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Social and Emotional Education


Social and Emotional Education



ANGER MANAGEMENT (AGES 11-16)

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

The activities and resource sheets are designed to help young people reflect and develop their skills in managing emotions.

This collection of session plans is an anger management programme that will give young people skills in problem solving, stress management, assertiveness, and the overall recognition, understanding and management of anger. It will help them control when, where and with whom their feelings are expressed and then do so in a safe way. The programme can be used both for one-to-one sessions or groups.

This CD-Rom offers exceptional value as it includes a site licence which allows the purchasing establishment the rights to copy, network and add to any shared system within that establishment.


CD-ROM / / (Ages 11-16) /

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ANGER MANAGEMENT (AGES 5-11)

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

The activities and resource sheets are designed to help children reflect and develop their skills in managing anger.

This collection of lesson plans is an anger management programme that will give your pupils skills in problem solving, stress management, assertiveness and the overall recognition, understanding and management of anger. It will help pupils control when, where and with whom their feelings are expressed and then do so in a safe way. The programme can be used both for one-to-one sessions or groups.

This CD-Rom offers exceptional value as it includes a site licence which allows the purchasing establishment the rights to copy, network and add to any shared system within that establishment.


CD-ROM / / (Ages 5-11) /

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ANGER: TRIGGERS AND EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

A masterclass on how to deal with anger in positive ways

With this DVD teachers can learn powerful strategies to deal with their own anger in three different scenarios:
~ Meeting an angry parent face to face
~ Handling a confrontation with a student
~ Resolving an issue over the telephone

Each scenario shows a negative response followed by a more reasonable, positive way of managing the situation. Summaries of negative and positive points along the way allow the film to be paused and discussed by the viewers. The negative clips demonstrate:
~ Early warning signs, triggers, escalation points and a failure to resolve the situation
~ Overfamiliarity, power struggles, secondary behaviour issues
~ Blame approach, raised voice, lack of empathy, threats
~ Failure to use objective observations/evidence, personal comments, no trust/respect, interrupting
~ Making excuses, being sarcastic, arguing, criticising, overreacting

The more reasoned, considered responses in contrast show:
~ A welcoming attitude
~ How to review the issue and spot the positives
~ Directed questioning to focus on self-management and resolution
~ The importance of pitch, intonation, smiling, keeping your voice enthusiastic and friendly
~ Thinking carefully before you speak and focusing on the facts
~ Non-verbal communication and active listening
~ Recording of important points, review of conversation, agreeing on action plan


DVD / / () / 30 minutes

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ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR (PRIMARY)

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross in conjunction with Kent Police

This comprehensive education pack not only does it look into what is anti-social behaviour and how it affects different groups of people, but it also allows students to think about choices, consequences and respect.

The Anti-Social Behaviour DVD was made in conjunction with Kent Police and is supported by a set of flexible lesson plans and teachers' notes. It's a very useful education pack and ideal for any secondary school.

The six 50-minute lesson plans address:
1) What is anti-social behaviour?
2) Who is affected?
3) Who behaves anti-socially?
4) Perceptions
5) What should we do?
6) Why are people anti-social?

Topics include:
~ Graffiti
~ Excessive noise
~ Intimidating groups of young people
~ Chewing gum
~ Alcohol
~ Stealing cars
~ Aggressive behaviour


DVD (With CD-ROM) / / (Ages 4-11) /

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ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR (SECONDARY)

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross in conjunction with Kent Police

This comprehensive education pack not only does it look into what is anti-social behaviour and how it affects different groups of people, but it also allows students to think about choices, consequences and respect.

The Anti-Social Behaviour DVD was made in conjunction with Kent Police and is supported by a set of flexible lesson plans and teachers' notes. It's a very useful education pack and ideal for any secondary school.

The six 50-minute lesson plans address:
1) What is anti-social behaviour?
2) Who is affected?
3) Who behaves anti-socially?
4) Perceptions
5) What should we do?
6) Why are people anti-social?

Topics include:
~ Graffiti
~ Excessive noise
~ Intimidating groups of young people
~ Chewing gum
~ Alcohol
~ Stealing cars
~ Aggressive behaviour


DVD (With CD-ROM) / / (Ages 11-16) /

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BILLY AND THE BIG D-CISION

Dilemmas, options and consequences relating to young people and drugs.

Developed in partnership with Orkney DASAT and Scotland Against Drugs.

Billy's back but sadly life doesn't get any easier. Now some of his pals are passing drugs round at school and he has to decide what to do. Will he take the drugs and risk the effects on his health, his schoolwork and his family or say no and probably get laughed at?

Help is at hand though. Not only can Billy try out a choice, find out what might happen then take it back and try something else, but he can also call for help on his mobile phone, ask questions relevant to the scene he's in and consult an extensive database of drug-related topics.

Billy and the Big D-cision offers young people the chance to explore a wide range of issues to do with drug taking, peer pressure, actions, consequences and responsibility in a safe, enjoyable environment.

As well as 18 scenes, 54 choices, 15 outcomes, 45 talkabout topics and over 200 animations and sound effects, Billy and the Big D-cision also comes with a unique drugs database, primary and secondary worksheets, and a detailed user guide. Billy and the Big D-cision is aimed particularly at pupils aged 10-14 and aims to support drugs education in school, social work and other youth initiatives.


CD-ROM / / (Ages 10-14) /

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BILLY AND THE BREAK IN

Responding to the needs of young people with more serious behavioural issues, Billy and the Break In sees Billy's pals thinking about breaking into an off-licence and stealing money and drink. What's Billy going to do this time?

With a similar format to earlier adventures but now dealing with more serious issues, Billy and the Break In also adds more characters, more situations and new 'talkabout' topics in every scene. An excellent way of raising a host of issues in a safe and fun environment guaranteed to get young people thinking and talking.


CD-ROM / / (Ages 10-14) /

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BILLY BREAKS THE RULES

Billy Breaks the Rules follows Billy's life in a substitute care family.

Even when it's all going well, Billy has problems to cope with and overcome - like when he gets caught stealing and has his pocket money cut. What's he going to do now?

Working with a counsellor, carer or teacher Billy Breaks the Rules allows children to deal with issues they find hard to talk about in a safe and fun environment. Controlling the actions and choices of a character in a computer game lets a child express their own feelings and fears and experiment with choices - then apply the issues raised to real life.

Billy Breaks the Rules has 15 scenes with 3 choices in each, 10 different outcomes with talkabout topics, over 120 cartoon animations, sound effects, high quality speech, original music and interactivity. The family life issues are equally relevant to children not in substitute care. All printed text also spoken to avoid literacy problems.


CD-ROM / / (Ages 8-14) /

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BODY LANGUAGE

Featuring internationally acclaimed mime artist, Richard Jones, THE MIME FACTORY presents the Body Language DVD.

A creative resource showing short story sequences to develop awareness of body language, feelings and emotions without the distraction of speech. This unique dramatic DVD uses the universal language of mime to develop social awareness and an understanding of feelings, emotions and empathy.

The viewer is challenged to decide:
~ What is happening?
~ How is he feeling?
~ Why is he feeling this way?


DVD / / (All Ages) / 20 minutes

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BULLYING IN SCHOOLS: SIX METHODS OF INTERVENTION

With Dr Ken Rigby

This training resource uses actors and role play to give you realistic and practical guidance on the choices available to you to tackle bullying in schools and shows you how to implement strategies effectively. It does this by showing you a real-life bullying situation on the DVD and then illustrates the different ways of dealing with it.


DVD / / (Ages 11-18) / 35 minutes

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CIRCLE TIME ACTIVITIES

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

Effective, stimulating and easy to use, this programme of lesson plans can quickly be adapted into your own style.

Includes 'warm-up' rounds, learning objectives, key questions, focused activities and plenary rounds. A set of comprehensive guidance notes support the lesson plans.

Topics include:
~ Respect for one another
~ Spiritual development
~ Moral development
~ Listening
~ Making safe choices
~ Who can you trust?
~ Building and keeping friendships
~ Dangers and risks
~ How to help others
~ Dealing with change.


CD-ROM / / (Ages 7-11) /

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CIRCLE TIME ACTIVITIES (SECONDARY)

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

Based on research, courses and conferences and working with staff in many schools, these lesson plans cover a wide range of issues.

Topics include:
~ Respect for one another
~ Listening
~ Making safe choices
~ Respecting difference
~ Who can you trust?
~ What do I think?
~ Reflecting
~ Empathy
~ Conflict
~ Taking risks
~ Respecting others
~ Building and keeping friendships
~ Dangers
~ Planning for the future
~ How to help others
~ Dealing with change


CD-ROM / / (Ages 11-16) /

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DEALING WITH TRAUMA

Written by the head teacher who led her school through the aftermath of the Russell murders.

Few teachers ever receive training in dealing with traumatic incidents and yet they happen. This resource looks at the educational implications following exposure to trauma and offers practical suggestions to teachers who work with traumatically bereaved children. It is intended to help schools by addressing the issues before circumstances force them to deal with the problems. It also suggests a school policy and practice.

Details of the grieving process are included to help teachers gain a better understanding of a child's needs so that they may be able to better empathise with, and help, bereaved children, and it explores a child's perspective of death, from preschool to adolescence.

It explains the 4 stages of mourning:
1)The pupil needs to accept the reality of the loss
2)The pupil needs to work through the pain of the grief
3)The pupil needs to adjust to an environment in which the deceased is missing
4)The pupil needs to emotionally relocate the deceased and move on with life


CD-ROM / / (Ages 4-13) /

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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMME (AGES 11-16)

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

This resource is a progressive programme which can be used to support a school's PSHE and Citizenship scheme of work, the behaviour management policy, and to support teaching, learning and students' motivation generally.

The programme includes activities to help students:
~ Enhance the flexibility of their thinking
~ Become better communicators
~ Develop their resilience to use failure as an opportunity to learn
~ Set themselves realistic, yet challenging, goals
~ Develop their skills of leadership
~ Be more empathetic
~ Understand others and how they 'see' the world
~ Respect difference


CD-ROM / / (Ages 11-16) /

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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMME (AGES 7-11)

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

A powerful tool enabling a school to build self-esteem and raise standards.

Emotional Intelligence Programme is a planned progressive programme that can be used to support a school's PSHEE and Citizenship scheme of work and behaviour management policy. It supports teaching, learning and enhances pupils' motivation, thereby improving performance.

The programme includes activities to help pupils:
~ Think for themselves and take responsibility
~ Reflect on their views and actions
~ Develop attitudes to become more effective learners
~ Develop creativity and confidence
~ Understand others and how they think
~ Build self-esteem
~ Become more assertive
~ Set realistic goals
~ Develop skills of leadership


CD-ROM / / (Ages 7-11) /

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EMOTIONS

Selection of photographs to promote discussion and develop skills to encourage understanding of feelings and emotions of others as well as respect, compassion and sympathy.

Need an instant picture? Simply upload the CD-Rom, browse the photos, click and print. It's as easy as that. Plus you can print as many as you want, whenever you want.

The images are both positive and negative.

This collection of photographs can be used on the whiteboard and may be printed out for individual work, creative writing or flash cards.

The photos show situations based around the following emotions:
~ Fear
~ Anger
~ Disgust
~ Embarrassment
~ Happiness
~ Sadness


CD-ROM / / (Ages 5-11) /

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FEELINGS & EMOTIONS

This creative and powerful DVD teaches the understanding of feelings and emotions.

It helps students develop an awareness of feelings in themselves and in others, and helps them learn to manage these emotions effectively.

A rich and varied collection, the DVD covers 30 different human situations, from family dynamics to accident and hospital scenarios, and from office and classroom conflicts to friendship and success. The experiences include both comfortable and uncomfortable feelings in both individual and group situations.

Through the DVD and the accompanying ideas and activities for discussion and writing, students will:
~ Identify with scenarios that mirror their own experiences
~ Expand their vocabulary of emotions to express and manage feelings more appropriately
~ Develop empathy and more easily imagine other people's feelings
~ Understand, respect and respond to the feelings of others
~ Build more successful relationships and friendships.


DVD / / (Ages 11-18) /

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GUNS & KNIVES

The DVD contains a short film about a knifing incident in a school and a subsequent guns incident that followed, which is acted out by staff and students of a secondary school. It graphically illustrates what can happen when young people carry weapons, and how confrontation can rapidly escalate into violence and tragedy, with the reality of a subsequent police intervention. The programme provides a mechanism for young people to observe a situation involving guns and knives, and to learn through discussion, reflection and activities.

The comprehensive session plan has learning objectives that cover:
~ The legal position relating to the carrying or use of knives or guns
~ The consequences of carrying knives or guns
~ Being able to make safe decisions about knives or guns.


DVD / / (Ages 11-16) /

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HOW TO END LOW-LEVEL DISRUPTION

By Dave Stott

Create an interruption-free teaching and learning environment.

Chronic, low-level behaviour problems can have major detrimental effects on both teaching and learning. This resource gives effective and practical advice to enable teachers to teach and students to engage actively in the learning process. It deals with the top low-level student behaviour issues which give cause for concern to teachers in the classroom:
~ Answering back
~ Constant attention-seeking behaviour
~ Refusing to comply or take responsibility for actions
~ Off task
~ Fidgeting
~ Bothering other learners
~ Lateness
~ Out of seat
~ Lack of equipment
~ Mobile phones
~ Arguing
~ Managing anger.


CD-ROM / / (All Ages) /

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HOW TO END LUNCHTIME TROUBLES

By Dave Stott

Complete in-house training programme to help improve lunchtimes with everything you need to identify problem and hotspot areas, set up training activities and create an action plan.

This very practical resource was developed following requests from primary, secondary and special schools on how to better the lunchtime experience for both staff and pupils. Staff were concerned about chaotic dining rooms, problem behaviour on the playground, poorly trained and de-motivated lunchtime staff as well as teaching staff having to deal with problems which begin during the lunch break and spill over into afternoon lesson time.


CD-ROM / / (All Ages) /

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PEER COUNSELLING

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

Successfully helps you train students to be peer counsellors.

A Peer Counselling course suitable for Year 11, 12 and 13 students. The course, which can be delivered by teachers and other adults, focuses on basic counselling and active listening techniques. It can be used to improve emotional health, reduce bullying and improve behaviour in your school.

The course includes:
~ Active listening techniques
~ Role play
~ Blocks to communicating and how to avoid them
~ Confidentiality and when to break it
~ Being empathetic
~ Dealing with bullying
~ Setting up a scheme
~ Boundaries
~ Attitudes and values
~ Referring on
~ Trust games Peer counselling has proved a very successful mechanism to help young people in many schools. This publication will help a school develop its own peer counseling programme quickly and efficiently.


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PEER SUPPORT

By E A Morris

Using strength-based solutions.

A comprehensive resource developed for any professional looking to set up a Peer Support programme or who wishes to review a programme already running. It will be a useful tool in creating best practice approaches that seek to develop the emotional literacy of students to enable them to develop and help others.

This essential pack covers every aspect of developing a Peer Support programme from conception to celebrating success. It is divided into sections to assist with specific needs followed by lesson plans and resources, all supported with sample documents such as planning sheets, forms and a certificate. All information is given as a guide and can be adapted to use in any setting.

Topics covered include how peer support works and how it relates to emotional literacy, the five key success factors and links to citizenship and training. The training programme runs over 10 lessons covering:
~ What is peer support?
~ Friendship
~ Who am I?
~ Listening
~ Communication
~ Bullying
~ Confidentiality
~ Self-esteem
~ Assertiveness
~ Team building
~ Meeting up


CD-ROM / / (Ages 11-16) /

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PEOPLE, POWER, DEMOCRACY

By Cavan Wood

This useful and thought- provoking resource will help teachers address the issues of Political Literacy within Citizenship and other areas of the curriculum.

The programme of lessons includes detailed step-by-step activities supported in a lesson plan framework

Topics include:
~ Who needs rules?
~ The importance of rules
~ Improving the environment
~ People have the power to influence change
~ As British as
~ Why bother to vote?
~ Being part of Europe
~ The politics of dealing with unacceptable behaviour
~ Tax, it's taxing


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POSITIVE APPROACHES TO REDUCE BULLYING

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

This comprehensive guide is full of strategies and practical tips, with lesson plans, resource sheets and teacher's notes to help reduce bullying. It includes audit tools to analyse the extent of bullying in a school, with lesson plans to then address the situation.

Key areas that the resource addresses include:
Developing self esteem, empathy, personal well-being, negotiating skills, decision making, assertiveness, plus having an understanding of peer pressure, diversity, prejudice, moral issues, and it gives ways of finding help and information.


CD-ROM / / (Ages 4-18) /

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UNDERSTANDING YOUR EMOTIONS (PRIMARY)

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

This resource will prove useful in helping children become 'emotionally well' through an understanding of self-awareness, empathy, motivation and improved social skills. It encourages children to express themselves and interact compassionately with others.

Includes activities, lesson plans and background information.

Topics include:
~ How do I feel?
~ Good emotions, bad emotions
~ Managing emotions
~ What do feelings look like?
~ How others feel
~ What's it like to be me?


CD-ROM / / (Ages 5-11) /

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UNDERSTANDING YOUR EMOTIONS (SECONDARY)

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

This resource will prove useful in helping young people become 'emotionally well' through an understanding of self-awareness, empathy, motivation and improved social skills. It will encourage young people to express themselves and interact compassionately with others.

The CD-Rom includes activities, lesson plans and background information.

Topics include:
~ How do I feel?
~ Good emotions, bad emotions
~ Managing emotions
~ What do feelings look like?
~ How others feel
~ What's it like to be me?
~ What's it like to be you?


CD-ROM / / (Ages 11-16) /

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