Resolving conflict collection

Resources team
11th November 2019
Paper people holding hands representing peace, friendship and resolved conflicts

Settle differences and build healthy friendships with these presentations and activity ideas

As we near the season of love and understanding, what better time of year to focus your students' attention on building and maintaining positive relationships with their peers?  Encourage a peaceful festive period with this collection of hand-picked resources.

Managing Anger - noting behaviour and strategies

Simple sheet that can be worked through with a pupil to help identify what happens when they feel angry and what they can do to relieve their anger. Two styles of sheets available: one with the addition of a body shape for drawing on. Both sheets available in 2 different skin tones.
By tesAutism

Anti Bullying & Conflict Resolution Lesson Plans & Resources

Suitable for Key Stage 2 or lower Key Stage 3, two lesson plans with accompanying resources to explore children’s understanding of bullying, differentiate between bullying and conflict and explore the role of the bystander.

By nikkiwatson

Friendships + Bullying PSHE

PSHE lesson that fits the 2020 DfE guidelines, all about making new friends, avoiding toxic friendship groups, not being mean and treating classmates with respect. Great for Anti-Bullying Week or Tutor Time.
Inclues: 1 hour PowerPoint, worksheets, clips, well differentiated tasks, all engaging and editable. Includes friendship board game.
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(SEAL) Getting On and Falling Out

This is a 5 week planning for the getting on and falling out theme of SEAL. This planning is done with reception (red set) in mind. I hope this can help someone.
By cfention

Getting along

Looking at different situation and creating win - win situations.
By njonesford

Friendship Intervention for social skills

This pack is suitable for WHOLE CLASS as well as group work. If there are teachers out there who have children who just don’t get along then try running this as an intervention during PSHE time. Each lesson will take approximately 40 minutes to an hour.

Each lesson is based on a letter from the word FRIENDS

It is perfect for an ELSA or teaching assistant who has to work with a group of children with friendship issues.

Included in this pack:

FRIENDS certificates (children colour in a letter after each lesson and take them away at the end of the intervention).

7 planning sessions which could be done over several weeks.

40 positive friendship cards

The Key to deserving good friends worksheet

Five posters looking at skills for empathy.

Skills for empathy bookmarks for the children to take away

A ‘Friend’ venn worksheet.

Heart friends template

How to apologise bookmark for the children to take away after the lesson.

Lesson objectives:

I can find things I have in common with someone else

Children will explore interests with a person in the group or class and find common interests.

I understand that I must respect my friend.

Children will explore respectful and disrespectful behaviour towards others focusing on the playground. They will design a poster showing a respectful playground.

I understand the importance of including people in games, play, conversation and outings.

Children will play games to illustrate what it feels like to be included or not included.

I understand the importance of empathy for being a good friend and for having a good friend.

Children will learn five skills to help them develop empathy for others.

I understand why I need friends and why my friends need me.

Children will explore why they need friends. Why friends are important.

I can tell you some of my qualities for being a good friend.

Children will explore their positive qualities essential for friendship.

I can understand how important it is to say sorry if I am wrong.

Children will look at how to apologise in this lesson.
By Elsasupport

Daisy the Duck, a Story about Friendship

This is a story that I wrote and illustrated. It looks at the themes of friendship, acceptance and helping each other, and is a great story to read in class, use as part of a PSHE lesson or in an assembly. As teachers, we can never have enough books to read to our classes, right?
Please note, this resource is a PDF document.
By cassieborodenko

PSHE Staying Friends

An 18 page workbook suitable for KS1/2 on conflict with peers. This could be given as an individual workbook or used with groups for differentation. It would also be good as a starter for World Conflict Issues.
Definition of conflict
Describe a conflict they have had with someone in the past.
How did they resolve the conflict?
Why is it important to talk and listen to others?
Ways to resolve conflict.
Fun Activity Conflict in Fairytales.
I have also included a powerpoint presentation
By teachercellar

PSHE Kindness and Friendship Resource Pack (EYFS/KS1)

A wonderful pack to tackle friendships, anti-bullying and kindness in EYFS/KS1.
The pack includes several writing tasks (guided lines provided on most worksheets)
Classroom Posters
12 Kindness Task Cards
Acrostic Poem Template
12 Worksheets
1 Certificate
Real life photos showing simple acts of kindness (can be used for further discussion and/or descriptive writing)

Check out the preview!

By PollyPuddleduck

Conflict Resolution Poster: RESOLVE- Let's Work it Out


This colorful poster uses “Conflict Resolution” techniques to give students the ability to solve problems when a conflict issue occurs between 2 students. It works as a great tool for giving students problem solving skill without repeated, direct teacher intervention.

The inspiration for this poster came from JD Hughes (PE2theMax) “Problem Solving Table” and Ben Landers (the PE Specialist) “Conflict Corner”.

The poster (in 4 colors) displays the word RESOLVE as an acronym for “working out” conflict situations and/or disputes. Seven RESOLVE statements for conflict resolution are listed and specific “actions” are explained to help guide the students through the process.

The posters are in a Zip folder with 2 Formats- PDF and JPEG (originally set for 8 ½ by 11 sheets) but they can easily be copied on a school or store Poster-Maker to convert to a large sized poster. You can then place it inside your gym or playing area for your students to see and for you to reference while you teach your daily physical education lessons.

This Physical Education Poster is designed for all ages but is best suited for students from 2nd Grade through the 10th Grade
By Cap'n Pete's Power PE

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