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Mental Health, PSHE

Mental Health, PSHE

Introduction to Mental Health for KS3 PSHE / Citizenship. Full lessson including resources. Includes: Ddiamond 9 activity on healthy lifestyles Quiz on mental health Information on different mental health disorders including anxiety, OCD and self harm. Group work on spotting and helping with mental health Badge competition Leave a review and chose another resource for free! Email below Thanks for taking a look. Any money earned from resources goes into printing educational and SEN materials and games for local schools. If you need any information or spot any errors please do not hesitate to email me directly Amewingcat@gmail.com.

By harle

phonic planning phase 3

phonic planning phase 3

11 lessons with activities made for a complex class. Easy to adapt. Planning has differentiation as well as nonsense words. Good luck. Happy teaching.

By jasmine1002003

Walking back to happiness

Walking back to happiness

The intervention - is divided up into 7 sessions, covering different aspects of the programme. The student pack - contains between 19 - 24 worksheets which enable the student to develop skills, log their thoughts and feelings and to form the basis of the discussions. The facilitator pack - accompanies the student pack contains roughly 35 - 40 pages which support the worksheets, suggesting what to discuss, which issues to cover and how to encourage good debate. AIMS OF INTERVENTION This intervention leads on from a level one intervention as it probes a little deeper and asks more of the student; it is designed to address more complex issues. It is for those students particularly who suffer with anxiety and stress which affects them day to day; affecting their engagement in school and life in general. Their behaviour will have become a concern for practitioners and family alike, the student may acknowledge that they may need help or they may be resistant at first. FACILITATOR NOTES In order to lead this course you will need to have forged some trust between yourself and the student. You need to carry out the student analysis and evaluate what they have already done to address their issues. These students may have been involved in numerous programmes, try and establish how they engaged or didn’t. REFERRAL CRITERIA This could come from a range of issues depending on your particular area of need. Swearing at staff Poorly motivated Poor attitude Generally disengaged Unable to work in a group Low mood Poor communication skills Lots of issues outside of school School refuser Only a few friends BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTIONS 1.Me so far - a general getting to know you session setting out the themes for the weeks to come and expectations for the group. 2.Fear and control - Talking about feelings, establishing what has been learnt so far and how to take positive steps in moving forward. 3.How do I fit in? - A general pedagogy of a child’s interactions; family and friends. Looking at how these affect their mood and general well being. 4.Who can help? - This session is about what affects the student, how they struggle within certain scenarios and how they can begin to rethink their needs and priorities. 5.What are you feeling? - This session is a little more in depth about the student themselves; looking at their empathy and self awareness. 6.Progress - this session concentrates on the future and sets out strategies and habits for the future. 7.Check up - general check up and celebration of what the students have achieved.

By Sunshine-Groups

Walking back to happiness

Walking back to happiness

The intervention - is divided up into 7 sessions, covering different aspects of the programme. The student pack - contains between 19 - 24 worksheets which enable the student to develop skills, log their thoughts and feelings and to form the basis of the discussions. The facilitator pack - accompanies the student pack contains roughly 35 - 40 pages which support the worksheets, suggesting what to discuss, which issues to cover and how to encourage good debate. AIMS OF INTERVENTION This intervention leads on from a level one intervention as it probes a little deeper and asks more of the student; it is designed to address more complex issues. It is for those students particularly who suffer with anxiety and stress which affects them day to day; affecting their engagement in school and life in general. Their behaviour will have become a concern for practitioners and family alike, the student may acknowledge that they may need help or they may be resistant at first. FACILITATOR NOTES In order to lead this course you will need to have forged some trust between yourself and the student. You need to carry out the student analysis and evaluate what they have already done to address their issues. These students may have been involved in numerous programmes, try and establish how they engaged or didn’t. REFERRAL CRITERIA This could come from a range of issues depending on your particular area of need. Swearing at staff Poorly motivated Poor attitude Generally disengaged Unable to work in a group Low mood Poor communication skills Lots of issues outside of school School refuser Only a few friends BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTIONS Me so far - a general getting to know you session setting out the themes for the weeks to come and expectations for the group. Fear and control - Talking about feelings, establishing what has been learnt so far and how to take positive steps in moving forward. How do I fit in? - A general pedagogy of a child’s interactions; family and friends. Looking at how these affect their mood and general well being. Who can help? - This session is about what affects the student, how they struggle within certain scenarios and how they can begin to rethink their needs and priorities. What are you feeling? - This session is a little more in depth about the student themselves; looking at their empathy and self awareness. Progress - this session concentrates on the future and sets out strategies and habits for the future. Check up - general check up and celebration of what the students have achieved.

By Sunshine-Groups

Emoji Feeling Chart SEBD

Emoji Feeling Chart SEBD

An emoji chart for 3 main parts of the day- 12pm after morning lesson; 1pm after lunchtime and 3:15pm just before the end of the school day. This can identify any problems within school immediately and avoid build ups of emotion resulting in stress for the child and undesirable behaviour in school or at home.

By hjacks

ABCD - Achieving Behaviour Change Decision Log Sheet

ABCD - Achieving Behaviour Change Decision Log Sheet

This is a modified version of the ABC model which is used in a wide range of school and clinical settings to modify undesirable behaviour. It is used by staff to help them reflect on the environmental triggers for behaviour for individuals and whole groups or in targeted behaviour interventions for whole people What is different about this: The language encourages reflection on self and behaviours rather than blaming someone else. The emphasis on the language is “you” and your behaviour and the choices made. This is very important because bad stuff happens to everyone and those people who mindfully respond to situations generally get a better outcome for themselves and others. Those who externalise their problems “so and so upset me” rarely change their behaviour because they have a ready-made excuse. The drip drip drip of focus on “your choice” “your behaviour” is the only means I know of helping them realise they may not have control over what happens to them but they can control how they respond. The other main difference is that there isn’t just ABC – antecedents, behaviour, consequences but also D. Decision. When things have gone wrong in a situation it is tempting for everyone to do an autopsy. This isn’t helpful. The events are already “gone” and one the slab (to continue the metaphor). D is the “what next” “do something different” it could be setting a personal target. Or if things have gone well, encourage reflection on what well and making it “even better”. If this is about trying something different then try to change one behaviour at a time. So this takes the analysis from the past into trying to make future actions better or even better next time.

By granvilleey1

I, Monster - David Taransaud

I, Monster - David Taransaud

Samples Pages - I, Monster I, Monster is a resource for all professionals in health and education who work with challenging young people. The book aims to explain the issues behind challenging behaviour, to enable empathy, and to facilitate a more productive therapeutic relationship between the health/education professional and the child. I, Monster is divided into three parts. - Part one suggests that our greatest foes lurk deep within ourselves, and that knowing our own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darkness of other people (Jung, 1973). - Part two focuses on the inner world of adolescents who use aggression to manage early terrors. - Part three explores approaches and strategies to help them heal the pain of the past. Full of case studies as well as coverage of key concepts and theory, this book offers a fascinating insight into the minds of the young people you work with. You can purchase the full title from the Speechmark website: https://www.speechmark.net/shop/i-monster - Use code TES at the online checkout and get 20% off!

By Leakr

Protective Behaviours Parent/Carer handout and delivery booklet

Protective Behaviours Parent/Carer handout and delivery booklet

An 11 page resource for parents and carers to be given when children are receiving the 7 week PB course. Information about PBs, a detailed explanation of each weeks activity and an activity sheet for them to do at home supporting that weeks theme. Really excellent resource to embed the PB delivery at home and raise awareness for the family. This pack also includes free handouts for parents/carers including: How does my body tell me I am feeling unsafe My body rules My early warning signs Posters A range of other PB resources available including delivery booklets

By stalbanseps

Anger and Challenging Behaviour management cards

Anger and Challenging Behaviour management cards

A set of 18 pocket sized set of reminders for children who have trouble managing their anger. Strategies to use when stressed. Blank cards are included for specific instructions and can be written on with a pen. These can be useful when used with the Stressometer - one at home and one at school with consistent messages can help your child to regulate themselves. Print them off (I suggest you laminate them) and pop on a keyring. Or print as large posters round the room These are also available to purchase professionally made on a keyring from my Ebay store £4.99 inc delivery. eBay item number:132130271377

By stalbanseps

Blob School - Pip Wilson & Ian Long

Blob School - Pip Wilson & Ian Long

Sample Pages - Blob School Blob School is an educational resource designed specifically for one of the main purchasers of the Blobs – teachers! It was created by Ian whilst he was a full time primary school teacher. It aims to cover all the key areas of school life so that teachers, assistants, school workers, pupils and parents can reflect upon a wide range of contexts and issues which occur throughout the school year. The book has about 47 images in black and white (with a colour option which extends it to 94, to be made available on a companion CD or password protected website) which can be projected upon an Interactive White Board or photocopied for whole class or small group discussion. It has already been trialled as a downloadable resource by Ian and Pip, and is the most popular of the Blob products, with people purchasing it both in the UK and internationally. You can purchase the full title from the Speechmark website: https://www.speechmark.net/shop/blob-school - Use code TES at the online checkout and get 20% off!

By Leakr

Shrinking the Smirch - The Young People’s Edition - Jo Johnson

Shrinking the Smirch - The Young People’s Edition - Jo Johnson

Samples Pages & Activities Shrinking the Smirch: The Young People's Edition' is for young people (between 12 and 21). It is all about the mind, what goes on in your head and coping with all the pressure and challenges young people have to face at home and at school. You can purchase the full title from the Speechmark website: https://www.speechmark.net/shop/shrinking-smirch-young-peoples-edition - Use code TES at the online checkout and get 20% off! This unique workbook for teenagers asks you to pretend all those tricky thoughts and feelings are coming from a smirch, an imaginary friend, a mind bully who wants to pull you into the pit of despair. Shrinking the smirch gives lots of ideas about how you can beat this mind bully and cope better with all the thoughts and feelings that make you feel anxious, lonely and upset in order to stay physically and mentally healthy. The book helps you work out what your smirch makes you think, feel and do and create an image or description of your own smirch; it includes twenty practical ways to shrink your smirch, ideas based on psychological approaches that have been proven to work including narrative therapy, CBT. ACT, systemic and solution focused models as well as mindfulness and positive psychology. The book written by a consultant clinical psychologist with twenty years experience with young people as a youth leader and clinician addresses relevant issues including low confidence, peer and academic pressure, anxiety and social media. Written in an accessible but un-patronising manner with marvelous pictures and some positive humour, this workbook is an easy read and will be a great resource for young people, parents, teachers, clinicians and youth workers. You can purchase the full title from the Speechmark website: https://www.speechmark.net/shop/shrinking-smirch-young-peoples-edition - Use code TES at the online checkout and get 20% off!

By Leakr