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Teachers

We hope that you find the website a useful resource for your students. To save you time we have put all the links from the website on one page just for you!

We have also included some links to lesson plans that you may find useful.

Useful resources and lesson plans to support with transition

YOUNG CARERS

PHYSICAL AND LEARNING DISABLILITY

BULLYING AND CYBER BULLYING

CULTURAL AWARENESS

BODY IMAGE

HEALTHY WEIGHT

EXERCISE

DIET

SLEEP

MEDICIAL CONDITIONS

  • Asthma
    Since October 2014 schools can now buy a spare asthma inhaler and spacer device to keep in school for emergencies. Asthma UK the nation’s leading charity has lots of information for schools and asthma cards and care plans you can complete with your pupils to help you care for them in school.            
  • Anaphylaxis
    The national charity Anaphylaxis Campaign provides lots of information for schools all about anaphylaxis.  Since 1 October 2017, schools in England can purchase adrenaline auto-injector (AAI) devices without a prescription, for emergency use on children who are at risk of anaphylaxis but whose own device is not available or not working.
  • Eczema
    The national charity Eczema UK provides lots of information for schools including parent/ teacher checklists to understand an individual child’s condition and how it affects them/ information all about what eczema is and how to manage it and lesson plans to use in your classroom to raise awareness and help other children understand.

IMMUNISATIONS

EVERYBODY’S BODY

CHANGES / RESPONSIBILITY

FEELINGS

PERIODS

Free leaflets ideal for explaining menstruation to a girl with learning difficulties are available from;

KEEPING SAFE IN RELATIONSHIPS

ONLINE SAFETY

KEEPING SAFE IN THE COMMUNITY

FIRST AID / WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY

Mental Health

Parents

Thank you so much for visiting our website. We hope that you will find it a useful resource to start a conversation with your child about all the aspects of growing up, even the embarrassing ones!

Below is some information for teachers and all the hyperlinks to everything that we are signposting young people to give you an idea of the information that may be available for your child. 

YOUNG CARERS

PHYSICAL AND LEARNING DISABLILITY

BULLYING AND CYBER BULLYING

CULTURAL AWARENESS

BODY IMAGE

HEALTHY WEIGHT

EXERCISE

DIET

SLEEP

MEDICIAL CONDITIONS

  • Asthma
    Since October 2014 schools can now buy a spare asthma inhaler and spacer device to keep in school for emergencies. Asthma UK the nation’s leading charity has lots of information for schools and asthma cards and care plans you can complete with your pupils to help you care for them in school.            
  • Anaphylaxis
    The national charity Anaphylaxis Campaign provides lots of information for schools all about anaphylaxis.  Since 1 October 2017, schools in England can purchase adrenaline auto-injector (AAI) devices without a prescription, for emergency use on children who are at risk of anaphylaxis but whose own device is not available or not working.
  • Eczema
    The national charity Eczema UK provides lots of information for schools including parent/ teacher checklists to understand an individual child’s condition and how it affects them/ information all about what eczema is and how to manage it and lesson plans to use in your classroom to raise awareness and help other children understand.

IMMUNISATIONS

EVERYBODY’S BODY

CHANGES / RESPONSIBILITY

FEELINGS

PERIODS

Free leaflets ideal for explaining menstruation to a girl with learning difficulties are available from;

KEEPING SAFE IN RELATIONSHIPS

ONLINE SAFETY

KEEPING SAFE IN THE COMMUNITY

FIRST AID / WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY

Mental Health

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