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Leadership - Steps to Effective Delegation Handout

Leadership - Steps to Effective Delegation Handout

Delegation is a skill that needs to be mastered and practiced to ensure successful results. This 9 step process in the form of a handout goes through all the steps to ensure that you are delegating tasks to the right people so that you will get successful outcomes. Use it to refer to next time you need to delegate a task, and watch your success rate soar!
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Workplace Forms and Template Bundle

Workplace Forms and Template Bundle

This bundle contains forms and templates for use in the Workplace. Microsoft Word - how to create a fillable form that can then be emailed to others to complete. Ipad App Criteria form to make decisions on appropriate apps for childcare / primary Training Needs Analysis forms to see what skill level learners are at prior to training.
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5 Minute SMSC Plan

5 Minute SMSC Plan

A quick and easy checklist to judge your school's SMSC provision and tell you exactly what you need to improve before Ofsted arrive. An excellent resource for new or ongoing SMSC leaders and a first point of contact to improve SMSC provision throughout the school. Quick and easy way to know exactly what you should improve and gather evidence for, allowing you to prove the provision of SMSC quickly and easily to Ofsted, Parents, SLT etc. In our last Ofsted, SMSC was mentioned five times, every time positively. Let your school also become a beacon of SMSC with these resources.
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Creativity- Get the spark back!

Creativity- Get the spark back!

Article by writer, teacher and early years consultant (KSEY Consultancy) on how to move away from templates and colouring in. Practical ways to improve creativity in your classroom.
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Wellbeing in Teaching

Wellbeing in Teaching

Read my free guide to making sure you achieve a good work life balance this school year. Offering top tips on what you can do when things get a little bit too much.
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The Differentiation Focussed Lesson Plan Template

The Differentiation Focussed Lesson Plan Template

Place differentiation at the heart of your lesson planning with this easy to use template. This word document enables you to quickly plan your lesson on one side of A4, whilst encouraging you to differentiate activities, outcomes and support. This is ideal for all subjects and student ability levels, and especially for those teachers struggling to come to terms with differentiation in their lessons. It also helps structure the lesson into the starter, main activity, assessment for learning, and the plenary. 1 x lesson plan template in word format 1 x instruction sheet in word format
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Early Years Nutrition: CPD Resources

Early Years Nutrition: CPD Resources

These Continuous Professional Development resources support The Foodtalk Game, which you can find here: www.foodtalkgame.co.uk The Foodtalk Game is an educational board game designed to help early years practitioners improve their knowledge of nutrition and health in under 5s. The game is aligned with Eat Better, Start Better guidelines, and supports the OFSTED common inspection framework for nutrition and health. The Foodtalk Game covers a number of nutrition topics relevant to under 5s, and the game should be used as a training resource for staff. It is suitable for new staff, existing staff and also to play with parents/families to help them improve their nutrition knowledge to support their child's health. There are 2 sets of resources in this download - 3 files for using the game for staff training, and 4 files to support using the game with families. Staff Training Resources 1. CPD Form: staff should complete for their CPD files 2. Action plan: after playing the game, the group should think about how they can improve nutrition in their nursery using what they've learned from the game. 3. OFSTED training report template Playing With Families Resources 4. Guide to using the game with families: contains tips and ideas 5. Pre/post game questionnaire: complete with the family before and after learning using the game, to see how nutrition and eating have improved 6. Evaluation form for parents/family to evaluate the game experience 7. Goal setting sheet: set goals that families wish to achieve by improving their nutrition knowledge
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