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Chlamydia – what you need to know to stay safe

Chlamydia – what you need to know to stay safe

The subject of this presentation is Chlamydia, a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI), which has the highest incidence of all STIs in England and affects young people with few initial symptoms but serious complications. This presentation is for people aged 15-24, based in England, who may have questions about sex. This demographic was chosen to reflect the target group of the National Chlamydia Screening Programme (NCSP) overseen by Public Health England (PHE, 2016). Others who would benefit are the broader public, parents and care-givers. The slide design and notes inform and enable risk based decision, rather than shock and stigma; research suggests this is more likely to improve young peoples’ sexual health decisions (Smith, 2015 and Newby et al., 2013). The purpose is to address lack of knowledge that young people, their parents and even General Practioners (GPs) have of the screening process. UK Government estimated £100,000,000 was spent on screening between 2003-2010; by 2008 only 5% of 15-24 year-olds were tested, the target was 15%. Effort to prioritise this resulted in a testing rate of 16% by 2009. Statistical models indicate the target testing rate is essential to bring Chlamydia under control (Woodhall et al., 2014). This approach is opportunistic, meaning young people self-refer for screening using online services, GPs encourage screening during consultations and so on.
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The Very Healthy Caterpillar

The Very Healthy Caterpillar

The Very Healthy Caterpillar -play script, with coloring pictures, adapted from The Very Hungry Caterpillar, by Eric Carle . Reading comprehension exercises: - Read the play script and fill in the gaps with missing words. -Answer the questions below. Draw a circle around the correct answer. - Match the characters with their names. -Find the healthy food in the wordsearch.
Liana2013
Key vocab revision - 11 topics

Key vocab revision - 11 topics

An interactive PowerPoint presentation that revises and reinforces high frequency vocabulary in a fun way. The first slide displays the 11 topics and the teacher or pupils decide which topic to test themselves on. Lots of popular games such as bingo can be played using the slides as a prompt. The topics included are - days of the week - months - colours (11) - pets (9) - numbers 1-20 - countries (12) - verbs (10) - sports (7) - Transport (8) - Weather (5) - Free time (6) This can be used as a starter or a plenary too.
rooney33
Calorie Calculator and Energy Spending reflection

Calorie Calculator and Energy Spending reflection

This is a collaboration 3 lesson plan for elementary students on the theme of energy, particularly on how we use energy from food and then spend it. Kids get to note the amount of calories consumed and spent and calculate the balance over time.
apilkevics
Colouring books

Colouring books

A wide range of colouring books for all occasions. A wonderful way of calming busy minds. Suitable for all ages .... Even adults. Themes covered include kaleidoscopic patterns, map of Europe, Olympic themed images, Christmas, Easter, Halloween and abstract images. All images are original and easy to print.
StartEducation
FUNDA Ofsted Ready Sports Premium Spending Guide For Schools

FUNDA Ofsted Ready Sports Premium Spending Guide For Schools

Great News - School Sports Premium Funding Doubled For Primary Schools In The UK. The UK Government recently announced that the Primary School Sports Premium Funding will be doubled to approx £16,000 per school in the academic year 2017/18. Are you a primary school head teacher, PE lead or Office Manager? Maybe you been given the responsibility to spend your School Sports Premium Funding on behalf of your school? Maybe you are reading this post and you have been allocated with your Sports Premium Funding and you know that your spending must be spent in a justifiable way meeting the new stricter OFSTED Accountability Measures? Perhaps you've already been notified that schools must now appoint a school Governor that represents and audits your schools PE and School Sports Premium Spending? FUNDA has delivered PE programmes, teacher CPD workshops, resources and fun days in hundreds of schools, we are Multi-Award Winning and OFSTED Registered, our team have had the privilege of meeting Her Majesty the Queen. You might be a current head teacher, PE lead, primary school teacher or another educator that works in a primary school setting? If so then I would like to offer you this: FUNDA Ofsted Ready Sports Premium Spending Guide For *FREE! This guide will provide you with lots of value, tips, advice, guidance and FUNDA resources and giveaways including: -How to maximise your Sports Premium Funding? -6 Steps To Sports Premium Spending Success -Sports Premium Spending Alarming Facts -Bonus 1: 20 FUNDA Physical Games *FREE Download -Bonus 2: FUNDA STORY Sample *FREE Download -Bonus 3: FUNDA Review Meeting *FREE Worth £375 This *FREE Guide is worth over £575 ... We hope this *FREE Ofsted Ready Sports Premium Spending Guide makes a difference to your school, our team just wants to help you and make a difference eveyrday - No matter what! Making A Difference Everyday FUNDA Team Tel: 01282 686 670 Ps: Please share this PDF guide with other schools, teachers and educators just like you so that together we can make a difference everyday :)
FUNDAPlay
School Sports Day Spreadsheet

School Sports Day Spreadsheet

School Sports Day Spreadsheet Allows Sign Up, Provides Print Outs, Provides Score Input, Provides Charts There are a number of macros available in the spreadsheet, show tabs, hide tabs, protect cell, auto zoom to fit whatever monitor you have. To use these you will need the Developer Ribbon to be shown. File - Options - Customise Ribbons then select Developer password is sports
patrickcallaghan
EURO 2016 FOOTBALL. Show Your Support Colouring Activity

EURO 2016 FOOTBALL. Show Your Support Colouring Activity

ENGLAND, IRELAND, NORTHERN IRELAND, WALES. The European Football Tournament is well under way no matter who you support. Join the celebrations by allowing your students to design their own football kit. They can use the templates provided to add patterns and colours. A wonderful way to introduce students to the countries of Europe. Perhaps they would like to design a new kit for their own team or simply add colour to represent their chosen nation? An ideal activity for form time or simply as a bit of fun at the end of a busy day. Suitable for KS2 and KS3. Whichever team you and your students are supporting, good luck and enjoy the tournament!
StartEducation
Food_Meat_Animals_Worksheet

Food_Meat_Animals_Worksheet

Students learn different names of 6 animals in Chinese and how to say different kinds of meat in Chinese. Students use different coloured pencils to trace the character 羊 in the given box, they can decorate the background afterwards.
feitiannvh520
Food and Drink Worksheets

Food and Drink Worksheets

1. Exercise Worksheets 2. Activity regarding Likes & Dislikes 3. Characters drill - reinforce students' knowledge and understanding of learned phrases in Chinese characters
feitiannvh520
A Not So English Breakfast (Musical Assembly for KS2)

A Not So English Breakfast (Musical Assembly for KS2)

A Not-so-English Breakfast. A musical assembly for primary schools. Supplied with two songs which have vocals tracks and backing tracks. No musical ability needed Synopsis: It’s breakfast time for an ordinary family. Dad has been grumbling that he wants a full English breakfast- he says he will never eat any “foreign food.” But a full English breakfast actually consists almost entirely of foods from other countries- cornflakes, bacon, tea, coffee, marmalade etc. Children in the audience are delighted as the various dishes are whisked away from him! (More so if a teacher plays the part of Dad) There are lots of possibilities for follow-up work about where food comes from, rhymes, food surveys etc. Songs: “I had a sausage” (A very silly song- children love it) “We Give thanks” (A jolly song of thanks with rap-style spoken verses) Characters: Narrator, dad, mum, sons (Leroy and Adam), daughters (Ann and Julie), singers
Freddie Green