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Ex Head Teacher in SE and Head of Centre for AP, now retired and working for an Independent SEN company, supporting students that do not access mainstream education. My resources cover a wide range of topics ranging from those that help to develop effective teaching and learning, to those of a more 'pastoral nature', including resources to help school leaders improve behaviour and attendance; My resources also include numerous PSHE/Life Skill modules I have written and delivered in AP and SE.

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Ex Head Teacher in SE and Head of Centre for AP, now retired and working for an Independent SEN company, supporting students that do not access mainstream education. My resources cover a wide range of topics ranging from those that help to develop effective teaching and learning, to those of a more 'pastoral nature', including resources to help school leaders improve behaviour and attendance; My resources also include numerous PSHE/Life Skill modules I have written and delivered in AP and SE.
Exemplar Head/Deputy Head Letter
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Exemplar Head/Deputy Head Letter

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A letter template of 2 sides that can be used to shape your application letters and Personal Statements for Senior Leadership Posts; I have shaped this letter over the years and it has helped me to be selected for numerous interviews. Having recently retired, I am hoping this will help other colleagues to achieve the same.
Interview Tasks for a Senior Leader or AHT
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Interview Tasks for a Senior Leader or AHT

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Are you interviewing for a new Senior leader or AHT (Assistant Headteacher)? This resource contains 5 tasks that can be implemented to your days programme that will support the panel decision to appoint the right person for the job. The resource contains: AHT Questions In-Tray exercise 1 In-Tray exercise 2 A goldfish Bowl exercise that is witnessed by a member of the interview panel Student Discussion Task led by the candidates These are ‘real’ resources that I have used as part of my interview process for an AHT to help secure the appointment of the ‘right person’ for the role.
Developing your Vision, Culture and Ethos planning Document as a new Head Teacher
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Developing your Vision, Culture and Ethos planning Document as a new Head Teacher

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Are you a new Head looking to identify key priorities for improvement? If so, you may find this real life exemplar of an Action Planning Document very useful; designed in a manner that has both clarity and coherence. After securing a Headship in a school requiring improvement and having made numerous visits to my new school (and after reading appropriate documentation and data) I decided to write the template identified in this resource. The layout helped me to formulate key action points in a clear and coherent manner; it also proved to be a useful document for my colleagues in SLT, from which we were able to identify key points for moving forward; the document fed into the School Development Plan and SEF and helped us to focus on key priorities.
Differentiation PowerPoint
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Differentiation PowerPoint

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A presentation I wrote and delivered on Differentiation for staff training. The slides explain clearly what differentiation is, how it links to effective learning for all students and the keys ways to differentiate in the classroom.
Behaviour Risk Assessment
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Behaviour Risk Assessment

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A Behaviour Risk Assessment that can be used for targeted students in any provision, but more especially in Special Education and Pupil Referral Units. A clear and precise template to identify risk and associated interventions that support targeted students.
Stopping Swearing
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Stopping Swearing

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A mini-module that I wrote for Life Skills lessons in my role as Head of a PRU. It challenges the students to reflect upon using more appropriate language in and around the school site and to look at alternatives to the inappropriate words students would often use. This resource can be slotted in at any stage to a PSHE, Life Skills or Citizenship Programme.
Behaviour Training for Lunch-time Supervisors
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Behaviour Training for Lunch-time Supervisors

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All staff require appropriate training - this resource is the transcript and task notes for a short training session I delivered to Lunch Time Supervisors and Play Leaders. It contains information on assertiveness training and basic Behaviour Mangement tips for Lunch Time staff.
Learning to Learn Module (Updated)
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Learning to Learn Module (Updated)

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This in-depth 10-12 week module can be delivered as part of any Life Skills or PSHE Programme in upper primary or lower KS3 age groups. The module focuses on supporting students to become more independent in their learning; topics include: Personal organisation Time management Memory work What a good learner looks like What good learning looks like How to manage distractions in learning What to do when they get stuck Developing ‘Noticing’ Skills Identifying strengths Going for ‘Goal’
PSHE/Life Skills Bundle - Updated to include all of my PSHE/Life Skills Resources
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PSHE/Life Skills Bundle - Updated to include all of my PSHE/Life Skills Resources

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This bundle will provide you with all of the modules I have developed for use in a Whole School Life Skills or PSHE programme. They are written in lesson plan format and outline step by step the learning activities that need to be delivered. This bundle contains modules that are appropriate for all schools which are linked to expectations for the National Curriculum and National Association for PSHE. Save 50% of the published price on all of these resources
Indoor PE - Fun Indoor Practical Challenges for Kids at home and school (Updated)
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Indoor PE - Fun Indoor Practical Challenges for Kids at home and school (Updated)

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The booklet contains over 40 different practical challenges(like the Cube on TV) that can easily be set up using very basic resources, most of which are already in the home or school environment. they are very simple but have proven over the years to engage young people of all ages whilst also developing a culture of fun and participation. The challenges/activities can be used as part of any wet weather PE lessons or wet lunch sessions that need to be completed indoors. Key Features: Can be used by Teachers as wet weather contingency Challenging, Yet Lots of fun for kids and Adults Hours of Fun Challenges that will engage Set up with resources you will have at hand Can be set up anywhere Suitable for kids of all ages The challenges can be completed as part of a team competition at school or indeed by single students. The booklet literally contains hours of activity proven to challenge and engage children of all ages.
Draft application letter for NQT or New Teachers
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Draft application letter for NQT or New Teachers

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Are you an NQT or new teacher applying for a new Job? Following on from my popular Head Teacher draft letter, this one is suited to those at University applying for new jobs or indeed those teachers new to the profession. This one is aimed at a Primary School application because it is one I wrote for my Daughter in law: good luck with the job hunting!
Role of the Form Tutor
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Role of the Form Tutor

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Looking to review job descriptions or re-defining the role of your Tutor Teams? This resource identifies in full what are considered the key roles for the Form Tutor on a day-to day basis. This resource can be used by member of SLT to reinforce, or indeed re-invent the expectations for form tutors in your establishment. I originally wrote this for my school as the Tutor Period was re-introduced.
Careers Action Plan
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Careers Action Plan

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A useful tool/template that can be completed by students in year 9 - 11, to help them track future career plans and identify the steps they need to take in order for them to achieve their goal. Help students answer three key questions: Where are they now? Where do they want to be in 5 years time? What do they need to do to get there?
Writing a Personal Statement - Key Questions to ask
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Writing a Personal Statement - Key Questions to ask

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This question bank fits nicely with supporting the writing of a Career Personal Statement (See booklet as part of my resources). It allows for reflection and wider career management by asking key questions about a students aspirations and future.
Problem Solving Module for Life Skills or PSHE
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Problem Solving Module for Life Skills or PSHE

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The 5-6 week Problem Solving Module can be added to any Life Skills or PSHE programme and is ready to go, with a lesson by lesson format that identifies all of the teaching activities to be undertaken and the resources required. The aims for the Module are as follows: Students will be able to identify a problem within different situations and consider different ways of being able to solve the problem. Students may be able to Coach others into encouraging different ways of solving problems some students may have. Students will be asked to discuss some problems that may arise in the workplace or during a part time job and then come up with possible solution Students will have a knowledge of Benefits and Burdens Analysis The format is the same as all other modules I have added to my dashboard, that allows non-specialists to be able to pick up the work and deliver it without planning. The modules I have added, including this one, are ideal as cover work and for use by cover supervisors.
Improving, Tracking and Monitoring Behaviour Bundle for staff - Updated to include new resources
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Improving, Tracking and Monitoring Behaviour Bundle for staff - Updated to include new resources

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This Bundle has been updated to include additional resources…these include: Using appropriate language to manage behaviour incidents - for personal or staff training use The very popular IBP template An isolation Reflection Form A popular Behaviour Risk Assessment template This Extensive Bundle contains all ‘Behaviour Related Resources’ from my portfolio that have been developed throughout my career. The Bundle aims to support staff expertise in Improving, Managing and Tracking Behaviour in a range of establishments, as well as providing proven modules of work that can be added to a Life Skills/PSHE Programme to support student self-reflection and which has had proven positive impact, in a range of settings for students from a range of diverse and complex backgrounds. Just Look at what this pack contains Part 1 and 2 of my Behaviour Improvement/Life Skills Module for intensive working with small groups and 1-1 situations Behaviour Training for all staff - using appropriate language/using appropriate questioning to redirect in the classroom, appropriate transition techniques Staff self-reflection Behaviour Management assessment Behaviour targets that can be used to track and monitor student behaviour Extensive work on setting up your new student code of conduct Bullying contract and exemplar letters Advice on improving levels of FTE in your school Using class behaviour protocols to support your teachers The stopping swearing life skills module that helped reduce student swearing in my PRU Behaviour Case Study template for putting together useful case studies for inspection
Introducing Alcohol Education as part of PSHE
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Introducing Alcohol Education as part of PSHE

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A module of work for upper KS3 or KS4 students, written to introduce students to the dangers of alcohol. This SOW would fit as part of any whole school PSHE or Life Skills Programme for mainstream or Alternative Provision.