So Polly flew into Craighall and Craiglands Primary Schools this week. Here are some pupils at Craiglands and Mrs Prout-Jones from Craighall receiving the books to add to Polly’s Piralympics already in their school libraries.
These interactive books are a parents/teachers tool to help with anti-bullying in schools. No child wants to be a snitch, so they can interact with the story and at the same time identify if there is a bully, who is being bullied as well as who the bully may be.
The series of books, How Polly Became a Pirate, Polly Ya Nae Can Fly, Polly’s Piralympics, Polly’s Inuit Piralympics, Polly’s Indoor Piralympics, Polly’s Christmas in Scotland and Polly Returns to Africa, include many life lessons for the children including: Stealing, why it’s wrong, Cheating just isn’t cool, Disability – we all have and it’s not cool to be cruel and being different is OK – glasses, braces, etc., littering, we only have one planet, gender issues – attitudes of boys towards girls, not listening to adults, climate change – global warming – Inuit’s and how it is affecting the Pole 20% faster than the rest of the Planet, Droughts, Tsunamis latest being in Greenland 062017, Disabled Parking bays are for the disabled, Rhino and elephant ivory poaching, Animal trafficking
If your school wants to order these books for your LO classes contact Jann on firstname.lastname@example.org