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British Values Posters

British Values Posters

Contains 8 posters on British Values (including 3 title alternatives). Posters include a brief description of each value. Please these posters will need trimming.
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Classroom Rights and Responsibilities – Back to School

Classroom Rights and Responsibilities – Back to School

An effective activity for your students when you are setting up your classroom culture at the beginning of the year. Something a little different to the standard ‘classroom rules’ discussions. The activity focuses on 4 RIGHTS that your students have at school: ♦ We have the right to learn at school. ♦ We have the right to use school property. ♦ We have the right to be safe at school (physical wellbeing). ♦ We have the right to feel happy at school (emotional wellbeing). Students brainstorm their responsibilities as a class and write them in the individual honeycomb cell templates. These cells are then cut out and arranged around the ‘rights’ templates. You can add as many honeycomb cells as you wish. Blank cells can be included to fill sections if necessary. This makes an effective wall display that can be referred to (and added to) throughout the year. Examples of responsibilities: ♦ We have the right to learn at school – ask for help when I need it. ♦ We have the right to use school property - put equipment away when I have finished with it. ♦ We have the right to be safe at school – don’t throw things in the classroom. ♦ We have the right to feel happy at school - share things with others. Lists of examples are included to help you guide your students through the discussion / brainstorm sessions. With your students thinking of the responsibilities and writing them in kid speak, they will take more ownership of the classroom culture than if you just display a list of ‘classroom rules’ on the wall. An optional activity is also included. It is another template that says ‘We agree to be responsible’. Your students sign their name in a honeycomb cell, cut it out and place it around the centre template. Included: ♦ Teacher notes and layout examples. ♦ Examples of responsibilities ♦ Student brainstorm pages ♦ 4 ‘rights’ templates (1 per page, colour) ♦ Honeycomb cell templates (6 per page, black/white) ♦ Definition strips of ‘rights’ and ‘responsibilities’ (blank ones also provided so you can write your own meanings of the words). ♦ Additional optional template – ‘We agree to be responsible’ I have also included an editable honeycomb cell template (Powerpoint file). This gives you the option of typing the 'responsibilities' rather than writing them by hand. Provided in 2 different paper sizes: ♦ A4 paper size ♦ Letter paper size Keywords: rules, rights, responsibilities, charter, treaty, expectations, procedures, behaviour management, classroom culture, beginning of the year, back to school. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Let's Discuss: People and Society

Let's Discuss: People and Society

A series of cards which will encourage students to think about current issues and express their opinions in a thoughtful and ordered way. Includes 40 different discussions. The topics chosen in each set reflect real concerns which affect us during the course of our lives and are particularly relevant in today’s world. Each card has three bullet points which suggest possible aspects to be covered. The students themselves should be able to think of many more and incorporate them into the discussion; they can also find out further relevant information so improving their research skills. Cards which focus on all aspects of society: relationships, cultures and social groups, cohesion. Suggestions for use: Students work in small groups; they can be given the same topic or different ones. Either they or the teacher can choose the topic. The task is to consider the topic using the bullet points and prepare and present a short talk to the rest of the class. The task could also be extended so that students conduct research into each area at home and then produce a more detailed report backed by facts and figures rather
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Be Kind to Animals Week Colour-In Activity Worksheets

Be Kind to Animals Week Colour-In Activity Worksheets

Be Kind to Animals Week is celebrated on the first week of October every year. Brought to you by ThinkKind Australia and Edgar’s Mission farm sanctuary, the Be Kind to Animals Week school event asks students to do one act that makes the lives of animals better. It’s about inspiring and empowering students to take positive action for animal welfare and protection – and it’s also a great chance to have fun, build essential critical thinking skills and understand the value of empathy, responsibility and active citizenship in our communities! Download the official Be Kind to Animals Week schools posters.
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Safeguarding

Safeguarding

A resource designed as a discussion point about safeguarding. This resources has been designed for use with pupils and has a number of different scenarios for the children to consider.
LB213
News War Part 1 Secret Sources & Spin (Frontline) Video Notes Questions & Key

News War Part 1 Secret Sources & Spin (Frontline) Video Notes Questions & Key

In a multi-part series, News War, FRONTLINE examines the political, cultural, legal, and economic forces challenging the news media today and how the press has reacted in turn. Through interviews with key figures in print, broadcast and electronic media over the past four decades — and with unequaled, behind-the-scenes access to some of today’s most important news organizations, FRONTLINE traces the recent history of American journalism, from the Nixon administration’s attacks on the media to the post-Watergate popularity of the press, to the new challenges presented by the war on terror and other global forces now changing — and challenging — the role of the press in our society. Part I takes a closer look at the unintended consequences of the Valerie Plame investigation, a confusing affair that ultimately damaged both reporters' reputations and the legal protections they thought they enjoyed. "Plamegate" Media and Government First Amendment Bush Administration Video Link provided as a courtesy http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/newswar/
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Safer Internet Day 2018 - Education pack for 3-7 year olds

Safer Internet Day 2018 - Education pack for 3-7 year olds

Safer Internet Day 2018 takes place on Tuesday 6th February and this year's theme is 'Create, connect and share respect: A better internet starts with you'. Childnet, as part of the UK Safer Internet Centre, coordinates Safer Internet Day in the UK and has created this resource pack to start discussions and promote Safer Internet Day. This pack provides lots of great ideas to help schools, youth groups, libraries and other organisations get involved in Safer Internet Day 2018. This pack contains: - two fully supported lesson plans (one for ages 3-5, one for ages 5-7) - supporting activities - assembly presentation with script - a quiz for 6-7 year olds - a poster - templates for getting involved on social media Accompanying video content can be found at www.saferinternet.org.uk/sid-tv Further information can be found at www.saferinternetday.org.uk We would like to thank Oath for their kind support in the development of the Education Packs and the Welsh Government for supporting the translation.
Childnet
Giving Back Booklet

Giving Back Booklet

Community Outreach is a great way for children to begin to learn what giving back is all about. This booklet provides ideas for students, along with instructions on how to plan for an activity. Each page gives the student an area for preparing based on the instructions giving for that activity. Your student will: • Prepare a meal • Treat your friends & neighbors • Organize a coat drive • Plan a litter clean up • Create a Community Guide This ebook is a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions, cut, fold, glue, and create!
KnowledgeBoxCentral
Character Is Everything: A Five Hour Self Study Course

Character Is Everything: A Five Hour Self Study Course

This product is a five hour self study course that helps the participant gain an understanding on the importance of character education in our schools and provides insights, ideas, strategies, and methods on how to incorporate character education in a school curriculum. Once purchased you keep the course. A five hour certificate of completion is provided at the end.
JamesHBurns
Human Rights Bundle

Human Rights Bundle

Human Rights Bundle Get 50% off with code INNOVATE enter @ checkout! Here is a selection of all resources you'll need for Human Rights day on 10th December. Resources include: Assembly & Tutor Time : Human Rights: This resource pack contains + 1x Assembly and 1 x tutor time PPT that can extend over two sessions . All PowerPoints are fully resourced with YouTube links and activities to discuss the topic in question. Assembly pack contains a PPT (10 Slides) and a handout for you to make notes on each slide should you so wish. The assembly introduces pupils to human rights and the origins of the Un declaration . It includes a link to a YouTube clip educating them on this. This resource includes inspirational quote and an OPTIONAL Christian prayer. Tutor Time pack contains 1 x Fully Resourced PPT (15 slides in total) Worksheets (7 A4 sheets) The Topics to be discussed are: What are human rights? The origins of human rights, a diamond 9 activity and a discussion on the most important human rights The resource booklet to accompany this pack contains a blank learning mat for pupils to take notes on the topic discussions and clips that they will watch. Human Rights: This is a 1 hour fully resourced lesson on Human Rights.This Human Rights Lesson pack contains: A PPT (15 slides) and a peer assessment handout (12 sheets). Activities include: Starter Task: A Thinking Skills questions-on human rights. Task 1: Pupils are discuss the rights of a human being. Task 2: Pupils are taken through the concept of human rights. Task 3: Pupils will need to write as many questions using the 5W sheet as the an think of and then use the interactive 5W generator to discuss these questions. Task 4: Pupils should then watch the YouTube clip and fill in the second 5 w sheet with answers to the questions discussed and any information from the clip that they deem important. Task 5: Pupils should read the UN Declaration of Human Rights (2 versions included depending on ability) and highlight any key points. Task 6: In pairs or groups pupils should come up with their own 10 declaration for human rights. Homework: Pick a current issue that is in the news. Report on which human rights aren’t being followed and why. Also state what could be done to combat this. Exit task/Plenary: Choose a representative to speak to the UN on behalf of your group to deliver your 10 Human Rights. Human Rights Debate Generator: This is a FULLY INTERACTIVE resource that has been professionally designed to spark debate surrounding the United Nations Declaration for Human Rights. Included in this resource is a worksheet that pupils can either use to formulate questions that have been generated by the Debate Generator or to write bullet pointed answers. It is suggested that these be printed as A3 handouts. The PPT slide can be copied and pasted into any lesson or can be used a s a stand alone resource. Click on the spin button to start the selector and the stop button to stop it. You can reset the selector at any time to restart the process. The prompts in green are the easier words, the colours will vary as the prompts get harder (from green, to yellow, orange or red). The red prompts are the most difficult questions to answer/formulate. There are 16 different human rights in the selector that have been summarised from the United Nations declaration of Human Rights which contain 30. Random Name Generator: This is a fun way to ensure pupil participation in lessons. The PowerPoint is completely editable. It has space to up to 35 pupil names. Pupils names can be added to each slide and once in presentation mode, click anywhere on slide two and a name will be generated. N.B. the same pupil can be selected more than once on this presentation. Fun Hand Timer: his is a fun countdown timer that can be used as a time management tool in any lesson. You have a choice between two different hand styles and can easily alter the timing between 1-5 minutes 2 or 5 minutes. Simply delete a hand (this takes away a minute at a time. The timings can easily be altered in the animation pane to make the timer shorter or longer should you so wish. Each hand style can be added to your own slides and displayed in the right hand corner if you so wish! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite's Shop click the'Follow this Author button' . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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