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. New for 2019 - included a fun weekly log for students to practice mindfulness with.
A game based around snakes and ladders. The perfect accompaniment to the respect assembly and worksheets by StudeApps. Simply use the respect scenario cards, print out the snakes and ladders game and you are ready to go!
Created for Business Studies but also suitable as a game for tutor groups, Economics and citizenship. How much do things cost in the real world? Play this higher - lower game with the prices of the iPhone X and more.
Designed for KS3 but easily modified to deliver to KS2 or KS4. After recent events, it is more important than ever for our students to respect both themselves and each other. This is more than just discipline and liking other people. This is about respecting difference and diversity in every context that we encounter. This assembly helps you to deliver just that.
VE Day presentation with a wealth of information about the day celebrated on the 8th May. Linked to British values and involves both a historical look at this important event, and how students should think of this in the context of British values. There are some links to YouTube videos within the 18 slide presentation. I would recommend that you check these first as sometimes videos can change or become unavailable over time (the videos are not linked straight within the presentation, so if you choose not to use the videos that will work fine).
A presentation about the Duke of Edinburgh, with 30 slides that could be used for an assembly or a tutor time / information session.
Designed for KS3 or high ability KS2 in Citizenship, English or Tutor groups. Contains worksheet, presentation, quiz, activities, poster and quiz all within this wonderful bundler. Schools have become extremely interested in Fake news since the the OECD announcement instructing schools to teach students how to identify fake news. These lesson resources do just that, and more!
Designed for KS3 but easily modified to deliver to KS2 or KS4. Positive thinking is important for our students. This assembly does not come with a script, but is 15 slides that are fairly self-explanatory and you can change or add to as you see fit according to your own style. This assembly helps you to help the students think about their attitudes and thinking.
A lesson and presentation pack. The PowerPoint presentation contains 18 slides. There are a selection of accompanying worksheets Churchill’s speech Diary European Map Activity Imagine activity Brainstorming activity Timeline activity Union Jack Activity These resources can be completed in class, or conceivably be sent electronically and completed at home.
Personal thinking test - run through with your tutor group to see their results! I would recommend this for Late KS3, KS4 and above (although you could try it with younger students). So give out Personal thinking test, and get the students to answer the questions one by one. They then add uptake results. For fun they can then plot it on the grid (PersonalThinking.pdf). They can see which personality type they skew to. They explain the differences from PersonalThinkingTest.docx of give the students the sheet to read.
Fully resourced ice breaker games. Use these to help students introduce themselves to each other (and to you). There are 9 activities, some need no preparation, others need cards to be printed. You are free to pick and choose, but of course you can contact me for support if you need it. In order to use the App you would need to organise a set of iPad (or let student use or share iPhone or iPod as avaliable), but it is not essential to be used for the lesson.
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) 3. Order 4. Remove from envelopes to see additional information. Does this change your mind?
Designed for KS3 but easily altered to deliver to KS2 or KS4. The OECD announced that schools should teach people how to identify fake news. This assembly resource does just that. Contains video resources, slides and a script. It is recommended that teachers check the content of the script and the videos before delivering this season.
A presentation about the Queen for her Birthday, with 30 slides that could be used for an assembly or a tutor / information session. Designed for Key Stage 2. This assembly looks at - The Queen What the Queen does What the Queen likes This assembly has slides so you can add you own text, or remove/ add slides of your own. Each slide makes a simple point so that you don't need to learn a script.
Poster pack for computer rooms
A teacher's guide for Pokémon Go. May be useful, and can be combined with my set of Pokémon lessons available on TES.