Discover the background to and research behind the Reading Agency’s “Reading Well” collection of books about mental health for children and young people.
Gillian Harris MBE responds to Cressida Cowell’s letter to the prime minster about school libraries.
Why teach children philosophy? Since philosophy is all about asking questions, children are instinctive ‘’philosophers’’. Philosophy can teach your pupils to think more clearly and to be confident in debates and discussions.
This fantastic pack features all the resources which you could need to raise the awareness among KS2 pupils about online risks, safety and behaviour. It will provide interesting topics for discussions about being online and e-safety.
Books by writers who use their own cultural experiences to create stories with characters that British Asian children will relate to and hook them into reading.
Anyone reading usually believes that what they read has a background of truth, even if the characters are fiction, says Nina Simon. Here she looks at the many faults with The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and suggests some books that better reflect historical facts about children’s experience of the Holocaust.