What is PSHE?
PSHE helps children and young people develop personal and social skills.
Our digital PSHE resources for schools and youth organisations include PSHE lesson plans and worksheets covering the general PSHE curriculum. Our aim is to contribute towards the personal, social and emotional development of young people.
The PSHE resource packs are designed to help with teaching PSHE in the classroom. Each resource pack contains worksheets, topical information and other materials that provide support for teachers during PSHE lessons.
We also provide PSHE training for teachers to help schools develop a comprehensive PSHE education system which helps young people deal with the pressures and strains of modern life.
Digital PSHE Resources for Schools
This lesson plan covers what bullying is and the different types of bullying. It discusses the bully and the targets of bullying and how to tackle the problem.
For a more comprehensive resource pack on bullying, including worksheets, activities and lessons, download our bullying resource pack
Bullying — A Complete Approach.
Hard copy: £10.99 add to basket
A lesson plan on bullying and cyberbullying. It covers how to deal with bullying and cyberbullying and contains handouts for the classroom.
For a more comprehensive resource pack on bullying, including worksheets, activities and lessons, download our bullying resource pack ‘Bullying — A Complete Approach’.
Hard copy: £10.99 add to basket
PSHE Topics for Schools
Our resource packs cover PSHE topics including:
- Bullying and Cyberbullying
- Suicide Prevention
- Personal Development
- Social Issues
- Substance Abuse
- Mental Health
- Tackling Teenage Depression
We provide tools for PSHE education which tackle barriers, raise aspirations, enhance awareness of PSHE and encourage a positive learning environment where people feel challenged and motivated.
The material we produce can be used by schools or youth organisations to deliver their own in-house PSHE workshops. Alternatively, our own trainers can deliver the workshops at your school or organisation.
Our services are helpful aids for teachers and trainers delivering PSHE topics to students. They give ideas for lessons and activities to enhance the learning experience for students.
Each of our resources can be provided as 1-day or 2-day workshops which can be delivered in-house to schools and organisations. We will provide a copy of the resource pack and any necessary materials for the day’s activities.
If your organisation requires ‘Train the Trainer’ sessions to ensure you are familiar with the material, we will be happy to provide further information.
Bespoke PSHE Programmes
All Resources also offer bespoke PSHE programmes where the resource packs and workshops are individually designed to meet the needs of your organisation. Please let us know your requirements.
We are currently developing a series of long-term PSHE community programmes which tackle local, national and global issues. They will also provide strategies to help individual’s deal with a number of sensitive issues. Please contact us for more information.
- Our level of achievement is influenced by how we see ourselves
- Self-esteem is the key to learning and the gateway to progress
- Lack of self-esteem reduces our chances of reaching our full potential
PSHE Support for Schools
We focus on helping children and young people develop the skills they require to ensure they are adequately prepared for adult life.
Our resource packs examine issues such as dealing with school bullying, coping with teenage depression, alcohol & drug abuse, substance abuse, mental health, cyberbullying, suicide, truancy and early school leaving.
PSHE Support for Teachers
Our materials include trainer manuals and worksheets which can be incorporated into PSHE lesson plans.
We deliver PSHE workshops based on our PSHE resource packs and offer a bespoke PSHE service where the resource pack or workshop is individually designed to meet the needs of your school or organisation.
PSHE Support for Young People
Our focus is on personal, social and health education whereby young people are encouraged to develop confidence and self-esteem.