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
Internet Access Agreement for staff and pupils

Internet Access Agreement for staff and pupils

Agreement for staff to sign setting out expectations regarding responsible use of Internet in school. Letter to send to parents for them to give permission for pupil to access internet whilst at school and poster to diplay next to computers, establishing rules for safe use of internet.
lavender-lass
Online road safety action pack

Online road safety action pack

Really useful online action pack produced by Brake, the road safety charity. Includes information on teaching road safety to different age groups. Includes facts and figures on road safety, lesson and activity ideas, resource catalogue, form for ordering free road safety posters, information on National Road Safety Week and free downloadable powerpoint presentations for use on interactive whiteboards. Go to www.roadsafetyweek.org and click on ‘educators’ on the main menu.
hannah_kwaszenko
SEN students' views on ECM outcomes

SEN students' views on ECM outcomes

An article about a learning project where the views of secondary school students with SEN were listened to and acted upon. Relevant to the ‘pupil voice’ agenda, students’ participated in research by answering questions about their views on the ECM outcomes. Schools’ benefited from reflecting on the comments of the students and students’ benefited from the learning process.
TES_Community
FREE Breakfast Club Plus  guide

FREE Breakfast Club Plus guide

ContinYou's Breakfast Club Plus helps schools set up breakfast clubs and keep them going. The guide is aimed at anyone who is starting up a breakfast club or who wants to improve on the breakfast provision that they are currently offering. Whatever your role is – whether you are a headteacher, teacher, learning support assistant, parent, governor or community volunteer – you will find lots of advice and guidance here that will help you to establish and sustain a thriving breakfast club. This resource has been supported by DfES and Kelloggs
lauraluxton
Rages

Rages

Responding helpfully to children and young people who exhibit rages
DerekNHS
Phobias

Phobias

Helping a child or young person deal with phobias. Includes video clips
DerekNHS
self harm

self harm

Responding helpfully and safely to a child or young person who is self-harming. Includes video clips.
DerekNHS