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Pupil Voice Week – Our Top Picks

Written by Jos on 20th September, 2019

As Pupil Voice Week is just a few days away, we thought we would give you a quick run-down of our favourite resources on offer this year (in no particular order of course!). 

P.S there's still time to sign-up for free and get access to these amazing resources and more! 


eAware

This year eAware has provided a whole range of fun and interactive KS1, KS2 lower and KS2 higher resources. Including; videos with scripts to support SEN pupils, lesson plans, poster activities, roleplay activities, worksheets and home learning. The resources are centred around cyberbullying and positive communication.  

Safeguarding Essentials and TrainingSchoolz

Safeguarding Essentials and TrainingSchoolz are sister companies and produce exceptional education content and courses for teachers. TrainingSchoolz has provided a free online course for teachers that focuses on anti-bullying procedures, policy, and Ofsted. And from Safeguarding Essentials we have a handy anti-bullying checklist for school leaders.

Ditch The Label

The team at Ditch The Label has designed a range of super slick anti-bullying lessons and assemblies that are full of hard-hitting stats for KS3 and KS4 pupils. The topics covered range from exploring the root causes of bullying behaviour, to understanding the consequences of online behaviour and cyberbullying, to debunking the myths surrounding bullying.

Kidscape

Kidscape has created an assembly for Years 5-6 that empowers pupils to speak up and help others. It’s a brilliant assembly that inspires pupils to use their voices to make a difference to someone else’s day and even change the world!

Madlug

Madlug has created an awesome superhero primary assembly to introduce pupils to the importance of helping others. The assembly explains the important work that Madlug does with children in care and how we can support the children.

Internet Matters

Internet Matters are one of the champions for online safety and a go-to for parent and teacher resources. They have designed a range of online safety presentations, posters, leaflets, play and digital resources for teacher that are perfect to use at parents evenings. 

internetmatters.org/schools-esafety/parent-online-support-pack-teachers/

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