Brand new 3D PSHE programme

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Dimensions specialise in providing creative classroom solutions. This is exactly what they’ve done with their brand new 3D PSHE programme for early years, key stage 1 and key stage 2.

Dimensions have developed an affordable, innovative solution to meet the challenge of teaching PSHE, fully encompassing the area of personal development, from early years right through to year 6.

By putting together a comprehensive series of interconnected and progressive lessons, which appeal to pupils through the use of drama, creative, fun activities and real-life scenarios, schools using 3D PSHE are fully equipped to teach British values in a meaningful way.

The brand new Early Years 3D PSHE resource comes complete with 25 engaging stories, accompanied by Teacher Guide, CD-ROM and Pupil Activity Book. The key stage 1 programme consists of 70 lesson plans and key stage 2 consists of 90, all complete with accompanying teacher resources, offering a truly “pick up and teach” approach.

Judith Peel, a headteacher using the resources, said: “This is a fantastic resource. The focus on life-skills is particularly valuable in preparing children for life outside school. It meets requirements for the teaching of British values, discrimination, respect for others and so much more. The programme’s practical, hands-on approach brings learning to life.”

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