Stories are a great way of addressing potentially difficult topics, and opening up communication about thoughts and feelings. This book, with its gentle rhyming story, provides a simple, positive and constructive way to start to open up those conversations.
The topics covered are home fire, getting lost and terrorist type events. The workbook deals with aspects of the book – safety/having a plan/feelings and is suitable for children aged 7 – 9 years.
The exercises are designed to equip the child with skills in five areas that all have an impact on our level of happiness and foster a positive mindset. Children learn how to:
Focus on the positive – If we have a plan we are safer and less worried/let’s make plans together!
Ask for help
Know what to do to keep safe in certain situations
Recognise the feelings of worry/anxiety
Use the vocabulary of anxiety and worry to explain their feelings
Understand gratitude – and how it can help us feel happier
This class set is a complete package, comprising:
‘How To Keep Safe … in a sometimes scary world’ - storybook
How To Keep Safe (Teacher’s Scheme Of Work)
lesson plans and more
How To Keep Safe … (Pupil’s Workbook)
for pupils aged 7 - 9
Designed to meet the needs of an entire Primary class, the set has:
2 teacher Scheme of Work booklets, with clear instructions, background information, and links to the PSHE curriculum
35 Pupil Workbooks, with attractive graphics
10 copies of the 'How to Keep Safe' storybook (for sharing in class)
SPECIAL OFFER! We are pleased to offer additional copies of the storybook at wholesale prices (37% discount!!). This allows the school to offer the books for sale to parents at a discounted price and offset some of the costs of the class set.