How to Talk to Children About Terrorist Attacks


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  • Nov 18th

    Maybe a bit of context about who wrote this might be useful - are they a counsellor? Overall this seems to be good advice but I think it is important if Twinkl is offering this sort of service then some provenance wou]d be helpful.

    • Nov 19th

      Hi there misstetlow,
      This resource was created by an experienced teacher and senior leader in schools with input and advice from a senior child psychologist. I hope you find the content useful when dealing with such a sensitive topic.

    • Nov 19th

      Thanks for the response. Maybe put the information in the description?

    • Nov 20th

      Thanks for the suggestion misstetlow,
      I have updated the description for this resource so our lovely users can be sure this was written by a qualified and experienced teacher.

How to Talk to Children About Terrorist Attacks

How to Talk to Children About Terrorist Attacks - A information sheet with some sensitive ideas for adults to use when children ask about terrorist attacks or war.
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