1. Resources Home
  2. Secondary
  3. Special educational needs
Reflection sheet for behaviour change

Reflection sheet for behaviour change

I developed this resource as a way of a grown up reflecting with a young person about any unsafe behaviours they had been involved in. The ideas are based on the idea that children do not 'misbehave' rather they are developing emotionally and as such need to be given skills on how to do things differently. Via reflection, children have a chance to think about their feelings and how they result in actions/reactions and the impact of their behaviour on others. It also gives the opportunity to learn how to repair any relationships that have been broken. It gives the adult the chance to assess for emotional literacy, ability to empathise and allows for teaching points. The whole process takes just 10 minutes and the impact has been substantial in changing behaviour.
vchanin
Observation of Learning Support Assistants

Observation of Learning Support Assistants

This is a file which sets out suggested criteria for observing and making judgements on Learning Support Assistants. Great for performance management, reviews and self-reflection.
dz1
National Handwriting Association Free Teacher Toolkit

National Handwriting Association Free Teacher Toolkit

Given away free by the The National Handwriting Association, which is renowned for its amazing resources, tips, courses, INSET and coming soon... free and paid short online courses on every topic. Join for £15 (only £30 for your entire school) and get free instant access to downloadable Tip Sheets for Teachers: Speeding Up, Rules for Handwriting Assessment, Above Year 4, the Importance of Patterns, Writing Grip, Basic Steps, Helping the Older Student, Touch-Typing and Warm Up Exercises. One of the most popular free resources you would have access to is invaluable: Handwriting Difficulties - a checklist of common indicators that children are finding the process of writing difficult and suggested possible strategies for alleviating the problems.
HollyEmmaSwinton
Visual timetable - weekly and daily

Visual timetable - weekly and daily

As a behaviour specialist, I am aware of the challenges transitions and breaks can have on our young people. These can include different teachers in the room as well as changes to the normal timetable. I developed these visual timetables for teachers to use each day as routine throughout the school. Can be used in collaboration with Visual Timetables - annual
vchanin
Visual timetable - annual

Visual timetable - annual

As a behaviour specialist, I am aware of the challenges transitions and breaks can have on our young people. I developed these visual timetables which are displayed around the school and in each classroom so that children can see the shifting of time. This has resulted in a decrease of behaviour in the last week of term and our most vulnerable children now understand and can see when they are to change class. Used in primary and I have used this with secondary aged children too. My other resource - weekly visual timetable compliments this
vchanin
Sensory Story - My Trip To The Beach

Sensory Story - My Trip To The Beach

A sensory story suitable for both children and adults with special education needs alike. You should read each sentence out loud, adding a sensory experience (suggestions at the back of the resource). Repeat the story consistently over a few weeks.
Andrea12345
My Mood Journal

My Mood Journal

Give students a daily journal to track their mood every day. Includes tracking symbols, mindfulness colouring pages and a monthly tracker. Includes a weekly worksheet for easy printing in PDF and PUB formats and a copy of the 'My Mood Journal' Ebook for students to track up to 6 months of moods. Ideal for mental health, PSHE, SEN and anyone who wants to make a journal! Fantastic self-improvement book to help students keep track of all the good things in their daily life. Grab those colouring pencils and have a great day, week and month!
harle
Diet and Nutrition

Diet and Nutrition

Citizenship / PSHE resources: 1 hour PP, worksheets, clips, well differentiated, KS3/ KS4. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :) Or you can check out some of our most popular PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources below: Mental Health PSHE Bundle 1 Whole Year of PSHE Resources British Values Citizenship Bundle Careers, Employment and Enterprise Bundle Islam Bundle Sex and Relationships Education
EC_Resources
Exploring Chemistry in SEND Schools

Exploring Chemistry in SEND Schools

Six hands-on sensory chemistry lessons for pupils with special needs. Funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry Outreach Fund. These lessons have been developed by an award-winning science specialist, side-by-side with pupils and staff in KS2 and KS3 classes at mixed ability special needs schools. They contain differentiation for use within the class and enough information to give confidence even if you are not scientifically trained. The differentiated nature of the lessons also makes them ideal for use in small mainstream schools with mixed key stage classes. Each lesson plan includes Aims, key vocabulary, shopping list, activity "script"
SarahBearchell
Passport for HAP or gifted and talented pupils to record progress

Passport for HAP or gifted and talented pupils to record progress

6 sheets that form a passport booklets with ideas from each department of what your gifted and talented pupils can do to enhance their learning outside the curriculum. They collect stamps throughout the year the more stamps the better the destination the passport will take you! We did reward trips for stamps. Easy to use, each department has input and easy for pupils and teachers alike to track the additional activity's of their HAP or gifted and talented pupils
annahumphreys
Prince's Trust Achieve Programme; Healthy, Active Lifestyle - Level 1

Prince's Trust Achieve Programme; Healthy, Active Lifestyle - Level 1

Complete workbook for the Prince's Trust Achieve Programme, Healthy, Active Lifestyle, Level 1. Can be given to students to follow ensuring all assessment criteria is clearly addressed before IV and/or EV. Pupils should directly reference all assessment criteria outlined in this booklet and ensure they have clearly numbered the pages of their own work so the front sheet is completely clear during IV/EV The aim of this booklet is to remove the stress of worrying if you have hit all of the criteria. If your students have answered all of the sections and can provide evidence via photo's or witness statements (where applicable) they will be fine.
mshafto83