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Every Child Matters, Unit 3, Make a Positive Contribution

Every Child Matters, Unit 3, Make a Positive Contribution

Classroom Resources are offering a free Every Child Matters resource to TES subscribers! This free of charge pack has Make a Positive Contribution as its focus area. The worksheets have been specifically designed to allow learners at KS3 a full understanding of what it means to make a positive contribution. The pack offers a variety of different teaching and learning styles within its pages as well as giving up-to-date facts, figures, case studies and reports.
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The Weakest Stink

The Weakest Stink

A sketch that could be used with KS3 to present issues related to personal hygiene in a humorous way. There are four contestants, and the 'Weakest Stink' (the cleanest) is eliminated at the end of each of three rounds, leaving one repulsively smelly champion. Simple staging could involve a music stand or similar to hold each contestant's script and this could be decorated with the programme's logo (design your own!) at the front. Written for female quizmaster and four male contestants but contestants 2 and 3 could easily be girls Duration about 5-6 minutes.
maths126
ECM poster

ECM poster

I loved the idea of the ECM poster I downloaded from here earlier today but for secondary school thought the graphics were rather babyish so I have done another one the same template and made it A4 landscape so it can be printed and enlaged to A3 on photocopier.
katewood
Online road safety action pack

Online road safety action pack

Really useful online action pack produced by Brake, the road safety charity. Includes information on teaching road safety to different age groups. Includes facts and figures on road safety, lesson and activity ideas, resource catalogue, form for ordering free road safety posters, information on National Road Safety Week and free downloadable powerpoint presentations for use on interactive whiteboards. Go to www.roadsafetyweek.org and click on ‘educators’ on the main menu.
hannah_kwaszenko
Working Safely In Science

Working Safely In Science

A revision of the key points involved with Working Safely in Science including: hazards, risk assessment, fire safety, first aid. The unit includes several activities, quizzes and links to other useful websites.
NGfLCymru
Rages

Rages

Responding helpfully to children and young people who exhibit rages
DerekNHS
Phobias

Phobias

Helping a child or young person deal with phobias. Includes video clips
DerekNHS
self harm

self harm

Responding helpfully and safely to a child or young person who is self-harming. Includes video clips.
DerekNHS
Clare Thought She Knew

Clare Thought She Knew

An education initiative from the UK’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre. Visit www.thinkuknow.co.uk for information on how to have fun online, stay in control and report any problems.
CEOPsTUK