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Editable People Who Help Us Certificate

Editable People Who Help Us Certificate

About This Primary Resource

A decorative people who help us certificate. It features images of a police officer, fire fighter, postal worker, doctor and nurse along with several text boxes. You can edit these text boxes and as such can adapt the certificate to your own needs. It's ideal to use help motivate children to do their best.

We have many other themed certificates in our 'Certificates & Rewards' section within 'Class Management'. These cover a variety of different early years themes including pirates, dinosaurs and trains.

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  1. Nicola Street

    I am a nurse and I am teaching in primary school about heroes and people that help us

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