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‘A curriculum for life: the case for statutory PSHE education’

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The PSHE Association have released a new report on PSHE entitled ‘A curriculum for life: the case for statutory PSHE education’.

Independent Teaching Review

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Wanted: a simple and engaging PSHE resource

PSHE is one of those lessons that, as a classroom teacher, I can sometimes find a little dry to teach. Whilst it’s very important to start with what children know and have experienced for themselves, you have to be careful when touching on potentially sensitive subjects and many of the more traditional, text-based resources can seem rather boring. I find that role-playing scenarios work very well but I have been searching for an interactive resource that would really fire up my pupils, engage the more reluctant children and further embed ICT skills into their everyday learning.

So, when I was asked to take a look at a new online resource, 1Decision (www.1decision.co.uk), I was intrigued as to how this could be different to what I’d seen before.

Nicky Morgan speaks at Early Intervention Foundation Conference

Nicky Morgan

“Prevention is always better than cure, and that’s why we have a moral mission to provide compassion and support as soon as problems emerge, and do all that we can to ensure that every single child in the country has an equal chance to succeed in life, no matter their background or family circumstances.”

Introducing Andrew Scott, Patron of 1decision

Andrew Scott, Patron of 1decision

“If the world is going to be saved, teach the children!”

“I met Hayley on 22nd May last year, I was spell bound for some 2 hours! And that, coming from a reasonably hardened business adviser and professional accountant of 45 years, says something!

Hayley talked about her experiences with `lost` children, teenagers and young twenties. She talked about the range of problems all of them had from abuse, drugs and alcohol.

Hayley talked with a passion and vehemence about how they are being failed by the `system’ and how she was trying to help and care.

Education to encourage a Safer Generation

Herts Fire Service and 1decision

During their time at primary school, children will encounter many of life’s challenges for the first time. To help keep them safe and healthy it is important that they develop the correct skills to manage different influences and pressures that they may be presented with. It is essential that children understand that their choices can lead to different consequences or outcomes.

“PSHE Education is the answer” says Hayley Sherwood

Founder and CEO Hayley Sherwood

We live in a world where everybody is searching for the cure. The cure for addiction, obesity, repeat offending, a cure for the rise in unemployment, domestic violence etc. The reason why there is such commitment to finding cures is because you can see results when a situation appears to be fixed but it is time for change, prevention is the key.

Introducing Deedee

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The 1decision team are extremely excited to introduce Deedee to you all! Deedee will be travelling to schools, up and down the country, to help children make good choices. You will be able to keep track of Deedee’s whereabouts on our ‘Deedee’s Travels’ page.

100 Apprenticeships in 100 days

Hayley and Eleanor

1decision are proud to have been a part of the North Hertfordshire College campaign ‘100 Apprenticeships, in 100 Days.’

In January, the college set local businesses the task to provide apprenticeship employment to young people. Hayley Sherwood, the director of 1decision and Eleanor Austin, Digital Media Apprentice were chosen to feature in an article about the campaign on the NHC’s website.

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