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When budgets are stretched, systems are tired and staff are under pressure, many schools wonder whether they can afford to bring in a trainer. The conclusion, after much deliberation, is usually that they cannot afford not to bring one in.
The Golden Rules are there to help your school’s moral values extend into every area of school life. They are a way of bringing concepts of morality and responsibility into the forefront of children’s minds, enabling them to become more aware of their choices. In our experience children’s ideas always fall into six areas of concern: to look after people physically, to care for people’s … read on
1. Practice teaching and playing the games at home or with a group of 'playground friends' first before trying to teach groups of children out in the playground. For inspiration try Jenny Mosley's Top 100 Playground Games to Enjoy SEAL Outside and Pocket Playground Games (new) and Pocket Ball Games of the Week (new). 2. Decide who is on 'play' or 'patrol duty'. For information on organi … read on
Are your lunchtimes and playtimes in need of a boost? Do children need more constructive activities to occupy them? Do your midday supervisors need a lift? Read on for our High Five Top Tips!
Positive Playtimes Free Resource - "Guidelines for Good Relationships Between Children and Lunchtime Supervisors"
Click to download our free resource from Positive Playtimes by Jenny Mosley
Active Assemblies for Every Week for SEAL.
From a pack of 7 Emotions Posters in a Pack.
From Jenny Mosley's Small Books of the Five Skills - Listening Skills Activities.
From Here We Go Round.
Stepping Stones to Success.
Jenny Mosley has written articles for 5-7 Educator Magazine. This is her article that came out in Feb 2007.
From More Clapping Games.
This 2-side activity is from Jenny Mosley's Small Books of the Golden Rules in Action series - We Are Gentle.
This energising classroom activity is from The Big Book of Energizers (p.87).
This activity is from the Big Book of Calmers and is called "Cool in the Hot Seat"
This Thinking Skills Activity is from Jenny Mosley's Small Books of the Five Skills.
This is one of many of Jenny's handouts used on courses and at conferences. For further information about Jenny's training and consultancy please phone 01225 767157, email firstname.lastname@example.org or browse our website training section. This is one of many of Jenny's handouts used on courses and at conferences. For further information about Jenny's training and consultancy please p … read on
Take some time to listen and watch this musical presentation showing teachers working with the Quality Circle Time model. Depicted is circle time, the golden rules, golden time, celebrating each other, feelings, play time and playground friends schemes. The music is by Colin Martin, a headteacher who fell in love with Jenny Mosley's golden model. To purchase the music, go to our websh … read on
Jenny Mosley Presents At A Findhorn Conference - Positive Behaviour Management - Catch Them Being Good!
Jenny Mosley presented a keynote speech and workshops at the Findhorn Northern Lights Conference 2009. This is one small clip from a much longer presentation. For all conferencing, training and workshop enquiries, please telephone 01225 767157 or email email@example.com