This is the draft version of the Tutor Time Reflection and Wellbeing Journal
There are three sections:
Reflecting on me
40 weekly reflection entries to support wellbeing in tutor time. It is in PowerPoint format so it can be edited to suit you schools.
These knowledge organisers are intended to be used by specialist PSHE teachers, non-specialists PSHE Teachers, parents and pastoral staff to help facility discussions around the issues that will be covered in PSHE in secondary school, rather than given out to students.
Conception, Fertility and Pregnancy
Parental Rights and Responsibilities
Sexuality and Gender Identity
FGM and Breast Ironing
Types of Drugs
Drugs: Effects and withdrawal
Drugs and the Law
Smoking and Vaping
Healthy Diet & Exercise
Body Image and Eating Disorders
E-Safety and digital Citizenship
Stress and Anxiety
Taxation and Deductions
Social Security / Benefits
They are in PPT format so can be edited for your specific school.
This scheme of learning focuses on helping students to be successful in Key Stage 4 and beyond by giving them the tools and skills needed to effectively prepare for assessments and exams.
The unit covers:
Behaviours and traits of a successful student
Time Management and Eisenhower Matrices
Spaced Study and Spaced Revision
Stress Management and Relaxation
The unit includes:
Scheme of Learning and teaching notes
PowerPoints and additional resources
Videos and music clips.
Two booklets to support mentoring 6th form students on a weekly basis. Each week they are asked to reflect on their successes, Their struggles and what they are going to do about them, and their learning.
The booklet also gets the students to think about their long term, medium term and short term goals.
As a tutor you can look through and see if any issues are arising and get ahead of them.
booklets are in editable format so you can adapt for your own schools reporting system.
5 taught sessions to help students get to grips with the EPQ and model what is expected with corresponding workbook.
Session 1 - Introduction and Choosing your Project
Session 2 - Managing your project (Timelines and Project Journals)
Session 3 - Using Resources (Primary and Secondary Sources, how to start your Research, Analysing your sources, Writing a bibliography)
Session 4 - Developeing and Realising your project (Evidence and folder layouts, differences between dissertation and artefact)
Session 5 - Review (Evaluating the project, Project Presentation)
Workbook is in PowerPoint format for editing if necessary (i.e. deadline dates)
Interactive PowerPoints with 80 weekly discussion starters.
Each slides has:
A word of the week with audio attached for pronounciation.
A Inspirational quote
A inspirational but less well known person with audio attached with explanation of who they are.
A song of the week - embedded youtube video (working at time of sharing)
AQA A Level Sociology Trivial Pursuit Revision Game
6 Categories of Questions & Answers included:
Key Thinkers (60)
Key Terms (60)
Theory and Methods (120)
General Knowledge (60)
Here are the resources for a lesson talking to students about time management and prioritisation methods.
I have given this lesson to year 12 and 13 but could be used for GCSE as well. It is based on the ideas in the Hectic Teacher’s guide to Independent Study
The powerpoint is made up of mini videos so needs to be viewed in presentation mode to see the whole show.
This spreadsheet has 136 Questions in Total:
60 - Knowledge Questions [4 & 6]
34 - 10 with Item markers
42 - 30 Markers
39 on Theories of Crime
24 on Social Distribution of Crime
10 on Measuring crime
9 on Media and crime
27 on Crime Control and Prevention
27 on Globalisation and Crime
You can filter the sheet to find questions according to question type, topic and marks.
These are not quality assured by AQA, nor are they from any textbook. They are ones I have created so forgive any typos.
Bookmarks for student folders giving structure advice for essay questions, 10 markers and Methods in Context.
Each bookmark has the suggested structure and sentence starters to help students structure their exam style questions.
This resources contains a workbooks and PowerPoints to cover the following topics:
Who is God?
What is the Bible?
Different Denominations of Christianity
Symbolism in a Church
The Workbook is in both PPT and PDF format and Videos can be found on TrueTube and Youtube.
This crib sheet takes students through what is expected for each of the question styles on the new GCSE Sociology exam.
I give this out at the start of the year so they can use it when doing exam practice in class or at home. I also allow them to use it in the first couple of assessments and then phase it out.
I print it on bright paper and laminate it so that it lasts the year, but could also be stuck in exercise books.