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What’s on this September? Find out in this monthly feature which focuses on all the things you can expect this month on the Anomaly Content Manager. Anomaly Content Manager is a tailored platform designed for schools to get the most out of their Anomaly screens. In this blog post, find out what will be displayed on our screens both in Primary and Secondary schools throughout September, as we’re back to school and beginning a brand new school year. Showing on screens:
  • A brief outline of Christianity (Primary only)
  • Tips to stay safe: Social Networking (Primary and Secondary)
  • Basic Spanish/French greetings (Primary and Secondary)
  • Explaining the different types of government (Primary and Secondary)
  • Basics of respiration (Secondary only)
  • Forms of sustainable energy (Primary and Secondary)
  • How c02 emissions are affecting the environment (Primary and Secondary)
  • The achievements of Alexander Bell (Primary and Secondary)
  • What is democracy? (Primary only)
  • Benefits of exercising at school (Secondary only)
  • Explaining the rules of dodgeball (Primary only)
  • How to do lateral raises and lunges (Secondary only)
  • How to throw a javelin (Primary only)
  • What to expect when you learn to swim (Primary only)
  • How to scoop the ball in hockey (Primary only)
  • Benefits of eggs (Primary and Secondary)
  • Why it’s important to have breakfast (Primary and Secondary)
  • Health benefits of oranges and broccoli (Primary and Secondary)
  • Advice about bullying (Primary and Secondary versions)
  • Homophobic bullying (Secondary only)
  • Looking into the careers of a photographer and a hairdresser (Secondary only)
  • What is Autism? (Primary and Secondary)
  • Anxiety and how to overcome it (Primary only)
  • Using the right toothbrush (Primary only)
  • Eczema and what it is (Secondary only)
  • Crowns and what they are (Secondary only)
The National Autistic Society We’ve got another fantastic video from the National Autistic Society this month explaining exactly what autism is. We’re really excited at Anomaly to be continuing our work with the National Autistic Society and helping them to raise awareness and develop understanding of autism in schools. NAS Thumbnail     NAS Thumbnail Activate Camps: Hockey Over the summer, we teamed up with Activate Camps to produce various videos which can be used to promote active learning in your schools. This month, we’re highlighting the first of our Hockey series and showing an interactive sports lesson on how to scoop the ball. Keep your eyes peeled for further new sports content with Activate Camps! Activate Camps Mental Health: Anxiety As September is a time for big changes and new experiences, it can make some children feel anxious. To tackle this, we’ve made a video all about anxiety and tips to overcome it. This is the first of our brand new mental health series for primary age pupils, which aims to help children understand their feelings and encourage them to speak to an adult about their emotions. E-safety With e-safety a constant concern within schools and a popular topic choice to drop into playlists, we’re here to help with more engaging content explaining the dangers of sharing too much information on social media accounts. You can find other videos on e-safety and online gaming, emails and apps. In addition to pre-existing content we have on our screens, schools can also request new content to meet their needs; please don’t hesitate to contact us if there’s something you would like to see! If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address Twitter | Facebook

Using Anomaly screens to promote various subjects is always encouraged at Anomaly. The ability to push out any content with the click of a button makes this task very easy. In this blog post, we’re talking about the content we have related to mental health. With the exam period in full flow, it can be difficult to keep control of your mental health and keep a positive outlook on life. National Autistic Society national autistic society In addition to our content regarding mental health awareness, we will be pushing out content on behalf of the National Autistic Society. The content will show on our screens very soon. Chrystyna Chymera, Marketing Manager at the National Autistic Society said: “For autistic children, school can be the source of huge anxiety. The lights, the chatter, the hundreds of faces, the smells of the dining hall, the instructions – it can all be too much information. It’s vital that schools, pupils and parents all understand autism so that autistic children can get the best out of their education. We hope that by raising awareness of autism, the challenges it can present to autistic children and what The National Autistic Society does we will help more people to understand autism and make a huge difference to the lives of autistic children and their families.” We’re really excited at Anomaly to be working with the National Autistic Society and can’t wait help them raise awareness about autism – keep an eye out for content over the next few months! Five steps to mental wellbeing We’ve been producing content through the month of May which aims to help students, pupils and parents keep in charge of their mental health. With countless numbers of blog posts, make sure you keep up to date with content from Anomaly. We have created content based off of the five steps to mental wellbeing as demonstrated on the NHS website. The content is split into five parts: Connect – Anomaly encourages people to connect with others who make them happy. Whether it be your friends, family, colleague and neighbours. Be active – increasing your activity levels can be key to improving your mental wellbeing. The NHS have provided a whole section on their website which talks about reducing stress, anxiety and depression. Keep learning – learning new skills can give you a sense of achievement and a new confidence. To read more about the content we will be pushing out, you can take a look to a full list of the top tips on the NHS website. If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your workplace or school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education and construction sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address Twitter | Facebook

It’s World Autism Awareness Week and in this blog post, read about how Anomaly are promoting mental health awareness. We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of facts about autism and why people should be autism aware. Autism is much more common than many people think. There are around 700,000 people in the UK living with autism. 34% of children on the autism spectrum say that the worst thing about being at school is being picked on. 75% bullied at school world autism awareness week 75% of children on the autism spectrum who are of secondary school age say they have been bullied at school. Being diagnosed as autistic isn’t a label or something negative. Receiving this diagnosis can mean the difference between growing up in a confusing world and getting all the right support and services. Being diagnosed with autism can also give parents an explanation to some difficulties their child may have experienced. 99% of people are aware of autism, but there may not be enough understanding According to research found on this website, more than 99% of the public said they have heard of autism. With this figure in mind, only 16% of autistic people and their families think the public have a good understanding of the condition. Increasing awareness of autism at a young age could help autistic people. People on the autism spectrum often find themselves targeted by bullies in schools and in later life. At Anomaly we have numerous pieces of content which helps combat bullying and shines a light on discrimination and mental health. We have also written numerous pieces which aim to reduce bullying at school. How can Anomaly help World Autism Awareness Week We have content in our archive related to mental health. The content is designed to help tackle stigma in schools which surrounds mental health. The content focuses on how young people can deal with mental health and the problems they could face in school life. It also asks young people to consider how they can help to create an environment where mental health can be discussed openly with fear of discrimination. If you would like to read more about autism and how young people are affected, you may do so by clicking here. The link will take you to the National Autistic Society website. You may also follow us on Twitter to find how Anomaly are helping with World Autism Awareness Week. If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your workplace or school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education and construction sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address Twitter | Facebook