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Protected: Primary Reading Resources

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Self-harm

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Resources and materials used at the Mental PD Series: Self-harm session.

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Bereavement and Loss

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This presentation covers: what is bereavement and loss? how do we process loss? – individual loss, social loss, cultural expectations etc.

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Supporting young people in their mental health

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This guidance is for any member of school staff who is concerned about a child or young person’s mental health and well-being.

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BEP Birmingham Education Partnership school training and packages

Protected: Broad and Balanced Curriculum

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Mental Health Resources – HeadStart Newham

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Our colleagues at Newham HeadStart have developed some fantastic resources that have been developed with young people to support them with exam stress.

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EEF Teaching and Learning Toolkit

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An accessible summary of the international evidence on teaching 5-16 year olds

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Compass Rose

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Using this Compass Rose visualisation to understand the Natural, Economic, Social and Who decides elements of discussion.

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Global Goals PSHE Lessons

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A collection of Global Goals PowerPoints, videos and booklets. Aimed predominantly at year 7 but can be easily edited to fit other year groups and in other subjects!

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Global Goals PSHE Lessons

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Year 7 Global Goals Booklet Intro to Global Goals PwrPnt Fairtrade PwrPntQuality Education PwrPntPoverty PwrPntWhat do we know, what do we thinkCase Study QuotesCauses & ConsequencesChild Poverty in the UKDiamond 9 – BlankSeen & Heard Video Hunger PwtPntRefugees – Paddington PwrPntWhere in the world – Unicef Activity Climate Change PwrPntThe Impact of Pollution on Our Planet Religious Extremism […]

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World’s Largest Lesson

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Find lots of resources around the Sustainable Development Goals. You can search by age group and topic and a full lesson plan.

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Global Goals Board Game

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Download the Global Goals Game to introduce the Global Goals to primary school students

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Anxiety Resources

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Lesson Plans for Key Stages 3 and 4 

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Protected: SSIF 2 Reading Bid Information and Resources

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Preparing to teach about mental health and emotional wellbeing

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Lesson Plans for Key Stages 3 and 4 

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Mental health problems in young people

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Mental health problems in young people, aged 11 to 14: Results from the first HeadStart annual survey of 30,000 childrenview the report

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Wellbeing & enrichment Birmingham Education Partnership

How the PE and Sport Premium is helping us engage hard to reach children

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Steve Tindall, head teacher of Holy Family Catholic Primary School in Surrey, blogs about how his school will help hard to reach children in PE and sport.We’ve had some great successes already at our school and if there is one thing to remember when spending the premium funding – it is the words of our […]

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Wellbeing & enrichment Birmingham Education Partnership

Why the doubled pupil premium has helped us to lay strong foundations for the future

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Acting head teacher of Glynne Primary School in Dudley, Tracey Powell, discusses how the primary PE and sport premium funding boost will help her school to continue to put PE firmly on the curriculum.We have 489 pupils at our school and having this funding really helps to raise the profile of sport in our school and […]

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Wellbeing & enrichment Birmingham Education Partnership

How we are giving pupils a positive start to the day, thanks to PE Premium

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Anna Sullivan, Acting Deputy Headteacher at Cardwell Primary School in Woolwich, blogs about how extra funding through the PE and school sport premium is ensuring her pupils get a healthy and happy start to the day.We think it is crucial for our pupils to start the day through being active. The extra government funding will […]

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Report on social media use among 8-12 year olds

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Most social media platforms have a minimum age limit of 13, but research shows a growing number of children aged under 13 are using social media, with 3 in 4 children aged 10-12 having their own accounts. 

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DfE/Policy

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Fair Access Protocol 2018 and supporting documents.

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BEP's Projects and Priorities Birmingham Education Partnership

Families of Schools 2017

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Resources used at the 2017 Launch of the Families of Schools Document.

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Improving Mathematics in Key Stages 2 and 3

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The report makes evidence-based recommendations for maths teaching in Key Stages 2 and 3.

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Midlands Air Ambulance – Sky Champs Pack

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Midlands Air Ambulance Charity has demonstrated its commitment to the welfare and education of young people, by working with 18 schools across the Midlands on a curriculum-based Education Programme.

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Let’s Meet, Eat, Drink and Learn!

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A semi retired University Professor, Jo Andrews, has developed an Employability Skills programme which is aimed at students aged 16 and above who do not intend to go to university but look instead for apprenticeship schemes or other direct employment into the world of work.

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