Video 2: Online Behaviour

  • Is there a difference between on/off-line?
  • Upstanders
  • No screen time
  • Conflict resolution
  • Sex & relationships
  • Disciplinary procedures
  • Adults / media
  • Loss of empathy?
  • Equalities Act 2010 
  • Praising those that get it right

Bystander Revolution

A great channel to subscribe to

Useful assembly ideas as well

Insta Life

Generation WOW

Video 1: Stress & Pressure

Based on a Twitter poll (@kayprice82) the first video will be on how to support students with stress and pressure.

See below for handouts and external sources of support.

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Conquering Exam Stress: Lessons From Our Bodies


The Physiological Society

 If we understand the science of what's happening in our bodies when we feel stressed, we can learn to keep those feelings balanced and make them work for us. So how do we do that? Watch this video for scientific tips on how to tame your stress and let it do its job - preparing you for the challenge ahead!


Find 5 minutes in your day to be calm. Whether you  call this mindfulness or some other term. Create a stopping cue (last 5 minutes of lunch break) and  use an app like Headspace to close some of the many 'windows' that stay open in our heads.



Whole School Approach

We use Tootoot as an on-line worry box. Students can use the service as a 'tutor in their pocket'. It gives all students the opportunity to let someone know if they are worried, ask a question & enable staff to plan in pro-active pastoral care.

Tootoot Website

What are some of the worries?

Great pastoral care has to be developmental and pro-active. To improve your provision do you have a complete picture of what is going on - when?

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