eSafety discussion task.
Each comment has a surprising addition.
To use this use envelopes with a clear window (as in the images Envelopes.jpg and Envelopessecond.jpg show).
Students then follow the following instructions.
We are going to order the questions in the envelopes from most to least important.
Leave them in their envelopes for now
1. Do you think the question is relevant (in turn)
2. Why do you think that your question might be regarded as important (in turn)
4. Remove from envelopes to see additional information. Does this change your mind?
A 14 slide presentation on Brexit with accompanying lesson activities (one enclosed, one using the link below).
Students need to know what Brexit is about, and also need to understand the British Values that need to be thought about during the Brexit negotiations.
Best paired with the following free resource
A role play based around the chaos around the 2017 Oscars. Fantastic for tutor time, thinking positively and looking forwards. This can also be used as part of a citizenship program, and also as a starter for English classes.
A Christmas bundle for Scratch. Wonderful resources with that festive feel for your classes!
Resources suitable for KS2 and KS3, including extension activities (open-ended). Recommended that you pick an activity, and let their imagination run wild, while of course they are learning!
What are fidget spinners? Why might they be banned in schools? What evidence is there that fidget spinners work?
This resource can be used as part of an assembly or tutor time. No script is provided as each slide makes a single point, and teachers can move or delete slides as necessary.