Resources > Education
Here you’ll find handy information about a variety of subjects that we touch on in our Meee Programme workshops.
There are articles covering each of our Education, Employment and Enterprise strands, and useful tips about a whole range of subtopics, from mental health to help with decision-making. Finally, if you’d like to read more about a specific topic, check out our book and video recommendations and reviews.
Most read kid’s books in Britain02/03/17
Its official, The Very Hungry Caterpillar is the most read children’s book in Britain. Families read the classic by Eric Carle on average 8.85 times per year, in a close second, being read 8.71 times per year is another classic story, Cinderella.
A year in the life of a Modern Boy12/12/16
29 days of TV to watch, four birthday parties to attend, 143 pieces of homework to do and 42 books to read, sounds busy but it is just some of the things that the average boy in the UK will do in a year.
My Bullying Story21/11/16
After spending the week researching bullying, our own Social Media Guru has shared her experiences.
Overcoming bullying with an egg18/11/16
Amy E Madge was bullied as a child but with the help of her two books ‘Eggy the Egg and the L.B.N. Club’ and ‘The Adventures of Kwun-Gee and Uba Dooba Boy' she's getting the USA talking about bullying.
The Effects of Bullying17/11/16
Being bullied is an incredibly traumatic experience, however the effects of bullying can live on with the victim for a long time, in this article we look at both the short and long term impacts of being bullied.
What is bullying?17/11/16
Here in the UK it is Anti Bullying week, so throughout the week we will be publishing a series of articles exploring the issue starting with looking at what exactly bullying is.