What is the most effective way of ensuring that
everyone has work to do, even when in isolation or excluded?
Nearly every secondary school I have visited or worked in has an isolation room or isolation area.
In one sense there is nothing wrong with this for Section 42 of the government’s “Behaviour and Discipline in Schools Advice” allows the use of seclusion or isolation rooms. But it also insists that the time spent there must be used as constructively as possible.
Which is why the series of Detention and Exclusion Management System worksheets for Key Stage 3 were developed.
The worksheets within the volume cover a wide range of topics and range of ability – and are all designed so that they can be used as a one-off in an emergency, or as a series of highly varied tasks over a number of days.
Book 1 of the series, Exclusion Worksheets for Less Able Students, contain worksheets which cover subjects as English, Geography, History, Science, Religion, Mathematics, Technology and Food.
Activities range from changing the tense of an extract from the third person to the first person in English, to completing a wordsearch on light, electricity and sound in Science.
And Book 2 of the series, Exclusion Worksheets for More Able Students, contain worksheets covering subjects as History, Science, Religious Education, Mathematics, French, Spanish, English, and Geography.
Activities in this volume range from drawing and labelling a diagram of the breathing system in Science, to a History task, requiring pupils to answer comprehension questions on how black people were treated in America 90 years ago.
Each lesson in the volumes is printed on a single page and is simple to photocopy instantly for any pupils that require work.
The Exclusion Worksheets book 1 and book 2 are available from Hamilton House priced at £50 each (£100 for both books) plus £2.95 delivery.
If you buy both book 1 and book 2 of the series together, you will receive Book 3: Detention Worksheets for free, which is usually priced at £30. The Detention Worksheets include activities such as filling in the gaps, to spelling practice through repetition.
You can order by
Email from the school’s email address to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax to 01536 399 012
By phone (with a school order number) to 01536 399 011
By post to First & Best in Education, Earlstrees Ct., Earlstrees Rd., Corby, NN17 4HH