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Hi! I'm the Deputy Head at a SEN school in Central London. I teach English and PSHE as well as leading on cyber safety as a CEOP ambassador. A number of these resources may seem a little off the wall but I try to make resources as unique and entertaining as possible. Enjoy (in moderation)

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Hi! I'm the Deputy Head at a SEN school in Central London. I teach English and PSHE as well as leading on cyber safety as a CEOP ambassador. A number of these resources may seem a little off the wall but I try to make resources as unique and entertaining as possible. Enjoy (in moderation)
Cyber Safety - Online Grooming and how to prevent it
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Cyber Safety - Online Grooming and how to prevent it

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This is a presentation I deliver as a trained CEOP/Thinkuknow ambassador. This presentation is aimed at training staff but can easily be adapted to be delivered to students and/or parents. The presentation is broken in to 5 sections: Section 1: Introduction to online grooming. There is a pre-session knowledge test of key vocabulary which can be added to during the session, or alternatively turned into flash cards. Section 2: The first of 3 True or False questions. The first section focuses on how avatars and online role player games can be abused by online groomers. There are examples of concerning sites and information on the Proteus Effect. Section 3: This focuses on the acronyms and emojis that young people use to communicate about sexual behaviour. There is a easy to follow explanation of how groomers operate. Then, there is a grid with the acronyms allowing the participants to guess before giving the answers. Section 4: This focuses on bringing the learning together and looking at transcripts of chats to analyse the warning signs. There are 3 different chats, 2 with translation in cases of difficulty understanding, all of which model how online grooming can take place. Section 5: Summarises the issues and offers advice for professionals and parents on how to educate young people on the dangers online.
An Inspector Calls - Dyslexia friendly modified text
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An Inspector Calls - Dyslexia friendly modified text

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This version of the play is perfect for dyslexic students! No more difficulty reading, retrieving key quotes or struggling to link the words of the play to visual cues. I have created this for my dyslexic students but any students with processing difficulties or ADD would also find this layout useful. The entire text is doubled spaced and laid out in a dyslexia friendly structure. All character names are in bold making it easy to identify a change in speaker. There are visual cues throughout the text to help students make links between the words on the page and what is happening in the play. I have also highlighted key quotes and moments throughout the play which are linked to the separate question booklet that comes with the download. All quotes are highlighted in red with page number prompts. I have already used this with my students and it has increased their confidence in reading aloud and engaging with the complexities of the play. Anyone with access to IPads can open this on the devices to save printing costs!
She Walks in Beauty - Relationships Poetry (SEN friendly)
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She Walks in Beauty - Relationships Poetry (SEN friendly)

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This pack features a comprehensive breakdown of the poem 'She Walks in Beauty'. The poem is broken down, line by line, stanza by stanza into manageable chunks for the students. The completed work packs, once completed, function as excellent revision guides for the students. There are two separate work packs - A is more challenging than B in order to stretch certain learners. I have used these in my SEN school and students who previously struggled with poetry concepts flew through the lessons.
Dystopian Fiction Resources - SEN friendly
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Dystopian Fiction Resources - SEN friendly

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These SEN friendly resources have been developed to introduce Dystopian fiction to students. Focusing on storytelling followed by recall and working memory tasks, these activities are interactive and can be printed out into kinaesthetic tasks or completed using a laptop or tablet. The pack includes: An images sheet where students infer why the images may be from a dystopian world; A powerpoint with embedded film trailers for Dystopian movies with an included notes sheet; An original piece of writing in an interview form to introduce to students what life may be like in a dystopian society. A writing frame for students to create their own is also included; A sequencing picture and text task for the Greek myth of 'Theseus and the Minotaur; A sequencing picture and text task for the story of 'The Lottery' + close exercise task; An abridged version of 'The Lottery' made more manageable for SEN students.
Social skills & Behavioural Awareness Lessons
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Social skills & Behavioural Awareness Lessons

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This bundle contains 9 powerpoints and a roleplay document which could be used for whole class PSHE lessons, small group social skills, mentoring sessions or even assemblies. They have been successfully used in working with pupils at risk of exclusion, pupils with social and communication difficulties and pupils with special educational needs. The powerpoints feature structured activities, discussion questions, roleplays and quizzes. All can be easily adapted to suit the needs of your children. The full list of lessons are: The Assault Cycle, Developing Empathy (x2), Drug Misconceptions, Gun and Knife Crime, Using Language, Creating Boundaries, Learning to be respectful and An introduction to hip hop.
Writing a C.V
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Writing a C.V

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This is an introduction to C.V writing, specifically designed for SEN students. The powerpoint guides them through the purpose of a C.V, what they should include/avoid and provide straightforward tips for creating their own. The resource also includes a editable template for a C.V which the students can use and adapt.
Cyber Safety - Potential dangers of applications
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Cyber Safety - Potential dangers of applications

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This is an interactive presentation which can be differentiated for staff and students. As a stand alone staff training session or a PSHE lesson, the presentation focuses on the most popular applications available for young people and the potential risks that they face. The presentation provides information on 31 applications and how to safely use them. It has also gives details on how to speak to young people about app safety, cut out cards on key vocabulary, web links to useful sites and is all supported with visual cues. I am a trained CEOP ambassador and have delivered this for staff, parents and students. If you would like to verify my understanding on the topic, please read my cyber safety and PSHE related blogs at this link: http://www.tis-london.org/blog/
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - SEN friendly version
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - SEN friendly version

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This is an SEN friendly version of the 'Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' text. I have begun using this with my students and it is proving hugely successful. Throughout, there are images to help students visualise what is happening in the story. I have also edited the story to keep the key events in the text yet making it a little more condensed for those who find reading the oft difficult language more challenging. The text has also been double spaced to help dyslexic students.
Peer Mentoring Bundle
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Peer Mentoring Bundle

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This resource will save anyone looking to set up peer mentoring an awful lot of time! This bundle contains: A blurb about peer mentoring to entice potential students; A letter to parents informing them of the programme; A presentation to help train the student mentors; A FAQ sheet for potential mentors; Corridor passes for mentors/mentees; A contract for mentors to sign; An introductory 'get to know you' sheet for mentees; A log sheet for each mentoring session. All resources are easily editable!
Bullying - 3 lesson pack + Role plays
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Bullying - 3 lesson pack + Role plays

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Here are three tried and trusted lessons to help challenge bullying behaviour. These lessons have been used with small groups and whole classes, both in a mainstream and specialist setting. Lesson 1: What is Bullying? The lesson focuses on defining bullying and recognising how the behaviour becomes cyclical rather than linear. There is a comic strip and video links to help bring it to life for the students. There are some role plays attached too, to help model potential bullying scenarios. Lesson 2: Instigator or innovator? The lesson focuses on teaching students how they can diffuse bullying situations rather than inflame them. There are plenty of realistic scenarios to role play out and practical advice for the students on how to deal with them if they arise. Lesson 3: Respect. The lesson focuses on how to treat others with respect. It encourages the students to share their own experiences of being disrespected before looking at the heartbreaking real life example of Felix Alexander. All lessons are easy to customise and differentiate.
Love's Dog - Relationships poetry (SEN friendly)
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Love's Dog - Relationships poetry (SEN friendly)

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This pack features a comprehensive breakdown of the poem 'Love's Dog'. The poem is broken down, line by line, stanza by stanza into manageable chunks for the students. The completed work packs, once completed, function as excellent revision guides for the students. There are two separate work packs - A is more challenging than B in order to stretch certain learners. I have used these in my SEN school and students who previously struggled with poetry concepts flew through the lessons.
Cyber Safety - 5 Lesson Bundle + All resources
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Cyber Safety - 5 Lesson Bundle + All resources

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This bundle contains 5 lessons which could easily run into further lessons due to the amount of content. These lessons have been planned by me, a trained CEOP ambassador, and the bundle includes the following lessons: 1. What is cyberbullying? This lesson features clear definitions, CEOP approved video links and role play scenarios. 2. How to report inappropriate behaviour. Clear guidelines for students with further scenario based activities. 3. The internet and the law. Lesson focuses on the legal aspects of cyber safety, giving real life examples, statistics and quizzes. Three sourced articles are included in the bundle. There is also a transcript which shows key warning signs of grooming behaviour. 4. Stranger Danger-A lesson with a focus on how to spot potential grooming behaviour and how situations can escalate if not reported to an adult. 5. The Big Fat Internet Safety Quiz - An end of topic quiz which tests students on all the knowledge acquired in the topic. All resources needed are included in the bundle. These lessons have been planned for whole school provision and are easily adaptable and SEN friendly with lots of images and links to videos(all videos can be found at CEOP's YouTube page which I recommend anyone checks out). If you find this set useful, you may like to also check out the 'Applications powerpoint' available in my shop
I Wanna Be Yours - Relationships Poetry (SEN friendly)
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I Wanna Be Yours - Relationships Poetry (SEN friendly)

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This pack features a comprehensive breakdown of the poem 'I wanna be yours'. The poem is broken down, line by line, stanza by stanza into manageable chunks for the students. The completed work packs, once completed, function as excellent revision guides for the students. There are two separate work packs - A is more challenging than B in order to stretch certain learners. I have used these in my SEN school and students who previously struggled with poetry concepts flew through the lessons.
Of Mice and Men-2 fun games to engage ANY student!
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Of Mice and Men-2 fun games to engage ANY student!

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If Michael Gove frowned upon reading 'Of Mice and Men', he would definitely frown upon these two games! Keep Steinbeck's text alive with these two easy to modify games. The first game is snappily titled 'The Mice is Right' and is a multiple choice game where students have to guess the correct answers in relation to contextual issues around the book. The second game if 'Mice and Men dating'. The matchmaker game acts as facade for students' testing their ability to remember the characters by their traits and appearance. Unfortunately I can't add it here, but playing the game with 'California Love' adds a whole new element to playing along.
Healthy Eating - PSHE
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Healthy Eating - PSHE

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This pack features a series of SEN friendly lessons on healthy eating. The pack focuses on: Eating a balanced diet; What calories are; How many calories young people need; How to eat a balanced diet and how exercise can help; How much sugar there is in popular drinks; Health myths busted. The lessons are interactive with plenty of visual aids.
Supporting students' mental health online
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Supporting students' mental health online

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This presentation features a range of activities designed to support students avoiding FOMO and other stress related conditions linked to their online habits. The activities cover: What is FOMO? What is YOLO? What is Phubbing? Self evaluation on managing stress linked to online behaviour Good and bad advice quiz Carousel discussion sheets The difference between online and real life friends Scenarios to analyse and discuss Video links Differentiated comprehension questions The activities are already (or easily differentiated) and SEN friendly.
Grand Theft Pokemon
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Grand Theft Pokemon

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This is a game designed to help students learn language devices in a fun and exciting way. This game is tried and trusted to engage students of all abilities, from high achievers to dyslexic children to individuals who are severely disengaged with learning. The game requires the students to match the 'Pokemon' to their 'abilities' or matching the language devices to their function. At each stage of the mission, the students are required to use a different Pokemon help building their familiarity with the language devices. The learning is consolidated at the end with a bonus challenge. The game can be easily edited and adapted to suit the needs of the students. The cards are best printed out and laminated before using post-its to write the powers on for the matching process!
Angry Words! A brand new interactive game that teaches students about word classes.
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Angry Words! A brand new interactive game that teaches students about word classes.

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This exciting game is a whodunnit utilising the popular characters from the Angry Birds games. The 'Angry Words!' are all different word classes. Each of the 8 puzzles will help students to learn how to spot and differentiate between the different word classes. Students begin by matching the Angry Words character to their 'character description' which is really a definition for their word class. For example, Colonel Ective is 'Connective'. The 8 puzzles must be solved to crack the case of the missing egg and will test pupils' ability to recognise 8 different word classes. By completing the puzzles, students will be able to whittle down the potential criminals using the suspect grid. The powerpoint can be differentiated up or down and features the answers. Depending on your students abilities, the game could last one to three lessons. It could also be repeated over time to consolidate learning!
An Inspector Calls - The Birlings on trial (SEN friendly resources)
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An Inspector Calls - The Birlings on trial (SEN friendly resources)

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These resources are a perfect way to help students, particularly those with SEN needs or low literacy levels, build their understanding of the characters and events of 'An Inspector Calls' Here are 5 mini work packs to help students decide if the Birlings (and Gerald of course) are guilty (or not guilty) for the death of Eva Smith. Each character has their own mini pack which contains: 1) A picture sequencing task 2) A text sequencing task linked to the picture sequencing task 3) A written role play task where the student imagines they are the character being grilled in court. 4) A structured paragraph task 5) An extension 'exam style' question I have also included a printable mat and character cards which are useful to use whilst reading the play. The students can order the characters from least to most moral at various teacher let points in the reading. I have also included a printable writing support sheet to help students complete the structured writing task.
Neutral Tones - Relationships Poetry (SEN friendly)
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Neutral Tones - Relationships Poetry (SEN friendly)

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This pack features a comprehensive breakdown of the poem 'Neutral Tones'. The poem is broken down, line by line, stanza by stanza into manageable chunks for the students. The completed work packs, once completed, function as excellent revision guides for the students. There are two separate work packs - A is more challenging than B in order to stretch certain learners. I have used these in my SEN school and students who previously struggled with poetry concepts flew through the lessons.