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Mother's Day: What's it all about?

Mother's Day: What's it all about?

Sunday March 26th is Mother’s Day or Mothering Sunday as it should be called in the UK. Mother’s Day can occur on many different dates across the world.Regardless of where and when it is, the role, contribution and love people have for their Mothers is celebrated.Interactive resource developed in preziCan be used by small groups, individuals or by parents.Includes employability and learning skills framework

By sojellyfish

Mother's Day Cards with Writing Activity

Mother's Day Cards with Writing Activity

These are Mother's Day Cards with with writing activity prompts inserted. It includes a collection of beautiful Mother’s Day Cards for grandmothers, aunts, and moms. All cards are available in black and white for your students to colour and fill out. One of the cards has a pocket full of writing prompts for your students to write loving messages in it for mother. Two Mother’s Day colouring pages are also included.

By TeacherNyla

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The Prodigal Son - bundle

The Prodigal Son - bundle

Help your students investigate one of the most famous parables: The Prodigal Son! Included are two versions of teaching the parable, a puzzle and homework. Please rate and leave comments if you use or like this resource. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! For a wider range of free and paid resources please have a look at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/dana2010

By Think_About_It

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Let's be nice

Let's be nice

The intervention - is divided up into 7 sessions, covering different aspects of the programme. The student pack - contains between 19 - 24 worksheets which enable the student to develop skills, log their thoughts and feelings and to form the basis of the discussions.The facilitator pack - accompanies the student pack contains roughly 35 - 40 pages which support the worksheets, suggesting what to discuss, which issues to cover and how to encourage good debate.AIMS OF THE INTERVENTION This intervention programme looks at the complicated nature of a young person’s friendship circles and interactions; especially those which result in anger and hurting of others. It considers teasing versus bullying and the victim in the situation; designed to show that certain words and actions can be misinterpreted and can sometimes lead to someone being upset. This programme could be used for possible ‘victims’ and prospective ‘bullies’; both of whom may not see themselves as such. It would also be a very good programme for prospective prefects; a training programme, which could be used to provide an education of how bullying can happen and how it affects many people. It concludes with an anti bullying workshop which could potentially be used as a standalone programme.FACILITATOR NOTES This intervention is an anti bullying programme; but I have always felt that an anti bullying programme needs to include both victims and perpetrators of bullying. This is due to the fact that the definitions and perceptions of what bullying and teasing are often unclear and will vary between students. Schools are under huge pressure to stamp out bullying within schools and to do this; students and staff need to be educated about how to spot victims and how to deal with bullies. This programme covers various topics all centered around bullying and its effects. REFERRAL CRITERIAWithdrawn/lonerExpresses fear or anxietySchool refusersLabeled as a bullyShows no empathyBASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTION SESSIONS1.What labels do I have? Looking at what makes the students tick; what is their starting point for this programme?2.How do I interact with others? Are the students able to work well with some of their peers, do they struggle to show empathy to other students?3.Teasing V bullying. Do the students realise the impact their behaviour has on others? Do they aim to tease but sometimes push the limits?4.How does bullying happen? Bullying scenarios; how are people affected by it; victim, perpetrator, parents, teachers etc Also we look at Cyberbullying and its rise.5.Feelings How are feelings affected by good and bad comments? This considers the impact of words.6.Anti bullying Bringing together what they have learned and looking at how to change attitudes and inform others.7.Follow up Looking at how they students have progressed.

By Sunshine-Groups

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Healthy relationships

Healthy relationships

The intervention - is divided up into 7 sessions, covering different aspects of the programme. The student pack - contains between 19 - 24 worksheets which enable the student to develop skills, log their thoughts and feelings and to form the basis of the discussions.The facilitator pack - accompanies the student pack contains roughly 35 - 40 pages which support the worksheets, suggesting what to discuss, which issues to cover and how to encourage good debate.AIMS OF INTERVENTION This intervention looks at all the relationships in a young person’s life which affect them; their family, their friends, their ‘love’ and how things go wrong in any form of relationship. The aim of the intervention is to educate the students about the benefits of positive relationships and how negative relationships can have a destructive impact upon their lives, now and in the future. The last session is titled ‘How to do it better’, after having considered all aspects of relationships it’s about how best to keep relationships of any kind ‘healthy’. FACILITATOR NOTESFor this intervention it is important to have an open mind about different relationships; unfortunately not everyone lives in a caring supportive environment. These sessions are not to just highlight the issues but ultimately effect positive change; wether that be within the programme or outside of it. REFERRAL CRITERIASelf injury/harmWithdrawn/lonerOpenly admits alcohol and drug misuseExpresses worthlessness/ fear/ anxietyKnow issues ‘at home’BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTION SESSIONS1.Me and family - Relationships which the student has with their family; who they trust and how they interact.2.Me and friends - How student interacts with their peers and who they spend time with has a huge impact on their life and behaviour.3.Me and my love - Student’s relationships can be beneficial or hugely damaging and destructive.4.It’s not what you say.....It’s how you say it; often students deal with situations in the wrong way, which often leads to trouble.5.Relationships gone wrong - This session covers aspects of relationship conflict and how feelings affect relationships positively and negatively.6.How to do it better? - Looking at the future and how to deal better with interactions, making better decisions and building solid relationships.7.Follow up - Reviewing progress made and celebrations of successes.

By Sunshine-Groups

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In control

In control

The intervention - is divided up into 7 sessionsThe student pack - contains between 19 - 24 worksheets The facilitator pack - accompanies the student pack contains roughly 35 - 40 pages AIMS OF INTERVENTION It is about controlling emotions, which adversely affect the student, how do they react to particular situations? Do they have a cycle of destructive behaviour which they need help changing? Structured, so that they are presented with examples of particular scenarios and asked to work out the best responses to them. Basically we are looking to alter autonomic responses and replace them with more positive reactions to life’s events. FACILITATOR NOTES This is a straightforward programme on the one hand, a child with obvious anger issues, but in order that they don’t live with that label or indeed live up to that label it is a difficult programme. There are obviously references to anger, but I have tried to envelop it into different issues and aspects of life so that it is more oblique.REFERRAL CRITERIAOut bursts at staff or pupilsOutbursts involving injury to themselves or furniture (punching doors, glass etc)Swearing at staffEmotional outbursts at odds with the situationBASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTION SESSIONS1. In control? This session looks at where they are now at the beginning of the intervention, how do they feel about themselves and their issues? 2. Who’s looking at me? Looking at different perspectives of their personality; considering attitudes and feelings about anger in particular. 3. Cycles of events This session looks at their cycle of behaviour, how it normally happens and what patterns there are. 4. I’ve done it again. Acknowledging and admitting to their feelings and failings, in order to move forward with positive change 5. Different perspectives Looking at changing and the perspective, scenarios and reframing; considering different ways to look at the same situation 6. Plans This session considers how a more in control student may look, making better choices and decisions in controlling their outbursts. 7. General Check up to see how things are going.

By Sunshine-Groups

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Body confidence

Body confidence

The intervention - is divided up into 7 sessions, covering different aspects of the programme. The student pack - contains between 19 - 24 worksheets which enable the student to develop skills, log their thoughts and feelings and to form the basis of the discussions.The facilitator pack - accompanies the student pack contains roughly 35 - 40 pages which support the worksheets, suggesting what to discuss, which issues to cover and how to encourage good debate.AIMS OF INTERVENTION This intervention programme centres around body image, negative perceptions and media influences. The media more than at any other time holds a power and influence on how young people see themselves and present themselves. The programme considers; how they see themselves, how they are affected by how they look, who influences them, the negative and positive media messages and how they can regain their strength and self worth. FACILITATOR NOTES The intervention can be a challenging one for students and for facilitators because when we look at the evidence we have all been affected by it to some degree or another. So i would say look at the facilitator booklet and consider all the points it raise, plus do some research before you begin the programme which will make the whole course more relevant. REFERRAL CRITERIA I think every student would benefit from this intervention but if that isn’t possible then the following; Reported issues with diet Significant purposeful weight loss Repeated flouting of the school’s uniform codeBASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTIONS1.Labels What do they think of themselves, what do others think and how that all makes them feel. 2.Feelings How self aware are they? Have they been bullied, teased or ridiculed; how do their feelings affect their behaviour?3.Influences Who and what influences how they feel and act and how does this affect their lives and choices.4.Negative Media Media influences and how they can impact and influence the individual and society in general.5.Positive Media Taking a fresh look at the media and how some are trying to normalise images and go against the current trend.6.Stronger Getting students to view themselves in a more positive light, looking at positive influences and how confidence manifests itself.7.Progress A review of what progress has been made and how they look at themselves and portrayed images.

By Sunshine-Groups

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Behaviour and me

Behaviour and me

The intervention - is divided up into 7 sessions, covering different aspects of the programme. The student pack - contains between 19 - 24 worksheets which enable the student to develop skills, log their thoughts and feelings and to form the basis of the discussions.The facilitator pack - accompanies the student pack contains roughly 35 - 40 pages which support the worksheets, suggesting what to discuss, which issues to cover and how to encourage good debate.AIMS OF INTERVENTION This course is aimed at establishing a ‘relationship’ with a difficult student; looking at who and what they trust and why they make the decisions which get them into trouble. It differs from other ‘About me’ interventions as its main focus is on poor behavior, difficult relationships, poor decisions and choices of the student.FACILITATOR NOTESThis course digs quite deep into the student’s life and who is in it; you would benefit from looking at their files and seeing who lives with them and any difficult events which they have had to endure. Prepare yourself for possible student out bursts or eruptions of emotion whilst they go through the process.REFERRAL CRITERIASwearing at staffPersistent refusal to follow instructionsAny level of verbal/physical abuseViolent outburstsBASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTION SESSIONS1. Getting to know me – how the student views themselves, school and those around them.2.Who do I need? – This session focuses upon who is important in their lives, good and bad!3.Who am I? – This session is regarding what aspects of the student’s personality, affects their actions and attitude towards anger.4.Red mist – This session is recognising that anger is often at the heart of poor behaviour, so how does anger affect them?5.Stuck in the middle – This session deals with looking at behaviours from a different perspective.6.Look at all that I have – This session is all about looking at what they can change and to plan for issues and deal with them, when they come up. 7.Ongoing support – looking to the future using the lessons learned.

By Sunshine-Groups

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Let's play nice

Let's play nice

The intervention - is divided up into 7 sessions, covering different aspects of the programme. The student pack - contains between 19 - 24 worksheets The facilitator pack - accompanies the student pack contains roughly 35 - 40 pages AIMS OF THE INTERVENTION This intervention programme looks at the complicated nature of a young person’s friendship circles and interactions; especially those which result in anger and hurting of others. It considers teasing versus bullying and the victim in the situation; designed to show that certain words and actions can be misinterpreted and can sometimes lead to someone being upset. This programme could be used for possible ‘victims’ and prospective ‘bullies’; both of whom may not see themselves as such. However, it would be perfect for year 6 prefects as it provides a good grounding for their ‘jobs’ looking after their younger school mates. It concludes with an anti bullying workshop which could potentially be used as a standalone programme.FACILITATOR NOTES This intervention is an anti bullying programme; but I have always felt that an anti bullying programme needs to include both victims and perpetrators of bullying. This is due to the fact that the definitions and perceptions of what bullying and teasing are, are often unclear and will vary between students. Schools are under huge pressure to stamp out bullying within schools and to do this; students and staff need to be educated about how to spot victims and how to deal with bullies. This programme covers various topics all centered around bullying and its effects. BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTION SESSIONSWhat labels do I have? Looking at what makes the students tick; what is their starting point for this programme?How do I interact with others? Are the students able to work well with some of their peers, do they struggle to show empathy to other students?Teasing V bullying. Do the students realise the impact their behaviour has on others? Do they aim to tease but sometimes push the limits?How does bullying happen? Bullying scenarios; how are people affected by it; victim, perpetrator, parents, teachers etc Also we look at Cyberbullying and its rise.Feelings How are feelings affected by good and bad comments? This considers the impact of words.Anti bullying Bringing together what they have learned and looking at how to change attitudes and inform others.Follow up Looking at how they students have progressed.

By Sunshine-Groups

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Give me strength

Give me strength

The intervention - is divided up into 7 sessions, covering different aspects of the programme. The student pack - contains between 19 - 24 worksheets which enable the student to develop skills, log their thoughts and feelings and to form the basis of the discussions.The facilitator pack - accompanies the student pack contains roughly 35 - 40 pages which support the worksheets, suggesting what to discuss, which issues to cover and how to encourage good debate.AIMS OF THE INTERVENTION This is an intervention aimed at students who suffer from low confidence, anxiety, phobias and are generally lost in their world. It differs from many of the programmes because it focuses more on them and how they navigate their world; aiming to establish triggers to their behaviour and addressing them giving the student skills and tools to escape from their negative world. FACILITATOR NOTES These students tend to be unsure of themselves and extremely vulnerable; so managing them through this intervention programme will be a delicate task. They will likely be different sorts of phobia and anxiety etc, but hopefully they will find reassurance and support from their peers and grow in confidence as a result. REFERRAL CRITERIAWithdrawn/lonerExpressing fear or anxietyCries oftenExpresses worthlessness**This is a difficult one as some of these students ‘hide’ very well and can be highly functioning students apart from certain aspects of their life. I worked with one student who was in the ‘popular’ gang, but who suffered from one of the worst cases of anxiety and phobia I have ever seen. So just bear in mind that some students may ‘act out’ and exhibit different behaviours; he came to my attention because teachers were complaining about him going to the toilet too much (because he was freaking out!) and asking if he needed a toilet pass!!BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVENTION SESSIONS1.How strong am I? - Getting to know you basics, with an emphasis on feelings and emotions.2.What pushes my buttons? - Seeking out possible negative events and issues which may have influenced the anxiety and phobia.3.What is my go to response? - Establishing what the ‘normal’ behaviour is and discussing alternatives.4.What are my triggers? - Looking at what/who may be triggering the situations, feelings and difficulties.5.How do I want to be? - Continuing the reframing and alternative positive framework for the future.6.The way forward - Cementing the positives and making plans for future issues.7.Follow up - General, but ongoing positive focus.

By Sunshine-Groups

Mothers' Day crossword and co-ordinates activities

Mothers' Day crossword and co-ordinates activities

This Power Point is ideal for Mother's Day including literacy and numeracy activities. Pupils need to use their knowledge of times tables to complete the multiplication mosaic. If they fill in the co-ordinates properly, they will create a colourful pixelated pot plant. They will need to solve a coded message and a crossword , the answers will form words to do with family matters. Once the crossword is solved they are then required to use the words to create a paragraph of their own about their own family, friends and pets.This resource is suitable for ages 7+

By jlimb

Mothers' Day crossword and co-ordinates activity

Mothers' Day crossword and co-ordinates activity

This word document accompanies a Powerpoint of a similar nature. The children use their knowledge of timestables to complete a multiplication mosaic, which if completed properly will reveal a colourful potted plant. There is a coded message to solve and a crossword to complete; the answers are all words to do with family. Once they have completed the puzzle the words must then be used in a paragraph about their own family, friends and pets.This resource uses language and mathematics skills to complete puzzles ideal for Mother's Day and beyond.Suitable for ages 7+

By jlimb

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KS1 & KS2 PSHE 20 x Full Sessions [COMPLETE SET] - High Quality - Philosophy Boxes Method - P4C - SMSC: Body Changes, Growing Up, Puberty, Community, Citizenship, Conflict Mediation & Resolution, Differences & Similarities, E-Safety & Cyberbullying, emotional wellbeing and mental health, family, friends, financial awareness and managing money, jobs, cereers, healthy living, harmful substances, moral and spiritual development (SMSC) identity and awarenss [A P4C Debates & Discussion approach to KS1/KS2 PSHE]

KS1 & KS2 PSHE 20 x Full Sessions [COMPLETE SET] - High Quality - Philosophy Boxes Method - P4C - SMSC: Body Changes, Growing Up, Puberty, Community, Citizenship, Conflict Mediation & Resolution, Differences & Similarities, E-Safety & Cyberbullying, emotional wellbeing and mental health, family, friends, financial awareness and managing money, jobs, cereers, healthy living, harmful substances, moral and spiritual development (SMSC) identity and awarenss [A P4C Debates & Discussion approach to KS1/KS2 PSHE]

The download comprises 20 X PSHE lessons/sessions that can be used multiple times with the same group. The method uses a selection of debate and discussion activities to explore PSHE issues for KS1 and KS2 students. This download is designed to be a significant component of any primary school's PSHE provision. A demo of the method can be found here: https://goo.gl/DrcSqv [though the content is not relevant to PSHE, it shows how the approach works] The Philosophy Boxes Method is a new approach to P4C designed for students in KS1, 2 & 3: it is graphically stimulating, engaging, and fun. This download is also suitable for older students: but the format was designed with younger students in mind. In this context: 'Philosophy Boxes' represents a more student-centred 'debate & discussion' approach to PSHE issues. The aim of Philosophy Boxes is to bring philosophy and critical thinking into every subject at every level: we believe that any subject becomes philosophy when students are asked the right questions and when they think about a topic hard enough and on the deepest (most fundamental) level. The Philosophy Boxes Method presents students with a set of 'mystery boxes', when a student selects one of the boxes they are presented with 1 of 21 discussion/debate activities [that use 1 of 8 different formats]. The presentation has integrated AfL so that teachers can test knowledge at any point in the lesson. There are 10 different AfL slides to choose from. The design is colourful, animated, fun and engaging: all activities require movement and teachers can decide whether students are expressing their ideas purely verbally or by using post-it notes. The nature of the design is that it can be used for short sessions (5-10 minutes) or much longer sessions (up to 2 hours!) - it allows for classroom practitioners to be flexible and adaptable. It can, therefore, be used in lessons or as a tutor-time activity. The download includes a PowerPoint Show; if you would like an editable PPT presentation so that you can make your own 'Philosophy Boxes' presentation you will need to download the template here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-the-philosophy-boxes-method-template-for-creating-your-own-philosophy-boxes-lessons-p4c-p4k-11463227 A complete selection of Philosophy Boxes lessons can be found here: https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?&q=philosophy+boxes+godwin86 This PSHE course is based around the topics listed on the BBC Bitesize Resources for KS1 & KS2 PSHE (their content can be used alongside these resources to bolster your PSHE provision, though this download does not require additional preparation or resources) [http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zqtnvcw]

By godwin86

OVER 140 Editable RECIPES

OVER 140 Editable RECIPES

Calling all Home Ec and Culinary teachers... Looking for a food recipe? These are MY recipes: crock pot recipes, easy recipes... all of my favorites. And this growing collection of recipes is editable!Recently updated with extra recipes!I’ve tried and loved these recipes over the years. I've made notes on them and tweaked them to my taste. My 12-year old son complimented with, “Mom, can you make sure I have all of your recipes before you die?” That lovely (albeit odd) request led me to begin typing up my recipes. And since I have an older son who lives half a country away, I decided to make a Christmas gift of a recipe book. This undertaking was not as easy as it sounds. I typed, printed, laminated, AND inserted recipes into a recipe book (bought at Michael’s with my 40% off coupon: Score!). Bonus: All of my own scattered recipes are also laminated and neatly organized.Extra Bonus: They are ready to assemble for my next child with the click of a button. Extra Bonus Plus: They are ready to include in my store for gourmands like you!These recipes are editable. You may not like onions. You may not want the name “Jack’s Potato Soup.” I almost neutralized them, but decided against it. Feel free to click, cut, and “fix” to your liking.Another way to use these? Print, laminate, stack, and tie with a fancy ribbon for a great TEACHER'S GIFT! It’s inexpensive, easy, and will be treasured! If you are the Homeroom parent, this is a great gift for the teacher. The recipe cards include: --Spinach- Stuffing Bites--The BEST Chicken Salad--Chinese Chicken Salad--Chicken Wreath--Chase Pasta Bake--Sausage Surprise--Oreo Balls--Avalanche Cookies--Braden’s Broccoli Casserole--Rose’s Microwaved Scalloped Potatoes --Slow Cooker Macaroni--Chocolate Chip Fluffand much, much more!This product is made with PowerPoint. It is not intended to be viewed; it is intended to be printed. Simply print and clip!Thanks!Happy eating!Home Economics is now also called Domestic Science, Domestic Economy, or Home Management.

By kimkroll8

Friendship: Making & Keeping Good Friends - KS1 & KS2 PSHE [Philosophy Boxes] Relationships Social

Friendship: Making & Keeping Good Friends - KS1 & KS2 PSHE [Philosophy Boxes] Relationships Social

The topic of this Philosophy Boxes download is 'Friendship: Making & Keeping Good Friends'. It is one of a series of Philosophy Boxes sessions designed, by request, for KS1-2 PSHE leaders (though it is also useful for KS3). You can save money by downloading the entire course of 20 sessions: which would constitute a significant part to your school's KS1/2 PSHE provision.The download comprises a P4C lesson/session that can be used multiple times with the same group.The Philosophy Boxes Method is a new approach to P4C designed for students in KS1, 2 & 3: it is graphically stimulating, engaging, and fun. This download is also suitable for older students: but the format was designed with younger students in mind. In this context: 'Philosophy Boxes' represents a more student-centred 'debate & discussion' approach to PSHE issues.The aim of Philosophy Boxes is to bring philosophy and critical thinking into every subject at every level: we believe that any subject becomes philosophy when students are asked the right questions and when they think about a topic hard enough and on the deepest (most fundamental) level. The Philosophy Boxes Method presents students with a set of 'mystery boxes', when a student selects one of the boxes they are presented with 1 of 21 discussion/debate activities [that use 1 of 8 different formats].The presentation has integrated AfL so that teachers can test knowledge at any point in the lesson. There are 10 different AfL slides to choose from. The design is colourful, animated, fun and engaging: all activities require movement and teachers can decide whether students are expressing their ideas purely verbally or by using post-it notes.The nature of the design is that it can be used for short sessions (5-10 minutes) or much longer sessions (up to 2 hours!) - it allows for classroom practitioners to be flexible and adaptable. It can, therefore, be used in lessons or as a tutor-time activity.The download includes a PowerPoint Show; if you would like an editable PPT presentation so that you can make your own 'Philosophy Boxes' presentation you will need to download the template here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-the-philosophy-boxes-method-template-for-creating-your-own-philosophy-boxes-lessons-p4c-p4k-11463227A complete selection of Philosophy Boxes lessons can be found here: https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?&q=philosophy+boxes+godwin86You can also save money by purchasing lessons as bundles.This PSHE course is based around the topics listed on the BBC Bitesize Resources for KS1 & KS2 PSHE (their content can be used alongside these resources to bolster your PSHE provision, though this download does not require additional preparation or resources) [http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zqtnvcw]

By godwin86

Family, Family Life & Family Values - KS1 & KS2 PSHE [Philosophy Boxes] Relationships Social SMSC

Family, Family Life & Family Values - KS1 & KS2 PSHE [Philosophy Boxes] Relationships Social SMSC

The topic of this Philosophy Boxes download is 'Family, Family Life & Family Values'. It is one of a series of Philosophy Boxes sessions designed, by request, for KS1-2 PSHE leaders (though it is also useful for KS3). You can save money by downloading the entire course of 20 sessions: which would constitute a significant part to your school's KS1/2 PSHE provision.The download comprises a P4C lesson/session that can be used multiple times with the same group.The Philosophy Boxes Method is a new approach to P4C designed for students in KS1, 2 & 3: it is graphically stimulating, engaging, and fun. This download is also suitable for older students: but the format was designed with younger students in mind. In this context: 'Philosophy Boxes' represents a more student-centred 'debate & discussion' approach to PSHE issues.The aim of Philosophy Boxes is to bring philosophy and critical thinking into every subject at every level: we believe that any subject becomes philosophy when students are asked the right questions and when they think about a topic hard enough and on the deepest (most fundamental) level. The Philosophy Boxes Method presents students with a set of 'mystery boxes', when a student selects one of the boxes they are presented with 1 of 21 discussion/debate activities [that use 1 of 8 different formats].The presentation has integrated AfL so that teachers can test knowledge at any point in the lesson. There are 10 different AfL slides to choose from. The design is colourful, animated, fun and engaging: all activities require movement and teachers can decide whether students are expressing their ideas purely verbally or by using post-it notes.The nature of the design is that it can be used for short sessions (5-10 minutes) or much longer sessions (up to 2 hours!) - it allows for classroom practitioners to be flexible and adaptable. It can, therefore, be used in lessons or as a tutor-time activity.The download includes a PowerPoint Show; if you would like an editable PPT presentation so that you can make your own 'Philosophy Boxes' presentation you will need to download the template here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-the-philosophy-boxes-method-template-for-creating-your-own-philosophy-boxes-lessons-p4c-p4k-11463227A complete selection of Philosophy Boxes lessons can be found here: https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?&q=philosophy+boxes+godwin86You can also save money by purchasing lessons as bundles.This PSHE course is based around the topics listed on the BBC Bitesize Resources for KS1 & KS2 PSHE (their content can be used alongside these resources to bolster your PSHE provision, though this download does not require additional preparation or resources) [http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zqtnvcw]

By godwin86

Conflict, Mediation & Conflict Resolution - KS1 & KS2 PSHE [Philosophy Boxes] KS1-3 (P4C) SMSC

Conflict, Mediation & Conflict Resolution - KS1 & KS2 PSHE [Philosophy Boxes] KS1-3 (P4C) SMSC

The topic of this Philosophy Boxes download is 'Conflict, Mediation & Conflict Resolution'. It is one of a series of Philosophy Boxes sessions designed, by request, for KS1-2 PSHE leaders (though it is also useful for KS3). You can save money by downloading the entire course of 20 sessions: which would constitute a significant part to your school's KS1/2 PSHE provision.The download comprises a P4C lesson/session that can be used multiple times with the same group.The Philosophy Boxes Method is a new approach to P4C designed for students in KS1, 2 & 3: it is graphically stimulating, engaging, and fun. This download is also suitable for older students: but the format was designed with younger students in mind. In this context: 'Philosophy Boxes' represents a more student-centred 'debate & discussion' approach to PSHE issues.The aim of Philosophy Boxes is to bring philosophy and critical thinking into every subject at every level: we believe that any subject becomes philosophy when students are asked the right questions and when they think about a topic hard enough and on the deepest (most fundamental) level. The Philosophy Boxes Method presents students with a set of 'mystery boxes', when a student selects one of the boxes they are presented with 1 of 21 discussion/debate activities [that use 1 of 8 different formats].The presentation has integrated AfL so that teachers can test knowledge at any point in the lesson. There are 10 different AfL slides to choose from. The design is colourful, animated, fun and engaging: all activities require movement and teachers can decide whether students are expressing their ideas purely verbally or by using post-it notes.The nature of the design is that it can be used for short sessions (5-10 minutes) or much longer sessions (up to 2 hours!) - it allows for classroom practitioners to be flexible and adaptable. It can, therefore, be used in lessons or as a tutor-time activity.The download includes a PowerPoint Show; if you would like an editable PPT presentation so that you can make your own 'Philosophy Boxes' presentation you will need to download the template here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-the-philosophy-boxes-method-template-for-creating-your-own-philosophy-boxes-lessons-p4c-p4k-11463227A complete selection of Philosophy Boxes lessons can be found here: https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?&q=philosophy+boxes+godwin86You can also save money by purchasing lessons as bundles.This PSHE course is based around the topics listed on the BBC Bitesize Resources for KS1 & KS2 PSHE (their content can be used alongside these resources to bolster your PSHE provision, though this download does not require additional preparation or resources) [http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zqtnvcw]

By godwin86

Differences & Similarities KS1 & KS2 PSHE [Philosophy Boxes] KS1-3 (P4C) Relationships

Differences & Similarities KS1 & KS2 PSHE [Philosophy Boxes] KS1-3 (P4C) Relationships

The topic of this Philosophy Boxes download is 'Differences & Similarities'. It is one of a series of Philosophy Boxes sessions designed, by request, for KS1-2 PSHE leaders (though it is also useful for KS3). You can save money by downloading the entire course of 20 sessions: which would constitute a significant part to your school's KS1/2 PSHE provision.The download comprises a P4C lesson/session that can be used multiple times with the same group.The Philosophy Boxes Method is a new approach to P4C designed for students in KS1, 2 & 3: it is graphically stimulating, engaging, and fun. This download is also suitable for older students: but the format was designed with younger students in mind. In this context: 'Philosophy Boxes' represents a more student-centred 'debate & discussion' approach to PSHE issues.The aim of Philosophy Boxes is to bring philosophy and critical thinking into every subject at every level: we believe that any subject becomes philosophy when students are asked the right questions and when they think about a topic hard enough and on the deepest (most fundamental) level. The Philosophy Boxes Method presents students with a set of 'mystery boxes', when a student selects one of the boxes they are presented with 1 of 21 discussion/debate activities [that use 1 of 8 different formats].The presentation has integrated AfL so that teachers can test knowledge at any point in the lesson. There are 10 different AfL slides to choose from. The design is colourful, animated, fun and engaging: all activities require movement and teachers can decide whether students are expressing their ideas purely verbally or by using post-it notes.The nature of the design is that it can be used for short sessions (5-10 minutes) or much longer sessions (up to 2 hours!) - it allows for classroom practitioners to be flexible and adaptable. It can, therefore, be used in lessons or as a tutor-time activity.The download includes a PowerPoint Show; if you would like an editable PPT presentation so that you can make your own 'Philosophy Boxes' presentation you will need to download the template here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-the-philosophy-boxes-method-template-for-creating-your-own-philosophy-boxes-lessons-p4c-p4k-11463227A complete selection of Philosophy Boxes lessons can be found here: https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?&q=philosophy+boxes+godwin86You can also save money by purchasing lessons as bundles.This PSHE course is based around the topics listed on the BBC Bitesize Resources for KS1 & KS2 PSHE (their content can be used alongside these resources to bolster your PSHE provision, though this download does not require additional preparation or resources) [http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zqtnvcw]

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Year 2: Master Computing Basics Bundle

Year 2: Master Computing Basics Bundle

A huge amount of resources for individual or Interactive Whiteboard use for Year 1 children. Gain confidence with easy to use, drag and drop resources across a variety of topics including a whole unit on Coding!

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Computing Typing Bundle EYFS>KS2

Computing Typing Bundle EYFS>KS2

Set your children to work with these 12 typing activities. From basic text editing to retelling whole stories in an easy to use, easy to print format. Great EYFS\Y1\Y2 and older children\INAs who aren't familiar or confident with typing.

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Exploring Parables - bundle

Exploring Parables - bundle

This bundle helps your students explore some of the well-known parables: the Good Samaritan, the Prodigal Son, the Sower, the Lost Sheep and Lost Coin. It includes presentations, puzzles, homework a wide range of activities and a certificate to celebrate pupils' success. More parables to be included soon! Please rate and leave comments if you use or like this resource. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! For a wider range of free and paid resources please have a look at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/dana2010

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Office Worker PPT Template

Office Worker PPT Template

There are different business postures in the master slide for example a business man stand up and another employee reading the newspaper or another one running out of the job with his suitcase. There is also a lady employee in the slide design and another business man. Key Features of Office Worker PowerPoint Template* Simple color-coded format* Easy to use with Text* Facilitates communication with customer* Save hours on making presentation* Attractive charts and diagrams* Reasonable price* Slides – 21 Slides

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The Prodigal Son Homework

The Prodigal Son Homework

Differentiated homework to support the understanding of the parable of the Prodigal Son.A very good extension would be to ask pupils to write down a sentence using some of the keywords they identified.Please rate and leave comments if you use or like this resource. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! For a wider range of free and paid resources please have a look at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/dana2010

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Good and Bad Assembly or Class Play

Good and Bad Assembly or Class Play

Good and Bad Assembly or Class PlayEver wondered why some people are happy and others not? Could it perhaps have anything to do with their outlook on life?The two gangs in this assembly certainly see life very differently - well, they would, wouldn't they - given that one are a group of peace-loving hippies and the other, a group of street-wise warriors?But no differences are irreconcilable. Read on!Cast of 30 - easily adjustable up or downDuration - around 10 minutes without inclusion of music suggestions (which will double the length of performance)Sample Text(BG stands for Bad Gang; GG stands for Good Gang)BG Leader: (To GG Leader) There you have it, Sunshine! That’s my gang! Where’s yours?Music 3 Joybringer – Manfred Mann’s Earthband(BG 15 – 28 perform song, singing and dancing, joyously)GG Leader: (Applauding) Ah now that’s more like it! Thank you so much!GG 1: Oh! Our pleasure! Thank you for listening!BG 1: (Mimicking) Oh! Our pleasure! Thank you for listening(Bad Gang all fall about laughing)(BG 2 goes over to GG 2, in threatening manner)BG 2: So what are you going to say, little ‘joybringer’?(Bad Gang all fall about laughing)GG 2: Oh you needn’t think I’m afraid of you!BG 2: Well, you should be! I don’t reckon much of your chances in a stand up fight with us lot (Turns to Bad Gang) Am I right, guys?Bad Gang: (Aggressively) Right!(BG 2 swaggers back to seat)GG 3: Oh I can’t tell you how much we’re (pointing to Good Gang) all looking forward to that!(Collective Gasp from Bad Gang)BG 3: Are you mad? Or just plain stupid?GG 3: (Laughing) Maybe a little mad! But (pointing to Good Gang) we’re all good with that, right?Good Gang: (Joyfully) Right!BG 4: (Contemptuously) Pah! Just look at them! Thinking themselves so great!GG 4: Oh I can assure you we’re far from being just thinkers!BG 4: (Laughing, sarcastically) Right! You still up for some action?(BG 4 struts up and down, bracing his muscles; Bad Gang all do the same)GG 4: Very impressive – as a display! Shame it doesn’t have much substance!BG 5: Pah! Just jealous, that’s what you are! Making fun of us – how low can you stoop!GG 5: (Anxiously) Oh we didn’t want to make you feel bad about yourselvesMusic 4 Bad – Michael Jackson(Bad Gang all jump to their feet and perform again, as before)

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Multicultural Bundle

Multicultural Bundle

I have created presentations about different aspects of living in harmony with other people from other nations. It is great for harmony day and also the International Day For The Elimination Of Racial Discrimination. I have included a range of different presentations of different countries around the world. You are able to compare and contrast lives in other places. I have included stories from India, as this is the largest ethnic minority in the UK, and I thought it would be nice to see the differences and similarities between the two countries. I have also included 2 presentations about the Brexit (Brexit Conversation Ideas and International Day For the Elimination of Racial Discrimination - which covers Britain pre- and post Brexit and its crime rates).

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Quotes About Mothers - Set of 34 Posters - Ideal for Mother's Day

Quotes About Mothers - Set of 34 Posters - Ideal for Mother's Day

This resource contains a set of 34 quote posters on the theme of mothers and motherhood. These quotes are a useful resource for Mother's Day. They could be used as display posters, or to stimulate and promote discussion and creative writing on what it means to be a mother.The posters include quotes from a number of inspirational people including Mahatma Gandhi, Mark Twain, Michael Jackson.For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and EducateThinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide.How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide

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