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Year 6 PSHE lesson - homelessness

Year 6 PSHE lesson - homelessness

The following lesson is a sample lesson from the Ealing PSHE scheme of work. This Year 6 lesson focuses on helping children understand and break the stereotypes associated with homelessness, including hidden homelessness. In order to access the entire Year 6 planning, or the entire PSHE scheme of work, you can download from TES or contact Claire on meadec@ealing.gov.uk for more information.
EalingHealthImprovementTeam
Holding Hands

Holding Hands

Holding Hands - An exciting songbook to support Personal, social, and emotional development. Content: Confidence and independence; Body awareness and control; Development of relationships; Positive attitudes; Respect for self and others; Good self-steem; Understanding of right and wrong; Health and hygiene issues; Turn taking; Good manners; Response to a greeting; Care for the environment; Listening skills; Sitting still; Working collaboratively; Joining in; Following instructions; Self-expression; Positive behaviour. 40 songs included - 20 with vocals and 20 instrumental versions. Also contains the sheet music and lyrics for each song. 1 Neat and clean boogie Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 2 Taking turns Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 3 The good manners song Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 4 Tidy-up time Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 5 Teddy Wrong and Teddy Right Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 6 The listening game Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 7 Will you be my friend? Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 8 Sit very still Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 9 Join in! Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 10 How do I feel? Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 11 Funny feet Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 12 I’m clever Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 13 It’s good, to be good! Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 14 How do you do? Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 15 Holding hands Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 16 Everyone is special Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 17 One more try! Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 18 Gentle hands Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 19 I can do it too! Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment 20 Goodbye everybody! Vocal Track Instrumental Accompaniment
Under5s_Uk
Year 5 PSHE lesson - bullying

Year 5 PSHE lesson - bullying

The following lesson is a sample lesson from the Ealing PSHE scheme of work. This is a Year 5 lesson which focuses on developing children's understanding of bullying and why people are excluded. In order to access the entire Year 5 planning, or the entire PSHE scheme of work, you can download from TES or contact Claire on meadec@ealing.gov.uk for more information.
EalingHealthImprovementTeam
Year 4 PSHE lesson - growth mindset

Year 4 PSHE lesson - growth mindset

The following lesson is a sample lesson from the Ealing PSHE scheme of work. This is a Year 4 lesson which focuses on building, developing and increasing pupils growth mindset. In order to access the entire Year 4 planning, or the entire PSHE scheme of work, you can download from TES or contact Claire on meadec@ealing.gov.uk for more information.
EalingHealthImprovementTeam
Year 3 PSHE lesson - road safety

Year 3 PSHE lesson - road safety

The following lesson is a sample lesson from the Ealing PSHE scheme of work. This is a Year 3 lesson which focuses on raising children's understanding and awareness of how to walk safely on roads. In order to access the entire Year 3 planning, or the entire PSHE scheme of work, you can download from TES or contact Claire on meadec@ealing.gov.uk for more information.
EalingHealthImprovementTeam
Year 2 PSHE lesson - smoking education

Year 2 PSHE lesson - smoking education

The following lesson is a sample lesson from the Ealing PSHE scheme of work. This is a Year 2 lesson which focuses on tobacco education where the children explore the negative effects of smoking. In order to access the entire Year 2 planning, or the entire PSHE scheme of work, you can download from TES or contact Claire on meadec@ealing.gov.uk for more information.
EalingHealthImprovementTeam
Year 1 PSHE lesson - self esteem

Year 1 PSHE lesson - self esteem

The following lesson is a sample lesson from the Ealing PSHE scheme of work. This is a Year 1 lesson which focuses on building self esteem in pupils, through discussion and interactive games on the importance of compliments. In order to access the entire Year 1 planning, or the entire PSHE scheme of work, you can download from TES or contact Claire on meadec@ealing.gov.uk for more information.
EalingHealthImprovementTeam
Valentine's Day Cards: Note from the Teacher

Valentine's Day Cards: Note from the Teacher

These editable Valentine’s Day Cards are a great way to show your love and support to your students. They are not just your typical Valentine’s Cards, it includes a positive affirmation note to recognize, affirm and acknowledge your student’s strengths. It also includes an editable general valentine’s card that you could use. It includes 4 different frames that you could choose from. List of Valentine Cards: 1. You’re one of a kind – boy/girl version 2. You’re a star- boy/girl version 3. You’re sweet- boy/girl version 4. You rock- boy/girl version 5. You make others happy- boy/girl version 6. You’re friendly 7. You’re supportive – boy/girl version 8. You’re humble- boy/girl version 9. You’re fun to be with 10. You’re kind 11. You’re a good leader – boy/girl version 12. You’re respectful- boy/girl version 13. You treat others fairly 14. You’re a winner- boy/girl version 15. You’re a great team-player 16. You’re studious- boy/girl version 17. You’re cheerful- boy/girl version 18. You’re obedient- boy/girl version 19. You’re confident- boy/girl version 20. You’ re smart- boy/girl version 21. You’re good with ideas- boy/girl version 22. You’re creative 23. You’re organized 24. You’re a tech-savvy 25. You’re a Math Mastermind 26. You’re a sports- Phenom 27. You’re a remarkable reporter 28. You’re a stellar story teller 29. You’re a phonic phenom 30. You’re a pitch perfect diva 31. You’re a Social Studies Phenom 32. You’re a sensational sharer 33. You’re a fantastic tutor 34. You’re a Science Phenom 35. You’re understanding Blank Templates: 1. Happy Valentine’s Day 2. I love having you in class. Happy Valentine’s Day.
kitcelcorner
Plenary Comment Boards - A5

Plenary Comment Boards - A5

I have produced these simple plenary comment boards that can be used within any subject, each board has a speech bubble and a question the student answers about their learning/understanding within the lesson, they write their answers down and then share it with the class. I have laminated a set for my students so they can be used again. I have found them successful in Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy & Health & Social Classes with low level learners. However, the questions can be adapted to meet the requirements with higher level learners.
annhendy
ARMISTICE POWER POINT PRESENTATION

ARMISTICE POWER POINT PRESENTATION

A PowerPoint presentation for assembly. With discussion the presentation can last 15minutes but could also be sped through in 5. Explains what Armistice is, the difference between Armistice and Rememberance Sunday, discusses the relevance of the poppy and intends to make students think about how we can learn from the past and so move into a brighter future. Colour coded slides; red, black and whie.
DionneDawsonAuthor
Courageous Conversations

Courageous Conversations

This journal poses 10 questions that helps students see their responsibility in social problem solving. It helps the student see that the problem starts with me and ends with us. A great tool for conflict resolution and mediation.
JamesHBurns
3 SHORT ANTI BULLYING SCRIPTS

3 SHORT ANTI BULLYING SCRIPTS

3 short scripts lasting a couple of minutes long, look at various types of bullying and bullies. A workshop is included in the first script to assist your students to understand what they can do to help stop bullying; -Shaken & not stirred -The little you -Girl R skets
DionneDawsonAuthor