Stereotyping Jobs/Careers

Stereotyping Jobs/Careers

A simple activity to demonstrate that not all jobs need to be restricted to a specific gender. Ask students to think of a first name for someone who might do hat job/have that particular career. Get students to tell you the names they wrote down, you’ll be surprised how many male names come up for a mechanic and how many female names come up for a nurse!
prc88
Guided Reading and English Comprehension: 20-Pack

Guided Reading and English Comprehension: 20-Pack

This bundle contains twenty short stories (along with suitable questions and suggested answers) written to appeal to children of Year 6. The stories are used in guided reading sessions, for developing English comprehension skills and enhancing vocabulary. The material is designed to be challenging but accessible to children working within the government’s expectation for children at the end of Key Stage 2. It is possible that teachers of children in KS3 may find the resources useful. Each story comprises two distinct pages with a mini-cliff hanger at the end of the first page. Each page is designed to be used in either i) a single longer discrete lesson or ii) a series of shorter sessions. To accompany each page of the story, a set of example questions and suggested answers is provided. In the author’s school, three half-hour sessions are devoted to each page. In the first session, the children are introduced to the story and some of the questions are answered in a group setting. In the second session, the children answer the remaining questions independently. In the third session, the group reconvenes and the group discusses their answers and receives feedback.
BerylliumBaboon
Guided Reading and English Comprehension: 10-Pack (B)

Guided Reading and English Comprehension: 10-Pack (B)

This bundle contains another ten short stories (along with suitable questions and suggested answers) written to appeal to children of Year 6. The stories are used in guided reading sessions, for developing English comprehension skills and enhancing vocabulary. The material is designed to be challenging but accessible to children working within the government’s expectation for children at the end of Key Stage 2. It is possible that teachers of children in KS3 may find the resources useful. Each story comprises two distinct pages with a mini-cliff hanger at the end of the first page. Each page is designed to be used in either i) a single longer discrete lesson or ii) a series of shorter sessions. To accompany each page of the story, a set of example questions and suggested answers is provided. In the author’s school, three half-hour sessions are devoted to each page. In the first session, the children are introduced to the story and some of the questions are answered in a group setting. In the second session, the children answer the remaining questions independently. In the third session, the group reconvenes and the group discusses their answers and receives feedback.
BerylliumBaboon
All About Me - That's my cuppa' tea!

All About Me - That's my cuppa' tea!

A fun activity for new classes. The students fill in the different sections of the cup of tea to tell the rest of the class all about themselves - their likes, their favourite things, a self-portrait, what they’d like everyone to know about them and what they’d like to get better at this year. Perfect for a unique display in any classroom! Loads more fun and unique resources here. Or why not check us out at www.psheresources.com
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Anxiety : Presentation - Classroom; assembly; PSHE

Anxiety : Presentation - Classroom; assembly; PSHE

This set of resource contains: An informative presentation with stimulating questions, ideas, images and video links Prompts for group/ pair discussions and activities Activities and printable handouts Links for further research and investigation Lots of opportunity for self-reflection, analysis and group discussion
carromba99
Anti - Bullying, Equality and Diversity Quiz Lesson Bundle

Anti - Bullying, Equality and Diversity Quiz Lesson Bundle

Anti - Bullying, Equality and Diversity Quiz Lesson Bundle This Bundle Contains; PSHE Anti- Bullying Quiz Lesson Over 10 rounds and 60+ Questions.PSHE Anti-Bullying Quiz Lesson. This resource contains: 1xPowerPoint 1x Student Answer Sheet double sided out of /60+ Marks (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!! Contains 10 Rounds: Identify the types of bullying, True or False, How to Deal with Bullying, Match the Odd One Out, De-Scrabble, Design Challenge and more… Equality and Diversity Quiz Over 11 rounds and 60+ Questions. This resource contains: 1x PowerPoint 1x Student Answer Sheet double sided out of /60+ Marks (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!! Contains: 10 Rounds Identify the Equality Campaigner, True or False, Odd One Out , Match the Protected Characteristic , De-Scrabble, Design Challenge and more… These quiz resources are perfect for lesson time, form time, extra curricular clubs, part of a drop down day or as a fun treat for your class and may contain a ‘hidden’ YouTube video… These will last a full hour each by the time you get students into small teams and run through the Quiz and the interactive way the answers appear. A tie-breaker is included, which involves drawing an image. These informative, fun and engaging quiz will be a great way to educate your students. Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Check out our Website for all the latest Free Educational Advice and Support, Free Resources, Paid Resource and Blogs and more… You may also like some of our popular cre8tive resources… Back To School Bundle Big film and TV Quiz 2018 Gender and Sexuality Quiz
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The World News Crossword - August 12th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 12th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 12th, 2018 is a 6-page PDF document made up of 4 puzzles based on the events of last week’s news. It’s a quick and simple process to download the resource and it can be stored on a flash drive ready for printing. The World. News Crossword puzzle usually takes a class about 30-45 minutes to complete, leaving some time for discussion on some of the more interesting news stories. The puzzle seems to work best when done in pairs or small groups, to generate discussion. The goal of course is to have students learning more about the world around them, and to prompt them to ask questions, especially ‘why…?’ All for just £2. What’s in this week’s document? (1) A crossword based on the events of last week’s news, (2) A crossword about Burkina Faso because it was in the news last week because of a malaria/bed-net trial that appears to have reduced the infection rate of malaria by 12%, (3) A crossword all about Climate Change, because it’s always in the news despite what Australia’s agriculture minister said, (3) And a crossword about Julius Caesar that can be shared with an English teacher. It’s included because in last week’s news there was a bit of a performance in front of the Trevi Fountain in Rome. All for just £2. So what happened last week? Australia’s agriculture minister said that the drought affecting almost all of Australia has nothing to do with man-made climate change. Excessive monsoon rain caused deaths, wide-spread displacement, and property damage in Kerala. The Swiss government announced measures to help farmers affected by the drought which has been caused by the heatwave in Europe. Two trucks crashed on the highway near Bologna in Italy, a plane crashed near Seattle, and another plane crashed in Indonesia - and a 12 year old boy survived. There was a magnitude 6.2 aftershock near Lombok Island, also in Indonesia. Brazil closed its border to Venezuelans. Singapore trialled eye-scans at its border. And speaking of borders, it seems (based on surveys) that at least 100 constituencies in Britain that previously voted to leave the EU would now vote to remain in the EU. A German man called the police because he was being chased by a baby squirrel. (Tyranny comes in many forms.) In France, crows were trained to collect cigarette butts and exchange them for food. And Christopher Robin was banned from China (the movie, not the boy) - something to do with Winnie the Pooh. All that (and three bonus puzzles) for just £2.
BFP
ASDAN - Towards Independence - Living Here

ASDAN - Towards Independence - Living Here

PPT Unit of Work to support the delivery of ASDAN - Towards Independence - Living Here. The scheme is designed for students with an SEN working between P6 and NC Level 1 - Level 2. The scheme forms a good PHSE unit of work and includes targets, task explanations and proformas to be completed by students with can be tailored as required.
FSpraggons
Lesson: Global Citizenship

Lesson: Global Citizenship

****Global Citizenship - PSHE/Citizenship Lesson Whole lesson including PowerPoint and Worksheet Booklet (the worksheet is signposted in the PowerPoint) Useful for a PSHE/Citizenship lesson as allows time for reflection and discussion. May be useful for KS3 Geography. This resource would be useful for Year 9 onwards, depending on your cohort. There are comments for delivery in the PowerPoint notes section. Focus: what it means to be a global citizen a global citizen questionnaire allows students to reflect on their efforts to be a global citizen Trump v Obama and their respective attitudes to globalisation allows students to view global citizenship statements and quotations from a range of ‘famous’ people students write their own vision for global citizenship The students really enjoyed this when I worked through it with them; particularly the discussion about Trump!
SpringwellTeaching
David Cameron: my war on multiculturalism (ARTICLE + COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS)

David Cameron: my war on multiculturalism (ARTICLE + COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS)

This resource consists of an article written in the Independent in 2011, plus accompanying comprehension questions which I created. It was originally used with EAL 6th-formers but could be used throughout KS4 and KS5, not just in English but also in politics lessons. The questions range from asking students to define extremism and terrorism, encouraging student understanding of policy-making, and inviting student opinion on aspects of policy.
Angelil
Thought For the Week - Full Academic Year Tutor resource

Thought For the Week - Full Academic Year Tutor resource

This resource is intended for full school role out and contains ten focus areas for tutors to cover with their form groups as a weekly tutor activity. Each session is intended as a 20-30 minute focus and is fully question based to enable discussion and exploration of a variety of areas. The focus areas are really effective tools for personal self reflection and focus heavily on growth mind set, learning from failure and developing self confidence. The resource is big on positive outlooks developing independence and accepting others. The resource covers the topics of Learning Failure How do you see the World Reflection Creativity Success Outlooks and Destinations Difference Independence Confidence The thoughts for each week are question and quotation based to enable students to reflect on a personal level. The slides are designed to be contemporary and where quotations and people are used, largely up to date examples and people who students are more likely to be familiar with are chosen. This means they range from Einstein to Eninem and Team GB to Green Day. Brief biographies are used to provide context if needed. Hyperlinks are made to articles and clips which can be used alongside the thoughts. Included in the download is a PDF for the full year to act as overview and 10 separate powerpoints to cover each unit.
brookes_p
Problem Scale (Emotional Resilience) - social communication / autism / ASD / SEN

Problem Scale (Emotional Resilience) - social communication / autism / ASD / SEN

Problem Scale activity. Designed for children who struggle with resilience or to differentiate a big problem from a tiny problem. Accompanying cards give problem suggestions for discussion of where each problem would fit on the problem scale - is the problem a huge one or a tiny one. This activity is suitable for 1 to 1 or small group work. It could be extended by use of the feelings poster to encourage learners to think about how each problem would make them feel. Theory of Mind skills can also be promoted through discussion if a problem is viewed differently by learners.
jlp76
The World News Crossword - August 5th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 5th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 5th, 2018 is a 6-page PDF document made up of 4 puzzles based on the events of last week’s news. It’s a quick and simple process to download the resource and it can be stored on a flash drive ready for printing. All for just £2. What’s in this week’s document? (1) A crossword based on the events of last week’s news, (2) A search & cloze puzzle giving a little more detailed explanation of Zimbabwe and the events leading to last week’s election, (3) A crossword all about Zimbabwe - where is it? What are its neighbouring countries? What are its lakes, mountains, and rivers? (3) A crossword all about India which was also in the news last week. The puzzle usually takes a class about 30-45 minutes to complete, leaving some time for discussion on some of the more interesting news stories. The puzzle seems to work best when done in pairs or small groups, to generate discussion. The goal of course is to have students learning more about the world around them, and to prompt them to ask questions, especially ‘why…?’ What happened last week? On Lombok (in Indonesia) about 500 stranded tourists were rescued after an earthquake, but then another very large earthquake struck about a week after the first, prompting. a tsunami warning for the region. Wildfires continued in California and Europe experienced a heatwave. Students in Bangladesh protested for better traffic and street safety. Evidence of a 2000 year old library was uncovered in Cologne. A plane crashed in Mexico. A helicopter crashed in Siberia. And a plane crashed in the Swiss Alps. A new government was elected in Zimbabwe and 6 people were killed in protests following the result. The boys who were rescued from the cave in Thailand returned home after their 9 days as novice Buddhist monks. And someone kidnapped a shark, disguised as a baby in a pram, from an aquarium in Texas.
BFP
Affirmation Cards Bundle - PSHE, Social and emotional learning

Affirmation Cards Bundle - PSHE, Social and emotional learning

The word affirm means to ‘state something that is true’. Affirmation cards have simple but positive messages that help to develop a child’s sense of self. When used regularly it is hoped that the children will absorb the positive message and become more positive in their outlook in life. They will really begin to believe the statement that they are working on. The message needs to be realistic and very simple. Having unrealistic affirmations may make a child feel worse about themselves and your aim with these is to increase their self-esteem. All these cards begin with the words ‘I am’ and are very simple but achievable statements for all children. This bundle contains all 4 different Affirmation cards which have been created by ELSA Support
Elsasupport
Affirmation Cards for young adults/adults - PSHE, Social and Emotional learning

Affirmation Cards for young adults/adults - PSHE, Social and Emotional learning

The word affirm means to ‘state something that is true’. Affirmation cards have simple but positive messages that help to develop a person’s sense of self. When used regularly it is hoped that the positive message will be absorbed and a person will become more positive in their outlook in life. They will really begin to believe the statement that they are working on. The message needs to be realistic and very simple. Although I have called these ‘ADULT’ they really are for anyone. My other cards have characters on them and these are character free. All these cards begin with the words ‘I am’ and are very simple but achievable statements for all. Included in the pack: 25 Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 2 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 1 to an A4 page Blank Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page Tips booklet
Elsasupport
Affirmation Cards with a Superhero theme, PSHE, Social and Emotional Learning

Affirmation Cards with a Superhero theme, PSHE, Social and Emotional Learning

The word affirm means to ‘state something that is true’. Affirmation cards have simple but positive messages that help to develop a child’s sense of self. When used regularly it is hoped that the children will absorb the positive message and become more positive in their outlook in life. They will really begin to believe the statement that they are working on. The message needs to be realistic and very simple. Having unrealistic affirmations may make a child feel worse about themselves and your aim with these is to increase their self-esteem. All these cards begin with the words ‘I am’ and are very simple but achievable statements for all children. Included in the pack: 25 Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 2 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 1 to an A4 page Blank Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page Tips booklet
Elsasupport
Affirmation Cards for Teens, PSHE, Social and Emotional learning

Affirmation Cards for Teens, PSHE, Social and Emotional learning

The word affirm means to ‘state something that is true’. Affirmation cards have simple but positive messages that help to develop a child’s sense of self. When used regularly it is hoped that the children will absorb the positive message and become more positive in their outlook in life. They will really begin to believe the statement that they are working on. The message needs to be realistic and very simple. Having unrealistic affirmations may make a child feel worse about themselves and your aim with these is to increase their self-esteem. All these cards begin with the words ‘I am’ and are very simple but achievable statements for all children. Included in the pack: 25 Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 2 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 1 to an A4 page Blank Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page Tips booklet
Elsasupport
Body Image and The Media

Body Image and The Media

A series of five lessons looking at contextual information surrounding body image and young people in the media. The lessons focus on educating students about the advantages and disadvantages of social media, how images and words can manipulate young people into believing they should look or behave a certain way and the effects of this on young people. The final task that the lessons work towards is writing a speech aimed at addressing negative body image within their peers, however the lessons would also be suitable for PSHE as well as an English lesson. The lessons were aimed at a year 8 group but I have also used with year 10 and 11 and they worked just as well. All lessons focus on engagement with the topic using current issues from the media today. All resources and a detailed PowerPoint presentation for each of the five lessons is included.
amymwoodhouse
Amish : Introduction to The Amish

Amish : Introduction to The Amish

1 hour, fully resourced lesson which provides an overview and introduction to the Amish, as an alternative religious movement. It compares the validity of Amish beliefs to more mainstream Christian ones and investigates what it’s like to live in the Amish community today. It examines criticisms as well as the Church in the words of believers. This lesson is the fifth in my ‘Alternative Religions and New Movements’ Unit - originally created for year 9, but easily amended for any KS3 / KS4 group. The lesson can easily be used in isolation, however. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is useful for RE or History, or could be used as a standalone lesson as something different for a drop-down-day. The pack includes a 1 hour long PowerPoint, differentiated challenge activities, worksheets, clips and literacy focus tasks. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: MORE RE RESOURCES
EC_Resources
Carnival Mas Costume Tutorial

Carnival Mas Costume Tutorial

Notting Hill Carnival is one of the world’s biggest street festivals. Led by members of the Caribbean community, the soundsystems, atmosphere and beautifully crafted costumes make it a highlight of the year for Londoners. Costumes are made at Mas Camps, where every year designers, craftspeople and volunteers make stunning, creative costumes built around welded wire frames and based around their chosen theme. Gemz Mas specialise in costumes for children, and have picked “Gulliver’s Travels” as their theme for 2018. In this tutorial Giselle will teach you how to make accessories for Mas Costumes, including a neck piece, belt and wrist and leg accessories. Images copyright Giselle Carter
CraftClub
Mental Health Toolkit

Mental Health Toolkit

The mental health toolkit has been designed by the Ealing health improvement team in response to the school wellbeing survey carried out in 2016. It is a guide for mental health leads in schools to help them develop a whole school approach to mental health and wellbeing. The toolkit provides an easy to follow seven step process which includes practice examples, resources and measuring tools to help schools address and promote mental health across the whole school community.
EalingHealthImprovementTeam
RSE KS4 / KS5

RSE KS4 / KS5

New KS4 / KS5 RSE Unit of 5 lessons. These lessons were created specifically for KS4 / KS5 to fit with the newly released DfE guidelines for Relationships and Sex Education in UK schools, set to become statutory 2020. They are intended as a continuation of my KS3 Unit, available here: but can be taught without this and all work as standalone lessons. My complete KS3 / KS4 set is available here. The lessons included are: Consent, Sexual Harassment and Rape - How can we establish clear sexual boundaries? 2) Good Sex - How can we have good, safe sex and is it best to wait for someone you care about? Same Sex RelationshipsWhy do some people have same sex relationships, what’s it like to be in one and what challenges do couples face? Break - Ups Why do these feel like the end of the world - and are they really? Gender, Sex and Trans Identity What do these terms mean and why is it important we study them? All lessons include a well differentiated PowerPoint, detailed worksheets, information sheets, engaging activities, clips and accompanying question tasks. Many more PSHE Resources available at my store here. Complete KS3 and KS4 PSHE School Packages available here: Complete KS3 PSHE 1 Year’s KS4 PSHE
EC_Resources
Tolerance - Islam - Anti-bullying PPT

Tolerance - Islam - Anti-bullying PPT

Tolerance - Islam - Anti-bullying Powerpoint that was used in a whole school assembly but can also be used in form time and class to promote anti-bullying diversity, tolerance, understanding of Islam and religious education.
rayteach57
Maori Language Classroom Decor Set - Word & Phrase Posters, Birthday Chart, Alphabet, Days of Week+

Maori Language Classroom Decor Set - Word & Phrase Posters, Birthday Chart, Alphabet, Days of Week+

Maori Language Classroom Set - Word Posters, Colours, Number, Days, Months, Birthdays, Welcome This pack of resources is everything you need to brighten up your classroom and create instant impact! There are language posters, birthday posters, months of the year and days of the week for display boards, alphabet posters and welcome/goodbye signs for your classroom door. Perfect for helping students learn Te Reo kupu (words) and phrases. 16 colour posters cover topics such as: Months of the year, Days of the Week Numbers 1-12 Colours Objects Places Weather Occupations Actions Relationships …and more… Maori Alphabet posters (can be printed smaller to create a frieze, or hand-size to make flashcards) Birthday posters Welcome/Goodbye signs Days of the week headers + today/tomorrow headers for the whiteboard Months of the year for bulletin or display boards So many colourful and informative items to make your classroom shine. Just print and display! Maori, te reo, maori posters, maori kindy, maori preschool, maori classroom, classroom maori, maori resources for classroom, maori posters for classroom, posters for classroom maori, maori display, maori decor, maori language, maori language posters, maori language display, maori language resources, maori phrases, maori words, maori actions, maori shapes, maori days of the week, maori months of the year, maori days, maori months, maori parts of the body, maori places, maori occupations, maori words, maori numbers, te reo numbers, te reo words, te reo kupu, te reo weather, te reo actions, te reo colours, te reo shapes, maori shapes, maori weather, classroom decor, nz classroom, nz decor, nz classroom display, new zealand
spannarosy
PSHE - Self and Who am I?

PSHE - Self and Who am I?

This resource is useful for any teacher of PSHE. The aims are to develop an understanding self-awareness, self-image, self-perception, the elements of self-esteem and the lifelong importance of these factors. It also enhances student’s skills to critically reflect on the above factors, their role in forming identity and to be able to present some of these ideas about themselves to others. The format of this resource us use-friendly. Differentiation may be achieved by outcome. This resource was prepared by Class Monitor, a secondary school science teacher and senior leader with two decades of experience in education. Class monitor has worked across three countries, has a post graduate qualification in PSHE qualification and an MA in education, find out more and get more ore resources at www.classmonitor.co.uk.
ClassMonitor
Mind your Soul: See the good in others

Mind your Soul: See the good in others

The module is designed to encourage students to take some time out for themselves, to take care of their mind and soul, to reflect on some of life’s big questions and to connect with God wherever they are on their faith journey. Each ppt is approximately 7-10 slides. Lesson 9 discusses the importance of seeing the good in others and understanding why people behave badly.
mobrienTC
Teaching Empathy to Students With a Can of Pop

Teaching Empathy to Students With a Can of Pop

Teaching Empathy to Students With a Can of Pop Every year I had students pushing and jostling each other in line ups for the water fountain, during transitions and at dismissal. Sometimes the pushing and jostling resulted in shouting, swearing and punching each other. For more information, visit: www.TheBusyEducator.com
MarjanG
The World News Crossword - July 22nd, 2018

The World News Crossword - July 22nd, 2018

The World News Crossword - July 22nd, 2018 is a 6-page PDF document made up of 4 puzzles based on the events of last week’s news. What’s in this week’s document? (1) A crossword based on the events of last week’s news, (2) A crossword all about Japan (which signed a free trade agreement with the EU and also experienced a devastating heatwave), (3) A crossword all about Libya (which closed its border with Tunisia and also did not approve the EU proposals to set up a refugee/migrant processing centre - did you know Libya has no permanent rivers?) and (3) A crossword all about Mother Teresa, whose orphanages in India were being inspected by authorities after accusations that staff had sold babies for adoption. (This puzzle is taken from our soon-to-be-released book, ‘Women who changed the world’.) **What happened in last week’s news? ** The EU fined Google for being very naughty and also signed a free trade agreement with Japan making trade easier. Libya closed its border with Tunisia, making trade impossible. Tourists were hurt by falling lava in Hawaii. Others drowned when their tour boat capsized in Missouri. China’s President went to Africa and the first commercial flight between Eritrea and Ethiopia occurred. Two Dutch men were arrested when they were caught on a boat with 2 tonnes of cocaine in the English Channel and French man was released from an Indonesian prison after 18 years for drug-smuggling. It turns out that Omega-3 won’t keep us safe from strokes and heart attacks, Cristiano Ronaldo is moving to Italy, and New Zealand beat France in the women’s rugby sevens world cup final.
BFP
Citizenship GCSE 9-1 : Democracy + Mutual Respect

Citizenship GCSE 9-1 : Democracy + Mutual Respect

GCSE Citizenship 9-1: Life in Modern Britain: 1x hour PP, worksheets, exam practice question, clips, well differentiated and easily adapted. Suitable as an introduction to the values that underpin democracy and the need for mutual respect. Made for AQA Citizenship 9-1 but suitable material for any of the Citizenship GCSE courses or could be used for non-GCSE British Values lessons. This lesson has been planned for Citizenship AQA 9-1 : 3.2 Life in Modern Britain (3.2.2 What do we mean by identity?) These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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Head Space- Wellbeing Newsletters (Volume 1 and 2!) for parents, staff and children!

Head Space- Wellbeing Newsletters (Volume 1 and 2!) for parents, staff and children!

These wellbeing newsletters have gone down a storm, with all teachers, parents, children and leadership! Due to popular demand Volume 2 for the next academic year has now been created! This pack contains Volume 1 and Volume 2 of our monthly, editable newsletters, based on wellbeing, for every month of the academic year. Each newsletter is double sided with an adult zone and kids zone! Use these monthly newsletters to support the parents, children and staff of your school in gaining improved self esteem, resilience, wellbeing, confidence and motivation, in order to achieve an emotionally healthy school.
kep1987
Emotionally Healthy Schools- Wellbeing Newsletters (Volume 2) for parents, staff and children!

Emotionally Healthy Schools- Wellbeing Newsletters (Volume 2) for parents, staff and children!

These wellbeing newsletters have gone down a storm, with all teachers, parents, children and leadership! Due to popular demand Volume 2 for the next academic year has now been created! Volume 1 (September-July) are also available from my TES shop. This pack contains Volume 2 of our monthly, editable newsletters, based on wellbeing, for every month of the academic year. Each newsletter is double sided with an adult zone and kids zone! Use these monthly newsletters to support the parents, children and staff of your school in gaining improved self esteem, resilience, wellbeing, confidence and motivation, in order to achieve an emotionally healthy school.
kep1987
The Death Penalty / Capital Punishment

The Death Penalty / Capital Punishment

2 hour, fully resourced lesson which focuses on capital punishment, its legal status around the world, the moral and religious arguments for and against and the history of the death penalty. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is useful for PSHCE or RE as an introduction to the topic, or could be used as a standalone lesson as something different for a drop-down-day. This lesson gained an outstanding when it was observed. The pack includes a 2 hour long PowerPoint, differentiated challenge activities, worksheets, clips and literacy focus tasks. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: MORE PSHE RESOURCES
EC_Resources
Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience & Emotional Intelligence

Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience & Emotional Intelligence

Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience to Students This resource focuses on 4 areas of resiliency: Self-Awareness Conflict resolution Empathy Teaching Courage It includes: Definition of terms Activities for each area 3.Inputs to use for discussion for each area Processing Questions for each activity Emotional Intelligence This Emotional Intelligence resource focuses on 4 areas: Intrapersonal Interpersonal Stress Management General Mood This emotional intelligence resource includes: a. Definition of Emotional intelligence b. Signs of high emotional intelligence c. Signs of low emotional intelligence d. Activities on the 4 focused areas e. Processing questions to facilitate better learning experiences
kitcelcorner
Maori Alphabet Frieze, Flashcards and Poster Colourful Maori Design Preschool Kindy

Maori Alphabet Frieze, Flashcards and Poster Colourful Maori Design Preschool Kindy

*NOTE: this is a digital file which will be emailed to you after the auction closes. You can then print and laminate as desired. This keeps the cost as low as possible for everyone :) Maori Alphabet Frieze, Flashcards and Poster Colourful Maori Design Preschool Fantastic digital resource that you can keep and reprint for personal and personal classroom use as needed. Awesome attractive read-made display and matching activity cards so kids can get hands on with the Te Pu Taka Maori or the Te Reo Maori Alphabet. Just print and laminate if desired, and display. Document includes 15 Alphabet Frieze pages, and you will also receive separate documents with the poster and flashcards. All incorporating the same beautiful colourful Maori design. *CHECK OUT my other great Maori resources for kids and classrooms :) I have a classroom décor pack with posters, birthday charts and alphabet that you might like! Te Reo, Maori, Maori language, maori language resources, te reo language resources, preschool maori, year 1 maori, te reo resources, te reo numbers, maori numbers, te reo animals, maori animals, animals in maori, maori activity, te reo activity, kids activity maori, maori kids activity, new zealand, NZ
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