Safeguarding - Types, Signs and Symptoms of abuse and neglect with extension activities.
Power-point presentation. Can be used as an activity - print off power-point and put up in sections around the classroom - learners can walk about to find the information they need.
Suitable for 14-16 and 16 + Health and Social Care, Health Studies.
This resource can be used as a stand alone independent research task, also overlaps with other learning outcomes in health and social care courses. It helps students to develop an awareness of skills and qualities needed by health and social care professionals.
A bundle of resources to use as interactive activities , includes stretch and challenge.
Types, signs/symptoms and long term effects of abuse and/or neglect
What to do if abuse or neglect is suspected.
Colourful worksheets to print off and use for group activity - groups of learners can research the factors to produce a poster, each group to present their factor file to the rest of the class. Peer Assess for spellings etc. Or use as a 'round robin' activity.
Vulnerable people - activity for group work . Suggestion, print off the presentation slides in colour to use for groupwork. Each group has to discuss factors which make the people in their picture more vulnerable and produce a spider-diagram or poster. The questions could be cut up and given out to the groups.This resource also include ideas for stretch and challenge.
Activity with stretch and challenge, peer participation, questions, essay planning.
Suggestion - Pin main picture/ activity to wall, split class into groups, give out poster paper, each group has to send their members in relay to gather information from the main picture, come back and reproduce on own poster.
Human Lifespan Development - Template
Looking at life events, both expected and unexpected and the impact it can have on human development through the life stages, physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially.
This gives the student some key points to consider. Discuss how each life event can have a postive or negative effect on development. E.g. a child starting school positive can help with PIES development - negative starting school can be a wrench for the child from his/her parents or siblings, can be bullied, may find settling in at school difficult.
Suitable for BTEC , CACHE, OCR courses.
Developing good relationships - paired words and extension activity. Worksheet that helps learners to build vocabulary and recognise qualities needed to build successful relationships with others. Extension activity to demonstrate how the qualities can be put into practice and why they are important.
Describe how to take into account the history, preference, wishes and needs of an individual when planning care and support - activity worksheet designed to promote communication with health and social care service users. Extension activity - to consider Physical, Intellectual, Emotional and Social needs.
This is a colourful set of questions to promote discussion in the classroom about how to build relationships with service users in health and social care settings.
Print off in colour - use whole sheet but divide class into groups and each group to work on the colour of questions they have been allocated.
Alternately, cut the questions up into single questions, let the students pick a question, then they can get into groups according to colour.
Can be used for Peer questions and answers.