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Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 7 (12 Year Olds)

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The Friendly Schools series has been updated and separated into school years, with learning tasks and activities presented in a way that is developmentally appropriate to each particular year level. This revised edition provides evidence-based classroom materials to enhance social and emotional learning to reduce bullying. This classroom resource for Year 7 students (12 year olds) covers the following areas of social and emotional development: letting go and hanging on, trying new friendships, choices and consequences and the moral compass.

This revised edition of Friendly Schools Plus provides evidence-based classroom materials to enhance social and emotional learning and to reduce bullying. These resources have been updated and separated into school years, with learning tasks and activities presented in a way that is developmentally appropriate to each particular year level.

The Friendly Schools Plus classroom resources take on a strengths-based approach, designed to improve social and emotional development in areas such as social knowledge and social skills and promoting positive peer relationships and teacher-child relationships.

Friendly Schools Plus provides schools with the strategies and resources to achieve the vision and all nine elements of the National Safe Schools Framework.

This classroom resource for Year 7 students (12 year olds) covers the following areas of social and emotional development:

  • Letting go and hanging on
  • Trying new friendships
  • Choices and consequences
  • The moral compass
  • Donna Cross

    Donna Cross

  • Erin Erceg

    Erin Erceg

  • Shane Thompson

    Shane Thompson

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Additional Information

SKU FSP2588
ISBN 9781760012588
Publish date 15/05/2014
ascd video No