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Teamwork PSHE

Teamwork PSHE

Teamwork PSHE/Citizenship: 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 :)
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Revision: Revision Lesson Toolkit

Revision: Revision Lesson Toolkit

Revision: Revision Lesson Toolkit This bundle is everything you need in order to create a revision session with minimal planning on your part. Included in this bundle is: Group Generator: GREAT FOR REVISION SESSIONS! Split up your pupils into mixed ability groups with this Group generator! This is a great classroom management tool. hat better way to kick off back to school than to place pupils into new random groups. You can copy and paste any of the random group generator slides into any presentation you wish or use the slide as a standalone resource. Please note that you must enter the pupil names prior to the lesson. This resource is as random as PPT will allow. This method of group selection ensures that you can split certain individuals up and ensure that they will not be in the same group as other individuals of your choosing. Simply add the individuals that you would like to keep separated in the same circle. When in presentation mode-Click on the group number of your choice (Groups of 6-3) and it will take you to your selected slide. Revision Brain Breaks: Take a 5 minute break during revision sessions with this INTERACTIVE brain breaks resource. Complete with music and two of our timers. A 5 Minute Loading Timer & a 30 Second Abstract Planet Timer. The activities included are designed not to relate to the pupils revision at all, but to have a complete 5 minute break during the session. Activities include: The Human knot where pupils must get into groups and form a 'Human Knot' and try to untangle themselves. Thumb Peace. Pupils must join hands and try to create the numbers 1-9 with their thumbs. Plus 10 more brain Break activities-ideal for revision. Includes a YouTube music clip for use as with a brain break activity. Revision Pack: Can be used for ANY SUBJECT. Really useful during Tutor time as revision planning too!Help your pupils make the most of their revision this year by providing them with this pack: The Revision Pack includes: Revision & Exam Advice: Tips on how to revise and tips to help them with their exams. Also included are suggestions on revision activities and also what to do during the 'brain breaks' in the middle of their revision sessions. Blank Topic Revision Sheet: They can add all topics that they have studied for their subject here. This is designed as a handy checklist for teacher and student to monitor progress. Monthly Planning Poster: Print this out for your students as an A3 sheet and they can plan their revision and this on their walls at home. Weekly Reflection Sheet: This is a handy tool to use as a reflection on their work's revision. They can recode what they did well and what they need to work on. Growth Mindset Placemat: This is designed to help students have a positive mental attitude when it comes to performance and exams Revision Planning Mat: This is designed to break up each revision session into 5 minute chunks to help pupils find revision more manageable. Revision Mats: Use this for individual topics to record key words, important information, summarise info, Key thinkers and dates, evidence to support the topic such as quotes etc and, + & - of a theory and most importantly possible exam questions. Random Name Selector: This is an Interactive presentation complete with music!The PowerPoint is completely editable and is a fun way to ensure pupil participation in lessons. It has a landing landing page with space for 10 classes to be entered and on presentation mode you can select the class of your choice. There are 10 separate slides in which you can enter your class list. Each slide has space to up to 32 pupil . N.B. the same pupil can be selected more than once on this presentation. Plenary Generator: This is a fully INTERACTIVE presentation with animation and MUSIC. The PPT consists of 70 Slides Use the Plenary Generator Wheel to select one of the 10 plenaries within this presentation. Press the ’Start’ Button to spin the wheel and the 'Stop’ button to select a number. Each plenary should last 10 minutes. Please note… Some of these plenaries require printouts-Supplied with this resource. It is suggested that copies are printed in bulk in preparation for use. List of plenary Activities: 1. Tree Climb Activity 2. Pass the Bomb PLEASE NOTE: there are two versions of this resource so as to include 'Beat the Clock' alternative to 'Pass the Bomb' as we realise that this could be a sensitive activity for some pupils. 3. Letter Investigator 4. Beat the Clock – Balloon Timer 5. Opinion Line 6. Chatterbox /Cootie Catcher 7. Memory Game 8. We Say, You Play 9. Reverse Cognition 10. Emoji Graph Final Task: Exit Pass Starter Generator: This is a fully INTERACTIVE presentation with animation and MUSIC. The PPT consists of 37 Slides and a 7 page booklet. Check out the Book: Use the Starter Generator Wheel on slide 3 to select one of the 10 starters within this presentation. Press the ’Start’ Button to spin the wheel and the ‘Stop’ button to select a number. You can then click on the coloured segment selected to take you to that particular starter. If you wish to be taken back to the Starter Generator wheel, there is a signpost on the dividing page at the end of each starter task. Once the starter has been completed press the ‘Start the Lesson’ sign to take you to the generic title page. Each starter should last around 5-10 minutes. Please note…Some of these starters require printouts-Supplied alongside this PowerPoint. It is suggested that copies are printed in bulk in preparation for use. 1. Doodles 2. Think, Pair, Share 3. Give me 5 4. Pupil Questionnaire 5. The Rainbow Game 6. Beat the Teacher 7. 5Ws 8. Question Matrix 9. Verbal Tennis 10. Act it Out Revision Flash Cards: This revision resource is ideal for students to make notes in order to use during last minute cramming. Great for use when revising with a partner too. Included in this pack is 5 different versions for pupils to use to suit their individual needs. We hope that you enjoy this resource! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite's Shop click the'Follow this Author button' . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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Revision: Revision Brain Breaks

Revision: Revision Brain Breaks

Revision: Revision Brain Breaks Take a 5 minute break during revision sessions with this INTERACTIVE brain breaks resource. Complete with music and two of our timers. A 5 Minute Loading Timer & a 30 Second Abstract Planet Timer. The activities included are designed not to relate to the pupils revision at all, but to have a complete 5 minute break during the session. Activities include: The Human knot where pupils must get into groups and form a 'Human Knot' and try to untangle themselves. Thumb Peace. Pupils must join hands and try to create the numbers 1-9 with their thumbs. Plus 10 more brain Break activities-ideal for revision. Includes a YouTube music clip for use as with a brain break activity. We hope that you enjoy this resource! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite's Shop click the'Follow this Author button' . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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Teacher Training Session - Differentiation

Teacher Training Session - Differentiation

This is a full powerpoint with resources at the back of it, designed to help someone to lead a twilight session (approximately 1 1/2hrs to 2hrs) on why we need to differentiate and ideas of how it can be done. The session is interactive with little exercises for the teachers to take art in s that they can consider the impact of the structures for differentiating in their own classrooms. Training covers differentiation for different types of learners as well as ability. If you're buying this, you will need to have some knowledge of differentiation to deliver it, so that you can deconstruct the activities after you have tried them with the trainees.
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Classroom Rights and Responsibilities – Back to School

Classroom Rights and Responsibilities – Back to School

An effective activity for your students when you are setting up your classroom culture at the beginning of the year. Something a little different to the standard ‘classroom rules’ discussions. The activity focuses on 4 RIGHTS that your students have at school: ♦ We have the right to learn at school. ♦ We have the right to use school property. ♦ We have the right to be safe at school (physical wellbeing). ♦ We have the right to feel happy at school (emotional wellbeing). Students brainstorm their responsibilities as a class and write them in the individual honeycomb cell templates. These cells are then cut out and arranged around the ‘rights’ templates. You can add as many honeycomb cells as you wish. Blank cells can be included to fill sections if necessary. This makes an effective wall display that can be referred to (and added to) throughout the year. Examples of responsibilities: ♦ We have the right to learn at school – ask for help when I need it. ♦ We have the right to use school property - put equipment away when I have finished with it. ♦ We have the right to be safe at school – don’t throw things in the classroom. ♦ We have the right to feel happy at school - share things with others. Lists of examples are included to help you guide your students through the discussion / brainstorm sessions. With your students thinking of the responsibilities and writing them in kid speak, they will take more ownership of the classroom culture than if you just display a list of ‘classroom rules’ on the wall. An optional activity is also included. It is another template that says ‘We agree to be responsible’. Your students sign their name in a honeycomb cell, cut it out and place it around the centre template. Included: ♦ Teacher notes and layout examples. ♦ Examples of responsibilities ♦ Student brainstorm pages ♦ 4 ‘rights’ templates (1 per page, colour) ♦ Honeycomb cell templates (6 per page, black/white) ♦ Definition strips of ‘rights’ and ‘responsibilities’ (blank ones also provided so you can write your own meanings of the words). ♦ Additional optional template – ‘We agree to be responsible’ I have also included an editable honeycomb cell template (Powerpoint file). This gives you the option of typing the 'responsibilities' rather than writing them by hand. Provided in 2 different paper sizes: ♦ A4 paper size ♦ Letter paper size Keywords: rules, rights, responsibilities, charter, treaty, expectations, procedures, behaviour management, classroom culture, beginning of the year, back to school. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Secret Spy Cards - Behaviour for Learning Resource

Secret Spy Cards - Behaviour for Learning Resource

My version of the 'Secret Spy Card' idea (*not* my idea but I thought I would share the resource I've made!). How it works: 1. Tell students that they will be 'spying' on another student that lesson in order to assess their behaviour for learning. 2. Give them a Secret Spy Card with another student's name on at the start of the lesson. (Students can write their own names on the cards at an earlier time and you can collect them in and redistribute them appropriately). 3. The students should know who they are 'spying' on but should not know who is' spying' on them. 4. They observe the behaviour of this student throughout the lesson and write them feedback at the end. 5. Each student can then give their card directly back to their 'target' or you can collect them in and redistribute them if you want the secret to remain secret! I have found this particularly useful with students who may struggle with behaviour for learning, as they enjoy the opportunity to observe another student and give them feedback. It also encourages them to behave well themselves as they know they're being observed. You can choose how to distribute the cards strategically, giving students the opportunity to observe a student whose behaviour they would benefit from replicating. Enjoy!
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Book check sheet for students books - tight on time?

Book check sheet for students books - tight on time?

Speed up book checks and make them efficient by doing them in class. 1.Print off the small versions. 2 Take around the classroom while pupils are working. 3. Fill them in and stick into books. 4. Write into mark book as you go to note down effort. Do every few weeks to keep on top of book checking is time is tight (always).
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Growth Mindset Pennants

Growth Mindset Pennants

These Growth Mindset Pennants will inspire your kids to think about how they approach their own studies and create personal goals. The 45 pennants include affirmations, Growth Mindset definitions and some of the most famous failures in popular culture. With 2 sizes, you can decorate a large board or trim a table for a special event!
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Conflict Programme

Conflict Programme

This programme aims to prepare students to deal with conflicts in positive ways. It helps them to understand why conflicts occur, how they can be escalated or defused and teaches successful ways of handling them. Conflict would appear to be an inevitable part of life. It exists at global, local and personal levels. Young people, who experience conflict at home, in school or with friends, can often lack the skills to handle these conflicts in satisfactory ways. This course gives students opportunities to learn and practise the skills of conflict resolution. Conflicts can be handled in four basic ways: aggression, withdrawal, mediation and negotiation. Negotiation, which respects both parties' needs, and views the conflict as a shared problem, is generally the most helpful way of resolving conflict. Strategy 1 Encourages reflection on personal experience of conflict. Strategies 2-3 Covers the extent and range of conflict in the world at international, local and personal levels. Strategies 4-6 Young people examine how people normally respond to conflicts, identify behaviours which escalate and those which defuse conflicts, and decide on the most successful way of resolving conflicts. Strategies 7-8 The skills of negotiation are taught and practised, and feedback given on their use. Strategies 9-10 Young people decide on ways of reducing existing conflict in their lives and look at practical ways of preventing conflicts from arising. Strategy 11 Young people assess their conflict management skills, establish behaviour goals and are given the opportunity to commit themselves to these goals using a structured plan for behaviour change. Strategy 12 Evaluation.
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Little Box of Big Questions Workbook

Little Box of Big Questions Workbook

By Professor Irvine Gersch and Amelia Connoly This workbook was created to complement the wonderful Little Box of Big Questions 1 and 2, which contain sets of cards and questions which help children engage in meaningful and positive conversations around topics such as their learning, behaviour and future. This is an engaging workbook, which serves as a guide to using the LBBQ 1 and 2 with children and young people. It can be used alongside both sets of questions but also as a standalone document. Included are a suite of activities to help adults get the most from the cards and a summary of all the questions for easy reference. This guide should help adults with any questions or uncertainties, including how to select appropriate cards and how to engage in active listening. - This workbook is for any adult working with children aged 8-18 - It includes a summary of all questions from LBBQ1 and LBBQ2 - There are 14 activities listed for a wide range of settings to help you get the most from positive conversations with children and young people
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Enough's Enough Anti-Bullying Discussions

Enough's Enough Anti-Bullying Discussions

34 powerful discussion cards to get children and young people to thinking about the effects of bullying on others. What is the most effective way of reducing the number of playground incidents involving bullying? There are many suggested reason as to why bullying in the playground occurs, and thus, many suggested ways one can reduce bullying in the playground. Yet there is one technique which is often overlooked and which can be readily introduced into Citizenship lessons. It is an approach to the topic of bullying that encourages children to look at things from others' perspectives, raising their awareness of others' emotions and personal circumstances. To support this approach, Small World has developed 34 powerful discussion cards to encourage children and young people to think about the effects of bullying on others. They look at bullying from three different perspectives - the bully, the bystander and the victim. The cards open up discussions about children and young people's own experiences of bullying, investigate ways they can make positive changes and offer opportunities to discuss the support networks that are available to the victims of bullying.
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