Practising Being Organised: Teacher Guidance and Presentation

This teacher guidance accompanies the video resource “Practising Being Organised” and takes you through how to implement this video in class, step by step. It has been created with 11-12 year olds in mind. It encourages young people to consider what it feels like when we are disorganised and how putting a little effort into organisation can make our everyday lives less stressful. It goes on to provide lots of easily actionable tips for getting practised at being organised.

Practising Being Organised

This presentation has been created with 11-12 year olds in mind. It encourages young people to consider what it feels like when we are disorganised and how putting a little effort into organisation can make our everyday lives less stressful. It goes on to provide lots of easily actionable tips for getting practised at being organised. Great to use as the foundation of a lesson, this presentation has plenty of places where children are encourage to stop, talk to a friend, reflect and come up with ideas.

Getting Organised: My Weekly Planner

Once children start secondary school, it might become more challenging for them to keep track of the homework they have due in, prioritise their tasks effectively and remember all the things that they need for their school day. Our planner can help you child to build self-efficacy in these critical organisational skills. Print it out and encourage your child to use the traffic light system to organise their tasks in order of priority. Pin it to a noticeboard or on the fridge – somewhere they’ll see it everyday.

Goal Planner for the New School Year

Goal setting can boost self-esteem and confidence. Encourage children and teens to use our planner over the summer to set some achievable targets for the school year ahead. It’s a good idea to prompt them to think broadly. They could consider skills they want to improve, activities they want to try, school work goals, having fun and acts of kindness.

2022 Goal Setting Planner

Goal setting can boost self-esteem and confidence. Encourage children and young people to use our new planner to set some achievable targets for the year ahead. It’s a good idea to prompt them to think broadly. They could consider skills they want to improve, activities they want to try, school work goals, having fun and acts of kindness.

School Holiday Planner

Without a little bit of planning, school holidays can whizz by. Encourage children to make the most of them by setting a few goals and noting down things that they’d like to do, experience or achieve. Have a family chat and use this template to work out what you’d all like to spend time doing over the break.

Top Tips for Organising Your Home: Expert Advice from Tracy Ross

Recently, we spoke to Tracy Ross of Blissfully Organised. As a professional home organiser, Tracy understands the effects of living in a cluttered environment and the positive benefits of being organised. We’ve gathered together 10 of her top tips.

Mindset Planner

Get your teen into the right mindset for learning with this printable A4 planner, which will nudge them towards a positive mental attitude and hopefully towards success!

Back to School Checklist

Tired of nagging your children in the morning? Our handy list can help children to practise their organisational skills.