We regularly receive some great feedback from schools about our Junior Lifeskills Interactive Resources, so this is a post that we love to update and share. Many thanks to all the teachers who have taken the time to pass on their comments to us.

The Junior Life skills e-book resource is fantastic; all areas of children’s safety, from road safety to e-safety and First Aid to Alcohol/Drugs, are compiled into one brilliantly presented, interactive and appealing resource. The e-book will prove very easy for all to use; both teachers, other staff members and pupils alike, and I can see it being useful to ‘dip-into’, with its clearly defined sections, or to work through over a series of lessons. I like that each page of the e-book has a mixture of key information, skills and tips (e.g., how children can make a reverse charge call or advice on how to stay safe travelling alone, on-foot) along with questions and quizzes to get children to apply what they have just learnt or explored. As well as teaching the children useful advice, I like how the resource makes children think about their own actions and behaviour in terms of contributing to a happier, safer community. And the printable worksheets are an extra bonus!

Mrs Charlotte Daynes, Headteacher, Finchingfield C of E Primary School, Braintree, Essex.

Our SEN PSHE classes have really enjoyed working through their Junior Life Skills handbooks. The worksheets are clear and concise and give important and appropriate information regarding the subjects covered. The activities help to cement learning and aid class discussion. An outstanding resource, thank you.

Mrs G Jordan, Knowl Hill School, Pirbright, Surrey

The digital resource that you were able to provide us during the last academic year was of great help, particularly in the run-up to the children’s transition to high school. We were able to align it with our school PSHE curriculum and deliver lessons using all resources. It also provided evidence that was key to pupils enhancing their general safety knowledge and providing them key life skills.

Mr Kouros Pasdari, Assistant Headteacher / Year 6 Teacher, Firs Primary School, Sale, Cheshire.

The staff have found the resources to be of high quality and invaluable to support the topics we cover.

Mrs Helen Norwood, Headteacher, Loreto Preparatory School, Altrincham, Cheshire

The Junior Life Skills e-book is an excellent resource for teaching a range of topics in KS2.  The resource is interactive and engaging for pupils.  The information is comprehensive and age appropriate.  The resource helps to build upon the skills taught at Crucial Crew and makes it much more integrated rather than a one-off experience.

Jodie Crawford, Key Stage 2 phase leader, Navigation Primary School, Altrincham, Cheshire.

I used it with my class of 33 Primary 7’s and found if to be a very useful resource. It covers many aspects of Health & Wellbeing and is a good extension of children’s learning from Crucial Crew. Activities were engaging and children enjoyed working through them.

Mrs Lynne Gardiner, Primary 7 Class Teacher, Glengowan Primary School, Larkhall, South Lanarkshire.

This is an invaluable resource which covers a very diverse range of issues. The highly visual format ensures that it accessible for all levels of ability. Thank you for including us.

Ms Gill Evans – Headteacher, St. Mary’s CE Primary School, Salford.

I think the Junior Life Skills e-book is excellent – very accessible for children and adults. It covers a wide range of issues which are relevant and concerning in our children’s lives and it’s great to have such a wonderful resource to develop their learning in those areas. Thank you so much. I have circulated it to all of our teachers.

Mrs Anna Harding, Deputy Headteacher, St John’s and St Clement’s Primary School, London.

Thank you so much for the Junior Life Skills resource. There are some excellent materials that our year 6 team will definitely take advantage of, as well as our PSHCE and well being co-ordinators. Thank you for making this resource available to us.

Katarine Deeks, Deputy Headteacher (Acting Headteacher), Paddington Green Primary School, London

If you’d like to find out more about Junior Lifeskills, why not go to our ‘Trial Registration’ page where you can register and access the resources and find out how they could help your pupils.

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