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This set of brand new resources, produced by the innovative Get Your Head Round It team, are focused on learning and teaching in Key Stage 2 and are designed to assist with the delivery of the requirements on schools to support personal and social areas of learning. All our Key Stage 2 PSHE & Citizenship resources are devised and written in partnership with teachers and national PSHE consultants. We have partner schools as focus groups for preparation, delivery & evaluation. Using the voices of real children, our cast of puppets are highly engaging, bringing each subject to life with short films & dedicated teaching and learning resources.
Our assembly of the month series for 2009 starts with an assembly on the theme of New Year's resolutions. The new year is traditionally a time to reflect on the year gone by and to make resolutions for a positive year ahead. This assembly will help your pupils reflect on the meaning of the new year, and the opportunities it presents.
UNICEF’s mission is to advocate for the protection of children’s rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. UNICEF is guided in doing this by the provisions and principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Built on varied legal systems and cultural traditions, the Convention is a universally agreed set of non-negotiable standards and obligations. These basic standards—also called human rights—set minimum entitlements and freedoms that should be respected by governments. They are founded on respect for the dignity and worth of each individual, regardless of race, colour, gender, language, religion, opinions, origins, wealth, birth status or ability and therefore apply to every human being everywhere. With these rights comes the obligation on both governments and individuals not to infringe on the parallel rights of others.