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Here is where you'll find all the free PSHE/Citizenship teaching resources. If you know which unit you want to use, please click on the unit name right. Otherwise just go straight to our free teaching resources.

Each unit includes teachers' notes, curriculum links and Key Stage 2 activity sheets. Most also have interactive online activities and pupil certificates.

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Register for free teaching resources 

To access free teaching resources in each unit you will need to register. You can then use all the interactive case studies, teachers' notes, activity sheets and certificates for free. If you're not sure, you can try Unit 1: My friends first without registering or logging in.


Curriculum grid

The curriculum grid helps you choose the unit that best fits your teaching needs.

Use the curriculum grid


Each year The Children's Society helps thousands of children like those featured in My Life. Find out how your class could help us do even more.

Find out more about fundraising

Engaging parents and carers

As some of the issues tackled in this resource are quite sensitive, we've prepared some guidance on how to engage and inform parents and carers about the activities their children will be undertaking.

Advice and a sample letter home

Online safety

Many of the units include online interactive resources which both teachers and pupils can access using the school or class log-in created on registration. There are no chat rooms or forums. Although none of the units cover the topic of online safety, resources on this subject for teachers, children and parents/carers can be found on the Think U Know website.