The free online resources for teachers and parents have been created by Coram Life Education, Coram Beanstalk and Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation.
A provider of PSHE education, the charity has launched SCARF at Home, a programme of activities for primary school teachers to share with parents, supporting children to learn life skills that will help them be happy, healthy and safe.
The activities promote the values of Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience and Friendship (SCARF). SCARF at Home focuses on the ways children can keep themselves healthy and safe, including staying safe online, and the skills needed to help them look after their bodies. Older children learn about assertiveness, recognising the influence of friends and how to think critically about the decisions they make and managing risks safely.
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