Mental Health

Books to help a person’s condition in regards to their psychological and emotional wellbeing.

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  1. Telling Tales
    £17.50

    This inspiring book describes how telling and listening to stories can improve self esteem/Emotional Literacy. It also gives a theoretical approach to storytelling as well as practical guidelines on how to create a story and make it come to life so that it captivates, amuses and moves listeners. There is also a rich selection of stories that can be used across the age range that can enhance emotional understanding, expression and help develop relationship skills. Telling Tales describes how tellling stories is a powerful communication and learning tool for schools or for other organisations that work with children and young people. The theory of Emotional Literacy is described and used as a basis for thinking about how stories can be used to facilitate children's learning and well being in the school setting and how they can aid social and emotional development.

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  2. Raising Self-Esteem in Children
    £17.50

    Suitable for ages 6 - 11 Those working with pupils of any age are aware of the importance of self-esteem and that some experiences in life can have a devastating effect on the possession of a helathy self-esteem. It is essential that activities are provided which enable pupils to be at ease with themselves, to form positive beliefs and habits to raise self-esteem. Each activity in this book is designed to contribute to the enhancement of self-esteem. Some activities are short, fun and light hearted, whilst others are more thoughtful and challenging. The activities can be used with individuals, small groups, nurture groups and class P.S.H.E. sessions. Self-Esteem is ideal for use by all professionals working in education. Learn More
  3. Becoming a Good Citizen
    £17.50

    Becoming A Good Citizen is an important resource for teachers. It groups a number of topics into four broad headings; Health, Changes, Problems of Life and Responsibilities, and it considers how these might influence pupils as they work to become good citizens. Key Points in this book are:- detailed topic notes and tasks for pupils that are supported by teachers' notes. Topics include the need to maintain a healthy lifestyle, puberty, divorce and separation, bereavement, bullying, disability and racism. Crime, respect for authority, dealing with criticism and personal responsibilities are also covered in depth. Michael Evans (the author of this book) is a former Headteacher with many years of experience in this area. This is Michael's second book to be published by EPRINT Publishing. Suitable for ages 9 - 13. Learn More
  4. Thinking About Personal and Social Development
    £17.50

    Suitable for ages 11- 14 The book addresses key issues in PSHE/PSD at Key Stage 3, (S1 & 2 Scotland) such as bullying, drugs, alcohol, sex and peer pressure. It is a combination of Philosophical enquiry and other 'thinking' methods to enable the students to examine the issues involved at a deeper level, to the point where there is choice over their actions. There is flexibility in how the resource may be used, with the teacher able to tailor its use to school and curriculum requirements. Learn More
  5. Stepping Back to Health
    £15.00

    Suitable for ages 7 - 11 Teachers, parents and the government are concerned at the number of obese children in schools today. Changes in lifestyle (TV's, games consoles etc.) have contributed to our nations children spending less time exercising. This resource tracks the story of an athletic young girl, who is a keen horse rider. After a riding accident, where she breaks her leg, she begins to over eat through boredom and obviously is not able to exercise. Each chapter has a follow up PSHE/Health education activity designed to be thought provoking whilst encouraging a healthy attitude towards food and lifestyle. This is not a dieting book, but a charming story that encourages discussion and debate about healthy lifestyles. A thematic approach crossing PSHE, Science, English and PE. Learn More
  6. PSHE & Citizenship
    £15.00

    Suitable for ages 4 - 7 This Key Stage 1 teachers' resource is made up of four main themes: * Developing confidence and responsibility. * Developing a healthy lifestyle. * Preparing to take an active role as citizens. * Developing good relationships and respecting the differences between people. The themes are all designed to help promote personal, social, moral, health education and citizenship. The activities will show pupils how to know themselves better and to know more about others in the world in which they live. Many of the areas overlap and could fit into more than one section. The book consists of stories (with supporting activities), poems, songs, games, discussion points, certificates to photocopy onto card and much more. Learn More
  7. Spelling Patterns
    £12.00

    Spelling Patterns 

    Simple, straightforward exercises providing sustained practice in writing words with a pattern.

    Suitable for 7 - 9 year olds.

     

     
     
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  8. Bully 4 Drama - PDF
    £12.76

    This is excellent material for tackling bullying and has been designed for teachers who would like to tackle this important issue in a sensitive way, but are unsure how to start or who are short of time to develop the appropriate resources.

    This pick and mix drama resource includes:
    *warm up games
    *exercises for solo, pair and group work
    *short improvisations
    *scripted scenes.

    Suitable for 10 - 12 year olds.

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  9. Bully 4 Drama
    £15.00

    This is excellent material for tackling bullying and has been designed for teachers who would like to tackle this important issue in a sensitive way, but are unsure how to start or who are short of time to develop the appropriate resources.

    This pick and mix drama resource includes:
    *warm up games
    *exercises for solo, pair and group work
    *short improvisations
    *scripted scenes.

    Suitable for 10 - 12 year olds.

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  10. Developing Oracy
    £12.00

    Role play is an exciting method for developing a child's understanding of how things work. It also improves language skills, social skills and so much more.

    The resource will build up confidence, teach awareness of others and teach how to express real life situations.

    Suitable for NQTs, nursery nurses, teaching assistants, practitioners and parents.

     

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