April competition – 2 sets of Jenny Mosley’s Pocket Books up for grabs! COMPETITION NOW CLOSED

Pocket Books

This month we are giving away two sets– yes two sets!! – of all seven Jenny Mosley Pocket Books – Pocket Playtime Games Volumes 1 & 2, Pocket Ball Games, Pocket Craze of the Week, Pocket Long Rope Skipping Games, Pocket Wet Playtime Games and Pocket Playground Games from Around the World Volume 1 (Africa & Asia).  Everyone loves games and Jenny Mosley’s pocket books are perfect for playtimes and will help Midday Supervisors and Zone Managers keep children happy during lunchtimes and playtimes. The games in these books encourage energetic exercise, promote positive relationships and help instil valuable social skills in the children. These handy little books slip into the pockets of Midday Supervisors or into children’s tabards and are clear and easy to use!

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To enter this competition please go to our Facebook page and ‘Like’ our page, click ‘Like’ on the competition post and also post a comment saying ‘How Jenny Mosley Pocket Books would help me and my school’  The winners will be the posters of the two ‘best comments.  If you don’t ‘do’ Facebook, then please email jenny@jennymosley.co.uk with a lovely comment, thank you!

Closing date, noon Tuesday 3rd May 2016. For more information & T&Cs, please see below. COMPETITION NOW CLOSED – WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY

… and the winners are …

Winner 1: Toni Mackay (Facebook entry)

‘They could help my school because children have forgotten how to play in my opinion. These books could help remind children that there is a world of fun outside of computer screens and mobile phones.   As for how they would help me – I did a session of Smart Moves with the children recently and ached for 4 days – these books will help me get fit and save me further embarassment!!!’

Winner 2:Michelle Symmons (Email entry)

‘I would love these pocket books because the emphasis in early years has shifted so much to academics I think we are losing so many children to issues that can be solved simply by learning social skills and how to interact with others. Games that teach children the basic ‘rules’ of getting along with others will benefit their entire lives, and if we are aiming to educate the whole child it is exactly what we need to be doing …’

Terms and Conditions

Facebook and email entrants to win the prizes listed above. Winners will be chosen by who has written the two best comments – this will be based on a democratic vote within our office. If anyone enters twice, they appear on the list once. We reserve the right to use any of the comments submitted for our website, catalogue and for any other promotional or marketing material but will email you for permission if we need to quote your name and school.

We will try to contact the winner by: a) Writing the name into this article above after the closing date, b) Announcing it on the relevant Facebook post c) via email if we have your email address.  (Please note: prizes must be claimed within 2 weeks of competition closure so please look out for notifications. There is no cash alternative or cash value to this offer.)

Website Editor’s Notes

1. Jenny Mosley’s educational Golden Model is used in many different schools and Early Years settings. Jenny trains staff through conferencing and schools training.

2. Our webshop and catalogue are brimming with products to help schools and life in the classroom. See our Golden Time resources here and our Golden Rules resources here.

3. Jenny’s latest book, ‘How to Create Calm Dining Halls’ is now available for sale and is ‘flying off the shelves’.

4. You can see “Better Behaviour through Golden Time” in our webshop here.

5. Jenny is available for training projects and conferences. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements and how we can help. For all enquiries please email circletime@jennymosley.co.uk or phone 01225 767157

6.  You can read Jenny’s latest articles on dining halls here:  Headteacher Update here and in our TES article here.