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Premier League Primary Stars

The PSHE Association worked with the Premier League to write a series of PSHE packs to enable teachers to develop pupils’ essential skills and attributes around the themes of resilience, identity, values, self-esteem, teamwork, inclusion and behaviour. With clear learning outcomes linked directly to the PSHE education programme of study, each pack contains a short film and a complete lesson plan with a variety of interactive and practical activities for pupils, and includes insights from children and sporting personalities. All resources are free to download from the the Primary Stars website.


Raising Aspirations, Inspiring Futures

Working in partnership with Siemens, The PSHE Association has developed this new Key Stage 2 teaching resource to enable primary teachers to enhance pupils’ understanding of potential career choices while challenging gender stereotypes within the world of work. The free downloadable resource includes four lesson plans plus corresponding PowerPoint presentations, which can be used as standalone lessons or as part of a series.

"We were pleased to have been able to collaborate with the PSHE Association during the development of our KS2 resource - Inspiring Futures, Raising Aspirations  resource. Their expertise and support were highly valuable and contributed to the successful launch of the materials."  Brenda Yearsley, UK School & Education Development Manager, Siemens


Share Good Times Not Flu… In School resources supporting the Government’s influenza vaccination programme

The PSHE Association has worked closely in partnership with leading communications agency Ten Alps Communicate and AstraZeneca to produce a set of teaching resources for schools in participating pilot regions to support them in teaching the learning needed to underpin the national vaccination programme for the childhood influenza as well as how to manage the process as smoothly as possible in school and communicate effectively with parents. The result of our partnership was the ‘Share Good Times Not Flu… In School’ series of lesson plans and supporting teaching resources which are available to download here

The support of the PSHE Association in the development of the Share Good Times Not Flu…in School resources has been invaluable.  Their insights into classroom best practice, will, we believe, greatly add to the overall effectiveness of the toolkit for teachers.” Richard Gotting, AstraZeneca 


Wise up resources supporting the national HPV vaccination programme

The PSHE Association has worked with leading communications agency Ten Alps Communicate and the School and Public Health Nurses Association (SAPHNA), on behalf of Sanofi Pasteur MSD to review and advise on a set of teaching resources for schools to support them in teaching the learning needed to underpin the national vaccination programme for human papillomavirus (HPV). The result was the ‘Wise Up’ series of lesson plans and supporting teaching resources available to download here

It has been extremely beneficial for us to be able to work with the PSHE Association and their Advisory Council in preparing the Wise Up resources and to be able to include their constructive feedback in the resources.”  Alannah Moore, Ten Alps Communicate