Attendance Assembly Whole School

Attendance Assembly Whole School

Assembly focused around importance of attending school. Makes links between attendance and attainment/success. Runs through what 95% attendance really means. Also makes link with what attendance can do for your future! Used in KS2, but could easily be used in secondary schools too!
scott209
KS2 PSHE SEAL Lesson (or Assembly) Good to Be Me: Self Esteem and Being Balanced

KS2 PSHE SEAL Lesson (or Assembly) Good to Be Me: Self Esteem and Being Balanced

This beautiful lesson could also be used for a meaningful and special assembly by making minor edits to the PowerPoint. Designed to fit with "good to be me" style units but can be used for many areas of PSHE/SEAL as the lesson teaches how to develop self-esteem whilst also maintaining emotional balance by being aware of and identifying areas of personal development. All made memorable through an innovative teaching and learning approach that could help children maintain positive self-esteem for the rest of their lives. Suitable for all ages but designed for KS2 (ages 7-11). Contains PowerPoint with two part starter, complete teaching input, BBC video link and plenary plus 2 worksheet based activities. Lesson length 1 hour. All images either sourced from openclipart.org or owned by tftf.
TheFutureTeacherFoundation
KS2 Olympics Research Lesson & Quiz

KS2 Olympics Research Lesson & Quiz

A few lessons based around the theme of Ancient Olympics as part of the KS2 new curriculum topic Ancient Greece. The lesson starts with guided reading and note taking modelling to pupils using reference books or internet links. Pupils have time to research and share information via a few options to suit your own class. Included are notes on how to have your own PE Olympics. Finally there are maths links and a true/false quiz as wrap up and plenary.There is a full unit you can download also at reduced rate. My lessons cover literacy skills and are matched to the New Curriculum. My planning is judged outstanding and my lessons are consistently also judged outstanding. I work really hard and long hours so am happy to share the dozens of hours I have spent on this unit to save you time. I have shared my free resources on TES for many years and had HUNDREDS of thousands of free downloads. Now I have decided to sell my best downloads to help me plan towards retiring!
rooneys
EYFS PSED Circle Time Questions

EYFS PSED Circle Time Questions

100+ EYFS PSED questions covering all aspects of Personal, Social and Emotional Development in the Early Years. Questions cover families, friendships, feelings, identity and more. Visual aids for each question. Perfect for Pre-School and Reception (children aged 3-5) Examples include: • What makes a good listener? • What can you do now that you could not do as a baby? • Is everybody good at the same things? • What would be a bad rule for our class? Why?
missrturner
Growth Mind-Set Word Search

Growth Mind-Set Word Search

This word-search challenges students to find 18 words associated with a growth mind-set. This activity can be a useful way to engage students in discussion about what it means to face challenges and develop as an individual.
StartEducation
33% OFF! Rugby World Cup 2015 Cross-Curricula Learning Pack - 35 Activities Plus Bonus Lessons

33% OFF! Rugby World Cup 2015 Cross-Curricula Learning Pack - 35 Activities Plus Bonus Lessons

Hours and hours of meaningful and engaging cross-curricula learning all based on, and inspired by, the Rugby Word Cup 2015 that is currently being staged in the U.K. All learning can be applied to any nation/team and can be taught in whatever country you are from Australia to Namibia! Contains Cross-Curricula Learning Based Around: - Rugby World Cup Maths Worksheets - Rugby World Cup Creative Writing Activities - Rugby World Cup Geography - Rugby World Cup Art and Design Activities - Rugby World Cup Independent Learning - Rugby World Cup Word Search - Rugby World Cup Poetry - Rugby Terminology and Sweep Stake Kit - Plus 19 learning activity ideas from across the breadth of the curriculum including writing, poetry, dictionary and thesaurus skills, singing, drama, p.e, games, design technology, science, art and much more. And.. The Extra Special Rugby Challenge That Will Keep Your Class Busy For A Long Time! Includes the extra bonus of a full individual creative writing lesson pack from our range of resources that can be stretched to 3 lessons if you so wish and can be applied to the ultimate rugby player! All images sourced via creative commons 1.0 or created by tftf
TheFutureTeacherFoundation
Walk to School Month - PowerPoint - Keeping Healthy Prompt and World Car Free Day. 31 Teaching Tasks

Walk to School Month - PowerPoint - Keeping Healthy Prompt and World Car Free Day. 31 Teaching Tasks

You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about Walk to School Month. I have extended this presentation to include walking, a keeping health creative writing prompt and a car free day. I have also added a teacher guide explaining 31 different ways of using these photo flash cards in the classroom. The photos could also be used as prompts for creative writing, factual writing or descriptive writing.
peterfogarty
Going For Gold Visual Story Prompt

Going For Gold Visual Story Prompt

You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different races being shown in each of the photos. You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching set of story prompts. The students could also take five of the laminated photos and create them into a story . The photos could also be used as prompts for creative writing, factual writing or descriptive writing.
peterfogarty
Primary school or SEN School Competition (Art, DT, English, PE & History)

Primary school or SEN School Competition (Art, DT, English, PE & History)

This resource would work so well in a special school setting or a Primary School Setting. The idea is that any students level of work is celebrated across a range of subjects as varied as DT, English, Art, PE and History. This internal competition has been well received by staff, students , parents and Ofsted alike. Each day would have a specific focus (e.g. Monday-Baking) and groups would be pitted against each other in a school to try and win points for their internal house or trophies/medals for their class. Will help with getting students to practice their class based skills in a friendly competitive environment. The outline will help provide a guide to the week and the session plans will help you get the week running as soon as you download it. Would link well with any historical event.
GoldSEN
Becoming a Determined Dreamer

Becoming a Determined Dreamer

This wonderful Keys stage 2 resource for teachers or parents, based on the book; ‘Ernie Gonzales: The Determined Dreamer’ and designed to be used alongside the novel, explores some of the tools and strategies Ernie uses to achieve his mission, and shows children how they too can become determined dreamers, whilst also affirming the power of self belief and awakening them to the own potential no matter what their circumstances are. Covers PHSE seal topics such as ‘Going for goals’ and ‘It’s good to be me’. For use in the class room, SEN groups or small focus group to build self esteem and awareness of self and others. Can also be used for home study with parent and child. Contains discussions, creative group activities, and personal reflective journaling. Use with the novel; Ernie Gonzales: The Determined Dreamer www.bethshepherd.com
bethshepherd2
Walk-it Willow storybook - enterprise education - class reading KS2

Walk-it Willow storybook - enterprise education - class reading KS2

- Suitable for guided class reading - Teaching resources also available - Addresses a wide range of PSHE topics including e-safety, stranger safety, enterprise education, healthy lifestyle, honesty and integrity, making mistakes, friendship. - Fully illustrated throughout --------- Walk-it Willow is the first in the Clever Tykes series, a series of storybooks developed to introduce children to the skills and behaviour associated with entrepreneurship. Willow has a passion for dogs and loves looking after her own dog, Stomp. When a neighbour asks for her help, Willow realises that she can turn doing what she loves into a great way to earn money and help others at the same time. Willow learns a lot throughout the story, as she puts her skills into practice. But when she makes a mistake she faces some difficult decisions. How will she put things right, and whatever will Mr Moore say? --------- 82 pages
clevertykes