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Providing resources for primary teaching.

Providing resources for primary teaching.
History of Nursing (KS1)
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History of Nursing (KS1)

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This unit of work is used to teach history of nursing to year 1 and 2 children. Florence Nightingale Mary Seacole Edith Cavell Throughout this unit children will study the key events of the lives of the famous nurses. Reading will be used as a focus, where children will read the text thoroughly to help them understand the topic. Lesson Structure Retrieval practice Vocabulary check (introducing new vocab) Partner talk (recap from previous lesson) Reading Task Partner Talk Solo Task The reading task begins with teacher modelling followed by paired reading at least twice per session. Lesson 1 - What is nursing Lesson 2 - Florence Nightingale Lesson 3 - Mary Seacole Lesson 4 - Edith Cavell Lesson 5 - Complete essay plan discussing similarities and differences of the nurses. Lesson 6 - Essay writing Lessons can be spread over more than one session where neccessary. Quiz to be completed at the end of unit.
KS1 Emotions -  Anger
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KS1 Emotions - Anger

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(Recognise and talk about the emotions of yourself and others) This lesson focuses on the feeling of anger, using Tom Percival’s ‘Ravi’s Roar’ as the focus. Children to discuss trigger points for the feeling of anger, and discuss that this is personal to them and that people can feel differently. Discuss coping strategies for when feeling angry. Children to create a feelings volcano, drawing milder emotions such as happiness at the bottom, building to furious at the top of the volcano.
Sorting emotions
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Sorting emotions

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During this activity children will discuss what each emotion feels like and how they can identify each feeling. They will sort their feelings into jars, drawing or writing something that might make them feel that way.
Year 3 Reading - Me and My Fear
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Year 3 Reading - Me and My Fear

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1 week teaching sequence for Me and My Fear focusing on prediction and explanation. Lots of themes to draw from this text, particularly useful when a child arrives in class from a new school.
KS1 Emotions - Loneliness & Isolation
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KS1 Emotions - Loneliness & Isolation

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LO: To know how loneliness and isolation can affect children and that it is very important to discuss your feelings with an adult and ask for support. Key Text: The Invisible Boy - Trudy Ludwig This is a lesson based around discussion.
KS1 Emotions - Self Esteem
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KS1 Emotions - Self Esteem

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LO: To use positive words to describe ourselves and build self-esteem. Key Text: Giraffes can’t dance Talk about how we are all unique and what makes us special.
PSHE - Emotions (7 lessons)
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PSHE - Emotions (7 lessons)

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Included in this pack; 7 week medium term planning for key stage one surrounding emotions and mental well being. Weekly slides to support teaching Reccomended teaching texts used to support learning objectives. Resources to accompany slides for tasks.
Understanding a range of emotions
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Understanding a range of emotions

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Lesson aimed at KS1 to help understand a range of emotions. Children will discuss the different emotions, how they might feel and things that might cause them to feel that way. Children could complete the task independently or discuss in groups.
All About Me Bunting
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All About Me Bunting

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All about me task Great for transition or PSHE Children can complete and colour to create bunting for classroom.
The Iron Man - Year 3 Reading
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The Iron Man - Year 3 Reading

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10 reading lessons for year 3 based on 2005 publication of The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. Lesson slides and resources. Focus on whole class reading, teacher modelling and vocabulary.
KS1 Emotions - Worry
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KS1 Emotions - Worry

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During this session children will discuss coping strategies to use when feeling worried. The lesson will begin with ‘The Worrysaurus’ text, where children can discuss why the character was worrying and how he used a happy tin. Children can discuss what would be included in their own happy tin. Talk about how we can eliminate our worries. Children to make a worry jar/tin/box to take home to contain any worries they have.