Hero image

CRESSTTrainer's Shop

Average Rating5.00
(based on 3 reviews)

CRESST is a company that focuses on conflict resolution education. We promote positive alternatives to aggression and violence. We offer lots of free resources for schools and other organisations.

CRESST is a company that focuses on conflict resolution education. We promote positive alternatives to aggression and violence. We offer lots of free resources for schools and other organisations.
Free KS2 Friendship mini activities
CRESSTTrainerCRESSTTrainer

Free KS2 Friendship mini activities

(0)
Simple, creative activities based on ways to make and stay friends with others. Each exercise takes just 5 minutes and helps support thinking and learning for positive relationships. These activities can be done both at home and in school. Activities include: -Pass the Smile -Compliments -Take 5 -Joining in and helping out We’d love to hear from people taking part – every activity includes the opportunity to share back with us. This resouce has been made by CRESST. CRESST is a not-for-profit charity based in Sheffield, working with schools and young people’s organizations across the UK to empower young people (and the adults who work with them) with the skills to resolve conflict constructively. If you liked this resource, please leave a review to let others know. Visit our website at www.cresst.org.uk or follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/_CRESST to find out more!
Free EY Foundation & KS1 Friendship mini activities
CRESSTTrainerCRESSTTrainer

Free EY Foundation & KS1 Friendship mini activities

(1)
A PDF set of seven mini activities for EY Foundation and KS1 children. These activities help children develop the skills then need for making friends, regulating emotions and helping others. These activities take just five minutes each. They include: Pass the Smile Robot Rabbit Take Five Compliments Joining In Helping Magic Door This resouce has been made by CRESST. CRESST is a not-for-profit charity based in Sheffield, working with schools and young people’s organizations across the UK to empower young people (and the adults who work with them) with the skills to resolve conflict constructively. If you liked this resource, please leave a review to let others know. Visit our website at www.cresst.org.uk or follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/_CRESST to find out more!
KS3 PSHE - "Curious About Conflict" Lesson 1 Video
CRESSTTrainerCRESSTTrainer

KS3 PSHE - "Curious About Conflict" Lesson 1 Video

(0)
Lesson 1 of our “Curious About Conflict” lesson series, now fully animated and narrated. If you’re short on time, or need to leave work for a supply teacher, we’ve got you covered - just press play and let us do the work for you! The full lesson series is available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12507700 The concepts, attributes and skills addressed by the lessons are relevant to many aspects of the PSHE curriculum, and can be returned to throughout KS3 and KS4 when learning about the 3 core themes of about health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world.
FREE PSHE Y5/Y6 Everyday conflict interactive lessons
CRESSTTrainerCRESSTTrainer

FREE PSHE Y5/Y6 Everyday conflict interactive lessons

(0)
Five lively interactive lessons to equip Y5/6 children to handle everyday conflict well. Children will explore what conflict is, how conflicts escalate, possible ways to de-escalate difficult situations and a framework to understand and name emotions. The lessons give children confidence and practical steps to take when faced with a dispute or friendship fallout. This resouce has been made by CRESST. CRESST is a not-for-profit charity based in Sheffield, working with schools and young people’s organizations across the UK to empower young people (and the adults who work with them) with the skills to resolve conflict constructively. If you liked this resource, please leave a review to let others know. Visit our website at www.cresst.org.uk or follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/_CRESST to find out more!
PSHE "Take 5" Animation - Short Breathing Exercise Video
CRESSTTrainerCRESSTTrainer

PSHE "Take 5" Animation - Short Breathing Exercise Video

(1)
Feeling wound up? Take five is an exercise to help you keep cool and let your emotions settle so that you can think more clearly. This short video illustrates the strategy and could be used with your class to explore emotional regulation. CRESST is a not-for-profit charity based in Sheffield, working with schools and young people’s organizations across the UK to empower young people (and the adults who work with them) with the skills to resolve conflict constructively. If you liked this resource, please leave a review to let others know. Visit our website at www.cresst.org.uk or follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/_CRESST to find out more!
KS3 PSHE - The Hand-Brain Model Animated Video
CRESSTTrainerCRESSTTrainer

KS3 PSHE - The Hand-Brain Model Animated Video

(0)
This short video is a great way to introduce your students to the hand model of the brain – a simple and useful way of understanding how the brain reacts during conflict, and how we can stay in control. CRESST is a not-for-profit charity based in Sheffield, working with schools and young people’s organizations across the UK to empower young people (and the adults who work with them) with the skills to resolve conflict constructively. If you liked this resource, please leave a review, and we’d love it if you’d visit our website at www.cresst.org.uk or follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/_CRESST
KS3 PSHE Lessons - "Curious About Conflict"
CRESSTTrainerCRESSTTrainer

KS3 PSHE Lessons - "Curious About Conflict"

(1)
This series of lessons introduces students to the essential skills and valuable understanding needed to effectively de-escalate and resolve conflicts. The concepts, attributes and skills addressed by the lessons are relevant to many aspects of the PSHE curriculum, and can be returned to throughout KS3 and KS4 when learning about the 3 core themes of about health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world. Lesson 1 andTo access the final two free lessons in the series, visit this webpage: https://www.cresst.org.uk/resource/ks3-curious-about-conflict-pshe-lessons/ CRESSTs lessons have been awarded a quality mark by the PSHE Association: “We are delighted to award our Quality Mark to CRESST’s scheme of work: Curious about Conflict? This set of lessons teaches key stage 3 students the knowledge and skills they need to manage relationships, both in school and at home”. Jenny Fox, PSHE Association Students will learn: How to identify their own emotional responses, to pause, and to choose to communicate constructively so that tension does not escalate. Strategies for resilience: how to recognise and calm down when in fight or flight mode, and how to handle difficult conversations on and off-line. Practical models and examples which provide a context for understanding the theory and application of conflict resolution in a variety of situations. Concrete, tried and tested methods for de-escalating and resolving conflict at home, at school, in friendships and in relationships, so that less harm is caused to themselves and others. To negotiate ‘win-win’ outcomes; effect positive changes; and build meaningful relationships based on honest, positive communication. Methods for building self-esteem and self-confidence. The ability to listen to different perspectives by understanding the positions, interests and needs involved. Strategies for coping with stress and anxiety. Skills that help with managing strong emotional responses in difficult situations such as bereavement, bullying, and major life changes. These are skills and concepts that are returned to at several points in a spiral PSHE curriculum, allowing teachers to build on the input delivered in the sessions. We hope you find our lessons a useful and enjoyable way to introduce conflict resolution to your class. If you could spare us 5 minutes to fill out a short survey on the lessons, we’d be very grateful. The survey can be found at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScsbMkHW4rNKwGIUUHUvMbsPrXnspdZT72fJ-eDq_taykRf3w/viewform?usp=sf_link CRESST is a not-for-profit charity based in Sheffield, working with schools and young people’s organizations across the UK to empower young people (and the adults who work with them) with the skills to resolve conflict constructively. If you liked this resource, please leave a review, and to find more, visit our website at www.cresst.org.uk and follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/_CRESST