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Can we prevent people becoming violent extremists?

Can we prevent people becoming violent extremists?

Radicalisation and extremism can pose a serious threat to any civilised society and in Britain’s case they may challenge and threaten those values that underpin society itself. It is important to try and understand the issues associated with radicalisation and extremism. This session investigates: - The language associated with extremism and radicalisation - Radicalisation/Extremism: Can it be prevented? - Case studies of Extremists - British Values Question Interactive resource developed in prezi. Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents. Includes downloadable pdf worksheet
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FGM - PSHE

FGM - PSHE

FGM PSHE lesson with 1 hour PP, worksheets, clips, well differentiated, KS3/ KS4. These PSHE / Sex Education 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
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My name is Tom - Your School Production

My name is Tom - Your School Production

My name is Tom by Alan Spence explores the problems of e-safety and new technology and new media for both teenagers and adults. When Paris and Darnell are exposed, they are not the only ones. This excellent piece of theatre tells the story from both the teenage and adult perspective, while keeping the audience guessing as to how it will end. The bundle provides everything your school needs to mount your very own production; script, synopsis, poster, production notes and an interview with Alan Spence. It even has a 5/6 lesson unit of work which has additional scripts for students to explore the play and share their own experiences and concerns about this major issue. And comes with an introductory discount. Ideal for next years Safer Internet Day 6th Feb 2018.
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On the 13th January 2016, Alan Spence asked a question. What does cyber - bullying mean to you?

On the 13th January 2016, Alan Spence asked a question. What does cyber - bullying mean to you?

This free resource introduces the My name is Tom Education Project, which explores the issues of e-safety and new media for young people and adults. In the hope it will generate dialogue in the community and help alleviate some of the problems and suffering. The project centres around an exciting new piece of theatre by Alan Spence and will be offering two resource bundles; My name is Tom - Your School Production and My name is Tom - Your School / Community Approach.
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ANXIETY relief

ANXIETY relief

A resource containing a flow-chart to help ease Automatic Negative Thoughts (ANTs) and anxiety as well as top tips for anxiety sufferers and self-talk statements to help relieve some of the stress they are experiencing.
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STOP Classroom fights with Conflict Resolution Cards

STOP Classroom fights with Conflict Resolution Cards

Conflict Cards - Conflict Resolution Cards Printable B&W Conflict Cards This file includes 8 conflict cards. Directions: Print, cutout, hole punch and slide onto a ring/ribbon (I recommend card stock or laminations for years of use). These cards are great visual reminders for young children. They help remind children how to resolve conflicts. Cards Include: - Say: "Please" - Play Together - Get a Teacher - Wait Your Turn - Ignore - Trade Toys - Get a Timer - Say: "Please Stop!"
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Eating disorders awareness workshop for whole school INSET or Sixth Form

Eating disorders awareness workshop for whole school INSET or Sixth Form

This 1 hour presentation is an active lesson for whole school INSET on raising awareness of eating disorders, their warning signs and roles within the school. Designed to promote the concept of a talking school. It includes an entrance task to engage. Two group tasks. A walking talking task. The solutions task, to promote a talking school, is a classification/sorting task before moving onto review. All the resources are included, along with poster resources. The PPT's notes act as a lesson plan and links to the correct resource. This can also be used with sixth form. Feel free to use in its entirety or to cherry pick.
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@AllRoundRes ALL (A Level, BTEC L3 and GCSE) Business Studies Resources

@AllRoundRes ALL (A Level, BTEC L3 and GCSE) Business Studies Resources

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Supporting children through trauma ¦ Early years resource bundle

Supporting children through trauma ¦ Early years resource bundle

A collection of resources to help early years professionals talk to children about traumatic events, plus signs to look out for in children in trauma. The bundle contains: Top tips for talking to children after a terrible event Children’s emotional response to trauma Supporting children through trauma Children’s emotional needs factsheet Prevent Duty factsheet “It is always difficult to know what to say to children in these situations. Knowing it's OK to talk about it honestly/answer any questions truthfully and how to watch for various signs of stress have enabled us to confidently engage with children around recent issues.” Kate, Fairways Pre-school, Southend.
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You Matter

You Matter

The start of school ! A 'You Matter' display lettering pack I use this in the classroom or on my door to welcome the children *Bonus* EXTRA FONT -topic -English -maths -science - you matter
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