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world of Tim & Tess
A book to discuss the potential danger of meeting and talking to strangers using a familiar traditional tale.
This again uses a traditional story to discuss strangers, meeting strangers and not trusting them.
This is about being bullied, name calling and being able to tell someone how you feel.
All about messages that are intimidating, leading to tackling cyber-bullying.
Introduces young children to the concept of an avatar and sometimes not knowing who is actually behind a mask.
Follows on from people behind a mask and what could potentially happen when playing a seemingly innocent on-line game.
A book about which information you should give on your online profile and why it can be dangerous to give your address and location information.
Tess is desperate to get to the park after school and almost runs out in front of a car in her excitement. Includes safe ways to cross the road.
When Tim decides he wants to play on a train track he is lucky that Tess is there to stop him – train and track safety including ways to cross safely.
Building sites are interesting places and Tim thinks it will be a great place to play. This story shows some of the dangers and shows the signs that are there to help keep people safe.
The day a Fire Engine came to school gives an opportunity for Tim and Tess to learn about fire safety in a familiar environment.
Tess explores the river near her family picnic and realises that water moves faster than she thought.
A book about water safety, making sure you are with an adult and making sensible decisions in and near water.
A story about making safe decisions and knowing when to ask for help for yourself or a friend you are worried about.
Animal safety and animal treatment. Tim and his friend Jake find out how their actions and behaviour can affect an animal and learn how to stay safe with dogs.