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Extract from TESpro in The Times Educational Supplement – 27th January 2012. Tespro is a weekly supplement for TES, designed to explore and share cutting-edge practice in teaching today.
Award-winning teacher Kelly Wood has been speaking internationally on ways to be more engaging in the classroom. Here, she gives her personal guide to creating captivating lessons, including developing Pupil Voice through Investors in Pupils.Register/Login to access
School Council representative at East Garforth primary school have created a short detective story about everyone who works in their school.Register/Login to access
Pupils from St Augustine's RC primary school, Hoddesdon share their learning about the school budget.Register/Login to access
More pupils from St Augustine's RC primary school, Hoddesdon also share their learning about their school budget and how finances work in school.Register/Login to access
Pupils from Snaith primary school, East Riding have designed a leaflet about Investors in Pupils for parents and visitors.Register/Login to access
Photos from Investors in Pupils school, ideas and inspiration for your own noticeboards.Register/Login to access
Investors in Pupils primary schools share their target displays to inspire you to create yours.Register/Login to access
Examples of how foundation stage classes have displayed their targets.Register/Login to access
This presentation was created by Mrs Merritt at Strike Lane primary school, Lancashire. A fabulous presentation that explains Investors in Pupils and showcases some of the schools work towards the award. A useful starting point for your own presentations.Register/Login to access
Created by all members of the class, induction booklets extend a warm, caring welcome to new pupils and staff in schools. Induction booklets include useful information about the school and the school day as well as each of the members of the class / group. This is an example of a booklet, you might create one using video or powerpoint presentation?Register/Login to access
Some photographs from Creswell junior school, Derbyshire, of their class and school displays.Register/Login to access
Harrogate High school's business manager shares her presentation to the students about the school's budget, where the money comes from and how it is used in school.Register/Login to access
This presentation was created by students at St Paul's JHS, Northern IrelandRegister/Login to access
Investors in Pupils article is on pages 22 and 23 of the magazine.Register/Login to access
Photographs from Broomfield South SILC (specialist learning inclusive centre) admits pupils with a wide range of special educational needs, including moderate learning difficulties, severe learning difficulties and autistic spectrum conditions. Many pupils experience complex and multiple barriers to learning and all have a statement of special educational needs. Some have severe behavioural difficulties.
“We valued the acknowledgement that SILCs need to adapt Investors in Pupils and differentiate it, not just for the school, but also for particular groups of pupils e.g. specialist autism provision. Great to have an assessor with special school experience.”Register/Login to access
The PSHE Association is excited to announce that 'Values, Money and Me' - a free online resource from Experian to help KS1 and KS2 pupils explore the world of money and economic wellbeing - has been awarded the PSHE Quality Mark. 'Values, Money and Me' contains 10 character-led story units, each of which centres on a storybook with accompanying downloadable lesson plans and classroom materials, as well as online interactive quizzes and games.
Pupils will enjoy following the lives and experiences of the stories’ characters, who are all dealing with dilemmas and challenges around money.
PSHE Association Subject Specialist Sally Martin says: “The stories — designed specifically for interactive whiteboards — will help to engage pupil’s interest and effectively distance the learning. They each link directly to detailed lesson plans with teaching resources plus links to home/school learning and cross-curricular activities. Pupils are encouraged to reflect on the morals explored within the stories and develop skills that will help them to manage money effectively in the future. Economic wellbeing is a vital part of PSHE education and has a clear impact on health and relationships, so this resource will serve teachers well when planning their programmes. We are therefore delighted to grant Money, Values and Me our Quality Mark for PSHE education resources.”
For more information please go to: https://www.valuesmoneyandme.co.uk/
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