At a recent meeting of the PSHE subject group, we were reminded of a great resource, exploring personal safety for young people.
Originally funded by the Milly Dowler charity – the Watch over me series is filmed as a soap opera. I’ve only been able to find it on YouTube – the link to the first one is here
I’ve also managed to find a link to a PDF of resources.
watch over me teachers resource
If you need any more info and are unable to find it, please contact Suzanne Oram at Mearns Castle, I know they are still using the resource.
We can trust NSPCC to provide us with appropriate advice to help children and young people stay safe online. This should be shared with parents too. Click on the picture to visit the site.
This story really interested me…
When Luke Cameron decided to do a good deed every day for a year, he could never have anticipated how much it would change his life.
The 26-year-old from Cheltenham made the decision after a close family friend died from cancer in 2013.
He started writing a Good Deed blog and logged every kind gesture he made on the site, which has now amassed thousands of followers.
Read the rest here… http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2874858/Luke-Cameron-does-good-deed-day-12-months-people-hate-it.html
This gave me an idea – I’m sure this would work as a class project. It covers ICT, citizenship, HWB, literacy – and plenty more!
His blog is full of ideas. Click the picture below to check it out.