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End of Term Christmas Quiz to use with all secondary year groups and classes, maybe years 5 and 6 too.
1 CELEBRITY MASH UP
BONUS – BABY FACE
4. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
BONUS – VIDEO MUSIC MATHS PROBLEM
JUST DANCE "KUNG FU FIGHTING" (FORFEIT FOR LOSING TEAM, PUPILS LOVE THIS)
Questions, Answers, MUSIC, VIDEOS all self contained in one easy to follow PowerPoint. Very easy to use, minimal work from the teacher:)
MASSIVE 85MB (FILE SIZE) QUIZ
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This lesson is for KS3 and KS4 student all about the various methods of contraception. The lesson includes a detailed powerpoint and also a worksheet for students to fill in.
This is a useful resource for non-specialists teaching PHSE
Powerpoint about STI's. Contains information about causes, symptoms along with graphic images.
(I showed the images on the Powerpoint after pupils had completed a group presentation task on one STI using NHS leaflets or the NHS online PDF
This powerpoint was used to consolodate knowledge on STIs and is useful for a non specialist teaching PHSE
This scheme takes the group step by step through the stages of how to write a story. It is adapted from the government initiative 'Improving Childrens Writing' getting children from level 3 to level 4. I have changed it a little, so that it is also suitable for level 2 and 3 as well. Some resources you will have to get from the government published folder 'improving childrens writing'.
A fun quiz for the end of term that covers items from Sept 2016 to today.
Celebrity Mash ups
Powerpoint with answers, hyperlinks and images all included.
For KS2 and KS3.
Easily altered to suit your class.
Great time filler.
Inspiring and encouraging comment bank for high school teachers. Deliberately kept 'general' for you to add a reference to your specific subject or use for pastoral or home room and individual references. The pages are written in table format with girl and boy versions. Blend more than one comment to describe your students. Simply insert the student name in the space and copy and paste into your document. a few 'corrective' statements indicate how to make a few changes to best improve for the new semester or school year. Enjoy!
This assembly looks at what may happen as a result of Brexit.
It is designed to explain the negotiations to the students and allay any concerns they may have.
It can be used in assembly or in tutor time.
This is an excellent assembly to get the students to think about the power of gossip and the importance of communicating effectively.
It uses several examples to make the point and features intro and exit music (and a clip featuring advice from Socrates)
An excellent one off assembly or an assembly to respond to gossip around school.
This is an interview lesson (so is an outstanding lesson)
It covers the issues of safety in the community (and at home) and gets students to investigate threats.
They need to come up with solutions/advice as to how to deal with threats.
They also need to write a poem/rap to demonstrate what they have learned.
This assembly looks at the issue of mental health and tries to strip away some of the taboos surrounding talking about mental health issues.
A really useful and powerful assembly that can be held at any time of year (but is best in May during MHA Week)
This lesson is to help the students to plan their revision by doing a twist on the idea of a post mortem.
While a post mortem is after the event, the pre-mortem does the same thing but before the event (or exam). So instead of thinking about why they failed, they will think about why they might fail and try to put into place a plan to prevent that happening!
A useful and thought provoking lesson.