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Car Classroom Behaviour System

Car Classroom Behaviour System

This is a visual behaviour scheme that allows for Teachers to have a in class behaviour system that links with both visual and verbal communication. Every child is on the green car because they are ‘on track’, if they make a wrong choice, a verbal reminder to ‘check their engines’ can be given which is the yellow car. If they continue this behaviour or being disruptive in the class then they need a ‘pit stop’. The pit stop means that they reflect on their actions, but like in real life racing, they still have the ability to get ‘back on track’. Children respond well to this especially boys. The resource comes with two documents, one has the three coloured cars and the other document includes road signs to help explain each car. Enjoy! Mr H
Jords89
The Anti Bullying 101 Podcasts

The Anti Bullying 101 Podcasts

These 9 Podcasts are taken directly from Anti Bullying 101. They provide the listener with some great insights and strategies on how to deal with the bullying epidemic, improve school climate, teach respect, encourage responsibility, and build a classroom environment that is cooperative and safe.
JamesHBurns
Mental Health and Wellbeing Whole School Audit Tool

Mental Health and Wellbeing Whole School Audit Tool

This is an audit tool that looks at the pillar of wellbeing. It takes into account whole school approaches, intervention, mental health and leadership to name a few. This is in line with the release of the government green paper. This will support in making an action plan for your future wellbeing provision.
lyndsyjane
The Guide to being Science Subject Leader

The Guide to being Science Subject Leader

A 16-page booklet that guides you though how to be a science subject leader. Contents: The Science Development Plan Cycle Establishing a Science Profile What to include in your file School Self-Evaluation Grids Analysing Data The Process of Layering Curricular Targets Monitoring Planning An Overview of Planning Book Sampling An Effective Learning Environment Checklist Action Plan
orangedaisy86
ART Report Comment Banks -ART

ART Report Comment Banks -ART

Three report comment banks, two dedicated to Art and another focussed on form comments. Hopefully this bundle will really help speed up your report writing.
StartEducation
Research Journal - Innovate March 2018

Research Journal - Innovate March 2018

Here’s out latest issue of Innovate. It’s jam packed with the next stage of our investigations as well as some lovely extras: how to manage stress and anxiety, when governors and students work together and how to build a community of inquiry. Have a read!
meerachudasama
Literacy Across the Curriculum - Bundle

Literacy Across the Curriculum - Bundle

This bundle combines resources for: Improving handwriting Assessing the gaps in a student’s literacy skills so the teacher knows what needs to be improve upon Practical strategies for teachers to differentiate reading material to make it accessible for all pupils - regardless of their ability range A grid outlining explicitly the active literacy skills that are embedded in the content of all subjects in secondary schools A resource for engaging reluctant readers A resource for Parents’ Evening to show concerned parents simple techniques that will help them to build their child’s spelling skills at home This bundle supports all subjects across the curriculum - including SEN and EAL groups too
chirpyandcheerful
Bullying Behaviors And Facts That Are Impacting Schools

Bullying Behaviors And Facts That Are Impacting Schools

What are the facts? The facts are clear bullying and violence are impacting our schools, classrooms, students, and teachers world wide. The behaviors are cruel, disrespectful, unkind and have no place in any environment. I outline for you here 56 behaviors and 18 facts. The behaviors may be things that you see everyday and could easily ignore. make no mistake it’s bullying. The statistics are frightening. I include here a link to the podcast. “If You See It Or If You Hear It You Own It.” This small packet should be shared at all faculty meetings.
JamesHBurns
A Workload and Wellbeing Checklist by @TeacherToolkit

A Workload and Wellbeing Checklist by @TeacherToolkit

This simple document is designed to be used by every headteacher in every school – a self-evaluation without the hassle of reams and reams of paperwork – for schools across England; either complete this yourself as a headteacher or if you are brave enough, simply hand out the 2-page document to every member of your leadership team and ask them to self-reflect on what decisions you make as a school and its impact on teacher workload. If you are feeling confident, why not hand a copy out to all teaching staff? Copyright: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) Copyright © 2008 – 2018 by @TeacherToolkit Ltd.
rmcgill
Workload Reduction - GREAT lesson planning

Workload Reduction - GREAT lesson planning

This is a lesson template and guidance document and is designed as a workload reduction tool for whole school use. Many different subject areas and different phases have different requirements of lesson and lesson sequence planning. Across all subjects there are some common areas that are features of effective teaching, regardless of the subject. These are the features included in GREAT lesson planning. This could be used as a short-term (lesson plan) or medium-term plan (scheme of learning that covers a sequence of lessons) depending upon the subject or context.
classleading
Power Point Timer

Power Point Timer

Add a timer to your presentations using Ubi Timer. The timer can be used both in edit and presentation mode. Ubi Timer has these functionalities: - A choice to use it in either presentation or edit mode Customising the settings to adapt to your presentation. Ubi Timer has lots of custom setting making it easier to maintain the presentation design and look and feel. Setting/adjusting the size of the timer in varied sizes or full screen. Ubi Timer is adjustable to various screen sizes accordingly. An adjust the screen message will pop if a size larger than ‘x-large’ is selected, this is to ensure that the timer is visible. A choice to count-down or count-up. When the count-up slider is set to on, the timer counts-up Launch the timer in edit mode. Ordinarily, the timer is set up in edit mode and then run in presentation mode, however, the user can choose to run the timer in edit mode. Choose the custom settings and then select ‘launch automatically’ slider. This will launch the timer in edit mode, then, click inside Ubi Time to start the count-up or count-down in edit mode. The choice to double click on timer window in edit mode to launch the timer without having to slide the ‘launch automatically’ slider. This is helpful when you just want to re-launch the timer with pre-set settings. However, if you are using PowerPoint 2013 client on windows 7, to start the timer in presentation mode, you will have to click twice to start the timer count-up/down – NOTE two consecutive clicks and not a double click . . The choice to use an alert sound at designated times. . Pause and restart timer during the presentation. To start the timer, the user has to click on Ubi Timer, another click while the timer is running will pause the timer. To restart the timer, the user has to click inside Ubi Timer. This will restart the timer, and the timer will resume counting from where it stopped. Set the timer to span across several slides when ‘span slides’ slider is set to on and the ‘start slide’ is set to ‘Yes’. The span timer will start at the designated slide and will run continuously (without having to reset the timer for the subsequent slides) until it reaches a slide in which the span slider is not set to on. As in other slides, the user has to click on Ubi Timer to start count-up or count-down. Ubi Timer is easily customisable and very easy to use.
tovmy