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"Vocational Educational Programmes make a real difference in the lives of countless young people nationwide: building self- confidence and leadership skills by allowing students to utilise their unique gifts and talents." A literacy specialist, with over 10 years' experience teaching literacy and numeracy in the further education & skills sector. A developer of creative, interactive & relevant learning resources to help you to develop the skills of those you teach.

"Vocational Educational Programmes make a real difference in the lives of countless young people nationwide: building self- confidence and leadership skills by allowing students to utilise their unique gifts and talents." A literacy specialist, with over 10 years' experience teaching literacy and numeracy in the further education & skills sector. A developer of creative, interactive & relevant learning resources to help you to develop the skills of those you teach.
CM1 - Equality & Diversity - Working in an Inclusive Way
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CM1 - Equality & Diversity - Working in an Inclusive Way

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The resources have been developed to meet the CACHE Technical Certificate in Health and Social Care, however they are very relevant to other awarding bodies. The resources you are viewing include the following: Understand equality, diversity and rights in health and social care Understand how to work in an inclusive way Explain how to promote equality and support diversity Describe how to challenge those not working inclusively in a way that promotes change Explain how to support others in promoting equality and rights Understand legislation and codes of practice in relation to inclusive practice in health and social care Summarise legislation and codes of practice relating to equality, diversity, inclusion and discrimination You will also have access to the online version of the e-magazine.
CM1 - Equality & Diversity (B1 1.3) Ethical Dilemmas
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CM1 - Equality & Diversity (B1 1.3) Ethical Dilemmas

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A discussion of ethical dilemmas that might arise when balancing individual rights and duty of care; required content in order to prepare for attached assignment brief. E-resource and pdf format included; prepared with Cache Technical Certificate in Health and Social Care specifications in mind, although easily transferable to other awarding bodies. The resource includes the following: An introduction to the concept of ethical dilemmas in medical practice (A link to access online version available here). Ethical Principles The causes of ethical dilemmas Case studies including the recent cases of Charlie Gard and Aysha King (warning: can be quite emotive)
Health and Fire Safety in the Workplace
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Health and Fire Safety in the Workplace

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A full training session on the subject of health and fire safety in the workplace. Initially designed for students studying childcare, all elements are relevant to many other workplace areas. The resource includes: *Identify and explain the different types of safety signs in the workplace. *Identify the reasons for and the implications of accidents in the workplace. *Describe the most common types of fire extinguisher. *Identify hazards associated with slips, trips and falls. *List the danger of electricity and describe safe working practices when using electrical appliances. *Explain the importance of safe toys. *Describe common words and their meanings. *Explain how to stay safe at work. There is also a link to a YouTube video with a cartoon that uses humour to express the importance of following health and safety in the workplace.
Employability - A comprehensive guide to preparing for work
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Employability - A comprehensive guide to preparing for work

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A comprehensive guide that provides lots of examples and tips for preparing for employment - including CVs, letters, application forms and preparing for that interview. A useful and insightful tool that is also excellent value for money for young people and adults who are preparing to make that step into employment. Including: How to complete an application form. A wide range of CV templates. Important and relevant IT skills needed for employability. Example interview questions, How to prepare for an interview. A variety of letters of application to use for different purposes. Job searching tips. Example personal profiles. Personal skills and qualities. A great resource to use for career’s advice and guidance or for employability workshops. Check out my other resources!
Distance Travelled - Maths and English Self-Assessment
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Distance Travelled - Maths and English Self-Assessment

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A resource to help you monitor distance travelled with regards to confidence development. Your learners complete the self-assessment and by using a Likert Scale, score their confidence for the curriculum areas of maths and English Functional Skills. Designed to be use at the start, middle and end of their programme of learning. Useful for students to use as a visual indicator to show their own growth and development. Mapped to cover learning objectives up to level 2.
Functional Skills English - Full Level 1 Study Guide
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Functional Skills English - Full Level 1 Study Guide

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The aim of this in-depth booklet is to help prepare learners for their Functional Skills English qualification at level 1. It provides an explanation of the curriculum topics covered and of the examination style. There are questions throughout so learners can test their current level of ability and provide them with an opportunity to practice typical questions that they may face in their exam. Contents include: Speaking, listening and communication Reading strategies Identifying the purpose of text Identifying the main point of a text Presentation devices used in different texts Persuasive devices Spelling strategies Using punctuation Genre, audience and purpose of text Planning and producing a piece of text Proofreading a piece of text 100 commonly misspelled words
Using Commas - 5 Golden Rules
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Using Commas - 5 Golden Rules

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A workbook that introduces and explains the use of the comma using SCALE. Helps to improve your learners’ writing skills and to build independence. There are lots of opportunities for learners to practice their skills. I developed this resources for use with Functional Skills English, but it also suitable for those studying other English Language qualifications.
Mean, Median, Mode and Range
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Mean, Median, Mode and Range

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Introductory activity to the use of averages and range for Functional Skills or GCSE Maths students. Certainly helps the methods and the maths to stick. M&M activity provides practice finding measures of mean, median, mode and Range, with the opportunity to develop skills when developing a chart to display data. Easily adaptable to suit your differentiation needs. Learners initially work in pairs, but the activity eventually involves working together as a whole group to compare the different amounts. It also has a review of converting fractions, decimals, and percents. M&M’s will need to be purchased to complete this activity.
Fashion Magazine - Equality and Diversity
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Fashion Magazine - Equality and Diversity

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A fully interactive e-magazine designed using online software Joomag. Throughout the publication, I have incorporated issues pertaining to Equality and Diversity in the fashion industry, which can serve as an interesting point for discussion. I have attached a copy of the PDF version which has QR codes embedded so that you can access the attached videos relating to the section you are viewing. You can print copies of this files. The front cover has a QR code which takes you to the online version of the magazine. The attached video introduces you to some of the interactive features throughout the magazine. I hope you find the resource very useful; please leave feedback as I value your opinions.
My News of the Week
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My News of the Week

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A weekly e-newspaper publication detailing news and current affairs in the UK. Useful for embedding English in your classroom and a great way to develop and initiate discussion based on the world around them, which links well to the embedding of British Values also. They can also be used for learners who are studying English - Persuasive techniques, language devices, text features, organisational structures, fact, opinion and bias, speaking and listening etc. The resources are fully interactive and provide links for further information on the subject for extended reading. This weeks news includes: *Scandal of the UK child drug dealer 4.5 million children in the uk living in poverty The misery of Instagram The 70th Emmy Awards I have included a PDF version of the publication as well as the link to access the online version. The downloaded PDF files incorporate the use of QR codes in order to access other materials.
Dyslexia Awareness and Methods for Support
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Dyslexia Awareness and Methods for Support

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You are purchasing the presentation and marking guide only from this resource. The videos have been downloaded from YouTube for further development and understanding of the concepts of Dyslexia support.  The resources were devised to be used in a teacher training session to raise awareness. By the end of this session you will: *be aware of the ways in which dyslexia can have an impact on learning, *be familiar with a range of practical strategies and approaches to support learners with dyslexia, *have considered some of the issues that have an impact on the support for learners with dyslexia such as dyslexia assessment, funding, and confidentiality, *be aware of the resources available for learners. *have an opportunity to reflect on your own knowledge and practice.
Mixed Number question cards - add, subtract, multiply and divide
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Mixed Number question cards - add, subtract, multiply and divide

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A set of quiz cards to test the use of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with a problem solving approach. They have been designed for use in Functional Skills from entry level to level 2 and include some problem based questions too. Useful with my Whole Number presentation resource as an activity.
Number - The Four Operations (add, divide, subtract & Multiply) Functional Skills Dice Game
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Number - The Four Operations (add, divide, subtract & Multiply) Functional Skills Dice Game

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A great activity for practicing the use of number and of the four operations. Used with Functional Skills at a variety of levels - including QR codes for embedding the use of ICT skills. Working in pairs and using two dice, learners roll to get coordinates in order to pick a question. If they get the answer correct, they initial the square. The learner with the most squares with their name on, wins the game. I have also had the game made larger to use with a whole group of learners with a lower level of ability.
Functional Skills Maths - Whole Number and Mathematical Operations
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Functional Skills Maths - Whole Number and Mathematical Operations

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A presentation on the subject of working with whole numbers using the 4 mathematical operations for Functional Skills Maths. Suitable from entry level to level 2; supplements my other resources for sale on the subject of whole number. Included is a maths vocabulary guide to help embed literacy in your maths lessons.
A how to guide to writing a critical review
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A how to guide to writing a critical review

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A how to study guide for writing a critical review of a journal article. This skill is particularly important for level 3 students who need to extend their reading. The resource covers the following: Understanding article summaries common problems in article summaries. What is a critical review? Process of writing a critical review structure of a critical review Please check out my other resources.
Growth Mindset
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Growth Mindset

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Between two students, one with the motivation to persevere after a mistake and one who refuses to try when an assignment “looks hard,” which do you think is more likely to achieve academically? Even without any other information, it is clear that the first student - the one with a growth mindset - is better equipped to keep striving for success. Students with a growth mindset believe that they can learn to complete tasks, solve complex problems, or grow their intelligence, rather than assuming they “can” or “cannot” do something based on their current abilities. In contrast,fixed mindset is the belief that intelligence and talents are static, leading students to believe that their potential for success is based on whether they currently possess the required abilities. These students are often tempted to give up when things get hard - they may run from challenges, see mistakes as failures, or approach success differently to their classmates with a growth mindset. By implementing simple activities and providing opportunities for students to develop the skills necessary to meet challenges head-on, we can help students find confidence in their academic journey and create an environment that promotes growth mindset. I have developed this lesson to use with both tutors and students; young people and adults. I have found the issues raised and shared with each other are quite thought provoking and provide a good insight for the tutor about their learners; how students perceive threats and challenges and how to work with those identified challenges.
Positive Behaviour Management in the Classroom
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Positive Behaviour Management in the Classroom

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A useful resource offering teachers new and experienced tips and tricks to managing the more common classroom disruptions. Linking theory to practice throughout, the book provides a wealth of ideas and strategies to try - remember that what works for one might not work for another student. You will have access to both the pdf version, which is printable, and also the online version. The pdf version incorporates qr codes where you need to access interactive parts of the resource. You will have access to any further developments of the resource too. The book is split into 3 sections: Behaviour - Examples of disruptive behaviour and why students misbehave. In practice - Creating a positive learning environment and proactive responses for common classroom problems. Here you will find advice for managing the following behaviours: *Defiance *Background chatter *Abusive Language *Refusal to work *Disrespect *The class clown *Interrupting *The use of mobile phones *Arriving late to class *Attention seeking noises Further information and support - direct links for further reading on the subject of behaviour management. I hope you enjoy the resource. Please leave feedback on purchasing the resource.
My News of the Week
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My News of the Week

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A weekly e-newspaper publication detailing news and current affairs in the UK. Useful for embedding English in your classroom and a great way to develop and initiate discussion based on the world around them. They can also be used for learners who are studying English - Persuasive techniques, language devices, text features, organisational structures, fact, opinion and bias, speaking and listening etc. The resources are fully interactive and provide links for further information on the subject for extended reading. This weeks news includes: *Scientific breakthrough - Dementia including personal accounts of living with the illness. Vanity Fair - An overview of the TV programme currently screening on ITV. Serena Williams - Sexism in sport debate School exclusions - the rising trend of exclusions in academies. Sexism in the workplace Storm Florence and its predicted impact. British women living less than those in Europe. Automotive reviews. I have included a PDF version of the publication as well as the link to access the online version.The downloaded PDF files incorporate the use of QR codes in order to access other materials.