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Bullying, relationships and independence

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  1.  Making PSHE Matter

    Making PSHE Matter

    A Practical Guide to Planning and Teaching Creative PSHE in Primary School

    Siân Rowland

    This book gives teachers tips to make PSHE more engaging and relevant, and includes advice on teaching a range of contemporary topics such as social media, and sex and sexuality. With case studies and strategies on planning and pitching sessions, the tried-and-tested advice makes this the 'go-to' resource for teaching PSHE. Learn More
    May 2018, 224pp
  2.  A House for Everyone

    A House for Everyone

    A Story to Help Children Learn about Gender Identity and Gender Expression

    Jo Hirst

    This children's picture book helps adults to explain gender identity and expression to 4 to 8 year olds using simple language and engaging, diverse characters, covering the entire spectrum of gender. Includes a guide for parents and professionals and a lesson plan at the end of the book. Learn More
    May 2018, 32pp
  3.  How to Transform Your School into an LGBT+ Friendly Place

    How to Transform Your School into an LGBT+ Friendly Place

    A Practical Guide for Nursery, Primary and Secondary Teachers

    Dr Elly Barnes MBE and Dr Anna Carlile

    LGBT+ inclusion is not part of standard teacher training or induction, which makes it difficult for schools to provide inclusive learning environments, and support for LGBT+ pupils. Drawing on a Ofsted and DFE recognised 'Best Practice Award Programme', this book provides everything you need to know to make your school an LGBT+ friendly place. Learn More
    Apr 2018, 160pp
  4.  Lucy The Octopus

    Lucy The Octopus

    Richy K. Chandler

    This funny graphic novel stars an unpopular (but kind and talented) teenage octopus named Lucy, and her adorable (if poisonous) pet puffer fish. It celebrates the rewards of being yourself, calls out the uncoolness of bullying, and playfully warns of the perils of social climbing. Suitable for children aged 9+; recommended for big kids of all ages. Learn More
    Apr 2018, Hardback, 5.83in x 8.27in / 148mm x 210mm, 136pp, $18.95
    ISBN: 9781785925139
  5.  How to Be a Peaceful School

    How to Be a Peaceful School

    Practical Ideas, Stories and Inspiration

    Edited by Anna Lubelska

    Promote peace at school with this practical guide, which provides a simple four step system for improving wellbeing and nurturing the potential of pupils and staff. It is full of easy-to-implement anti-stress and anti-bullying strategies, plus ideas for getting children interested in peace on a global level. Learn More
    Apr 2018, 224pp
  6.  Vincent the Vixen

    Vincent the Vixen

    A Story to Help Children Learn about Gender Identity

    Alice Reeves, illustrated by Phoebe Kirk

    Vincent is a fox who is assigned male at birth, but who knows they are actually a girl. With the help of family and friends, Vincent begins to understand their gender identity and the importance of accepting and being authentic to who they truly are. Part of the Truth & Tails series for children ages 4-8. Learn More
    Mar 2018, Hardback, 8.27in x 8.27in / 210mm x 210mm, 48pp, $15.95
    ISBN: 9781785924507
  7.  Carlos the Chameleon

    Carlos the Chameleon

    A Story to Help Empower Children to Be Themselves

    Alice Reeves, illustrated by Phoebe Kirk

    Carlos the Chameleon is always changing his colours to match those around him, but this is exhausting and he starts to feel that he isn't being his true self. With the help of his friends, Carlos learns that it is ok to be different and you don't have to change who you are to be accepted. Part of the Truth & Tails series for children ages 4-8. Learn More
    Mar 2018, Hardback, 8.27in x 8.27in / 210mm x 210mm, 48pp, $15.95
    ISBN: 9781785924538
  8.  Roxy the Raccoon

    Roxy the Raccoon

    A Story to Help Children Learn about Disability and Inclusion

    Alice Reeves, illustrated by Phoebe Kirk

    Roxy the raccoon lives in the forest with three friends who love to do everything together, which sometimes means they have to make small changes to their games. By working together, the friends are able to make the forest an inclusive place for everyone, including those with a disability. Part of the Truth & Tails series for children ages 4-8. Learn More
    Mar 2018, Hardback, 8.27in x 8.27in / 210mm x 210mm, 48pp, $15.95
    ISBN: 9781785924514
  9.  Molly the Mole

    Molly the Mole

    A Story to Help Children Build Self-Esteem

    Alice Reeves, illustrated by Phoebe Kirk

    Molly starts to worry when she realises that she doesn't look like her other animal friends, but soon recognises her own unique qualities as she helps out with a series of tasks that no one else can do. With the help of her friends, Molly learns that everyone is special in their own way. Part of the Truth and Tails Series for children ages 4-8. Learn More
    Mar 2018, Hardback, 8.27in x 8.27in / 210mm x 210mm, 40pp, $15.95
    ISBN: 9781785924521
  10.  Building Positive Momentum for Positive Behavior in Young Children

    Building Positive Momentum for Positive Behavior in Young Children

    Strategies for Success in School and Beyond

    Lisa Rogers

    Learn how to use positive momentum to address common behavioral issues in the classroom and beyond. The strategies in this book show how to get long-term results, with illustrative case examples and downloadable resources for tracking progress. It also offers advice for working with children with special needs. Learn More
    Jan 2018, 192pp

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