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Ambition

Ambition

During the sessions, the facilitator is encouraged to allow the participants to think about the topic, express their viewpoints, share their experiences and explore its applicability in day to day life. The facilitator would allow the participants to arrive at their own conclusions, rather than imposing his views or opinions – they could even be different from the thoughts given here. DESCRIPTION (Thoughts such as, what is an ambition, what it is all about and what its different facets are, may enable the facilitator understand it better. Some such thoughts about ambition are given below.) Ambition is the drive, aspiration or aim that a person sets for oneself. The intent and questions to be followed in the preparation document. Disclaimer: Content may contain incidents, story lines, images, short-videos and such other materials available in public domain (including various websites/ similar sources). Content is intended solely for non-commercial, educational purposes. VSET does not claim any ownership or copyright to such materials published on this website, which, with respect to such materials, lie with their respective owners. VSET endeavours to keep the information relevant to the topics covered. However, VSET makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, suitability or reliability of such materials.
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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
Complete Year 10 PHSE program

Complete Year 10 PHSE program

A complete unit of work for PHSE in Year 10 including a 5 week finance unit for pupils. This unit allows non specialist teachers to teach PHSE without issues.
psnoddy2002
Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: What are pensions?

Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: What are pensions?

In the thirteenth video I looked at simple ways to reduce your annual tax bill as a novice investor. In this video he explains the challenges we all face in saving for retirement and looks at how self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) can help. Part 14 of 15.
Killik
Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: Tax essentials

Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: Tax essentials

In the eleventh video Tim Bennett explained why some investors prefer to hand over the responsibility of choosing and managing investments to a fund manager. In this video he summarizes all of the basics of the main taxes that a UK investor will face. Part 12 of 15.
Killik
Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: What are funds?

Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: What are funds?

In the tenth video Tim Bennett introduced shares and explained why they are so important to successful long-term investing. In this video he explains why some investors prefer to hand over the responsibility of choosing and managing investments to a fund manager. Part 11 of 15.
Killik
Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: What are shares?

Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: What are shares?

In the ninth video Tim Bennett covered all of the basics of bonds and explained how they can help savers and investors. In this video he introduces shares and explains why they are so important to successful long-term investing. Part 10 of 15.
Killik
Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: What are bonds?

Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: What are bonds?

In the eighth video Tim Bennett highlighted why investors must understand how interest rates work and guided you through all the basics. In this video he covers all of the basics of bonds and explains how they can help savers and investors. Part 9 of 15.
Killik
Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: How do interest rates work?

Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: How do interest rates work?

In the seventh video Tim Bennett explained all of the key features of the biggest loan most of us every take on and offered some tips to help you reduce the overall cost. In this video he highlights why investors must understand how interest rates work and guide you through all the basics. Part 8 of 15.
Killik
Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: What is a mortgage?

Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: What is a mortgage?

In the sixth video Tim Bennett looked at the different types of debt and suggested some tips to help you keep it under control. In this video he explains all of the key features of the biggest loan most of us every take on and offer some tips to help you reduce the overall cost. Part 7 of 15.
Killik
Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: Dealing with debt

Killik Explains Finance Starter Series: Dealing with debt

In the fifth video Tim Bennett explained how income and capital differ and why investors must think about them separately. In this video he looks at the different types of debt and suggest some tips to help you keep it under control. Part 6 of 15.
Killik
BUSINESS Assessment: 5 Finance - GCSE Homework Booklet

BUSINESS Assessment: 5 Finance - GCSE Homework Booklet

GCSE BUSINESS Assessment / Homework Booklet Assessment Booklet specifically developed for Unit 5. Finance of the OCR GCSE BUSINESS (9-1) specification (J204 - for first assessment in 2019). It is composed out of past paper questions taken from the 2x sample papers released by OCR, together with a number of questions from the old OCR Business Studies specification. Each section has a breakdown of what students are required to learn, and all questions include shared success criteria to enable students to become familiar with mark schemes. This resource has been created to save you time in developing fit-for-purpose student assessment for the OCR GCSE BUSINESS (9-1) course. Please take a look at my other resources (Complete set of Assessment Booklets + Tracking Sheet also available).
cmanbrink
Personal Finance - Knowledge Organiser

Personal Finance - Knowledge Organiser

This is a knowledge organiser for Level 1 - Managing Personal Finance. It specifies all the content that learners are expected to know and that teachers need to cover for the full unit. This was made for the level 1 Ascentis qualification but would be useful for any lifeskills sessions on personal finance or money skills. The document can be used as a tool for questioning and testing knowledge or given out as a revision aid. Key areas covered are: Sources of income and expenditure Balancing income and expenditure How to reduce expenditure Bank and Building Society products Borrowing Money I have included a PDF for high quality print outs and the Publisher file to allow for customising.
Glen182
Anti-Bullying

Anti-Bullying

This is a resource to raise the awareness of Anti-Bullying. It can be used for assemblies, PSHE and tutor time.
leepeachey
Setting up your own religious political party challenge lesson

Setting up your own religious political party challenge lesson

They say that the best lessons are the ones where the students lead their own learning! Here is a fantastic game lesson which encourages independence, creativity, team work, organisation, time management and strategy and will be a lesson your students will love and remember. It uses maths, english and drama skills to bring their learning to life. Great for motivating your students and inspiring them to want to learn. This lesson comes with one powerpoint + 6 different worksheets to help you have a great outstanding lesson.
andrewjamesyoung392510
Drug Dealing card game

Drug Dealing card game

This resource is to demonstrate the dangers of drug dealing and compare the money intake to more professional jobs and how often the risk out ways the pay, you will need to print both resources added on A3 paper and hand them out to two groups to play or if a smaller class to the whole class activity.
saxone
Balance my bank account game

Balance my bank account game

This game is similar to a popular game that students will know, it will education students on why is it so important to gain qualifications to gain a higher wage. It may need to be adjusted to reflect local wages and bills, I printed this on A3 paper and set out on the floor, you will also need a pair of dice . I have know provided instructions with printable money and fine cards, This resource is fantastic for PSHE or tutorials
saxone
PSHE: 3 Years of KS3 PSHE

PSHE: 3 Years of KS3 PSHE

3 YEARS OF KS3 PSHE - complete package (110 hours). This 3 year KS3 pack covers all the PSHE Association’s recommended topics for Years 7, 8 and 9 and is written to fit their 2018-19 guidance. From Mental Health, Internet Safety, Vaping, LGBT+ and Bullying to Sex Ed (RSE), Drugs and Energy Drinks - this really is a comprehensive pack. You won’t need to plan any more KS3 PSHE lessons. This pack contains all the lessons from: 1 Year of Year 7 PSHE 1 Year of Year 8 PSHE 1 Year of Year 9 PSHE All 110 lesson packs (in 20 downloads, as most are whole units of lessons) are complete with detailed, well differentiated and easy to follow PowerPoints for every lesson, accompanying differentiated worksheets, clip links with questions, plenaries, clear LOs, starters and engaging activities and have colour coded three-level challenges throughout. These resources have been highly-rated individually by TES users, follow the same consistent format and are easy to pick up and use. They are all planned according to 2018 PSHE Association most recently issued advice and in preparation for the new statutory RSE guidance from the DfE. EC Resources has created lessons for The Children’s Commissioner, MACS Charity, The CCRC and has completed PSHE commissions for schools across the UK. We also run psheresources.com There is zero extra work required here (although everything is editable if you do want to adapt it), and the whole bundle also follows Ofsted latest SRE/Safe Students guidance (see SRE unit plan in Year 8 SRE pack in download). If you are after something more specific, I have a ‘1 year of Year 7 PSHE’ and ‘1 year of Year 8 PSHE’ at my shop as well as PSHE bundles for other year groups, 9-11 as well as some KS5. I use all of these myself as a Head of PSHE and I really hope you find them excellent value. I’ve put literally years into this to make these lessons top quality for my own school team. If you want more info before deciding to purchase this, please look through my resources and read my reviews, I realise it’s an investment, but should save your school a few hundred pounds compared to the leading market providers - and it’s every bit as good. EC RESOURCES STORE You can also find us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ecteachresources/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ec_publishing and our website psheresources.com
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PSHE / PSE 18 Lessons - Year 7

PSHE / PSE 18 Lessons - Year 7

18x Year 7 PSHE lessons. All fully resourced with at least one hour long Powerpoint in each pack and also differentiated fully throughout with worksheets, clips + questions, engaging activities, starters, plenaries, measurable LOs - everything. These have en all uploaded as two Zip files so that they fit in my ‘Complete PSHE for KS3’ Bundle. All are available as single lessons as my shop and have excellent ratings from Tes users: EC Resources unit a) Anger Management Aspirations British Values - Identity and Diversity Depression - Mental Health Family Relationships FGM unit b) 1.Friendships 2.Healthy Living Unit (5 lesson unit) 3.Love and Relationships 4. Puberty 5. Periods and Menstruation 6. Racism 7. Wants and Needs
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Year 8 PSHE 14 Lessons

Year 8 PSHE 14 Lessons

14 x Year 8 PSHE lessons. All fully resourced with at least one hour long Powerpoint in each pack and also differentiated fully throughout with worksheets, clips + questions, engaging activities, starters, plenaries, measurable LOs - everything. These have been all uploaded as two Zip files so that they fit in my ‘Complete PSHE for KS3’ Bundle. All are available as single lessons as my shop and have excellent ratings from Tes users: EC Resources Unit a) British Values - Tolerance Communication and Teamwork Skills (2 lessons) Consent Domestic Conflict and Running Away From Home Emotional Literacy and Self-Awareness Enterprise and Entrepreneurs Global Citizenship Unit b) Internet Safety and Online Grooming LGBT Homophobia Personal Safety and First Aid Prejudice + Discrimination - Teens in the Media Stereotypes and Disabilities Teenage Pregnancy Personal Goals and Target Setting
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PSHE Year 9 - 14 lessons

PSHE Year 9 - 14 lessons

14 x Year 9 PSHE lessons. All fully resourced with at least one hour long Powerpoint in each pack and also differentiated fully throughout with worksheets, clips + questions, engaging activities, starters, plenaries, measurable LOs - everything. These have been all uploaded as a single Zip file so that they fit in my ‘Complete PSHE for KS3’ Bundle. All are available as siingle lessons as my shop and have excellent ratings from Tes users: EC Resources Alcohol Awareness Domestic Violence and Abuse Drugs and Law Education Gambling and Online Gambling Growth Mindset LGBT Trans Focus Money, Savings and Loans, Peer Pressure Personal Development and Self Discipline Self Harm Selfies and Internet Safety Sexting Stress and Mental Health Sustainability
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Payday loans

Payday loans

A lesson on payday loans to help students understand the dangers. The lesson includes a fantastic documentary ‘young British and broke’. Students need to fill in the sheet to consider the dangers and any possible of advantages. I used with a middle ability Y9 Citizenship class.
vickialice11
Talking about difficult issues

Talking about difficult issues

Whether you’re a teacher, school manager, pastoral lead or governor, we want to you and your school to have information and ideas for talking about difficult issues with pupils. Browse our free resources at www.childrenssociety.org.uk/education. Our collection of online resources focus on children’s well-being, mental health, sexual exploitation, poverty, debt, young carers and more. Find ideas to help plan lessons, teach pupils about local issues, and discover ways to improve school life for children. Use them them to talk citizenship and learn about democracy. Plan religious education and find interesting material for personal, health and social education or sex and relationship education. There are over 800 local packs filled with up-to-date statistics on difficulties children face in your area. There are all sorts of tools to teach pupils how their actions can create change for the most vulnerable young people in your community and beyond. Contacting the local council, volunteering in our shops or taking part in a magical Christingle are just some of the ways to get involved. We already work with hundreds of Church of England schools and we want to work with any school that shares our charity’s values. Only together can we make a difference, because no child should feel alone. Browse our free resources for schools and colleges today at www.childrenssociety.org.uk/education.
thechildrenssociety
Pupil Premium Promise: Life Experience programme (Improve attendance/behaviour/progress)

Pupil Premium Promise: Life Experience programme (Improve attendance/behaviour/progress)

Pupil Premium Promise - Development of the whole child (Life Experience programme) Limited life experiences of pupils from poor socio-economic backgrounds has a direct link with lower attainment. Research offers up the idea that when a young person is exposed to a new experience a cognitive connection is exercised in the brain thus making it more receptive and versatile to learning. If a young person is exposed to lots of experiences then their brains can adapt more. If a pupil receives limited experiences from a young age, then their brain is less likely to adapt to new learning as it has not got the so called ‘versatility’. The Pupil Premium promise does just that. It is a promise that should be made to the pupils that they will achieve before they leave your school. A bucket list of life experiences to develop mind, body and soul. By delivering the pupil premium promise it will have a positive impact on attendance, progress, attitude and behaviour. Happy pupils want to come into school! The resource is completely adaptable for your school.
leepeachey
Bank of England econoME : decisions matter

Bank of England econoME : decisions matter

Young people will be required to make important decisions throughout their lives and the Bank of England‘s free econoME education programme, accredited by the PSHE Association and Young Money, provides students aged 11-16 with the analytical skills to make informed decisions, that will benefit themselves and the world around them. Using the Bank of England’s expertise, experience and management of the UK’s economy, your students will learn the importance of critical thinking and forward planning in decision-making, through three engaging and curriculum-linked lessons. Lesson 1: What influences my decisions? Explore a variety of factors that influence decisions, including the economy. Lesson 2: How can I make informed decisions? Explore the process of decision-making including the sourcing and analysing of reliable information. Lesson 3: Why do my decisions matter? Consider the consequences of any decisions your students might make – for themselves, others and the economy. To download all of the econoME education resources, please visit https://bit.ly/2I2rsca
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American Money Slang Wordsearch Sheet Starter Activity Keywords Cover Finance

American Money Slang Wordsearch Sheet Starter Activity Keywords Cover Finance

Wordsearch Puzzle sheet of keywords on the theme of ‘American Money Slang’. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean