Every Child Matters, Unit 3, Make a Positive Contribution

Every Child Matters, Unit 3, Make a Positive Contribution

Classroom Resources are offering a free Every Child Matters resource to TES subscribers! This free of charge pack has Make a Positive Contribution as its focus area. The worksheets have been specifically designed to allow learners at KS3 a full understanding of what it means to make a positive contribution. The pack offers a variety of different teaching and learning styles within its pages as well as giving up-to-date facts, figures, case studies and reports.
Classroom Resources
Toilet Trouble

Toilet Trouble

A poem about a boy of chinese origin being beaten up in some toilets, and how the bullied boy, as an adult paramedic, ends up helping the bully later in life. Could be used in assemblies, or to make kids think about the need to let everyone do their best in school.
DaveRob
‘Student Voice’, Bullying and Education

‘Student Voice’, Bullying and Education

A year 11 pupil who is a trained peer mentor writes her views on bullying, the difficulties of convincing teachers of the importance of the pupil voice in tackling bullying and some suggestions as to what schools should be doing. A good starting point for staff and student discussions about bullying.
TES_Community
Bullying

Bullying

Responding helpfully to children or young people who have been bullied
DerekNHS