How to use:
Step 1 – Listen to the child’s voice
1.The child reads/accesses the tickets – preferably independently or with minimum assistance
- The child considers each ticket and is asked to post each one in the Easy-Easier ® Posting Box, according to whether they find it ‘Easy’ or whether they would like to find it ‘Easier’.
- If the child is not sure which slot to post the ticket into, encourage them to make a separate pile to return to later.
Step 2 – Plan actions – listen to child’s voice and plan together
Together complete and agree the High Flyer’s Action Plan.
Deliver interventions, put actions in place
Step 3 – Review progress: Child re-posts the tickets in the ‘Easy’ slot when they feel access to the task or activity has become easy.
- Child: As tickets are moved by the child into the ’Easy’ side success is recognised and positive self esteem is promoted.
- Practitioner: Record progress in the ‘Additional Curriculum Skills Booklet using the scale of 1 – 4 to consider the child’s progress.