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Record of Processing Activity (ROPA)

Record of Processing Activity (ROPA)

Trying to list all your processing activities for GDPR but not sure where to start? This file is already completed with about 100 different processing activities, many of which will apply to your school - or remind you of activities you undertake. Far better than starting with a blank page! The file has been completed for a primary school but it’s likely to be useful for all sectors.
paulshefford
e-Safety Policy

e-Safety Policy

Writing policies can be a time-consuming and thankless task. That’s why I’ve uploaded my school’s e-Safety policy for you to revise and amend to suit your school. Check our my other resources for more policies.
beachman0274
Chromebook Apps For Education

Chromebook Apps For Education

There are so many amazing apps for Chromebooks, almost too many. This package will help you narrow down the search for amazing Chromebook apps! The package contains information and screenshots to 65 Chromebook apps for education. These apps are useful for both teachers and students. Even if you are not a Chromebook user and just use regular Chrome, you can still take advantage of these apps and extensions!
rombop
Assembly Themes R - W

Assembly Themes R - W

Ready made and fully resourced Assemblies / Acts of Collective Worship using best selling format. Complete with moments for reflection and audio visual material for most as welcome and engaging stimuli. Ideal for those delivering and planning assemblies for whole school and / or tutor groups. Saves you time and energy !
hundredacre15
Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 KS1 BUNDLE

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 KS1 BUNDLE

Raise awareness and understanding of mental health issues with this bundle of 30 emotion cards, 14 posters, and a 36 slide assembly. Develop your pupil’s emotional wellbeing, language for discussing their emotions and provide them with coping strategies. 3 children in an average classroom are facing mental health problems and 75% of mental health issues arise before the age of 18. So we need to do all that we can to provide children with the tools to cope with these challenges and an understanding to support those around them as they grow. A large bundle of resources for KS1. Purchase this resource, leave a review and choose a resource of mine for free! Just email your username and your chosen resource to teachallenjoy@gmail.com
teachallenjoy
Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 BIG KS2 Bundle

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 BIG KS2 Bundle

Raise awareness and understanding of mental health issues with this bundle of 10 lessons, 14 posters, 10 word searches and a 32 slide assembly. Develop your pupil’s emotional wellbeing, language for discussing their emotions and provide them with coping strategies. 3 children in an average classroom are facing mental health problems and 75% of mental health issues arise before the age of 18. So we need to do all that we can to provide children with the tools to cope with these challenges and an understanding to support those around them as they grow. A large bundle of resources for KS2. Purchase this resource, leave a review and choose a resource of mine for free! Just email your username and your chosen resource to teachallenjoy@gmail.com
teachallenjoy
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
EC_Resources
Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 Posters

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 Posters

Mental Health Awareness Week 14th-20th May 2018 Celebrate this week in your school and heighten your pupil’s awareness of mental health. Use these 14 colourful and thought provoking posters to promote discussion and awareness. Use as a circle time focus or as a calming plenary. Enhance your pupil’s understanding of their emotions and how to deal with them. Engage your pupil’s in this important and relevant dialogue. Enable your students to have a positive mental health. Posters cover these main topics: Trying new activities Balanced diet of life When to ask for help Sharing worries Understanding feelings Coping strategies E-safety guidance Explaining your feelings Knowing your feelings Goals Support options available Purchase this resource, leave a review and choose a resource of mine for free! Just email your username and your chosen resource to teachallenjoy@gmail.com Why not use my Emotion Cards to further develop your pupils EQ. Or check out my circle time activities for years 3 and 4. Or download a complete lesson on Dreams and Aspirations here. You can find more high quality KS2 resources at my shop.
teachallenjoy
Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 Yr 3-4 Circle Time

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 Yr 3-4 Circle Time

Increase awareness of mental health in your school with these 5 engaging, ready-to-go and beneficial circle time sessions. They can be used during Mental Health Awareness Week Monday 14th- Sunday 20th May 2018 or at any time you need to develop your pupil’s emotional wellbeing. Appropriate for years 3-4 they cover these key issues: Feelings of doubt Bullying Strong feelings Negative reactions Finding trusted adults This week of circle time will develop your pupil’s awareness of these issues whilst improving their understanding of their feelings and how to cope with them. The children will be supplied with strategies to: Identify feelings Communicate feelings Notice warning signs Use coping strategies Ask for help Every session includes a lively starter, paired and group discussion and activities and a calm reflective plenary. These effective sessions will develop your pupil’s wellbeing in 30 minute slots (they could easily be extended to an hour with no extra planning, you can just spend more time on the higher level thinking questions and ask the children to record their ideas). Purchase this resource, leave a review and choose a resource of mine for free! Just email your username and your chosen resource to** teachallenjoy@gmail.com** Why not use my Emotion Cards to further develop your pupils EQ. Or download a Year 5 and 6 CircleTime Activity Week. You can find more high quality KS2 resources at my shop.
teachallenjoy
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
Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 Yr 5-6 Circle Time

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 Yr 5-6 Circle Time

Increase awareness of mental health in your school with these 5 engaging, ready-to-go and beneficial circle time sessions. They can be used during Mental Health Awareness Week Monday 14th- Sunday 20th May 2018 or at any time you need to develop your pupil’s emotional wellbeing. Appropriate for years 5 -6 they cover these key issues: Fear of failure (tests, exams etc.) Bullying Body Image The Online World Career Choices This week of circle time will develop your pupil’s awareness of these issues whilst improving their understanding of their feelings and how to cope with them. The children will be supplied with strategies to: Identify feelings Communicate feelings Notice warning signs Use coping strategies Ask for help Each lesson includes a quick and catchy starter, paired and group discussions and activities and a reflective calm plenary. These effective sessions will develop your pupil’s wellbeing and understanding of mental health. Purchase this resource, leave a review and choose a resource of mine for free! Just email your username and your chosen resource to** teachallenjoy@gmail.com** Why not use my Emotion Cards to further develop your pupils EQ. Or check out my circle time activities for years 3 and 4. Or download a complete lesson on Dreams and Aspirations here. You can find more high quality KS2 resources at my shop.
teachallenjoy
Outstanding English Lesson Hook - iPhone Character Message

Outstanding English Lesson Hook - iPhone Character Message

Get the children’s imaginations flowing with this text message generator. This PowerPoint allows you to edit text messages as if they had come from anyone. It may be a message from the Gingerbread man or the 3 little pigs. The first slide acts as if the screen isn’t in use. The next pretends to bring up ‘your iPhone’ with the message from the chosen person. When you click (works best with a clicker) the slide will look like your replying. Clicking again saying “send” will send your preprepared message. Give it 4 seconds and your character will reply without you having to press anything. (Remember to type in your reply, it doesn’t generate that part). Then repeat the process again to have a conversation as long as you want. It even has real text noises! A genuinely excellent resource that has so much flexibility. This is an excellent resource! Always thought of creating something like this. Please review and let me know what you used it for! Mr H
Jords89
Online Safety : Internet Addiction 2018 (E-Safety Assembly)

Online Safety : Internet Addiction 2018 (E-Safety Assembly)

Designed for Safer Internet Day 2018. The theme is online / technology addiction. Certainly a problem and topical issue in many schools. This presentation focuses on our growing dependency of smartphones, and the negative effects it can have. I found the topic to be thought provoking and a different angle on the usual risks / dangers resources we often use. This resources is a 15 minute Presentation, well suited for KS3/ KS4 assemblies and tutor activities. I’ve added guidance and question prompts to the slide notes throughout. This resource has been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. The resources are fully editable (so easy to adapt for your school). The video linked is not a purchasable resource, I do not own the copyright for this. It is freely viewable through YouTube. If time is available in your assembly / tutorial then I would recommend showing. “At Nationwide our members have a voice. While we think technology and the online world are amazing, they shouldn’t become the way we do everything. In this poem, ‘Face to Face’, SugarJ Poet explains it better than we ever could.”
tsmithy
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
Digital Stickers for Assessment with Cactus

Digital Stickers for Assessment with Cactus

Use a visual form of assessment that the children can see in real time as you comment on their online work using Google Apps. This resource has been created to use in the assessment of online resources across the curriculum. 18 cactus digital stickers can be added from the zip file link provided with download.
erinbrasington
Digital Stickers for Assessment with Foxes

Digital Stickers for Assessment with Foxes

Use a visual form of assessment that the children can see in real time as you comment on their online work using Google Apps. This resource has been created to use in the assessment of online resources across the curriculum. **18 fox digital stickers **can be added from the zip file link provided with download.
erinbrasington
NSPCC training courses for education professionals

NSPCC training courses for education professionals

The NSPCC offers a selection of online 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
NSPCC
Social Media Curriculum - KS3

Social Media Curriculum - KS3

A bespoke curriculum for KS3 on the topic Social Media. The unit contains 4 lesson plans (each lesson available in 15 minute, 30 minute or 60 minute format). Each lesson begins with a short 3-5 minute film to engage in the topic and then explores a range of questions and discussion points, encouraging students to develop critical thinking and empathy skills. Lessons contain a range of multi-media resources to support learning ideas and contain clear instructions to guide through the lesson. Lessons have been designed to complement SMSC learning objectives and match core National Curriculum PSHE specifications in value-based learning. Focused on tolerance, respect and global citizenship, lessons allow students to explore their own opinions and values, make connections to those around them and practice listening and empathic engagement. QUESTIONS EXPLORED • How has social media changed the way we interact with each other? • Are we becoming more or less social as technology allows us to make friends all over the world? • Is technological connection allowing us to feel more connected? • What is the ‘filter bubble’ and how is it affecting our understanding of the world? • Are ‘fake news’ and algorithmic conditioning something that we can prevent? • Is social media a tool that we can learn to use rather than depend upon? AIMS AND OBJECTIVES Each lesson starts with a short film which serves as the platform for the lesson’s discussions, allowing students to engage firstly with the ideas raised in the film and then develop insight and engagement in the topic. Students will practise skills of critical thinking & questioning, deep listening and empathy building. Lessons will explore the pros and cons of global connectivity through social media, examining the human and environmental impact of this growing technology. Students will examine the changing nature of connection in a modern world, learning to question and engage in a range of connections that we are forming through our use of social media. Watch a short video introduction to the unit here:
ThoughtBox
Bullying , Depression and Mental Health - Reading Comprehension Bundle (SAVE 70%)

Bullying , Depression and Mental Health - Reading Comprehension Bundle (SAVE 70%)

This bundle includes different Reading Comprehension Worksheets suitable for higher intermediate advanced ESL learners. The texts explore the effects of bullying on children and adult psychology and mental health. After carefully reading each informational text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False, gap filling exercises, crosswords, word search exercises, definitions matching exercises and engage in in-depth classroom discussions on topics relevant to each text. The vocabulary used in the texts is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. Full answer keys are included.
MariaPht
My name is Tom: Your Whole School Approach.

My name is Tom: Your Whole School Approach.

This latest bundle of resources are companion pieces to the previously released My name is Tom – Your School Production and E-Safety and new media: The problem that keeps on giving. Once again the materials are for KS 2, 3 and 4, as well as being useful for School Staff, Parent and Community groups and will hopefully compliment the excellent work you are already doing and is offered at the introductory price of £7.99 Not all activities will be suitable for your class and used at your discretion. Items can be posted on your white board to save on printing. A/B. QUESTIONNAIRES: These are anonymous to encourage participants to be as open as possible. Getting young people to reflect, while providing feedback for your school, which will lead to a growing dialogue within your school / Community. There is also a questionnaire for adults / parents to offer the opportunity to reflect on your knowledge of your own family and how much you do and don’t understand? C. FIND THE STORY: Using the scenes from My name is Tom, participants have to put the story in the right order. An answer sheet is provided and can be done either as an individual or in small groups. Creating more opportunities for discussion around the issues. D. CREATE YOUR OWN PLAY: Using production photos from My name is Tom, participants can create their own narrative, including an opening and final scene. Answer sheet provided. E/F. BOYS and GIRLS TALKING: Part of the project involved working in single sex schools, and we recorded their responses. Here teenagers talk about their concerns in draft anonymous questionnaires and could be used in conjunction with your student’s questionnaires. G. DON’T KNOW THEY’RE BORN: This activity was prompted by parents who felt young people don’t realise, they had “been there, bought the t-shirt and eaten the pizza”. Here participants have to decide when a range of experiences are from: everything from sex, gangs, drugs and parties. H. DISCUSSIONS: Using key moments from the play, we pose questions about characters, attitudes and issues, to get young people to reflect on their attitudes and behaviours. A synopsis is also provided. I. THE ANSWER PAGE: To questions on activity C and G
al1948uk
They Walk Amongst Us

They Walk Amongst Us

After the horrific events in Parkland Florida I am encouraging everyone to download this FREE resource that explains why we have to take a tougher stance when disciplining children and stop soft peddling when it comes down to consequences. Political correctness needs to be looked at closely in relationship to students and adults who because of their digital footprint have proven that they are a danger to society.
JamesHBurns
E-Safety and new media: The problem that just keeps on giving.

E-Safety and new media: The problem that just keeps on giving.

These free resources are companion pieces to the My name is Tom - Your Whole School production and are for KS 2, 3 and 4. Drawing on the experiences of Schools, pupils and their parents, the three resources cover a range approaches: **Presentation: ** Looks at some of the issues explored in the development of this project and the work we did in a Primary School and in particular the need for using a range of approaches, for a problem that keeps on changing. **1. How did we get here: **briefly explores the issues of technology, consumerism, the role of adults and family breakdown; with pertinent questions from each issue for discussion. **2. Whole School Materials: **Offers a range of cross curricular activities to bring the whole school together; plus a range of assemblies, workshops and presentations available to schools and other communities. 3. The Interviews The project was pleased to interview people with stories to share; A working Mother with children aged between 24 years and 3 years -how times have changed. Members of the Enfield Parent Engagement Panels with a wide range of thoughts and experiences. Finally Liz Sorton - a very experienced Youth Coach and Trainer, with plenty to say and it is sound advice.
al1948uk
E-safety and New media: The problem that just keeps on giving.

E-safety and New media: The problem that just keeps on giving.

These free resources are companion pieces to the My name is Tom - Your Whole School production and are for KS 2, 3 and 4. Drawing on the experiences of Schools, pupils and their parents, the three resources cover a range approaches: **Presentation: ** Looks at some of the issues explored in the development of this project and the work we did in a Primary School and in particular the need for using a range of approaches, for a problem that keeps on changing. How did we get here: briefly explores the issues of technology, consumerism, the role of adults and family breakdown; with pertinent questions from each issue for discussion. **Whole School Materials:**Offers a range of cross curricular activities to bring the whole school together; plus a range of assemblies, workshops and presentations available to schools and other communities.
alanrspence
E-safety and New Media - The problem that just keeps on giving.

E-safety and New Media - The problem that just keeps on giving.

These free resources are companion pieces to the My name is Tom - Your Whole School production and are for KS 2, 3 and 4. Drawing on the experiences of Schools, pupils and their parents, the three resources cover a range approaches: **Presentation: ** Looks at some of the issues explored in the development of this project and the work we did in a Primary School and in particular the need for using a range of approaches, for a problem that keeps on changing. **1. How did we get here: **briefly explores the issues of technology, consumerism, the role of adults and family breakdown; with pertinent questions from each issue for discussion. 2. Whole School Materials Offers a range of cross curricular activities to bring the whole school together; plus a range of assemblies, workshops and presentations available to schools and other communities.
alanrspence
E-safety Workbook and Lessons Bundle (Years 1, 2 & 3 internet safety)

E-safety Workbook and Lessons Bundle (Years 1, 2 & 3 internet safety)

This is a great set of internet safety resources for Years 1, 2 and 3, which gives you everything you need for teaching about general internet safety and the dangers of cyberbullying. Included: *General internet safety lesson/assembly - covers online safety rules and a broad introduction to the topic. *Cyberbullying lesson/assembly - what it is, how to avoid it and what to do if you see it. *Printable workbook of 12 independent tasks to support the above lessons. Also includes a certificate for completing the 'course'. Planning and differentiated activities are also included in both of the lessons. These lessons and activities are probably best suited for Years 2 and 3, but can easily be used in Year 1 too. Supports the following objective from the UK computer science curriculum: KS1: 'Use technology safely and respectfully, keeping personal information private; identify where to go for help and support when they have concerns about content or contact on the internet or other online technologies.' Please see the Goldtopfox shop for a full range of useful teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox
goldtopfox
E-safety Activities Workbook (Internet Safety for Years 1, 2 & 3)

E-safety Activities Workbook (Internet Safety for Years 1, 2 & 3)

This is a printable E-safety workbook, which can be used to support children's understanding of internet safety in Years 1 to 3. The worksheets contain 12 independent activities, plus a number of additional challenge tasks. Full details: Page 1: E-safety rules colouring poster Page 2: Template to create own e-safety rules poster Page 3: Spot and colour examples of information that should not be shared online Page 4: Activity to identify sensible online behaviour and actions Page 5: Short cloze passage about internet safety Page 6: Same as page 5, but a simpler version with first letter of each missing word provided Page 7: Design an ID badge for an e-safety superhero Page 8: Internet safety wordsearch and acrostic poem Page 9: Cyberbullying colouring poster Page 10: Template to create own anti-cyberbullying poster Page 11: Sort examples of respectful and disrespectful online language Page 12: Sort good and bad examples of online chat Page 13: Templates to design an e-safety badge Also included is a certificate template (PDF and editable Publisher versions) to award to the children when they have completed the tasks. This resource supports the following objectives from the UK computer science curriculum: KS1: 'Use technology safely and respectfully, keeping personal information private; identify where to go for help and support when they have concerns about content or contact on the internet or other online technologies.' This workbook could also be used alongside 2 of my other e-safety resources: E-safety lesson: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/e-safety-assembly-and-lesson-for-ks1-and-ks2-11491041 Cyberbullying lesson; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/cyberbullying-assembly-and-lesson-for-internet-safety-in-ks1-and-ks2-11498551 Alternatively, you can buy all 3 of these resources in one bargain bundle! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/e-safety-workbook-and-lessons-bundle-for-years-1-2-and-3-11632329 Please see the Goldtopfox shop for more useful teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox
goldtopfox
Who wnts to be a millionaire template

Who wnts to be a millionaire template

Excellent resource. Can be used to test knowledge at the end of a unit of work or to determine existing level of knowledge whwn introducing a new topic. Loved by an inspector who commented on how it pwermitted whole class engagement and the creation of a fun atmosphere.
tesmny
Infatuation PSHE/ SMSC day lesson

Infatuation PSHE/ SMSC day lesson

A full resource suitable for an hour long PSHE/ SMSC day. Targeted at mature KS3 students, this lesson begins with a definition, moves on to card sort activities between love and infatuation and prompts discussions about what are healthy/ unhealthy feelings. Links to the pop song "Stacy's mom" and the channel 4 documentary "Crazy about 1D" are included.
SIKLessons
PSHE: Bullying

PSHE: Bullying

A PSHE lesson looking at bullying. Lesson includes: -questions for class discussions -video clip -drama scenarios for forum theatre
xxnats1989xx
Tutor Time / Assembly Pack - February

Tutor Time / Assembly Pack - February

Tutor Time / Assembly Pack - February To purchase a year's worth of this resource visit our 2018 Tutor Time Growing Bundle This is the first of our Tutor time packs for this year. Follow us for news when the March pack is released! - Tutor Time Pack - February pack is another of our INTERACTIVE tutor time resources. It contains a range of different tasks that can be completed during Tutor Time. If this is used throughout the school, it is designed to be cascaded through lessons throughout the week. The PPT contains 84 slides (inclusive of printable pages) . Included in these slides are: Key dates for the month of November, Word of the Week (x5) Literacy Task for the Week- 2 separate tasks for each week (10 in total) Numeracy Task For the week 2 separate tasks for each week (10 in total) Debate topic (5 debate questions, each based on the word for the week). This is useful for instilling literacy and numeracy maintaining continuity throughout the school. You can either print off the word of the week placemat and laminate it and then, each week, stick a different word on it. This also comes with our 30 second countdown timer, our 60 second bubble timer for use with literacy and numeracy activities and our 5 minute Loading Timer.
TeachElite
Are you spending too much time online? - A whole-class reflection lesson for Safer Internet Day

Are you spending too much time online? - A whole-class reflection lesson for Safer Internet Day

In support of Safer Internet Day 2018 which takes place on Tuesday 6th February, Azoomee, the safe entertainment app for primary aged children, have created five free classroom resources to help teachers cover e-safety in schools. The lessons are planned around episodes from our BAFTA-nominated online safety series Search it Up.  There are five free resources available on TES: Lesson 1: Be kind online (video, lesson plan & activity sheet) Lesson 2: Things Spread Quickly Online (video & lesson plan) Lesson 3: What is online bullying? (video, lesson plans & activity sheets) Lesson 4: Removing things from the internet (video & lesson plan) Lesson 5: Are you spending too much time online? (x2 videos & lesson plan) This is lesson 5: Are you spending too much time online? - A whole-class reflection lesson for Safer Internet Day Learning Objective: To be able to identify the benefits of a healthy balance with technology. Success Criteria: I can talk about how someone might feel if people are always on their devices I can evaluate how much time I spend on my digital devices I can identify the benefits of taking time to disconnect from my digital devices You can find further information at: http://azoomee.com/index.php/online-safety-lesson-plans/
Azoomee_Kids
Is it possible to remove something from the internet? - An interactive lesson on digital permanence

Is it possible to remove something from the internet? - An interactive lesson on digital permanence

In support of Safer Internet Day 2018 which takes place on Tuesday 6th February, Azoomee, the safe entertainment app for primary aged children, have created five free classroom resources to help teachers cover e-safety in schools. The lessons are planned around episodes from our BAFTA-nominated online safety series Search it Up.  There are five free resources available on TES: Lesson 1: Be kind online (video, lesson plan & activity sheet) Lesson 2: Things Spread Quickly Online (video & lesson plan) Lesson 3: What is online bullying? (video, lesson plans & activity sheets) Lesson 4: Removing things from the internet (video & lesson plan) Lesson 5: Are you spending too much time online? (x2 videos & lesson plan) This is lesson 4: Is it possible to remove something from the internet? - An interactive lesson exploring digital permanence Learning Objective: To be able to explain digital permanence and talk about how hard it is to remove something from the Internet once you put it out there. Success Criteria: I can talk about how actions online can have consequences now and in the future I can understand that actions online leave digital footprints and that erasing an action does not mean it is completely gone from the Internet I can think critically about my actions online for future contexts You can find further information at: http://azoomee.com/index.php/online-safety-lesson-plans/
Azoomee_Kids
What is online bullying? - Sort the stories to compare experiences (Safer Internet Day)

What is online bullying? - Sort the stories to compare experiences (Safer Internet Day)

In support of Safer Internet Day 2018 which takes place on Tuesday 6th February, Azoomee, the safe entertainment app for primary aged children, have created five free classroom resources to help teachers cover e-safety in schools. The lessons are planned around episodes from our BAFTA-nominated online safety series Search it Up.  There are five free resources available on TES: Lesson 1: Be kind online (video, lesson plan & activity sheet) Lesson 2: Things Spread Quickly Online (video & lesson plan) Lesson 3: What is online bullying? (video, lesson plans & activity sheets) Lesson 4: Removing things from the internet (video & lesson plan) Lesson 5: Are you spending too much time online? (x2 videos & lesson plan) This is lesson 3: What is online bullying? - Sort the stories to compare experiences Learning Objective: To be able to identify what online bullying looks like. Success Criteria: I can talk about how the children being bullied would have felt I can identify the features of bullying I can identify the difference between online bullying and real-world bullying Further information can be found at http://azoomee.com/index.php/online-safety-lesson-plans/
Azoomee_Kids
Things Spread Quickly Online - A lesson to get your class moving for Safer Internet Day

Things Spread Quickly Online - A lesson to get your class moving for Safer Internet Day

In support of Safer Internet Day 2018 which takes place on Tuesday 6th February, Azoomee, the safe entertainment app for primary aged children, have created five free classroom resources to help teachers cover e-safety in schools. The lessons are planned around episodes from our BAFTA-nominated online safety series Search it Up.  There are five free resources available on TES: Lesson 1: Be kind online (video, lesson plan & activity sheet) Lesson 2: Things Spread Quickly Online (video & lesson plan) Lesson 3: What is online bullying? (video, lesson plans & activity sheets) Lesson 4: Removing things from the internet (video & lesson plan) Lesson 5: Are you spending too much time online? (x2 videos & lesson plan) This is Lesson 2: Things Spread Quickly Online (video & lesson plan) Learning Objective: To be able to explain that information can spread quickly and widely online, even when sent privately. Success Criteria: I can identify ways in which things could spread online I can plan ways in which I will minimise my information being spread online I can debate the pros and cons of posting online with my classmates You can find further information at: http://azoomee.com/index.php/online-safety-lesson-plans/
Azoomee_Kids
Be Kind Online - A classroom debate for Safer Internet Day

Be Kind Online - A classroom debate for Safer Internet Day

In support of Safer Internet Day 2018 which takes place on Tuesday 6th February, Azoomee, the safe entertainment app for primary aged children, have created five free classroom resources to help teachers cover e-safety in schools. The lessons are planned around episodes from our BAFTA-nominated online safety series Search it Up.  There are five free resources available on TES: Lesson 1: Be kind online (video, lesson plan & activity sheet) Lesson 2: Things Spread Quickly Online (video & lesson plan) Lesson 3: What is online bullying? (video, lesson plans & activity sheets) Lesson 4: Removing things from the internet (video & lesson plan) Lesson 5: Are you spending too much time online? (x2 videos & lesson plan) This is lesson 1: Be Kind Online - A classroom debate for Safer Internet Day Learning Objective: To be able to identify what kindness online looks like. Success Criteria: - I can recognise when someone has been unkind online - I can suggest ways which I can be kind online with my own family and friends - I can recognise that being kind online is just as important as being kind in the real world. You can find further information at: http://azoomee.com/index.php/online-safety-lesson-plans/
Azoomee_Kids
Personality Test: What Do You See First and What It Says About You (fun starter!)

Personality Test: What Do You See First and What It Says About You (fun starter!)

Really fun starter the students love! The following is a personality test to see what kind of person you are. Psychologists have found numerous pointers as to what kind of person one is, from just things we take for granted. For instance, observing a picture for a short period is enough to know what kind of personality one has. Are you optimistic, creative or just stable. This personality test is not scientific, and its main purpose is simply to have fun.
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