Teaching from Rounds Resources

M2 Day Course

M2F Day Course resources – PowerPoint packs and key documents

M2C Day Course resources – PowerPoint packs and key documents

Running your practice

Set band and personal goals – the why and how can be found under Teaching Tips

Prepare a ringing practice plan – currently being developed

Make your practices fun, challenging and varied – the teaching toolboxes (organised by LtR levels below) contain lots of ideas

Keep everyone interested and valued recruitment and retention resources

Learning the Ropes

Add your ringer to Learning the Ropesadd your ringer

Direct your ringers to LtR ringer’s resourcessee what your ringers have access to

For the towerLearning the Ropes progress wall charts

The teaching syllabus – from Learning the Ropes Level 1 to 5

Assessing your ringer for their LtR Level 2 and higher Levels

Learning the Ropes – Level 2

Foundation Skills Toolbox

Teaching Call Changes

Ringing jargon worksheet

Domino cards for learning jargon

Learning the Ropes – Level 3

Plain Hunt Toolbox

Teaching Plain Hunt in small steps

Ringing Jargon worksheet – plain hunt

Plain Hunt worksheet

Learning the Ropes – Level 4

Plain Bob Doubles Toolbox

Plain Bob Doubles worksheet

Alternative approach to teaching Plain Bob Doubles

Grandsire Doubles Toolbox

Grandsire Doubles worksheet

Learning the Ropes – Level 5

Plain Bob Minor Toolbox

The Grid Toolbox

Learning the Ropes Plus

Stedman Doubles Toolbox

Much More Minor Toolbox

Ringing Practice Toolkit – CCCBR publication – lots of methods, all on one page

Methods to memorise methods – some interesting ideas about helping students learn methods

Teaching resources

Teaching listening skills

Teaching Tips Extra

The theory behind teaching and coaching

Pupil-centred teachinghow learning occurs

How people learnstyles of learning (VAK)

Ideas about running a better practicegroup (or people) management

What can stress you students and how to help themringing stress

Recent developments in coaching theory

Teaching Tips

Do our ringers come ringing purely for the pleasure of the ringing itself? The likelihood is that most of them do not. You might think that it will depend on the standard of the ringing they are involved in but it is not that straightforward!

Goal setting has been shown to be one of the most important motivational tools a coach can use when developing the skills of a participant in an activity. 

Keeping your ringers ringing after they can handle a bell competently and safely is the key to retention

Good Practice Guidance

H&S / SafeguardingRecruitmentSimulatorsYouth