As an essential companion to the Golden Rules range, Jenny Mosley’s new High Five posters will really help children understand HOW to be: a great circle timer, a good friend, a great listener, calm in the corridor, play well and how to have good manners in the dining hall.
More and more schools are now using the Golden Riules to provide a set of positive guidelines – and these provide the backbone of moral values for the whole school community.
Often though teachers need to describe to children how to interpret the Golden Rules in different situations. Many children also need to SEE what positive behaviour looks like. These posters actually interpret the Golden Rules for children in different situations so they can see and hear what good behaviour looks like in Circle Time, in the dining hall, in corridors, at playtime, when being a good friend. We are thrilled with these and can’t wait to hear some more feedback about how these are making a difference for children and teachers.CLICK HERE to see them.
A little background to our new range …
We have worked with children and midday supervisors to create strong motivational sentences. Available in A3 & A2 and now also available in extra-durable A2 aluminium composite. Illustrations by Charley Belles.
For the exact wording on the posters, see below:
Pack of 6 posters
6 x A2 posters, 6 designs, one of each design, 200gsm poster
We are great ‘Circle-timers’ when …
We listen carefully to each other.
We cooperate when we play games.
We think of ideas to help others.
We respect everyone’s opinions.
We try to understand other people’s feelings.
We have good manners in the dining hall when …
We wait quietly in the line.
We say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ to anyone helping us.
We keep our table and the space under it very clean.
We eat our food with our mouths closed.
We clean our plates tidily.
We play well in the playground when …
We ask others to join our games.
We are kind to everyone around us.
We take turns to share and look after things.
We give a helping hand to anyone who needs it.
We tell the adult on duty about any problems.
We are great listeners when …
We are calm and still when we are listening.
We look at the person who is speaking.
We listen and think carefully about what others have to say.
We accept other people have different views.
We let people finish what they are saying.
We are good friends when …
We play happily together.
We share our things.
We look after each other.
We care about each other’s feelings.
We listen to each other.
We are calm in the corridors when …
We walk calmly.
We look where we are going.
We use quiet voices if we need to talk.
We open doors and stand back if we see anyone coming.
We look and smile ‘hello’ to anyone passing us.
Website Manager’s Notes
1. Jenny Mosley and Positive Press have a full catalogue brimming with colourful and helpful educational resources, inspired by teachers and schools. All our products are on the website so do order a catalogue and/or look online.
2. Our catalogue boasts a range of books, posters, flash cards, CDs, games, parachutes, puppets, signs for classrooms, halls, corridors, dining halls and playgrounds.
3. For catalogues, training and resources enquiries, phone 01225 767157 or email email@example.com or see website catalogue order form.
3. Jenny Mosley is available to bring her tried, tested and trusted Quality Circle Time model to schools and early years settings in the UK and overseas. For all enquiries phone 01225 767157 or email firstname.lastname@example.org