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by My School Assembly 05-10-2015
Primary school children thrive on routine, and that is the most important element in establishing an effective behaviour management routine in your class. Without it, your classroom is more like a three-ring circus than a fun learning environment. Use these tips to help you create and maintain a behaviour...
Primary school children thrive on routine, and that is the most important element in establishing...
Primary school children thrive on routine,...
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by My School Assembly 14-09-2015
Developing listening skills is crucial for developing learning skills. I don’t know of many children who couldn’t do with some help in this area, in fact, many adults could do with a nudge as well (myself included when the drone of marking policies fills the staffroom at an after school meeting…)   Racing...
Developing listening skills is crucial for developing learning skills. I don’t know of...
Developing listening skills is crucial for...
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by My School Assembly 13-07-2015
Imagine a world without complaints. In 2006, Will Bowen did just that. Using rubber bracelets as a reminder tool, Bowen started the World Without Complaint movement. By moving the bracelet to the other wrist each time you complain, you increase your awareness of how often you do complain. With children,...
Imagine a world without complaints. In 2006, Will Bowen did just that. Using rubber bracelets...
Imagine a world without complaints. In...
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by My School Assembly 06-07-2015
Think about the past twenty four hours. How many times did you complain about something? Really think. In today's world, complaining has become a way of connecting with others. Unfortunately, it's not a positive or lasting type of connecting. For school teachers/administrators/staff, connecting by...
Think about the past twenty four hours. How many times did you complain about something?...
Think about the past twenty four hours....
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by My School Assembly 28-06-2015
Equipment: something small that can be passed around a circle.   Instructions:   The children stand in a circle, facing inwards, with one child in the middle. Those in the circle pass the object behind their backs with the child in the centre trying to guess where it is. The...
Equipment: something small that can be passed around a circle.   Instructions:   The...
Equipment: something small that can be...
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by My School Assembly 19-06-2015
Come with me to a primary classroom in a small village school, where a young teacher is introducing her class to the idea of alternative energy sources.  She knows what she is talking about and therefore she is able to teach with confidence.  Not only does she know what...
Come with me to a primary classroom in a small village school, where a young teacher...
Come with me to a primary classroom...