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Invitation to ELSA sessions

May 12, 2016
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Invitations to ELSA Sessions Someone mentioned in the ELSA Group about sending an invitation to children for their sessions. This makes them feel very special. Here is one that I have just made. I will make some more soon and add them to this post. Download: Invitation 1 For more resources you will LOVE!  

My School Experience assessment sheet

February 15, 2016
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A huge thank you to Ros for sharing this sheet which she uses with the children she works with. Ros says ‘I use it with lower secondary pupils and have adapted it for primary. Subject Are they good at it? Do they like it? Do they like the teacher/teaching style? Do they like the class […]

Anger worksheet

February 4, 2016
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Just a little anger worksheet for you to work through with a child. Download: anger worksheet Also check out my ‘Anger workbook’, ‘Anger game’, ‘anger intervention’ and ‘anger intervention early years’

What does an ELSA do? Presentation for children (or adults)

January 23, 2016
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Two people contacted me this week asking if I had anything to help explain the role of an ELSA to children. After having a bit of a search on the internet I found that School counselors in America use a ‘First Aid Kit’ to introduce their role. This kit consists of the following: Tissues Toothpicks […]

Restorative Practice poster set

January 22, 2016
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Someone in the ELSA Group asked for a more child friendly way of displaying the questions for Restorative Practice so this is the result. Hope you like! There is a poster with all the children on and then a poster for each child with their message. Download: Restorative practice     Download: Restorative practice worksheet person […]

Self image questionnaire for pupils

December 4, 2015
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Thank you Suzie for sending this questionnaire that she uses with secondary pupils. It is in word format so you can tweak the questions to suit younger children. The main thing with this is that it gives you a good indicator of what the child thinks of themselves and also what they aspire to. Using […]

Parent feedback form

December 4, 2015
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Thank you to Karen for sending this form that she sends to parents for feedback. Download the word version from here Parent feedback form  

Small targets to assist self efficacy

October 20, 2015
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Small targets to assist self efficacy Some children have brilliant self concept and self esteem but when it comes to actually persevering with a task they won’t try and fear failure. This little worksheet worked brilliantly with one of the children I tutor in reading. The task of reading the book was split into six […]

Lesson plans for groups and whole classes

April 26, 2015
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I often help out on different Facebook teaching groups and think up lessons on the spot. This post will consist of any lessons that I suggest. I can tell you about my strengths and talents Download: I can tell you about my strengths and talents                     I […]

Tweet me

April 18, 2015
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I saw this lovely idea on a teaching page on Facebook and thought it would be perfect for older students who use Twitter. I think evaluating what children have learnt is very important and one of these could be filled in at the end of each lesson and stuck in their books. Perfect for children […]