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Exploring Stereotyped Bodies - Addressing gender stereotypes from primary to adult age range

Exploring Stereotyped Bodies - Addressing gender stereotypes from primary to adult age range

This activity explores how gender stereotypes are created and maintained. It is suitable for primary to adults (Have trialled it with all) as differentiation is by outcome. The basic premise is to draw and write all the stereotypes of boys/men in one body and all the stereotypes of girls/women in another body. Then list where the messages come from about how the two bodies should be down the centre between the two bodies. Draw arrows to show the pressure on the bodies. around the outside of the bodies we also list the names or situations that can occur for bodies that do not follow the rules. The question is posed “what is the easiest thing for bodies to do- if to step outside their stereotyped body leads to abuse”. The answer is of course remain in our stereotyped bodies- reinforcing them for ourselves and everyone around us. Discussion then explores how we can create spaces for us all to challenge stereotypes and live free from the constraints of stereotypes.
SexEdUKation
KS1 Class Assemblies

KS1 Class Assemblies

8 KS1 Class Assemblies: -Work Together, Learn Together -Friends -Honesty -Kind Hands, Kind Words -Sharing -Trying Your Best -Fables -Alphabet
mark harland
Comic Strip Conversations

Comic Strip Conversations

This powerpoint provides an explanation of Comic strip conversations. Their key functions are: Visually working through a problem and identifying solutions Systematically identifying what people say and do Emphasising what people may be thinking May provide insight into someone’s perspective of a situation Excellent prerequisite to a social storyTM Illustration of social skills which are abstract or difficult to understand Their rationale is: Visualisation and visual supports are useful for structuring learning and showing how individual components connect and interact Useful for improving comprehension around conversation Understanding other thoughts and feelings is just as important as understanding their words and actions.
SpectrumSavvy
Acts of Kindness Poster or Cards

Acts of Kindness Poster or Cards

Two Acts of Kindness posters, with 18 random acts of kindness. These can be printed A4 or A3 as posters, or printed on card and cut up into small handout cards for students.
psyhacked
KS1 and KS2 Class Assemblies!

KS1 and KS2 Class Assemblies!

A wide variety of assemblies for KS1 and KS2: KS1 Assemblies: -Honesty -Kind Hands, Kind Words -Friends -Work Together, Learn Together -Sharing -Trying Your Best -Fables -The Alphabet -Chinese New Year KS2 Assemblies: -Dilemmas -Fantastic Mr. Fox -Iron Man -Teeth and Healthy Eating -The 7 Continents -The Plague & Great Fire of London -World Peace Day
mark harland
Feelings / emotions activity for social skills

Feelings / emotions activity for social skills

A resource I made for a mixed group of ks1 / ks2 children with autism / social communication needs. Aim is to develop greater understanding of feelings and to begin to develop awareness of other's feelings, also turn taking and attention and listening. Resource includes a feelings poster and 18 cards describing situations that have happened to an imaginary child - e.g. 'She has a wobbly tooth'. We discuss the various feelings an how children are feeling today. Cards are placed face down and children take turns to turn cards over. They consider how the person may be feeling. More able groups could be prompted / questioned to consider would everyone feel that way in that situation (some people can't stand having wobbly teeth, others get excited...) further developing theory of mind and understanding that people can feel differently about situations.
jlp76
PSHE schemes of work

PSHE schemes of work

9 schemes of work for years 7-10 covering a range of topics - easily adapted for different year groups. Check out the free scheme of work on individuality (year 7) as an example. £32 when bought individually.
chelle121
Student Well Being- Bundle

Student Well Being- Bundle

Our student well-being bundle includes 4 resources to help your students improve on their social and emotional functioning. Resources included are: 1. How Do I Feel? Feelings Flash Cards 2. Working Together: Team-building Activities 3. Emotional Intelligence: Activities for Student Well-Being 4. Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience to Students. A. How Do I Feel? Feelings Flash Cards - The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 27 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: 1. Happy 2.Lonely 3. Mad 4. Proud 5. Sad 6. Embarrassed 7. Sheepish 8. Shy 9. Skeptical 10. Suprised 11. Worried 12. Disappointed Boys' emotions and feelings: 1. Anxious 2. Bored 3. Confused 4. Enraged 5. Excited 6. Hurt 7. Mad- Accusatory 8. Mad- Indignant 9. Peeved-Tantruming 10. Proud 11. Scared 12. Shy 13. Smug- Self- Important 14. Startled 15. Stressed B. Working Together: Team Building Activities Working Together: Team-Building Activities This team building set comes with general objectives. Each activity comes with instructions you can modify. It also comes with processing questions to facilitate learning from the activities that you can discuss with your students. 3 Icebreakers 6 Team building Activities (Included are materials needed, instructions and processing questions to facilitate learning from the activities) C. Emotional Intelligence: Activities for Student Well-Being Teaching emotional intelligence could help students handle situations effectively, be able to identify, communicate their feelings to other people and could help them read situations and relationships. It could also help them regulate their emotions and help them respond appropriately to others. This Emotional Intelligence resource focuses on 4 areas: 1. Intrapersonal 2. Interpersonal 3. Stress Management 4. General Mood This emotional intelligence resource includes: a. Definition of Emotional intelligence b. Signs of high emotional intelligence c. Signs of low emotional intelligence d. Activities on the 4 focused areas e. Processing questions to facilitate better learning experiences D. Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience to Students Our students constantly face a lot of difficulties and struggles whether it's family, school or community related. This resource could help and support them to handle their difficulties and struggles better. This resource focuses on 4 areas of resiliency: 1. Self-Awareness 2. Conflict resolution 3. Empathy 4. Teaching Courage It includes: 1. Definition of terms 2. Activities for each area 3.Inputs to use for discussion for each area 3. Processing Questions for each activity
kitcelcorner
PHSE Relationships Unit of Work

PHSE Relationships Unit of Work

A series of 5 Relationships lesson plans based on the PHSE Association's Education Programme of Study* based on an illustrated children's book 'Zig Zag and the Giant Adventure'. The book is an adventure story but also quietly and sensitively deals with issues children may face in a family break-up or arguments with their friends. In the book her parents’ ‘shouty’ voices downstairs leads 6 year old Emily on an adventure with Zig Zag, the Stripy Spotosaurus and her ‘Toy Family’. They encounter a sad princess and two giants arguing outside a castle. *The use of the PHSE Association Programme of Study is recommended by the DfE in its policy statement: Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education March 2017.
btownley
1 year of Tutor Time Activities

1 year of Tutor Time Activities

A power point for each school week of the school year- that's 38 weeks! There is a thought of the week that prompts students to consider what the author means, and how they could implement it into their life/school life. This is followed by a "This week in history" slide. This aims to show students cross-curricular events from 9/11, to the creation of the X-ray, to royal weddings and World War II information. There is sometimes an additional slide based on events in the week e.g. Holocaust Memorial Day, The World Cup etc. It ticks every OFSTED box regarding SMSC/British Values but is also a useful tool to promote awareness about current issues with students. The week in history often provides my quiet group with conversation starters. We also show the thought of the week on the TV screens in our social areas. Please leave feedback if you purchase.
SocialSciencesFairy
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