Reviewed in this week's Friday magazine

5th January 2001 at 00:00
Television

The Hoobs Meet the latest pink and blue furry characters designed to appeal to pre-school youngsters - this time from Channel 4 Learning.

The Term Ahead

BBC2 asks children can overcome shyness and confidence problems in The Confidence Lab while Grange Hill makes a return to BBC1.

Radio

The Term Ahead Special reports on children's mental health from the BBC's flagship children's current affairs programme, Newsround.

Education Books

Lifelong Learning
Getting a Life Ed. Michael Simmons Peter Owen, pound;9.99

Education Theory
Schools in the Learning Age Ed. Bill Lucas and Toby Greany Southgate Publishers, pound;12.95

The Caring Classroom: Towards a learning environment Henry Pluckrose Education Now Books, pound;9.95

The Sharp Edge of Educational Change Ed. Nina Bascia, Andy Hargreaves RoutledgeFalmer, pound;17.99

Citizenship Prejudice: From individual identity to nationalism in young people Cedric Cullingford Kogan Page, pound;18.99

Children's Books

The Birdman Melvin Burgess Andersen Press, pound;9.99

Books for Primary Pupils

Citizenship Children as Partners in Planning Save the Children Plymbridge Distributors, pound;15

The Junior Citizenship Videos (plus handbook)
Team Video Productions, pound;37.74

Books for Secondary Pupils

International Seeds for Life Christian Aid, pound;12.99
Food for our Future Food and Drink Federation, Free Social Literacy Social Literacy, Citizenship Education and the National Curriculum James Arthur, Jon Davidson and William Stow RoutledgeFalmer, pound;16.99

Europe Speak Out on European Citizenship Institute for Citizenship, Free

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