A beautiful mindfulness presentation with 18 slides that is designed to be used for either an assembly or a session.
Mindfulness is incredibly important in a busy school; but how can we educate our young people in such a skill?
Perhaps stress levels have risen during tests and exams, and you have seen behaviour go downhill.
Use this fantastic resource to raise awareness of mindfulness, and encourage your students to use the enclosed techniques to manage their stress levels and improve both their behaviour and wellbeing.
More than 150 business challenge cards that can be used to extend students, used as revision activities or given to students to answer at home.
Mini tasks, questions, and statements to think about that can be used as starters, plenaries, flipped learning tasks or homework.
Multiple questions one each of the following topics and sub-topics:
1.1 The role of business enterprise and entrepreneurship
1.2 Business planning
1.3 Business ownership
1.4 Business aims and objectives
1.5 Stakeholders in business
1.6 business growth
2.1 The role of marketing
2.2 Market research
2.3 Market segmentation
2.4 The marketing mix
3.1 The role of human resources
3.2 Organisational structures and different ways of working
3.3 Communication in business
3.4 Recruitment and selection
3.5 Motivation and retention
3.6 Training and development
3.7 Employment law
4.1 Production processes
4.2 Quality of goods and services
4.3 The sales process and customer service
4.4 Consumer law
4.5 Business location
4.6 Working with suppliers
5.1 The role of the finance function
5.2 Sources of finance
5.3 Revenue, costs, profit and loss
5.5 Cash and cash flow
Influences on business
6.1 Ethical and environmental considerations
6.2 The economic climate
Designed for KS3 or high ability KS2 in Citizenship, English or Tutor groups.
Contains worksheet, presentation, quiz, activities, poster and quiz.
The OECD announced that schools should teach people how to identify fake news. These lesson resources do just that.
35 ideas (starter and plenary included) fully aligned to the KS3 curriculum. Some ideas are really great, and a full lesson can be built from them in minutes. Some are suitable for a few minutes, or can be used as mini-sessions within your lesson.
The idea is to save you time with the least preparation time possible.
Hardware and software
Instructions within a computer system
15 complete KS3 computing lessons
35 lesson ideas for computing and ICT KS3
80 computing starters for KS3
20 computing plenaries for KS3
These resources will save you hours of planning. Better still - they are aligned to the KS3 Computing curriculum.
Fantastic value bundle price.
A complete resource pack for respect and diversity in the KS3 classroom.
Created to teach the following objectives:
Investigate respect and what it means, and why it is important
Be able to distinguish between respectful and disrespectful behaviour
Learn to respect the differences between people
Know that a great way to deliver self-respect is to behave in a way that makes them feel good about themselves
They are responsible for their own behaviour, and that respect begins with ones self
Complete lesson for Storage. Designed for OCR Computer Science (9-1) J276 but is more than useful for Computer Science students studying AQA and other exam boards.
Contains a PowerPoint presentation, and two worksheets.
Contains everything the students need to know:
- the need for secondary storage
- data capacity and calculation of data capacity requirements
common types of storage:
suitable storage devices and storage media for a given application, and the advantages and disadvantages of these, using characteristics:
A stand alone lesson designed for GCSE business studies covering
the different intellectual property available to business, but
would also be suitable for As and A2.
Full worksheet and presentation is in this lesson.
More than 100 A Level Business Studies multiple choice questions.
One copy has no answers, one copy has the correct answer highlighted in bold.
Possible uses include games, revision sessions and so on.
Teaches the requirements for GCSE Computer science, and based around using Microsoft Access (database included) to execute SQL commands.
2.2 Programming techniques
The use of SQL to search for data
Heard of deep flakes?
Face swapping of celebrities has become a thing online. But what does that mean for us? Do you students know about this?
The KS3 resource stays away from the adult themes that are explored in the KS4 version, but do be aware that students may well be aware of the issues in swapping faces of celebrities online and may ask you about adult entertainment. Discretion is advised and you will know what your students are ready for and will be able to handle.
Created to promote my ethical computing resources and .
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