School's out for summer

24th June 2011 at 01:00

As the end of term approaches, it could be a good time to promote some classroom discussion around keeping safe throughout the summer, and to remind pupils of risks and dangers they should be aware of while enjoying their time off. A new collection of materials for teenagers is now available from TES Resources, focusing on keeping fit and staying healthy and safe over the summer break, including online safety.

www.tes.co.ukteenagers

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