Lessons in respect

9th May 2003 at 01:00
When children say "respect", they sometimes utter the word without engaging the brain. A primary pack from Childline supplies seven lesson plans that give the concept breadth and depth. Each starts with a cartoon story involving Childline's George Street Kids. They "borrow" other people's stuff and shout "you're not my mum" to a well-intentioned neighbour. The plans suggest discussions, role-play, writing and art work that help explore how all of us are good at different things or special in our own way. Childline, Studd Street, London N1 0QW. Tel: 020 7239 1000; fax: 020 7239 1001. www.childline.org.uk

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