Australian Money: Buying Clothes for Ed Sheeran!

Australian Money: Buying Clothes for Ed Sheeran!

Buy Clothes for Ed Sheeran - Students can develop their money recognition skills and using money to buy clothes for Ed with these activities. It is the equivalent of the old class shop, but revamped to be motivating using technology. It was designed for Secondary students with special needs, but can be easily used for all students. It is an age appropriate Money Math activity for secondary students, where they are motivated to purchase clothes for Ed. Once dressed they can listen to one of his songs using Youtube. There are a number of matching the monies used in the activity. There is a hard copy version plus a money visual symbol board to use to support student learning. There are is an accompanying worksheet in A4 or A3 size to print.
pearp
The BFG Ideas

The BFG Ideas

Sensory Ideas for the BFG. The dream catching lends itself to sensory jars and bottles. Aimed at special school.
WSS73
Transition meeting agenda for pupils with multiple needs

Transition meeting agenda for pupils with multiple needs

This is a list to draw upon when preparing for a transition meeting of a child or young person with multiple needs and of any age. It is not intended that you discuss everything on the list but highlight the relevant statements as part of your meeting preparation and perhaps number the statements in an order you think most appropriate.
yad
Primary and secondary colours

Primary and secondary colours

Primary and secondary colours introduced in a fun way with stars. Worksheets for your to printout and use to help introduce a group big or small to the idea of colour and understanding that there are primary colours and secondary colours and with mixing primary colours you can make secondary colours. Extra copies created with the different spelling of colour and color. Great for young people of people with learning disabilities.
ianhjoy
Classroom Accommodation Check List

Classroom Accommodation Check List

Use this Classroom Accommodation Chart to keep track of all of the needs for each of your students. Just print out one for each of your students and keep it with your IEPs. Its a one stop shop for all of the accommodations that should be offered to your students with special needs!
rombop
SEND Gymnastics Lesson Plans x8

SEND Gymnastics Lesson Plans x8

8 Individual Gymnastics Lesson Plans to be taught to students with SEN (Mild Learning Difficulty). The 8 sessions can be spread over a whole term and look at steadily increasing the complexity of Gymnastics week on week. Each session includes a resources guide.
GoldSEN
My Meeting is a visual pupil voice resource to increase participation and engagement in meetings

My Meeting is a visual pupil voice resource to increase participation and engagement in meetings

This 24-page booklet is intended to prepare children and young people for meetings that they are invited to attend. This could be a termly or annual review, looked after child review or any meeting where the pupil’s voice is really valued (as recommended in the SEN code of practice). It is intentionally simple to accommodate a range of needs and ages. By preparing pupils well beforehand, they will better understand the purpose of these meetings, be more fully engaged in them and have a lasting record of the decisions made there. It is also hoped that the owners of this book will be encouraged to personalise the booklet by adding their own photo next to the box on the front cover alongside a drawing that they have coloured in. Some images to colour in are included along with drawings of people (if a photo is not available). Additionally, there are some bubble letters to use should they want to put their initials on the front cover. If not, those pages do not need to be included in their booklet. It is intended that appropriate text and photos will be added to each page in whatever way is most meaningful to the young person. A visual timetable and a ground rules prompt is also included to laminate and display prominently at the start of and throughout the meeting. The typeface of the booklet has been deliberately sized and coloured to be accessible to those with visual impairments and difficulties processing text.
yad
Geography Deforestation, Rainforest and Weather Chart SEN, Early Years, Primary and Preschoolers

Geography Deforestation, Rainforest and Weather Chart SEN, Early Years, Primary and Preschoolers

Deforestation unit of work. No prep required. Worksheets: what is deforestation? (students match pictures to before, during and after). Why deforestation occurs (students cut and stick to show which are natural disasters and which are human causes of deforestation). Where is deforestation happening (map showing where forests were, and what is left- students label named areas). How it happens (students cut and stick to show areas of deforestation caused by slash and burn or clear cutting). Impact on different areas (students match terms and descriptions). Reducing deforestation (students select from a choice, and are encouraged to come up with their own examples). Revision/ Test- contains a question from each area to check understanding and to revise the topic. Choice of answers for some questions, while others need a bullet point or sentence to be written (lower abilities may need a scribe for this). Label the 4 different layers of the Rainforest. Match the description with the correct photo and label. Lower abilities- cut out labels and stick in correct places. Middle abilities- cut out photos and stick. Copy labels. Higher abilities- cut out photos and stick. Write own labels. Includes an extension worksheet for students to write their own descriptions of the 4 layers of the rainforest and a mapping exercise for students to find where rainforests are located around the world and colour in on the map (map be best if printed on A3). Weather Use the chart to record the weather for 6 weeks in your local area, or use the 2nd chart to compare 2 places or countries. Includes 2 question worksheets for higher abilities, 1 being a recap and summary worksheet of their findings comparing 2 places/countries. For lower ability levels- includes pictures of sunshine, clouds, snow, rain, storm, fog, frost, rainbow, and wind to help with understanding. Allows them to observe the days weather and think about what the weather will be like next week. For higher ability levels- space to write the weather they can see and allows them to predict what they think the weather will be next week. Children could also take their own photos of the weather and stick them on the chart. A clip from BBC weather showing the latest weather forecast could be shown during the lesson, and children could be encouraged to look at different areas of the UK or another country to compare the weather in different regions. Use the 2 worksheets to compare understanding before carrying out the observations and after to check learning and understanding.
smidgealot
Numeration 1 - 20: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 1 to 20

Numeration 1 - 20: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 1 to 20

Numeration 1 - 20: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 1 to 20 This is activity to develop an understanding of the numbers from 1 to 20. There are activities for matching the numerals and finding the numerals with varying levels of difficulty. There is an activity for counting groups of objects up to 20. There is a pre-writing activity for tracing the numerals. This has an associated worksheet. It was developed for special needs but would be a great activity for early years students.
pearp
Numeration 0 -9: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 0 to 9

Numeration 0 -9: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 0 to 9

Numeration 0 -9: Activities to develop understanding of numbers from 0 to 9 This is activity to develop an understanding of the numbers from 0 to 9. There are activities for matching the numerals and finding the numerals with varying levels of difficulty. There is an activity for counting groups of objects upto 9. There is a pre-writing activity for tracing the numerals. This has an associated worksheet. It was developed for special needs but would be a great activity for early years students.
pearp
Same or Different? Animals

Same or Different? Animals

Simple to use spot the difference cards for younger and SEN students. Practice spotting the difference between different animals. Simply laminate, shuffle and cut out. Students are encouraged to spot the similarities and differences between sets of animals, including animal name, colour, where they live etc to formulate longer sentences and be aware of small changes and differences. Excellent as a starter, settling or focusing activity, or part of a full lesson.
harle
Same or Different? - Symbols Handout

Same or Different? - Symbols Handout

Simple to use spot the difference cards for younger and SEN students. Practice spotting the difference between common punctuation and maths symbols. Simply laminate, shuffle and cut out.
harle
Sensory Story Jasper's Beanstalk PMLD KS1/2

Sensory Story Jasper's Beanstalk PMLD KS1/2

This item describes how to resource and deliver the story of Jasper’s Beanstalk in a multi sensory and inclusive way. It is designed to be used with a group of up to seven learners of primary school age with profound and multiple learning disabilities. working at P1-3, who may also have physical and/or sensory impairments. This activity encourages uses of visual, auditory, olfactory and tactile senses and engages with visual, linguistic, kinaesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal and naturalistic learning styles. Also included are sample Learning Objectives and examples of assessment opportunities for the descriptors of Pscales P1 -P3ii . This activity has many opportunities for assessment against the Routes for Learning tool.
frog1
Collection of 5 Sensory Stories - Science, Literacy - Environments and Habitats -SEN- PMLD, SLD, ASD

Collection of 5 Sensory Stories - Science, Literacy - Environments and Habitats -SEN- PMLD, SLD, ASD

**Collection of 5 Sensory Stories ** Science, English, Literacy - Environments and Habitats SEN PMLD, SLD, ASD A collection of five detailed sensory stories/activities created for a PMLD/SLD class. Suitable for ASD too. 1: A Woodland Habitat Story 2. Polar Habitats, Sensory Exploration 3. Pond Habitats, Sensory Exploration 4. Deserts, Sensory Exploration 5. Rainforests, Sensory Exploration These activities can be used on multiple occasions and are very well received by students and staff.
EllisHolly
Visual Schedules Pack

Visual Schedules Pack

Have you got the quirky class who need to know what they are doing for every single second of the day? Have you got children who need a target to stay on task? INTRODUCING… Happy Educators’ Visual Schedule Pack. It is a one stop shop in which you can schedule everything you need for a child, group or whole class to the day, task and timed task. The pack includes 69 schedule tabs 6 blank schedule tabs a variety of display tabs for your whole class a variety of now next boards with time cards a choice board for reward activities If you have any questions you can email me at happyeducators@outlook.com. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @happyeducators or the blog www.happyeducators.com.
happyeducators
Sensory Story - Wildlife - Bertie the Bee

Sensory Story - Wildlife - Bertie the Bee

This resource was prepared for a PMLD KS3 SEN class of eight students. Curriculum Topic: Wildlife - Endangered Species For this powerpoint story you will need: A toy bumble bee (a fun project could be to create your very own bee toy/s in an Art lesson) 2-3 garden flowerpots (more or less depending on the size of the group) 2-3 toy balls (If you can only resource one then students could pass it to each other) A selection of coins (this is a nice numeracy opportunity) Activate a fan using a switch box and jelly switch. For more able students, they can press the on/off button on the fan and explore different wind strengths Bubbles! Disco lights, if you don’t have these fairy lights can work or torches with different coloured plastics/acetates stuck to the top of them to create different colours Chocolate spread on a spoon as a taster - or real ice cream if it’s a hot day can be great! (Ensure that you check for allergies/nil by mouth before offering) Vibrating massage tool or vibrating snake (this offers a wonderful sensory experience) Pharell’s ‘Happy’ song, or an agreed class favourite song and the disco lights - have a dance, have a twirl! A dark sheet to place over students, indicating night time This sensory story was delivered once a week for a half term and by the final couple of weeks students were beginning to anticipate elements of the story. A nice small group activity. Personal Development: Communication and Interaction Social, Emotional and Behavioural Cognition and Learning Physical and Sensory
EllisHolly
ANZAC Day Activities: Australian Soldiers' First World War Uniforms

ANZAC Day Activities: Australian Soldiers' First World War Uniforms

This is activities introduces Australian Soldiers from the First World War. It looks at the uniforms that the soldiers wore and other aspects of their lives. The activity has visual symbols, making it easy for students to follow and comprehend. This resource also involves dressing a soldier in his uniform, Youtube clips and pre-reading and writing activities. Therefore, it can be used as a fully integrated unit of work. It was designed for Special Needs but can be used with primary aged mainstream students.
pearp
ANZAC Day Story: Reg Saunders and his family.

ANZAC Day Story: Reg Saunders and his family.

This is the story of Reg Saunders and his family Reg Saunders was the first Aboriginal Soldier to be made a Captain in the Australian Army. This story tells about Reg Saunders’ military career starting in the Second World War and tell us about his father who fought in the First World War. The story is told in visuals, making it easy for students to follow and comprehend. This resource also involves a comprehension exercise, and pre-reading and writing activities associated with the story. Therefore, it can be used as a fully integrated unit of work
pearp
The Three Princes: Audio Story and Read Along Text

The Three Princes: Audio Story and Read Along Text

Tale Time re-tells this classic Asian tale from Arabian Nights. A great audio story for KS2, perfect for whole class or small group listening. With a read along text, ideal for reluctant readers, children who struggle to read fluently or who have dyslexia. This story from Asia tells of a Queen who wants to find a suitable King (re-imagined from the traditional King offers princess as bride format) so sets a task for three princes. Each finds a gift but which will be the best and win the hand of the queen? Before they have a chance to find out the Queen gets sick, but by working together the brothers use their gifts to save her. A lovely story with a nice message, but also a magic flying rug! Re-told with all the Tale Time fun, classes will enjoy listening to a story they probably haven’t heard before. Tale Time would love to hear what you think of this story and are always looking to improve, so please do leave us some feedback.
TaleTimeStories
The Stonecutter: Audio Story and Read Along Text

The Stonecutter: Audio Story and Read Along Text

Tale Time re-tells this classic Japanese folktale. Great for lower and upper KS2 whole class listening or small group listening. Ideal for children with additional needs, especially children with dyslexia or reluctant readers. This traditional tale from Asia tells of a Stonecutter who, unhappy with his lot, wishes to be the Mayor. Through the magic of story, his wish comes true. But the Stonecutter is never satisfied, he then wants to be King and when he sees the Sun has power over him, he sets his sights higher. The Stonecutter becomes the sun, a cloud, then a mountain and finally ends up right back where he started. The Stonecutter audio story for children is just over seven minutes in length. This circular story could be a great starter for a philosophy lesson, or a circle time discussion on desire and happiness. Or why not use it to start a drama lesson? Tale Time audio stories are a fun way to bring more storytelling into the classroom. We’d love to hear how you used this story and what you thought about it and we’re always keen to improve our resources, please do feedback.
TaleTimeStories
Theseus and the Minotaur: Audio Story plus Read Along Text

Theseus and the Minotaur: Audio Story plus Read Along Text

Tale Time re-tells the classic Greek Myth: Theseus and the Minotaur, plenty of atmosphere but told with a little Tale Time fun . A terrible thing happens in Athens every year… fourteen children are sent to Crete and sacrificed to the Minotaur, a beast with the body of a man and the head of a bull. When the young Prince Theseus hears of this, he is determined to kill the Minotaur. But Theseus must face the minotaur inside the Labyrinth, a maze of darkness: once he’s killed the creature, how will he find his way out? This KS2 resource is perfect for whole class or small group listening. Includes a read along text for reluctant readers or children with additional needs, particularly good for dyslexia. The story is just over ten minutes (10.47). We hope you enjoy - your feedback is most welcome.
TaleTimeStories
Crocodile: Aboriginal poem and activities

Crocodile: Aboriginal poem and activities

Crocodile comes from “Anna the Goanna” and Other Poems by Jill McDougall, which is a collection of poems written to reflect the real world, dreams and imaginings of Aboriginal children. This is a complete unit of work. This resources was created for students with special needs, but can be used with primary students. The Smart notebook has the poem which includes visual images, a variety of literacy activities from matching pictures, matching words, pre-writing and pre- reading tasks and drawing activities. Crocodile Poem is also given as a word document.
pearp
EYFS Planning Ideas Pack for The Ugly Duckling

EYFS Planning Ideas Pack for The Ugly Duckling

Within this pack you will find: A history of The Ugly Duckling Many activity ideas linked to the EYFS Extension activity ideas Simplified activity ideas Recipes for pancakes and galettes Songs and Rhymes A book list There are planning ideas for Communication and Language, Literacy and Numeracy plus many cross curricular ideas as well. This 16 page Planning Ideas Pack has been designed to be used in conjunction with our kamishibai version of The Ugly Duckling which is available here but it can be used with generic copies of The Ugly Duckling.
TheSidlawHare
Different Types Of Family

Different Types Of Family

A Power Point presentation looking at families - Do all families look the same? What do you love about your family? Presentation also includes a link to a story.
G1mun
Islands and Oceans/ Sea Poetry

Islands and Oceans/ Sea Poetry

A Power Point exploring different types of poetry based on the sea/ oceans. The Power Point covers rhyming words, acrostic, shape and listing poems - also includes widgit symbols.
G1mun
Tudor Explorers

Tudor Explorers

A Power Point presentation introducing Tudor explorers. The presentation includes CIP symbols and links to appropriate videos.
G1mun
Terrible Tudor Facts!

Terrible Tudor Facts!

A Power Point presentation which explores strange and terrible facts about the Tudors. A range of different areas are covered including medicine, hygiene, food and laws. The presentation includes CIP symbols and lots of links to videos.
G1mun
Special Education and Calm Down Visual Resource Kits BUNDLE! For Older Kids!

Special Education and Calm Down Visual Resource Kits BUNDLE! For Older Kids!

SAVE with this combined offer that includes BOTH the Special Education (Autism) and Calm-Down Visual Resource Kits! This deal includes 200 pages/pieces in an extensive collection of illustrated of cards, forms, documents, games, posters, coloring pages, and BONUS clip-art! This bundle is ideal for grades 4-9 (special education) and offers a variety of functions to meet the needs of different of students. With age appropriate visuals (featuring upper elementary, middle school kids, and teens) coping with stressful situations, this resource was designed to make communication clearer for students with learning disabilities, ESL/ELL and language barriers, autism spectrum/nonverbal populations, and beyond. While it was designed with special ed. and school counseling in mind, many of the resources included in this bundle are also a great addition for general classrooms. All images are 300 dpi. png handouts and 2.5" cards in color. Products from the “Special Education” Visual Resource Kit Includes: Classroom Posters (themes include general classroom reminders and expectations, behavior, diversity, anti-bullying, jobs, and daily changes) Coloring (for older students!) and Downtime Activities include coloring pages for older kids, blank bookmarks, blank game, blank rpg cards template, and more!) Student Rewards Cards (with visuals and rewards appropriate for students in upper elementary, middle school, and special ed. high school)! Test Accommodation Cards (discreetly remind students of upcoming tests and accommodations)! Teacher/Student Communication Cards (communicate with students over a variety of issues from break requests to fire drill alerts to behavior redirection) Emotions Cards (teach or communicate emotions using visuals of diverse upper elementary students)! Learning Styles Cards (use visuals to teach students (and staff!) about multiple intelligence theories. Includes Learning Styles scavenger hunt game!) Noise Levels Cards (play a Noise Level matching game or use visuals to demonstrate appropriate times and places for certain noise levels.)! School Supplies Cards (help teach students which supplies they need to be prepared and successful…or double as a teaching tool for ESL and nonverbal students!) Schedule and Subjects Cards (this extensive variety of visual schedule possibilities makes it easier for you and your students to foresee the day’s coming attractions!) Student Advocacy Sheets (help students express and advocate for themselves in organized letters to teachers) Quick Forms and Documents for Special Ed. Teachers (quick editable docs for IEP meeting reminders, teacher feedback requests, sub reports, and more! BONUS! Autism “People and Puzzles” Clip-Art for your own Products!! BONUS! Ninjas" Clip-Art for your own Products!!
IllumismartClipArt
Rumpelstiltskin: audio story plus read along text

Rumpelstiltskin: audio story plus read along text

A fantastic audio story from Tale Time. KS2 children will love to listen to this quirky, fun retelling of the Traditional Tale Rumpelstiltskin by Brother’s Grimm. Great for whole class or small group listening. Ideal for reading interventions for children who struggle to read but like a good story. Could be a nice activity for World Book Day. Why not listen whilst reading along? Brilliant way to support reading for children with additional needs; EAL, dyslexia. This story is ten minutes in length. Want to extend this resource? We’ve created a whole Rumpelstiltskin Resource Pack , which includes the story and the read along text as well as differentiated listening and writing tasks.
TaleTimeStories
Snakes: Aboriginal poem and activities

Snakes: Aboriginal poem and activities

Snakes comes from “Anna the Goanna” and Other Poems by Jill McDougall, which is a collection of poems written to reflect the real world, dreams and imaginings of Aboriginal children. This is a complete unit of work. This resources was created for students with special needs, but can be used with primary students. The Smart notebook has the poem which includes visual images, a variety of literacy activities from matching pictures, matching words, pre-writing and pre- reading tasks and drawing activities. Snakes Poem is also given as a word document.
pearp
Maps, Environmental Awareness, Weather, Rainforest for SEN, Early Years

Maps, Environmental Awareness, Weather, Rainforest for SEN, Early Years

Maps and coordinates, Environmental Awareness (natural and manmade) Weather Chart (prediction, observation and comparing 2 different areas or regions).], Rainforest labelling and matching descriptions. Geography Environmental Awareness (natural and manmade) 3 differentiated worksheets for natural and manmade environments, plus another to check learning. Geography- map and coordinates. Includes 18 images to cut out and stick on a grid with basic coordinates (A1- E5). Works best if map grid is printed on A3. Higher abilities can draw their own island, then select and stick on the images of the places that they want on their island. There is also a worksheet for students to then find and write the coordinates of each image. Geography Weather Chart (prediction, observation and comparing) Use the chart to record the weather for 6 weeks in your local area, or use the 2nd chart to compare 2 places or countries. Includes 2 question worksheets for higher abilities, 1 being a recap and summary worksheet of their findings comparing 2 places/countries. A clip from BBC weather showing the latest weather forecast could be shown during the lesson, and children could be encouraged to look at different areas of the UK or another country to compare the weather in different regions. Use the 2 worksheets to compare understanding before carrying out the observations and after to check learning and understanding. Geography Rainforest labelling and matching descriptions. Label the 4 different layers of the Rainforest. Match the description with the correct photo and label. Includes an extension worksheet for students to write their own descriptions of the 4 layers of the rainforest and a mapping exercise for students to find where rainforests are located around the world and colour in on the map (map be best if printed on A3).
smidgealot
basic counting (numeracy) and coin recognition

basic counting (numeracy) and coin recognition

Numeracy worksheet for students struggling to grasp counting multiple units. This resource is useful with a range of ages and educational contexts - - Nursery/Primary/Secondary to focus on numeracy skills and/or coin recognition - Special Educational Needs - preparation for adulthood and acknowledging the value of different coins.
gwhiting7
Planting a Rainbow - A Sensory Story for Spring / Summer

Planting a Rainbow - A Sensory Story for Spring / Summer

Planting a Rainbow is a story by Lois Elhert about planting bulbs which grow into flowers of all different colours. I am using it as part of our rainbow theme in school. The story comes with the words and a suggested list of sensory props to use alongside the story. This story is ideal for anyone working with PMLD, visually impaired and complex needs students.
prestkat
Valentine: A visual one page recipe to make Valentine's Biscuits.

Valentine: A visual one page recipe to make Valentine's Biscuits.

A visual one page recipe to make Valentine's Biscuits. It has visual images to assist in easy reading of this Valentine's recipe. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) but can be used as a valuable resource for early years literacy. This notebook is designed for the students to use it as a visual sequence when cooking. They have all the ingredients and utensils needed and then an easy to follow recipe. It has an inbuilt shopping activity so that the cooking can be integrated into a shopping program. Within the shopping part which encourages literacy skills, students can choose what they will buy and then make their own shopping list by either writing it or sticking the associated visual onto their shopping list. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the ingredients as well as a writing sheet. Plus a Tic Tac Toe game to play.
pearp
Tacos: Visual Recipe and supplementary resources.

Tacos: Visual Recipe and supplementary resources.

Tacos: Visual Recipe and supplementary resources. This notebook is designed for the students to use it as a visual sequence when cooking. They have all the ingredients and utensils needed and then an easy to follow recipe. It has an inbuilt shopping activity so that the cooking can be integrated into a shopping program. Within the shopping part which encourages literacy skills, students can choose what they will buy and then make their own shopping list by either writing it or sticking the associated visual onto their shopping list. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the ingredients as well as some writing sheets. There is an interactive pairs game matching the ingredients. Worksheets accompany the notebook as well as a copy of the visual recipe, which can be printed and laminated for use in the kitchen This recipe makes vegetarian tacos, you can always replace the kidney beans with minced beef.
pearp
Finding Fiona Sensory Story

Finding Fiona Sensory Story

This is a sensory story I created for my topic 'stories'. This was written for a PMLD class of pupils. I have written it with the sentence, the sense, the sensory experience and what I and my TAs are looking for and observing throughout the sessions. Repeat story throughout the term to enable the child to develop anticipation, investigation, awareness, preference and much more. Could also be used in an EYFS KS1 class. Please read our Sensory Dispensary blog for further information on how and why to use this resource: http://sensorydispensary.blogspot.co.uk/. We blog about planning, resources, research, events, CPD, reviews and much more.
Sensory_Dispensary
MACS Charity Assembly for Secondary

MACS Charity Assembly for Secondary

Two assemblies which focus on the work done by the MACS charity (Microphthalmia, Anophthalmia and Coloboma Support). MACS is a charity for young people who were born without eyes or with underdeveloped eyes, so the assemblies focus on the importance of valuing our vision and how we should treat everyone with respect and without prejudice. The assemblies focus on the work MACS do to help and support young people. One of the assemblies is to raise awareness of the work MACS does and the other is for schools interested in fundraising for the charity. These are especially useful for schools teaching topics on prejudice and discrimination and also schools with a child who uses MACS' services. For more clips and information visit the MACS website: http://macs.org.uk/
EC_Resources
MACS Charity Assembly for Primary

MACS Charity Assembly for Primary

Two assemblies which focus on the work done by the MACS charity (Microphthalmia, Anophthalmia and Coloboma Support). MACS is a charity for young people who were born without eyes or with underdeveloped eyes, so the assemblies focus on the importance of valuing our vision and how we should treat everyone with respect and without prejudice. The assemblies focus on the work MACS do to help and support young people. One of the assemblies is to raise awareness of the work MACS does and the other is for schools interested in fundraising for the charity. These are especially useful for schools teaching topics on prejudice and discrimination and also schools with a child who uses MACS' services. For more clips and information visit the MACS website: http://macs.org.uk/
EC_Resources