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Last updated 28 February 2012

What's new for Primary this week? This week we celebrate World Book Day with a fantastic competition judged by Jeremy Strong. Our video link sees Michael Rosen reading 'The Book'. This page is updated every week highlighting the best content on TES for Primary. There are thousands of wonderful resources here and I hope I can help by pointing them in your direction.More about Colin...

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jmarshall45, you have uploaded the most this week; thank you for sharing!

Forum Discussion of the Week

Do you write individual lesson plans?

Featured Partner

World Book Day

Weekly Highlights

Resource of the Week

English KS1 - NightZookeeper Project

A weeks worth of English lessons which have cross curricular links to ICT and Art

English KS2 - NightZooKeeper Project

8 Literacy lessons which can be completed over a 2 week period.

More Weekly Highlights

Maths KS1 - Using & Applying Number

10 activities to develop thinking skills

Maths KS2 - Using & Applying Number

African Animal Logic Puzzles

Science - African Animal Logic Puzzles

Level Descriptors for science. Great for KS2

Languages - Jeux Olympiques

A lesson using CLIL (content language integrated learning) to teach about the Olympics in French.

Topic 1 - P4C Starter Information

 Guidance for teachers wanting to implement P4C in their school

Topic 2 - Team Building Games

A powerpoint pack of team-building games.

Digital Learning - Photopeach tutorial

A video guide by Adam on using Photopeach slide shows.

SEN - Hairy Maclary's one more or one less game

A Board game based on the Hairy Maclary from Donaldson's Dairy Book

Video of the Week

Michael Rosen reads 'The Book'

Primary Collections for March

National Science & Engineering Week

(9-18th March 2012)

St Patrick's Day

(17 March)

Mother's Day

(18 March)

Sports Relief

(23 March)

World Book Day

(1 March)

More Resources

TES Primary Collections Index Page

Handpicked sets of the best resources to download now.

TES iboard

Digital activities for whiteboards & little hands.

BBC Class Clips

Videos from the BBC to use in your classroom.

Primary Teachers TV

Great Lesson Ideas and Lesson Starters - the best sets.

Colin's Profile Page

Videos from the BBC to use in your classroom.

The latest Primary Newsletter

Even more resources, forums debates and jobs from the TES Team

About Colin Hill

Colin Hill is an experienced primary school teacher based in Lancashire. He has taught maths throughout Foundation Stage, KS1 and KS2 during his career. He has led numeracy, assessment and ICT, believing integration of maths with technology is a great way of engaging pupils in their learning. Having completed his Masters, Colin is currently studying for an Educational Doctorate with the University of Glasgow.