The choice is yours...

28th October 2005 at 01:00
Me Myself and Eye is a resource from Crimestoppers designed to help Year 6 pupils think about the choices they will face as they get older. There are 10 lesson plans on topics that focus on how crime can be prevented. Some involve discussion of ambiguous words like "informer" and examine the consequences of speaking out or keeping silent. Others concern matters such as bullying, stealing from parents, drug abuse and cruelty to animals. Me Myself and Eye has been distributed free to 1,000 UK schools. Lesson plans can be downloaded from

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