Value Set featuring two popular tins of discussion cards to tackle the growing levels of anxiety in young people by ex-headteacher, Eve Wilson:
“We have been working with the Little Tin of Big Worries, and have found it a great resource especially for our social skills groups. The content enables the children to access the information and find the worry to be discussed without having to think of a worry and then verbalise it. The solutions can also lend themselves to great discussions.”
– Julie Collins-Ballands, SENCO at Bishop Luffa School, Chichester.
Author Eve Wilson has spent over 40 years in education, including ten as a head teacher; she is also a qualified Ofsted inspector for Primary and Early Years. Since leaving full-time teaching, Eve has worked as an educational consultant and adviser and was, for a time, Educational Consultant for the National Association for Gifted Children, running the national Helpline. She has now written, edited and/or published over 100 resources for schools, colleges, nurseries and other professional organisations. Eve is Schools Trustee for the Cedar Oak charity delivering lessons in local secondary schools on sex and relationships, crisis pregnancy and marriage.
Eve Wilson, MA, Bed (Hons), Cert Ed (London Institute), OfSTED Inspector qualification.