A story that children can tell others. All they need is something on which to draw so they can illustrate it as they tell the story.
Water Water by Lin Stone.
A book to be read to your bright children, and pass on to other parents of bright children for free. Size 1579K
A Visit to the Library with Mrs Radvelli
Lively animated book in the Mrs Radvelli adventure series: A few bruises was not the only thing Mrs Radvelli took home after a ladder incident at the library; she also ended up with a bag of books she did not choose.
Old heads on young shoulders
A ChildLine study has revealed the hidden problems of some of the UK's most isolated children, whose family circumstances have forced them into prematurely ‘adult’ roles.
No Bullying! Toolkit
Bullying is a complex issue, needing solutions that support children and young people as well as empowering them to deal with problems themselves.
No Bullying! is a 4Children publication produced in association with Childline and enables childcare providers and all those who work with children to develop and sustain positive responses to bullying.
How peer support schemes make schools better
Using first-hand accounts from teachers, pupils and staff, this 16-page report highlights the incredibly positive effects peer support can have on pupils and schools.
In the report, teachers and staff discuss how peer support schemes at their schools have reduced bullying and other discipline problems while increasing attendance. Pupils explain how peer support has improved their self-confidence, helped them overcome problems, and turned their schools into better places.
Setting up a peer support scheme
Interested in setting up a peer support scheme at your school? The best place to start is our 12-page guide for teachers and other professionals who wish to set up and assist with peer support schemes.
ChildLine also offers a video demonstrating how to set up a peer support scheme. For more information about the video, which was jointly produced by the in Wales CHIPS team and St Teilo's Church in Wales High School, Cardiff, email CHIPS or call 020 7650 3230.
Talking Families, Talking Communities - A Calor report in consultation with ChildLine
This report includes new research commissioned by Calor and conducted by YouGov into parent/child communication today. It looks at the views of parents and their children - and compares the answers. It also includes enlightening examples of how, when adults and children do get talking it has a really positive effect on families and communities.
Can I talk to you again? Restoring the emotional and mental well-being of children and young people
Can I talk to you again? tells the often harrowing first-hand stories of some of the young people who have turned to ChildLine for long-term counselling to deal with problems including sexual abuse, self-harm and bereavement.
As well as showing how ChildLine’s counsellors have helped these children, Can I talk to you again? suggests ways the government can improve children’s mental health services in the UK.
Boys Allowed - What boys and young men tell ChildLine about their lives
Four times as many young men as young women commit suicide, with suicide accounting for a quarter of all deaths among young men.
Boys Allowed looks at the problems that boys talk to ChildLine's volunteer counsellors about, while also discussing the constraints, prejudices and expectations that prevent them from addressing those problems before they reach crisis point.
Read more about this report, or get a free copy.
The Adventures of Pinnochio - Free eBook
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