Extensive list of links to articles and videos that can be used as stimuli for discussion topics during tutor time or as part of the PSHE curriculum. Essential for PSHE coordinators, Heads of Year and Form Tutors. PLEASE REVIEW.
I hope I have approached this in the right way.
Resource to help pupils understand why Joe was tragically killed and what she stood for, has several discussion points around British Values and a 1 minute silence at the end to pay respects.
Small cards to use as they are for an individual visual timetable (I use them with a boy in my class who has autism) or you can jig them around, enlarge them and use them as a display for the whole class to see the days events which I have also done in the past. Nice and colourful - will save you time! 4 to a page - 48 in total with a blank one at the end to add your own!
I made these after seeing something expensive to buy on an American website! These are great to print off and laminate if you can. Have a stash in your desk drawer and give them out for birthdays, star behaviour, kindness etc…
49 slides in total - no pictures but various rhymes displayed - sections include counting rhymes, action songs, minibeasts, food, transport. May save you some time! I have them displayed so the brighter ones in my Y 1 class can help me read and remember!
Small labels to use for display or discussion during Ourselves topic. Labels include knee, wrist, tongue, lips, ribs, heart, bones, shoulder, ear, nose, eye, face, mouth, hips, toe, finger, hair, legs, hand, foot, back, arm, freckles and skin.