training incl handouts, powerpoint slides. DVD includes 3 short films on safeguarding from early years to FE colleges. Includes 16 very short case studies covering different types of abuse to promote discussion on what to do next.
2847: STOP Domestic Violence
Pack with over 40 different activities to look at domestic violence issues from many angles. Includes background info, discussion ideas, further resources
2850: Domestic Violence Awareness manual
Manual in 4 parts: 6 week programme for 7-10 yo, 6 week programme for 11-13 yo, 2 workshops for 14-16yo. Awareness raising material for teachers and other support staff. Produced by Birmingham agencies.

Text

2764: Right to Feel Safe Booklet Set of 10
This booklet gives a simple and accessible outline of what protective Behaviours is about and provides some good questions as conversation starters to use to talk to children about safety. Excellent to hand out to parents. 16 pages, 10 booklets supplied.

Video/DVD/CD

1115: Whose daughter next?
For adults/agencies/staff working with young people. Reveals how girls in this country are being controlled, abused, and sold for sex. Offers vital background information for supporting girls and dealing with their abusers. With booklet. 25 minutes. Class: 363.4
2268: Jenny's story
KS3. DVD film & support materials based on a true story. Looks at internet safety and, in particular, the experiences of a young teenager who chats online to a stranger. Class: DVD 364.4
2289: Home truths
KS2/KS3. DVD. Five young people tell of their experiences of domestic violence, how living with violence affects them, their friends & families & how they have responded positively to their situation. 12 mins. With resources booklet. 1999. Class: DVD 362.82
2409: Resolving conflict
DVD uses a series of real life case studies to examines how conflict is caused and resolved. Topics include road rage, bullying, domestic violence, using mediation. Comes with 55 page worksbook with activities to enable pupils to experiment with different ways of responding to conflict. For KS4. 95 mins
2759: Believe me DVD
Five young people describe their experience of sexual abuse and the effects it has on them. The DVD carries some important messages of finding and finding a trusted adult. It shows that help is available and that young people can cover from the experience. Running time: 12 mins.
2769: Don't Die of Embarrassment DVD Pack
A resource centred around a powerful drama played out by year 10 boys aimed at promoting young people's well-being and mental health for the prevention of suicide in young people. The teacher's Resource pack includes the DVD of the drama (approx 17 minutes running time) and a range of thought-provoking worksheets to support and develop discussion in class. Clear guidance is given and worksheets are structured to encourage individual, pair, group and whole-class work.
2772: Breaking Point DVD
A DVD illustrating people at breaking point, covering stress and suicide. This DVD is made up of three main sections: 1) In the same breath: Quentin's feelings after his wife had committed suicide. 2) Looks at teenage suicide. Stress case studies: four different case studies of stressed people. Includes support material on a CD Rom. Total running time: 53 minutes.
2822: Safety in Learning
CD and DVd on safeguarding. CD includes guidance on planning, running training incl handouts, powerpoint slides. DVD includes 3 short films on safeguarding from early years to FE colleges. Includes 16 very short case studies covering different types of abuse to promote discussion on what to do next.
2829: Matters 2 Me
DVD using animation. Has 3 sections covering grooming, ICT misuse, bullying. Grooming section has 3 scenarios; in a leisure centre with a football coach, in a home with an uncle, in swimming lessons. ICT section covers chatrooms, webcams, mobile phones. Bullyings ection covers online bullying, bullying at school and outside school. Suitable for KS1, KS2, KS3
2831: What If?
Award winning animated DVD based on Rudyard Kipling's poem. A man and a boy take a walk through the woods but who are they? what is their relationship to each other? what is their purpose (both hidden and stated)? A very thought provoking DVD whilst being quite subtle. For KS3, KS4. 5mins. Also has 1 min trailer that can be used.

Game

2757: Peace Path Game
A unique game not only teaches alternatives to violent behaviour but also addresses the more immediate issue of what the young person should do at the moment violence is occuring. It focuses on four different settings - home, shelter, school, and relative's house.
2758: Teen Relationship Workbook & Card Game
Thw workbook includes 50 activities for use in group and individual sessions with 68 reproducible worksheets are organised in 6 sections: understanding abuse, evaluating your relationship, social influences, building healthy relationships, making good, decisions, and review. also available - 72 cards with open-ended questions corresponding to an activity on every page of the workbook. Cards can be used alone or with the book. 135 pages
2767: I Can Monsters Cards
A colourful and humorous set of cards with an important message to develop strategies of safety. Each card is designed as a prompt for a conversation about how competencies can be used, when it is good to use them and when they can be used to maintain safety. Very effective for use in protective behaviour programmes. Contents: 24 full-colour laminated cards each 210 by 150mm.


Citizenship

Citizenship


Equip

2239: Hector Puppet
Early Years/KS1/KS2. Hand puppet of "Hector" the dog. Can be used in conjunction with other resources featuring "Hector" or as an individual story time prop. Class: Kit

Pupil

1572: All kinds of people
This book celebrates all kinds of children in a warm, humorous way. Using lots of illustrations it shows that people come in all different shapes and sizes and have different hobbies and interests. Foundation and Key Stage 1. 1995. Class: 305.8
1580: What do you want to know about Racism
One of a series. Each topic is explored from a personal as well as a social perspective. Storylines about children coping with each issue are illustrated and accompanied by clear 'reader-friendly' texts. Key Stage 2. 1995 Class: 305.8
2037: Human Rights
KS3&4. Information and facts about the history and development of human rights up till present day are presented through detailed text and black and white photos. By David Hayes. 1980. Class: 323
2060: Children Need...Homes
KS2&3. Colour photos and clear text emphasise the importance of adequate shelter for children to protect them so they can feel safe and protected. It looks at the success of housing projects and the problems of poor quality. By Harry Undy. 1988. Class: 305.23
2209: Come home with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children discover what kinds of homes other children in the world live in. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1999. Class: 305.8
2210: Come and play with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children discover how other children throughout the world play. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1999. Class: 305.8
2211: Come and eat with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children discover what other children throughout the world eat. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1997. Class: 305.8
2225: Salamatu and Kandoni go missing
KS1. Story from Ghana. When Salamatu's goat follows her to school, it starts a series of misadventures in a day that she will never forget. By Steve Brace. 2000. Class: FICTION
2656: Life Skills Practice
192 photocopiable activity work sheets to help students prepare for life after school, and to practice their life skills. The activities are centred around a wide variety of everyday situations. A4 ring binder, 250 pages.

Teach

70: Education for Citizenship
Key Stage 3. Sections covering young people & the law, homes & homelessness, families & care, poverty and young people's rights, plus teachers' guide and citizen action pack. 1991. Class: L
85: This is ….Citizenship: 1
KS3. Lays the foundations of a major new secondary Citizenship course. Contains case studies and activities & looks at - rules, rights, responsibilities, tolerance, the community, local & national government, mass media & the global community. 2002. Class: L
86: Choices & Consequences: Choosing Right . . . From Wrong
For 9-12 year olds. Aims to help children understand the nature and consequences of responsible and irresponsible behaviour and the importance of rules and laws. Contains ideas and activities. Follows a structured theme. By Duncan Smith. 1998. Class: L
157: Cross Curricular Themes, Skills & Dimensions 2: Education for Citizenship
Based on existing good practice. Provides an introduction and guidance; gives examples of content, process and methodology; provides teaching and learning exemplars; suggests some teaching and learning contexts. 1991. Class: L
236: Citizenship and Personal, Social and Health Education - KS2
7-11 years. A series of 4 Pupil Books, accompanied by 4 corresponding Teachers' Resource Books (one for each year group.) Provides a progressive programme of activities in personal development, Citizenship, lifestyle and relationships. 2000. Class: L
338: If it makes my life easier to write a policy on equal opportunities
Helps to provide a stimulating and encouraging framework for your policy document. Very easy to use. One of a series. 1997. Class: EQ
387: Educational Resources: 4 - Towards Citizenship - Shoplifting & Car Crime
Primary. Contains activities and ideas for working through issues of shoplifting and car crime and to promote discussion and debate in the classroom. 1993. Class: L
711: Partners Against Crime: Crime Prevention Panels
Manual for action about setting up, running, funding and publicising crime prevention panels. 1993. Class: CE
772: Development Education - a training handbook
A training handbook for the youth service. 1988. Class: WD
878: It's Not Fair
A handbook for youth groups about world/development education. 1985. Class: WD
880: Getting on with others
6-9 years. A resource pack for youth work, with leaders' booklet. Class: WD
905: Working With Young People
Legal responsibility and liability. 1984. Class: YP
906: Police Act
A guide for young people. 1987. Class: YP
957: Citizenship and Personal, Social and Health Education - Evaluation Pack - KS1
4-7 years. Case containing 3 Teacher Guide Books and 3 accompanying Big Books. Provides a progressive programme of activities in personal development, Citizenship, lifestyle and relationships. Includes planning grids and photocopiable sheets. 2000. Class: L
976: Looking At Injustice
11-12 years. Teachers notes, activities and worksheets. Uses the events in Tiannamen Square, Beijing, China, 1989 as a focus. 1989. Class: HR
979: Children's Rights
A participative exercise for learning about children's rights in England and Wales. Contains 80 laminated cards and a handbook. 1993. Class: HR
991: Newtown stories old and new
Pack of two books containing groups of stories, recounting experiences of elderly patients who attended an Exercise Class at Newtown Health Centre, and a group of children at a local school. Class: L
1087: People At Work: photopack
Photographs, showing people at work in different countries, teacher's notes with classroom activities, and background notes. Class: L
1143: Travellers
Secondary. Teaching pack to raise awareness of the Travellers in society. Looks at the issues involved. Contains teacher and pupil material. 1982. Class: HR
1194: Profile on Prejudice
Secondary. Looks at prejudice and discrimination. Focuses on Human Rights and profiles Travellers, Palestinians and Native Americans. Contains activities. Class: HR
1198: Your community in your school: a response to citizenship
Upper primary/ Lower secondary. Pack based on a school project which involved the community in the curriculum of the school. Includes material on Student Council, fund-raising, vandalism, crime, religion, foreign affairs, alcohol, careers etc. 1991. Class: L
1201: Teaching the UN Convention on The Rights of the Child
Secondary. Teacher's book. Looks at the history of children's rights, SCF and UNICEF, and the basic principles and text of the Convention. Class: L
1202: The world of citizenship
Upper primary/Lower secondary. A lively and practical introductory guide which includes government, crime and punishment, family and community, moral responsibility and democracy. Includes ideas for activities. By J. Aylett. 1993. Class: L
1216: Citizenship education: a planning framework for citizenship in schools
For early years, KS1,2,3 & 4. Covers principles, management and development of Citizenship in schools, guidelines on policy and practice and ideas for activities in the classroom. By Hampshire County Council. 1998. Class: L
1217: Preparing successful, healthy, educated citizens
Primary. Helps teachers put into practice the new PSHE and Citizenship curriculum for KS 1 & 2. Builds on current knowledge and discusses where additional teaching is likely to be needed. Includes tables to help audit work. By Elaine Abbott. 2000. Class: L
1237: "Success for everyone" - Benchmarks for Citizenship Education
Looks at various aspects of the benchmarks:- leadership, management and organisation, creating the environment, teaching & learning, staff development, parental & community involvement and collective review. 2000. Class: L
1259: Getting Personal-Challenges In Our Society
Photocopiable worksheets and activities provide fascinating starting points and lesson plans for teachers teaching PSHE and citizenship. By Neil Wilson. 1991. Class: HE
1386: I am, I know, I can
Primary. Contains lessons cards, workshops and photocopiable templates on PSHE and Citizenship. Covers developing confidence, responsibility, good relationships and a healthy, safer lifestyle, Citizenship and respecting differences. 2001. Class: L
1387: The LCP Citizenship Resource Files: Key Stage 2 - File B
In line with Curriculum 2000, comprises a flexible Citizenship programme, including - right and wrong, rights and responsibilities, rules and laws, the Global Community and end of course review. 2000. Class: L
1388: The LCP Citizenship Resource Files: Key Stage 2 - File A
In line with Curriculum 2000, comprises a flexible Citizenship programme, including choices, communities, democracy, feelings and relationships and health. 2000. Class: L
1389: The LCP Citizenship Resource Files: Key Stage 1 and Early Years.
In line with Curriculum 2000, comprises a flexible Citizenship programme, including - choices, communities, feelings and relationships, right and wrong, rights and responsibilities and rules. 2000. Class: L
1483: The A-Z of PSHE
Key Stage 4. Focuses on 26 alphabetical topics, covered by accessible text and colourful illustrations and supported by suggestions for activities, discussions and follow-up work. By Bernard Williams. 1999. Class: L
1493: Ideas for PSHE: KS2
Provides activities to support teaching in self-esteem, independence & responsibility, making the most of abilities, Citizenship, healthy lifestyle, safety, relationships, and differences between people. 2000. Class: L
1494: Ideas for PSHE: KS1
Provides activities to support teaching in self-esteem, healthy lifestyle, safety, relationships, differences between people, independence & responsibility, Citizenship and making the most of their abilities. 2000. Class: L
1495: PSHE including Citizenship: Key Stage 2.
Contains modules on a range of topics based around Citizenship, environment, health, careers and economic & industrial awareness. Sets out clearly objectives, methodology, resources, lesson plans & photocopiable activities. 1999. Class: L
1496: PSHE and Citizenship: Key Stage 1
Practical resource specifically written to fulfil national curriculum requirements, focusing on the enhancement of self-esteem. Contains a structured programme of activities with lesson notes, extension & photocopiable activities. 2001. Class: L
1556: The fight against Racism
Secondary. Contains a pictorial history of Asian and Afro-Caribbean people in Britain. Looks at discrimination, Black Power, communities, Black women and rebellion. By the Institute of Race Relations. 1986. Class: HR
1564: How Racism came to Britain
Secondary. A cartoon-style book which attempts to trace the roots of British racism to its history in slavery and colonial oppression and exploitation. By the Institute of Race relations. 1985. Class: HR
1567: Across and Beyond - Citizenship for Primary schools.
This book and video offer inspiring and practical ways of incorporating Citizenship into the primary curriculum. Pack provides ideas and examples of whole school Citizenship projects, classroom activities linked to other Curriculum areas. BBC. 2000. Class: 323.6
1569: People and Communities - Growing up today.
Part of a series. Uses storybooks to address PSHE. Each book contains lesson plans which provide ideas for classroom activities, differentiated photocopiable worksheets. Key Stage 1. 1999. Class: L
1589: Citizens of the Future.
This pack offers a series of 7 themes of Citizenship. Each unit has comprehensive teachers' notes, lesson plans and stimulating pupil centred activities. Key Stage 2 and 3. 1998. Class: L
1593: A Teachers' Handbook for PSHE and Citizenship.
This resource has many lessons designed for use in the Literacy hour. Also contains lesson plans, photocopiable materials, guidance on teaching styles, links to other curriculum areas, differentiated and progressive tasks. Key Stage 1 and 2. 2000. Class: L
1597: Citizenship for all
This has pupil materials, detailed teacher notes written to stimulate the development and learning of all aspects of citizenship in a wide ability audience. Based on 5 themes - belonging, change, safety, law and rules, responsibilities. KS2 & 3 1998. Class: L
1604: Choices & Consequences: Work & Wealth
9-12 years. Aims to help children understand the role and significance of money and work in their lives, their families and society as a whole. Follows a structured theme. By Duncan Smith. 1998 Class: L
2181: Citizenship study pack
KS3/KS4. Pack consisting of 2 videos, 1 audio tape and teachers' notes. Contains active learning materials & reports on local voluntary projects by young people.
2201: LCP Citizenship Resource Files - Year 7
KS3. Comprises a flexible citizenship programme with a balanced range of teaching approaches. Covers - what is Citizenship, our identity, our community, communities of faith, democracy, rules & laws, our world. 2002 Class: L
2202: LCP Citizenship Resource Files - Year 8
KS3. Comprises a flexible citizenship programme with a balanced range of teaching approaches. Covers rights & responsibilities, the European Union, voluntary work, the media, festivals & celebrations & our families. 2002. Class: L
2203: LCP Citizenship Resource Files - Year 9
KS3. Comprises a flexible citizenship programme with a balanced range of teaching approaches. Covers race relations, local government, animal & human rights, politics, crime, poverty, leisure, sport & society. 2002. Class: L
2204: LCP Citizenship Resource Files - Year 10
KS4. Comprises a flexible citizenship programme with a balanced range of teaching approaches. Covers - somewhere to live, conflict, peace & justice, politics, moral issues, the global community, work & leisure. 2002. Class: L
2205: LCP Citizenship Resource Files - Year 11
KS4. Comprises a flexible citizenship programme with a balanced range of teaching approaches. Covers - society today, economic awareness, environment & Great Britain: past & present. 2002 Class: L
2207: Bright Ideas: Inspirations for cross curricular themes
KS1/KS2. Offers a structured yet flexible approach to cross-curricular themes. Covers economic awareness, health education, careers guidance, environment, citizenship & project themes. By Alistair Ross. 1993. Class: L
2212: Come and ride with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children learn how other children throughout the world travel. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1997. Class: 305.8
2227: Conflict Resolution
KS3/KS4. A series of modules, from ASDAN, which focus on understanding & reacting to conflict, understanding feelings, skills for conflict resolution & conflict in the community. Class: L
2230: Answers: Pack 1 - Ages 7-9 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 posters which form a comprehensive, primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2231: Answers: Pack 2 - Ages 9-11 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 Posters which form a comprehensive primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2232: Help the Aged Primary Schools Resource Pack
KS2. Resources book containing worksheets & activities to help highlight the various issues facing older people in the community. With Teacher's notes. Class: L
2233: Be Lifewise -(Help the Aged pack)
KS3/KS4. Contains activities & lesson plans to encourage thinking and greater understanding about the issues facing older people today. Includes Teacher's guide and poster. Class: L
2455: Health for Life Ages 4 - 7
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS1
2456: Health for Life Ages 8 -11
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS2
2457: Real Health for Real lives Ages 10 -11
30 lesson plans to challenge pupils to put lessons about PSHE & Citizenship into practice.
2605: Refuge pack
Learning about refugees with refugees. Covers 5 areas: lives in danger, flight & escape, finding refuge, images of them & us, families & support structures. Contains DVD, 9 profiles of refugees, teacher's guide, document folder, pictures, concept cards, maps. For KS3, KS4
2609: First Choices
18 short stories based on lifestyle of children highlighting essential choices. Covers environment, stealing, lying, social behaviours, justice, loss, grief, separation, prejudice, disability, risk. Includes CD Rom of all the stories and colour illustrations. For KS1
2610: Good Choices
12 short stories based on lifestyle of children highlighting essential choices. Covers caught in the act, the lie, no difference allowed, labelled, getting justice, bullying, graffiti gang, losing gran, the split, the cheat, breaking the rules, coping with change. Includes CD Rom of all the stories and colour illustrations. For KS2
2611: Life Choices
12 short stories based on lifestyle of adolescents highlighting essential choices. Covers bullying, vandalism, disability, running away, cheating, teenage pregnancy, alcohol, first love, awkward relatives, drugs, fame, criminal behaviour. Pupils participate ina ctivities and discussions and rewrite the story from a different viewpoint. Wide range of choices and outcomes. Includes CD Rom. For KS3, KS4
2612: Rules and Reasons game
Game to help teach children why rules are important as well as the consequences of breaking them. For 2-4 players or teams. For KS1, KS2
2613: Tough Decisions
50 activities in values and character education using current issues in contemporary settings. Pupils work through each problem situation with reading, writing, group discussion and role playing to explore topics such as parental expectations, peer pressure, respect for others. For KS3, KS4
2617: What would you do if? Dilemmas
30 laminated cards which present situations as discussion prompts. has CD Rom with worksheets. Dilemmas is about awkward moments that need to be handles tactfully. For KS3, KS4
2648: Bright Ideas - Circle Time
Well-laid-out with bright ideas for effective strategy for teaching PSHE and citizenship. Icludes chapters on: developing confidence, preparing to be an active citizen, heeping healthy, developing good relationship. 95 pages.
2652: Circle Time Activities CD Rom
Cd Rom providing structured and progressive set of Circle Time activities. topics covered includes: communication skills, family and culture, and society. Activities includes learning objective, key questions, teacher's notes, and a plenary session.
2713: Seriously weird Pack
A resource pack to engage young people in the issues of anti-social behaviour which includes: litter, graffiti, noisy motorbikes/cars, abandoned cars, barking dogs, neighbour disputes, groups causing damage/being noisy, street drinking and drug taking, verbal abuse and people strating fires. The pack is made up of: a DVD, an anti-social behaviour interactive CD Rom, and a one-to-one work comprehensive full-colour book containing detailed lesson plans. 97 pages.
2813: Our food, our world.
A let's eat photopack and CD-Rom for ages 5 to 9 by Oxfam. Features 5 children from France, Thailand, South Africa, Mexico, Indai. Looks at what children eat, where food comes from, how it gets to our tables, cooking, preparing, storing food, food in celebrations. Pack has 32 full colour photocards with text and discussion points, photocopiable resource sheets for literacy, science, geography, PSHE, Citizenship, recipes, CD Rom with all resources for use on interactive whiteboards.
2818: Pictures of Health
Covers 62 issues such as friendship, personal safety, growing up and citizenship. This colourful and creative book provides stimulating ideas and activities, that can help children understand and take responsibility for their own health and well being, as well as learning to respect others. Each theme contains display, learning objectives, whole calss starting points, cross curricular activities.

Video/DVD/CD

239: Children Act Now! (Know Your Rights, Use Your Rights)
For young people. Written, produced and shot by young people who are 'looked after' by Greater Manchester Social Services. To show young people 'in care' as responsible individuals, and share experiences of being 'in care' with other young people. 1992. Class: 344
1162: Caring for our School
Shows how a school council can help improve attitudes and behaviour of pupils. Primary
1568: Across and Beyond - Citizenship for Primary schools
This book and video offer inspiring and practical ways of incorporating Citizenship into the primary curriculum. Pack provides ideas and examples of whole school Citizenship projects, classroom activities linked to other Curriculum areas. BBC. 2000. Class: 323.6
2181: Citizenship study pack
KS3/KS4. Pack consisting of 2 videos, 1 audio tape and teachers' notes. Contains active learning materials & reports on local voluntary projects by young people.
2241: Colour Blind
KS3/KS4. Video & training notes which look at :- identity, what it means to be British, citizenship & racism. Class: V323.6
2244: Preparing for Citizenship
KS3/KS4. CD to support the teaching of citizenship at secondary level. Contains basic presentation (for individual & group learning) of what schools are expected to do and a list of additional resource materials. Class: L
2249: If only I'd known
KS2/KS3. CD featuring a powerful story of a brother & sister who become victims of a robbery & then go on to commit a similar crime. Looks at the consequences. Suggests coping strategies for youg people. Plus notes. Class: L
2295: Billy and the break in
KS3. CD-ROM. Animated. Looks at young crime, peer pressure & antisocial behaviour. With more than 80 discussion topics, allows students to follow Billy through a variety of situations as his pals think about breaking in to an off-licence. 2004. Includes user guide. Class: CD 364.3
2385: PSHE and Citizenship collection
DVD of 13 programmes on different aspects of citizenship and PSHE. covers rules, relationships, respect, understanding, decision making, responsibility, environmental awareness and more. Each prog is 13-15 mins. for KS1 & KS2
2386: Citizen power
DVD of 8 programmes that cover government and democracy, human and animal rights, global citizenship, law and media. each prog is 25 mins. for KS2 & KS3.
2604: Discrimination
DVD on discrimination in 3 sections; sex, race, other forms - age, religious, disability. Has teacher's notes, photocopy masters, pupil questionnaire. 26 mins. For KS3, KS4
2605: Refuge pack
Learning about refugees with refugees. Covers 5 areas: lives in danger, flight & escape, finding refuge, images of them & us, families & support structures. Contains DVD, 9 profiles of refugees, teacher's guide, document folder, pictures, concept cards, maps. For KS3, KS4
2607: Just Listen - Equality & Diversity
DVD of interviews looking at the prejudices people have, stereotypes created, where opinions come from, treating people as individuals. in 3 sections. Rcae & religion ( 2 x 6mins interviews) with Ibrahim's story of personal tragedy about asylum seeking, Clair is a Muslim and talks about prejudice she's suffered. Disability (13 mins) with Linda a wheelchair user. gender & Sexuality (2 x 5mins) with Alice who is a transvestite and Mick who is gay. For KS3, KS4
2713: Seriously weird Pack
A resource pack to engage young people in the issues of anti-social behaviour which includes: litter, graffiti, noisy motorbikes/cars, abandoned cars, barking dogs, neighbour disputes, groups causing damage/being noisy, street drinking and drug taking, verbal abuse and people strating fires. The pack is made up of: a DVD, an anti-social behaviour interactive CD Rom, and a one-to-one work comprehensive full-colour book containing detailed lesson plans. 97 pages.

Game

2295: Billy and the break in
KS3. CD-ROM. Animated. Looks at young crime, peer pressure & antisocial behaviour. With more than 80 discussion topics, allows students to follow Billy through a variety of situations as his pals think about breaking in to an off-licence. 2004. Includes user guide. Class: CD 364.3
2612: Rules and Reasons game
Game to help teach children why rules are important as well as the consequences of breaking them. For 2-4 players or teams. For KS1, KS2
2654: Housing games for Shelter
A Trivial Pursuit-style game to engage groups in thinking about housing, homelessness, and preparing to leave home. Icludes 82 questions, contains suggestion for additional activities and information about the housing rights and options of young people. 2-6 player games


Counselling

Counselling


Pupil

604: I miss you: A first look at death
KS1. Reassuring picture book which explores the difficult issue of death for young children. Children's feelings & questions are looked at in a simple & realistic way to help them understand their loss & come to terms with their feelings. By Pat Thomas. Class: 306.9
1286: What's Happening? Splitting Up
Primary. Answers many of the difficult questions children might have about parents splitting up, by looking at the feelings and experiences of those who have gone through it. By Karen Bryant-Mole. 1994. Class: 306.89
1294: What's Happening? Death
Primary. Answers many of the difficult questions children might have about death by looking at the feelings and experiences of those who have gone through it. By Karen Bryant-Mole. 1994. Class: 306.9
1296: What's Happening? Adoption
Primary. Answers many of the difficult questions children might have about adoption by looking at the feelings and experiences of those who have gone through it. By Karen Bryant-Mole. 1994. Class: 306.874
2197: Remembering Grandad
KS2. Looks at facing up to Death. With the help of his friends and the old man's wise words, James comes to terms with the loss of his beloved Grandad. By Gianni Padoan. 1987. Class: 306.9
2198: Break-up
KS2. Looks at facing up to Divorce. When Joe's Dad leaves home, it is the worst day in his life. As he realises that his parents still love him, he adjusts to the new reality. By Gianni Padoan. 1987. Class: 306.89

Teach

176: Counselling Skills for Teachers
Secondary. Describes styles of communication used in counselling, and suggests how to make effective use of them in work settings and elsewhere. 1988. Class: CO
188: Grief, Bereavement and Change
13+ years. Examines the issues involved in loss and change through a series of experiential, drama-based workshops. Can be used with 'Grief' (Videos). 1993. Class: GE
462: Learning to Grieve
Secondary. Covers media treatment of death, self-destructive behaviour, death of pets and categories of loss. Lessons and worksheets. 1992. Class: GE
480: When Dad Died
Working through loss with people who have learning disabilities or with children. 1991. Class: GE
603: Compassionate Friends pack
Set of booklets & leaflets from 'The Compassionate Friends', including writings and suggestions for self-help. Class: GE
605: Good Grief 1: Talking and Learning about Loss and Death
Secondary/adult. Helps explore and demystify this most sensitive area. Activity-based. 1988. Class: GE
613: Good Grief 2: Exploring Feelings, Loss and Death with Under 11's
Primary. Helps explore and demystify this most sensitive area. Activity-based. 1989. Class: GE
661: One way of helping
An introduction to counselling young people informally. Explains what counselling is, describes the counselling relationship and the personal qualities and skills required. Also covers preparation, boundaries, respecting confidences, and resources. Class: CO
715: Counselling Skills set B: Counselling/Co-operation in the Classroom
Develops the skills in set A and offers a structure for a further understanding of young people's behaviour. Techniques & strategies are suggested. 1989. Class: CO
716: Counselling Skills set A: An Introduction
Provides a framework for teachers and youth workers. Covers definitions, communication, responses, barriers, confrontation, and working with groups. 1989. Class: CO
1013: Helping Children Cope with Grief: Facing a death in the family
For anyone who wants to help a child who is coping with grief - parents, teachers, nurses, doctors, and friends. 1988. Class: GE
1133: Counselling Listener
For use in training in counselling skills. A set of 2 audio tapes containing case study material. Contains a wide range of counselling scenarios. With booklet. Class: CO
1134: Principles of Counselling - Series 2
For those whose work may involve counselling others. A set of 4 audio tapes which build on the principles explored in the first series. Further skills and issues are explored, with the emphasis on the development of counsellor self-awareness. With book Class: Co
1135: Principles of Counselling - Series 1
For those whose work may involve an element of counselling others. A set of 4 audio tapes which explore basic counselling principles, relevant issues and the essential communication and relationship skills involved. With booklet. Class: Co
1520: Dealing with domestic violence (Issues: Vol. 44)
Secondary. Looks at the issues involved in domestic violence and seeking help. Also contains study guide - "Exploring the Issues." 1999. Class: FAM
1521: Separation and Divorce (Issues: Volume 40)
Secondary. Looks at the issues involved in marriage break down, separation and divorce. Also contains a study guide "Exploring the issues." 1999. Class: R
1545: The Samaritans' Youth Pack
Teacher's pack encouraging open discussion of complex issues of emotional health and well-being. Looks at key issues, such as anxiety, fear, isolation, depression, self-harm and suicide. Contains classroom activities, worksheets and learning strategies. Class: Co
2737: Power of Parents in Partnership
Help parents become familiar with the wide range of school based topics by utilising this infromative resource. This resource includes flyers, tips and leaflets on a whole range of issues based around the following: working together, play, reading, writing maths, science, health, language and communication, social problems, and home-school activities.
2745: Counselling Services Set of 2 Books
Clearly laid out practical steps to setting up a successful counselling service in school. Includes photocopibable templates and forms A4 90 pages.
2746: Brief Counselling in Schools
A practical guide to providing help and support to young people experiencing a range of difficulties at home and school Topics includes: self-esteem, depression, bullying, parental separation, loss, spiritual concerns, smoking, drug and alcohol use, and sexuality.

Text

2737: Power of Parents in Partnership
Help parents become familiar with the wide range of school based topics by utilising this infromative resource. This resource includes flyers, tips and leaflets on a whole range of issues based around the following: working together, play, reading, writing maths, science, health, language and communication, social problems, and home-school activities.

Video/DVD/CD

2289: Home truths
KS2/KS3. DVD. Five young people tell of their experiences of domestic violence, how living with violence affects them, their friends & families & how they have responded positively to their situation. 12 mins. With resources booklet. 1999. Class: DVD 362.82


Drugs Education

Drugs Education


Equip

2304: Effects and hazards of smoking
Folding display highlighting consequences of smoking. Covers cancer, respiratory disease, heart diseases and second hand smoke. Emphasises benefits of stopping smoking. 147cm x 57cm.
2830: Marijuana plant
Artificial marijuana plant. Made of silk, the plant is so lifelike that it looks like the real thing. Ht 30cm

Pupil

1223: Let's discuss - Getting into Drugs
KS3. Looks at drugs issues - use, misuse and abuse, coping with pressure, drugs and the law and getting help. Contains colour photographs and cartoon strip pictures. By Pete Sanders & Steve Myers. 1996. Class: 615
1533: Addiction in the News
Secondary. Looks at many forms of addiction - alcoholism, drugs, smoking, gambling, food etc. Gives case studies and ways in which addicts can be helped. By Vanora Leigh. 1983. Class: 362.29
1576: Nice or Nasty? Learning about drugs and your health
This book tells you about the safe use of medicines and other substances in the home. It also warns of the dangers of drugs that are not medicines - and how they stop you being healthy. Foundation and Key Stage 1. 1998. Class: 615
2183: Need to know - Cannabis.
KS4. Explains the use of Cannabis, the arguments about its effects, & the harm caused to the user, family & society. Also looks at the history of Cannabis use & current debates & issues. By Sean Connolly. 2002 Class: 615
2184: Need to Know - Ecstasy
KS4. Explains Ecstasy use, what the life of a user is like & looks at the damage done to a user, family & society. Also explores the history of Ecstasy production & the legal position. By Sean Connolly. 2000. Class: 615
2185: Need to know - Alcohol
KS4. Explains Alcohol use & its place in our society. Looks at the damage Alcohol abuse can do to a drinker, family & society. Also explores history of Alcohol production & how problem drinking can be tackled. By Sean Connolly. 2000.
2186: Need to know - Solvent Abuse
KS4. Explains the various forms of volatile substance abuse, the effects & harm of each chemical & how an abuser's friends & family are affected. Also provides information on legal issues & treatment. By Sean Connolly. 2002. Class: 613.84
2340: Drugosaurs
Activity book shows how drug abuse causes 10 Drugosaurs to become extinct. Each Drugosaur has a full page picture with information on its fate. The opposite page provides more information including street names and short and long term effects. For KS2.
2342: The facts about Amphetamines
Book that explains how the drug works, its effects on the body and physical and emotional development. For KS4
2343: The facts about Cocaine
Book that explains how the drug works, its effects on the body and physical, mental and emotional development. For KS4.
2344: The facts about Heroin
The book explains how the drug works and describes the effects on the body and physical, mental and emotional development. For KS4.
2345: The facts about Depressants
Book explains how the drugs work and describes the effects on the body and physical, mental and emotional development. For KS4.
2346: The facts about LSD and other hallucinogens
Book explains how the drugs work and the effects on the body and physical, mental and emotional development. For KS4.
2347: The facts about Marijuana
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.
2348: The facts about Ecstasy
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.
2349: The facts about Inhalants
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.
2350: The facts about Alcohol
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.
2351: The facts about Steroids
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.

Teach

131: Taking Drugs Seriously (2nd edition)
14-25 years. A manual of harm reduction education on drugs. The pack uses games, quizzes, case studies, project work and small group discussions. Contains facts, street language, the law, sex & drugs, attitudes, community action. 1993. Class: D
160: Knowing the Score
Colour slides and notes for a commentary on legal & illegal drugs. Can be used as a complete package or adapted to suit needs or individual style. 24 slides. 1994. Class: D
282: Drug Abuse Briefing: 8th Edition.
A guide to the non-medical use of drugs in Britain. Gives basic information on all the most widely used drugs, both licit and illicit, plus a full colour plate section. 2001. Class: D
284: Work Related Education on Alcohol and Drugs
16+ years/employment training. Deals with basic skills; communication, problem-solving, social skills, etc; relating them to drugs and alcohol. 1985. Class: D
322: Smack or Sympathy?
Book that explores drug issues in schools from 4 viewpoints: pupils; teachers; school; community.
342: We talk a lot about drugs
Consideration of the issues and approaches relating to drugs education in Primary schools. Has background information and lesson plans. 1998.
345: Understanding Drugs.
Handbook for parents, teachers and other professionals. A guide to a greater understanding of drugs, their misuse, how to recognise drug misuse. Also offers information on help and guidance. 1996. Class: D
368: Simply Drugs - without too much reading and writing
Key Stages 3 & 4. A drug education resource that aims to help young people without the need for high level reading and writing skills. 1997. Class: D
373: Special Needs and Drug Education
A pack containing general advice, exercises and a card game for teaching young people with special needs about drugs. 1995. Class: D
377: It Couldn't Happen In Our School
A drug awareness resource for Governing Bodies and focusing on case studies based on drug-related incidents that have occurred in schools in the West Midlands. Class: D
432: Skills for the Primary School Child: World of Drugs
Primary. Programme of drug education that supports recommendations laid down in various government documents. Contains 15 lesson cards for children and 5 workshops for teachers, parents, governors & support staff. TACADE. 1995. Class: D
459: Primary School Drugs Pack
Primary. Includes pupil activities, staff awareness workshops, curriculum & pastoral guidance, working with parents and working with governors/policy development. 1995. Class: D
499: Jimmy Sniffs
9-12 years. A preventive approach to solvents and safety based on a theatre performance. Cross-phase & cross-curricular, using songs, quizzes, games, puzzles to examine personal safety, solvents, peer pressure, self-image, empowerment. 1994. Class: SoA
516: Taking Drugs Seriously (3rd edition)
14-25 years. A manual of harm reduction education on drugs. The pack uses games, quizzes, case studies, project work and small group discussions. Contains facts, street language, the law, sex & drugs, attitudes, community action. 1996. Class: D
524: Skills for the Primary School Child, part 3: The World of Drugs
4-11 years. Comprises 15 practical lessons to use with children in the classroom and 5 training workshops for use with school staff, parents and school governors. Photocopiable materials. Supports DfEE and SCAA recommendations. 1995. Class: D
541: Skills for Life: The World of Drugs for Secondary Schools
11-14 years. This programme seeks to support schools tackle a wide range of drugs and drug use issues. It can be used in conjunction with other programmes to support existing personal and social education provision. 1997. Class: D
564: Making the most of visitors
Aims to helps schools clarify the advantages and disadvantages of using other agencies to assist with drug education. Also helps schools meet their own responsibilities, and looks at confidentiality and child protection. Class: D
612: Talking About Solvent Misuse
Upper primary/lower secondary. 3 sections, helping equip children to cope with the dangers surrounding solvents and their misuse. 1992. Class: SoA
690: What is Health? - Drugs
Secondary. Contains ideas for activities relating to a range of areas including attitudes, facts, harm, feeling good about yourself, the law, decisions. See also "What is Health? - What is Health?". 1990. Class: D
709: Young People and Drugs
Secondary. Manual of the successful multi-disciplinary training programme run for Birmingham schools. 1992. Class: D
710: Family Support Group Pack (ADFAM)
Explores the issues involved in setting up and running a support group/self-help group for the families and friends of drug users. 1993. Class: D
722: ASK: Drug Education materials for 11-14 year olds for true mixed ability classes
Secondary. Targeted at pupils with learning difficulties in mainstream schools. Contains teacher's background notes and photocopiable trigger sheets, organised into three key sections - attitudes, skills and knowledge. By TACADE. 2002 Class: D
727: Taking Drugs or Taking Part
Looks at drugs & sport. Contains technical information, raises major themes like competitiveness, ambition & cheating, and provides background information. 1989. Class: D
754: Ecstasy and Drug Use in the 90s
Provides essential facts about commonly abused drugs (use, risks, legality, etc), and contains exercises & 'Drug Users' Slang Dictionary'. 1992. Class: D
755: Drugs - What Do You Know?
Card game. 1991. Class: D
756: Drug Facts
Card game. 1993. Class: D
757: Drugfax
Software for Amiga family of computers. Uses quizzes, colour graphics, pop-up screens. Includes sections on myths, the law, terms, parents, young people, risks. 1992.
763: Dealing With Solvent Misuse
Describes background and origins of solvent misuse, gives information, and offers advice for managing emergencies and coping with long term problems. 1990. Class: SoA
859: Drug Deal
14+ years. Card game developed from "Drugwise" pack. Includes 'dance' drugs, steroids, and 'designer' drugs. 1993. Class: D
1123: A parent's guide to the drug Ecstasy
For parents and carers. Audio tape outlining effects, what to do in an emergency and the legal position. With notes card. Class: D
1144: Drugs Futures:
Looks at the changing patterns of drug use amongst English youth, including linking of drugs with crime, trends, and statistics. 1995. Class: D
1154: The Essence
Secondary. Board game which provides accurate information on legal and illegal drugs, their effects and consequences, aims to encourage young people to take responsibility for their own sexual health and provide information about HIV. Includes handbook. Class: Game
1227: Drug education and the management of drug-related incidents
For anyone involved in drug education within schools. Provides practical advice based on good practice, DfEE, SCAA, Police guidance and Birmingham Education Service's interpretation of these. 1999. Class: D
1337: Choices & Consequences: Drugs To Help...Drugs To Hurt
9-12yrs.With an emphasis on choices and consequences, this resource looks at dependency and addiction, medicines and drugs, peer pressure, risk and stimulants. The wide ranging activities help to create strategies in resisting pressure to take drugs. 1998 Class: D
1338: PRIDE-Parents Role In Drug Safety Education
KS1. Sixteen class and home activities, along with eighteen pages of support material, make this an exciting drug education resource, for work with young children. 1996. Class: D
1497: Primary School Drugs Education Handbook
Primary. Describes the world of drugs, looking at their legal status, effects, dangers and their place in today's children's culture. Covers drug education to young children, the management of drugs on school premises and writing a drugs policy. 2000. Class: D
1535: Working together for Drug Education
KS1&2. Teaching pack designed to complement and enhance the programmes presented in the Life Education Centres mobile classrooms. Covers understanding the body, what effects it, decision making and attitudes. 2000. Class: D
1794: Jimmy Sniffs.
9-12 years. A preventive approach to solvents and safety based on a theatre performance. Cross-phase & cross-curricular, using songs, quizzes, games, puzzles to examine personal safety, solvents, peer pressure, self-image, empowerment. 1994. Class: SoA
1821: The Great Brain Robbery
What everyone should know about teenagers and drugs. Very humorous and informative book with lots of cartoons, diagrams, quotes. Has a lot of information. Secondary School. 1996. Class: D
2231: Answers: Pack 2 - Ages 9-11 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 Posters which form a comprehensive primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2333: Drug Scenario Settings
12 flashcards using colouful graphics help pupils broaden their knowledge of drug use and misuse. Encorages pupils to talk about their feelings and responses to situations and settings in which drugs might be used. For KS3 and 4.
2357: Rachel Miller's diary
This CD Rom follows the investigation of rachel Miller, a bright popular 15 year old who has been using drugs. Includes video documentary, casebook, drug facts file and drug quiz. Comes with teacher's guide. For KS3 and 4
2359: Drugs - Hazards in the Home
Resource pack that looks at different products found in the kitchen, bathroom and garden cupboards. Helps pupils develop awareness of hazards. For KS2 and 3
2365: Drug Pics 1
Pack illustrates legal and illegal substances as well as good and bad drugs and medicines. Pack includes 17 illustrated cards, lesson plans, activities and worksheets. For KS3 and 4
2366: Drug Pics 2
Pack illustrates legal and illegal substances as well as good and bad drugs and medicines. Pack includes 17 illustrated cards, lesson plans, activities and worksheets. For KS2 and 3
2393: Substance Abuse Prevention Activities
Includes 90 ready-to-use games, puzzles and worksheets. Includes full answers for the teachers. For KS1, KS2 & KS3
2454: Health Teaching Twisters
Provides word scrambles, word searches, crosswords and worksheets on healthy eating, fitness, substance abuse, tobacco use and sexuality. For KS3 & KS4
2611: Life Choices
12 short stories based on lifestyle of adolescents highlighting essential choices. Covers bullying, vandalism, disability, running away, cheating, teenage pregnancy, alcohol, first love, awkward relatives, drugs, fame, criminal behaviour. Pupils participate ina ctivities and discussions and rewrite the story from a different viewpoint. Wide range of choices and outcomes. Includes CD Rom. For KS3, KS4
2615: What do you think?
Book to help teach about how to deal with daily dilemmas. Over 70 activities covering range of issues such as sharing space, sparing feelings, respecting privacy, drugs, smoking, cheating. For KS1, KS2
2658: Drug Education in PSHE
Detailed guidance on all aspects of drug education with easy-to-follow lesson plans for the PSHE and Citizenship curriculum. 160 pages
2659: Project Charlie
Drug education resource with 70 lesson plans and over 90 photocopiable activities and fact sheets. this provides knowledge, understanding and an opportunity to explore personal and social attitude. also covers related topic on self awareness, relationships, decision making and drugs information. A huge resource, clearly laid out and easy to use.
2660: Project Charlie
Drug education resource with 70 lesson plans and over 90 photocopiable activities and fact sheets. this provides knowledge, understanding and an opportunity to explore personal and social attitude. also covers related topic on self awareness, relationships, decision making and drugs information. A huge resource, clearly laid out and easy to use. Fro age 9-12
2661: Drug Education Lesson Plans CD Rom
A structured and progressive approach to drug education, and involves discussion in a rangeof situations they are likely to meet. CD Rom, multi user. For age 5-11
2662: Drug Education Lesson Plans CD Rom
A structured and progressive approach to drug education, and involves discussion in a rangeof situations they are likely to meet. CD Rom, multi user. For age 11-15
2664: Stoned
A collection of activities to enable young people to talk about drugs and drug issues from a third person's point of view. Players creat virtual characters who takes drugs and decide on their destiny. Contents: character book, photocopiable sheets, information sheets, instructions, playing cards.
2665: Drug Education & Training Photo Pack
Exciting and innovative learning activities on drugs, activities includes matching up the cards, sorting into categories and using as dicussion points. This will help to develop an understanding about drugs issues. includes: 1) 18 A4 photographs of drugs and drug-related objects. 2) 18 A4 cards with drug names on, what they are, their effects, dangers and the law regarding them. 3) 18 A4 photographs of people of different age, gender, class, and ethnicity. 4) 18 A4 photographs of people using or involved with drugs.
2708: Learning Mentor's Source & Resource Book
A factual introduction to the range of needs mentors may encounter among the students they support. includes chapters covering: emotional intelligence, self-esteen, anger management, bereavement, self-harm, drug, awareness, bullying, behaviour change, transition, attendance and punctuality, school refusal and anxiety. Each chapter has an introduction, facilitator notes on how to use the 14-20 worksheets and fact sheets, and includes a list of relevant websites and useful resources. Thw worksheets are also available as downloadable PDF files on a free CD Rom,
2787: Drug Education Toolkit
Contains 2 books: Big Drug Education Activities Pack - Over 80 drug education learning activities to use with 11-18 years olds in schools, colleges, youth clubs and other settings. There are tips on using the pack, with references to current guidelines on good practice, research and organisations. The manual may also be used in training professionals and in parent or community workshops 150 pages Policy & Practice in Drug Education - A practical handbook for schools, youth projects and other organisations that work with young people aged 11-18. Can also be used for training professionals and for parent and community workshops 94 pages
2818: Pictures of Health
Covers 62 issues such as friendship, personal safety, growing up and citizenship. This colourful and creative book provides stimulating ideas and activities, that can help children understand and take responsibility for their own health and well being, as well as learning to respect others. Each theme contains display, learning objectives, whole calss starting points, cross curricular activities.
2835: Keeping Healthy. Essentials
book contains information, key facts and suggested activitie s to help develop a healthy lifestyle. Covers teeth, hair, eating, eating disorders, puberty, first aid, road/water safety, contraception, STI, drinking, smoking, drugs, mental health, allergies. For KS3
2849: Risky Business
Pack has 3 modules: drug education, exploring relationships, personal safety. Each module has material for at least 6 sessions.

Video/DVD/CD

63: Drugs - A family matter
For professionals and leaders wanting to run a session for parents and other concerned adults on the topic of drug misuse. With group leader guidance notes. 1992. Class: 615
124: Teenex
A youth drug prevention programme. Explains how TEENEX '88 and '89 were planned and organised. TEENEX is 5 days/nights camp. With handbook. Class: 615
170: Drug Dilemmas
For schools, youth and community groups. Based on a special edition of Brookside. With manual. 1992. Class: 615
479: Acting for Health: Drugs, Smoking and Alcohol Misuse
Comprises nine films which were the winners of the Acting for Health schools' competitions on substance misuse prevention. 1996. Class: 615
944: Acid
Subtitled 'Ten good reasons for using LSD'. Interviews with ex-users about their experiences with LSD and the consequences. 17 minutes. Class: 615
950: Happy Hours...surviving in a drug taking culture
A drama that looks at drugs and drug use on the streets - from a young persons viewpoint. Training pack included. 1989. Class: 615
965: Drugs and the Nervous System
Explains the kinds of disruptions to the nervous system caused by drugs. Uses animation. 18 minutes. 1988. Class: 615
1137: Safe is sound
Secondary. Explains the dangers of abusing freely available domestic products that contain solvents and volatile chemicals. Contains various scenarios illustrating the problem and suggests strategies to help. Class: 613.84
1152: DrugSense
Upper primary/lower secondary. CD-ROM. Includes Guide and Classroom Activities booklet. Provides inter-related components and activities to motivate children to learn about drugs. 1997. Class: D
2276: Life stuff: The A-Z of Drugs/Quit
KS4/Adult. DVD. Two programmes: 3 films outlining the facts about drinking & drugs (3 x 25 mins), and 5 short films (5 x 5 mins) to discourage young people from smoking. 2004. Class: DVD 615
2280: The Teen Files Series: The truth about drinking
KS3/KS4. DVD. Looks at the consequences of alcohol use - impaired co-ordination,vision & reaction time, damage to internal organs, drink driving & rehabilitation. 33 mins. 2005. Class: DVD 613.81
2284: The Teen Files Series: The truth about drugs
KS4/Adult. Shows the real-life damage & consequences of drug use on teenagers & their friends, babies and families. Also looks at the possible hardships such as rape, homelessness, suicide, imprisonment etc. 34 mins. 2005. Class: DVD 615
2285: Out of the medicine cabinet: RX for abuse?
KS3/KS4. DVD. Demonstrates why sneaking a few pills from the family medicine cabinet is neither safe nor legal. Describes how both prescription & over-the-counter drugs can be harmful. 24 mins. 2004. Class: DVD 615
2291: Billy and the Big D-cision
KS2/KS3. CD-ROM. Explores a wide range of issues dealing with drugs, peer pressure & responsibility. Allows students to make choices for Billy & see the consequences of his actions. Includes drugs database,worksheets & user guide. 2003. Class: CD 615
2292: Xoteric: Drug education for the interactive generation
KS3. CD-ROM. Formatted like a video game. Gives the facts about drugs, including legal and illegal drugs & drug laws. Includes ideas for activities. 2005. Class: CD 615
2334: Risky Situations
Looks at risky situations young adults could face including alcohol, smoking, illegal drugs and crime. Looks at how people get into risky situations and possible ways of dealing with them. For KS3 and 4. 24mins Class: DVD
2335: Life Stuff: The A-Z of drugs
Three 25 min programmes of factual information about drug use and misuse. Distinguishes myth from reality and provides an overview of the issues of drugs. For KS4. Class: DVD
2336: Heroin Kids
Combines facts with personal experiences of young people. Includes accounts from youg people recovering from heroin addiction, families of heroin users and a doctor who has worked with heorin addicts. For KS3 and 4. 21mins Class: DVD
2337: Heroin story: remember Suzi
Suzi is a teenagers who has everything but loses it all because of her heroin addiction. Also discusses ways to get help. For KS3 and 4. 21 mins Class: DVD
2338: Real Smart about Drugs
Using a fast paced TV show format this DVD explains what a drug is, lists types of drugs, sorts drugs into categories and describes the effects certain drugs have on the body. KS3 and 4. 23mins Class: DVD
2339: McGruff and Drug free Kids
Featues McGruff, the crime dog, who explains why drugs are dangerous and shows young people how to deal with peer pressure to try drugs. For KS1 and 2. 17mins Class: DVD
2341: A Loaded Gun
Dangers of volatile substances are covered. Includes video (11mins), teacher's manual and sample leaflets. For KS3 and 4.
2352: Peer Intervention: Drug Abuse
Programme offers suggestions for young people who want to help their friends stop using alcohol or other drugs. Provides reasonable options and shows ways of intervening. Also teaches people when not to handle situations alone. For KS3 and 4. 17mins Class: DVD
2353: Inhalants: A Deadly High
Programme looks at dangers of inhaling chemicals (which are legal, easy to obtain, inexpensive and seemingly harmless). Describes short-term and long-term effects of inhalant abuse. For Ks3 and 4. 16 mins Class: DVD
2354: McGruff's Drug Alert
Crime dog McGruff teaches children the dangers of both legal and illegal drugs. Also discusses peer pressure to take drugs. For KS1 and 2. 11mins Class: DVD
2358: Teen Files Flipped
hard hitting and realistic programme follows 2 drug addicted teens whose lives are 'flipped' for a day to see the realities of drug addiction. Both teens see other drug users and what they do. Comes with teacher's notes. For KS4. 21 mins Class: DVD
2360: Medicines, Drugs and Poisons
Children learn how to protect their bodies from dangerous substances by following the humourous adventures of Zork, an inquisitive space creature. They learn to distinguish between helpful and harmful drugs. For KS1 and 2. 11mins Class: DVD
2361: Cocaine and Human Physiology
The damage by cocaine, whether snorted, injected or smoked is covered by a series of testimonials and statistics. Also includes freebasing and crack. For KS4. 20mins Class: DVD
2362: Steroids: What every young athlete must know
Programme includes interviews with training director, young athletes and body builders. Features lively discussion about use of steroids and problem of drug use in sport. For KS3 and 4. 18mins Class: DVD
2364: Marijuana and Human Physiology
Programme helps to dispel myth that marijuana is a harmless recreational drug. It discusses the damaging effects of marijuana on mind and body. For KS3 and 4. 22 mins Class: DVD
2663: Deadline DVD
Drama that explores social issues and drug culture with aim to promote lively discussion among teenagers. Contents: DVD, user notes, and worksheets. running time: 24 minutes.
2667: i2d Drug Education DVD
An innovative education DVD for teenagers. Computer animation which contains messages about drug with a well-paced storyline that will holds teenager's attention. Contains a supporting booklet that provides a detailed script synopsis, pointers for class and group discussion and activity sheets for classroom use. Running time: 17 mins

Game

2363: Wheel of Misfortune
Game that includes questions about the identification and effects of various drugs. Includes multiple choice questions on drug and alcohol dangers and how to avoid them. Comes with teacher's text. For KS2 and 3.
2664: Stoned
A collection of activities to enable young people to talk about drugs and drug issues from a third person's point of view. Players creat virtual characters who takes drugs and decide on their destiny. Contents: character book, photocopiable sheets, information sheets, instructions, playing cards.
2666: Drugs are a Losing Game!
An exciting game that addresses the issues of drug abuse. It provides them with the true-life consequences of abusing drugs and compare it with a non-drug abuser. Age: up to 16 Games: 2-6 players


Early Years

Early Years


Equip

2239: Hector Puppet
Early Years/KS1/KS2. Hand puppet of "Hector" the dog. Can be used in conjunction with other resources featuring "Hector" or as an individual story time prop. Class: Kit
2254: Body Parts Display
Foundation/KS1. Fabric background holding 10 velcroed body parts to put together to make the outline of a body. Comes with 14 labels and two body charts.
2255: Fruit and vegetable finger puppets
Foundation/KS1/KS2. Twelve finger puppets, 6 fruit and 6 vegetable - to make teaching nutrition fun!
2256: Fruit and Vegetable Bean Bags
Foundation/KS1/KS2. Set of 12 bean bags - 6 fruit and 6 vegetable - to make learning about nutrition fun!
2260: Our Teeth - multi-layer puzzle
Foundation/KS1. Chunky, wooden, 4 layer jigsaw puzzle that illustrates the structure of a tooth. 10 interchangeable pieces.
2262: Alphabet Activity Mats
Foundation/KS1. Set of 26 round, plastic activity mats, each featuring a letter of the alphabet and a colourful picture. Set of game suggestions included.
2815: Keeping clean and healthy bag
This feely bag contains 18 soft tactile cushions each showing different items you need to help you stay clean and healthy.

Pupil

2305: Being Me and Tobacco Free
An activity book using simple language to explain what tobacco is, how it is used and why it is bad for our health. For Foundation and KS1.

Teach

290: Learning in the Early Years:Knowledge & Understanding of the World-Photocopiable
Early Years. Photocopiable activity sheets with accompanying notes. Focuses on:- myself and others, living things, our environment, objects and materials and how things work. 1999. Class: EY
295: Learning in the Early Years: Personal and Social Development - Photocopiable
Early Years. Photocopiable activity sheets with accompanying notes. Focuses on:- gaining confidence, learning to learn, becoming independent, getting on with others, feelings and social worlds. 1998. Class: EY
317: Learning in the Early Years: Physical Development - Photocopiable
Early Years. Photocopiable activity sheets with accompanying notes. Focuses on:- manipulative skills, co-ordination skills, balance and awareness of space amd using malleable materials. 1999. Class: EY
608: Grow Up: The Child Development Card Game
To help those studying children and children's development. 1991 Class: CD
708: Learning is Childsplay
Over 100 creative learning activities for young children. 1987. Class: EY
866: Developing a Curriculum for the Early Years
For Nurseries, playgroups. Aims to help workers who want to work together to examine their current practice and to plan for the future. 1989. Class: EY
895: Childhood Five to Ten
A parent's guide covering the developing child, a child's world, family, feelings, learning, school, safety, and getting involved; plus audio tape. 1984. Class: CD
898: Emotional and Behavioural Problems in Young Children.
Nursery/primary. Booklets on anti-social behaviour, sleep disturbance, the isolated, withdrawn or anxious child, feeding problems, surviving marital breakdown. 1988. Class: YP
1491: Learning in the Early Years: Personal and Social Development
Contains activities based on the Early Learning Goals for under-fives, including stories, rhymes and songs, and ideas for planning, assessment and record-keeping. Covers confidence, learning, independence, relationships, feelings & social worlds. 1998. Class: EY
1499: Learning in the Early Years: Knowledge & Understanding of the World
Contains activities based on the Early Learning Goals for under-fives, including stories, rhymes & songs, and ideas for planning, assessment & record-keeping. Covers me, my family & friends, living things, local environment, objects & materials etc. Class: EY
1553: Curriculum Guidance for the Foundation Stage.
Early Years Practitioners. Provides guidance to help all children achieve learning goals by the end of the foundation stage. Includes examples of learning activities at various stages. From Qualifications & Curriculum Authority. 2000. Class: EY
2571: Muppet Mouth Puppet. White boy
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2572: Muppet Mouth Puppet. White girl
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2573: Muppet Mouth Puppet. Grandad
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2574: Muppet Mouth Puppet. Grandma
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2576: Puppets at Large
Inspirational book on how to introduce puppets to your class. Covers; breathing life into your puppets, linking the learning, using photographs to support learning, props and accessories. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2581: Pip Puppet
Pip is designed to encourage and develop communication skills. Has an expressive face, moveable tongue, moveable arms and hands, can have hearing aid fitted. 66cm tall For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2582: Molly Puppet
Molly is designed to encourage and develop communication skills. Has an expressive face, moveable tongue, moveable arms and hands, can have hearing aid fitted. 66cm tall For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2583: Time to Talk game
With the help of Ginger Bear children perform role-play activities, practice everyday actions and provide information about themselves. Children learn about eye contact, sharing, greetings, feelings, giving/following instructions, listening, attention and play skills. For 2 - 4 players or teams. For Foundation, KS1. Links with Time to Talk Book
2584: Time to Talk Book
Helps children develop co-operative skills. Has 40 sessions that can be used. Children learn about eye contact, sharing, greetings, feelings, giving/following instructions, listening, attention and play skills. For Foundation, KS1. Links with Time to Talk game
2631: Enhancing Circle Time for the Very Young
11 different themes. Includes strategies for enhancing circle time through pre and post activities, encouraging children to focus on content of circle time as a way of sharing their work, ideas and thoughts. For Foundation, KS1
2632: Circle Time for the Very Young
80 planned circle time sessions developed to help teachers plan and carry out circle time for Foundation and KS1 pupils.
2633: The Giant Encyclopaedia of Circle Time and Group Activities
600 activities covering circle time tips, bodies, clothes, emotions, friendship, games, multicultural, self concept, sign language, starting school. For Foundation, KS1
2634: Music and Circle Time
Ideas for incorporating music into normal teaching day. Includes; rhythm, jingles, raps and chants, songs, instruments, ring games, music, art and story projects. For Foundation, KS1
2635: Moppy Circle Time Set
Set includes 4 story books which follow the everyday ups adn downs of David's best friend Moppy who is a loveable fluffy creature from outer space who changes colour each time he experiences a different emotion. Storybooks are; Moppy is happy/sad/angry/calm. Also includes Circle Time Handbook with lesson plans on how to use the storybooks. For Foundation, KS1
2649: Circle Time - 10 Minutes Ideas
Quick, inspirational and educational activities packed with games, songs, action, rhymes, and stories that will help children to work together and develop their esteen. Includes 60 activities covering areas such as: personal, social, emotional development, communication, language and literacy. Mathematical and physical development.
2650: Circle Time Activities CD Rom
Cd rom providing structured and progressive Circle Time activities covering topics such as: listening, respectingthe views of others, turn talking, sharing, taking risks, kindness, friends, watching, body language, living with others, following rules, what do I want from schools, how much be people be paid, playtime, what is a family? and others. Each activities includes objectives
2652: Circle Time Activities CD Rom
Cd Rom providing structured and progressive set of Circle Time activities. topics covered includes: communication skills, family and culture, and society. Activities includes learning objective, key questions, teacher's notes, and a plenary session.
2816: Growing
Book and Cd Rom for Early years on 6 main areas: I'm growing up, growth in animals, seeds and plants, trees and flowers, growing our food, using thinsg that grow. Also has section on rhymes, songs, displays. Has photocopiable activities, colour photos, film clips (on CD Rom).
2818: Pictures of Health
Covers 62 issues such as friendship, personal safety, growing up and citizenship. This colourful and creative book provides stimulating ideas and activities, that can help children understand and take responsibility for their own health and well being, as well as learning to respect others. Each theme contains display, learning objectives, whole calss starting points, cross curricular activities.

Video/DVD/CD

2816: Growing
Book and Cd Rom for Early years on 6 main areas: I'm growing up, growth in animals, seeds and plants, trees and flowers, growing our food, using thinsg that grow. Also has section on rhymes, songs, displays. Has photocopiable activities, colour photos, film clips (on CD Rom).

Game

2260: Our Teeth - multi-layer puzzle
Foundation/KS1. Chunky, wooden, 4 layer jigsaw puzzle that illustrates the structure of a tooth. 10 interchangeable pieces.
2583: Time to Talk game
With the help of Ginger Bear children perform role-play activities, practice everyday actions and provide information about themselves. Children learn about eye contact, sharing, greetings, feelings, giving/following instructions, listening, attention and play skills. For 2 - 4 players or teams. For Foundation, KS1. Links with Time to Talk Book
2775: Warm up! Work out! Bend & Stretch
Warm up!: contains 15 action song, and 11 action rhymes to get children moving. Work Out!: 16 action songs, traditional and original lyrics and music to encourage children to work out while having fun. Bend & Strtch: 16 action songs, musically arranged to promote firness, and learning. Children will love these fun and catchy songs that get them to wiggle, hop, stretch and jump. Includes clear instructions and notes.


Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders


Pupil

1432: Eating Disorders
Secondary. Looks at the causes and symptoms of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and compulsive over-eating, how these disorders affect the body, the psychological impact and how they can be treated. By Jo Whelan. 2001. Class: 616.852
2743: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2760: Whats Eating You?
A workbook about the prevention and treatment of eatings disorders for teens who have problems with food. The activities in this book will help girls: learn to view their bodies positively, accept the fact that each person is unique, understand how their eating behaviours develop, recognise the impact of emotions on food intake, and build coping skills that enable them to deal with food in healthy ways. Includes a free CD Rom

Teach

467: Eating Disorders: Issues for the 90's
Aims to offer up-to-date information from a wide variety of sources. Two chapters - Anorexia and Bulimia and Dieting. 1995. Class: ED
473: Food Mood Guide
Designed for use with young women in youth clubs, schools or any other setting where they come together. Offers a basic understanding of eating problems, suggestions of exercises to use, pointers of where to go for further information and help. 1995. Class: ED
1128: Life-size: teaching materials exploring body image
Secondary. Explores issues connected with body image. Contains a series of classroom activities to enable students to examine their own attitudes and approaches. By Liz Swinden & Lesley de Meza. 1999. Class: ED
1241: Slim Hopes
The results of a survey of slimming advertising. A National Food Alliance Publication. 1996. Class: ED
1806: Eating Disorders - A Quick Guide
Considers, briefly, all areas relating to eating disorders. 1996. Class: F
2743: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2744: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2760: Whats Eating You?
A workbook about the prevention and treatment of eatings disorders for teens who have problems with food. The activities in this book will help girls: learn to view their bodies positively, accept the fact that each person is unique, understand how their eating behaviours develop, recognise the impact of emotions on food intake, and build coping skills that enable them to deal with food in healthy ways. Includes a free CD Rom
2835: Keeping Healthy. Essentials
book contains information, key facts and suggested activitie s to help develop a healthy lifestyle. Covers teeth, hair, eating, eating disorders, puberty, first aid, road/water safety, contraception, STI, drinking, smoking, drugs, mental health, allergies. For KS3

Video/DVD/CD

2440: When Food is the Enemy
DVD about the major eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia and binge eating. experts and patients provide insights into possible causes and current methods of treatment. Also discusses the underlying emotional issues and potentially serious health complications. For KS3 & KS4. 25 mins


Emotional, Mental Health

Emotional, Mental Health


Equip

595: Blood Pressure Meter
Digital, electronic. Also measures pulse rate. Simply self-operated. 4 x AA 1.5 v batteries.

Pupil

1172: Myself - My feelings
Nursery/Lower Primary. Discusses some basic human feelings and emotions. With simple dialogue and colour photographs. By Hyancinth Meerabux. 1987. Class: 152.4
1179: Myself - Me
Nursery/Lower Primary. Talks about "me" - and about being "special" and unique, and some of the special things that happen in a child's life. With simple dialogue and colour photographs. By Hyancinth Meerabux. 1987. Class: 155.42
1369: Feelings: Afraid
KS1 & KS2. Collection of stories looking at situations when a child may become afraid, and how to cope. By Janine Amos. 1997. Class: 152.4
1376: Growing Up: Being kind
Nursery/KS1. Stories about Rachel's first day at school, and Daniel and Ryan, and how kindness and consideration helped them cope in their respective situations when they were worried. 1999. Class: 153.6
1378: Feelings: Angry
KS1 & KS2. Collection of stories featuring some occasions when children may become angry, and how to cope. By Janine Amos. 1997. Class: 152.4
1379: Feelings: Sad.
KS1 & KS2. Collection of stories focusing on the occasions when children experience sadness or loss, and how to cope. By Janine Amos. 1990. Class: 155.9
1380: Feelings: Brave
KS1 & KS2. Collection of stories, illustrating occasions when a child needs to be brave and how to cope. By Janine Amos. 1993. Class: 152.4
1384: Growing Up: Taking turns
Nursery/KS1. Stories about Ben and Tim, and Kate and Jo and how they resolved their respective conflicts by taking turns. 1999. Class: 153.6
2195: I am special
KS2. A lively little book which looks at what helps to make us who we are. Covers feelings, friends, ideas, memories, talents, my life & recipe for a happy life. By Alexandra Parsons. 1996. Class: 155.42
2196: Follow my leader
KS2. Looks at facing up to responsibility. At first, being in Wayne's gang is an exciting game of "Follow my Leader",but Joe soon comes to question the older boy's judgement. By Gianni Padoan. 1987. Class: 170
2197: Remembering Grandad
KS2. Looks at facing up to Death. With the help of his friends and the old man's wise words, James comes to terms with the loss of his beloved Grandad. By Gianni Padoan. 1987. Class: 306.9
2219: The Sand Tray
KS1. Story book which explores concepts of friendship & fairness. Johnny is friends with Tim at school and friends with Kylie at home, so why can't all three of them play together in the sand tray? By Don Rowe. 2001. Class: FICTION
2220: The Scary Video
KS1. Story book about Claire who stayed up late with the grown-ups, but now she can't get the scary images from their video out of her head...... By Gill Rose. 2001. Class: FICTION
2221: Joe's Car
KS1. Story book dealing with issues of ownership, honesty & friendship. Joe has a shiny red car. Charlie hides it, Ben finds it. Who will Joe choose to share it with? By Annabelle Dixon. 2001. Class: FICTION
2222: William and the Guinea-pig
KS1. Story book about issues of trust and sharing. When William finally gets his longed-for pet, he definitely doesn't want to share it with his little sister, Kelly. Fortunately, Kelly is not so easily deterred.... By Gill Rose. 2001. Class: FICTION
2223: Nicky and the Twins
KS1. Story book about Nicky and her twin baby brothers. When Nicky is feeling worried, she needs some comfort from her old toy rabbit, Mr. Bob. But why does Mr. Bob keep disappearing? By Tony Bradman & Susan Winter. 2001. Class: FICTION
2472: Forest of Feelings
In sharing Ben's adventures in the forest, children will be able to explore the emotions of anger, sadness, fear and jealousy. they will meet different tribes who each have only one emotion. each chapter includes teacher's notes, creative activities and circle time script based on the emotion featured. For KS2
2474: Feelings Playing cards
52 cards for playing games based on 13 specific feelins: happy, sad, worried, embarrassed, excited, unwell, upset, tired, angry, relaxed, surprised, disappointed, proud. Ideas for uses included. For KS1 & 2
2475: Mood Dudes faces
Set of 5 squeezable faces showing shock, disgust, anxiety, sad and happy. For Foundation, KS1 & KS2
2476: Ethnic Mood Dudes Faces
Set of 5 squeezable faces showing different expressions: shocked, disgusted, anxious, sad, happy. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2479: Feelings Storybook
26 illustrated stories to promote empathy and understanding. Each story focuses on a specific emotion with an open-ended question at the end to stimulate discussion. For KS2.
2520: Terry's Temper
Book based on story of a girl who cannot control her temper which leads to problems at home and school. Also includes photocopiable activities, involvement exercises and discussion questions. For KS1, KS2
2521: Every Time I Blow My Top I Lose My Head
Book about kid's guide to keeping cool under stress. Has fun exercises to give pupils practice in controlling their angry feelings and learning how to relax. For KS1, KS2
2522: Learning to Control Your Anger
Workbook to use with individual children who need help. Book tells story of how young boy learns a simple technique to control his anger (uses Stop, Think & Go Bears). For KS1, KS2
2534: Anger Management card game
Game for developing anger management. Designed to be played repeatedly by the same person at different stages or ages. Facilitates understanding of dealing with anger, helping players make poistive choices in how to cope. For KS3, KS4
2552: Sometimes I Feel Like I Don't Have Any Friends
A self esteem resource to help chidlren improve their social skills especially for friendship. Illustrated storybook about Mark who doesn't have friends. With the help of his parents and others Mark learns the importance of good listening, good manners and co-operation. For KS1, KS2
2718: Problem Postcards
15-session programme designd to assist children who are disaffected and difficult. This book will improve self-esteen as well as develop social, emotional and behavioural skills. Includes comprshensive facilitator instructions, warm-ups, activities, Circle Time questions and worksheets. Latter also supplied on a free CD Rom. 132 pages.
2738: Helping Children with Fear
This book will help children with anxiety, phobias or those who feel defeated or alone. It is a story about Teenie Weenie who may find himself struggling alone with something too difficult or too frightening, he learns to find some 'together'. A4 guidebook 131/storybook 32 pages.
2739: Helping Children with Loss
Will help children who are suffering from the pain of loss or separation. Accompanying is a story of Eric the sand dragon who loves the sea very much, but one day it goes out and does not come back. Eric finds the courage to feel the full pain of his loss, instead of closing his heart. A4 guidebook 79 pages/storybook 40 pages.
2740: Helping Children Locked in Rage or Hate
For children who hurt, hit, bite, smash, kick, shout, scream, are hyperaroused or hyperactive. Accompanying is a story about Hattie who is horrid to the people who try to bring kindness to her, but learns to understand that she has become too hard and, with help, the awful fear and pain go away. A4 guidebook 182 pages/storybook 32 pages.
2741: Helping Children with Low Self-Esteem
Will help children with low self-esteem. Accompanying is a story about Ruby who hates herself so much she often feels like a piece of rubbish, but after a very important dream and help from Dot, Ruby knows what it's like to feel happy for the first time in her life. A4 guidebook 91 pages/storybook 32 pages.
2742: instead Help Workbooks Set of 6
Essential series of 'instant help' workbooks for children with emotional and behaioural problems, each with 40 to 50 activities. The topics dealt with are hightlighted in the titles: 1) I bet I won't fret 2) Learning to listen, Learning to care 3) Finding sunshine after the storm 4) My feeling better workbook 5) Knowing yourself - knowing others 6) The divorce workbook for children All are 13-140 pages which includes a free CD Rom.
2743: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2748: Supporting young Carers
A programme to develop emotional literacy in young carers. It enables young carers to review their own situations, to feel more in control and to come to their own decision regarding any change that might benefit them,
2749: Beyond the Blues
A workbook for teens who are depressed. There are 40 illustrated activities which include: helping teens be more assertive, finding ways to make friends, handling conflicts, dealing with sad and difficult feelings. includes a free CD Rom of the workbook for easy printing. 160 pages.
2751: Its OK to be Sad
20 sensitive stories to help children undertand feelings of sadness, distress and anxiety. Accompanying activities to help: illustrate the range of feelings, give permission for the expression of feelings, encourage empathy towards others, and demonstrate that loss is a common experince. 104 pages
2752: Muddles, Puddles & Sunshine
The book offers practical and sensitive support to children who have suffered a loss. A beautifully illustrated personal activity book to complete and keep. 31 pages
2753: Waht on Earth Set of 5 Books
Simple, insightful and straight from the heart, this book is for any child who has lost a loved one, or other special person. Its talks about the meaning of deth, and how to cope, answer common questions and offers comfort and reassurance. 72 pages
2754: Grief in the Family DVD
An animated DVD designed to help adults give support to young people who have been bereaved. There are activities to help a bereaved young person. A booklet accompanied the DVD. DVD running time: 14 mins
2755: Grief Loss & Death
Provides activities to assist and support young people in coming to terms with bereavement. it provides opportunity to: understand about grief, loss and death, recognise, manage and express the range of feelings associated with grief, loss and death, learn more about the afterlife beliefs, death rituals and funeral customs of major world religion. Includes a free CD Rom of worksheets. 133 pages
2758: Teen Relationship Workbook & Card Game
Thw workbook includes 50 activities for use in group and individual sessions with 68 reproducible worksheets are organised in 6 sections: understanding abuse, evaluating your relationship, social influences, building healthy relationships, making good, decisions, and review. also available - 72 cards with open-ended questions corresponding to an activity on every page of the workbook. Cards can be used alone or with the book. 135 pages
2760: Whats Eating You?
A workbook about the prevention and treatment of eatings disorders for teens who have problems with food. The activities in this book will help girls: learn to view their bodies positively, accept the fact that each person is unique, understand how their eating behaviours develop, recognise the impact of emotions on food intake, and build coping skills that enable them to deal with food in healthy ways. Includes a free CD Rom
2768: Stopping the Pain
A workbook for teens who self-injure. Full of activities designed to: help teens understand why they hurt themselves, learn new ways to cope with upsetting feelings, control the impulse to self-injure, make a commitment to stop self-injury and get support, deal with problems that commonly accompany self-injury, like eating disorders and depression, and change the thoughts and others triggers that can lead to self injury. Includes a free CD Rom of the workbook for easy printing.
2786: Bullying Series
These photocopiable resources provide a framework to assist pupils in all areas of bullying. Set 1 age 5-7 Set 2 age 8-10 Set 3 age 10-12

Teach

533: Mental Health in Your School
A guide to the facts and issues surrounding the mental health and well-being of children. 1996. Class: ME
1375: Resource Bank on Loss and Grief
Secondary/Adult. Provides activities to help young people explore some of the feelings associated with loss and grief, ways they might deal with their feelings, and how to support friends who are bereaved. By Marilyn Harvey. 1999. Class: GE
1403: Bereavement
Part of the Issues series. It looks at the ways we cope with death using information from newspapers, Government reports, magazine articles, charities and other sources. Also comes with a teacher's guide. 1999. Class: GE
1404: Understanding feelings - Growing up today.
Part of a series of books. Each book has information on the topic, ideas for classroom activities, differentiated photocopiable activity sheets and 3 ability levels. KS1. 1999. Class: SFE
1408: Emotions - colour cards
48 beautiful colour photographs which show the vast range of emotions that people experience. This pack allows a great deal of flexibility of use and can support a lot of PSHE work. Class: SFE
1461: Mental Health: Activities for Peer Educators
Secondary. Contains guidance on the role of a peer educator, background on the issue of mental health, activities and a case study. 1997. Class: ME
1501: Talking is for Kids - Emotional Literacy for Infant school children
A teacher's resource covering the 6 key concepts of emotional literacy - confidence building, teaching how to learn, moving towards independence, social development, expressing emotion, environmental awareness. It has 24 worksheets and extensive notes. Class: SFE
2190: Go girls!
KS3/KS4. Aims to support girls' emotional development & build self esteem. Contains exercises covering self esteem, ambition,self image, choices, relationships, attitudes, menstruation, & risk. By Jo Adams. 2002. Class: SFE
2227: Conflict Resolution
KS3/KS4. A series of modules, from ASDAN, which focus on understanding & reacting to conflict, understanding feelings, skills for conflict resolution & conflict in the community. Class: L
2231: Answers: Pack 2 - Ages 9-11 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 Posters which form a comprehensive primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2301: Bridget's taking a long time
KS1/KS2. CD-ROM. Interactive story dealing with adoption issues from the point of view of children in an adopting family. Includes animations on every page, "click to read" text, video interviews with birth children & a set of worksheets for further activities. 2004. Includes user guide. Class: CD 306.874
2395: Feelings - in a jar
Each jar includes 365 cards that can be used for writing prompts or to start discussion. has 'feeling words' that pupuils can act out. For KS2, KS3 & KS4.
2396: Character - in a jar
Each jar includes 101 cards that can be used for writing prompts or to start discussion on chracter traits that help build and reinforce positve characetr traits at home and in school. For KS2, KS3 & KS4.
2399: Body Board and Emotions pack
Pack contains two linked boards, lesson plans and a large selction of add-on illustrations including facial expressions, assotment of male and female hair, thought bubbles and much more. Enables discussion about sensitive emotions. For KS2 & KS3
2400: Let's Talk
Set of discussion and prompt cards to get people talking. For all ages.
2403: The Teen Relationship workbook
Workbook to help teens develop healthy relationships and prevent domestic violence. Organised into sections that include evaluating relationships, understanding abuse, recognising social influences, building healthy relationships and making good decisions. Has 68 worksheets. For KS3 & KS4.
2404: Anger Board
Explains the process of getting angry. generates discussion about how to control the anger process and how toe xpress anger in a positive way. Comes with worksheet. For KS3 & KS4
2406: The Bully free Classroom
100 practical and proactive strategies for preventing bullying behaviour. Includes reproducible handouts. For KS1, KS2, KS3
2409: Resolving conflict
DVD uses a series of real life case studies to examines how conflict is caused and resolved. Topics include road rage, bullying, domestic violence, using mediation. Comes with 55 page worksbook with activities to enable pupils to experiment with different ways of responding to conflict. For KS4. 95 mins
2410: Anger control ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. for KS1 & KS2
2411: You and Me ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. for KS1, KS2, KS3
2412: Stop, Relax and Think ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. for KS1 & KS2
2413: Less Stress ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. for KS1 & KS2
2414: Positive Attitude ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. For KS1 & KS2
2415: Helping, Sharing and Caring ball
20cm ball with words and phrases to get pupils talking and interacting during lessons on emotional health. for KS1 & KS2
2416: Violence Prevention Skills for Elementary Students
Lessons and activities covering drug use, family relationships, crime related activities, dealing with anger, managing threatening situations. Helps teach pupils skills they need to handle conflicts in a peaceful non-violent way. For KS1 & KS2
2417: Violence Prevention Skills for Secondary students
Lessons and activities covering drug use, family relationships, crime related activities, dealing with anger, managing threatening situations. Helps teach pupils skills they need to handle conflicts in a peaceful non-violent way. For KS3 & KS4
2455: Health for Life Ages 4 - 7
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS1
2456: Health for Life Ages 8 -11
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS2
2464: Circle Time for Emotional Literacy
Book includes activities to promote listening and attention skills, raise awareness and self-esteem. Focus on class cohesion, empathy, co-operation and a sense of belonging.
2465: Emotional Intelligence Games
144 cards using game format in 10 areas: anger management, communication, problem-solving, self-image, awareness, responsibility, stress control, compassion, relating and handling emotion. For KS2.
2466: Emotional Intelligence Toolkit
Set of cards and notes to stimulate discussion about feelings, emotions and choices in 6 areas: managing feelings, empathy, resilience, non-verbal communication, verbal communication, self awareness & self esteem.
2467: An Approach to Emotional Intelligence
CD Rom with planned programme to support a school's PSHE scheme of work. Includes activities to help pupils; think for themselves, take responsibility, reflect on their views and actions, become more effective learners, build self-esteem etc. For KS2
2468: An Approach to Emotional Intelligence. KS3
CD Rom with planned programme to support a school's PSHE scheme of work. Includes activities to help pupils; think for themselves, take responsibility, reflect on their views and actions, become more effective learners, build self-esteem etc. For KS3
2469: Strength Cards
Set of 40 A5 cards and booklet of suggested uses. each card has a large full colour picture and a simple boldsentence to describe a strength.
2470: The Bears Cards
Set of 48 colourful cards featuring drawings of bears and booklet of suggested activities. Cards depict a range of emotions. For KS1 & 2
2471: Dealing with Feelings
Resource to help teach children emotional literacy. Includes: naming feelings, body changes, tying feelings to situations, learning to pause and relax, learning about thinking, identifying emotions, dealing with feelings, dealing with bullies. Manual and photocopiable workbook. For KS2
2472: Forest of Feelings
In sharing Ben's adventures in the forest, children will be able to explore the emotions of anger, sadness, fear and jealousy. they will meet different tribes who each have only one emotion. each chapter includes teacher's notes, creative activities and circle time script based on the emotion featured. For KS2
2473: A day in the life of Dingle Ducks
Book and CD Rom of Dingle Duck encountering situations which are: happy, annoying, anxious, gentle, helpful and proud. Book has clear designs in simple balck and white for easy copying. For Foundation and KS1
2474: Feelings Playing cards
52 cards for playing games based on 13 specific feelins: happy, sad, worried, embarrassed, excited, unwell, upset, tired, angry, relaxed, surprised, disappointed, proud. Ideas for uses included. For KS1 & 2
2475: Mood Dudes faces
Set of 5 squeezable faces showing shock, disgust, anxiety, sad and happy. For Foundation, KS1 & KS2
2476: Ethnic Mood Dudes Faces
Set of 5 squeezable faces showing different expressions: shocked, disgusted, anxious, sad, happy. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2477: Feelings Toolbox
CD Rom which has: Happy notes, Draw-a-face, Feelings games, Projection activities, Feelings Flash cards. Materials can be printed out and photocopied. For KS1 & 2.
2478: 250 Activity Lessons
250 sequenced goal orientated activitied and photocopiable lesson sheets to help pupils build a feeelings vocabulary, identify own feelings, manage anger, problem solve and build social skills. For KS2 & KS3
2479: Feelings Storybook
26 illustrated stories to promote empathy and understanding. Each story focuses on a specific emotion with an open-ended question at the end to stimulate discussion. For KS2.
2481: Emotions Photo cards
48 photo cards showing children in real-life situations. cards 196mm x 138mm. For Foundation, KS1, KS2.
2482: Have Courage cards
75 pictorial cards to help children face their fears e.g. scared of teh dark, spiders, dogs, thunder, dentist. Cards 90mm x 90mm. For Foundation, KS1
2483: Activities for Groupwork
Each activity teaches pupils to better understand themselves and their behaviours. Each activity includes instructions, material required, photocopiable worksheets. Helps to promote expressing feelings, enhance self esteem, enhance social skills, enhance social cohesion. for KS2 & 3
2484: Bubblegum Guy
Story follows Guy on his journey of discovery to find ways of managing his emotions. Story book has CD Rom to print out extra copies of story, illustrations, worksheets and activities. For KS2 & 3
2485: Learning to be Honest, Kind and Friendly
Book focusing on consideration, friendliness, honesty, kindness, tolerance. Includes teacher's notes and CD Rom for easy copying. For KS1.
2486: Learning to become Confident, Determined and Caring
Book focusing on confidence, respect, courage, determination, caring, assertiveness. Includes teacher's notes and CD Rom for easy copying. For KS1.
2487: Developing Consideration, Respect and Tolerance
Book and activities focusing on consideration, friendliness, honesty, kindness, tolerance, responsibility, confidence, respect, courage, determination, caring, assertiveness. Includes teacher's notes and CD Rom for easy copying. For KS2.
2488: Enhancing Courage, Respect and Assertiveness
Book and activities focusing on consideration, friendliness, honesty, kindness, tolerance, responsibility, confidence, respect, courage, determination, caring, assertiveness. Includes teacher's notes and CD Rom for easy copying. For KS2.
2489: Feelings Diary
Resource with lesson plans on emotional literacy, teacher's notes, copiable diary pages. For KS2 & 3
2490: Your Choice. Self-Esteem
CD Rom to help increase pupils' awareness of how they can be more positive about themselves with sections on being proud, choices and self-worth. For KS3, KS4
2491: Your Choice. Assertiveness.
Cd Rom looking at aggressive, passive and assertive responses and the consequences of these behaviours. Covers verbal and non-verbal skills, saying no, different responses. For KS3, KS4
2492: Your Choice. Feelings
Cd Rom explores awareness of feelings, accepting responsibility for them and developing effective coping strategies. Topics include managing feelings, coping, anger, depression and self-esteem. For KS3, KS4
2493: Your Choice. Conflicts
Cd Rom covers why conflict occurs, how this can be escalated or diffused and looks at negotiating, responding and changing behaviour. For KS3, KS4
2494: Feelings Photos
CD of 48 photographs of places chosen to initiate discussion about emotions. Images on CD for easy printing or use on whiteboards. For all ages.
2495: Emotions Discussion cards
48 A5 cards with photographs of people in range of situations, facial expressions, postures and other important body language cues. For all ages.
2496: Big Book of Blobs
Photocopiable collection of blob pictures to promote discussion on: places, issues, occasions, personal development. Each picture accompanied by ideas and questions. Comes with CD Rom. For Foundation, KS1, KS2.
2497: Big Book of Blob Feelings
Selection of blob pictures designed for work on feelings. Arranged in 3 sections: blob theory, blob emotions, blob developmental/issues. Each picture accompanied by ideas and questions. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2498: Anger management card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information.Card set helps facilitate understanding of dealing with anger, helps players make positive choices in how to cope. For KS3, KS4
2499: Communication card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set to enhance commuication skills while enabling pupils to discover information on how to interact with others more effectively. For KS3, KS4
2500: Problem Solving Card Game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set to help identify and solve problems by providing a space to 'suss out' ideas and learn from others. For KS3, KS4
2501: Self Image card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set to help provide a meaningful experience in learning how others see us and how we perceive ourselves. For KS3, KS4
2502: Awareness card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Cards et to help players reflect so they can think about how they feel and become more confident abuot their opinions. For KS3, KS4
2503: Responsibility Card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set designed to proagate responsibility in an age appropriate way. Enables players to recognise and identify various types of responsibility. For KS3, KS4
2504: Stress Control card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set offers opportunities to identify what causes stress and pinpoint ways to resolve negative stress. For KS3, KS4
2505: Compassion card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set to cultivate empathy, healing and equal opportunities with non-judgmental acceptance. For KS3, KS4
2506: Relating card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set to promote the ability to relate to others, help to develop peaceful co-operation and self-regulation. For KS3, KS4
2507: Handling Emotion card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set which provides optimum practice for dealing with feelings and learning how to avoid offensive behaviour and treating others badly. For KS3, KS4
2508: EQ card game
150 cards based on intra- and inter-personal communication to facilitate interactions and discussions about behaviour, emotion and thought in a non-threatening way. pack comes with 150 cards, 6 instruction cards and booklet. For 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS4
2509: I can ... If... Cards
60 cards to help promote positive responses to stressful situations. each cards suggests one strategy and invites pupils to say when, and if, they could use it. For KS2, KS3, KS4
2510: If.... I Can ... cards
60 cards with negative emotional states and awkward situations which young people commonly encounter. each card describes one topic and invites pupils to complete the open-ended sentence with an appropriate response. For KS2, KS3, KS4
2511: Talk around Friends cards
Set of 40 cards offering open-ended sentences to promote discussion about the responsibilities and rewards of being a good friend, emotions good friendship engenders, positive impact that effective healthy friendships have on our emotional well-being. For KS2, KS3, KS4
2512: Talk around Myself cards
Set of 40 cards offering open-ended sentences to promote discussion about positive feelings of self-worth that are vital to emotional health and development. By sharing views of themselves pupils are helped to develop assertiveness and confidence. For KS2, KS3, KS4
2513: Talk around Special Occasions cards
Set of 40 cards offering open-ended sentences to promote discussion of celebrations which can provoke positive and negative emotions. Pupils are encouraged to express their true feelings and explore strategies which can be used to cope with stressful times. For KS2, KS3, KS4
2514: Talk around Families cards
Set of 40 cards offering open-ended sentences to promote discussion of privileges and responsibilities of living in a family. Encourages pupils to question and discuss their position within the range of family groups and home environments. For KS2, KS3, KS4
2515: I feel ..... when ... cards
Set of 72 discussion cards about emotions and asking pupils to state when they feel that emotion e.g. I feel awkward when .... For all ages
2516: When ... I feel ... cards
Set of 72 cards which ask pupils to discuss how they feel in different situations e.g. When I have to go somewhere new I feel .... For all ages
2517: Furious Fred Game
game to teach important concepts and practical skills for controlling anger. For KS2. For 2 - 6 players or teams.
2518: Anger Control Games
Set of 6 games to teach children new ways to understand and control their anger. Each teaches a specific anger control skill: anger buttons, stop yourself, cool down, wheel of feelings, race for responsibility, creating compromises. For KS1, KS2. For 2- 4 players or teams.
2519: Everybody gets Angry
52 reproducible activities to help chidlren learn to understand, express and cope with angry feelings. Activities are based around art, music, drama and movement. Each activity includes discussion points, additional ideas and a creative challenge. Include CD Rom for easy copying of activities. For KS2, KS3
2521: Every Time I Blow My Top I Lose My Head
Book about kid's guide to keeping cool under stress. Has fun exercises to give pupils practice in controlling their angry feelings and learning how to relax. For KS1, KS2
2522: Learning to Control Your Anger
Workbook to use with individual children who need help. Book tells story of how young boy learns a simple technique to control his anger (uses Stop, Think & Go Bears). For KS1, KS2
2523: What's Best for Me
An anger control programme of 7 sessions with games and activities which demonstrate and reinforce benefits of controlling anger. Also has accompanying cassette, songsheet and poem for use during every session plus a different activity for each topic. For Foundation, KS1
2525: A Volcano in my Tummy
Resource to help pupils handle their anger. Full of stories and easy-to-use games and exercises designed to encourage children to see their anger and deal with it constructively. For KS2, KS3
2526: Anger Solution Game
Game to provide alternative solutions for angry and aggressive behaviours. Goal of the game is to help pupils understand they ahve control over their behavioural responses to anger and can make positive choices. For KS1, KS2
2527: Anger Solution card game
Card game to teach children effective ways to resolve their anger as they match 10 different anger solutions to common situations. Game allows children chance to choose alternatives. For KS1, KS2
2528: Anger Solution workbook
Workbook designed to help children learn about the emotion of anger and how to manage it appropriately. Children learn specific techniques to help them remain calm and to express their anger safely while working through conflict situations. For KS1, KS2
2529: Anger Management Programme KS2
Series of lesson plans to help pupils learn to sense, understand and appropriately express various levels of anger. Activities are interactive and fun and include emotions vocabulary, 6 basic emotions, 3 stages of an emotional hijack and developing empathy. For KS2
2530: Anger Management Programme. KS3
Series of lesson plans to help pupils learn to sense, understand and appropriately express various levels of anger. Activities are interactive and fun and include emotions vocabulary, 6 basic emotions, 3 stages of an emotional hijack and developing empathy. For KS3
2531: Stop That Angry Thought cards
37 pairs of illustrated cards showing a situations that might trigger anger and a corresponding positive response. For KS2, KS3, KS4
2532: Anger Strategies ball
Ball with anger strategy statements on. Whoever catches the ball reads one of the statements to start a discussion. For all ages. Ball 22.5cm
2533: Control Your Anger FAST
Resource to help pupils develop skills to controla nd express anger. Has photocopiable activity sheets, manula nd vocabulary chart. For KS2, KS3
2534: Anger Management card game
Game for developing anger management. Designed to be played repeatedly by the same person at different stages or ages. Facilitates understanding of dealing with anger, helping players make poistive choices in how to cope. For KS3, KS4
2535: Anger Workout Book for Teens
40 photocopiable worksheets designed to help teenagers work out their anger and learn skills for anger management. For KS3, KS4
2536: Strategies for Anger management
Resource with reproducible worksheets to help teenagers learn how to cope with anger in healthier ways. Covers 34 subjects. For KS3, KS4
2537: Helping Kids with Anxiety and Stress
Book provides collection of practical easy-to-follow tips and activities to help children with fears and anxieties. Covers sleeping alone, monsters, school phobia, bullies, terrorism, the dark, being overwhelmed (too much to do), test anxiety, germs/sickness, separation from trusted adults. For KS1, KS2
2538: Relax Kids CDs
17 restful meditations, stories and songs on 2 CDs. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2539: Stress Management game
Game addressing 15 common social stressors grouped into 3 categories: peers, authority, school. Players engage in role play, learn proven stress management technques, challenge cognitive errors, learn to identify triggers and symptoms of stress. For KS2, KS3
2540: Worry Less game
Fun and appealing board game to help children cope with their anxieties and fears. As players try to capture the Worry Monsters they learn specific skills to help them cope with anxiety. For 2- 4 players or teams. For KS2
2541: Less Stress ball
Whoever catches the ball reads and discusses statement about ways of coping with stress. Ball is 22.5cm. For all ages.
2542: I Can Cope ball
Whoever catches the ball reads one of the statements to start a discussion on different ways of coping with stress and disappointment. ball is 22.5cm. For all ages.
2544: Fighting Invisible Tigers
A stress management guide for teenagers designed to provide reassurance that theya re not alone in feeling overwhelmed. Contains 12 step-by-step sessions designed to manage stress. Includes photocopiable handouts and overhead masters. For KS3, KS4
2545: Mind Relax CD
CD to reduce stress, anxiety and hyperactivity. Made of combination of underlying binaural beats and ambient music to help listeners relax.
2546: Strictly Stress
12 sessions each with teacher's notes, photocopiable worksheets. Covers identifying stress, nature of friendship, healthy lifestyles, relaxation. Also has CD Rom. For KS3, KS4
2547: Self Esteem game
Players start journey in Mopesville and make their way toward feeling good about themselves in Self Esteem City. Along the way children learn positive affirmations and how to solve problems and have fun. For KS2. For 2-4 palyers or teams.
2548: I Am Proud ball
Whoever catches the ball reads one of the statements about an achievement or time when they felt proud to start a discussion. Ball is 2.5cm.
2549: The Dinosaur's Journey to Self Esteem game
Game to turn low self esteem into positive self image. players take journey to the Cave of Acceptance, the Valley of Values and the Land of Courage. For KS1, KS2. For 2-4players or teams.
2550: Self Esteem Activities for Young Children
Over 220 ready-to-use activities to help young children learn to feel good about themselves, develop friendships, celebrate diversity and accept changes. 6 sections: wonderful me, friends, feelings and emotions, same and different, changes, parent pack. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2551: Positive People
A self esteem building course for young chidlren. Has 12 sessions based on circle time on topics: about myself, good points, skills, appearance, achievements, good feelings, friendship, my best day, taking turns, being a leader, looking back and lookking forward. Has photocopiable activity sheets. Has CD Rom for easy photocopying. For KS1, KS2
2553: Quick and Lively Classroom Activities
260 activities grouped into 52 themes which can be done in 15-20 mins to develop self-esteem, creativity and co-operation. CD Rom included to aid printing of worksheets. For KS2
2554: Empathy
10 sessions to promote resilience and emotional intelligence in children. Each session includes teacher's notes, experiential activities, worksheets, games and reflective questions. Areas covered are; people's feelings, understanding, acting, respecting feelings, compassion, bonding, helping, sharing, comforting, kindness. Includes CD Rom. For KS2
2555: Assertiveness programme. KS2
Series of lesson plans to help pupils recognise when and how to choose an assertive behaviour. Activities are interactive and fun. Teacher's notes and pupil worksheets included. Topics covered are; assertive behaviour, right to do, think and feel, what do you wnat, how to ask for what you want, how to say no, practice makes perfect, kindly speak up. For KS2
2556: Assertiveness programme. KS3 & KS4
Series of lesson plans to help pupils recognise when and how to choose an assertive behaviour. Activities are interactive and fun. Teacher's notes and pupil worksheets included. Topics covered are; assertive behaviour, right to do, think and feel, what do you wnat, how to ask for what you want, how to say no, practice makes perfect, kindly speak up. For KS3 & KS4
2557: Helping Children to Build Self Esteem
100 creative photocopiable worksheets to encourage children to use their natural imaginative and creative abilities. Contents: who am I?, friends & feelings, feeling Ok about being me, taking care of myself, more than just talking, solving problems, setting goals. For KS2
2558: Helping Adolescents & Adults to build Self Esteem
Comprehensive resource filled with simple, practical, innovative ideas and activities for supporting the development and maintenance of healthy self esteem. Topics covered are: self esteem, self worth, self awareness, self acceptance, self reliance, self and others, self expression, creative problem solving, setting and achieving goals, keeping it all going. For KS3, KS4
2559: 101 Games for Self Esteem
Exciting and engaging games to get pupils to; relate well to others, feel more positive about themselves, increase self awareness, develop empathy, try co-operation, build confidence and trust. For all ages
2560: Self Esteem Ideas To Go. Age 6 - 8
Each book has a teacher's file with ideas for activities, selection of Quick Starts to get activities started and challenges for more able pupils. 28 photocopiable activities. Topics covered are; valuing self, valuing others, strenghts and limitations, likes and dislikes.
2561: Self Esteem ideas To Go. Age 8 -10
Each book has a teacher's file with ideas for activities, selection of Quick Starts to get activities started and challenges for more able pupils. 28 photocopiable activities. Topics covered are; valuing self, valuing others, strenghts and limitations, likes and dislikes.
2562: Self Esteem Ideas To Go. Age 10 - 12
Each book has a teacher's file with ideas for activities, selection of Quick Starts to get activities started and challenges for more able pupils. 28 photocopiable activities. Topics covered are; valuing self, valuing others, strenghts and limitations, likes and dislikes.
2563: Glad to be Me!
CD Rom with interactive learning to reinforce self respect concepts and skills. 3 components. Animated book about Luis who has poor self image but learns to like himself better and thereby gain more friends. Make-a-face activity for chidlren to learn about feelings. Quiz Show which animated real world situations. For KS1 KS2
2564: IMPACT!
A self esteem based skill development programme with 200 activities grouped into 11 units; communicating, self awareness, making decisions, resolving conflict, taking responsibility, managing stress, setting and attaining goals, relating to peers, team building. Each unit has easy-to-implement activties, discussion topics, thought-provoking questions and photocopiable worksheets. For KS3, KS4
2565: Role Play cards
54 cards to engage people in in problem solving responses and increase assertive communication and behaviours in challenging real-life situations. For KS3, KS4
2566: 50 Activities for Raising Self Esteem
A step-by-step guide to enhance self-esteem. In 8 sections; getting to know you, your name, my name, allaying fears and worries, compliments and insults, art craft and drama, relaxation and guided imagery, bonding and co-operatin, afirmations. Includes easy and quick-to-use, word-for-word instructions and worksheets. Also on CD Rom. For all ages
2575: The Power of Puppets
15 compelling illustrated stories to help with the social and emotional aspects of learning. Stories cover themes of friendships, feelings, sharing, getting on with others, self-esteem, solving problems. For KS1, KS2
2577: Learning to become Socially Talented Children
Worksheets to make social and emotional learning fun. Resource uses exciting graphics, games and activities to engage and stimulate children in learning. Covers; introducing me, I feel good about me, getting to know my body, feelings, anger, ways to help me, calm & chilled, communication, friendship, concentration, classroom behaviour, manners, sort it out. Includes CD Rom for easy copying. For KS1, KS2
2578: Socially Speaking
Resource to help teach pupils about maintaining relationships. Includes activities to help eye contact, body language, friendship, managing emotions, telephone calls, shopping. Has 50 photocopiable worksheets. For KS2
2579: The Crescent
24 stories that introduce the concept of moral values. based on people who live in The Crescent. Themes include; giving & taking, bullying & friendship, honesty & lies, birth & new arrivals, environmental issues. With every story there's a warm-up exercise, circle time discussion, supplementary ideas, curriculum links, photocopiable worksheets. Includes CD Rom for easy copying. For KS1
2580: 101 Ways to Teach Children Social Skills
101 activities to help children do better in school, face life's challenges with greater resiliency, better self image and experience, rewards of positive relationships. Topics include; verbal & non-verbal communication, being part of a group, expressing feelings, caring about self & others, problem solving, understanding & managing conflict. Includes CD Rom for easy copying. For KS2
2581: Pip Puppet
Pip is designed to encourage and develop communication skills. Has an expressive face, moveable tongue, moveable arms and hands, can have hearing aid fitted. 66cm tall For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2582: Molly Puppet
Molly is designed to encourage and develop communication skills. Has an expressive face, moveable tongue, moveable arms and hands, can have hearing aid fitted. 66cm tall For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2583: Time to Talk game
With the help of Ginger Bear children perform role-play activities, practice everyday actions and provide information about themselves. Children learn about eye contact, sharing, greetings, feelings, giving/following instructions, listening, attention and play skills. For 2 - 4 players or teams. For Foundation, KS1. Links with Time to Talk Book
2584: Time to Talk Book
Helps children develop co-operative skills. Has 40 sessions that can be used. Children learn about eye contact, sharing, greetings, feelings, giving/following instructions, listening, attention and play skills. For Foundation, KS1. Links with Time to Talk game
2585: Social Skills Lessons and Activities. Age 6 -8
Resource based on real-life situations to help build pupil's self esteem, self control, respect for others, sense of responsibilty for their own actions. Has over 50 classroom tested lessons and photocopiable activities. For 6 - 8 year olds.
2586: Social Skills lessons and Activities
Resource based on real-life situations to help build pupil's self esteem, self control, respect for others, sense of responsibilty for their own actions. Has over 50 classroom tested lessons and photocopiable activities. For 9 - 11 year olds.
2587: Social Skills Lessons and Activities. Ages 12- 17
Resource based on real-life situations to help build pupil's self esteem, self control, respect for others, sense of responsibilty for their own actions. Has over 50 classroom tested lessons and photocopiable activities. For 12 -17 year olds.
2588: Social Skills Handbook
Range of ideas and activities for anyone running a social skills group. Alla ctivities can be photocopied. Covers: eye contact, facial expression, gestures, posture, proximity, touch, appearance, looking & listening, self disclosure, empathy, social communication, greetings, compliments. For KS3, KS4
2589: Self Esteem card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to develop self esteem by helping pupils notice the positive in themselves and others and become aware of their strenghts and personal qualitiies. 32 cards. For 6 -8 people. Time 20 - 30mins. For KS1, KS2
2590: Communication card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to provide an opportunity for pupils to practice basic communication skills. 80 cards. For 5 -6 people. No fixed time. For KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4
2591: Empathy card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to develop empathy by giving players an opportunity to think abut others' points of view and feelings. 32 cards. For 4-5 people. Time 10 - 30mins. For KS3, KS4
2592: Self awareness card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to heighten pupils' awareness of how they see themselves and how others see them. 60 cards. For 4-5 people. Time 10 -15 mins. For KS2, KS3
2593: Life card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to help pupils become more aware of their values, beliefs and opinions. 96 cards. For 6 -8 people. For KS3, KS4
2594: My Strengths card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to encourage players' self esteem by helping them become aware of their strenghts and personal qualities.48 cards. For 4-5 people. Time 20 - 30mins. For KS3, KS4
2595: Feelings card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to develop awareness and understand their own and other peole's feelings. 60 cards. For 6 -8 people. For KS2, KS3
2596: Situations card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to develop empathy by helping pupils to look at the world through other people's eyes. 32 sitaution cards, 15 response cards. For 4-6 people. Time 30 - 40mins. For KS2, KS3
2598: Friendship card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to develop an understanding of the qualities, attitudes and characteristics that make a good friend. 70 cards. For 4-6 people. Time 20 - 30mins. For KS2, KS3
2599: Question Conversation cards
200 entertaining question cards to start conversation. Ask non-threatening questions about all aspects of daily living. For KS3, KS4
2600: Art of Conversation cards
300 questions (on 104 cards) to help revive the art of conversation. Questions cover a broad range of subjects. For KS2, KS3, KS4
2601: Stop and Think Friendship pack
A social skills programme about making and keeping friends. 25 min DVD with accompanying CD Rom and workbook with supportive exercises and activities. For KS2
2602: Let's Talk Relationships
Handbook of 90 activities in 5 categories; getting to know each other, friendship and peer groups, living at home, love, sex and all that, evaluation. For KS3, KS4
2603: Real Friends game
Game to help pupils learn the knowledge and skills needed to cope with relationships within a school setting. Looks at; cliques, shifting relationships, dating, pressures & consequences of risky behaviour at parties. Players learn how to be a real friend, resist negative peer pressure and to be themselves. 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS3
2608: Helping Kids Make Wise Choices
50 lessons covering assertiveness, stress management, decision making and problem solving, anger management, peer and gang pressure, resistance and refusal skills, media influences. For KS2, KS3
2609: First Choices
18 short stories based on lifestyle of children highlighting essential choices. Covers environment, stealing, lying, social behaviours, justice, loss, grief, separation, prejudice, disability, risk. Includes CD Rom of all the stories and colour illustrations. For KS1
2610: Good Choices
12 short stories based on lifestyle of children highlighting essential choices. Covers caught in the act, the lie, no difference allowed, labelled, getting justice, bullying, graffiti gang, losing gran, the split, the cheat, breaking the rules, coping with change. Includes CD Rom of all the stories and colour illustrations. For KS2
2611: Life Choices
12 short stories based on lifestyle of adolescents highlighting essential choices. Covers bullying, vandalism, disability, running away, cheating, teenage pregnancy, alcohol, first love, awkward relatives, drugs, fame, criminal behaviour. Pupils participate ina ctivities and discussions and rewrite the story from a different viewpoint. Wide range of choices and outcomes. Includes CD Rom. For KS3, KS4
2614: What would you do?
Book to help teach about tricky situations. Topics include peer pressure, dangerous strangers, fears & feelings, difficult situations. Some situations are merely awkward or embarrassing, other can be frightening. For KS1, KS2
2615: What do you think?
Book to help teach about how to deal with daily dilemmas. Over 70 activities covering range of issues such as sharing space, sparing feelings, respecting privacy, drugs, smoking, cheating. For KS1, KS2
2619: What If? cards. KS2
100 decision making situation cards. Each card includes a real-life situation and has different possible answers. For KS2
2620: What If? cards. KS3
100 decision making situation cards. Each card includes a real-life situation and has different possible answers. For KS3
2621: 104 Activities That Build:
104 fun games and activities to help modify behaviour, build relationships, start discussions and address issues. Games for teamwork, self esteem, communication, self discovery, anger management, coping skills. For all ages.
2622: What's This Got to do with Anything?
300 brain friendly activities to create solidarity and cohesion in groups. Activities in; getting acquainted, group formation, group/class builders, energisers. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2623: Team Building Activities for every Group
2 books each containing 107 games and activities to help every group to Mix it up, Stir it up, Team up and Open up. For all ages.
2624: Silly Sports and Goofy Games
200 indoor and outdoor activities to turn your class into a focused, high energy community. Ideal to use for classroom breaks, wet playtimes, PE, teambuilding exercise. games will help develop character, emotional intelligence, positive social orientation, creativity. For all ages.
2628: Reviving the Wonder
76 activities for relaxation, meditation, self reflection, examining personal characteristics, spirtuality, feelings, values, attitudes, beliefs, relationships, resolving conflicts, boundaries, expectations, social competencies. For KS4
2630: Best New Games
84 fun games and activities. Each game is clearly explained with a photographic illustration and covers; breaking the ice, helping people get acquainted, fostering sensitivity and trust, building teamwork. For all ages.
2631: Enhancing Circle Time for the Very Young
11 different themes. Includes strategies for enhancing circle time through pre and post activities, encouraging children to focus on content of circle time as a way of sharing their work, ideas and thoughts. For Foundation, KS1
2632: Circle Time for the Very Young
80 planned circle time sessions developed to help teachers plan and carry out circle time for Foundation and KS1 pupils.
2633: The Giant Encyclopaedia of Circle Time and Group Activities
600 activities covering circle time tips, bodies, clothes, emotions, friendship, games, multicultural, self concept, sign language, starting school. For Foundation, KS1
2634: Music and Circle Time
Ideas for incorporating music into normal teaching day. Includes; rhythm, jingles, raps and chants, songs, instruments, ring games, music, art and story projects. For Foundation, KS1
2635: Moppy Circle Time Set
Set includes 4 story books which follow the everyday ups adn downs of David's best friend Moppy who is a loveable fluffy creature from outer space who changes colour each time he experiences a different emotion. Storybooks are; Moppy is happy/sad/angry/calm. Also includes Circle Time Handbook with lesson plans on how to use the storybooks. For Foundation, KS1
2636: Quality Circle Time in the classroom
200 activities and practical ideas for implementing circle time in primary schools. Includes; teacher friendly notes, problem encounters & solutions suggested, resource section, back up training. For KS2
2637: More Quality Circle Time
New ideas on how to make your circle time purposeful, imaginative and safe. For KS2
2638: Photocopiable Circle Time support materials
Wide selection of material to support and reinforce the circle time model. Provides charts, certificates, rewards and other resources to promote positive behaviour, self esteem and caring relationships. For KS2
2639: Quality Circle Time in Secondary school
100 activities and practical strategies to help build teachers' confidence in circle time skills. Includes; raising self esteem, morale of staff, listening systems, codes of conduct, sanctions, lunchtime policy, how to make circle time work. For KS3, KS4
2640: Talk Around Friends cards
Deals with being a good friend and its rewards, the emotion and positive impact that a healthy friendship have on our emotional well-being. Contains 40 cards, single or as a set of 4 talk about cards.
2641: Talk Around special Occasions Cards
Deals with celebration of special occasions such as birthdays, with its emotional response. Strategies they may use to cope at such potentially stressful times. Contains 40 crads. Single or as part of a set of 4 talk about cards.
2642: Talk Around Myself Cards
Postive feelings of self-worth that are vital to emotional health and development. Help to develop assertiveness and confidence.
2643: Talk Around Families Cards
Hightlights the privileges and responsibilities of living in a family unit. Discusses their positive within the whole range of family groups and home environments. Contains 40 cards. Single of as part of a set of 4 Talk about Cards.
2644: Six more Years of Circle Time
A Primary curriculum devised by Cardiff Advisory Service for Education. Practical activities providing step-by-step curriculum with games focusing on: self esteen, communication, relationship, spiritual & moral, Development.
2645: Six More Years of Circle Time
Rseource focusing on: self-seteen. communication, relationship, spiritual/moral development, self-awareness, building self-confidence, discussing feelings and sensitive issues, understanding others and promoting good relationship, and resolving conflict.
2646: Circle Time Starter Cards
Sentence completion cards which encourages childrens to think about themes which are revelant to them and prompt them to enter into discussion about: feelings, self and personal skills, wishes and favourites, community and friends, and family. Each se contains 52 cards, including notes and instruction.
2647: Circle Time Out of the Box
Cards focusing on self-esteen, moral values, team-building and social skills, ideal for running successful circle time sessions. Sessions are split into four sections: opening activities, speaking and listening, main forum, and closing activities. Contains more than 180 cards.
2649: Circle Time - 10 Minutes Ideas
Quick, inspirational and educational activities packed with games, songs, action, rhymes, and stories that will help children to work together and develop their esteen. Includes 60 activities covering areas such as: personal, social, emotional development, communication, language and literacy. Mathematical and physical development.
2650: Circle Time Activities CD Rom
Cd rom providing structured and progressive Circle Time activities covering topics such as: listening, respectingthe views of others, turn talking, sharing, taking risks, kindness, friends, watching, body language, living with others, following rules, what do I want from schools, how much be people be paid, playtime, what is a family? and others. Each activities includes objectives
2677: Boyfriends, Girlfriends
Identifying and Evaluating behaviours, attitudes and personal qualities that help and hinder boy/girl relationships: common problems, relationship issues, feelings and gender issues, and realistic perception.
2678: Managing Boy's Behaviour
A practical guide for teachers on tackling boy's behaviour problems. It analyses the many factors that can lead to boys misbehaving in class, including SEN, giftedness and peer pressure. 145 pages.
2680: Developing Emotional Literacy with Teenage Girls
Resource to create an opportunity for teenage girls to become clearer and more positive about their developing identities as young women. It provides a 10 session programme improves confidence, self-esteen, and self-awareness and encourages students to develop their own problem-solving strategies. Worksheets also included on an accompanying free CD Rom. 87 A4 photocopiable pages.
2701: Mentoring Programme
A rpogramme of over 50 cognitive-behaviour activities for young people with educational under-achievement and/or behaviour problems. Activities includes: confidence, persistence, organisation, and getting along. 246 photocopiable pages.
2702: Young people & Peer Support
Practical advice and guidance on how to set a peer support programme. This manual describes: how to set up a support infrastructure, the allocation of roles and responsibilities, how to recruit and train young people, how to promote the scheme, and evaluation of progress.
2708: Learning Mentor's Source & Resource Book
A factual introduction to the range of needs mentors may encounter among the students they support. includes chapters covering: emotional intelligence, self-esteen, anger management, bereavement, self-harm, drug, awareness, bullying, behaviour change, transition, attendance and punctuality, school refusal and anxiety. Each chapter has an introduction, facilitator notes on how to use the 14-20 worksheets and fact sheets, and includes a list of relevant websites and useful resources. Thw worksheets are also available as downloadable PDF files on a free CD Rom,
2718: Problem Postcards
15-session programme designd to assist children who are disaffected and difficult. This book will improve self-esteen as well as develop social, emotional and behavioural skills. Includes comprshensive facilitator instructions, warm-ups, activities, Circle Time questions and worksheets. Latter also supplied on a free CD Rom. 132 pages.
2719: Game Time
9 games on CD Rom to promote social and emotional resilience. These games address: getting along, friendship skills, resilience training, anger management, playground issues, paying compliments, meeting challenges. Includes a CD Rom containing game boards and all the necessary cards.
2738: Helping Children with Fear
This book will help children with anxiety, phobias or those who feel defeated or alone. It is a story about Teenie Weenie who may find himself struggling alone with something too difficult or too frightening, he learns to find some 'together'. A4 guidebook 131/storybook 32 pages.
2740: Helping Children Locked in Rage or Hate
For children who hurt, hit, bite, smash, kick, shout, scream, are hyperaroused or hyperactive. Accompanying is a story about Hattie who is horrid to the people who try to bring kindness to her, but learns to understand that she has become too hard and, with help, the awful fear and pain go away. A4 guidebook 182 pages/storybook 32 pages.
2742: instead Help Workbooks Set of 6
Essential series of 'instant help' workbooks for children with emotional and behaioural problems, each with 40 to 50 activities. The topics dealt with are hightlighted in the titles: 1) I bet I won't fret 2) Learning to listen, Learning to care 3) Finding sunshine after the storm 4) My feeling better workbook 5) Knowing yourself - knowing others 6) The divorce workbook for children All are 13-140 pages which includes a free CD Rom.
2743: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2744: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2746: Brief Counselling in Schools
A practical guide to providing help and support to young people experiencing a range of difficulties at home and school Topics includes: self-esteem, depression, bullying, parental separation, loss, spiritual concerns, smoking, drug and alcohol use, and sexuality.
2747: Dealing with Trauma CD Rom
Written by the head teacher who led her school through the aftermath of the Ruseell murders, in supporting the children, parents and local community through a national tragedy. A section included on how schools can deal with trauma likely to touch on many, including the wider community. Multi-user.
2758: Teen Relationship Workbook & Card Game
Thw workbook includes 50 activities for use in group and individual sessions with 68 reproducible worksheets are organised in 6 sections: understanding abuse, evaluating your relationship, social influences, building healthy relationships, making good, decisions, and review. also available - 72 cards with open-ended questions corresponding to an activity on every page of the workbook. Cards can be used alone or with the book. 135 pages
2760: Whats Eating You?
A workbook about the prevention and treatment of eatings disorders for teens who have problems with food. The activities in this book will help girls: learn to view their bodies positively, accept the fact that each person is unique, understand how their eating behaviours develop, recognise the impact of emotions on food intake, and build coping skills that enable them to deal with food in healthy ways. Includes a free CD Rom
2768: Stopping the Pain
A workbook for teens who self-injure. Full of activities designed to: help teens understand why they hurt themselves, learn new ways to cope with upsetting feelings, control the impulse to self-injure, make a commitment to stop self-injury and get support, deal with problems that commonly accompany self-injury, like eating disorders and depression, and change the thoughts and others triggers that can lead to self injury. Includes a free CD Rom of the workbook for easy printing.
2769: Don't Die of Embarrassment DVD Pack
A resource centred around a powerful drama played out by year 10 boys aimed at promoting young people's well-being and mental health for the prevention of suicide in young people. The teacher's Resource pack includes the DVD of the drama (approx 17 minutes running time) and a range of thought-provoking worksheets to support and develop discussion in class. Clear guidance is given and worksheets are structured to encourage individual, pair, group and whole-class work.
2770: Young People, suicide & Self-Harm
Information and practical strategies for those working with young people who are suicidal or self-injuring. Also features an appendix of useful organisations and websites.
2771: Teenage Suicide & Self-Harm
An essential training pack with an hour-long audio CD on teenage suicide and self-harm. This vital resource includes five training exercises.
2772: Breaking Point DVD
A DVD illustrating people at breaking point, covering stress and suicide. This DVD is made up of three main sections: 1) In the same breath: Quentin's feelings after his wife had committed suicide. 2) Looks at teenage suicide. Stress case studies: four different case studies of stressed people. Includes support material on a CD Rom. Total running time: 53 minutes.
2786: Bullying Series
These photocopiable resources provide a framework to assist pupils in all areas of bullying. Set 1 age 5-7 Set 2 age 8-10 Set 3 age 10-12
2800: A Little Ray of Hope
Resource taht looks at the ways different crimes affect children and tells parents/teachers how they can expect children to react to the crime. covers burglary, bullying, racist abuse, violent attack, domestic violence, child abuse, vandalism. KS1, KS2
2804: Sensitive issues through unfinished picture stories
59 comic strip stories on issues such as teasing, family relationships, money, friendship, food, holidays, death. For KS3. For easch comic strip there are teacher notes.
2818: Pictures of Health
Covers 62 issues such as friendship, personal safety, growing up and citizenship. This colourful and creative book provides stimulating ideas and activities, that can help children understand and take responsibility for their own health and well being, as well as learning to respect others. Each theme contains display, learning objectives, whole calss starting points, cross curricular activities.
2835: Keeping Healthy. Essentials
book contains information, key facts and suggested activitie s to help develop a healthy lifestyle. Covers teeth, hair, eating, eating disorders, puberty, first aid, road/water safety, contraception, STI, drinking, smoking, drugs, mental health, allergies. For KS3
2847: STOP Domestic Violence
Pack with over 40 different activities to look at domestic violence issues from many angles. Includes background info, discussion ideas, further resources

Video/DVD/CD

633: The Buzz episodes 1-2
10+ years. Looks at gambling. 1.Nature and extent of the problem, asking young people; 2.Suggestions of possible solutions. 52 minutes. Class: 175
2289: Home truths
KS2/KS3. DVD. Five young people tell of their experiences of domestic violence, how living with violence affects them, their friends & families & how they have responded positively to their situation. 12 mins. With resources booklet. 1999. Class: DVD 362.82
2301: Bridget's taking a long time
KS1/KS2. CD-ROM. Interactive story dealing with adoption issues from the point of view of children in an adopting family. Includes animations on every page, "click to read" text, video interviews with birth children & a set of worksheets for further activities. 2004. Includes user guide. Class: CD 306.874
2322: Sooper Puppy
11 vol series featuring live action puppet to present common childhood dilemmas such as self-esteem, peer pressure, discrimination, emotions and decision making. For KS1 and 2. 16- 21 mins each programme Class: DVD
2401: A - Z of your Head
DVD that looks at the variety of mentall health issues that affect young people. Seeks to remove the stigma about mental health problems and encourages young people to talk openly about their feelings. For KS4. 50 mins
2409: Resolving conflict
DVD uses a series of real life case studies to examines how conflict is caused and resolved. Topics include road rage, bullying, domestic violence, using mediation. Comes with 55 page worksbook with activities to enable pupils to experiment with different ways of responding to conflict. For KS4. 95 mins
2419: Kick It: Bullying
DVD challenging current notions of what counts as bullying. Comes with activity sheet. For KS2 & KS3. 5 mins
2440: When Food is the Enemy
DVD about the major eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia and binge eating. experts and patients provide insights into possible causes and current methods of treatment. Also discusses the underlying emotional issues and potentially serious health complications. For KS3 & KS4. 25 mins
2601: Stop and Think Friendship pack
A social skills programme about making and keeping friends. 25 min DVD with accompanying CD Rom and workbook with supportive exercises and activities. For KS2
2607: Just Listen - Equality & Diversity
DVD of interviews looking at the prejudices people have, stereotypes created, where opinions come from, treating people as individuals. in 3 sections. Rcae & religion ( 2 x 6mins interviews) with Ibrahim's story of personal tragedy about asylum seeking, Clair is a Muslim and talks about prejudice she's suffered. Disability (13 mins) with Linda a wheelchair user. gender & Sexuality (2 x 5mins) with Alice who is a transvestite and Mick who is gay. For KS3, KS4
2754: Grief in the Family DVD
An animated DVD designed to help adults give support to young people who have been bereaved. There are activities to help a bereaved young person. A booklet accompanied the DVD. DVD running time: 14 mins
2756: Home truths DVD
The DVD shows five young people tell of their experiences of domestic violence and how they respond positively to five very different situations. It also tackles some of the myths about domestic violence. An accompanying booklet containing background information and suggestions of ways to develop work with the DVD is included.
2759: Believe me DVD
Five young people describe their experience of sexual abuse and the effects it has on them. The DVD carries some important messages of finding and finding a trusted adult. It shows that help is available and that young people can cover from the experience. Running time: 12 mins.
2769: Don't Die of Embarrassment DVD Pack
A resource centred around a powerful drama played out by year 10 boys aimed at promoting young people's well-being and mental health for the prevention of suicide in young people. The teacher's Resource pack includes the DVD of the drama (approx 17 minutes running time) and a range of thought-provoking worksheets to support and develop discussion in class. Clear guidance is given and worksheets are structured to encourage individual, pair, group and whole-class work.
2772: Breaking Point DVD
A DVD illustrating people at breaking point, covering stress and suicide. This DVD is made up of three main sections: 1) In the same breath: Quentin's feelings after his wife had committed suicide. 2) Looks at teenage suicide. Stress case studies: four different case studies of stressed people. Includes support material on a CD Rom. Total running time: 53 minutes.
2829: Matters 2 Me
DVD using animation. Has 3 sections covering grooming, ICT misuse, bullying. Grooming section has 3 scenarios; in a leisure centre with a football coach, in a home with an uncle, in swimming lessons. ICT section covers chatrooms, webcams, mobile phones. Bullyings ection covers online bullying, bullying at school and outside school. Suitable for KS1, KS2, KS3

Game

2301: Bridget's taking a long time
KS1/KS2. CD-ROM. Interactive story dealing with adoption issues from the point of view of children in an adopting family. Includes animations on every page, "click to read" text, video interviews with birth children & a set of worksheets for further activities. 2004. Includes user guide. Class: CD 306.874
2398: The Power of Listening Game
Game uses a film theme to help pupils become good listeners by teaching them six listening skills and four aspects of listening for verbal and non-verbal cues. Players learn to focus on the feelings of the speaker as well as the content of waht the speaker says. For 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS2 & KS3
2399: Body Board and Emotions pack
Pack contains two linked boards, lesson plans and a large selction of add-on illustrations including facial expressions, assotment of male and female hair, thought bubbles and much more. Enables discussion about sensitive emotions. For KS2 & KS3
2402: The Self esteem game
Players make their way towards healthy self-esteem by learning postive affirmations and problem solving skills. includes board game, spinner, 75 esteem cards, 25 problem cards. For 2 - 4 players or teams. For KS2 & KS3
2405: Meeting of the Minds game
Players develop conflict resolution skills by answering questions about resolving conflicts at home and at school and by resolving conflicts that occur with other players during the game. Play is exciting as players must work together to find solutions but compete to win at the same time. for 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS2 & KS3
2407: Breaking the Chains of Anger game
Game to teach importnat concepts and practical skills for controlling anger and avoiding violence. teachers players techniques for self-reinforcement, self-control and nager reduction. Also teachers problem solving skills and how to plan ahead for stressful situations. For 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS2 & KS3
2408: Moving On Up game
Co-operative game covering the transition from primary to secondary school. 80 question cards encourage pupils to share ideas and work out strategies. Everyone either wins or loses together. For 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS2
2418: The Anti-bullying game
Game enables both victims and bullies to understand the dynamics underlying bullying behaviour and helps them explore more adaptive interaction styles. promotes positive self-esteem and encourages behaviour that can be carried over to other settings. For KS2 & KS3
2421: The Self-control game
Game teaches players how to exercise self-control in a variety of situations. Addresses 24 specific traits and behaviours such as impulsive, inattentive. Includes a behaviour control inventory that helps focus on a person's particular needs. for 2 - 6 players or teams. for KS2, KS3, KS4
2480: Superhero Game
A game where children ahve to do 'good deeds' to send the monsters back into outer space. Game designed to teach empathy, self motivation and emotional control. For 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS2
2498: Anger management card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information.Card set helps facilitate understanding of dealing with anger, helps players make positive choices in how to cope. For KS3, KS4
2499: Communication card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set to enhance commuication skills while enabling pupils to discover information on how to interact with others more effectively. For KS3, KS4
2500: Problem Solving Card Game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set to help identify and solve problems by providing a space to 'suss out' ideas and learn from others. For KS3, KS4
2501: Self Image card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set to help provide a meaningful experience in learning how others see us and how we perceive ourselves. For KS3, KS4
2502: Awareness card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Cards et to help players reflect so they can think about how they feel and become more confident abuot their opinions. For KS3, KS4
2503: Responsibility Card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set designed to proagate responsibility in an age appropriate way. Enables players to recognise and identify various types of responsibility. For KS3, KS4
2504: Stress Control card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set offers opportunities to identify what causes stress and pinpoint ways to resolve negative stress. For KS3, KS4
2505: Compassion card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set to cultivate empathy, healing and equal opportunities with non-judgmental acceptance. For KS3, KS4
2506: Relating card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set to promote the ability to relate to others, help to develop peaceful co-operation and self-regulation. For KS3, KS4
2507: Handling Emotion card game
Each game pack includes question cards, rules and relevant background information. Card set which provides optimum practice for dealing with feelings and learning how to avoid offensive behaviour and treating others badly. For KS3, KS4
2508: EQ card game
150 cards based on intra- and inter-personal communication to facilitate interactions and discussions about behaviour, emotion and thought in a non-threatening way. pack comes with 150 cards, 6 instruction cards and booklet. For 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS4
2517: Furious Fred Game
game to teach important concepts and practical skills for controlling anger. For KS2. For 2 - 6 players or teams.
2518: Anger Control Games
Set of 6 games to teach children new ways to understand and control their anger. Each teaches a specific anger control skill: anger buttons, stop yourself, cool down, wheel of feelings, race for responsibility, creating compromises. For KS1, KS2. For 2- 4 players or teams.
2526: Anger Solution Game
Game to provide alternative solutions for angry and aggressive behaviours. Goal of the game is to help pupils understand they ahve control over their behavioural responses to anger and can make positive choices. For KS1, KS2
2527: Anger Solution card game
Card game to teach children effective ways to resolve their anger as they match 10 different anger solutions to common situations. Game allows children chance to choose alternatives. For KS1, KS2
2539: Stress Management game
Game addressing 15 common social stressors grouped into 3 categories: peers, authority, school. Players engage in role play, learn proven stress management technques, challenge cognitive errors, learn to identify triggers and symptoms of stress. For KS2, KS3
2540: Worry Less game
Fun and appealing board game to help children cope with their anxieties and fears. As players try to capture the Worry Monsters they learn specific skills to help them cope with anxiety. For 2- 4 players or teams. For KS2
2542: I Can Cope ball
Whoever catches the ball reads one of the statements to start a discussion on different ways of coping with stress and disappointment. ball is 22.5cm. For all ages.
2547: Self Esteem game
Players start journey in Mopesville and make their way toward feeling good about themselves in Self Esteem City. Along the way children learn positive affirmations and how to solve problems and have fun. For KS2. For 2-4 palyers or teams.
2548: I Am Proud ball
Whoever catches the ball reads one of the statements about an achievement or time when they felt proud to start a discussion. Ball is 2.5cm.
2549: The Dinosaur's Journey to Self Esteem game
Game to turn low self esteem into positive self image. players take journey to the Cave of Acceptance, the Valley of Values and the Land of Courage. For KS1, KS2. For 2-4players or teams.
2583: Time to Talk game
With the help of Ginger Bear children perform role-play activities, practice everyday actions and provide information about themselves. Children learn about eye contact, sharing, greetings, feelings, giving/following instructions, listening, attention and play skills. For 2 - 4 players or teams. For Foundation, KS1. Links with Time to Talk Book
2589: Self Esteem card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to develop self esteem by helping pupils notice the positive in themselves and others and become aware of their strenghts and personal qualitiies. 32 cards. For 6 -8 people. Time 20 - 30mins. For KS1, KS2
2590: Communication card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to provide an opportunity for pupils to practice basic communication skills. 80 cards. For 5 -6 people. No fixed time. For KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4
2591: Empathy card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to develop empathy by giving players an opportunity to think abut others' points of view and feelings. 32 cards. For 4-5 people. Time 10 - 30mins. For KS3, KS4
2592: Self awareness card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to heighten pupils' awareness of how they see themselves and how others see them. 60 cards. For 4-5 people. Time 10 -15 mins. For KS2, KS3
2593: Life card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to help pupils become more aware of their values, beliefs and opinions. 96 cards. For 6 -8 people. For KS3, KS4
2594: My Strengths card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to encourage players' self esteem by helping them become aware of their strenghts and personal qualities.48 cards. For 4-5 people. Time 20 - 30mins. For KS3, KS4
2595: Feelings card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to develop awareness and understand their own and other peole's feelings. 60 cards. For 6 -8 people. For KS2, KS3
2596: Situations card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to develop empathy by helping pupils to look at the world through other people's eyes. 32 sitaution cards, 15 response cards. For 4-6 people. Time 30 - 40mins. For KS2, KS3
2598: Friendship card game
Easy-to-use creative card games which encourage discussion and learning. Aim to develop an understanding of the qualities, attitudes and characteristics that make a good friend. 70 cards. For 4-6 people. Time 20 - 30mins. For KS2, KS3
2603: Real Friends game
Game to help pupils learn the knowledge and skills needed to cope with relationships within a school setting. Looks at; cliques, shifting relationships, dating, pressures & consequences of risky behaviour at parties. Players learn how to be a real friend, resist negative peer pressure and to be themselves. 2 - 6 players or teams. For KS3
2724: What's Got into You? Game
Game which encourage childrens to discuss and participate in a range of energetic activities. Children will learn to recognise and manage strong emotions in themselves and others. 3-5 players. Contains 90 scenario cards, 30 help cards, 6 tokens, die and teacher's notes.
2757: Peace Path Game
A unique game not only teaches alternatives to violent behaviour but also addresses the more immediate issue of what the young person should do at the moment violence is occuring. It focuses on four different settings - home, shelter, school, and relative's house.
2758: Teen Relationship Workbook & Card Game
Thw workbook includes 50 activities for use in group and individual sessions with 68 reproducible worksheets are organised in 6 sections: understanding abuse, evaluating your relationship, social influences, building healthy relationships, making good, decisions, and review. also available - 72 cards with open-ended questions corresponding to an activity on every page of the workbook. Cards can be used alone or with the book. 135 pages
2773: Coping Skills Game
Educational board game that teaches young people skills to deal with real life problems: how to deal with feelings, adjust attitude, discover choices, accept imperfection, ask for help, plan ahead, respond to stress. Age: up to 12. 2-4 players
2774: How Are you coping? Cards
This deck of 72 cards helps introduce ways of coping. Topics covered include: reducing stress, developing relationships, focusing on strengths, and using time well. The cards stand alone but each one also has a skills group for a more in-depth look at coping skills. 4-14 players
2784: Brainbusters Cards Set of 3
3 sets of cards to promote safe, responsible and thoughtful responses to everyday, real-life situations. Will provoke lively, empowering discussion and debate. topics based on: choices, awkward moments, and other people. Each sets contains 30 cards each 90 x 100mm fully laminated and in a sturdy plastic wallet.


Environment

Environment


Equip

90: Microscope: 'Naturalist' x60
Portable, intended for examination of specimens in the field. Packs away in base, and includes forceps, probe, slides, specimen boxes.
92: Radiation Meter
Portable, hand-held. Measures background levels of gamma & X-rays. Requires PP3 9v battery.
97: Microscope: 'Scientist' x20
Complete with light unit (requires 2 x SP11 1.5v batteries) and black/white plastic slide.
99: Microscope: x40/x100/x400
Robust microscope with 3 magnification settings. Mains electric light source. Wooden carrying case.
100: Microscope: x25/x100
Small microscope with 2 magnification settings and reversible mirror (concave and white convex).
101: Microscope: Binocular x8.75
High quality, robust instrument with a fine focusing mechanism and reversible black/white metal disc for sharp images.
110: Viewset: Minerals through a Microscope
An introduction to the world of the microscope, using photomicrography. 5 strips of slides, for use with Bioviewers, accompanied by notes and teacher's guide. Slides show a rocky island, granite, a quarry, sandstone, rocky shore, chalk, a crystal. Class: Equip
111: Viewset: Insects through a Microscope
An introduction to the world of the microscope, using photomicrography. 5 strips of slides, for use with Bioviewers, accompanied by notes and teacher's guide. Slides show a dragonfly, a stag beetle, a horsefly's head, a butterfly's wing etc. Class: Equip
112: Viewset: Exploring the Microscopic World
An introduction to the world of the microscope, using photomicrography. 8 strips of slides, for use with Bioviewers, accompanied by notes and teacher's guide. Slides show brown sugar, sand, a greenfly, fish skin, root sections, red blood cells, a flea. Class: Equip
117: Sound Level Indicator
Portable, hand-held. Measures sound levels in the range 40 to 110 dBA, with the option of 2 degrees of meter response. Includes battery check and standard outlet socket. Requires PP3 9v battery.
592: Environmental Oxygen Meter
Portable. Measures the percentage of oxygen in air or other gaseous mixtures, and the percentage of dissolved oxygen in water. Includes battery check and standard output socket. PP3 9v battery.

Pupil

1177: Icewalk
KS3&4. A commemorative souvenir of the 1989 International North Pole Expedition, through the eyes of those who took part. Robert Swan. 1989. Class: 998
1637: Recycling Paper
KS2&3. Detailed text and colour photos explain the environmental problems that result from the manufacture and disposal of paper and looks at the many ways of recycling in order to reduce the problem. By Judith Condon. 1990. Class: 628.4
1639: Waste
Primary. An introduction to the investigation of waste and pollution, how it is created, the problems it causes and what can be done. By Kay Davies & Wendy Oldfield. 1990. Class: 628.44
1656: Gardening For Children
Primary. Lots of simple and fun activities for children to do in the garden. 1989. Class: 635
1657: Crafty Ideas With Growing Things.
Primary. Full of simple, fun, activities using seeds and cuttings. By Melanie Rice. 1991. Class: 635
1704: The Conservation Project Book
KS2&3. Activities and projects enabling children to think about the world in which we live and the effect we have on the environment. By Hilary Thomas & Shirley Thomson. 1990. Class: 304.2
1725: The Countryside Under Threat.
KS2&3. A discussion of the problems and solutions which have arisen in the countryside over the past fifty years, from pollution and acid rain, to the destruction of hedgerows and endangered wildlife. By Layrie Bolwell & Clifford Lines. 1987. Class: 304.2
1728: Bright Ideas-Environmental Studies
KS2&3. A collection of activities concerning the local environment, integrating it into many of the different areas of the curriculum. By Alistair Ross. 1991. Class: 304.2
2025: All About Living-The BIG Science Book
Primary. The younger reader is fully involved through experiments, activities illustrations and text, in the world of science, the environment and health. By Susan Humphries & Susan Rowe. 1993. Class: 500
2029: People of The World - ZULUS
KS2. A fascinating look at the powerful African tribe, their culture and their way of life. Looks at their history and how the arrival of Europeans changed their way of life.. By Hilary Lee Corbin. 1989. Class: 305.896
2030: Your World 2000-Cities.
KS3. A wealth of colour photos, illustrations and diagrams, creates a vivid image of what may be possible in the future for our towns and cities. By Robert Royston. 1985. Class: 307.76
2035: Conservation and Development
KS2&3. A direct and honest text along with photographs, illustrations and practical activities provides all the means necessary to investigate and discuss conservation and development. John Baines. 1990. Class: 333.7
2037: Human Rights
KS3&4. Information and facts about the history and development of human rights up till present day are presented through detailed text and black and white photos. By David Hayes. 1980. Class: 323
2039: Let's Discuss-Homelessness
KS3&4. In defining homelessness this book asks what the causes of it are and goes on to challenge society on the human right to have sufficient, adequate housing for its population. By Ann Kramer. 1989. Class: 305.5
2042: Conserving The Atmosphere
KS2&3. A beautifully illustrated and challenging look at the atmosphere and what must be done to conserve and protect it. John Baines. 1989. Class: 363.73
2045: Let's Discuss-Pollution
KS3&4. A detailed look at how our world is being polluted through industrial waste, radiation and a lack of government intervention. By Mark Lambert. 1988. Class: 363.73
2047: Light and Colour
Primary . A simple introduction to the world of light and colours. 1971 Class: 535.6
2049: Outdoor Science
KS2&3. A fascinating explanation with vivid illustrations and activities, of some of the natural forces that can be experienced or observed when outdoors. Anita Ganeri. 1993. Class: 550
2059: Bright Ideas...A Green School
KS2&3. Activities and projects help children to understand conservation issues within the context of the National Curriculum. Class: 304.2
2065: Exploring Humans And The Environment
K2&3. A colourful book with photos and activities looking at the influence of humans on the environment. By John Baines. 1991. Class: 304.2
2067: Young Green Consumer Guide
KS3&4. A lively, fun but challenging and informative look at what the average young person can do to help save the planet. By John Elkington & Julia Hailes. 1990. Class: 304.2
2068: The Young Persons Guide To... Saving The Planet
KS3&4. Over one hundred environmental issues are presented in an A-Z format providing information not only on environmental problems but also a look at the action that can be taken to work towards saving the planet. By Debbie Silver. 1990 Class: 304.2
2077: In Hospital
KS1. Large photographs and simple text take children inside the complex world of a hospital, provoking observation and thought about the physical and emotional aspects of health care. By Daphne Butler. 1990. Class: 362.11
2078: Endangered Wildlife.
KS2&3.A challenging and informative look at some of the worlds endangered species and the efforts of conservationists trying to save them. By Martin Banks. 1987. Class: 333.95
2079: Conservation
Primary. A colourful and interesting examination of conservation and how it affects children all over the world. Experiments and activities provide suggestions of how to get involved on a local and global scale. By Nigel Nelson. 1992. Class: 333.72
2081: Exploiting The Sea
KS2&3.Colour photos and interesting text provide an exciting exploration of the sea and its need for protection, looking at how it was formed, why it is in constant motion and its importance as a source of minerals and energy. By Malcolm Penny. 1990. Class: 333.91
2082: War on Waste
KS3&4. A lively and positive study examining the problems associated with waste in our world and a comparison to how nature deals with unwanted materials. By Joy Palmer. 1990. Class: 304.2
2083: Resources Control
KS2&3. A look at how our over use of natural resources is having a detrimental effect on the environment and how a change in thinking is essential for our planet to survive. By Alexander Peckam. 1990. Class: 333.72
2086: Your World 2000-Planet Earth
KS3.A wealth of colour photos, illustrations and diagrams, creates a vivid image of what may be possible in the future for planet earth. By David Lambert. 1985. Class: 304.2
2087: Protecting The Planet
KS2&3. A look at the earth's fragile environments and the way we in which we can go about protecting them. By Colin Harris. 1992. Class: 304.2
2096: Recycling Plastic
KS2&3. Detailed text and colour photos illustrate the difficulties in disposing of plastic and highlight the various possibilities of recycling. By Joy Palmer. 1990. Class: 628.4
2103: Recycling Glass
KS2&3. Detailed text and colour photos illustrate the difficulties in disposing of glass and highlight the various possibilities of recycling. By Judith Condon. 1990. Class: 628.4
2108: In And Around The Antarctic
KS2&3. A look at the history of the Antarctic and those who visited it. With an exploration of the plants, wildlife and natural resources that are found on this isolated and mysterious region. By Laurie Bolwell. 1984. Class: 333.91
2123: The Future For The Environment
KS2&3. A challenging look at the detrimental effect that industrial waste, pollution, increased food production and overpopulation is having on the planet and what measures are needed to preserve our environment for the future. By Mark Lambert. 1986. Class: 363.73
2124: Zoo In The House
KS2&3. Colour photos and interesting facts provide a fascinating exploration of many of the animals and insects found in our houses. By David Taylor. 1988. Class: 574
2125: Atmosphere
KS2&3. A well illustrated explanation of what is happening to the atmosphere and what we must do to reduce air pollution. By John Baines. 1991. Class: 551.5
2129: Recycling Metal
KS2&3. Detailed text and colour photos illustrate the difficulties in disposing of metal and highlight the various possibilities of recycling. By Joy Palmer. 1990. Class: 628.4
2131: Antarctica's last Huskies
Stunning photographs show the beauty of the Antarctic and the animals that live within. By Kim Westerskov. 1990. Class: 599.74
2134: World About Us-The Greenhouse Effect
Primary. The problems and damage caused to the environment by the Greenhouse effect are clearly explained to the younger reader. By M. Bright. 1991. Class: 363.73
2137: Finding Out About-Waste Management
KS2&3. A direct and honest text along with photographs, illustrations and practical activities provides all the means necessary to investigate and discuss waste management. By John Baines. 1990. Class: 363.728
2146: Wildlife At Risk-Turtles and Tortoises
Primary. Colour photos and clear text explain how the easily recognised tortoise is endangered due to human activity and what needs to be done to stop them becoming extinct. By Vassili Papastavrou. 1991. Class: 597.92
2148: Wildlife At Risk-Seals and Sea Lions
Primary. A look at these beautiful animals which are endangered due to human activity and the way in which they are beginning to be protected. By Vassili Papastavrou. 1991 Class: 599.74
2153: Wildlife at Risk-Gorillas
Primary. A look at what these magnificent animals are like, why they are dying out and what is being done to save them. By Ian Redmond. 1990. Class: 599.88
2209: Come home with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children discover what kinds of homes other children in the world live in. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1999. Class: 305.8
2210: Come and play with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children discover how other children throughout the world play. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1999. Class: 305.8
2211: Come and eat with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children discover what other children throughout the world eat. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1997. Class: 305.8
2218: Jaguar Talk
KS1. Brightly illustrated little book depicting the plight of the Jaguar, which is on the verge of extinction. By Vanessa Vargo. Class: 591.52
2225: Salamatu and Kandoni go missing
KS1. Story from Ghana. When Salamatu's goat follows her to school, it starts a series of misadventures in a day that she will never forget. By Steve Brace. 2000. Class: FICTION
2226: From beans to batteries
KS1. Story from Peru. Aldomaro wants to be a doctor, so he never misses "Dr. Manami's Half Hour." but when his radio stops working, his parents cannot afford to buy batteries...... By Steve Brace. 1998. Class: FICTION

Teach

80: Teaching Science at Key Stages 3 & 4
KS 3 & 4. Includes INSET activities with each chapter. 1993. Class: E
181: Cross Curricular Themes, Skills & Dimensions 4: Environmental Education
Based on existing good practice. Provides guidance; gives examples of content, process and methodology; provides teaching and learning exemplars; and suggests some teaching and learning contexts. See also 'Book 1' (Personal & Social). 1991. Class: E
697: What is Health? - Environment
Secondary. Contains ideas for activities relating to a range of areas including housing, community, accidents, war, consumerism, nuclear power. See also "What is Health? - What is Health?" (Health). 1991. Class: E
712: Children and the Environment
Documents how an environment which has been created by adults is damaging the health & well-being of children. 1993. Class: E
1258: Nature Conservation
KS3&4. An information pack exploring nature conservation in Britain and the effect of pesticides and acid rain on the environment. By Nature Conservancy Council. Class: E
2201: LCP Citizenship Resource Files - Year 7
KS3. Comprises a flexible citizenship programme with a balanced range of teaching approaches. Covers - what is Citizenship, our identity, our community, communities of faith, democracy, rules & laws, our world. 2002 Class: L
2203: LCP Citizenship Resource Files - Year 9
KS3. Comprises a flexible citizenship programme with a balanced range of teaching approaches. Covers race relations, local government, animal & human rights, politics, crime, poverty, leisure, sport & society. 2002. Class: L
2204: LCP Citizenship Resource Files - Year 10
KS4. Comprises a flexible citizenship programme with a balanced range of teaching approaches. Covers - somewhere to live, conflict, peace & justice, politics, moral issues, the global community, work & leisure. 2002. Class: L
2205: LCP Citizenship Resource Files - Year 11
KS4. Comprises a flexible citizenship programme with a balanced range of teaching approaches. Covers - society today, economic awareness, environment & Great Britain: past & present. 2002 Class: L
2207: Bright Ideas: Inspirations for cross curricular themes
KS1/KS2. Offers a structured yet flexible approach to cross-curricular themes. Covers economic awareness, health education, careers guidance, environment, citizenship & project themes. By Alistair Ross. 1993. Class: L
2208: Bright Ideas: Inspirations for cross-curricular projects
KS1/KS2. Offers a structured yet flexible approach to cross-curricular projects. Covers - philosophy, planning, local study, sound & music, earth, weather & seasons, Tudors & Stuarts, how we live, food & farming etc. 1993. Class: L
2212: Come and ride with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children learn how other children throughout the world travel. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1997. Class: 305.8
2230: Answers: Pack 1 - Ages 7-9 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 posters which form a comprehensive, primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2231: Answers: Pack 2 - Ages 9-11 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 Posters which form a comprehensive primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2579: The Crescent
24 stories that introduce the concept of moral values. based on people who live in The Crescent. Themes include; giving & taking, bullying & friendship, honesty & lies, birth & new arrivals, environmental issues. With every story there's a warm-up exercise, circle time discussion, supplementary ideas, curriculum links, photocopiable worksheets. Includes CD Rom for easy copying. For KS1
2609: First Choices
18 short stories based on lifestyle of children highlighting essential choices. Covers environment, stealing, lying, social behaviours, justice, loss, grief, separation, prejudice, disability, risk. Includes CD Rom of all the stories and colour illustrations. For KS1
2610: Good Choices
12 short stories based on lifestyle of children highlighting essential choices. Covers caught in the act, the lie, no difference allowed, labelled, getting justice, bullying, graffiti gang, losing gran, the split, the cheat, breaking the rules, coping with change. Includes CD Rom of all the stories and colour illustrations. For KS2
2818: Pictures of Health
Covers 62 issues such as friendship, personal safety, growing up and citizenship. This colourful and creative book provides stimulating ideas and activities, that can help children understand and take responsibility for their own health and well being, as well as learning to respect others. Each theme contains display, learning objectives, whole calss starting points, cross curricular activities.

Game

2654: Housing games for Shelter
A Trivial Pursuit-style game to engage groups in thinking about housing, homelessness, and preparing to leave home. Icludes 82 questions, contains suggestion for additional activities and information about the housing rights and options of young people. 2-6 player games


Fiction

Fiction


Equip

2239: Hector Puppet
Early Years/KS1/KS2. Hand puppet of "Hector" the dog. Can be used in conjunction with other resources featuring "Hector" or as an individual story time prop. Class: Kit

Pupil

1275: Mr. Bear's new baby
Nursery/KS1. A delightful picture book story in which Mr. and Mrs. Bear and their woodland friends try everything to quieten their new baby, but nothing succeeds until her big sister has an idea….. By Debi Gliori. 1999.
1393: Secret of the peaceful warrior
KS2 & KS3. When Danny Morgan's family move to a new neighbourhood, he is confronted by a frightening bully. One night in a dream, Danny meets an old man called Socrates who helps him overcome his fears. By Dan Millman. 1991.
1407: Chicken soup for the teenage soul: Stories of life, love and learning.
Secondary. A collection of stories on life experiences for teenagers. Covers the nature of friendship and love, belief in the future, respect for yourself, death, suicide and the loss of love. 1997.
1411: Because Brian hugged his Mother
A beautiful story that shows how a simple act of kindness (Brian hugged his Mum) sets in motion a series of unselfish acts that reaches many people. Lovely illustrations and clear text. Foundation and KS1. 1999
1460: Megan's medicine - Big Book
KS1. Story about the safe use of medicine. Megan is poorly and needs her medicine, but her sister Sarah has taken it to school by mistake. The situation is resolved by the vigilance of Miss Williams, the class teacher.
1588: Something Special - Big book and little books
Friday is 'special' day in Mrs Brown's class, when everyone brings in one of their favourite, special things to talk about. But Charlie can't think of anything that's special enough until suddenly he has the best idea ever. 1995.
1595: The huge bag of worries - big book and little books.
Wherever Jenny goes, her worries follow her - in a big blue bag! Jenny decides they will have to go away but who can help her? This book is perfect for encouraging discussion about how to deal with worries. Foundation and Key Stage 1. 1999.
1625: So much
Nursery/KS1. A prize winning book, beautifully written and illustrated, denoting Afro-Caribbean home life, and the family's joy of a birthday party and a baby. 1996. By Trish Cooke.
1626: Something special
Nursery/KS1. A charming picture book looking at how Charlie comes to terms with having a baby sister in the house and how he realises that she is special to him. 1996. By Nicola Moon.
1893: Its Your Turn Roger!
KS1. A colourful and delightful story for children to read when they are sick of it being their turn to help out in the house or do their chores. By Susanna Gretz. 1985.
1895: Peedie Peebles' Summer Or Winter Book
Primary. A delightful lift the flap book transforms each page from winter to summer each telling of the chaotic life of Peedie. By Mairi Hedderwick. 1989.
1896: Bonny's Big Day Out
Primary. An enchanting story taken from James Herriot's It Shouldn't Happen To A Vet. Beautiful illustrations bring this funny story of two horses to life. By James Herriot. 1987.
1897: Badger on The Barge & Other Stories
KS2,3&4. A set of five stories each concerned with the relationship between young and old. By Janni Howker. 1988
1898: It's Not Fair!
Primary. Every child who has to put up with a new baby brother or sister knows how trying it can be. It's not fair! But you can't always do what you want when your a tiny baby either.... By Anita Harper. 1986.
1899: Surprise Party
KS1. "Rabbit is having a party tomorrow. Its a surprise." The message was whispered from one animal to the other, but as usual when messages are whispered, it changed on the way.... By Pat Hutchins.
1900: Knock Knock Who's There?
Primary. An insight into the imaginary world of a child wondering who's outside her door. By Sally Grindley. 1985.
1901: When Dad Died
Primary. This full colour picture book provides a gentle but honest and straightforward approach to death in the family. By Sheila Hollins.
1902: Village of Round And Square Houses
Primary. In the village of Tos in the Cameroons, the men live in square houses, the women in round. The story behind the custom is sensitively retold through the eyes of a young girl who grew up there. By Ann Grifalconi. 1987
1903: I'll Take You To Mrs Cole!
A touching story of how a little boy overcomes his fear of a neighbour and her family and makes many new friends. By Nigel Gray. 1985.
1904: Gang
KS2&3. A story about bullying helping children to understand and cope with the complexities of the world in which they live. By Mick Gowar. 1995.
1905: A Few Fair Days
KS2&3. Zainy and entertaining, enter the weird and wonderful world of Lucy and prepare for an exciting journey of wigs, ships, polycarps and queeds. By Jane Gardam. 1989.
1906: Diddakoi
KS2&3. Kizzy is a diddakoi, a half gypsy. She is bullied and teased at school but feels secure knowing she has her Gran and Old Joe the caravan horse to look after her. But when Gran dies Kizzy knows she has a fight on her hands. By Rumer Godden. 1991.
1907: Patchwork Quilt
Primary. A beautifully illustrated story of a patchwork quilt and the relationship between a grandmother her daughter and her granddaughter. By Valerie Flournoy. 1985.
1908: Eat Up Gemma
Primary. Gemma is refusing to eat, throwing squashing or feeding her food to the dog, that is until her brother has a brilliant plan. By Sarah Hayes.
1909: Lightening Fred
Primary. The story of a little boys determination to win the boys 100 metres race with the help of the world's fastest tortoise. By Dick King-Smith. 1991.
1910: Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark
KS2&3. 'You are only afraid of the dark', said the mother Barn Owl, 'because you don't know about it', and she sent her young son Plop down to the ground to talk to all sorts of people who actually liked it. Jill Tomlinson. 1973.
1911: Clever Polly And The Stupid Wolf
KS2&3. Its not every little girl who finds a great black wolf at her door saying he is going to eat her up. But clever Polly isn't frightened and has a plan that is bound to foil the stupid wolf! By Catherine Storr. 1967
1912: Anna, Grandpa and the Big Storm
KS2.Anna is as determined as her usually grumpy grandpa that she will get to school, but as the snow thickens and the blizzard gets heavier they both start to wonder if they'll ever get home again! By Carla Stevens. 1985.
1913: A Lion In The Meadow
Primary. Is it the little boys imagination or can he really see a lion in the meadow and a dragon in the field? By Margaret Mahy. 1986.
1914: Something Special.
Primary. The traumas and insecurities of the young are excellently portrayed in little Sam's search for something he is good at. By David McPhail. 1989.
1915: When Mum Dies
Primary. This full colour picture book provides a gentle but honest and straightforward approach to death in the family. By Sheila Hollins
1916: Not Now, Bernard
Primary. A delightful story of a little boys determination to be heard by his mum and dad. By David McKee. 1991.
1917: Willow Street Kids
KS2&3. A collection of true stories showing children how to deal with different difficult situations in a safe way. From bullies to strangers. By Michele Elliott. 1988.
1918: Me And My Mates
KS3&4. The story of five teenagers as they prepare for the party of their lives and consider the risks and consequences of their behaviour. By Aiden Macfarlane. 1991.
1919: Best Little Girl In The World
KS3&4. A fascinating and moving story of a little girls obsession with her weight and her families struggle to get her to see her true beauty. By Steven Levenkron. 1995.
1920: Odd Job Man And The Thousand Mile Boots
Primary. A giant's magic thousand mile boots allow the odd job man to set off on an amazing journey to far off places of danger and excitement. By Jean Kenward. 1988.
1921: There's No Such Thing As A Dragon
Primary. Mother won't believe that dragons exist. So to prove his existence, this dragon has to go to great lengths. By Jack Kent. 1981.
1922: Comfort Herself
KS2&3. A finely drawn short novel capturing the teeming hustle of Hong Kong where families may live in crowded familiarity whilst jealously guarding their secrets and 'family honour'. By Geraldine Kaye. 1984.
1923: Just Like Me
KS1.The story of a little girl and her friend who is HIV positive and how he is just like her and all her friends.
1924: Two Monsters
Primary. This story of two monsters is an amusing way of showing children how pointless arguments often are and they are usually just a difference in opinion. By David McKee. 1991.
1925: Your Guess Is As Good As Mine
KS2&3. Nicky accepts a lift from a stranger and only swift action from his friend and the police save him from a dangerous situation. By Bernard Ashley. 1983.
1926: Superfudge
KS2&3. The story of how a little boy comes to terms with the new member of the family, a little baby sister. By Judy Blume. 1990.
1927: Iggie's House
KS2&3. The story of Winnie and how her friendship develops with the new family who have moved in. The problem being the new family are black and its a totally white neighbourhood. A gentle introduction to issues of racism. By Judy Blume. 1988.
1928: It's Not The End Of The World
KS2&3. The story of how a little girl feels her world is ended when her parents divorce. By Judy Blume. 1972.
1929: Christmas Present For A Friends
Primary. A lovely story about unselfishly giving to others.
1930: Runaway Summer
KS2&3. An exciting story of Mary and Simon and their discovery of a Kenyan boy who has been illegally smuggled into the country. They decide to hide him on a secret island whilst they try and find his mysterious uncle in London. By Nina Bawden. 1972.
1931: Scaredy-Cat
Primary. The school show is full of ghosts and monsters and Poppy is determined to miss it, but how can she still prove she's not a scaredy-cat. Ideal for the younger reader. Anne Fine. 1989.
1932: I Want To See The Moon
Primary. Lovely pictures in soft watercolours show the warm and loving relationship between a father and his son. Louis Baum. 1985.
1933: Granpa
Primary. A delightful picture story of the bond between one small girl and her grandfather. By John Buckingham. 1988.
1934: Linda's Lie
KS2&3. Linda wasn't the kind of girl who told lies. So why did she tell a lie and say she couldn't go to ballet when she loved ballet so much? By Bernard Ashley. 1982.
1935: I'm Trying To Tell you
KS2&3. Four different stories about four different children in the same class, sometimes dramatic, sometimes quiet but always with a real sense of humour. By Bernard Ashley. 1982.
1936: Feelings
Primary. Lots of different stories about lots of different feelings. By Aliki. 1987.
1937: Dinner Ladies Don't Count
KS2. Two separate stories about two children, their problems at school and how help comes in a surprising way. An ideal book to read alone. By Bernard Ashley. 1984.
1938: Peepo!
Primary. Beautiful drawings and delightful rhymes show how a baby views the world. By Janet & Allan Ahlberg. 1983.
1939: Bullies
Primary. The story of Anne and how she coped with being bullied at school. A well illustrated book highlighting for children what to do when they come across scary situations. Althea. 1996.
1940: Carrie's War
KS2&3. Carrie and Nick were wartime evacuees sent to Wales. with their friend Albert. They loved to visit him until Carrie did a terrible thing, the worst thing she ever did in her life...... By Nina Bawden. 1973.
1941: Playing Out
9-11yrs. A chance for young people to explore friendship. By Ros Clarke. 1999.
1943: Bullie Meet The Willow Street Kids.
Primary. Marilyn, Gill and Charlie are all bullied by the same gang, will they dare 'tell'? and if they do will they be any safer? How will the Willow Street Kids beat the bullies? By Michele Elliott. 1993.
1944: Dear Daddy.....
Primary.A touching and highly original picture book of the communication between Sophie and her father, as she tells him about what's happening in her life while he is away. Phillippe Dupasquier. 1986.
1945: Not So Fast Songololo
Primary. Gogo can't wait to help his granny in her shopping trip. Niki Daly. 1987.
1946: Smelly Book
Primary. An amusing and colourful plethora of wiffs, pongs and smells. By Babette Cole. 1988.
1947: Present Takers
KS2&3. Melanie Prosser and her gang bully whoevers birthday it is, in to giving up there presents. Its Lucy's birthday and she's had enough, but she can't do it on her own. By Aiden Chambers. 1991.
1948: Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
KS2&3. The tales of family life and the problems of a younger brother. By Judy Blume. 1990.
1949: In The Attic
Primary. A story which invites you into the imaginary world of children. By Hiawyn Oram. 1989.
1950: Falling For You.
KS2&3. The story of first love and a girl who never thought anyone would notice her. She's clumsy and uncoordinated and her mother is about to marry again, everything seems to be going wrong until Kevin starts showing her attention....By C Bracale. 1990.
1951: Getting To School
9-11yrs. A chance for children to explore common dilemmas faced at school. By Ros Clarke. 1999.
1952: The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Primary. A lively, colourful book with peek-a-boo holes, telling the tales of a caterpillar as it turn into a butterfly. By Eric Carle. 1974.
1953: Pinballs
KS2&3. The moving and funny story of Carlie and her foster family. A look at how their relationships develop and how the hard nosed Carlie really does care about her fellow 'strays'. By Betsy Byars. 1980.
1954: Eighteenth Emergency
KS2&3. Benjie and his vivid imagination know how to cope with sharks in the swimming pool and being bitten by tarantulas but has no idea how to cope when the biggest boy in the school is after him...... By Betsy Byers. 1989.
1955: Teddy Bears' Picnic
KS1. A first reading book with large simple words and colourful pictures.
1956: Granny Project
All Ages. How does a family cope when the decision is made to put granny in a home. Anne Fine. 1990.
1957: Jenna and the Troublemaker
Primary. Jenna thinks her troubles are the worst in the world, until she meets the Trouble Maker..... By Tony Ross. 1986.
1958: Dr Xargle's Book Of Earthlets.
Primary. A beautifully illustrated, highly amusing look at babies as viewed by a class of aliens. By Jeanne Willis. 1991.
1963: I'm Coming To Get You.
KS1. After wreaking havoc on the planets of its own galaxy, a hungry monster sets off in its spaceship to a pretty blue planet called earth. Tommy Brown, who is particularly scared of monsters, is singled out for a visit. By Tony Ross. 1992.
1964: Harry The Dirty Dog
Primary. Harry was a little white dog who loved everything except baths but when he gets covered in coal dust a bath is the only solution to get him recognised by his owners. By Gene Zion. 1991.
1965: Mufar's Beautiful Daughters
Primary. A beautifully illustrated African tale showing that true beauty comes from within. By John Steptoe. 1988.
1967: Secret In The Matchbox
KS1. The tale of a secret dragon that is kept in a matchbox. By John Shelley. 1988.
1968: There's A Sea In My Bedroom
Primary. Beautiful illustrations make the imagination of a little boy and his conch shell come alive. By Margaret Wild. 1984.
1969: Tale of Georgie Grub
Primary. This is the tale of Georgie Grub. Who would not give himself a scrub. By Jeanne Willis. 1981.
1970: Tale of Mucky Mabel
Primary. This is the tale of Mucky Mabel. Who has no manners at the table. By Jeanne Willis. 1990.
1971: Dr Xargle's Book Of Earth Hounds
Primary. A hilarious look at dogs through the eyes of a class of aliens. By Jeanne Willis. 1989.
1972: The Speckled Panic
KS2&3. When Kip buys truthpaste instead of toothpaste he soon realises the potential of his buy and so begin the hilarious capers. By Hazel Townson. 1990.
1973: Oscar Got The Blame
Primary. Oscars imaginary friend Billy is a complete pest. He turns the house upside down-but Oscar always gets the blame. By Tony Ross. 1991.
1989: Naughty Bini
Primary. Dual language (English/Punjabi/Bengali/Gujurati/Urdu). The story of Bini and her troubles throughout the day. By Mamta Bhatia. 1987.
1991: Five Minutes' Peace
KS1. All Mrs Large wants is five minutes peace from her demanding children and the reigning chaos in the kitchen and bathroom. An amusing portrayal of family life. By Jill Murphy. 1987.
1992: The Quilt
KS1. The story of how a beautiful coloured quilt feeds the imagination of a little girl at night time. By Ann Jonas. 1991.
1993: Catching
Primary. Colours, textures and shapes tell a beautiful story for all children including those who are blind or partially sighted. By Virginia Allen Jenson.
1994: Brother Eagle, Sister Sky
Primary. This colourful and beautiful legend provides a powerful plea for conservation in our time. By Chief Seattle. 1990.
1995: One Bear At Bedtime
KS1. A delightful insight into a child's wild imagination at bedtime which will also help with their numerically skills. By Mick Inkpen. 1989.
1996: You'll Soon Grow Into Them, Titch
KS1. The traumas and tribulations of being the youngest child in the family. By Pat Hutchins. 1985.
1997: What Difference Does It Make Danny?
KS2&3. The story of Danny a boy with epilepsy and his struggle to get on with life despite other peoples fears. By Helen Young. 1987.
1998: Peace At Last
KS1.Big Book and little books. The trouble and traumas of a tired bear trying to get to sleep. By Jill Murphy. 1980.
1999: You-Two
KS3. A "you-two" is where two people are best friends and everyone says "Hey, you-two". When Elizabeth's world seemed to crash around her it was this very special partnership that kept her going. By Jean Ure. 1984.
2000: Orphan Boy
Primary. This beautiful tale is about the legend of the orphan boy a story of strength and weakness, youth and age and loyal affection despite broken trust. By Tolowa M. Mollel. 1990.
2001: Just Like Us
Primary. Billy lives on one side of the wall and is forbidden to cross over because of all the wicked people on the other side. But Billy finds a whole and decides to look for himself .....and finds a surprise waiting for him! By Hiawyn Oram. 1990.
2002: Come Sit By Me
4-8yrs. An educational story book about children with HIV and their need to be treated just the same as other children. By Margaret Merrifield. 1991.
2003: Trouble Half-Way
KS3. The lovely story of Amy a persistent worrier. By Jan Mark. 1986.
2004: Goodbye Tomorrow
KS3&4. The moving story of Alex a sixteen year old who contracted HIV through a blood transfusion and the devastating effect it has on his relationships and those around him. By Gloria Miklowitz. 1989.
2006: The Very Worst Monster
KS1. Billy's father wanted his son to be the Worst Monster in the World but Billy's sister knew she was and so set out to prove it! By Pat Hutchins. 1989.
2007: Battle of Bubble And Squeak
KS3. Sid, Peggy and Amy adore their two gerbils, Bubble and Squeak, but their mother detests them and that's where the battle begins. By Philippa Pearce. 1980.
2008: Nigel Knight
Primary. Dual language (English/Punjabi).A story about Nigel, a Knight who likes doing good deeds for people. By Rod Campbell. 1986.
2009: Where Is Batool?
KS1. Dual language (English/Urdu). the story of a little girl who gets lost in a busy market. By Susheila Stone. 1987.
2010: Sarah's Birthday Surprise
KS1. Dual language(English/Punjabi) A simple story about a little girls birthday surprise to the zoo. By Beryl Dhanjal. 1987.
2011: Be Brave, Billy
KS1. A reassuring and comforting message to the young to enjoy new experiences, like the first day of school and visiting the doctors. By Jan Ormerod. 1983.
2012: Dad's Back
KS1. A look at the special relationships between a baby and her daddy. A delightful glimpse of family life. By Jan Ormerod. 1989.
2013: Moonlight
KS1. First its supper, then a bath, and after some play there's time to read. However for the small girl in this book, bedtime seems to take even longer than usual. Jan Ormerod.
2014: There's Always Danny
KS3&4. A story about old friendships, new relationships and how they change and develop over time. By Jean Ure. 1989.
2015: Great Gilly Hopkins
KS3. Gilly is super-cool, super-intelligent and tough. She's not going to be messed about by anyone and no-one is going to stop her finding her long-lost mother. But things are never that clear cut.... By Katherine Patterson. 1981.
2016: Charlotte's Web.
All ages. The classic tale of how a little girl named Fern, with the help of a friendly spider, saved her pig Wilbur from the usual fate of nice fat little pigs. By E.B.White. 1963.
2017: Orlando's Little-While Friends
KS1&2. A scrapbook style diary of how Orlando a little boy conquers his shyness and makes friends. By Audrey Wood.
2018: A Dog So Small
KS2&3. Ben was bitterly disappointed when for his birthday instead of receiving a real dog he was given a picture. But as soon as his imagination gets to work, his wild and strange adventures begin. By Philippa Pearce. 1964.
2019: Can't You Sleep Little Bear?
KS1. A beautifully illustrated book about a little bear who was scared of the dark until Big Bear shows him the biggest light of all. By Martin Waddell. 1989.
2020: Once There Were Giants
KS1. Once there was a baby and all around her were giants, but no baby remains a baby forever and even giants are bound to change. By Martin Waddell. 1989.
2021: Charley
KS2&3. Charley felt unwanted by both her aunts, so confused and hurt, she decides to run away..... By Joan G. Robinson. 1971.
2022: Dead Letter Box
KS2&3. Louie got the idea from an old film which showed how spies left thier letters in a secret place-a dead letter box. It was exactly what she and Glenda needed to help them keep in touch. And she knew the perfect place for it! By Jan Mark. 1983.
2023: Sunshine
KS1. Everybody gets up sometime in the morning. This is the story of one small girl who one day woke up rather earlier than anyone else. By Jan Ormerod.
2026: Spine Chilling Book Of Monsters
KS2&3. A fascinating look at real life accounts, legends and myths that have developed throughout the centuries about monsters. By Rupert Matthews. 1988. Class: 398
2041: Funnybones
Primary. A colourful and amusing tale of the lives of two skeletons as they try and scare each other at night in their dark town. Janet & Allan Ahlberg. 1991.
2154: Nancy No-Size
Primary. Too short to touch the top bunk bed and too tall to wear last years tights. This beautifully illustrated book tells the story of Nancy, the middle member of a mixed race family as she learns how special she is. By Mary Hoffman. 1987.
2156: Tom doesn't visit us anymore
A sensitive story that introduces the concerns surrounding child sexual abuse. Class: 362.704
2187: Megan: 1 The biggest decision of all......
KS3/KS4. Megan is fifteen. One day she finds out that she is pregnant. As the story progresses, Megan tries to make sense of something which will change her life forever. First novel in the "Megan" trilogy. By Mary Hooper. 1999. Class: FICTION
2188: Megan 2: And then there were two......
KS3/KS4. Fifteen year old Megan has had her baby boy, and has decided that she wants to keep him rather than have him adopted. How will she cope? The second novel in the "Megan" trilogy. By Mary Hooper. 1999. Class: FICTION
2189: Megan 3: Two's company, three's a crowd
KS3/KS4. Megan feels life is leaving her behind, so she resigns herself to studying & looking after her baby. Then something threatens Jack... Third novel in the "Megan" trilogy. By Mary Hooper. 2001. Class: FICTION
2213: Who loves you, little beetle?
KS1. Who made the beetle? A delightful pop-up story puts a smile on the face of sad little beetles everywhere. By Carla Dijs. 1997. Class: FICTION
2214: Each and every
KS1. Pop-up book with "discovery flaps." From the birds in the trees to the frogs in the pond, God loves everyone & everything in creation. Class: FICTION
2215: No matter who
KS1. Pop-up book. No matter who we are, or how we look or what we do, there is someone who understands & loves us. By Arnold Shapiro. 1996. Class: FICTION
2216: Playing with Dad
KS1. Pop-up story book. Little Penguin plays pretend games with her Daddy. Once he gets the hang of it, he is perfect! By Carla Dijs. 1996. Class: FICTION
2217: Playing with Mum
KS1. Pop-up story book. Little Pig plays pretend games with his Mummy. Once he gets her attention, she is perfect! By Carla Dijs. 1996. Class: FICTION
2219: The Sand Tray
KS1. Story book which explores concepts of friendship & fairness. Johnny is friends with Tim at school and friends with Kylie at home, so why can't all three of them play together in the sand tray? By Don Rowe. 2001. Class: FICTION
2220: The Scary Video
KS1. Story book about Claire who stayed up late with the grown-ups, but now she can't get the scary images from their video out of her head...... By Gill Rose. 2001. Class: FICTION
2221: Joe's Car
KS1. Story book dealing with issues of ownership, honesty & friendship. Joe has a shiny red car. Charlie hides it, Ben finds it. Who will Joe choose to share it with? By Annabelle Dixon. 2001. Class: FICTION
2222: William and the Guinea-pig
KS1. Story book about issues of trust and sharing. When William finally gets his longed-for pet, he definitely doesn't want to share it with his little sister, Kelly. Fortunately, Kelly is not so easily deterred.... By Gill Rose. 2001. Class: FICTION
2223: Nicky and the Twins
KS1. Story book about Nicky and her twin baby brothers. When Nicky is feeling worried, she needs some comfort from her old toy rabbit, Mr. Bob. But why does Mr. Bob keep disappearing? By Tony Bradman & Susan Winter. 2001. Class: FICTION
2224: Super Dooper Jezebel
KS1/KS2. Story, with an unexpected ending, about Super Doper Jezebel, who was practically perfect in every way.......By Tony Ross. 1988 Class: FICTION
2226: From beans to batteries
KS1. Story from Peru. Aldomaro wants to be a doctor, so he never misses "Dr. Manami's Half Hour." but when his radio stops working, his parents cannot afford to buy batteries...... By Steve Brace. 1998. Class: FICTION
2443: Nuts about Hygiene
Big book and activity sheets about Alex, a boy who discovers how important keeping clean is from a little squirrel called 'The Health Nut'. For KS1


First Aid

First Aid


Equip

98: Resusci Baby
Resuscitation manikin.
113: Resusci Anne
Resuscitation manikin.
115: Resusci Junior
Resuscitation manikin.
2461: Automatic Blood Pressure monitor
Auto-inflation, an easy-fit cuff and a jumbo digital display make this easy-to-use. Shows blood pressure and pulse. 18cm x 9cm x 15cm

Pupil

1689: First Aid Manual
A comprehensive guide of emergency procedures for everyone at home, at work or at leisure. By St John Ambulance. 1987. Class: 616.025

Teach

484: First Aid for Children Fast
Emergency procedures for all parents and carers. Published in association with the British Red Cross. 1994. Class: FA
743: First Aid Manual
A comprehensive guide to emergency procedures for everyone at home, at work or at leisure. By St. John Ambulance. 1987. Class: FA
1446: Practical First Aid
A simple, practical and fully illustrated guide, written and authorised by the British Red Cross. Contains an introduction to basic life-saving skills, and emergency treatment for common injuries. 1994. Class: FA
2692: Peer Mediation Pack
everything you need to select and train pupils as peer mediators. Easy to follow workshops, handouts and activities that will explain the different organisational steps necessary to train your pupils as mediators. Icludes facilitators's guide, 340 pages, and 10 posters.
2835: Keeping Healthy. Essentials
book contains information, key facts and suggested activitie s to help develop a healthy lifestyle. Covers teeth, hair, eating, eating disorders, puberty, first aid, road/water safety, contraception, STI, drinking, smoking, drugs, mental health, allergies. For KS3


Fitness & Exercise

Fitness & Exercise


Equip

594: Calorimeter/Pedometer ('Cal-O-Trak')
This automatically measures the amount of calories consumed (standard values) and the number of steps taken during walking, Attaches to belt, or similar, using clip.
1142: Sport Timer (Stopwatch)
Stopwatch which features time, calendar and alarm display. Includes instructions. Class: Equip
1283: Skipping Ropes
A wide selection of different length skipping ropes including an extra long one for group skipping. Also includes tape and teaching booklet on different methods and skipping tricks.
2253: Physical Activities Resource Box
KS1,KS2,KS3. Contains chiffon scarves,short and long ribbons and a collection of animal shaped bean bags, all in mixed colours. With red carry bag.
2262: Alphabet Activity Mats
Foundation/KS1. Set of 26 round, plastic activity mats, each featuring a letter of the alphabet and a colourful picture. Set of game suggestions included.
2423: Exercise cube
2 cubes. Outside cube shows 6 basic exercises (stretching, running, jumping jacks). Smaller inner cube shows how many times to perform exercise. Cube 20cmx20cmx20cm. for KS1 & KS2
2424: Multifunctional Pedometer
Works as a step and stride counter, calorie burning counter, distance calculator (in km and miles) and 12/24hr clock. comes with belt. 5cmx6cm
2425: Sportline 365 Pedometers
Simple-to-use electronic pedometer displays steps taken, calories used, distance travelled (in km or miles). has flip case design to keep information confidential. 7cmx4cm
2461: Automatic Blood Pressure monitor
Auto-inflation, an easy-fit cuff and a jumbo digital display make this easy-to-use. Shows blood pressure and pulse. 18cm x 9cm x 15cm

Teach

270: Multistage Fitness Test
A progressive shuttle-run test for the prediction of maximum oxygen uptake. Includes booklet and audio tape. 1988. Class: FT
848: ExerciseFacts
11-16 years. Provides information on the body, examines the biological necessity of exercise, encourages people to find a sport to suit their taste, contains material for self-assessment of physical activity levels and fitness. 1991. Class: FT
1248: WALKABOUT
KS1&2. Teachers notes and photocopies provide over a hundred cross-curricular ideas to support the national 'Walk To School' initiative. 1999. Class: Sa
1485: The Active School
Secondary. Resource pack to promote physical activity in secondary schools. Contains introduction & background, developing a physical activity policy & development plan, practical ideas & useful information. With activity cards. 2000. Class: FT
2230: Answers: Pack 1 - Ages 7-9 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 posters which form a comprehensive, primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2231: Answers: Pack 2 - Ages 9-11 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 Posters which form a comprehensive primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2252: Simple Anatomy Flip Chart
KS1 & KS2. Spiral bound collection of 10 large charts of human anatomical body systems, with a hook for hanging up. Class: 612
2422: Fitness dice
2 jumbo dice help make exercise funa nd exciting. One die features exercises suh as push-ups, jumping jacks etc. Other die has numbers form 2 - 12. Pupils roll one die to find out what they're doing and 2nd die to find quantity. Die 10cmx10cmx10cm
2423: Exercise cube
2 cubes. Outside cube shows 6 basic exercises (stretching, running, jumping jacks). Smaller inner cube shows how many times to perform exercise. Cube 20cmx20cmx20cm. for KS1 & KS2
2426: Pedometer Power
67 activities for how to use pedometers with pupils. For KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4
2428: Fitdeck Jr. Exercise playing cards
Deck of c50 ards to get pupils moving and keep them active. features image, explanation, and tips for specific exercises. Also contains wild cards that allow pupils to choose their own exercise. Comes with booklet with ideas for more than 70 games. for all ages
2454: Health Teaching Twisters
Provides word scrambles, word searches, crosswords and worksheets on healthy eating, fitness, substance abuse, tobacco use and sexuality. For KS3 & KS4
2455: Health for Life Ages 4 - 7
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS1
2456: Health for Life Ages 8 -11
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS2
2729: Active Playtime
Over 70 playtime activities for fit, healthy and happy kids. Its a comprehensive guide to introducing constructive, positive physical play to playtimes to improve the situation for pupils, teachers and school assistant alike. Guidance is also included on creating a whole school approach, including: training teachers and supervisors, health and safety, motivating pupils, and organising the games
2780: Brain Gym - Teacher's Edition
The companion guide to the Brain Gym book. Provides an in-depth explanations of what each Brain Gym activity effects and ways to use them differently and more effective. This book is essential reading for all educators.
2781: Hands On
Hands On gives the teacher practical, visual, step-by-step ideas on how to implement the Brain Gym movements when teaching reading, handwriting, spelling and maths.
2782: Learning Gym
Using the Brain movement, this booklet contains creative activities to aid concentration and calm pupils but also energize at the same time.
2818: Pictures of Health
Covers 62 issues such as friendship, personal safety, growing up and citizenship. This colourful and creative book provides stimulating ideas and activities, that can help children understand and take responsibility for their own health and well being, as well as learning to respect others. Each theme contains display, learning objectives, whole calss starting points, cross curricular activities.
2819: Keeping healthy, staying safe: a child's eye view
4 films on DVD beach safety, fireworks safety, street safety and getting lost, keeping healthy. Each topic has 2 sections: mini documentary featuring a family and a section of child in school meeting an expert. Includes CD with teacher digital book with background information, learning ideas and links to national organisations
2825: Phunky Tunes
Songs and lyrics on 5-a-day, being fit, growing you own grub. Different lyrics for KS1 and KS2.
2835: Keeping Healthy. Essentials
book contains information, key facts and suggested activitie s to help develop a healthy lifestyle. Covers teeth, hair, eating, eating disorders, puberty, first aid, road/water safety, contraception, STI, drinking, smoking, drugs, mental health, allergies. For KS3
2840: F2. Leap into Life
Resource for Foundation and KS1 to deliver physical literacy. Centred on 4 strands; functional movement, aesthetic movement, manipulative skills, movement concepts. Has learning intentions, observation focus and progression for all aspects.
2841: F1. Leap into Life
Resource for Foundation and KS1 to deliver physical literacy. Centred on 4 strands; functional movement, aesthetic movement, manipulative skills, movement concepts. Has learning intentions, observation focus and progression for all aspects.
2842: Physical Development Resource File
For Foundation stage. Has detailed sessions plans in an easy-to-use format on movement, sense of space, using equipment, using tools and materials. Also has ideas for activity fun day and for assessment.

Video/DVD/CD

2825: Phunky Tunes
Songs and lyrics on 5-a-day, being fit, growing you own grub. Different lyrics for KS1 and KS2.

Game

2427: Escapades
300 indoor and outdoor games divided into 3 energy levels: low, medium and high. for 2 or more players or teams. For all ages.
2428: Fitdeck Jr. Exercise playing cards
Deck of c50 ards to get pupils moving and keep them active. features image, explanation, and tips for specific exercises. Also contains wild cards that allow pupils to choose their own exercise. Comes with booklet with ideas for more than 70 games. for all ages
2779: Brain Gym - Simple Activities
This book reaches out to all with the message that movement and learning are companions. All the Brain Gym's exercises are illustrated clearly with simple explanations of how to do them.
2782: Learning Gym
Using the Brain movement, this booklet contains creative activities to aid concentration and calm pupils but also energize at the same time.


Food

Food


Equip

469: Replica Food: Mixed Diet
Selection of food and soft drink models. Class: Kit
571: Replica Food: Alcoholic Drinks
Selection of replica alcoholic drink models. Class: Kit
581: Replica Food: African/Caribbean
Selection of food models. Class: Kit
742: Jigsaw: - Dinner-Time
Nursery. Jigsaw containing 10 chunky wooden pieces which slot into the wooden base to show a plate of food, a drink, a desert and a knife, fork and spoon.
1155: Replica Food: Asian
Selection of food models Class: Kit
1284: Magnetic Scenes- FOOD
A wide selection of over seventy different foods in colourful magnetic shapes.
1440: Favourite Meals
KS1. Set of 6 jigsaws, depicting favourite meals of various cultures. All jigsaws contain 12 pieces.
1465: Magnetic Food Fun - Multicultural Set
Age 3 years+. Designed as a hands-on set to help young children become aware of food from different cultures. Contains magnetic placemat, order pad and 37 magnetic pieces. With leaflet.
1484: Magnetic Food Fun - Healthy Set
Age 3 years+. Designed as a hands-on set to help children learn about healthy food and good nutrition. Contains magnetic placemat, an order pad and 34 magnetic pieces. With leaflet.
1486: Nutrition Lotto
Ages 2-6 years. Game containing 6 laminated charts and 36 plastic food items to introduce children to the different food groups and the Food Pyramid. With instruction leaflet.
1959: Healthy Food Bag
Velcro bag which opens up to reveal a plate and a selection of removable foods from the different food groups.
2255: Fruit and vegetable finger puppets
Foundation/KS1/KS2. Twelve finger puppets, 6 fruit and 6 vegetable - to make teaching nutrition fun!
2256: Fruit and Vegetable Bean Bags
Foundation/KS1/KS2. Set of 12 bean bags - 6 fruit and 6 vegetable - to make learning about nutrition fun!
2258: "Balance of Good Health" floor mat - large
KS1/KS2/KS3/KS4. Large plastic floor mat showing the "Balance of Good Health" food wheel. With activiites handout.
2259: "Balance of Good Health" 2 mats pack
KS1/KS2/KS3/KS4. Pack of 2 mats, 1 medium size floor mat & 1 place mat, depicting the "Balance of Good Health" food wheel.
2261: Food Puppet Set
Foundation/KS1/KS2. Set of 10 felt hand puppets, in the shape of healthy food, fruit and vegetables. Includes an information pack containing worksheets and ideas for use in the classroom.
2797: The Tooth
Foam model showing structure of tooth. Model 36cm high
2805: Vacuum bag sealer
Equipment to heat seal appropriate bags to create vacuum inside bag. Class: Wequip
2815: Keeping clean and healthy bag
This feely bag contains 18 soft tactile cushions each showing different items you need to help you stay clean and healthy.
2832: Clogged artery model. Cross section
Model depicts Y section of an artery showing build up of fatty deposits in the cutaway. 16cm x 9cm x 5cm
2833: Clogged artery (tubular)
Soft model showing smalls ection of an artery which is clogged due to fatty deposits. 9cm x 4cm x 4cm
2834: Occluded and normal artery
Two tubes side by side. One represents a normal artery with no fatty deposits and easy blood flow. The other tube has walls with fatty deposits which impede the blood flow.

Pupil

393: Eating - Big book and little books
KS1. Explains how food helps us to grow, what happens if we eat too much, energy giving foods and how food is digested in the stomach. Contains colourful photographs and simple text. By Paul Bennett. 1997. Class: 613.2
778: Why should I eat well?
KS1. Contains amusing pictures and simple text to show the importance of eating sensibly and how to eat a balanced diet. By Claire Llewellyn. 2001. Class: 613.2
1159: Market Place Shopping List Photographs
Nursery/Special Needs/KS1. Photo pack of 150 coloured photographs showing shopping items. Class: 641.5
1161: Cooking Actions
Nursery/Special Needs/KS1. Photo pack of 13 coloured photographs illustrating basic cooking actions. Class: 641.5
1163: Food
Nursery/KS1. Children will have enjoyment matching the right photographs of food to the simple clues. By Ruth Thomson. 1990. Class: 641
1171: Kitchen Articles
Nursery/Special Needs/KS1. Photo pack of 47 colour photographs illustrating basic kitchen articles. Class: 641.5
1453: Fruits
Nursery. Colourful and simple laminated book describing basic fruits. 1995. Class: 641.3
1454: Vegetables
Nursery. Colourful and simple laminated book describing basic vegetables. 1995. Class: 635
1487: Vegetables - My little chart
Nursery. Colourful and simple laminated chart describing basic vegetables. 1995. Class: 635
1488: Fruits - My little chart
Nursery. Colourful and simple laminated chart describing basic fruits. 1995. Class: 641.3
1502: Evening meals around the world
Primary. Discover what children in other countries around the world eat for their evening meal - from spicy sausages to buffalo burgers! Contains colourful photographs and easy text. By Gill Munton. 1998. Class: 641.5
1503: Lunch around the world
Primary. Looks at what children in other countries around the world eat for lunch - from bananas and bacon to fried insects! Contains colourful photographs and easy text. By Gillian Munton. 1998. Class: 641.5
1504: Food and your health
KS2. Looks at what makes up a balanced diet, and how this helps to keep your body fit. Highlights healthy eating, food allergies, food additives and food safety and explains the digestive process in the body. By Jillian Powell. 1997. Class: 613.2
1505: Breakfast around the world
Primary. Discover what children in other countries around the world eat for breakfast! Contains colourful photographs and easy text. By Gill Munton. 1998. Class: 641.5
1511: Yum - Yum!
Nursery/KS1. A book about eating- and the food chain, in which every living thing plays a part. Discover who hunts and is hunted, and who eats and gets eaten! By Mick Manning and Brita Granstrom. 1999. Class: 613.2
1512: Chomp! Munch! Chew!
Nursery/KS1. Tells the amazing story of how animals eat, and how every kind of creature has its own special way of feeding. By Karen Wallace and Ross Collins. 2000. Class: 591.53
1513: Am I fit and healthy?
Nursery/KS1. Explains what foods you need to keep the whole body healthy - and how exercise can improve your body and give you lots of energy. Contains easy text and colourful pictures. By Claire Llewellyn. 1998. Class: 613.2
1514: Eating
Secondary. One of the "Wise Guides" series. Explains the facts about food - and you - from crash diets and calorie-counting to anorexia and bulimia. Looks at self esteem and body image. By Anita Naik. 1999. Class: 613.2
1515: How does my diet affect me?
KS3&4. Looks at diet and how it affects your health. Explains the role of vitamins, minerals, proteins, fats and carbohydrates, and looks at vegetarians and healthy eating. By Patsy Westcott. 1999. Class: 613.2
1522: What about health? Food.
KS2. Explains how food helps us to be healthy. Looks at what helps us to be fit and strong, which foods help us fight disease and what's good for us to eat. By Fiona Waters. 2001. Class: 613.2
1573: What happens to your food? Big book
Watch how your food slips and slides through your body with this amazing big book. Find out what happens inside your body when you eat. Key Stage 1. 1998. Class: 612.3
1574: Birthday party
Alex and Ruby are best friends and today it's Alex's birthday. But Alex is allergic to nuts. In this book you can read the real life story of Alex and Ruby as they have fun at the birthday party. Key Stage 1 and 2. 2000. Class: 616.97
1575: When it's hard to eat.
This book helps pupils to think about the things they eat and drink, meet people with health problems (diabetes, food allergies etc) that affect their eating, learn what makes a healthy balanced diet for everyone. Key Stage 1 and 2. 1998 Class: 616.97
1647: Focus on Vegetables
KS2&3. A look at the history of vegetables, how they are found, how they are processed and how they are used. By Andrew Langley. 1986. Class: 635
1648: "Lets Talk About"- Food and Hygiene
Primary. Answers many of the questions asked by children around food and hygiene, adding to their growing awareness of the world. By P Sanders. 1990 Class: 641
1649: Young Scientist Investigates-FOOD
Primary. An introduction to the wonders of nature and science. Colour text, activities and experiments provide an enjoyable journey through the world of food. By Terry Jennings. 1990. Class: 641
1650: Potatoes
Primary. Simple text, colour photos and easy recipes help the younger reader to find out all about potatoes. By Dorothy Turner. 1988. Class: 633.4
1651: Mixed Vegetables: A First Look At Vegetables
Primary. An introduction to a selection of vegetables from around the world, how they are grown and how they are usually eaten. By Julia Eccleshare. 1986. Class: 635
1652: The Food We Eat
Beginning readers. A family examine the origins of the food we eat. By Paul Humphrey.1994. Class: 641
1654: Food in History
KS2&3. A detailed history of food told through historical pictures. By Sheila Robinson. 1983 Class: 641
1658: Potatoes
Primary. A lively text and numerous colour photos provide a refreshing look at potatoes, how they are produced and sold, and how farming methods are adapted to meet the needs of an ever changing market. By Joy Palmer. 1989. Class: 633.4
1659: Focus On Rice
KS2&3. A look at the history of rice, how it is found, how it is processed and how it is used. By Graham Rickard. 1986. Class: 633.18
1660: Focus on Soya
KS2&3. A look at the history of Soya, how it is found, how it is processed and how it is used. By Susan Goddard. 1986. Class: 633
1662: Vegetables
KS1.Peel back pages and beautiful colour drawings help young children to discover all about vegetables. By Pascale de Bourgoing. Class: 635
1702: Chinese Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from China, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Amy Shui & Stuart Thompson. 1988. Class: 641.59
1706: Exploring Caribbean Food in Britain.
Primary. A unique introduction to Caribbean food in Britain with a look at the use of fruits, vegetables, spices and the cultural dishes that are now readily available in Britain. Floella Benjamin. 1988. Class: 641.59
1707: Exploring Indian Food in Britain
Primary. A unique introduction to Indian food in Britain with a look at the use of fruits, vegetables, spices and the cultural dishes that are now readily available in Britain. Shahrukh Husain. 1988. Class: 641.59
1708: Caribbean Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from the Caribbean, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Aviva Paraiso. 1988. Class: 641.59
1709: Australian and New Zealand Food And Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from Australia and New Zealand, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Christine Osborne. 1988. Class: 641.59
1710: Diet and Nutrition
KS2&3. A practical guide to looking after our health through good diet and nutrition and a look at the problems which occur if we fail to do so. By Brian R Ward. 1987. Class: 641.1
1712: Tea
Primary. Easy text colour photos and simple recipes provide a basic introduction to the world of tea, from blending and tasting to growing and harvesting. By Rhoda Nottridge. 1990. Class: 663
1715: "Let's Talk About"-Why Are People Hungry?
Primary. Colour photo's and clear text answer the many questions children might ask about why people go hungry, adding to their growing awareness of the world. By Ruth Versfeld. 1989. Class: 363.8
1720: My Class Enjoys Cooking
Primary. A colourful look through the eyes of a little boy as his class embarks on the joys of cookery classes. Includes a number of simple recipes. By Ruth Thomson. 1987. Class: 641.5
1722: Food Around The World- Whats For Lunch?
KS1&2.A colourful look at what people around the world eat for lunch and how the food we eat affects our health. By Mary Beveridge & Tony Pugh. 1984. Class: 641.5
1723: Food Around the World- What's For Dinner?
KS1&2.A colourful look at what people around the world eat for dinner and how the food we eat affects our health. By Mary Beveridge & Tony Pugh. 1984. Class: 641.5
1727: Japanese Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from Japan, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Lesley Downer. 1988. Class: 641.59
1729: Finger Foods
KS1. Colour photos and lively simple text tell the story of Leela and her friends as they try different finger foods and make some of their own. By Chris Deshpande. 1988. Class: 641.3
1730: Chocolate
Primary. Colourful photos, simple text and easy recipes are used to look at chocolate, how cocoa is grown and then made into delicious treats. By Jacqueline Dineen. 1990. Class: 641.33
1731: Cheese
Primary. Colourful photos, simple text and easy recipes are used to look at cheese, the different types and flavours that can be produced and how it can be eaten as part of a healthy balanced diet. By Linda Illsley. 1990. Class: 641.3
1732: Sugar
Primary. Colourful photos, simple text and easy recipes are used to look at sugar, the different types, how it ends up in our food can be eaten as part of a healthy balanced diet. By Rhonda Nottridge. 1990. Class: 641.33
1733: Pasta
Primary. Colourful photos, simple text and easy recipes are used to look at pasta, the different types and how it can be eaten as part of a healthy balanced diet. By Kate Haycock. 1990. Class: 641.3
1734: Beans
Primary. A colourful look at the everyday product of beans, how they grow how, they are used and how to cook them. By Terry Jennings. 1990. Class: 641.3
1735: French Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from French, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Francoise Lafargue. 1988. Class: 641.59
1737: Bread
Primary. A colourful look through photos, text and simple recipes, at one of the most important parts of our daily diet, bread. By Dorothy Turner. 1988. Class: 641.331
1738: Food
Primary. An interesting exploration of the different aspects of food from food around the world and food hygiene to catching food and cooking food. By David Marshall. 1987. Class: 641.3
1739: Food From Many Lands
Primary. A lively introduction to foods around the world. By Beverley Birch. 1984. Class: 641.3
1744: Beans
Primary. Simple and lively text and the colourful illustrations introduce the younger reader to all the different types of beans that are found around the world. By Christine Butterworth. 1990. Class: 641.3
1745: Russian Food And Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from Russia with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Valentina Lapenkova and Edward Lambton. 1987. Class: 641.59
1746: Italian Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from Italy, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Edwina Biucchi. 1988. Class: 641.59
1747: Indian Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from India, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By V.P(Hemant) Kanitkar. 1988. Class: 641.59
1748: Mexican Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from Mexico, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Manuel Alvarado. 1988. Class: 641.59
1749: Greek Food And Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from Greece, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Irene Tavlarios. 1988. Class: 641.59
1750: Jewish Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at Jewish food and drink, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, agriculture, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Alviva Paraiso. 1988. Class: 641.59
1751: North American Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from North America, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Pam Cary. 1988. Class: 641.59
1753: South East Asian Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from South East Asia, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Christine Osborne. 1988. Class: 641.59
1754: Rice
Primary. Interesting text, colour photos ,experiments and activities provide a simple and lively exploration of rice. By Ruth Thomson . 1989. Class: 641.331
1755: Spanish Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from Spain with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Maria Eugenia D. Pellicer. 1987. Class: 641.59
1756: African Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from Africa with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Martin Gibrill. 1989. Class: 641.59
1757: Eggs
Primary . Lively pictures, text and recipes tell the interesting story of the egg, from historical legends to there everyday use today. By Dorothy Turner. 1988. Class: 641.375
1758: Eggs
Primary. A lively look at the world of eggs from how to check if they are stale and why they are that shape, to how an chick grows inside an egg and why people send Easter eggs. By Miriam Moss. 1990. Class: 641.375
1759: Milk
Primary.A colourful look through photos, text and simple recipes, at one of the most important parts of our daily diet, milk. By Dorothy Turner. 1988. Class: 641.371
1760: Creepy Cocktails
Primary. A delicious sounding mixture of cocktail recipes for children to make. Class: 641.2
1761: Middle Eastern Food and Drink
KS2&3. A fascinating look at food and drink from the Middle East, with recipes, interesting text and colour photographs giving insight to the people, eating habits, specialities and culture. By Christine Osborne. 1988. Class: 641.59
1790: You Are What You Eat-BIG Book
KS1. This huge book full of colour photos and simple text introduces ideas around nutrition, food and the importance of a healthy diet. By Melvin Berger. 1994. Class: 613.2
1810: You Are What You Eat.
KS1. Photographs and diagrams with a small amount of accompanying text. Can be used on its own or with the accompanying 'Big Book'. 1997. Class: 613.2
2053: Food Or Famine
KS2&3.A thought-provoking exploration of the cause of food shortages in some parts of the world in comparison to food mountains in others .It identifies the problem of distribution and looks at possible solutions. By Christopher Gibb. 1987. Class: 363.8
2054: Food Matters-The Question of Food in The World
KS3&4. A challenging look at famine in Africa and whether in today's society of plenty there should still be poverty and want. 1986. Class: 363.8
2095: Let's Look At Dairying
KS2&3. Everything you needed to know about the production and processing of dairy produce. By Mike Graham-Cameron. 1994. Class: 637
2101: Photo Resource Pack-FOOD
Primary. Colourful photos show a wide and varied selection of foods. By Galt Education. Class: 641
2105: Eat Well...Live Well!
Seven steps to healthy eating based on the latest research from the World Health Organisation. By The Healthy Eating Campaign. 1991 Class: 613.2
2135: Finding Out About- Food Hygiene
KS3&4. A direct and honest text along with photographs, illustrations and practical activities provides all the means necessary to investigate and discuss food hygiene. By John Baines. 1990. Class: 363.19
2211: Come and eat with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children discover what other children throughout the world eat. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1997. Class: 305.8
2445: A visit to the Dentist
Story follows young charcacter called Munks who makes a trip to the dentist. Details about the equipment and procedures are provided from muks' point of view. For KS1
2728: Managing the Lunch Hour DVD & CD Rom
Training programme on DVD on how to offer constructive activities for children at lunch break. It contains a variety of materials intended to stimulate reflection and discussion including dramatised scenario and situations to which participants are asked to respond DVD, CD Rom which contains an individual learning guide and comprehensive facilitation notes.
2760: Whats Eating You?
A workbook about the prevention and treatment of eatings disorders for teens who have problems with food. The activities in this book will help girls: learn to view their bodies positively, accept the fact that each person is unique, understand how their eating behaviours develop, recognise the impact of emotions on food intake, and build coping skills that enable them to deal with food in healthy ways. Includes a free CD Rom
2807: Food cards (Phunky foods)
50 drawings of range of food. 5 drawings of Balance of Good Health plate model. 6 cards with ideas for activities for KS1 and KS2
2808: The children who live on Planet Food
Pack contains big book (full colour), 6 pupil books (b&w), 9 recipe cards, 1 hygiene and safety card, 1 world map, series of photocopiable activity cards, teachers' notes. Aim to help pupils understand variety of food sources, what people eat around the world. For KS1
2810: Artie Beat's picnic
Artie Beat plans a picnic with his friends. They have fun choosing the food to take. Find out what sort of food they will get for Artie's picnic. For Foundation, KS1

Teach

172: Live it up!
7-11 years. A project on nutrition, food and fitness produced by Flora. Birmingham Health Education Unit does not endorse any product advertised in this publication. Class: F
305: Food
11-14 years/GCSE. Part of the Home Economics in Action series, using a problem-solving approach. Covers nutrition, meal-planning and cookery. 1986. Class: F
307: Healthy Living Pack
KS3. Pack of sheets which looks at bread, wheat and nutrition. Highlights wheat production, flour processing, bread and bread making and meal planning. Contains ideas for activities. Class: F
308: Flour Power Pack
KS2. Pack of sheets which looks at various aspects of flour:- growth and harvesting, milling and flour production, nutrients, bread, ideas for activities etc. Class: F
337: Food is Fun.
A resource pack for playworkers. Includes ideas for games, cooking, growing food, international ideas, word activities as well as information on balanced diet and ideas for tuckshops. Class: F
365: Vegetarian Choice: Issues for the 90's
Aims to offer up-to-date information from a wide variety of sources. Two chapters - Food for Thought and A Question of Diet. 1994. Class: F
389: Make it, Bake it.
Food technology project for KS2. Contains information cards, recipe cards and poster and teacher's notes. 1997. Class: F
391: Food - A Fact of Life. KS2.
Very detailed pack with teachers manual, photographs, videos, fact packs, food game. Covers all aspects of nutrition and health and food hygiene needed at KS2. 1995. Class: F
416: Food in Schools: Ideas.
Provides range of ideas that can be developed and adapted. Themes are: involving food experts; appreciating food; social aspects of food; nutrition and health; food safety; food preparation. From QCA. 1998. Class: F
424: Food - A Fact of Life. KS1.
Very detailed pack with teachers manual, photographs, videos, fact packs, food game. Covers all aspects of nutrition and health and food hygiene needed at KS1. 1995. Class: F
428: Food and Health.
Resource and information pack for schools. Class: F
435: Food in Schools: Planning a Project.
Aims to simplify and speed up the planning process by sharing experiences of schools already involved in such work. Developed by QCA. 1998. Class: F
440: Choosing Food.
Adopts an explorative approach to food in UK today i.e. what influences our choices. Pack has practical activities, worksheets, games. Aimed at 9-13 year olds. Class: F
442: Meat Matters.
Pack centred around developing 'Mighty Meat Burgers'. 5 activities covering wide range of tasks. From MLC.1996. Class: F
444: Nutrition and Food Hygiene.
Covers basics of food hygiene, nutrition problems in today's society, food hygiene and microbiology, food and the law. Aimed at NVQ level 2 & 3. Class: FSH
491: Eat Your Words
9-11 years. A health promotion project about food messages. 1992. Class: F
543: Body Image
Part of the 'Issues for the Nineties' series offering information about issues. Covers watching your weight and eating disorders. 1996. Class: ED
546: School Food Action!
A guide to healthy eating initiatives at school.
550: Nursery Food Book
Ideas on how to interest children in healthy food. Contains suggestions for healthy, happy meal times and describes food-related activities and projects. 1992. Class: F
556: Learning through food
Primary. Pack incorporating a whole-school approach to food activities and practical cooking for children aged 5-11. Emphasises safety and hygiene. Contains recipe cards and teacher's guide. 1991. Class: F
558: Healthy Snacking in Primary Schools
An information pack from Oldham's LEA and NHS Trust. Class: F
572: Nutrition, Health and Hygiene, Set B
Set of photocopiable sheets on food and health. Class: F
647: Nutrition In Action
Primary. Helps to develop knowledge and interest, with group activity revolving around a healthy variety of foods and sensible eating habits. Class: F
651: FoodFacts set B
15-18 years. Includes health & diet in relation to heart disease, 'health food' myths, balanced diet, eating & self-image, self-assessment of diet. 1992. Class: F
652: FoodFacts set A
10-14 years. Discusses why the body needs food, food hygiene, healthy diet, eating habits and the importance of taking care of your teeth & heart. 1992. Class: F
658: Food: a resource for learning in the primary school
Primary. Booklet with sections on safety & hygiene, finances, first aid, equipment. Class: F
659: What is Health? - Food
Secondary. Contains ideas for activities relating to a range of areas including attitudes, energy & exercise, sugar & salt, E numbers, shopping, tastes. See also "What is Health? - What is Health?" (Health). 1990. Class: F
660: We Are What We Eat! but who controls our choice?
8-13 years. An active learning project on food & nutrition. Class: F
1000: Vegetable Lotto
3+ years. Game matching pictures of vegetables and fruit. Wooden.
1240: World of Chocolate
KS2&3. Fact sheets and Activity cards provide a fascinating insight 9nto the world of chocolate. From its history and how its made to marketing, research and development. By Cadbury. Class: F
1308: Success With Food Technology
KS3.Carefully planned and flexible, photocopiable resources, support the delivery of the attainment targets and help students prepare for end of KS3 assessments and provide a smooth transition into the demands of KS4. By Hazel King. 1998. Class: F
1313: Development And Production Of Food
Lesson plans, worksheets, experiments, and activity sets will enable teachers to demonstrate how the food industry develops products from conception right through to when sold. By Claire Lusher. 1998. Class: F
1342: Nutrition And Food Design
KS3&4. Activities around food and nutrition provide a starting point requiring the pupils own research to support and extend the material, and so work towards the GCSE syllabus for Design and Technology and Home Economics. By Jenny Ridgwell. 1996. Class: F
1362: Food and Textiles
KS3. Photocopiable project sheets around food and textiles help guide and support pupils through the various strands of the National Curriculum Attainment Targets. The two levels allow children of varying ability to achieve. By T Shepherd. 1998 Class: F
1382: Food Colour Cards
Pack containing 96 full colour cards of food items. Arranged in six distinct categories:- fruit, vegetables, basics, prepared food, drinks, snacks. With ideas leaflet. 1990. Class: F
1529: Choices & Consequences: Eat well . . . Keep well
9-12 years. Aims to help children understand the importance of healthy eating and the basis of a healthy and balanced diet. Looks at nutrition, energy and fitness. Follows a structured theme. By Judith Hill. 1998. Class: F
1530: Spice of Life
Primary. Introduces topics leading to a greater awareness of food:- history, the science of cooking, geographical and multicultural aspects and different recipes. Also looks at seasonal cooking, healthy lunch boxes and school cafes. 1992. By Kay Dunbar. Class: F
2207: Bright Ideas: Inspirations for cross curricular themes
KS1/KS2. Offers a structured yet flexible approach to cross-curricular themes. Covers economic awareness, health education, careers guidance, environment, citizenship & project themes. By Alistair Ross. 1993. Class: L
2208: Bright Ideas: Inspirations for cross-curricular projects
KS1/KS2. Offers a structured yet flexible approach to cross-curricular projects. Covers - philosophy, planning, local study, sound & music, earth, weather & seasons, Tudors & Stuarts, how we live, food & farming etc. 1993. Class: L
2230: Answers: Pack 1 - Ages 7-9 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 posters which form a comprehensive, primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2231: Answers: Pack 2 - Ages 9-11 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 Posters which form a comprehensive primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2299: Bright Ideas: Year 7 - Food
KS3. CD. PowerPoint presentations ready to use with interactive whiteboards or on single PCs. Contains 16 activities written for KS3 Designing - Schemes of Work. Covers snacks, edible novelties, soups, salads & sports drinks. 2004. Class: CD 664
2300: Bright Ideas: Year 8 - Food
KS3. CD. Presentations ready to use with interactive whiteboards or on single PCs. Contains 16 activities written in the context of the KS3 Schemes of Work - Designing. Covers "Mama Pasta", dedicated to tradition, layered dessert & product range. Includes downloads for templates. 2005. Class: CD 664
2389: Diet and Nutrition Activities
Includes 90 ready-to-use games, puzzles and worksheets. Includes full answers for the teachers. For KS1, KS2 & KS3
2429: Super Size Me
DVD. School version of documentary. Includes multimedia features such as pop-up factoids that provide relevant and compelling information related to the issues in the film, branching pop-up menus to allow users to access learning activities and bonus features that challenge pupils to make appropriate nutritional choices. Includes printable teacher's guide and pupil handouts. 98 mins. For KS3, KS4
2431: 8 Glasses of water a day
Large illustrated laminated poster (46cmx61cm) highlighting some of the reasons to drink water. for KS1 & KS2
2432: Savour the Spectrum
6 colourful attractive laminated charts to help teach the value of eating a range of fruti and vegetables. 43cm x 56cm. For all ages.
2436: Healthy Eating and Exercise
CD Rom with 8 games that teacher children what foods make up a healthy meal, healthy snacks and why junk food should be avoided. Has comic characters, upbeat music and funny sounds to amke the games more fun. Includes downloadable activity pages. for KS1 & KS2
2437: Food and Nutrition Clever Catch ball
Ball covered with 95 questions about food and nutrition. Comes with answer guide and suggestions for play. 41cm ball. For KS2 & KS3
2454: Health Teaching Twisters
Provides word scrambles, word searches, crosswords and worksheets on healthy eating, fitness, substance abuse, tobacco use and sexuality. For KS3 & KS4
2455: Health for Life Ages 4 - 7
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS1
2456: Health for Life Ages 8 -11
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS2
2459: My Amazing Human Body
CD Rom featuring 'Seemore Skinless' in a variety of games and activities to answer the common questions about the human body. Has activities suh as 'build-a-body' and a day in the life of Seemore that teaches pupils about anatomy, health, nutrition and more. Includes printable handouts. For KS2
2728: Managing the Lunch Hour DVD & CD Rom
Training programme on DVD on how to offer constructive activities for children at lunch break. It contains a variety of materials intended to stimulate reflection and discussion including dramatised scenario and situations to which participants are asked to respond DVD, CD Rom which contains an individual learning guide and comprehensive facilitation notes.
2760: Whats Eating You?
A workbook about the prevention and treatment of eatings disorders for teens who have problems with food. The activities in this book will help girls: learn to view their bodies positively, accept the fact that each person is unique, understand how their eating behaviours develop, recognise the impact of emotions on food intake, and build coping skills that enable them to deal with food in healthy ways. Includes a free CD Rom
2789: Lunchbox cards
38 A5 photographs. 12 cards showing different types of lunchboxes and 26 cards of foods that were in the lunchboxes.
2790: What part of the plant do you eat?
CD Rom encouraging children to look at particular parts of teh plant and discuss which parts they actually eat. For KS1, KS2
2791: Fruit and Vegetable cards
144 A6 cards looking at 24 different fruit adn vegetables and their characteristics including where it's grown, what it looks like.
2797: The Tooth
Foam model showing structure of tooth. Model 36cm high
2798: Functional Foods
Resource pack with cards, quizzes, information sheets and case studeis about food and role in growth, development and diseases. For KS3, KS4
2799: Healthy Teeth
Big book covers how we take care of our teeth. Includes personal hygiene, healthy eating, dental care. KS1, KS2
2806: Healthy Eating
Three part interactive CD from Phunky Foods focusing on importance of and constituents of healthy balanced diet. part 1: Plate of Health. uses balance of Good Health and ask children to put foods into correct food groups. Part2. Eat more of/eat less of asks children to sort foods into these two groups. Part 3. Looks at role of different foods in our body and their key nutrients.
2807: Food cards (Phunky foods)
50 drawings of range of food. 5 drawings of Balance of Good Health plate model. 6 cards with ideas for activities for KS1 and KS2
2808: The children who live on Planet Food
Pack contains big book (full colour), 6 pupil books (b&w), 9 recipe cards, 1 hygiene and safety card, 1 world map, series of photocopiable activity cards, teachers' notes. Aim to help pupils understand variety of food sources, what people eat around the world. For KS1
2811: Fun with Flour
Teaching resource from Flour Advisory Bureau looking at growing, milling, cooking with flour. Looks at grain chain, breads, sandwiches. Has photocopiable sheets with teacher's notes. For Foundation and KS1
2812: Energy balance pack
Teaching resource looking at energy in foods and need to make sure we use enough energy in exercise, growing etc. Topics include, energy diary, pedometers, lunchboxes, Balance of Good Health, exercise. Series of photocopiable information and work sheets. From Flour Advisory Bureau. For KS2
2813: Our food, our world.
A let's eat photopack and CD-Rom for ages 5 to 9 by Oxfam. Features 5 children from France, Thailand, South Africa, Mexico, Indai. Looks at what children eat, where food comes from, how it gets to our tables, cooking, preparing, storing food, food in celebrations. Pack has 32 full colour photocards with text and discussion points, photocopiable resource sheets for literacy, science, geography, PSHE, Citizenship, recipes, CD Rom with all resources for use on interactive whiteboards.
2817: Super salads photopack
Photopack includes all the elements needed to make a good salad,including ingredients, chopping, grating.This pack can be used for class discussion in the year 4 Super Salads scheme of work.
2818: Pictures of Health
Covers 62 issues such as friendship, personal safety, growing up and citizenship. This colourful and creative book provides stimulating ideas and activities, that can help children understand and take responsibility for their own health and well being, as well as learning to respect others. Each theme contains display, learning objectives, whole calss starting points, cross curricular activities.
2819: Keeping healthy, staying safe: a child's eye view
4 films on DVD beach safety, fireworks safety, street safety and getting lost, keeping healthy. Each topic has 2 sections: mini documentary featuring a family and a section of child in school meeting an expert. Includes CD with teacher digital book with background information, learning ideas and links to national organisations
2820: Bee bot fruit and vegetable cards
Program the Bee-Bot to show which fruit or vegetables you like/dislike. Contains 16 PVC cards.
2821: Sandwich work cards
5 A4 cards are ideal for use in QCA unit3B Sandwiches. The 5 work cards include photocopiable design sheets,sandwich and filling investigation sheets and a step-by-step progress card
2823: Food Processing Chains
Interactive whiteboard resource featuring 5 foods: bread, carrots, chicken, fish, milk. Looks at food chain, production, consumption in a very simplified way. Different levels for KS1 and KS2. From Phunky Foods
2824: Our body
Interactive whiteboard resource of 3 sections.Body parts looks at internal organs and their functions. Digestive System looks at how food is digested. Blood and circulation looks at the role blood has in the body. All have KS1 and KS2 levels. From Phunky foods
2825: Phunky Tunes
Songs and lyrics on 5-a-day, being fit, growing you own grub. Different lyrics for KS1 and KS2.
2826: Grandad the Greengrocer
Interactive big book telling the story of Emily and her Grandad who grows all his own fruit and vegetables. Includes 8 pdf worksheets. From Phunky Foods.
2827: Phunky Powerpoints
Full colour powerpoints on CD covering 1. Living and non-living things 2. Where does my stir-fry come from? 3. Food safety and hygiene 4. Food poisoning 5. Handwashing. Suitable for KS1 and KS2.
2828: Milk
CD Rom covering 1. The story of milk 2. Milk mastermind 3. Milk facts 4. Milk song. Alos has teacher's notes and key words on CD. For KS1 and KS2.
2835: Keeping Healthy. Essentials
book contains information, key facts and suggested activitie s to help develop a healthy lifestyle. Covers teeth, hair, eating, eating disorders, puberty, first aid, road/water safety, contraception, STI, drinking, smoking, drugs, mental health, allergies. For KS3
2848: Let's get cooking.
Pack that tells you how to set up a 'Let's get cooking' club.

Video/DVD/CD

408: Veg Out!
Video and pack of colour information sheets, photocopiable activity cards, teachers notes about healthy eating and the benefits of eating vegetables and fruit. Aimed at KS1. 1998. Class: 613.2
568: Our wonderful body: Eat well, grow well.
Primary. Zork the space traveller discovers the six kinds of nutrients needed for good health and why the human body needs them. Introduces the Food Guide Pyramid to help with food choices. Animated. 11 minutes. Class: 613.2
1118: A journey through Nutritionland
Primary. In this animated film, a group of children dream of a visit to "Nutritionland" where they are given a guided tour. Various characters are introduced, representing components of a satisfactory diet. 15 minutes. Class: 641
1244: Dairy Channel
KS2. An exciting and amusing programme providing valuable information about milk, accompanied by a comprehensive support and activity pack . 13 minutes. 1999. Class: 641.3
1508: Come outside - food
Age 4-5 years. Video and Activity Pack for exploring the topic of food. Features Auntie Mabel and Pippin, who invite children to take part in active learning about food groups, healthy eating, kitchen safety and foods. 75 mins. 2000. Class: V613.2
2287: Daily food choices for healthy living
KS3/KS4/Adult. DVD. Applying basic good nutrition to daily life is the theme of this programme. Students learn what & how much to eat & how to avoid eating too many calories or too much fat. 21 mins. 2005. Class: DVD 613.2
2288: Let's do lunch
KS3/KS4. DVD. Shows students why lunch is vital to their health & academic performance. Covers childhood obesity, basics of balanced nutrition, good & bad cholesterol, different types of fat & how to make healthier food choices. 26 mins. 2004. Class: DVD 613.2
2299: Bright Ideas: Year 7 - Food
KS3. CD. PowerPoint presentations ready to use with interactive whiteboards or on single PCs. Contains 16 activities written for KS3 Designing - Schemes of Work. Covers snacks, edible novelties, soups, salads & sports drinks. 2004. Class: CD 664
2300: Bright Ideas: Year 8 - Food
KS3. CD. Presentations ready to use with interactive whiteboards or on single PCs. Contains 16 activities written in the context of the KS3 Schemes of Work - Designing. Covers "Mama Pasta", dedicated to tradition, layered dessert & product range. Includes downloads for templates. 2005. Class: CD 664
2429: Super Size Me
DVD. School version of documentary. Includes multimedia features such as pop-up factoids that provide relevant and compelling information related to the issues in the film, branching pop-up menus to allow users to access learning activities and bonus features that challenge pupils to make appropriate nutritional choices. Includes printable teacher's guide and pupil handouts. 98 mins. For KS3, KS4
2433: Daily Food Choices for Healthy Living
DVD about how to apply basic good nutrition to daily life. Pupils learn what and how much to eat and how to avoid eating too many calories or too much fat. For KS3 & KS4. 21 mins
2434: Junk food wars
DVD about vending machines, convenience shops and fast-food restaurants. Illustrates ways for young people to eat nutritiously. Discussion and dramatisations give pupils lots of information about the different kinds of fats and sugars, how to read ingredient labels. Include commentary from nutrition and food policy experts that provides insights into junk food packaging and advertising tactics. For Ks3 & KS4. 30 mins.
2435: Food Facts and Myths
DVD looking at common myths about food and nutrition e.g. whether vitamin supplements are needed for good health, whether chicken is healthier than red meat? For KS3 & KS4. 15 mins
2439: Jamie's School Dinners
DVD of the 4 documentaries when jamie Oliver attempted to improve the quality and nutrtitional value of school dinners. For Ks3 & KS4. 4 x 50mins
2440: When Food is the Enemy
DVD about the major eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia and binge eating. experts and patients provide insights into possible causes and current methods of treatment. Also discusses the underlying emotional issues and potentially serious health complications. For KS3 & KS4. 25 mins
2446: Goofy over Dental Health
DVD which makes dental care fun for children. Combines live action and animation to illustrate proper dental hygiene. explains function of teeth and how to care for them whilst emphasising the importance of eating healthily and taking personal responsibilty for good oral hygiene. for KS1 & KS2. 13 mins
2447: Dental Care for Children
DVD which emphasises good nutrition and dental health habits. Demonstrates brushing and cleaning skills to help chidlren understand their role in preventing tooth decay. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2806: Healthy Eating
Three part interactive CD from Phunky Foods focusing on importance of and constituents of healthy balanced diet. part 1: Plate of Health. uses balance of Good Health and ask children to put foods into correct food groups. Part2. Eat more of/eat less of asks children to sort foods into these two groups. Part 3. Looks at role of different foods in our body and their key nutrients.
2823: Food Processing Chains
Interactive whiteboard resource featuring 5 foods: bread, carrots, chicken, fish, milk. Looks at food chain, production, consumption in a very simplified way. Different levels for KS1 and KS2. From Phunky Foods
2824: Our body
Interactive whiteboard resource of 3 sections.Body parts looks at internal organs and their functions. Digestive System looks at how food is digested. Blood and circulation looks at the role blood has in the body. All have KS1 and KS2 levels. From Phunky foods
2825: Phunky Tunes
Songs and lyrics on 5-a-day, being fit, growing you own grub. Different lyrics for KS1 and KS2.
2826: Grandad the Greengrocer
Interactive big book telling the story of Emily and her Grandad who grows all his own fruit and vegetables. Includes 8 pdf worksheets. From Phunky Foods.
2827: Phunky Powerpoints
Full colour powerpoints on CD covering 1. Living and non-living things 2. Where does my stir-fry come from? 3. Food safety and hygiene 4. Food poisoning 5. Handwashing. Suitable for KS1 and KS2.
2828: Milk
CD Rom covering 1. The story of milk 2. Milk mastermind 3. Milk facts 4. Milk song. Alos has teacher's notes and key words on CD. For KS1 and KS2.

Game

2263: Grub Game
KS2/KS3/KS4. A multi-level food game, based on the Balance of Good Health. Players attempt to create healthy diets on their plates, answering true/false questions. Class: F
2430: Eat 5! game
Game to reinforce the importance of eating plenty of fruits and vegetables. Include 6 criss-cross bingo boards, 54 fruit and vegetable cards, 2 easy-match jigsaw puzzles and instructions for a veriety of activities. For KS1, KS2
2436: Healthy Eating and Exercise
CD Rom with 8 games that teacher children what foods make up a healthy meal, healthy snacks and why junk food should be avoided. Has comic characters, upbeat music and funny sounds to amke the games more fun. Includes downloadable activity pages. for KS1 & KS2
2437: Food and Nutrition Clever Catch ball
Ball covered with 95 questions about food and nutrition. Comes with answer guide and suggestions for play. 41cm ball. For KS2 & KS3
2438: Good Grub game
Game based on Balance of Good Health with BGH 'empty plate' and 72 food ards. Also includes activities to develop knowledge of different food groups. For KS2 & KS3


Food Hygiene

Food Hygiene


Equip

2302: Hand Inspection Light Box
All ages. Consists of a UV lamp in a black cabinet which discloses areas of deficient hand washing. Must be used in conjuction with "GlitterBug" hand potion, purchased from the Health Education Service. Class: Equipment
2805: Vacuum bag sealer
Equipment to heat seal appropriate bags to create vacuum inside bag. Class: Wequip

Teach

434: Nutrition and Food Hygiene
Covers basics of food hygiene, nutrition problems in today's society, food hygiene and microbiology, food and the law. Aimed at NVQ level 2 & 3. Class: FSH
507: Food Fact File
Booklet from BBC Education. 1992. Class: FSH
580: Food Safety: Practical Investigations
Secondary. For use by students taking Food Hygiene courses and for those following courses in Biology, Home Economics and Science. Provides practical experiments and activities and photo-copiable sheets for classroom use. 1993. Class: FSH
669: Foodline
14-16 years. Covers nutrition & food information, food production & packaging techniques, and food consumption. Class: FSH
745: Food Safety
Biology, home economics & science subjects. Explains the role of microbes, examines food preservation, storage & preparation, discusses food, what happens to it when we eat it, packaging & labelling, and stresses the importance of kitchen hygiene. 1990. Class: FSH
873: Insect Pest Factsheets
12 factsheets - houseflies, flour beetles, grain beetles & grain weevils, black ants, wasps, book lice, bed bugs, spider beetles & biscuit beetles, stored product moths, fleas, carpet beetles & larder beetles, cockroaches. Class: FSH
1153: The Essentials of Food Hygiene
For food handlers. Provides clear guidance on the rules of food hygiene. Covers germs and food poisoning, personal hygiene, cleaning, temperature control and general food safety. Class: FSH
1213: A question of hygiene
For use on basic food hygiene courses or in house equivalent. Contains illustrated questions on basic food hygiene. To be used in conjunction with "The Food Hygiene Handbook" 1999. Class: FSH
1235: The Food Hygiene Handbook
For basic food hygiene courses or in house equivalents. Provides essential food safety information. Covers bacteria, food poisoning & contamination, personal hygiene, pests, cleaning and legal requirements.Use with "A Question of Hygiene" booklet. 1999. Class: FSH
1303: Food Hygiene Handbook
A detailed guide to all aspects of food hygiene. By Richard A. Sprenger. 1995. Class: FSH
1350: Food Safety Laminated Posters
A set of full-colour A3 laminated posters for use in the classroom. Subjects covered include storage, preparation, re-heating, personal hygiene and cleaning. Class: FSH
1361: Working With Food In Primary Schools
Primary. Activities and information sheets focus on food hygiene and safety. By Jenny Ridgewell. 1996. Class: F
1368: Food Health And Hygiene
5-16yrs. Explores the importance of food health and hygiene for children and young people and provides ideas for possible projects and events to be used in school. By NATHE. 1990. Class: FSH
1473: Food Hygiene Laminated Posters
Secondary. Set of A3 full colour laminated posters on food hygiene. For use in food hygiene training. Class: FSH
2827: Phunky Powerpoints
Full colour powerpoints on CD covering 1. Living and non-living things 2. Where does my stir-fry come from? 3. Food safety and hygiene 4. Food poisoning 5. Handwashing. Suitable for KS1 and KS2.

Video/DVD/CD

2270: Uninvited guests
KS3/KS4. DVD. Can be used for Basic Food Hygiene course. Provides footage of all common food pests, together with signs of their presence. Provides practical advice on control. Class: DVD 363.19
2271: A clean sweep
KS3/KS4. DVD. Can be used on Basic Food Hygiene course. Shows how cleaning is a essential part of safe food production. Looks at how and when to clean, cleaning schedules, chemicals cleaning equipment etc. 16 mins. Class: DVD 363.19
2272: Ban the bugs - in the home
KS3/KS4. DVD. Looks at how food poisoning can be prevented in the home by following a few basic rules. Covers -how germs are spread, safe shopping, effective cleaning, personal hygiene, handwashing & safe food preparation & storage. 20 mins. Class: DVD 363.19
2273: Ban the bugs
Special needs. DVD giving practical advice on food safety for people with learning difficulties. Looks at shopping, cooking, safe food preparation, cleaning, personal hygiene, & causes of food poisoning. Class: DVD 363.19
2274: Bacteria - Bites - Business
KS3/KS4. DVD. Can be used on Basic Food Hygiene course. Dramatises the "4 Cs" - cleaning, cross-contamination, chilling & cooking. Graphically illustrates the dangers lurking in every kitchen & how to avoid them. Class: DVD 363.19
2275: Beating bacteria: a user's guide
KS3/KS4. DVD. Can be used on Basic Food Hygiene Courses. Humorous program showing how harmful bacteria can hide - & grow- in even the cleanest looking of environments! 25 mins. Class: DVD 363.19
2827: Phunky Powerpoints
Full colour powerpoints on CD covering 1. Living and non-living things 2. Where does my stir-fry come from? 3. Food safety and hygiene 4. Food poisoning 5. Handwashing. Suitable for KS1 and KS2.


Games

Games


Equip

2253: Physical Activities Resource Box
KS1,KS2,KS3. Contains chiffon scarves,short and long ribbons and a collection of animal shaped bean bags, all in mixed colours. With red carry bag.
2260: Our Teeth - multi-layer puzzle
Foundation/KS1. Chunky, wooden, 4 layer jigsaw puzzle that illustrates the structure of a tooth. 10 interchangeable pieces.
2262: Alphabet Activity Mats
Foundation/KS1. Set of 26 round, plastic activity mats, each featuring a letter of the alphabet and a colourful picture. Set of game suggestions included.
2626: Parachute. 4m
Play parachute: tough, durable lightweight nylon. Double sewn for high tensile strenght. 4m size with 12 segments and 12 handles. For all ages.
2627: Parachute. 7.3m
Play parachute: tough, durable lightweight nylon. Double sewn for high tensile strenght. 7.3m size with 20 segments and 20 handles. For all ages.
2730: Active Playtime
50 games, includes books and cards has been written for playtime supervisors to remind them of old games and introduce them to new ones so that the children in their charge may benefit from positive, active playtimes. Teacher book A4 56 pages, 25 double-sided A5 laminated cards.

Pupil

2210: Come and play with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children discover how other children throughout the world play. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1999. Class: 305.8
2783: Brain Games
A collection of 170 photocopiable exercises that fall into 7 different categories: 1) Memory activities 2) Activities for history, geography, and science 3) Language and writing 4) Thinking activities 5) Maths 6) Activities related to the world of work and future careers 7) Understanding their own interests and values.

Teach

332: Parenting Skills
This is a video-based training and resource pack. Looks at the basic needs of children, principles of child management, problems and difficulties and positive attitudes. Video-75 minutes. 1985.
737: Ice-Breakers, Energisers & Warm-ups
'Tried & tested' exercises with section on outlining points for course leaders. 1991. Class: GA
1008: Gamesters' Handbook Two
89 games for developing self-awareness, confidence, decision-making skills, trust, assertiveness, and just for fun. 1982. Class: GA
1015: Language Resources - Teacher Handbooks
Primary. Action rhymes, chants and stories; number rhymes and games; playground games; nonsense rhymes and jingles; singing and dancing games; poems. 1987. Class: GA
1017: Gamesters' Handbook
140 different activities, exercises and strategies for teachers and group leaders. 1977. Class: GA
1018: Games In The Primary School
Primary. Psychological considerations and progressions of lead-up games and skills practices. 1984. Class: GA
1019: Activities All Year Round
7-13 years. Creative games and projects for Christmas, Easter, birthdays and other special occasions. 1988. Class: GA
1020: 100 Good Ideas
For all ages and types of groups. Class: GA
1187: Puppet Making
For teachers/adults. An introduction to making all kinds of puppets, including shadow puppets, glove and rod puppets and marionettes. Includes coloured diagrams. By Stuart & Patricia Robinson. 1978. Class: 745.5
1318: KOBA-A Game About Sickle Cell
A game to introduce children to the different aspects of Sickle Cell.
1330: Let's play together
All ages. Exciting collection of over 300 games and sports which put co-operation before competition. Includes party games, circle games, musical, board and guessing games, nature and parachute games. Games coded according to age & ability. 1989. Class: GA
1332: Follow Me
Primary. Handbook of movement activities for children. Explains the effects of play and contains 100 fun-filled movement activities for children. 1980. Class: GA
1373: Gamesters' Handbook 3
A new collection of games and activities for groups of all kinds. Also offers advice and suggestions as to the most beneficial ways to use them. Class: GA
1490: Co-operative games: 2nd edition (abridged)
Combines theory with many practical examples and easy, ready-to-use lesson plans. 1993. Class: GA
2191: Rollercoaster
KS2. Resources pack which explores the ups & downs of puberty. Contains games, hand-outs, diagrams, activities & guidance notes. Covers physical, biological & emotional changes in puberty. Class: SE
2369: Contraception - The Board game
This game encourages young people to discuss safe sex, sexual health and contraception in a relaxed, constructive peer-group setting. As the players move around the game they come into contact with various agencies where advice adn sexual health services can be accessed. Includes dealing with unwanted pressure. Comes with teacher's notes. For 2 - 6 palyers or teams. For KS3 and 4
2370: Contraception
CD Rom with game format designed to make talking about sexual ehalth behaviour and choices easier and more informative. Players test their knowledge of sexual health, contraceptio and risky behaviours and think through some dilemmas. Encourages responsible behaviour. Includes printable questions, situations and graphics for review and further activities. For 1- 6 players or teams. For KS3 and 4,.
2371: Sex and Consequences Game
Game which encourages players to think about their actions. Players are rewarded for knowing facts about STIs, pregnancy and sexual activity. players faced with dilemmas. For 2 - 8 players or teams. For KS3 and 4.
2624: Silly Sports and Goofy Games
200 indoor and outdoor activities to turn your class into a focused, high energy community. Ideal to use for classroom breaks, wet playtimes, PE, teambuilding exercise. games will help develop character, emotional intelligence, positive social orientation, creativity. For all ages.
2625: Making waves
Resource showing you how to use parachute games. Shows you how to get started with a parachute, develop active and reflective games and how to end a session calmly. For all ages.
2630: Best New Games
84 fun games and activities. Each game is clearly explained with a photographic illustration and covers; breaking the ice, helping people get acquainted, fostering sensitivity and trust, building teamwork. For all ages.
2651: Circle Time
Resource, full of tips, lesson plans, game ideas and information on the benefits of Cirlce Time. Chapters cover: introducing games, games to encourage self-awareness and of others, enjoying and achieving games, finishing games, and the development of the circle.
2729: Active Playtime
Over 70 playtime activities for fit, healthy and happy kids. Its a comprehensive guide to introducing constructive, positive physical play to playtimes to improve the situation for pupils, teachers and school assistant alike. Guidance is also included on creating a whole school approach, including: training teachers and supervisors, health and safety, motivating pupils, and organising the games
2732: Create Happier Lunchtime
The booklet is intended to be given a lunchtime supervisors as part of the schools training programme and lunchtime policy. Provides guidelines to deal with all kinds of playground issues such as: wet playtime, indoor/outdoor games, playground organisation and making it a sater place to play. 2 manual, 15 pages.
2733: Successful Lunchtimes for supervisors
Developed for lunchtime supervisors become more effective and self-confident through clear, practice strategies that will have a lasting impact on the character of a school. 32 page booklet
2735: 55 Favourite Games
Games for teaching children to respect rules, be more co-operative with adults, and become more caring people. The games takes just 10-15 minutes to play, a great way to help children develop their emotional, social and behavioural skills. 181 pages
2780: Brain Gym - Teacher's Edition
The companion guide to the Brain Gym book. Provides an in-depth explanations of what each Brain Gym activity effects and ways to use them differently and more effective. This book is essential reading for all educators.
2781: Hands On
Hands On gives the teacher practical, visual, step-by-step ideas on how to implement the Brain Gym movements when teaching reading, handwriting, spelling and maths.
2782: Learning Gym
Using the Brain movement, this booklet contains creative activities to aid concentration and calm pupils but also energize at the same time.
2792: Wet play Today. 7 -9
Book with range of resource sheets and ideas which can be photocopied to provide short, interesting and enjoyable activities to occupy 7 - 9 years olds in wet playtimes.
2793: Wet play today. 9 -11
Book with range of resource sheets and ideas which can be photocopied to provide short, interesting and enjoyable activities to occupy 9 - 11 years olds in wet playtimes.

Game

2191: Rollercoaster
KS2. Resources pack which explores the ups & downs of puberty. Contains games, hand-outs, diagrams, activities & guidance notes. Covers physical, biological & emotional changes in puberty. Class: SE
2260: Our Teeth - multi-layer puzzle
Foundation/KS1. Chunky, wooden, 4 layer jigsaw puzzle that illustrates the structure of a tooth. 10 interchangeable pieces.
2263: Grub Game
KS2/KS3/KS4. A multi-level food game, based on the Balance of Good Health. Players attempt to create healthy diets on their plates, answering true/false questions. Class: F
2369: Contraception - The Board game
This game encourages young people to discuss safe sex, sexual health and contraception in a relaxed, constructive peer-group setting. As the players move around the game they come into contact with various agencies where advice adn sexual health services can be accessed. Includes dealing with unwanted pressure. Comes with teacher's notes. For 2 - 6 palyers or teams. For KS3 and 4
2370: Contraception
CD Rom with game format designed to make talking about sexual ehalth behaviour and choices easier and more informative. Players test their knowledge of sexual health, contraceptio and risky behaviours and think through some dilemmas. Encourages responsible behaviour. Includes printable questions, situations and graphics for review and further activities. For 1- 6 players or teams. For KS3 and 4,.
2371: Sex and Consequences Game
Game which encourages players to think about their actions. Players are rewarded for knowing facts about STIs, pregnancy and sexual activity. players faced with dilemmas. For 2 - 8 players or teams. For KS3 and 4.
2654: Housing games for Shelter
A Trivial Pursuit-style game to engage groups in thinking about housing, homelessness, and preparing to leave home. Icludes 82 questions, contains suggestion for additional activities and information about the housing rights and options of young people. 2-6 player games
2730: Active Playtime
50 games, includes books and cards has been written for playtime supervisors to remind them of old games and introduce them to new ones so that the children in their charge may benefit from positive, active playtimes. Teacher book A4 56 pages, 25 double-sided A5 laminated cards.
2731: Wet Playtime
Crammed with fun indoor activities that can be used in classrooms and bigger spaces to brighten up any classroom on dreary wet days. It includes: physical games for halls and large spaces, craft activities, activities to encourage participation and engage children's attention, and ideas for work at tables and in small groups. 96 Photocopiable activities
2734: Learning Through Action Set of 6
1) Playground games: 20 active playground games for use with groups, pairs or individuals. A3 size 2) Wet Playtime Games: Collection of activities to keep frustrated pupils enjoyably and constructively occupied during wet play. A3 size. 3) Clapping games: Collection of old favourites and brand new games. A3 size, includes a free CD. 4) More clapping games: addition to clapping games with another 30 rhymes for children to enjoy- in pairs, small groups or classes. A4 size, includes a free DVD. 5) Skipping games: An ideal for children to have fun while engage in physical activity. A3 size. 6) Singing games: Delightful mix of traditional and less familiar songs - all with actions. A3 size, includes a free CD
2735: 55 Favourite Games
Games for teaching children to respect rules, be more co-operative with adults, and become more caring people. The games takes just 10-15 minutes to play, a great way to help children develop their emotional, social and behavioural skills. 181 pages
2736: Calm Down & Play
Activities to help overactive or inattentive children. It helps them to: calm down and control their impulse, focus, concentrate, and oragnise their thoughts, identify and verbalise feelings, channel and release excess energy appropriately, and to build self-esteen and confidence. Most of the activities takes no more than 10 minutes.
2775: Warm up! Work out! Bend & Stretch
Warm up!: contains 15 action song, and 11 action rhymes to get children moving. Work Out!: 16 action songs, traditional and original lyrics and music to encourage children to work out while having fun. Bend & Strtch: 16 action songs, musically arranged to promote firness, and learning. Children will love these fun and catchy songs that get them to wiggle, hop, stretch and jump. Includes clear instructions and notes.
2776: Kidz-Fiz-Biz
A resource filled with ideas to encourage learning through drama, dance, and song. Covering all aspects:cognitive, linguistic, social/emotional, physical and aesthetic. Two accompanying CDs contains a huge array of music and songs
2777: 101 movement Games for Children
Designed to develop children's personal, social and creative abilities, the games fall into ten different catergories including: concentration, expression, hiding, guessing, and trust games. Through movement children will develop: co-ordination, body image, self-confidence, non-competitive physical expression, trust, and orginality. 160 pages
2778: Brain Gym CD
Fun and engaging music to encourage younger children to take part in Brain Gym movements and activities. Features six versions of music, warm-up routine before learning. This CD is a suitable companion to Brain Gym Simple Activities and Brain Gym - Teachers's Edition.
2779: Brain Gym - Simple Activities
This book reaches out to all with the message that movement and learning are companions. All the Brain Gym's exercises are illustrated clearly with simple explanations of how to do them.
2782: Learning Gym
Using the Brain movement, this booklet contains creative activities to aid concentration and calm pupils but also energize at the same time.
2783: Brain Games
A collection of 170 photocopiable exercises that fall into 7 different categories: 1) Memory activities 2) Activities for history, geography, and science 3) Language and writing 4) Thinking activities 5) Maths 6) Activities related to the world of work and future careers 7) Understanding their own interests and values.
2784: Brainbusters Cards Set of 3
3 sets of cards to promote safe, responsible and thoughtful responses to everyday, real-life situations. Will provoke lively, empowering discussion and debate. topics based on: choices, awkward moments, and other people. Each sets contains 30 cards each 90 x 100mm fully laminated and in a sturdy plastic wallet.


Health

Health


Equip

108: Viewset: What Causes Diseases
An introduction to the world of the microscope, using photomicrography. 5 strips of slides, for use with Bioviewers, accompanied by notes and teacher's guide. Slides show germs, a fly, a mosquito head, ringworm, a mite, a worm, a tapeworm. Class: Equip
122: Tooth Care Model
Enlarged, non-dissectible denture and palate of adult teeth. Includes large toothbrush.
1279: Clean Up Game
Board game tackling issues around personal hygiene.
1281: Wobble Board
This simple but fun toy allows children to check out how good their balance is.
1612: Jigsaw- Broken Leg
Chunky wooden jigsaw showing a scene from a hospital ward of a child with a plastered up broken leg.
1622: Tooth Decay Model
A 6 part model of an upper molar, enlarged 15 times, with inserts showing 3 stages of tooth decay. Supplied on a stand.
1976: Jigsaw-Dentist
Chunky wooden jigsaw showing a scene from a dentists surgery.
1977: Doctors Uniform
White Doctors overcoat.
1980: Medical Kit.
Play doctors bag comes with stethoscope that picks up the heartbeat, reflex hammer, blood pressure gauge, syringe and medicine bottle, thermometer and eye chart.
1984: Playmobil-Ambulance Kit
Fully moving ambulance with opening doors and removable roof, revealing nurses, patients, doctors, trolleys and other medical equipment.
1985: Playmobil-Wheelchair Kit
Wheelchair with patient and bandages.
1986: Playmobile-Hospital Ward Kit
Primary. Full set of pieces which fit together to make a hospital ward with bed, patients, nurses, doctors monitors wheelchairs and other medical equipment.
2071: Jigsaw-Hospital
Chunky wooden jigsaw showing a scene from a hospital.
2251: Skin Cancer Model
Skin block model mounted on a base - featuring three cancerous and three non-cancerous skin conditions. Comes with illustrated explanatory card.
2253: Physical Activities Resource Box
KS1,KS2,KS3. Contains chiffon scarves,short and long ribbons and a collection of animal shaped bean bags, all in mixed colours. With red carry bag.
2254: Body Parts Display
Foundation/KS1. Fabric background holding 10 velcroed body parts to put together to make the outline of a body. Comes with 14 labels and two body charts.
2260: Our Teeth - multi-layer puzzle
Foundation/KS1. Chunky, wooden, 4 layer jigsaw puzzle that illustrates the structure of a tooth. 10 interchangeable pieces.
2264: Giant Dental Care Model
KS1/KS2/KS3. Set of upper and lower teeth and gums, supported by flexible rods to vary position of jaws. With large tooth brush and notes on tooth brushing and flossing.
2265: Diseased Tooth Model
KS2/KS3/KS4. Enlarged teeth model featuring common dental problems including an abscess, periodontitis, gingivitis, severe bone loss etc. Comes with base and key card.
2266: Teeth Brushing Timer
KS1/KS2. "Egg timer" type device - to measure time taken to efficiently brush teeth.
2302: Hand Inspection Light Box
All ages. Consists of a UV lamp in a black cabinet which discloses areas of deficient hand washing. Must be used in conjuction with "GlitterBug" hand potion, purchased from the Health Education Service. Class: Equipment
2304: Effects and hazards of smoking
Folding display highlighting consequences of smoking. Covers cancer, respiratory disease, heart diseases and second hand smoke. Emphasises benefits of stopping smoking. 147cm x 57cm.
2306: Smoking: Don't Get Burned
Award winning display aimed at teenagers to eplain consequences both physical and personal of smoking. 147cm x 57cm
2307: Tobacco Tricks
Display about the tricks tobacco companies use to attract smokers, make them addicted and keep them smoking. 147cm x 57cm
2308: Skeletal Smoker
Model of skeleton with lungs that smokes a cigarette and smoke and tar collect in lungs. Mini lung sheets supplied. Must be used outside. For KS3 and 4 Class: Model
2310: Mechanical smoker
Small hand held model which actually smokes a cigarette and collects tar on a photo of a real chest x-ray. Must be used outside. For KS2 upwards. Class: Model
2318: Drunk and Dangerous Glasses
Glasses which simulate the effects of being drunk. Class: Equip
2324: Abuse Booze and Lose
9 bottles which are parody of well known alcohol brands. Topics on labels range from statistics to costly consequences. For KS3 and 4 Class: Model
2326: Mr AL K Hall
Puppet set of 4 characters. Includes manual with script, handouts and soundtracks that teachers about the dangers of alcohol in a fun lively way. For KS1 and 2. Class: Equip
2327: Effects and Hazards of Alcohol
Display which depicts and explains the effects alcohol has on the body. 147cm x 57cm Class: Equip
2331: Alcohol and Pregnancy
Flipchart of 6 panels looking at effects of maternal drinking. 30cm x 43cm Class: Equip
2332: What you should know about Binge Drinking
This display looks at teenagers' binge drinking. Discusse consequences for health, safety and future. 147cm x 57cm Class: Equip
2425: Sportline 365 Pedometers
Simple-to-use electronic pedometer displays steps taken, calories used, distance travelled (in km or miles). has flip case design to keep information confidential. 7cmx4cm
2453: UV Indicator card
When exposed to sunlight for 15 secs card indicates approx UV intensity. Includes sun safety tips. 9cm x 5cm. For all ages
2461: Automatic Blood Pressure monitor
Auto-inflation, an easy-fit cuff and a jumbo digital display make this easy-to-use. Shows blood pressure and pulse. 18cm x 9cm x 15cm
2797: The Tooth
Foam model showing structure of tooth. Model 36cm high
2805: Vacuum bag sealer
Equipment to heat seal appropriate bags to create vacuum inside bag. Class: Wequip
2815: Keeping clean and healthy bag
This feely bag contains 18 soft tactile cushions each showing different items you need to help you stay clean and healthy.
2832: Clogged artery model. Cross section
Model depicts Y section of an artery showing build up of fatty deposits in the cutaway. 16cm x 9cm x 5cm
2834: Occluded and normal artery
Two tubes side by side. One represents a normal artery with no fatty deposits and easy blood flow. The other tube has walls with fatty deposits which impede the blood flow.

Pupil

1467: Let's discuss - Dyslexia
KS2/KS3. Covers what is Dyslexia, recognising Dyslexia, attitudes, how people are affected and how they live and cope with it. By Pete Sanders and Steve Myers. 1995. Class: 616.85
1506: Crunch Time - Dental Health
7-11 years. Aims to teach children about their teeth and how to look after them, and reassures them that going to the dentist need not be painful or frightening. Looks at effective brushing, snacking, and orthodontic treatment. 2 x 15 min. programmes. Class: 617.6
1632: Let's Discuss-Drinking
KS3.Provides stimulating discussion points, by highlighting the positive and negative aspects of drinking alcohol, in order to encourage the development of individual opinion. By Ronda Armitage. 1987. Class: 613.81
1633: Optician
Primary. A fascinating view of a day in the life of an optician. A presentation of familiar people for the early reader. Class: 617.7
1663: Healthy Bodies
KS2&3. A detailed look at the development of the human body and the importance of keeping it healthy.Provides information on some of the problems the body encounters if not kept well from eating disorders to heart disease. By Steuart Kellington.1988. Class: 613.7
1664: Smoking, What's In It For You?
11-16yrs. Well written and straightforward, this presents the facts as well as discussing the pressures around smoking providing arguments and advice on how to resist. By Sue Armstrong. 1986. Class: 613.85
1668: Healthy Eating.
KS1.Clear text and colour photos provide an introduction to how cleanliness, a good diet, exercise and regular check-ups can help you stay healthy. By Wayne Jackman. 1990. Class: 613.2
1671: Let's Discuss-SMOKING
Secondary. An in-depth look at the worlds major preventable cause of death. It aims to stimulate discussion by looking at both sides of the social issue and help to develop an individual thought out opinion. By Vanora Leigh. 1986. Class: 613.85
1672: Food, Fitness and Health
7-15yrs. A simple but comprehensive introduction to nutrition and what makes a balanced healthy diet. Also provides a lively look at looking good and feeling good and why to avoid alcohol, drugs and smoking. Judy Tatchell and Dilys Wells. Class: 613.7
1673: You and Your Fitness & Health
10-15yrs.A lively and interesting look at all aspects of fitness and health, showing exercise to be a fun part of keeping healthy. Provides information on how to deal with stress and feel more energetic in your daily life. By Kate Fraser & Judy Tatchell. Class: 613.7
1675: Let's Discuss-Health and Fitness
KS3. This examines the central problems involved in staying healthy and in looking after those who are sick, also includes the wider issues of future health care, self-abuse and preventative medicine. By Tony Wheatley. 1988. Class: 613.7
1676: What Do You Know About Smoking?
11-14yrs. Story lines and clear text go towards highlighting some of the social issues around smoking which can be a concern for young people. By Pete Sanders & Steve Myers. 1994. Class: 613.85
1678: Wash and Brush Up
KS2&3. A historical look at sanitation and cleanliness through the ages. By Eleanor Allen. 1984 Class: 613.4
1679: What Happens When You Catch a Cold?
KS1. A brightly illustrated book about the body and how it works, and re-acts when fighting a cold virus. By Joy Richardson. 1984. Class: 616.2
1686: "Let's Talk About"-Why Do People Smoke?
Primary. Clear text and colour photos answer the questions frequently asked by children around smoking, adding to their growing awareness of the world. By Pete Sanders. 1989. Class: 613.85
1693: Physiotherapist
Primary. A simple yet informative description of the everyday life of a physiotherapist supported with colour photos. By Anne Stewart. 1989. Class: 615.82
1743: Alcohol Abuse
KS2&3. Clear text and colour photos help to stress the important steps needed to look after our bodies and tackles the issues around alcohol abuse. By Brian Ward. 1987. Class: 613.81
1763: A Right To Smoke?
KS3&4. Clear text and an objective stance provide the information to challenge the reader and inspire debate around smoking. By Emma Haughton. 1996. Class: 613.85
1766: Healthy Hands And Feet.
KS1&2. This discusses the importance of taking care of your hands and feet clearly illustrating the role that cleanliness, diet and exercise play in staying strong and healthy. By Constance Milburn. 1990. Class: 612
1828: Health and Food
KS2&3. A colourful book looking at the importance of a balanced healthy diet the different types of food available and what they provide for the body. By Dorothy Baldwin. 1987. Class: 613
1829: Health and Feelings
KS2&3.A colourful book looking at how high self esteem and a sense of well-being impact our health. It also looks at the different emotions many people feel, from love and happiness to anger and fear. By Dorothy Baldwin. 1987. Class: 613
1830: Health and Exercise
KS2&3.A colourful book explaining the positive effects of exercise in the development of stamina, strength and muscle tone and also the improvement of how you feel about yourself. By Dorothy Baldwin. 1987. Class: 613
1831: Health and Drugs
KS2&3.Provides a clear explanation of the effects of drugs on the body and mind, addiction, damaging side effects and some of the reasons why young people start taking drugs. Underlines the importance of choice. By Dorothy Baldwin. 1987 Class: 613
1835: Just Look At .... Health
KS2&3.A stimulating introduction to the moral, social and scientific issues around health, from the effects of medicine on our life expectancy and traditional medicine to the availability of health care and how it is distributed. By Brian Ward. 1984. Class: 613
1844: "Lets Talk About "-Why Do People Drink Alcohol
KS1&2. Answers the questions most frequently raised by children around alcohol helping to add to their growing awareness of the world. By Pete Sanders. 1988. Class: 613.81
1845: We're Talking About SMOKING
KS2&3. Case studies and colour photos encourage children to think about the many questions which surround smoking and make sense of the mixed messages they receive. By Karen Bryant-Mole.1997. Class: 613.85
1850: Health and Friends
KS2. A colourful book discussing the importance of friends, to share experiences with, confide in, support and build self-confidence. It looks at loneliness and how vital friendship is for our health. By Dorothy Baldwin. 1987. Class: 613
1852: Health and Fitness In Focus
KS3&4. A close look at science and technology in relation to health. Detailed, clear, text, photographs and diagrams provide a lively informative introduction to the relevance of scientific concepts in everyday life. By Hilary Tunnicliffe. 1991. Class: 613
1853: Health and Disease
KS1&2.An explanation of why a balanced diet , regular exercise and visits to the dentist can improve or health. Photos and clear text also help to explain how the body fights infection and how vaccines work. By Bronwen Murison. 1987. Class: 613
1854: Children Need Health Care
KS2&3. A look at the wider issues of health in developing countries, disease prevention and global health care. Provides an introduction to some of the worlds ethical questions around the effects of poverty, poor nutrition and pollution. By Edwina Connor. Class: 613
1855: Healthy Learning Songs
KS1. Full of songs to sing games to play and projects to do, this offers a wealth of activities for children to share which are both educational and enjoyable. By Professor Dogg's Troupe. 1989. Class: 613
1856: Making it From 12-20- How To Survive Your Teens
KS3&4. From drugs to sex, pregnancy to STI's, hygiene to sexuality, feelings to masturbation and parents friendship and relationships, this looks at many of the issues and factors which impact young people as they face there teens. By A&I Parsons. 1988. Class: 613
1857: The Don't Spoil Your Body Book
KS2. A positive look at how the body works and how to keep it healthy with an explanation of the damage drugs, alcohol and solvent abuse can have. By Claire Rayner.1989. Class: 613
1962: What Happens When You Grow?
KS1.A clear and simple text, bright illustrations and opportunity for experiments, provide an introduction to growth and how the body works and reacts under this everyday circumstance. By Joy Richardson. 1987. Class: 612.6
1979: Nurses Uniform
3-5yrs. Blue and white check nurses dress with elasticated metal belt .
2027: Old Age
KS3&4.Real Life stories provide a sensitive look at some of the difficulties people face when they reach old age and the many things people have achieved despite their years. By Lee Tomey. 1976. Class: 305.26
2031: Let's Discuss-Old Age.
KS3&4. An exploration of both the positive aspects and the problems of growing old, stressing the need for readjustment of attitudes towards old age by young and old alike. By Roger Halls. 1988. Class: 305.26
2076: Ambulance Crew
KS1.Colour photos and simple text show a day in the life of an ambulance crew for the younger reader. Alison Cooper & Diana Bentley. 1990. Class: 362.18
2121: Anatomy Of An Accident
KS4. A thought provoking look at the effects of drinking alcohol and driving. Class: 363.12
2139: My Job-Doctor
KS1. Colour photos and simple text provide a fascinating look at a day in the life of a doctor for the younger reader. By Tim Wood. 1989 Class: 610.695
2140: Beating Heart Disease
A large booklet promoting healthier lifestyles to maintain healthy hearts. By Department of Health. Class: 612.17
2144: People Who Have Helped The World: - Florence Nightingale.
KS3&4. A fascinating look at the life story of the "Lady Of The Lamp". An amazingly resourceful woman who changed the face of hospital care and made Nursing a respected and skilled profession. By Pam Brown. 1988. Class: 610.73
2145: Nurse
KS1. A simple yet informative look at what is involved in being a nurse. By Anne Stewart. 1986. Class: 610.73
2147: My Job-Nurse
KS1. Colour photos and simple text provide a fascinating look at a day in the life of a nurse for the younger reader. By Tim Wood. 1989 Class: 610.73
2149: My Visit To The Doctor
KS1.A gentle introduction, with colour photos and text, to visiting the doctor. For the younger reader. Diana Bentley. 1989. Class: 610.69
2150: People Who Have Helped The World: - Albert Schweitzer
KS3&4. The story of the life and work of the great peacemaker and humanitarian. By James Bentley. 1988. Class: 610.294
2151: Looking Back At Medicine
KS2&3. A fascinating look through illustrations facts and information at how medicine has developed and changed throughout history.1988. Class: 610
2152: Medicine
Primary.A lively look at how medical knowledge and treatment has developed in the past century. By John Aylett. 1990. Class: 610
2155: People Who Help Us- Nurse
KS1. This lively book follows the story of Tony, a nurse as he works on the accident and emergency ward at a busy hospital. By Alison Cooper. 1990. Class: 610.73
2305: Being Me and Tobacco Free
An activity book using simple language to explain what tobacco is, how it is used and why it is bad for our health. For Foundation and KS1.
2340: Drugosaurs
Activity book shows how drug abuse causes 10 Drugosaurs to become extinct. Each Drugosaur has a full page picture with information on its fate. The opposite page provides more information including street names and short and long term effects. For KS2.
2342: The facts about Amphetamines
Book that explains how the drug works, its effects on the body and physical and emotional development. For KS4
2343: The facts about Cocaine
Book that explains how the drug works, its effects on the body and physical, mental and emotional development. For KS4.
2344: The facts about Heroin
The book explains how the drug works and describes the effects on the body and physical, mental and emotional development. For KS4.
2345: The facts about Depressants
Book explains how the drugs work and describes the effects on the body and physical, mental and emotional development. For KS4.
2346: The facts about LSD and other hallucinogens
Book explains how the drugs work and the effects on the body and physical, mental and emotional development. For KS4.
2347: The facts about Marijuana
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.
2348: The facts about Ecstasy
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.
2349: The facts about Inhalants
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.
2350: The facts about Alcohol
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.
2351: The facts about Steroids
Book explains the short-term and long-term effects the drug has on the body and how it affects physical, mental and emotional development. Aims to help people recognise problems and find solutions. For KS4.
2373: Need to know Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Book that covers the sexual issues facing teenagers including risks of STIs, their prevention and treatment. KS3 and 4
2374: Need to know Teenage Sex
Book that covers the sexual issues facing teenagers including puberty, attitudes towards sex and consequences that can occur. KS3 and 4
2444: Clean and Healthy
Book to help pupils learn the how and why of personal hygiene. Covers how germs are spread, reasons to brush your teeth and other aspects of personal hygiene. For KS1
2445: A visit to the Dentist
Story follows young charcacter called Munks who makes a trip to the dentist. Details about the equipment and procedures are provided from muks' point of view. For KS1
2681: Work with Young Women
This handbook contains a range of activities that address topics such as: body image, positive relationships, peer choice, alcohol issues, and healthy lifestyles. 162 pages
2783: Brain Games
A collection of 170 photocopiable exercises that fall into 7 different categories: 1) Memory activities 2) Activities for history, geography, and science 3) Language and writing 4) Thinking activities 5) Maths 6) Activities related to the world of work and future careers 7) Understanding their own interests and values.
2807: Food cards (Phunky foods)
50 drawings of range of food. 5 drawings of Balance of Good Health plate model. 6 cards with ideas for activities for KS1 and KS2
2809: Artie Beat likes to .....
Artie Beat likes to have fun playing with his friends in all sorts of active ways. It helps him to keep happy, fit and healthy. Artie Beat know that a healthy heart lives in a healthy body. For Foundation, KS1
2810: Artie Beat's picnic
Artie Beat plans a picnic with his friends. They have fun choosing the food to take. Find out what sort of food they will get for Artie's picnic. For Foundation, KS1

Teach

145: Health Education for Key Stages 3 & 4
11-16 years. A teachers' handbook covering substances, sex education, family life education, safety, health-related exercise, food & nutrition, personal hygiene and environmental & psychological aspects. Provides activities and discussion issues. 1994 Class: HE
179: Cross Curricular Themes, Skills & Dimensions 3: Health Education
Based on existing good practice. Provides guidance; gives examples of content, process and methodology; provides teaching and learning exemplars; suggests some teaching and learning contexts. See also 'Book 1' (Personal & Social). 1991. Class: HE
321: Health Skills for Life, Key Stage 3
Both a guide to planning a health education programme and a wealth of activities, advice and worksheets to help implement it. 1994. Class: HE
452: Health Skills for Life, Key Stage 4
Both a guide to planning a health education programme and a wealth of activities, advice and worksheets to help implement it. 1994. Class: HE
483: Stairway to Health
Key Stage 4. An introduction to health education offering ideas and classroom strategies and 25 lessons with handouts. 1994. Class: HE
498: That's Like Me
Primary. About using children's literature to develop health education in primary schools. 1994. Class: HE
527: Skills for the Primary School Child, part 2
4-11 years. 32 lesson cards to supplement part 1. Covers the 5 cross-curricular themes. 1993. Class: HE
545: Developing a Health-Promoting Primary School
A practical handbook provides guidance on the development of policies and practices which will support a whole-school approach to health education. 1996. Class: HE
561: Health Assessment
Key Stages 3 & 4, PSE & adults. Encourages people to look at their own lifestyle and think about how it affects their own health and maybe that of others. 1992. Class: HE
562: Health for Life: a guide for health promoting schools
Primary. Contains ideas and strategies, and a series of training workshops for use in whole-day or twilight sessions. It is a practical resource for all primary schools. 1995. Class: HE
585: Ups and Downs
Primary/special needs. Board game about personal hygiene.
626: Healthy Living Resource Bank: KS2
KS2. Contains a range of classroom resources including an A1 poster to focus lessons, lesson plans & photocopiable pages. Covers diet, exercise, keeping safe, human life cycle, sexual relationships, birth & death. By Dilys Went. 1999. Class: HE
783: Health & Self
12-16+ years. Revised version of "Health Education 13-18" & "Teaching about HIV & AIDS". Introduction for teachers, Book 1 (12-14 year olds), Book 2 (14-16 year olds), Book 3 (16 + year olds), Book 4 (Teaching about HIV & AIDS). 1991. Class: HE
820: Skills for the Primary School Child, part 1
4-11 years. Personal & social (& health) education, containing 4 components: the manual (rationale, background, guidelines), schools' workshops, parents' workshops and 30 lesson cards around group work & co-operative learning. 1990. Class: HE
837: Child-to Child: a Resource Book
An approach to health education which encourages children to take an active part in promoting their own health & that of other children, their families & communities. Based on child-centred, active-learning methods. 1992. Class: HE
852: My Body
7-11 years. Teaching materials on how the body works and the importance of staying healthy. Teacher's guide and classroom card set of 60 information and activity cards. See also "Promoting Health In Primary Schools". 1991. Class: HE
871: Guideline for the Management of Children with HIV Infection
Aimed at paediatricians. 1992. Class: HVA
983: Get Fit!
Game about fitness, personal hygiene, diet, weight, smoking and dental health.
984: Blueprints Health Education: Key Stage 1
Structured around nine units: medicines & drugs, growing up, families, being safe, exercising, healthy eating, keeping clean, the environment, feeling good. Teacher's resource book & pupil's copymaster book. 1992. Class: HE
985: Blueprints Health Education: Key Stage 2
Structured around nine units: medicines & drugs, growing up, families, being safe, exercising, healthy eating, keeping clean, the environment, feeling good. Teacher's resource book & pupil's copymaster book. 1992. Class: HE
986: Happy Heart 2
Key Stage 2. About the relationship between heart health and physical activity. See also "Promoting Health In Primary Schools". 1990. Class: HE
987: Happy Heart 1
Key Stage 1. About the relationship between heart health and physical activity. See also "Promoting Health In Primary Schools". 1990. Class: HE
999: Busy Bodies
Primary. Teacher's guide, workbook, booklets and posters covering germs, teeth, hair and sleep. 1988. Class: HE
1027: Getting Personal: Primary Health
7-11 years. Worksheets for students. Covers the nine areas of NCC5: Health Education. 1992. Class: HE
1028: Getting Personal: Personal Health
Secondary. Activities for students. Considers stereotypes, communication, puberty, first aid, smoking, drugs, relaxation and more. 1989. Class: HE
1035: Chalkface Project: Health for Life
Secondary. Designed to support students in making informed decisions about their health. Covers an individual's development from birth to adulthood. 1992 Class: HE
1036: Chalkface Project: Healthy Environment
Secondary. Designed to support students in making informed decisions about their health. Covers health & safety at home and at work, personal hygiene, and environmental health. 1992. Class: HE
1040: Big Bert's 'Good Health' Pack
Photopack. Class: HE
1063: Team Development
A manual of facilitation for health educators and health promoters. Provides a brief introduction to team theory reinforced by over 70 activities and supporting handouts. 1992. Class: TM
1229: Head Lice Guidance
For all educational establishments. Provides information and guidance for the treatment of Head Lice infestations. Class: HE
1242: Healthy Teeth For Life
KS2. An educational project pack on keeping healthy teeth and protecting them from the things that cause tooth decay. By Oral-B. Class: HE
1243: Teethwise
Primary. Activities and information cards provide fun structured teaching about healthy teeth. Class: HE
1255: Folic Acid Education Pack
KS3&4. Photocopies, factual information and fascinating activities enhance young peoples knowledge about healthy and responsible lifestyles, working to prevent the disability and distress associated with neural tube defects. By Health Education Authority. Class: HE
1260: Dental Health Project For Infants
Provides infant teachers with a wealth of practical materials for a fascinating project on dental health. By Crest. Class: HE
1333: Look after your heart
7 - 11 years. Teacher's folder containing photocopiable card information about the heart and how it works. Also includes an activity booklet. Class: HE
1340: Whole School-Healthy School
An essential guide to the health promoting school helping in developing school ethos, the curriculum and links with the family and the community. Class: HE
1347: At Least Five A Day
Strategies to increase vegetable and fruit consumption and so improve the health of the nation and decrease coronary heart disease. By National Heart Forum. 1997. Class: HE
1534: Childhood Anaemia & Oral Health Community Resource Pack.
Nursery/Lower Primary. Teaching Pack designed to be used with young children/parents/carers/schools etc to raise awareness of correct dental health, childhood anaemia and healthy eating. Contains teachers resource books and children's activities. 2000. Class: HE
1577: Heart Health - activities for peer educators
One of a series of resources for peer educators. Contains guidance on the role of peer educators, background information on the issue, activities for use by peer educators and a case study. By Youth Clubs UK. 1997. Class: HE
2207: Bright Ideas: Inspirations for cross curricular themes
KS1/KS2. Offers a structured yet flexible approach to cross-curricular themes. Covers economic awareness, health education, careers guidance, environment, citizenship & project themes. By Alistair Ross. 1993. Class: L
2228: Healthy Bones - New Edition
KS1/KS2. Focuses on the health of bones, later introducing work on growth, nutrition & physical activity. Contains curriculum planner, ideas for activities & templates for bone displays. 2003. Class: HE
2229: The Bug Investigators
KS2. Looks at micro-organisms & personal health. Contains Fact Files, Teachers Notes, pupil activities and a chart. Covers hand washing, germs, antibiotics, illnesses etc. Class: HE
2230: Answers: Pack 1 - Ages 7-9 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 posters which form a comprehensive, primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2231: Answers: Pack 2 - Ages 9-11 years
KS2. Resource book and 24 full colour A3 Posters which form a comprehensive primary PSHE course. Contains approx. 100 activity sheets & detailed guidance. By John Foster. 1994. Class: L
2252: Simple Anatomy Flip Chart
KS1 & KS2. Spiral bound collection of 10 large charts of human anatomical body systems, with a hook for hanging up. Class: 612
2321: Alcohol awareness manual
Examines all aspects of use and abuse of alcohol. Includes explanations of how it affects different parts of the body. For KS4
2333: Drug Scenario Settings
12 flashcards using colouful graphics help pupils broaden their knowledge of drug use and misuse. Encorages pupils to talk about their feelings and responses to situations and settings in which drugs might be used. For KS3 and 4.
2357: Rachel Miller's diary
This CD Rom follows the investigation of rachel Miller, a bright popular 15 year old who has been using drugs. Includes video documentary, casebook, drug facts file and drug quiz. Comes with teacher's guide. For KS3 and 4
2359: Drugs - Hazards in the Home
Resource pack that looks at different products found in the kitchen, bathroom and garden cupboards. Helps pupils develop awareness of hazards. For KS2 and 3
2365: Drug Pics 1
Pack illustrates legal and illegal substances as well as good and bad drugs and medicines. Pack includes 17 illustrated cards, lesson plans, activities and worksheets. For KS3 and 4
2366: Drug Pics 2
Pack illustrates legal and illegal substances as well as good and bad drugs and medicines. Pack includes 17 illustrated cards, lesson plans, activities and worksheets. For KS2 and 3
2368: Primary School Sex and Relationships
This is a toollkit of resources and activities which can be adapted to a scholl's needs. Has sample workshops to support staff training, working with parensta nd governors and managing sensitive issues. For KS1 and 2
2369: Contraception - The Board game
This game encourages young people to discuss safe sex, sexual health and contraception in a relaxed, constructive peer-group setting. As the players move around the game they come into contact with various agencies where advice adn sexual health services can be accessed. Includes dealing with unwanted pressure. Comes with teacher's notes. For 2 - 6 palyers or teams. For KS3 and 4
2370: Contraception
CD Rom with game format designed to make talking about sexual ehalth behaviour and choices easier and more informative. Players test their knowledge of sexual health, contraceptio and risky behaviours and think through some dilemmas. Encourages responsible behaviour. Includes printable questions, situations and graphics for review and further activities. For 1- 6 players or teams. For KS3 and 4,.
2371: Sex and Consequences Game
Game which encourages players to think about their actions. Players are rewarded for knowing facts about STIs, pregnancy and sexual activity. players faced with dilemmas. For 2 - 8 players or teams. For KS3 and 4.
2388: Health and Safety Activities
Includes 90 ready-to-use games, puzzles and worksheets. Includes full answers for the teachers. For KS1, KS2 & KS3
2403: The Teen Relationship workbook
Workbook to help teens develop healthy relationships and prevent domestic violence. Organised into sections that include evaluating relationships, understanding abuse, recognising social influences, building healthy relationships and making good decisions. Has 68 worksheets. For KS3 & KS4.
2422: Fitness dice
2 jumbo dice help make exercise funa nd exciting. One die features exercises suh as push-ups, jumping jacks etc. Other die has numbers form 2 - 12. Pupils roll one die to find out what they're doing and 2nd die to find quantity. Die 10cmx10cmx10cm
2426: Pedometer Power
67 activities for how to use pedometers with pupils. For KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4
2428: Fitdeck Jr. Exercise playing cards
Deck of c50 ards to get pupils moving and keep them active. features image, explanation, and tips for specific exercises. Also contains wild cards that allow pupils to choose their own exercise. Comes with booklet with ideas for more than 70 games. for all ages
2429: Super Size Me
DVD. School version of documentary. Includes multimedia features such as pop-up factoids that provide relevant and compelling information related to the issues in the film, branching pop-up menus to allow users to access learning activities and bonus features that challenge pupils to make appropriate nutritional choices. Includes printable teacher's guide and pupil handouts. 98 mins. For KS3, KS4
2431: 8 Glasses of water a day
Large illustrated laminated poster (46cmx61cm) highlighting some of the reasons to drink water. for KS1 & KS2
2432: Savour the Spectrum
6 colourful attractive laminated charts to help teach the value of eating a range of fruti and vegetables. 43cm x 56cm. For all ages.
2436: Healthy Eating and Exercise
CD Rom with 8 games that teacher children what foods make up a healthy meal, healthy snacks and why junk food should be avoided. Has comic characters, upbeat music and funny sounds to amke the games more fun. Includes downloadable activity pages. for KS1 & KS2
2437: Food and Nutrition Clever Catch ball
Ball covered with 95 questions about food and nutrition. Comes with answer guide and suggestions for play. 41cm ball. For KS2 & KS3
2451: Raising Awareness about your Skin
CD Rom and book about sun safety. Topics include consequences of too much sun exposure, risk factors, prevention, tanning beds. For KS3 & KS4.
2454: Health Teaching Twisters
Provides word scrambles, word searches, crosswords and worksheets on healthy eating, fitness, substance abuse, tobacco use and sexuality. For KS3 & KS4
2455: Health for Life Ages 4 - 7
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS1
2456: Health for Life Ages 8 -11
Books with emphasis on citizenship and emotional well-being but covering real-life topics. Has curriculum action planners, teaching strategies, activities and worksheets on growth, safety, healthy lifestyles, relationships, nutrition, drugs, loss and separation. For KS2
2457: Real Health for Real lives Ages 10 -11
30 lesson plans to challenge pupils to put lessons about PSHE & Citizenship into practice.
2459: My Amazing Human Body
CD Rom featuring 'Seemore Skinless' in a variety of games and activities to answer the common questions about the human body. Has activities suh as 'build-a-body' and a day in the life of Seemore that teaches pupils about anatomy, health, nutrition and more. Includes printable handouts. For KS2
2465: Emotional Intelligence Games
144 cards using game format in 10 areas: anger management, communication, problem-solving, self-image, awareness, responsibility, stress control, compassion, relating and handling emotion. For KS2.
2496: Big Book of Blobs
Photocopiable collection of blob pictures to promote discussion on: places, issues, occasions, personal development. Each picture accompanied by ideas and questions. Comes with CD Rom. For Foundation, KS1, KS2.
2567: Muppet Mouth Puppets Asian Boy
Large full body glove puppet with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2568: Muppet Mouth Puppet: Asian Girl
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2569: Muppet Mouth Puppet: Black boy
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2570: Muppet Mouth Puppet. Black girl
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2571: Muppet Mouth Puppet. White boy
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2572: Muppet Mouth Puppet. White girl
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2573: Muppet Mouth Puppet. Grandad
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2574: Muppet Mouth Puppet. Grandma
Large full body glove puppets with superb mouth movements designed for all hand sizes. Each puppet is 60cm tall.
2576: Puppets at Large
Inspirational book on how to introduce puppets to your class. Covers; breathing life into your puppets, linking the learning, using photographs to support learning, props and accessories. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2579: The Crescent
24 stories that introduce the concept of moral values. based on people who live in The Crescent. Themes include; giving & taking, bullying & friendship, honesty & lies, birth & new arrivals, environmental issues. With every story there's a warm-up exercise, circle time discussion, supplementary ideas, curriculum links, photocopiable worksheets. Includes CD Rom for easy copying. For KS1
2581: Pip Puppet
Pip is designed to encourage and develop communication skills. Has an expressive face, moveable tongue, moveable arms and hands, can have hearing aid fitted. 66cm tall For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2582: Molly Puppet
Molly is designed to encourage and develop communication skills. Has an expressive face, moveable tongue, moveable arms and hands, can have hearing aid fitted. 66cm tall For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2609: First Choices
18 short stories based on lifestyle of children highlighting essential choices. Covers environment, stealing, lying, social behaviours, justice, loss, grief, separation, prejudice, disability, risk. Includes CD Rom of all the stories and colour illustrations. For KS1
2610: Good Choices
12 short stories based on lifestyle of children highlighting essential choices. Covers caught in the act, the lie, no difference allowed, labelled, getting justice, bullying, graffiti gang, losing gran, the split, the cheat, breaking the rules, coping with change. Includes CD Rom of all the stories and colour illustrations. For KS2
2611: Life Choices
12 short stories based on lifestyle of adolescents highlighting essential choices. Covers bullying, vandalism, disability, running away, cheating, teenage pregnancy, alcohol, first love, awkward relatives, drugs, fame, criminal behaviour. Pupils participate ina ctivities and discussions and rewrite the story from a different viewpoint. Wide range of choices and outcomes. Includes CD Rom. For KS3, KS4
2615: What do you think?
Book to help teach about how to deal with daily dilemmas. Over 70 activities covering range of issues such as sharing space, sparing feelings, respecting privacy, drugs, smoking, cheating. For KS1, KS2
2616: What would you do if? Choices
30 laminated cards which present situations as discussion prompts. has CD Rom with worksheets. Choices is about rapid decisions to be made. For KS3, KS4
2619: What If? cards. KS2
100 decision making situation cards. Each card includes a real-life situation and has different possible answers. For KS2
2620: What If? cards. KS3
100 decision making situation cards. Each card includes a real-life situation and has different possible answers. For KS3
2625: Making waves
Resource showing you how to use parachute games. Shows you how to get started with a parachute, develop active and reflective games and how to end a session calmly. For all ages.
2629: Controversy! cards
48 cards each with a controversial statement to provoke discussion. For KS3, KS4
2633: The Giant Encyclopaedia of Circle Time and Group Activities
600 activities covering circle time tips, bodies, clothes, emotions, friendship, games, multicultural, self concept, sign language, starting school. For Foundation, KS1
2648: Bright Ideas - Circle Time
Well-laid-out with bright ideas for effective strategy for teaching PSHE and citizenship. Icludes chapters on: developing confidence, preparing to be an active citizen, heeping healthy, developing good relationship. 95 pages.
2649: Circle Time - 10 Minutes Ideas
Quick, inspirational and educational activities packed with games, songs, action, rhymes, and stories that will help children to work together and develop their esteen. Includes 60 activities covering areas such as: personal, social, emotional development, communication, language and literacy. Mathematical and physical development.
2650: Circle Time Activities CD Rom
Cd rom providing structured and progressive Circle Time activities covering topics such as: listening, respectingthe views of others, turn talking, sharing, taking risks, kindness, friends, watching, body language, living with others, following rules, what do I want from schools, how much be people be paid, playtime, what is a family? and others. Each activities includes objectives
2652: Circle Time Activities CD Rom
Cd Rom providing structured and progressive set of Circle Time activities. topics covered includes: communication skills, family and culture, and society. Activities includes learning objective, key questions, teacher's notes, and a plenary session.
2681: Work with Young Women
This handbook contains a range of activities that address topics such as: body image, positive relationships, peer choice, alcohol issues, and healthy lifestyles. 162 pages
2780: Brain Gym - Teacher's Edition
The companion guide to the Brain Gym book. Provides an in-depth explanations of what each Brain Gym activity effects and ways to use them differently and more effective. This book is essential reading for all educators.
2781: Hands On
Hands On gives the teacher practical, visual, step-by-step ideas on how to implement the Brain Gym movements when teaching reading, handwriting, spelling and maths.
2782: Learning Gym
Using the Brain movement, this booklet contains creative activities to aid concentration and calm pupils but also energize at the same time.
2795: Just Another Game?
Gambling education materials for 13 - 19 years old. Pack contains 12 sessions, 19 photocopiable handouts, range of ice breakers, flashcards, fact sheets to raise young people's awareness about gambling issues. Has CD Rom.
2796: You bet!
Gambling education materials for 11 - 16 year olds. Resource has 10 lessons for KS3, 8 lessons for KS4. Photocopiable handouts for pupils and information sheets for pupils and parents. Also CD Rom
2797: The Tooth
Foam model showing structure of tooth. Model 36cm high
2798: Functional Foods
Resource pack with cards, quizzes, information sheets and case studeis about food and role in growth, development and diseases. For KS3, KS4
2799: Healthy Teeth
Big book covers how we take care of our teeth. Includes personal hygiene, healthy eating, dental care. KS1, KS2
2806: Healthy Eating
Three part interactive CD from Phunky Foods focusing on importance of and constituents of healthy balanced diet. part 1: Plate of Health. uses balance of Good Health and ask children to put foods into correct food groups. Part2. Eat more of/eat less of asks children to sort foods into these two groups. Part 3. Looks at role of different foods in our body and their key nutrients.
2807: Food cards (Phunky foods)
50 drawings of range of food. 5 drawings of Balance of Good Health plate model. 6 cards with ideas for activities for KS1 and KS2
2811: Fun with Flour
Teaching resource from Flour Advisory Bureau looking at growing, milling, cooking with flour. Looks at grain chain, breads, sandwiches. Has photocopiable sheets with teacher's notes. For Foundation and KS1
2812: Energy balance pack
Teaching resource looking at energy in foods and need to make sure we use enough energy in exercise, growing etc. Topics include, energy diary, pedometers, lunchboxes, Balance of Good Health, exercise. Series of photocopiable information and work sheets. From Flour Advisory Bureau. For KS2
2813: Our food, our world.
A let's eat photopack and CD-Rom for ages 5 to 9 by Oxfam. Features 5 children from France, Thailand, South Africa, Mexico, Indai. Looks at what children eat, where food comes from, how it gets to our tables, cooking, preparing, storing food, food in celebrations. Pack has 32 full colour photocards with text and discussion points, photocopiable resource sheets for literacy, science, geography, PSHE, Citizenship, recipes, CD Rom with all resources for use on interactive whiteboards.
2818: Pictures of Health
Covers 62 issues such as friendship, personal safety, growing up and citizenship. This colourful and creative book provides stimulating ideas and activities, that can help children understand and take responsibility for their own health and well being, as well as learning to respect others. Each theme contains display, learning objectives, whole calss starting points, cross curricular activities.
2819: Keeping healthy, staying safe: a child's eye view
4 films on DVD beach safety, fireworks safety, street safety and getting lost, keeping healthy. Each topic has 2 sections: mini documentary featuring a family and a section of child in school meeting an expert. Includes CD with teacher digital book with background information, learning ideas and links to national organisations
2820: Bee bot fruit and vegetable cards
Program the Bee-Bot to show which fruit or vegetables you like/dislike. Contains 16 PVC cards.
2821: Sandwich work cards
5 A4 cards are ideal for use in QCA unit3B Sandwiches. The 5 work cards include photocopiable design sheets,sandwich and filling investigation sheets and a step-by-step progress card
2825: Phunky Tunes
Songs and lyrics on 5-a-day, being fit, growing you own grub. Different lyrics for KS1 and KS2.
2826: Grandad the Greengrocer
Interactive big book telling the story of Emily and her Grandad who grows all his own fruit and vegetables. Includes 8 pdf worksheets. From Phunky Foods.
2827: Phunky Powerpoints
Full colour powerpoints on CD covering 1. Living and non-living things 2. Where does my stir-fry come from? 3. Food safety and hygiene 4. Food poisoning 5. Handwashing. Suitable for KS1 and KS2.
2828: Milk
CD Rom covering 1. The story of milk 2. Milk mastermind 3. Milk facts 4. Milk song. Alos has teacher's notes and key words on CD. For KS1 and KS2.
2835: Keeping Healthy. Essentials
book contains information, key facts and suggested activitie s to help develop a healthy lifestyle. Covers teeth, hair, eating, eating disorders, puberty, first aid, road/water safety, contraception, STI, drinking, smoking, drugs, mental health, allergies. For KS3
2840: F2. Leap into Life
Resource for Foundation and KS1 to deliver physical literacy. Centred on 4 strands; functional movement, aesthetic movement, manipulative skills, movement concepts. Has learning intentions, observation focus and progression for all aspects.
2841: F1. Leap into Life
Resource for Foundation and KS1 to deliver physical literacy. Centred on 4 strands; functional movement, aesthetic movement, manipulative skills, movement concepts. Has learning intentions, observation focus and progression for all aspects.
2842: Physical Development Resource File
For Foundation stage. Has detailed sessions plans in an easy-to-use format on movement, sense of space, using equipment, using tools and materials. Also has ideas for activity fun day and for assessment.
2845: Puberty and sexuality for Learning disabilities
Award winning teaching pack to teach learning disabled children (9-18yo) about puberty and sexuality. Uses an array of resources incl dance, movement, role play, experiential learning.
2846: Friend or Foe
A sexual exploitation and relationships education programme.4 sessions: Positive & negative relationships; peer pressure; sexual exploitation; interventions and services.
2848: Let's get cooking.
Pack that tells you how to set up a 'Let's get cooking' club.

Video/DVD/CD

617: All Year Round: 2
6-8 years. Science and health education linked with NC Science AT 1-3. Seeks to develop observing, explaining, communicating, pattern seeking, experimenting and applying information. Topics matched to seasons. Moving, how things move, playing with air. Class: 500
618: All Year Round: 1
6-8 years. Science and health education linked with NC Science AT 1-3. Seeks to develop observing, explaining, communicating, pattern seeking, experimenting and applying information. Topics matched to seasons. Breathing, feeding, growing, resting. Class: 500
962: From Top...To Toe
Clarks sponsored video aimed at mothers (parents?). A foot health education programme. Birmingham Health Education Unit does not endorse any products advertised in this video. 10 minutes. Class: 610
2245: Health Beats - Body Parts
KS2. CD which features interactive journeys around the human body. Explains how the various parts work via animated interactive illustrations, activities, quizzes & games. Class: HE
2286: The human body
KS3/KS4/Adult. DVD. BBC documentary series tracing the story of life from birth to death. Shows how the body works & develops at each stage & details the numerous daily dramas that occur within the body. 393 mins. With user guide. 2001. Class: DVD 610
2309: Smoke in your Face
DVD looks at the health hazards of secondhand smoke. 16 mins. For KS3 and 4 Class: DVD
2312: Healthy Choices
Discusses tobacco and alcohol and how to make healthy choices to look after their bodies. For KS2. 15 mins Class: DVD
2313: Superheroes vs Smoking
Mark thinks about joining his friends for a smoke until 3 heroes teach him what smoking will do to his body. Mark decides not to smoke and the heroes give him tips on resisting peer pressure. For KS1 and 2. 15mins Class: DVD
2314: Teens and Tobacco
A doctor presents medical facts about the risks of using tobacco and teens share their attitudes to smoking. Looks at how and why people start smoking. 19 mins. For KS3 and 4 Class: DVD
2316: Teen Drinking: You don't have to do it.
Billy starts drinking to impress his friends but ends up binge drinking, date rape and finally prison after he crashes his car and kills two people. 19 mins. For KS4 and above. Class: DVD
2317: Drugs and Alcohol
4 programmes covering different aspects of alcohol, drugs and information for teachers on drug education in the curriculum. For KS2 and above. 75mins (for all 4 progs) Class: DVD
2322: Sooper Puppy
11 vol series featuring live action puppet to present common childhood dilemmas such as self-esteem, peer pressure, discrimination, emotions and decision making. For KS1 and 2. 16- 21 mins each programme Class: DVD
2325: Alcohol and Your Mind and Body
DVD showing pleasures of a few drinks against consequences that may include embarrassment, accidents, loss of job, loss of friends and possibly death. Doctors, former alcoholics and police discuss how alcohol can affect people. For KS4. 30mins Class: DVD
2328: Binge Drinking Blowout
The serious and potentially deadly realities of binge drinking are covered including alcoholic poisoning, loss of control leading to poor judgement, consequences of mixing different drinks, mixing drinking and other drugs and drinking and driving. For KS4. 27 mins Class: DVD
2330: Binge Drinking
Explains what binge drinking is, describes its effects and consequences and suggests ways to reduce alcohol consumption and for drinking responsibly. For KS3 and 4. 22mins Class: DVD
2334: Risky Situations
Looks at risky situations young adults could face including alcohol, smoking, illegal drugs and crime. Looks at how people get into risky situations and possible ways of dealing with them. For KS3 and 4. 24mins Class: DVD
2335: Life Stuff: The A-Z of drugs
Three 25 min programmes of factual information about drug use and misuse. Distinguishes myth from reality and provides an overview of the issues of drugs. For KS4. Class: DVD
2336: Heroin Kids
Combines facts with personal experiences of young people. Includes accounts from youg people recovering from heroin addiction, families of heroin users and a doctor who has worked with heorin addicts. For KS3 and 4. 21mins Class: DVD
2337: Heroin story: remember Suzi
Suzi is a teenagers who has everything but loses it all because of her heroin addiction. Also discusses ways to get help. For KS3 and 4. 21 mins Class: DVD
2338: Real Smart about Drugs
Using a fast paced TV show format this DVD explains what a drug is, lists types of drugs, sorts drugs into categories and describes the effects certain drugs have on the body. KS3 and 4. 23mins Class: DVD
2339: McGruff and Drug free Kids
Featues McGruff, the crime dog, who explains why drugs are dangerous and shows young people how to deal with peer pressure to try drugs. For KS1 and 2. 17mins Class: DVD
2341: A Loaded Gun
Dangers of volatile substances are covered. Includes video (11mins), teacher's manual and sample leaflets. For KS3 and 4.
2352: Peer Intervention: Drug Abuse
Programme offers suggestions for young people who want to help their friends stop using alcohol or other drugs. Provides reasonable options and shows ways of intervening. Also teaches people when not to handle situations alone. For KS3 and 4. 17mins Class: DVD
2353: Inhalants: A Deadly High
Programme looks at dangers of inhaling chemicals (which are legal, easy to obtain, inexpensive and seemingly harmless). Describes short-term and long-term effects of inhalant abuse. For Ks3 and 4. 16 mins Class: DVD
2354: McGruff's Drug Alert
Crime dog McGruff teaches children the dangers of both legal and illegal drugs. Also discusses peer pressure to take drugs. For KS1 and 2. 11mins Class: DVD
2358: Teen Files Flipped
hard hitting and realistic programme follows 2 drug addicted teens whose lives are 'flipped' for a day to see the realities of drug addiction. Both teens see other drug users and what they do. Comes with teacher's notes. For KS4. 21 mins Class: DVD
2360: Medicines, Drugs and Poisons
Children learn how to protect their bodies from dangerous substances by following the humourous adventures of Zork, an inquisitive space creature. They learn to distinguish between helpful and harmful drugs. For KS1 and 2. 11mins Class: DVD
2361: Cocaine and Human Physiology
The damage by cocaine, whether snorted, injected or smoked is covered by a series of testimonials and statistics. Also includes freebasing and crack. For KS4. 20mins Class: DVD
2362: Steroids: What every young athlete must know
Programme includes interviews with training director, young athletes and body builders. Features lively discussion about use of steroids and problem of drug use in sport. For KS3 and 4. 18mins Class: DVD
2364: Marijuana and Human Physiology
Programme helps to dispel myth that marijuana is a harmless recreational drug. It discusses the damaging effects of marijuana on mind and body. For KS3 and 4. 22 mins Class: DVD
2376: Sex Smart for Teens: STIs
With an emphasis on prevention this DVD shows how an 'it won't happen to me' attitude can be dangerous. Topics include how STIs are transmitted, consequences and prevalence. Comes with teacher's guide. 27 mins. KS3 and 4 Class: DVD
2378: What is love? What is sex?
DVD that examines the issues that arise from sexual realtionships and sexual activity. explores the difference between love and sex, how a person expresses love, how to make healthy choices about sexual activity. Comes with teacher's guide. 28mins. KS3 & KS4 Class: DVD
2379: Life as a Teenage Mum
DVD. Four young mothers are featured. Includes their ideas about motherhood before and after the birth of their child. Discusses physical impact of parenthood, financila demands adn the way a baby can affect relationships with parents, partners and friends. KS3 & KS4. 19 mins Class: DVD
2380: The impact of Parenthood
DVD featuring teenage pregnancy and parenting. Covers how pregnancy occurs, contraception, myhts about not getting pregnant, signs of pregnancy. Includes impact of being a parent. KS4. 32 mins Class: DVD
2385: PSHE and Citizenship collection
DVD of 13 programmes on different aspects of citizenship and PSHE. covers rules, relationships, respect, understanding, decision making, responsibility, environmental awareness and more. Each prog is 13-15 mins. for KS1 & KS2
2429: Super Size Me
DVD. School version of documentary. Includes multimedia features such as pop-up factoids that provide relevant and compelling information related to the issues in the film, branching pop-up menus to allow users to access learning activities and bonus features that challenge pupils to make appropriate nutritional choices. Includes printable teacher's guide and pupil handouts. 98 mins. For KS3, KS4
2433: Daily Food Choices for Healthy Living
DVD about how to apply basic good nutrition to daily life. Pupils learn what and how much to eat and how to avoid eating too many calories or too much fat. For KS3 & KS4. 21 mins
2434: Junk food wars
DVD about vending machines, convenience shops and fast-food restaurants. Illustrates ways for young people to eat nutritiously. Discussion and dramatisations give pupils lots of information about the different kinds of fats and sugars, how to read ingredient labels. Include commentary from nutrition and food policy experts that provides insights into junk food packaging and advertising tactics. For Ks3 & KS4. 30 mins.
2435: Food Facts and Myths
DVD looking at common myths about food and nutrition e.g. whether vitamin supplements are needed for good health, whether chicken is healthier than red meat? For KS3 & KS4. 15 mins
2439: Jamie's School Dinners
DVD of the 4 documentaries when jamie Oliver attempted to improve the quality and nutrtitional value of school dinners. For Ks3 & KS4. 4 x 50mins
2440: When Food is the Enemy
DVD about the major eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia and binge eating. experts and patients provide insights into possible causes and current methods of treatment. Also discusses the underlying emotional issues and potentially serious health complications. For KS3 & KS4. 25 mins
2442: Goofy's Hygiene Game
DVD combining animation, live action and Goofy to turn learning about hygiene into an adventure. Features decision questions about bathing, grooming, dental care, clean clothes and nose blowing. for KS2. 12 mins
2446: Goofy over Dental Health
DVD which makes dental care fun for children. Combines live action and animation to illustrate proper dental hygiene. explains function of teeth and how to care for them whilst emphasising the importance of eating healthily and taking personal responsibilty for good oral hygiene. for KS1 & KS2. 13 mins
2447: Dental Care for Children
DVD which emphasises good nutrition and dental health habits. Demonstrates brushing and cleaning skills to help chidlren understand their role in preventing tooth decay. For Foundation, KS1, KS2
2449: I'm No Fool
DVD with Jiminy cricket (from Pinnochio fame). 12 individual programmes on safety - pedestrian, car, water, bicycle, electricity, fire safety and many more. For KS1 & KS2. each prog 9 -16 mins.
2452: Real Smart about Sun protection
DVD uses a fast-paced TV show format to raise pupils' awareness of the importance of sun protection. Explains the danger of sun exposure and describes types of skin cancer. Emphasises that there is no such thing as safe tan and dispels the myth that having a tan is cool. For KS2 & KS3. 27 mins
2462: Basics of Breast Care
DVD provides facts about structure and function of the breast and discusses malignant and non-malignant breast chanegs. For Ks3 & KS4. 8 mins
2463: Breast Health: Every woman's Responsibility
Uses straightforward manner to explain the 3 steps women can take to promote breast health. Features visit to doctor, mammograms, monthly breast self-examinations. For KS4. 10 mins
2806: Healthy Eating
Three part interactive CD from Phunky Foods focusing on importance of and constituents of healthy balanced diet. part 1: Plate of Health. uses balance of Good Health and ask children to put foods into correct food groups. Part2. Eat more of/eat less of asks children to sort foods into these two groups. Part 3. Looks at role of different foods in our body and their key nutrients.
2825: Phunky Tunes
Songs and lyrics on 5-a-day, being fit, growing you own grub. Different lyrics for KS1 and KS2.
2826: Grandad the Greengrocer
Interactive big book telling the story of Emily and her Grandad who grows all his own fruit and vegetables. Includes 8 pdf worksheets. From Phunky Foods.
2827: Phunky Powerpoints
Full colour powerpoints on CD covering 1. Living and non-living things 2. Where does my stir-fry come from? 3. Food safety and hygiene 4. Food poisoning 5. Handwashing. Suitable for KS1 and KS2.
2828: Milk
CD Rom covering 1. The story of milk 2. Milk mastermind 3. Milk facts 4. Milk song. Alos has teacher's notes and key words on CD. For KS1 and KS2.

Game

1276: Get Fit
An enjoyable board game spelling out the important health messages about fitness, personal hygiene, diet, weight, smoking and dental health.
2260: Our Teeth - multi-layer puzzle
Foundation/KS1. Chunky, wooden, 4 layer jigsaw puzzle that illustrates the structure of a tooth. 10 interchangeable pieces.
2315: Think B4U Drink
Game which aims to reduce underage and binge drinking by encouraging teenagers to think about consequences. Players 'spin the bottle' to move around bottle shaped game of highs and lows of a night out. For KS3 and 4. For 2 - 12 players or teams Class: Game
2320: Look at Alcohol and Tobacco Game
50 cards in game where players answer questions about alcohol and tobaacco including why people drink or smoke, hazards of using and difficulties in quitting. Includes teacher's instructions and study guide with answers. KS3 and 4 Class: Game
2363: Wheel of Misfortune
Game that includes questions about the identification and effects of various drugs. Includes multiple choice questions on drug and alcohol dangers and how to avoid them. Comes with teacher's text. For KS2 and 3.
2369: Contraception - The Board game
This game encourages young people to discuss safe sex, sexual health and contraception in a relaxed, constructive peer-group setting. As the players move around the game they come into contact with various agencies where advice adn sexual health services can be accessed. Includes dealing with unwanted pressure. Comes with teacher's notes. For 2 - 6 palyers or teams. For KS3 and 4
2370: Contraception
CD Rom with game format designed to make talking about sexual ehalth behaviour and choices easier and more informative. Players test their knowledge of sexual health, contraceptio and risky behaviours and think through some dilemmas. Encourages responsible behaviour. Includes printable questions, situations and graphics for review and further activities. For 1- 6 players or teams. For KS3 and 4,.
2371: Sex and Consequences Game
Game which encourages players to think about their actions. Players are rewarded for knowing facts about STIs, pregnancy and sexual activity. players faced with dilemmas. For 2 - 8 players or teams. For KS3 and 4.
2427: Escapades
300 indoor and outdoor games divided into 3 energy levels: low, medium and high. for 2 or more players or teams. For all ages.
2428: Fitdeck Jr. Exercise playing cards
Deck of c50 ards to get pupils moving and keep them active. features image, explanation, and tips for specific exercises. Also contains wild cards that allow pupils to choose their own exercise. Comes with booklet with ideas for more than 70 games. for all ages
2430: Eat 5! game
Game to reinforce the importance of eating plenty of fruits and vegetables. Include 6 criss-cross bingo boards, 54 fruit and vegetable cards, 2 easy-match jigsaw puzzles and instructions for a veriety of activities. For KS1, KS2
2436: Healthy Eating and Exercise
CD Rom with 8 games that teacher children what foods make up a healthy meal, healthy snacks and why junk food should be avoided. Has comic characters, upbeat music and funny sounds to amke the games more fun. Includes downloadable activity pages. for KS1 & KS2
2437: Food and Nutrition Clever Catch ball
Ball covered with 95 questions about food and nutrition. Comes with answer guide and suggestions for play. 41cm ball. For KS2 & KS3
2438: Good Grub game
Game based on Balance of Good Health with BGH 'empty plate' and 72 food ards. Also includes activities to develop knowledge of different food groups. For KS2 & KS3
2775: Warm up! Work out! Bend & Stretch
Warm up!: contains 15 action song, and 11 action rhymes to get children moving. Work Out!: 16 action songs, traditional and original lyrics and music to encourage children to work out while having fun. Bend & Strtch: 16 action songs, musically arranged to promote firness, and learning. Children will love these fun and catchy songs that get them to wiggle, hop, stretch and jump. Includes clear instructions and notes.
2779: Brain Gym - Simple Activities
This book reaches out to all with the message that movement and learning are companions. All the Brain Gym's exercises are illustrated clearly with simple explanations of how to do them.
2782: Learning Gym
Using the Brain movement, this booklet contains creative activities to aid concentration and calm pupils but also energize at the same time.
2783: Brain Games
A collection of 170 photocopiable exercises that fall into 7 different categories: 1) Memory activities 2) Activities for history, geography, and science 3) Language and writing 4) Thinking activities 5) Maths 6) Activities related to the world of work and future careers 7) Understanding their own interests and values.


Parents & Community

Parents & Community


Equip

2239: Hector Puppet
Early Years/KS1/KS2. Hand puppet of "Hector" the dog. Can be used in conjunction with other resources featuring "Hector" or as an individual story time prop. Class: Kit

Pupil

1516: Survivor's guide to families
Secondary. Packed with help and advice to get you through most family dramas, covering handling parents, brothers and sisters, family crises, keeping the peace etc. 1999. By Jeanette Baker. Class: 306.85
1523: Children don't divorce
KS1 & 2. A sensitively written book which looks at separation and divorce from the child's point of view. Can be used as a starting point for discussion with children in this situation. 1991. By Rosemary Stones. Class: 306.89
1525: Why are all families different?
KS1. Answers some of the questions children ask about families. Looks at relatives, grandparents, death, splitting up and stepfamilies. Contains colourful photographs and informative text. 1997. By Mary Atkinson. Class: 306.85
1526: Splitting Up
KS2. Answers many of the questions that children ask when their parents are splitting up, helping to make sense of the confusion, feelings and language which surround the situation. 1992. By Karen Bryant-Mole. Class: 306.89
1531: My family's changing
KS1. Explores the issue of divorce in simple terms. Looks at the fears, worries and questions surrounding this difficult experience. 1998. By Pat Thomas. Class: 306.89
1628: When I was young
KS1. Colourful picture book that traces family life back over 300 years, passing on family memories. One small wooden doll has been around to see it all. 1999. By James Dunbar and Martin Remphry. Class: 306.85
1698: Your Community
KS1.A lively and colourful look at how we all try to live together happily in the community. By Michael Pollard. 1989. Class: 301
2187: Megan: 1 The biggest decision of all......
KS3/KS4. Megan is fifteen. One day she finds out that she is pregnant. As the story progresses, Megan tries to make sense of something which will change her life forever. First novel in the "Megan" trilogy. By Mary Hooper. 1999. Class: FICTION
2188: Megan 2: And then there were two......
KS3/KS4. Fifteen year old Megan has had her baby boy, and has decided that she wants to keep him rather than have him adopted. How will she cope? The second novel in the "Megan" trilogy. By Mary Hooper. 1999. Class: FICTION
2189: Megan 3: Two's company, three's a crowd
KS3/KS4. Megan feels life is leaving her behind, so she resigns herself to studying & looking after her baby. Then something threatens Jack... Third novel in the "Megan" trilogy. By Mary Hooper. 2001. Class: FICTION
2193: My new baby
Foundation. Well illustrated board book which follows family life of a little boy after the arrival of his new baby brother. Illustrated by Annie Kubler. 2000. Class: 612.6
2198: Break-up
KS2. Looks at facing up to Divorce. When Joe's Dad leaves home, it is the worst day in his life. As he realises that his parents still love him, he adjusts to the new reality. By Gianni Padoan. 1987. Class: 306.89
2209: Come home with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children discover what kinds of homes other children in the world live in. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1999. Class: 305.8
2210: Come and play with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children discover how other children throughout the world play. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1999. Class: 305.8
2213: Who loves you, little beetle?
KS1. Who made the beetle? A delightful pop-up story puts a smile on the face of sad little beetles everywhere. By Carla Dijs. 1997. Class: FICTION
2216: Playing with Dad
KS1. Pop-up story book. Little Penguin plays pretend games with her Daddy. Once he gets the hang of it, he is perfect! By Carla Dijs. 1996. Class: FICTION
2217: Playing with Mum
KS1. Pop-up story book. Little Pig plays pretend games with his Mummy. Once he gets her attention, she is perfect! By Carla Dijs. 1996. Class: FICTION
2223: Nicky and the Twins
KS1. Story book about Nicky and her twin baby brothers. When Nicky is feeling worried, she needs some comfort from her old toy rabbit, Mr. Bob. But why does Mr. Bob keep disappearing? By Tony Bradman & Susan Winter. 2001. Class: FICTION
2225: Salamatu and Kandoni go missing
KS1. Story from Ghana. When Salamatu's goat follows her to school, it starts a series of misadventures in a day that she will never forget. By Steve Brace. 2000. Class: FICTION
2226: From beans to batteries
KS1. Story from Peru. Aldomaro wants to be a doctor, so he never misses "Dr. Manami's Half Hour." but when his radio stops working, his parents cannot afford to buy batteries...... By Steve Brace. 1998. Class: FICTION
2234: Hector Makes Friends - Big Book
KS1. Hector goes out to spend the day with Tom, a "Help the Aged" Safety Officer, and makes lots of new friends. Class: 305.26
2743: Tough Stuff
Ready-to-use practical activities using techniques such as interviewing, reflecting self-monitoring/analysis, journal writing and relaxation to help young people in crisis.Contents: stress, anxiet, surviving separtion and divorce, death of a family member, anorexia, bulimia, depression, panic, alcoholic parents and phobias.
2750: My Lifebook Journal
This book help increase resilience and improve emotional intelligence with children in foster care. The activities cover a wide range of issues including: dealing with anger, building trust, and gaining a sense of personal identity. Workbook included on a free CD Rom.
2844: Who's in a family?
Illustrated book about different types of families. Includes single parent, separated parents, same gender relationships, grandparents.

Teach

180: Working with Schools
For those working in business and commerce who wish to work effectively with schools. In two parts - a briefing and practical action. 1991. Class: CE
182: No Limit
Describes what happened in two schools who brought together the resources of school and community using volunteers. 1994. Class: CE
309: Family Figures
Contains 4 sets of 6 cardboard figures, depicting members of a family group (2 grandparents, 2 parents and 2 children in each set.) Covers Eastern Asian, Southern Asian, Black and White families. Class: FAM
506: Setting Up Family Group Projects
'How-to' guide aimed at empowering local people. 1991. Class: Fa
599: Getting Out
A study of community service in secondary schools. 1986. Class: CE
601: Community Education: Schools projects and the National Curriculum
A selection of work illustrating the diversity of community education across primary & secondary schools in Birmingham. 1992. Class: CE
649: Childhood
An active learning pack to support teachers concerned with family life education - trials materials. Sister pack to "Family Lifestyles". 1984. Class: Fa
670: What is a Family?
8+ years. Photographs and activities about families in Britain. See also "Family Lifestyles". 1985 & 1990. Class: Fa
671: What Can The Parent Of A Teenager Do?
Parent's handbook for the Teen-Parenting Programme. Answers questions and gives ideas. 1988. Class: Fa
672: Family Lifestyles
Framework for teachers, social workers, youth leaders to examine their own values & feelings about family life, in order that they may then explore these issues with young people. Includes "What is a Family?" photopack. Sister pack to "Childhood". 1985. Class: Fa
679: Us and the Kids
Ideas and resources for groups of parents to learn from each other and support each other. 1991. Class: Fa
691: Values, Cultures & Kids
Approaches and resources for teaching about family education within a multicultural society. 1983 & 1991. Class: Fa
705: Speaking Out
Primary. The National Curriculum: The African-Caribbean Dimension. A case study of the experience of teachers and children working together on a class topic. Class: MC
874: Families and Self-Help
A resource pack covering learning from each other, linking up in the community workshop, a directory of networks, and information sheets. 1986. Class: Fa
1030: Getting Personal: The Family
Secondary. Activities for students. Considers the extended and nuclear family, marriage and related issues, parental responsibilities and the family as part of the local community. 1989. Class: Fa
1042: Families Under Stress
A report of a project to promote inter-agency collaboration. Class: Fa
1105: Be Outrageous!
Puts forward a view on what participation means, attempts to clarify approaches to participation and provide materials. Class: TM
1124: Family life education
Secondary. KS 3 and 4. Contains lesson activities and teachers notes covering relationships, families, impact of parenting, costs of children, parenting skills, the needs of children, and children's rights. By NSPCC. 2000. Class: Fa
1180: Families - 1 : Pictures and poems
Primary. 12 A4 photographs of various family members, together with 12 poems to match. To help generate discussion about the family. Class: FAM
1195: Families: Art pack
Primary. Pack of 12 A4 prints by famous artists depicting various themes on "family." Includes teacher's notes to aid discussion and ideas for practical activities. Class: FAM
1197: Families - 2 : Pictures and poems
Primary. 12 A4 photographs of various family members, together with 12 poems to match. To help generate discussion about the family. Class: FAM
1269: Nobody's Perfect
Five colourful and informative books looking at the some of the problems and issues we face in life and how to deal with them, including safety, parenting, behaviour, the body and the mind. By Dept of Health, Canada. Class: HE
1448: Who's your family?
Seconday. 14-18 years. A pack of resource materials on family relationships to raise awareness of young people. Covers adoption, stepfamilies, cohabitation, teenage pregnancy, marriage, planned parenthood, child free couples & young single fathers.1994 Class: FAM
1472: Gender Roles (Issues: Vol:18)
Secondary. Looks at the issues involved in gender roles, including equality in schools, the home and the workplace. Includes a study guide - "Exploring the Issues." 2001. Class: GR
1517: Single parenthood (Issues: Vol: 45)
Secondary. Looks at the issues involved in single parenthood and lone parent families. Also covers teenage pregnancy. Includes a study guide - "Exploring the Issues." 2001. Class: FAM
1518: Adoption (Issues: Vol. 45)
Secondary. Looks at the issues involved in the adoption of children. Also covers fostering and residential care. Includes a study guide - "Exploring the Issues." 1999. Class: FAM
2202: LCP Citizenship Resource Files - Year 8
KS3. Comprises a flexible citizenship programme with a balanced range of teaching approaches. Covers rights & responsibilities, the European Union, voluntary work, the media, festivals & celebrations & our families. 2002. Class: L
2207: Bright Ideas: Inspirations for cross curricular themes
KS1/KS2. Offers a structured yet flexible approach to cross-curricular themes. Covers economic awareness, health education, careers guidance, environment, citizenship & project themes. By Alistair Ross. 1993. Class: L
2208: Bright Ideas: Inspirations for cross-curricular projects
KS1/KS2. Offers a structured yet flexible approach to cross-curricular projects. Covers - philosophy, planning, local study, sound & music, earth, weather & seasons, Tudors & Stuarts, how we live, food & farming etc. 1993. Class: L
2212: Come and ride with us!
KS1. Book with "discovery flaps" to help children learn how other children throughout the world travel. Authenticated by Oxfam. 1997. Class: 305.8
2232: Help the Aged Primary Schools Resource Pack
KS2. Resources book containing worksheets & activities to help highlight the various issues facing older people in the community. With Teacher's notes. Class: L
2233: Be Lifewise -(Help the Aged pack)
KS3/KS4. Contains activities & lesson plans to encourage thinking and greater u