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My name is Tom: Your Whole School Approach.

My name is Tom: Your Whole School Approach.

This latest bundle of resources are companion pieces to the previously released My name is Tom – Your School Production and E-Safety and new media: The problem that keeps on giving. Once again the materials are for KS 2, 3 and 4, as well as being useful for School Staff, Parent and Community groups and will hopefully compliment the excellent work you are already doing and is offered at the introductory price of £7.99 Not all activities will be suitable for your class and used at your discretion. Items can be posted on your white board to save on printing. A/B. QUESTIONNAIRES: These are anonymous to encourage participants to be as open as possible. Getting young people to reflect, while providing feedback for your school, which will lead to a growing dialogue within your school / Community. There is also a questionnaire for adults / parents to offer the opportunity to reflect on your knowledge of your own family and how much you do and don’t understand? C. FIND THE STORY: Using the scenes from My name is Tom, participants have to put the story in the right order. An answer sheet is provided and can be done either as an individual or in small groups. Creating more opportunities for discussion around the issues. D. CREATE YOUR OWN PLAY: Using production photos from My name is Tom, participants can create their own narrative, including an opening and final scene. Answer sheet provided. E/F. BOYS and GIRLS TALKING: Part of the project involved working in single sex schools, and we recorded their responses. Here teenagers talk about their concerns in draft anonymous questionnaires and could be used in conjunction with your student’s questionnaires. G. DON’T KNOW THEY’RE BORN: This activity was prompted by parents who felt young people don’t realise, they had “been there, bought the t-shirt and eaten the pizza”. Here participants have to decide when a range of experiences are from: everything from sex, gangs, drugs and parties. H. DISCUSSIONS: Using key moments from the play, we pose questions about characters, attitudes and issues, to get young people to reflect on their attitudes and behaviours. A synopsis is also provided. I. THE ANSWER PAGE: To questions on activity C and G
al1948uk
Supply Teacher Folder

Supply Teacher Folder

Whenever a teacher needs a day off for sickness or a course, it can sometimes feel like more work to not be in school than it is to be in it. I created this document to make leaving my class with a supply teacher easier for all involved. I know how hard supply teachers work and I know how hard it is to walk into a class and not know the children or the timetable. This folder allows you to keep all the crucial information that a supply teacher needs to know about your class. Just edit the document and include everything that a supply teacher could need to know, print it off, put it in a folder and leave it on your desk! I’ve included a supply teacher feedback form in the download so you can be easily updated on how the day went, who behaved, messages you missed etc
chunt86
They Walk Amongst Us

They Walk Amongst Us

After the horrific events in Parkland Florida I am encouraging everyone to download this FREE resource that explains why we have to take a tougher stance when disciplining children and stop soft peddling when it comes down to consequences. Political correctness needs to be looked at closely in relationship to students and adults who because of their digital footprint have proven that they are a danger to society.
JamesHBurns
E-Safety and new media: The problem that just keeps on giving.

E-Safety and new media: The problem that just keeps on giving.

These free resources are companion pieces to the My name is Tom - Your Whole School production and are for KS 2, 3 and 4. Drawing on the experiences of Schools, pupils and their parents, the three resources cover a range approaches: **Presentation: ** Looks at some of the issues explored in the development of this project and the work we did in a Primary School and in particular the need for using a range of approaches, for a problem that keeps on changing. **1. How did we get here: **briefly explores the issues of technology, consumerism, the role of adults and family breakdown; with pertinent questions from each issue for discussion. **2. Whole School Materials: **Offers a range of cross curricular activities to bring the whole school together; plus a range of assemblies, workshops and presentations available to schools and other communities. 3. The Interviews The project was pleased to interview people with stories to share; A working Mother with children aged between 24 years and 3 years -how times have changed. Members of the Enfield Parent Engagement Panels with a wide range of thoughts and experiences. Finally Liz Sorton - a very experienced Youth Coach and Trainer, with plenty to say and it is sound advice.
al1948uk
E-safety and New media: The problem that just keeps on giving.

E-safety and New media: The problem that just keeps on giving.

These free resources are companion pieces to the My name is Tom - Your Whole School production and are for KS 2, 3 and 4. Drawing on the experiences of Schools, pupils and their parents, the three resources cover a range approaches: **Presentation: ** Looks at some of the issues explored in the development of this project and the work we did in a Primary School and in particular the need for using a range of approaches, for a problem that keeps on changing. How did we get here: briefly explores the issues of technology, consumerism, the role of adults and family breakdown; with pertinent questions from each issue for discussion. **Whole School Materials:**Offers a range of cross curricular activities to bring the whole school together; plus a range of assemblies, workshops and presentations available to schools and other communities.
alanrspence
E-safety and New Media - The problem that just keeps on giving.

E-safety and New Media - The problem that just keeps on giving.

These free resources are companion pieces to the My name is Tom - Your Whole School production and are for KS 2, 3 and 4. Drawing on the experiences of Schools, pupils and their parents, the three resources cover a range approaches: **Presentation: ** Looks at some of the issues explored in the development of this project and the work we did in a Primary School and in particular the need for using a range of approaches, for a problem that keeps on changing. **1. How did we get here: **briefly explores the issues of technology, consumerism, the role of adults and family breakdown; with pertinent questions from each issue for discussion. 2. Whole School Materials Offers a range of cross curricular activities to bring the whole school together; plus a range of assemblies, workshops and presentations available to schools and other communities.
alanrspence
Behaviour/ Conduct Contract

Behaviour/ Conduct Contract

A contract that engages pupils, parents, teachers, heads of year/ house and departments in improving student behaviour or conduct. Currently formatted for a music department and KS4/ 5 students, but a Word document that can easily be edited to suit your department, key stage and internal structure. Tried and tested with great success!
mmiicchhaaeelll
Debate: News Headlines  Debate Generator P4C

Debate: News Headlines Debate Generator P4C

Debate : News Headlines Debate Generator P4C Great for Tutor Time! This is a really fun way to spice up tutor times while fulfilling a bit of PSHE too! Alternatively, slot it into your own lessons. A great way to bring contemporary stories into the classroom to instil critical thinking and debate skills. You can copy and paste the Debate Generator slide into any presentation you wish or use the slide as a standalone resource. Click on the spin button to start the selector and the stop button to stop it. You can reset the selector at any time to restart the process. 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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Infatuation PSHE/ SMSC day lesson

Infatuation PSHE/ SMSC day lesson

A full resource suitable for an hour long PSHE/ SMSC day. Targeted at mature KS3 students, this lesson begins with a definition, moves on to card sort activities between love and infatuation and prompts discussions about what are healthy/ unhealthy feelings. Links to the pop song "Stacy's mom" and the channel 4 documentary "Crazy about 1D" are included.
SIKLessons
Student Self Awareness Inventory Template

Student Self Awareness Inventory Template

Expedite getting to know your students through this self-reflective process of thinking through strengths and weaknesses. Separated into four color-coded sections, this inventory looks into academics, morals, social components, and future potential. Presented in a likert scale format, students will choose from four responses for each prompt that is either a smiley face, frowning face, straight face or a question mark. This is a great way to promote ownership over strengths and weaknesses as well as offer valuable insight into your students on the front end. Be sure to check out other get to know you surveys as well!
myeducationalhotspot
The Many Roles In Bullying

The Many Roles In Bullying

It's not just bullying. It's a bully victim dynamic that we have to address. Bullying has many roles that need to be looked at if we are going to solve the problem and stop the epidemic. This 5 minute video covers the roles and offers suggestions.
JamesHBurns
Is The Behavior Conduct Or Clinical?

Is The Behavior Conduct Or Clinical?

Teachers will respond or react to a student who exhibits verbal or physical conduct problems. I mean, that’s our job right? But what about the kid whose head is down on his desk, the kid who is just so quiet that you wonder what is going on behind those eyes, the kid who is disaffected but really is not a behavior problem at all? Often we can be so concerned about the outward conduct of our students that the disaffected kid can get lost in the sauce. This kid needs our help.
JamesHBurns