Bee in your Bonnet Worry Cards

Bee in your Bonnet Worry Cards

Do you teach primary school and need a way to encourage your students to express themselves? Sometimes it can be tricky to get our students to feel comfortable to share their worries and concerns. These Bee in your Bonnet worry cards are a cute and non-confrontational way of encouraging students to communicate with their teacher. Students write out their concerns or questions on the card and put it inside the Bonnet (box) for the teacher to privately read later. This is a great way to get on top of thing such as student anxiety, bullying or more serious personal issues. Bee in your Bonnets help create an open and safe atmosphere of communication and help build trust and rapport between you and your students. This zip file includes: 1 explanation sheet 5 styles/sizes of bonnet cards I hope you find them useful!
hannerilou
Free Student Wellbeing Surveys & Analysis

Free Student Wellbeing Surveys & Analysis

EduKit is a social enterprise providing schools with Insight, an online application that gives a voice to all students all over the world to talk about mental health and wellbeing issues. Join over 300 schools in using Insight, where you can ask students questions about wellbeing and analyse the results completely for free. It’s free for all UK state schools and you can get started with minimal fuss here. If you want to find out more before getting started, click here.
EduKitWellbeing
Cute Fried Egg Clip Art

Cute Fried Egg Clip Art

Cute Fried Egg ClipArt Original Artwork 9 Colour png images - transparent backgrounds. 300 dpi One set with a transparent background and one set with a white background Credit Required: Please credit Katqatresources with a clickable link somewhere in your pdf, blog, and anywhere the images are used. Without credit, I do not allow this use. The following uses are NOT allowed: -Selling product as is -Claiming product as your own -Redistributing graphics -Collage sheets -Digital Scrapbooking -Print on demand (ex. Zazzle, Café Press) -Mass Production -Using product in editable files such as .doc, .eps, .ai, etc. -Loading images to blogs & websites as is. This would allow anyone to right click and take the product. It must be part of a creation or design. If you would like to use these designs for mass printing please contact me on @katherinemtr Instagram. .
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Tackling Homophobia in Primary Schools - an NQT Resource Pack

Tackling Homophobia in Primary Schools - an NQT Resource Pack

This pack was designed to be given to teachers who are wanting to tackle homophobic, transphobic and biphobic bullying in the classroom. The pack is a comprehensive introduction to LGBT rights, and explores a wide variety of issues. This resource includes glossaries, research, the law, impact for schools, curriculum and support, learning opportunities and an analysis of different strategies that ‘normalise’ LGBT rights within the classroom. While the pack is predominantly information based, there are lesson / curriculum ideas included inside.
jbateson1
Back to School- Worry Cards

Back to School- Worry Cards

Got a class full of worriers? Have a few children that have a bunch of questions that need answering? This is the resource for you! At the beginning of a brand new school year, children can be timid, unsure and un confident with a new teacher/classroom. By using these cards you can create a whole class discussion in which all potential worries can be discussed in a safe environment, where children feel secure. It’s a very simple activity to make children feel more at home in their new classroom and with their new teacher.
TheIrishTeacher
Your friend's Social Media post - what would you do next?

Your friend's Social Media post - what would you do next?

A resource for KS 3/4 can be used in PSHE or tutor group to promote discussion on online safety, what to consider when posting on social media, critical thinking, and how to keep themselves safe online. Answers and discussion guidance supplied.
UoKCCP
Questioning online activity

Questioning online activity

A resource for KS 3/4 can be used in PSHE or tutor group to promote discussion on online safety, critical thinking, and how to keep themselves safe online. Answers and discussion guidance supplied. A brief look at the potential perils of snapchat.
UoKCCP
CV/ Resume ( Head teacher/ Senior leaders)

CV/ Resume ( Head teacher/ Senior leaders)

This is the CV I submitted to successfully gain my first headship. I bought the blank template off a resume website. It looks professional, concise and without waffle. The feedback I received was that it was the best CV out of all applicants. Schools in UK use application forms so this will be good for international applications or you could use this format inside your application where you have to write about work history, strengths etc. I used this CV to apply for headships however it can be adapted to any leadership role and the format can be adapted for teaching role too.
purple_carrot
Single Central Register master copy

Single Central Register master copy

SCR clumsy or clunky? Not able to edit it or just view teachers? This is completely editable Paginated so headers and names ALWAYS appear on every page 6 sides of A4 will show all details for approx 30 staff Every possible category of safeguarding included Every column has a filter button to make it easy to search for gaps or problems
markmccadden
Internet Safety Week Form/Assembly Resources

Internet Safety Week Form/Assembly Resources

4 daily power points that can be combined into one assembly for Internet safety week. Really helpful resource that is ideally used by form tutors or Pastoral leads. Suitable for all ages and key stages. As usual documents are completely editable.
Thomaswilson
E-Safety

E-Safety

Contains a PowerPoint which looks at how to be SMART online and provides children with help and advice for being safe online. Also has 4 different scenarios that can be discussed as a class for children to use their new skills and the information they have used.
HollywoodR95
Super Pupil Premium Bundle

Super Pupil Premium Bundle

Complete Pupil Premium strategy to rapidly bolster progress. This includes strategies for Teaching and learning Mentoring Attendance and PA Life experiences and enrichment Leadership dashboard Transition
leepeachey
End of The Year Class Compliments Cards

End of The Year Class Compliments Cards

The end of the year is a great time to reinforce classroom community. This resource will encourage classroom community as the students create meaningful “gifts” for one another. Give each student a class set of compliment cards. Have them write a compliment to each of their classmates. Included is 7 different styles of compliment cards. Each style is two cards per one page. This helps you save paper. Print out the style you like for your classroom. This resource also has a compliment guidelines and character traits. This will help your students get them started with ideas. This handout comes in a color and black & white version. At the end of the last day of school, pass out the cards to your students. They will love them. It’s a great way to promote positive memories within your classroom.
rombop
Classroom Rules Hashtag Posters

Classroom Rules Hashtag Posters

Tired of displaying your classroom rules in a boring manner? This resource is a fun, creative way to display classroom rules. This resource includes In this download, you will get 12 classroom rules and hashtag posters. Also included is a main “Classroom Rules” poster. There are two sizes of posters and multiple styles. The first is the standard 8.5 x 11 paper size. The second is half a pge. The half page style comes with two rules per page and a dotted line to cut the pages easier. Full Page 8.5 x 11 Styles: 3 Black and white 2 Colored Half Page 4.25 x 5.5 Styles 2 Black and white 1 Colored The included posters: Classroom rules Have a positive rules Come to class prepared Throw out trash No cell phone use in class Raise your hand Try your best Be kind Follow directions Work hard Stay seated Listen Be respectful
rombop
End of the Year Memory Book (Editable in Google Slides)

End of the Year Memory Book (Editable in Google Slides)

This resource provides a cover page as well as writing pages where students reflect on their school year. Allow your students to reflect on all the great things that occured within your classroom. This resource includes the following pages: memories my teacher learning my advice my future my change summer
rombop
General and Individual Trip Risk assessments

General and Individual Trip Risk assessments

A comprehensive 19 page risk assessment for a 6 day residential trip abroad which can be adapted easily for any trip or activity. This document contains a general risk assessment for the whole travelling party with 32 hazards identified and their controls to reduce the risk for each activity. You’ll also find 10 individual risk assessments for vulnerable pupils (covering: diabetes, nut allergy, epilepsy, glandular fever, PKU, general and hemiplegic migraines, visual impairment, hypermobilty and thyroid). This resource also include 2 guides to deal with : hypoglycemia, EpiPen along with Allergy Cards in French and a medical log.
s.rnd
Google Slides - Classroom Newsletter

Google Slides - Classroom Newsletter

I love sending a newsletter home every week. It helps keep the students organized as well as keep communication with the parents. You can use this newsletter digitally with a blog or google classroom. You can also print it out and give it to your students. This package comes in 3 styles, simple, dotted, blocked. Each style comes in 7 colors. You get printable PDFs & editable Google Slides
rombop
Secure your Google Account: 2 Step Verification Guide

Secure your Google Account: 2 Step Verification Guide

When it comes to data you want secured, your email accounts are probably close to the top of the list. Strong passwords can help, but to be as secure as possible, you want to enable two-step authentication. This is a great resource to print out and have your students follow. It teaches students about 2 step verification! What You Get: • What is two-step authentication? • Setup your Google account • Alternative second steps
rombop
Teacher organiser/planner/diary

Teacher organiser/planner/diary

These are the resources that I have made to create an A4 binder diary. This is separate from a regular planning folder. They include: divider pages to laminate A week to view diary Logins sheet Children’s notebook pages. These are pages with a bullet journalling style that allow me to keep brief notes on the children in my class. This means that when it comes to parent evenings or report writing I can recal highlights. It also helps to notice behaviour patterns and to track those niggling feelings that aren’t enough to warrant a safeguarding form. It also helps to log individual misconceptions so that differentiation or homework is more personalised. The words and colours are all editable. You could even change the background image on the dividers as they are just copied and pasted and set behind text.
bumbletot
Y7 Transition Booklet

Y7 Transition Booklet

This booklet is to help develop a smooth transition from primary to secondary school and forge better relationships between the form tutor and pupil.
leepeachey
Priority Dashboard and Pupil Profile

Priority Dashboard and Pupil Profile

Our priority cohort pupil dashboard allows you to: Present to your middle/senior leadership teams the priority target pupils Allows subject leaders to plan support collaboratively with their team Gives you a strategic overview of key pupils to bolster progress across KS3/KS4 Allows you to target Boys/DP/FSM/Pupil Premium/SEND pupils Raise awareness with all staff of key pupils they need to focus on. Use the dashboard as a covian warboard to strategically plan support. Track progress, attendance, behaviour on a termly basis Present to governors visually and in a highly engaging way. Use our pupil profile in your Senior Leadership, Middle Leadership, Departmental and Pastoral meetings. Identify what is work for a pupil in different areas across the school and share good practice. This document is a brilliant discussion point when tabled and is a power tool that can be used to bolster the progress of key pupils.
leepeachey
Priority cohort pupil dashboard : SEND, BOYS, FSM, Disadvantaged, KS3/KS4

Priority cohort pupil dashboard : SEND, BOYS, FSM, Disadvantaged, KS3/KS4

Our priority cohort pupil dashboard allows you to: Present to your middle/senior leadership teams the priority target pupils Allows subject leaders to plan support collaboratively with their team Gives you a strategic overview of key pupils to bolster progress across KS3/KS4 Allows you to target Boys/DP/FSM/Pupil Premium/SEND pupils Raise awareness with all staff of key pupils they need to focus on. Use the dashboard as a covian warboard to strategically plan support. Track progress, attendance, behaviour on a termly basis Present to governors visually and in a highly engaging way.
leepeachey
eSafety Leaflet

eSafety Leaflet

This eSafety leaflet is ideal to give to parents, students or staff. The leaflet covers trends in eSafety including: Online Gaming (Fortnite) Youtube Streaming services Snapchat and Snap maps General eSafety Advice This leaflet would support any eSafety parent workshops or help produce an eSafety Assembly.
dhurst
Mentoring report (Competitive Mentoring)

Mentoring report (Competitive Mentoring)

Used to bolster progress for DP, Pupil Premium, SEND, and Boys. Simple use the report and generate a weekly score. Pupils compete for the highest score over a period of time for a rewards. You create a weekly league table and publish their results. This works really well for re-engaging boys back into learning.
leepeachey
Raise attendance and reduce persistent absence

Raise attendance and reduce persistent absence

This strategy has had impact in my setting. Attendance for the DP cohort is up 3% and PA has reduced by 13%. Resource includes: Letter to parents that presents attendance data graphically. Dynamic graph creator to help you present the data graphically Attendance postcards to target all bands and ‘nudge’ the top end. Parental pamphlet that outlines the importance of good attendance and also legal actions. Pupil 360 passport to track attendance and progress data.
leepeachey
Attendance letter: Improve attendance and PA (Pupil Premium, FSM, SEN, Boys)

Attendance letter: Improve attendance and PA (Pupil Premium, FSM, SEN, Boys)

This letter is to be used every half term to give parents a snap shot of where their children currently are. This gives parents and children an emotional buy in as it compares them to their friendship group in a graphical format. The idea to present the attendance data in a graphic format helps combat the barrier of poor parental literacy levels. The letter can easily be changed into a mail merge to make the process more efficient. This letter can also be used to ‘nudge’ the top end. Resource includes: An adaptable letter A dynamic chart creater to help present your attendance data more effectively Attendance pamphlet for parents and script to be used in attendance meeting Law and legal duty on attendance This strategy in combination with attendance postcards has improved attendance in my setting by 3% since last year and PA by 13%.
leepeachey
Attendance Postcards : Raise attendance of Pupil Premium, FSM, Boys, and SEND

Attendance Postcards : Raise attendance of Pupil Premium, FSM, Boys, and SEND

Targeted postcards to raise the attendance of identified cohorts. These target all bands of attendance and can also be used to ‘nudge’ the top end. The templates are fully adaptable for your school. The idea is that these postcards are sent home to your identified cohort every half term. This strategy has had impact in my setting and attendance has improved by 3% for DP since last year and PA has dropped by 13%. Simple but effective!
leepeachey
My Vegan Child - A Resource for Educators

My Vegan Child - A Resource for Educators

My Vegan Child is a free online resource for parents, teachers and caregivers of vegan children. The booklet was created in collaboration with a group of vegan parents and educators. We wanted to communicate in a way that would inform our children’s teachers on veganism and to navigate potential sensitive areas such as food, nutrition and animal welfare. With more and more families becoming vegan, it is important that educators and carers gain an insight into the perspective of the vegan children they teach. Veganism is much more than just a diet. The information provided both in the booklet, and on this website, will help create a more inclusive learning environment for vegan children, as well as ideas and links for including humane education in teaching programs for all. Printing Info: Open pdf file in Adobe Acrobat Reader (download Adobe for free here). Choose print, then select ‘booklet’ as an option.
My_Vegan_Child
Pupil Profile and Attitude Behaviour Assessments

Pupil Profile and Attitude Behaviour Assessments

Pupil Profile for KS2 pupils. Previously used with levels but can be adapted to Emerging/Developing/Secure/Greater Depth etc. Word format Also includes Attitude Behaviour Assessment. Great to discuss with parents and give evidence for SEN reviews.
orangedaisy86
Car Classroom Behaviour System

Car Classroom Behaviour System

This is a visual behaviour scheme that allows for Teachers to have a in class behaviour system that links with both visual and verbal communication. Every child is on the green car because they are ‘on track’, if they make a wrong choice, a verbal reminder to ‘check their engines’ can be given which is the yellow car. If they continue this behaviour or being disruptive in the class then they need a ‘pit stop’. The pit stop means that they reflect on their actions, but like in real life racing, they still have the ability to get ‘back on track’. Children respond well to this especially boys. The resource comes with two documents, one has the three coloured cars and the other document includes road signs to help explain each car. Enjoy! Mr H
Jords89
The Anti Bullying 101 Podcasts

The Anti Bullying 101 Podcasts

These 9 Podcasts are taken directly from Anti Bullying 101. They provide the listener with some great insights and strategies on how to deal with the bullying epidemic, improve school climate, teach respect, encourage responsibility, and build a classroom environment that is cooperative and safe.
JamesHBurns
PSHE Activities for KS3

PSHE Activities for KS3

Preparation free PSHE activities for Key Stage 3 students. Includes resources relating to drugs, friendship, body image, character, food and diet. Also includes a series of motivational posters.
StartEducation
PSHE BODY IMAGE Worksheet

PSHE BODY IMAGE Worksheet

This 7 page printable resource provides students with lots of information about the sensitive and serious topic of body image. The damaging effects of the media’s portrayal of “perfection” is covered, along with the impact of self inflicted and peer pressure. Also included is a worksheet which encourages students to engage in the topic and consider their own views on the issues raised. Ideal for PSHCE lessons when time is tight.
StartEducation
Research Journal - Innovate March 2018

Research Journal - Innovate March 2018

Here’s out latest issue of Innovate. It’s jam packed with the next stage of our investigations as well as some lovely extras: how to manage stress and anxiety, when governors and students work together and how to build a community of inquiry. Have a read!
meerachudasama
NSPCC training courses for education professionals

NSPCC training courses for education professionals

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/what-you-can-do/get-expert-training/ The NSPCC and face-to-face child protection and safeguarding training courses specifically for those working in education. Face-to-face training courses include: Designated safeguarding lead for schools and colleges in England – Face to Face training Designated safeguarding lead for schools and colleges in England refresher – Face to Face training Online courses include: Child protection in schools Safer recruitment in education Keeping children safe online Managing sexualised behaviour in primary schools
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