This unit is currently used as the introduction to a long-term KS3 SEND intervention programme. The programme, and this unit, focuses predominantly on developing reading and writing skills but links to PSHE. This follows a guided reading structure that aims to develop confidence and resilience.
This is Year 7 unit so could be used for KS2 too. This unit includes a lesson on role models and understanding anger, as well as comprehension questions, writing activities and opportunities to be creative.
This runs for 23 lessons (including watching the film). This pack includes all of the PowerPoints, supporting resources and an editable overview of the unit.
The Hunger Games literacy intervention/reading programme.
Currently used as part of a KS3 SEND intervention programme that focuses on literacy with links to PSHE.
This unit ends with an extended writing task to develop resilience and features quote analysis, speaking and listening and exploring themes of the book.
This pack includes all of the resources needed for a 45 lesson unit (including watching the film) and can easily be adapted for higher ability students.
Gangsta Granny by David Walliams. A complete literacy intervention for SEND and reluctant readers. Currently used for low ability Year 7 but can be used for KS2. Easily adaptable for home learning.
Contains complete PowerPoint presentations and supporting resources for 21 lessons (including watching the film).
The lessons in this programme develop:
Reading and comprehension
IT and research skills
Speaking and listening skills
Steps to Success is a 12-session intervention to boost emotional literacy and support personal development. It is aimed at students who display negative behaviour, low self-esteem and/or anger management issues. This can also be used to support students with trauma and attachment issues. The programme is scheduled to run for 2 sessions per week over 6 weeks and is for small groups of up to 6 UKS2/KS3 students.
The sessions focus on:
Personal development and target setting
Self-awareness and sensitivity
Changing your thinking
What is stress?
Reacting to stress
Managing anger and keeping it under control
Changing the way we respond to anger
Developing myself to achieve
Planning a better future
The programme can be adapted to fit different needs and run as different interventions such as understanding anger (sessions 7-10).
This pack contains a full overview of the programme and all of the PowerPoints and resources needed to run the programme. There are 32 documents in total.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory guided reading programme/literacy intervention.
Used as part of a KS3 SEND intervention programme. The intervention focuses mainly on literacy with maths and ICT links.
The programme ends with a speaking and listening task.
Understanding, managing and resolving anger.
Designed to help students identify when they are getting angry and what they can do to prevent lashing out, this resource is currently used as part of short-term behaviour intervention in our SEND department. It can be adapted and used for PSHE.
Suitable for KS2 but can be used for Year 7.
Anger warning signs worksheet
An editable .xls wellbeing questionnaire to support students during lockdown. Designed to identify how students are coping at home and what support you can offer them to promote their emotional wellbeing.
Designed for KS2/3. Can be completed over the telephone with students or emailed to parents for them to complete with their children.
Freaky Friday guided reading/literacy intervention.
Used as part of a KS3 SEND intervention programme focusing on literacy but including PSHE and maths links.
This is a unit of 15 lessons (including watching the film) of 14 PowerPoint presentations and supporting resources.
Editable worksheets for multiplying by 1-10. Each worksheet has a 100 square for students to highlight or colour in the multiples, a rule or visual aid to help knowledge retrieval and a table to complete. Currently used to support UKS2, lower ability KS3 SEND students and to support students with Dyscalculia.