Helping Children Deal with Bullying, Helping Children Deal with Anger, Helping Children Deal with Conflict all by Jenny Mosley and Helen Sonnet. A value added pack of 3 books – Helping Children Deal with Bullying, Helping Children Deal with Anger, Helping Children Deal with Conflict.
Helping Children Deal with Bullying, by Jenny Mosley and Helen Sonnet.
Bullying is an issue that all schools need to address to develop a safe school ethos. This whole-school format guides you through the essential systems that you need to establish to ensure that your school is tackling bullying. These systems will enable children to grow in confidence and develop a clearer understanding of their behaviour and its impact on others. “I like the emphasis placed on ethos and the equal weight given to working with children – and with parents.” – Andrew Mellor, Anti-Bullying Network
Helping Children Deal with anger, by Jenny Mosley and Helen Sonnet.
This book offers a teaching programme of 15 sessions to help primary aged children express their anger responsibly and safely. The activities are designed to give them lots of opportunities to explore ways to diffuse anger before it explodes – enabling them to understand that they can stay in control. By taking the pro-active approach you will contribute to a very positive and supportive ethos.
Helping Children Deal with conflict, by Jenny Mosley and Helen Sonnet.
Conflict manifests itself in many ways. Children need encouraging to take responsibility for resolving their disputes, friendship ‘fallings out,’ and clashes of views or personalities. This book, like the other two in the series, is an excellent handbook of practical approaches that can be put into place by classroom teachers who are concerned to help their children learn the much needed subtle skills of peacemaking.
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