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Assembly Year - Using PowerPoints

Assembly Year - Using PowerPoints

This is Your Assembly Year using PowerPoints. Each item is a link to a downloadable Assembly PowerPoint Presentation, or other Assembly Materials. Obviously you can rearrange the ideas, but this is a good starting point to build on. You can download AssemblyTube's materials from the TES AssemblyTube Shop.

By BigBill

Back to School Summer Memories Instagram New Class worksheet

Back to School Summer Memories Instagram New Class worksheet

Two page resource with worksheet for pupils to display their summer memories in a Instasummer (Instagram) fashion! Pupils can draw their memories along with the important people in their visual stories. Comment section for pupils to share their work in the classroom to receive feedback from three other pupils in class. Excellent first week back introduction activity to introduce a new class together. Also very useful activity discussing social media and positive/negative comments in person or behind a keyboard.

By ladybugssloan

Year 7 PSHE - Friendship and Bullying complete unit

Year 7 PSHE - Friendship and Bullying complete unit

This is a complete unit of working looking at friendship and bullying aimed at year 7. The unit covers the characteristics of a healthy friendship, how to maintain a friendship, types and definitions of bullying and how to deal with bullying both as an individual and the role of a school. Unit includes: 1) Scheme of learning and Teacher notes. 2) Student Workbooks 3) PowerPoints and additional resources 4) Videos

By randomgirly

My School Journal

My School Journal

A year long book that each week the pupil updates. It starts with the pupil looking at the year ahead, what they want to achieve, how are they going to get there and what the teacher can do to help. They then update it weekly with what went well, what they could do better, what the teacher did well and what they are looking forward to next year. there are updates for half term holidays, Christmas and Easter with an end of year review.

By colin959

Tackling anxiety and depression - building resilience

Tackling anxiety and depression - building resilience

Young people are faced with so many issues today. It is a national issue, young people crumbling under the pressure. Anxiety/depression are continuing to overwhelm our students. I've put together this resource to help understand what it is, to help talk about the issues and using a 6 domain of resilience to get students thinking about how they can overcome these (and other mental health) issues.

By paulfaci

Emotions: Learning about 6 emotions

Emotions: Learning about 6 emotions

Emotions: this is a smart notebook resource, which introduces 6 emotions - calm, happy, sad, angry, tired and sick. It give examples of these emotions and how you feel when experiencing these emotions. It uses visual images to support understanding. It has a few comprehension pages. There are worksheets to support the comprehension activities and also some worksheets for pre-reading and pre-writing activities around the emotions. It was designed for students with special needs and would work well for young mainstream students

By pearp

Back to School Banners

Back to School Banners

Hey! It's that time of year again... Grab this freebie and save yourself some time! 5 designs, different fonts and 'kind of' ink friendly ;) Be sure and only print the page you need. Each banner is the length of 3-4 A4 pages :)

By PollyPuddleduck

Courage bravery assembly complete walk through and resources

Courage bravery assembly complete walk through and resources

This assembly is themed on courage, although can be edited for bravery instead. It includes two powerpoints and a page of notes and explanation. With this, you will have everything you need for a 20-25 minute assembly that will go down a treat. Suitable for ages 7-16, KS2, KS3 and KS4.

By georgey32

Drawing & Painting Skulls Bundle.

Drawing & Painting Skulls Bundle.

Save 55% Develop drawing skills with these skull resources. 1. COMPLETE THE MISSING SECTIONS OF SKULL Learning Object: to draw with detail and a range of tones. All sections could be completed in pencil or you could use a range of media such as fine liner, charcoal pencils, conte crayon or paint. 2. COMPLETE THE SKULL DRAWING A step more difficult than the task above - this time complete the missing half of the skull. 3. SKULL & SKELETON PHOTO BANK 22 Fantastic photographs of a human skull and rib-cage within a PowerPoint - easy to print. Dramatic compositions make these photographs ideal to draw and paint from. 4. SKULL GRID DRAWING Teach a range of drawing skills with this excellent resource. Your students will learn about line, tone and the importance of adding detail. Excellent extension task or cover lesson. 5. SKULL PHOTOBANK WITH ARTIST & MEDIA SUGGESTIONS A new set of photos from those listed above. Beautiful, detailed, high resolution photographs of a real human skull. This could be the starting for a comprehensive project drawing and/or painting project. There are photographs of the full skull front on and from the side, close-ups and a second set of photographs where the skull sits on red cloth for that dramatic Hamlet feel! There are suggestions for what drawing mediums to use, what artists to make links with, some skull facts to sound like the expert and ideas for where to take this project.

By TheArtyTeacher