Tails from the Classroom has been given a rating of 9.1/10 by UKEdChat!

18 January 2021

PROS


  • The book highlights the emotional, language and wellbeing benefits of having animals in school.

  • Considerations are also stressed about the welfare of the animals when in the school setting.

  • Risk assessment and cost implications are given due attention within the book for those considering introducing animals into the school setting.

  • The book offers a range of cross-curriculum activities to help introduce animal topics, referenced to all UK curriculum guidance.

  • The book is an essential 'must read' for anyone thinking of using live animals to support the development of young people in schools.



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