Teachers' Tardis

16th September 2005 at 01:00
One of the most unusual products available at SETT 2005 is a Police Box - 160 colour-coded, double-sided cards covering personal safety, health education and citizenship, developed by Grampian Police.

"It's a teacher-led resource that promotes parental involvement," says project co-ordinator Lynne Logan.

Building on the success of the original concept, the materials are now available on a series of CD-Roms entitled Learning for Life - "a pioneering life-skills programme for 5- to 13-year-olds".

The latest addition to the series is Diversity and Harmony.

Ms Logan says: "Diversity promotes an inclusive and just society by challenging inequality, prejudice and discrimination. Harmony aims to alleviate the causes of conflict and violence by supporting and promoting social skills."

www.learnforlife.orgStand D47

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