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H.E.T. 15m
Teachers, did you know that we have lots of resources which support a wide range of lessons, such as , , , , , and , and ? If you teach one of those subjects read on below to find out more…
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Bernie | TEDx | Author | FPSA. 11h
Here’s a story about from me. I was an absolute clown at school. Especially 6th Form. I got an E and a U. I made life really hard for myself. I really feel for the young people affected by this year’s chaos. RT and ❤️ to win a copy of my Book.
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Ben Kinsella Trust Aug 13
We have created a series of educational videos from real people with real lived experience of knife crime Previously exclusive to our exhibition, they are now available as a free educational resource on our Youtube channel
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Ms Someone Aug 11
That's Autumn planned! KS3 full lessons with workbooks, KS4 tutor sessions with workbooks, and hopefully minimal printing for staff! Absolutely ecstatic to see the back of this project I won't lie 😆😴 Thanks to for inspo!
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CollinsPrimary 14m
4 weeks on and we're still so excited that our new PSHE series, My Life has been nominated for a award in the Wellbeing category! Find out more about the series here:
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UoBTeach RE (University of Birmingham RE PGDipEd) Aug 13
So excited to have all 200 certificates through for the students ......keep an eye out in your inbox for yours!
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Nikki Jones Aug 12
Spending today making our learning journeys to match the new lessons I’ve planned following the themes shown in the key! Massive thank you to for creating the shared drive of resources, I saw this initial template on there and have adapted!
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HVF Aug 11
Everyone's experience during lockdown has been different. Use the tracks, & content in to prepare for excellent & a supportive, caring culture.
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KIP Education Aug 12
In huge support of we are discounting all our training/webinars for 7 days! Grab your space now! USE code: IYDsale10
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Miss Power Aug 7
TREE OF GRATITUDE 🌱 the first 10 minutes of our weekly circle time will be spent discussing things that we are thankful for and adding them to a leaf on our class tree! This will encourage positivity and an appreciation of the small things in life ✨
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Pauline Stirling #TVTTagTeam Aug 11
Replying to @deputygrocott
Another lovely day here on the . Retired teacher now working freelance and mostly! Have a good
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KIP Education 2h
Duvet day anyone? 🧘🏾‍♀️🧘🏼‍♂️🧘🏻
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Grief UK Aug 5
During Lockdown, we looked at how we could help children develop life-long skills to cope with grief, loss, emotions, wellbeing, and develop healthy relationships and resilience. The result is Open Ears, bringing emotional literacy to the classroom.
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Alice Ryan Aug 11
The latest from 🎬 We were lucky enough to work on 3 &various about our live shows during Check out our & for info
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Matthew Swann Aug 9
Hi- PSHE & school Council lead here, has anyone got any good book recommendations? TIA
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Jigsaw PSHE Aug 12
Thinking about as your children return to school? We have FREE materials available for students from ages 5-16. 🌈 3-11/12: 🌈 11/12-16:
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Kate Daniels. 13m
During research this week I came across this great film about intersexuality - an often overlooked topic. Perhaps one to consider for your older cohorts when you begin teaching your RSHE in September?
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JKP Books Aug 12
“Addressing consent at this age empowers children to understand their right to say "no" to unwanted touching and to consider how their actions may impact on others” Michelle Diaz, SRE Consultant Buy here:
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Marc Joseph Aug 11
🍊Fantastic generosity from Simon to support the children of Blackpool with this amazing PSHE programme
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uiowaitawhile Aug 10
Modern day pressures are leading to an increase in sexting. Did you know it is an offence? Our new podcast on internet safety covers all, including why we should be supporting girls to grow their self esteem & ignore the pressures
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