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Developing Forest School - Leaflet for Parents

Developing Forest School - Leaflet for Parents

I made this leaflet for parents to explain what Forest School was, what we were trying to achieve and a list of things we need to create a safe and successful Forest School. After sending this out, we had lots of donations! :-)
harleyharleydee
Happy Healthy Songs (Full Album)

Happy Healthy Songs (Full Album)

A collection of songs to help young children learn about washing their hands, brushing their teeth, combing their hair, eating healthy food, exercising, and much, much more. The full album download also includes instrumental versions of the songs. Additional resources can be downloaded from www.melodytreehouse.com
MelodyTreeHouse
Swimming Risk Assessments

Swimming Risk Assessments

Two very comprehensive swimming risk assessments with SEND pupil examples. One risk assessment for teaching swimming lessons and one for taking children to swimming galas.
L-Byrne
Atheltics Track and Field Awards Tracking

Atheltics Track and Field Awards Tracking

File has been updated, 13/3/2018 Monitoring and tracking Atheltics system, which produces league tables for the whole school. It also identifies the best award available for students across Pentathlon, Triathlon & Decathlon. Just enter students scores and see where they rank across the whole school and the award it gives them. Each event 9 steps to success starting from Bronze C all the way up to Gold A so allows for full inclusiveness for students. The students think its great! give them a score card and see how they become self motivated.
PEinnovator
Skipping Challenges

Skipping Challenges

A collection of different skipping challenges for children to complete alone. Ideally placed in the playground.
rosie_m
Winter Olympics 2018  Lesson/Assembly Presentation

Winter Olympics 2018 Lesson/Assembly Presentation

If you want some extra information about the 2018 Winter Olympics then go through this interesting interactive PowerPoint presentation, It takes you through the different event categories; why the emblem was the way it was; and why there was a white cat with stripes. This presentation is not only informative, it has links to 24 short videos that show top athletes performing in each of the sports. If they watched the Winter Games, your students will probably tell which videos to show.Some of these videos are amazing . We watched our greatest medal hope, Elise Christie, succumb to the perils of Short-Track Speed Skating, but have you seen when it worked in favour of Steven Bradbury when he 'won' his unbelievable Gold Medal win in the 2002 Olympics – it really was a matter of Last Man Standing! The topics covered within the presentation include: Location and dates, Venues and the stadiums The emblems and mascots The events and their pictograms. Note that the presentation contains interactive buttons which allow you to jump to different parts of the presentation and then return. My recommendation is that you go through the presentation slide by slide until you get to the information on the venues. From here, I recommend that you select the particular sports that take your interest. If you have a live Internet connection, then watch some of the videos – especially the ones that I’ve labelled with 5-stars. If you like this presentation then please leave a review.
Maths4Everyone