'Stranger danger' has been a staple of PSHE curriculums since the 1960s. But is it still the best way to teach children how to recognise risky situations?
Many parents are angry at school policies that allow teachers to monitor pupil lunchboxes. Here are the reasons we think it's necessary:
As dentists envisage the need for tooth brushing lessons as part of curriculums, it's useful for primary schools to know the standards for supervised brushing:
Oral health charities have advised drastic changes to the way dental health is taught in schools. Here are five toothy activities to promote good dental health in your classroom:
Increasingly, low incomes and lack of social support mean families are making a bumpy return to lessons. So, we're asking Amaven teachers to keep a watchful eye on pupil wellbeing this term...
Dance helps children master and combine Fundamental Movement Skills. Use our dance themed PE lesson plan to assess pupils' motor skills and movement learning.