Skip to product information
1 of 0

Making PSHE Matter

A Practical Guide to Planning and Teaching Creative PSHE in Primary School
Regular price £18.99
Regular price Sale price £18.99
Offering ideas for different ways to teach PSHE, this is a go-to resource for the busy teacher looking for creative and engaging techniques. It provides tips, case studies and strategies on planning and pitching sessions as well as weaving PSHE into other aspects of the curriculum.

The practical advice includes tips for what works with pupils, ideas for group games, ways to make discussions more engaging and proven techniques for creating inspiring sessions. The book explores a range of complex PSHE topics such as social media, sex and sexuality, mental health and British values. This tried-and-tested guidance will help to give teachers the confidence to create accessible and dynamic skills-based sessions which can make a real difference to pupils.
  • Published: May 21 2018
  • Pages: 200
  • 228 x 157mm
  • ISBN: 9781785922862
View full details

Press Reviews

  • Professor Teresa Cremin, The Open University

    If you want to renew your approach to PSHE then look no further. This thought provoking text offers really rich support for professionals who want to creatively involve young people in the PSHE curriculum. Case studies , planning guidance and practical ideas abound, framed by a close consideration of underpinning principles which will enable practitioners to tailor their PSHE teaching to their learners. An accessible and engaging read.
  • Mal Krishnasamy, Director of MalCPD Education Consultancy & Coaching

    Sian Rowland has written a comprehensive, practical guide to teaching PSHE with passion & heart. Whether you are a teacher of PSHE or responsible for whole school provision, read this book - and learn from one of the best.
  • Lizzie Jordan, CEO & Founder Think2Speak

    From how to approaches for policy and planning, to meaningful engagement with children, their families and governors, this book is one of our go to books that we'll recommend to primary schools to deliver PSHE that's fit for purpose. It's bursting with examples, ideas and real world case studies, to help you forge authentic partnerships between school, children and home.