Pictures of Health by Noreen Wetton, Margaret Collins


Pictures of Health by Noreen Wetton, Margaret Collins

Pictures of Health offers essential and imaginative ideas and activities to enrich the teaching of PSHE with children aged OJFL years. Provides an interesting variety of ways to deliver and display childrens work in PSHE. / Stimulating activities to meet the non-statutory framework for PSHE and Citizenship for KS1 and KS2. / Opportunities for using popular literacy-based texts for delivering health-related issues. / The themes cover: Feelings and Relationships; Growing and Growing Up; Managing Change; Living in a Drug Using World; Healthy Lifestyles and Safety; Citizenship.


These books are ideal resources for busy teachers who want to create an engaging, colourful atmosphere that is conducive to learning in! just a few lessons. Using basic materials, simple techniques and a cross-curricular approach, teachers will love to put these ideas into practice, or will at the very least be inspired just through flicking the pages, to create their own educationally stimulating and interactive environment. - Martine Horvath, EYE, April 2008 The Belair range of books on classroom display will be familiar to many teachers in primary schools. Divided into sections on fiction and non-fiction, the book explores a series of topics, with ideas for literacy work, display, and supplementary activities from Maths to Dance, Science to PSHE. [Teachers] will find a wealth of ideas for adding colour and practical creativity to the study of texts in their classrooms. - Darren Coult, Write Away, April 2008 !like many other schools, we are aiming towards a more exciting curriculum in which we link subjects together using themes. This book is ideal for this approach as it takes a book or several books and then shows you how to link other areas of the curriculum together. Being a KS1 teacher I was excited to find Where the Wild Things Are featured, as it is one of my favourites. The book gave me further ideas about how I can use this story in maths, art and science lessons. I also loved the non-fiction section on 'Exploring Colour and Shape', which draws on the artwork from Gustav Klimt and Kandinsky, together with the music of Saint Saens, and links them with literacy, maths and PE. - Melani Tavenner, Teach Primary!, September 2008

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72 pages
Interest Age: From 5 To 11


Noreen Wetton, Margaret Collins
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Belair Publications Ltd an imprint of Folens Publishers UK

Publication date

6th September 2001



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