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As teachers have become familiar and confident with the Circle Time technique they need further ideas and resources to help them develop this type of work with young people. This engaging book will help teachers who want to use the collaborative and co-operative method of learning to widen it from PSHE to other parts of the curriculum. It allows the teacher to develop a particular theme using key questions, activities and games. The unique links to storytelling and literacy skills will make this book highly popular with primary teachers.

Sample Activities for ‘George Gets into Trouble’
Sample activities for ‘george gets into trouble’
  • Read the story,’ George gets into Trouble’ to the class.
  • Lay out the picture on the floor. Ask the children to look closely. Ask them to identify any inaccuracies in the picture compared to the story.
  • Describe:
    • What happened in the story?
  • Proceed around the circle and ask the students to complete the sentence:
    • George getting into trouble makes me feel …
  • Change seats if you think that:
    • George should take revenge on Sue.
    • George should refuse to sit outside the head teacher's office.
    • Sue should not have laughed at George.
    • Sue should get into trouble.
    • The teacher was being unfair to George.
    • Sue is ...
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