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Wellbeing (PHSE)  - Inner Calm & Lockdown
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Wellbeing (PHSE) - Inner Calm & Lockdown

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Back to school, wellbeing and Recovery Curriculum focusing on PHSE. Aliens is the FIRST in a series of eight sessions. This whole package takes a sensitive approach to welcoming pupils at Key Stage 2 and 3 safely and securely back to school. The focus is on recovery from Covid 19, encouraging pupils to develop the confidence to reflect and describe their experiences. The series addresses pupil anxiety and fears, by drawing them into discussion through short games and fun activities that help to relax them and to create a sense of normality. The series aims to improve pupil well-being through sharing joy and laughter in the classroom and by providing coping strategies to support others as well as themselves, inducing a sense of hope in order to build resilience. The bundle is divided into 8 separate sessions, some of which can be continued for up to two lessons. It includes 8 powerpoints, original comic scripts and art work, independent challenges, along with a full set of notes for teacher guidance. In Aliens, the group will be able to share personal experiences of lockdown in the interests of well being and to consider new perspectives on this period through guided writing, drama, games and discussion. CONTENTS: 1 powerpoint Teacher Notes/Support Documents 1 Original Script OTHERS IN THE SERIES: The Complete Package: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wellbeing-phse-back-to-school-12377445 2. Birds Eye View: Games, visualisation, discussion, script reading, role play and writing with a focus on appreciating nature in lockdown, emphasising sharing and mutual support.** FREE** - 3. Gaming and 4. Little Nightingale: These items are linked. Script reading, discussion, games, class survey, role play and art work with a focus on how children used their time during lockdown. The children will consider over-reliance on gaming/mobile phones and the importance of sleep/rest through the eyes of two birds. 5. Key Worker: Games, card sorting, discussion, script reading, role play and script writing. A focus on essential and non-essential jobs and how lockdown may have challenged our pre-conceived ideas. Appreciation and gratitude. 6. Macbeth- COVID 1019: Script reading, games, role play, discussion, art activity. A focus on plans being changed by Covid, on bubble life, having a positive outlook/resilience and sharing thoughts about our situation. 7. Future Shocks: Reading, games, role play, discussion, script writing, internet clips and images. A further focus on resilience and outlook; a consideration of fake news, trust and distrust, and creating good news. 6. Unmasked: Script reading, games, listening activities, role play, learning basic sign language. A focus on the rules around masked wearing and personal reactions and reasons for wearing them. Looking closely at listening, ‘head chatter’ and at other ways of communicating.
Wellbeing (PHSE) - Sleep Hygiene & Mental Health 2
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Wellbeing (PHSE) - Sleep Hygiene & Mental Health 2

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Back to school, wellbeing and Recovery Curriculum focusing on PHSE. Little Nightingale is the FOURTH in a series of eight sessions. This whole package takes a sensitive approach to welcoming pupils at Key Stage 2 and 3 safely and securely back to school. The focus is on recovery from Covid 19, encouraging pupils to develop the confidence to reflect and describe their experiences. The series addresses pupil anxiety and fears, by drawing them into discussion through short games and fun activities that help to relax them and to create a sense of normality. The series aims to improve pupil well-being through sharing joy and laughter in the classroom and by providing coping strategies to support others as well as themselves, inducing a sense of hope in order to build resilience. The bundle is divided into 8 separate sessions, some of which can be continued for up to two lessons. It includes 8 powerpoints, original comic scripts and art work, independent challenges, along with a full set of notes for teacher guidance. In Little Nightingale, Script reading, discussion, games, class survey, role play and art work, focus on how children used their time during lockdown. The children will **consider over-reliance on gaming/mobile phones and the importance of sleep/rest through the eyes of two birds. * CONTENTS: 1 powerpoint Teacher Notes/Support Documents 1 Original Script OTHERS IN THE SERIES: The Complete Package: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wellbeing-phse-back-to-school-12377445 1. Aliens: Be able to share personal experiences of lockdown in the interests of well being and to consider new perspectives on this period through guided writing, drama, games and discussion. 2. Birds Eye View: Games, visualisation, discussion, script reading, role play and writing with a focus on appreciating nature in lockdown, emphasising sharing and mutual support.** FREE** - 3. Gaming: These items are linked. 5. Key Worker: Games, card sorting, discussion, script reading, role play and script writing. A focus on essential and non-essential jobs and how lockdown may have challenged our pre-conceived ideas. Appreciation and gratitude. 6. Macbeth- COVID 1019: Script reading, games, role play, discussion, art activity. A focus on plans being changed by Covid, on bubble life, having a positive outlook/resilience and sharing thoughts about our situation. 7. Future Shocks: Reading, games, role play, discussion, script writing, internet clips and images. A further focus on resilience and outlook; a consideration of fake news, trust and distrust, and creating good news. 8. Unmasked: Script reading, games, listening activities, role play, learning basic sign language. A focus on the rules around masked wearing and personal reactions and reasons for wearing them. Looking closely at listening, ‘head chatter’ and at other ways of communicating.
Wellbeing (PHSE) - Positivity & Resilience
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Wellbeing (PHSE) - Positivity & Resilience

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Back to school, wellbeing and Recovery Curriculum focusing on PHSE and drama. Macbeth: COVID 1019 is the SIXTH in a series of eight sessions. This whole package takes a sensitive approach to welcoming pupils at Key Stage 2 and 3 safely and securely back to school. The focus is on recovery from Covid 19, encouraging pupils to develop the confidence to reflect and describe their experiences. The series addresses pupil anxiety and fears, by drawing them into discussion through short games and fun activities that help to relax them and to create a sense of normality. The series aims to improve pupil well-being through sharing joy and laughter in the classroom and by providing coping strategies to support others as well as themselves, inducing a sense of hope in order to build resilience. The bundle is divided into 8 separate sessions, some of which can be continued for up to two lessons. It includes 8 powerpoints, original comic scripts and art work, independent challenges, along with a full set of notes for teacher guidance. In Macbeth: Covid 1019, Script reading, games, role play, discussion, art activity all focus on plans being changed by Covid, on bubble life, having a positive outlook/resilience and sharing thoughts about our situation. CONTENTS: 1 powerpoint Teacher Notes/Support Documents 1 Original Script OTHERS IN THE SERIES: The Complete Package: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wellbeing-phse-back-to-school-12377445 1. Aliens: Be able to share personal experiences of lockdown in the interests of well being and to consider new perspectives on this period through guided writing, drama, games and discussion. 2. Birds Eye View: Games, visualisation, discussion, script reading, role play and writing with a focus on appreciating nature in lockdown, emphasising sharing and mutual support.** FREE** - 3. Gaming and 4. Little Nightingale: These items are linked. Script reading, discussion, games, class survey, role play and art work with a focus on how children used their time during lockdown. The children will consider over-reliance on gaming/mobile phones and the importance of sleep/rest through the eyes of two birds. 5. Key Worker: Games, card sorting, discussion, script reading, role play and script writing. A focus on essential and non-essential jobs and how lockdown may have challenged our pre-conceived ideas. Appreciation and gratitude. 7. Future Shocks: Reading, games, role play, discussion, script writing, internet clips and images. A further focus on resilience and outlook; a consideration of fake news, trust and distrust, and creating good news. 8. Unmasked: Script reading, games, listening activities, role play, learning basic sign language. A focus on the rules around masked wearing and personal reactions and reasons for wearing them. Looking closely at listening, ‘head chatter’ and at other ways of communicating.
Wellbeing (PHSE) - Listening & Responsibilities
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Wellbeing (PHSE) - Listening & Responsibilities

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Back to school, wellbeing and Recovery Curriculum focusing on PHSE. Unmasked is the EIGHTH in a series of eight sessions. This whole package takes a sensitive approach to welcoming pupils at Key Stage 2 and 3 safely and securely back to school. The focus is on recovery from Covid 19, encouraging pupils to develop the confidence to reflect and describe their experiences. The series addresses pupil anxiety and fears, by drawing them into discussion through short games and fun activities that help to relax them and to create a sense of normality. The series aims to improve pupil well-being through sharing joy and laughter in the classroom and by providing coping strategies to support others as well as themselves, inducing a sense of hope in order to build resilience. The bundle is divided into 8 separate sessions, some of which can be continued for up to two lessons. It includes 8 powerpoints, original comic scripts and art work, independent challenges, along with a full set of notes for teacher guidance. In Unmasked: script reading, games, listening activities, role play, learning basic sign language. A focus on the rules around masked wearing and personal reactions and reasons for wearing them. Looking closely at listening, ‘head chatter’ and at other ways of communicating. CONTENTS: 1 powerpoint Teacher Notes/Support Documents 1 Original Script OTHERS IN THE SERIES: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wellbeing-phse-back-to-school-12377445 1Aliens: Be able to share personal experiences of lockdown in the interests of well being and to consider new perspectives on this period through guided writing, drama, games and discussion. 2. Birds Eye View: Games, visualisation, discussion, script reading, role play and writing with a focus on appreciating nature in lockdown, emphasising sharing and mutual support. FREE TASTER - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/well-being-phse-returning-to-school-free-12375016 3. Gaming and 4. Little Nightingale: These items are linked. Script reading, discussion, games, class survey, role play and art work with a focus on how children used their time during lockdown. The children will consider over-reliance on gaming/mobile phones and the importance of sleep/rest through the eyes of two birds. 5. Key Worker: Games, card sorting, discussion, script reading, role play and script writing. A focus on essential and non-essential jobs and how lockdown may have challenged our pre-conceived ideas. Appreciation and gratitude. 6. Macbeth- COVID 1019: Script reading, games, role play, discussion, art activity. A focus on plans being changed by Covid, on bubble life, having a positive outlook/resilience and sharing thoughts about our situation. 7. Future Shocks: Reading, games, role play, discussion, script writing, internet clips and images. A further focus on resilience and outlook; a consideration of fake news, trust and distrust, and creating good news.
Wellbeing (PHSE) - Hope, Fears & Fake News
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Wellbeing (PHSE) - Hope, Fears & Fake News

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Back to school, wellbeing and Recovery Curriculum focusing on PHSE. Future Shocks is the SEVENTH in a series of eight sessions. This whole package takes a sensitive approach to welcoming pupils at Key Stage 2 and 3 safely and securely back to school. The focus is on recovery from Covid 19, encouraging pupils to develop the confidence to reflect and describe their experiences. The series addresses pupil anxiety and fears, by drawing them into discussion through short games and fun activities that help to relax them and to create a sense of normality. The series aims to improve pupil well-being through sharing joy and laughter in the classroom and by providing coping strategies to support others as well as themselves, inducing a sense of hope in order to build resilience. The bundle is divided into 8 separate sessions, some of which can be continued for up to two lessons. It includes 8 powerpoints, original comic scripts and art work, independent challenges, along with a full set of notes for teacher guidance. In Future Shocks, reading, games, role play, discussion, script writing, internet clips and images, further focus on resilience and outlook; a consideration of fake news, trust and distrust, and creating good news. CONTENTS: 1 powerpoint Teacher Notes/Support Documents 1 Original Script OTHERS IN THE SERIES: The Complete Package: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wellbeing-phse-back-to-school-12377445 1. Aliens: Be able to share personal experiences of lockdown in the interests of well being and to consider new perspectives on this period through guided writing, drama, games and discussion. 2. Birds Eye View: Games, visualisation, discussion, script reading, role play and writing with a focus on appreciating nature in lockdown, emphasising sharing and mutual support.** FREE** - 3. Gaming and 4. Little Nightingale: These items are linked. Script reading, discussion, games, class survey, role play and art work with a focus on how children used their time during lockdown. The children will consider over-reliance on gaming/mobile phones and the importance of sleep/rest through the eyes of two birds. 5. Key Worker: Games, card sorting, discussion, script reading, role play and script writing. A focus on essential and non-essential jobs and how lockdown may have challenged our pre-conceived ideas. Appreciation and gratitude. 6. Macbeth- COVID 1019: Script reading, games, role play, discussion, art activity. A focus on plans being changed by Covid, on bubble life, having a positive outlook/resilience and sharing thoughts about our situation. 8. Unmasked: Script reading, games, listening activities, role play, learning basic sign language. A focus on the rules around masked wearing and personal reactions and reasons for wearing them. Looking closely at listening, ‘head chatter’ and at other ways of communicating.
Wellbeing (PHSE) - Mutual Support & Sharing FREE
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Wellbeing (PHSE) - Mutual Support & Sharing FREE

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Back to school, wellbeing and Recovery Curriculum focusing on PHSE. Bird’s Eye View is the SECOND in a series of eight sessions. This whole package takes a sensitive approach to welcoming pupils at Key Stage 2 and 3 safely and securely back to school. The focus is on recovery from Covid 19, encouraging pupils to develop the confidence to reflect and describe their experiences. The series addresses pupil anxiety and fears, by drawing them into discussion through short games and fun activities that help to relax them and to create a sense of normality. The series aims to improve pupil well-being through sharing joy and laughter in the classroom and by providing coping strategies to support others as well as themselves, inducing a sense of hope in order to build resilience. The bundle is divided into 8 separate sessions, some of which can be continued for up to two lessons. It includes 8 powerpoints, original comic scripts and art work, independent challenges, along with a full set of notes for teacher guidance. In Bird’s Eye View, games, visualisation, discussion, script reading, role play and writing are used to help focus on appreciating nature in lockdown, emphasising sharing and mutual support. CONTENTS: 1 powerpoint Teacher Notes/Support Documents 1 Original Script OTHERS IN THE SERIES: The Complete Package: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wellbeing-phse-back-to-school-12377445 1. Aliens: Be able to share personal experiences of lockdown in the interests of well being and to consider new perspectives on this period through guided writing, drama, games and discussion. 3. Gaming and 4. Little Nightingale: These items are linked. Script reading, discussion, games, class survey, role play and art work with a focus on how children used their time during lockdown. The children will consider over-reliance on gaming/mobile phones and the importance of sleep/rest through the eyes of two birds. 5. Key Worker: Games, card sorting, discussion, script reading, role play and script writing. A focus on essential and non-essential jobs and how lockdown may have challenged our pre-conceived ideas. Appreciation and gratitude. 6. Macbeth- COVID 1019: Script reading, games, role play, discussion, art activity. A focus on plans being changed by Covid, on bubble life, having a positive outlook/resilience and sharing thoughts about our situation. 7. Future Shocks Reading, games, role play, discussion, script writing, internet clips and images. A further focus on resilience and outlook; a consideration of fake news, trust and distrust, and creating good news. 8. Unmasked Script reading, games, listening activities, role play, learning basic sign language, focus on the rules around mask wearing and personal reactions, and reasons for wearing them. Looking closely at listening, ‘head chatter’ and at other ways of communicating.
Wellbeing (PHSE) - Keyworkers & Gratitude
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Wellbeing (PHSE) - Keyworkers & Gratitude

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Back to school, wellbeing and Recovery Curriculum focusing on PHSE. Keyworker is the FIFTH in a series of eight sessions. This whole package takes a sensitive approach to welcoming pupils at Key Stage 2 and 3 safely and securely back to school. The focus is on recovery from Covid 19, encouraging pupils to develop the confidence to reflect and describe their experiences. The series addresses pupil anxiety and fears, by drawing them into discussion through short games and fun activities that help to relax them and to create a sense of normality. The series aims to improve pupil well-being through sharing joy and laughter in the classroom and by providing coping strategies to support others as well as themselves, inducing a sense of hope in order to build resilience. The bundle is divided into 8 separate sessions, some of which can be continued for up to two lessons. It includes 8 powerpoints, original comic scripts and art work, independent challenges, along with a full set of notes for teacher guidance. In Keyworker, games, card sorting, discussion, script reading, role play and script writing focus on essential and non-essential jobs and how lockdown may have challenged our pre-conceived ideas. Appreciation and gratitude. CONTENTS: 1 powerpoint Teacher Notes/Support Documents 1 Original Script OTHERS IN THE SERIES: The Complete Package: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wellbeing-phse-back-to-school-12377445 1. Aliens: Be able to share personal experiences of lockdown in the interests of well being and to consider new perspectives on this period through guided writing, drama, games and discussion. 2. Birds Eye View: Games, visualisation, discussion, script reading, role play and writing with a focus on appreciating nature in lockdown, emphasising sharing and mutual support.** FREE** - 3. Gaming and 4. Little Nightingale: These items are linked. Script reading, discussion, games, class survey, role play and art work with a focus on how children used their time during lockdown. The children will consider over-reliance on gaming/mobile phones and the importance of sleep/rest through the eyes of two birds. 6. Macbeth- COVID 1019: Script reading, games, role play, discussion, art activity. A focus on plans being changed by Covid, on bubble life, having a positive outlook/resilience and sharing thoughts about our situation. 7. Future Shocks: Reading, games, role play, discussion, script writing, internet clips and images. A further focus on resilience and outlook; a consideration of fake news, trust and distrust, and creating good news. 8. Unmasked: Script reading, games, listening activities, role play, learning basic sign language. A focus on the rules around masked wearing and personal reactions and reasons for wearing them. Looking closely at listening, ‘head chatter’ and at other ways of communicating.
Wellbeing (PHSE) - Back to School
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Wellbeing (PHSE) - Back to School

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Back to school, wellbeing and Recovery Curriculum focusing on PHSE. This whole package takes a sensitive approach to welcoming pupils at Key Stage 2 and 3 safely and securely back to school. The focus is on recovery from Covid 19, encouraging pupils to develop the confidence to reflect and describe their experiences. The series addresses pupil anxiety and fears, by drawing them into discussion through short games and fun activities that help to relax them and to create a sense of normality. The series aims to improve pupil well-being through sharing joy and laughter in the classroom and by providing coping strategies to support others as well as themselves, inducing a sense of hope in order to build resilience. The bundle is divided into 8 separate sessions, some of which can be continued for up to two lessons. It includes 8 powerpoints, original comic scripts and art work, independent challenges, along with a full set of notes for teacher guidance. The Complete Package: 1. Aliens: *OBJECTIVE: Being able to share personal experiences of lockdown in the interests of well being and consider new perspectives on this experience through guided writing, drama, games and discussion. 2. Birds Eye View: *OBJECTIVE: Sharing thoughts and ideas from the perspective of improvement in the environment during lockdown; comparing experiences with increasing confidence through the development of communication skills. Games, visualisation, discussion, script reading, role play and writing with a focus on appreciating nature in lockdown, emphasising sharing and mutual support.** FREE** 3. Gaming and 4. Little Nightingale: These items are linked. *OBJECTIVES: To be able to consider the dangers of overuse when it comes to gaming and mobile phone use and create a set of safety guidelines in the interest of personal wellbeing. Examine own sleeping patterns and be aware of the importance of quality sleep. To begin to examine and try out positivity and well being. Script reading, discussion, games, class survey, role play and art work with a focus on how children used their time during lockdown. The children will consider over-reliance on gaming/mobile phones and the importance of sleep/rest through the eyes of two birds. 5. Key Worker: *OBJECTIVE: Be able to say which jobs are ‘essential’ and understand some of the reasons for this; understand importance of giving and receiving appreciation for well being. Games, card sorting, discussion, script reading, role play and script writing. A focus on essential and non-essential jobs and how lockdown may have challenged our pre-conceived ideas. Appreciation and gratitude. 6. Macbeth- COVID 1019: *OBJECTIVE: To learn a method that will help to identify positives in a seemingly negative situation, bringing a feeling of hopefulness, leading to greater personal resilience. Script reading, games, role play, discussion, art activity. A focus on plans being changed by Covid, on bubble life, having a positive outlook/resilience and sharing thoughts about our situation. 7. Future Shocks: *OBJECTIVE: To be able to recognise and check fake news; to understand that negative thoughts can effect out outlook and personal happiness and to be able to self regulate. Reading, games, role play, discussion, script writing, internet clips and images. A further focus on resilience and outlook; a consideration of fake news, trust and distrust, and creating good news. 8. Unmasked: *OBJECTIVE: To become a better listener. To consider arguments for and against wearing a mask and to understand our personal responsibilities. Script reading, games, listening activities, role play, learning basic sign language. A focus on the rules around masked wearing and personal reactions and reasons for wearing them. Looking closely at listening, ‘head chatter’ and at other ways of communicating. Contents: 8 powerpoints spanning 8 - 12 lessons Teacher Notes/Support Documents 8 Original Scripts 3 Mini Extension Original Scripts
Wellbeing (PHSE) - Sleep Hygiene & Mental Health 1
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Wellbeing (PHSE) - Sleep Hygiene & Mental Health 1

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Back to school, wellbeing and Recovery Curriculum focusing on PHSE. Easy Game is the THIRD in a series of eight sessions. This whole package takes a sensitive approach to welcoming pupils at Key Stage 2 and 3 safely and securely back to school. The focus is on recovery from Covid 19, encouraging pupils to develop the confidence to reflect and describe their experiences. The series addresses pupil anxiety and fears, by drawing them into discussion through short games and fun activities that help to relax them and to create a sense of normality. The series aims to improve pupil well-being through sharing joy and laughter in the classroom and by providing coping strategies to support others as well as themselves, inducing a sense of hope in order to build resilience. The bundle is divided into 8 separate sessions, some of which can be continued for up to two lessons. It includes 8 powerpoints, original comic scripts and art work, independent challenges, along with a full set of notes for teacher guidance. In Easy Game Script reading, discussion, games, class survey, role play and art work focuses on how children used their time during lockdown. The children will consider over-reliance on gaming/mobile phones and the importance of sleep/rest through the eyes of two birds. CONTENTS: 1 powerpoint Teacher Notes/Support Documents 1 Original Script OTHERS IN THE SERIES: The Complete Package: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wellbeing-phse-back-to-school-12377445 1. Aliens: Be able to share personal experiences of lockdown in the interests of well being and to consider new perspectives on this period through guided writing, drama, games and discussion. 2. Birds Eye View: Games, visualisation, discussion, script reading, role play and writing with a focus on appreciating nature in lockdown, emphasising sharing and mutual support.** FREE** - 3. Easy Game & 4. Little Nightingale: These items are linked. 5. Key Worker: Games, card sorting, discussion, script reading, role play and script writing. A focus on essential and non-essential jobs and how lockdown may have challenged our pre-conceived ideas. Appreciation and gratitude. 6. Macbeth- COVID 1019: Script reading, games, role play, discussion, art activity. A focus on plans being changed by Covid, on bubble life, having a positive outlook/resilience and sharing thoughts about our situation. 7. Future Shocks: Reading, games, role play, discussion, script writing, internet clips and images. A further focus on resilience and outlook; a consideration of fake news, trust and distrust, and creating good news. 8. Unmasked: Script reading, games, listening activities, role play, learning basic sign language. A focus on the rules around masked wearing and personal reactions and reasons for wearing them. Looking closely at listening, ‘head chatter’ and at other ways of communicating.