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Super Pupil Premium Bundle

Super Pupil Premium Bundle

Complete Pupil Premium strategy to rapidly bolster progress. This includes strategies for Teaching and learning Mentoring Attendance and PA Life experiences and enrichment Leadership dashboard Transition
leepeachey
Technology Survey for Parents

Technology Survey for Parents

I use a lot of technology in my classroom. This survey is helpful to find out what kind of technology my students have access to at home as well as which students need extra support at school. The questions ask what types of devices the students have access to as well as if they are allowed to use them. I also like feedback on what parents think in terms of using technology within classroom. Print this resource out and get feedback from your students parents in no time!
rombop
Open House Sign In Sheets >3 EDITABLE Word Doc Templates~Simple Easy Time Saver!

Open House Sign In Sheets >3 EDITABLE Word Doc Templates~Simple Easy Time Saver!

These 3 Open House templates save time! Presented in a Word Doc ALL three templates can be customized for your school open houses. Just replace the red text with your name and information, print out, and you are ready to go! Templates Include: Parent Sign In Sheets Suggestion & Comments Form Requests & Questions Template All 3 forms can be used for ANY OCCASION as well! Just edit to suit your purpose!
PattyAnnsPetProject
Google Slides - Classroom Newsletter

Google Slides - Classroom Newsletter

I love sending a newsletter home every week. It helps keep the students organized as well as keep communication with the parents. You can use this newsletter digitally with a blog or google classroom. You can also print it out and give it to your students. This package comes in 3 styles, simple, dotted, blocked. Each style comes in 7 colors. You get printable PDFs & editable Google Slides
rombop
Digital Parent Contact Log Editable in Google Docs

Digital Parent Contact Log Editable in Google Docs

Needless to say, it is important to be in contact with parents on a regular basis. With this digital parent contact log, you’ll no longer need to worry about who you called, when you called and what it was for. This resource is fully editable via Google Docs. Alternatively, you can even print out the PDF and use it as a traditional log.
rombop
Student's  response and  reflection on their work - before the teacher marks their work

Student's response and reflection on their work - before the teacher marks their work

This can be used across the school to encourage student to reflect on their literacy development and self-editing skills. If you print two slides per 1 piece of A4 it can be easily glued in after a student has completed the work and before the teacher marks it. It is useful for ensuring students are critically assessing their own work so they become independent learners. Also, it’s good for showing progression if you’re planning on getting students to re-draft their work after you’ve marked it.
chirpyandcheerful
Template Bundle

Template Bundle

Back to School : TEMPLATE BUNDLE This Bundle includes: AFL Pie Chart: An AFL activity sheet using a numeracy activity for use in all subject areas. Customisable to any topic. Based on a hierarchy activity. There are three differentiated sheets Higher, Mid and Lower. Check out our ‘How to drawer Graphs’ PPT for the instruction sheet on how to create Pie Charts as an instruction tool for pupils to go with this activity. Fact File Template: A template for pupils to use based on an organisation they are studying. Marking Codes Doodles: Here are 15 marking codes that will prove invaluable for you when marking your pupils’ digital work. Included in this bundle are the red, green and off white/grey codes. Simply drag the doodle into the document you are marking, right click the item and select the wrap text option, ensure that it is placed ‘In front of text’. You will be able to place this anywhere in the document with ease! Included in this resource is a PowerPoint with the explanation of the marking codes. Gone are the days when you have to print out pupils work and make short comments by hand! Reward Bingo: This resource is meant to be printed out onto A3 paper and displays in the classroom. This can be used as a reward for excellent work. We usually allow pupils to choose their own number and write their name in the space provided. Once the two sheets are full numbers are chosen at random and rewards are issued to the lucky winners. Teacher Feedback Sheet: For use when marking books as a summative feedback for pupils and parents. Think, Pair, Share: Template for pupils to work as individuals, pairs and groups on a task of your choosing. Random Name Generator: This is a fun way to ensure pupil participation in lessons. The PowerPoint is completely editable. It has space to up to 35 pupil names. Pupils names can be added to each slide and once in presentation mode, click anywhere on slide two and a name will be generated. N.B. the same pupil can be selected more than once on this presentation. Please visit and like our page: TeachElite Visit our TeachElite shop!
TeachElite
This is me!  (Transition days Foundation stage, KS1, KS2 and KS3 placemat)

This is me! (Transition days Foundation stage, KS1, KS2 and KS3 placemat)

Use our ‘this is me’ placemat for pupils making the transition between: Foundation to KS1 KS1 to KS2 KS2 to KS3 This is an effective resource to collect information around each pupil to promote discussion. This document is ideal to DP, FSM, LAC, EAL and SEND pupils. In a secondary setting this would be an excellent first form tutor session and can easily be turned into a classroom display. Save the workload and download this adaptable placemat!
leepeachey
Flashcards PSHE/Circle time talking points x25

Flashcards PSHE/Circle time talking points x25

25x Flashcards These can be used for circle time and/ or PSHE as a 15 minute activity. Ask pupils to sit on the carpet a choose one to select a flashcard from a bag. All pupils then answer the question. It was made to use as an end of week activity so that pupils get the chance to give their opinions and reflect on ( and celebrate) their achievements. It can also be used by a teacher to get to know a class and to boost pupils self-confidence. I hope you and your class enjoy the resource! Curriculum links: All schools should make provision for PSHE, drawing on good practice. Feel free to contact me to get an editable template to make your own!
shannon_kavanagh
Y7 Transition Booklet

Y7 Transition Booklet

This booklet is to help develop a smooth transition from primary to secondary school and forge better relationships between the form tutor and pupil.
leepeachey
Priority Dashboard and Pupil Profile

Priority Dashboard and Pupil Profile

Our priority cohort pupil dashboard allows you to: Present to your middle/senior leadership teams the priority target pupils Allows subject leaders to plan support collaboratively with their team Gives you a strategic overview of key pupils to bolster progress across KS3/KS4 Allows you to target Boys/DP/FSM/Pupil Premium/SEND pupils Raise awareness with all staff of key pupils they need to focus on. Use the dashboard as a covian warboard to strategically plan support. Track progress, attendance, behaviour on a termly basis Present to governors visually and in a highly engaging way. Use our pupil profile in your Senior Leadership, Middle Leadership, Departmental and Pastoral meetings. Identify what is work for a pupil in different areas across the school and share good practice. This document is a brilliant discussion point when tabled and is a power tool that can be used to bolster the progress of key pupils.
leepeachey
Food Growing Schools London - Grow Your Own Picnic Activity pack

Food Growing Schools London - Grow Your Own Picnic Activity pack

The Food Growing Schools: London partnership brings together the very best of London’s food growing expertise, information and support, with the ambition to inspire and equip every school in London to grow their own food. Sowing Ideas. Growing Inspiration. Cultivating Futures. Together, we’re cultivating young people’s love for learning and hunger for knowledge, and developing supportive local communities through food. Sow it. Grow it. Share it! - Summer Term A celebration of summer, sunshine and food growing in your school playground. Plant a seed, and watch your school garden grow. Then share a delicious home-grown lunch with your friends, school and community - on your very own School Summer Picnic Day! Learn how to grow, cook and prepare home-made dips, sandwiches, salads, and desserts - packed full of nature’s goodness. A picnic feast for the whole community. Schools Summer Picnic prizes and freebies Start growing for your summer picnic with free seeds! Download the Grow Your Own Picnic pack above then claim your free organic salad mix seeds by clicking here (for London schools only, while supplies last). Don’t forget to keep us posted on your growing progress this spring with photos and tweets using #GrowYourOwnPicnic @FoodGrowSchools for a chance to win great prizes including a £500 voucher to GardenSite.co.uk (look out for details in our June newsletter or check back on this page). Would you also like a free Garden Organic Term Time Garden Planner to help you decide what to plant and when to plant it in time for the end of summer term? Complete our schools survey here and we’ll send one to your school.
GardenOrganicEDU
eSafety Leaflet

eSafety Leaflet

This eSafety leaflet is ideal to give to parents, students or staff. The leaflet covers trends in eSafety including: Online Gaming (Fortnite) Youtube Streaming services Snapchat and Snap maps General eSafety Advice This leaflet would support any eSafety parent workshops or help produce an eSafety Assembly.
dhurst
Mentoring report (Competitive Mentoring)

Mentoring report (Competitive Mentoring)

Used to bolster progress for DP, Pupil Premium, SEND, and Boys. Simple use the report and generate a weekly score. Pupils compete for the highest score over a period of time for a rewards. You create a weekly league table and publish their results. This works really well for re-engaging boys back into learning.
leepeachey
Raise attendance and reduce persistent absence

Raise attendance and reduce persistent absence

This strategy has had impact in my setting. Attendance for the DP cohort is up 3% and PA has reduced by 13%. Resource includes: Letter to parents that presents attendance data graphically. Dynamic graph creator to help you present the data graphically Attendance postcards to target all bands and ‘nudge’ the top end. Parental pamphlet that outlines the importance of good attendance and also legal actions. Pupil 360 passport to track attendance and progress data.
leepeachey
Attendance letter: Improve attendance and PA (Pupil Premium, FSM, SEN, Boys)

Attendance letter: Improve attendance and PA (Pupil Premium, FSM, SEN, Boys)

This letter is to be used every half term to give parents a snap shot of where their children currently are. This gives parents and children an emotional buy in as it compares them to their friendship group in a graphical format. The idea to present the attendance data in a graphic format helps combat the barrier of poor parental literacy levels. The letter can easily be changed into a mail merge to make the process more efficient. This letter can also be used to ‘nudge’ the top end. Resource includes: An adaptable letter A dynamic chart creater to help present your attendance data more effectively Attendance pamphlet for parents and script to be used in attendance meeting Law and legal duty on attendance This strategy in combination with attendance postcards has improved attendance in my setting by 3% since last year and PA by 13%.
leepeachey
Attendance Postcards : Raise attendance of Pupil Premium, FSM, Boys, and SEND

Attendance Postcards : Raise attendance of Pupil Premium, FSM, Boys, and SEND

Targeted postcards to raise the attendance of identified cohorts. These target all bands of attendance and can also be used to ‘nudge’ the top end. The templates are fully adaptable for your school. The idea is that these postcards are sent home to your identified cohort every half term. This strategy has had impact in my setting and attendance has improved by 3% for DP since last year and PA has dropped by 13%. Simple but effective!
leepeachey
3 Great Class Assemblies

3 Great Class Assemblies

Fantastic Mr. Fox, Teeth and Healthy Eating AND The Plague/Great Fire of London All 3 class assemblies tried and tested. Please review this bundle for me.
Lresources4teachers
Creating  Respect for Learning Posters (Improving Student - Teacher Dialogue )

Creating Respect for Learning Posters (Improving Student - Teacher Dialogue )

These classroom posters are designed to improve the quality of student -teacher dialogue in a learning environment. They’re based on the RESPECT acronym which describes 7 behaviours of highly successful people: R - resilience E - expectations S - scanning P - pace E - entrepreneurial C - collaboration T - three mistakes or you’re not trying They can be printed of at any size (including A4 or A5 for diaries or exercise books).
chirpyandcheerful
Tweet Competition (Improve culture and create positive marketing: Pupil Premium, KS3/KS4)

Tweet Competition (Improve culture and create positive marketing: Pupil Premium, KS3/KS4)

If you want to improve the culture in your school use the tweet competition to help you out. The competition can be launched to KS3 or KS4 during tutor time. The positive messages should then be displayed on the school website, tweeted off the school twitter account and then fed into the school newsletter. Positivity is infectious. Use our template to help! The document is fully adaptable for your school.
leepeachey
Pupil Premium Promise: Life Experience programme (Improve attendance/behaviour/progress)

Pupil Premium Promise: Life Experience programme (Improve attendance/behaviour/progress)

Pupil Premium Promise - Development of the whole child (Life Experience programme) Limited life experiences of pupils from poor socio-economic backgrounds has a direct link with lower attainment. Research offers up the idea that when a young person is exposed to a new experience a cognitive connection is exercised in the brain thus making it more receptive and versatile to learning. If a young person is exposed to lots of experiences then their brains can adapt more. If a pupil receives limited experiences from a young age, then their brain is less likely to adapt to new learning as it has not got the so called ‘versatility’. The Pupil Premium promise does just that. It is a promise that should be made to the pupils that they will achieve before they leave your school. A bucket list of life experiences to develop mind, body and soul. By delivering the pupil premium promise it will have a positive impact on attendance, progress, attitude and behaviour. Happy pupils want to come into school! The resource is completely adaptable for your school.
leepeachey
Summer Reading Challenge 2018: Mischief Makers Schools Resources

Summer Reading Challenge 2018: Mischief Makers Schools Resources

Keep your pupils reading this summer with Mischief Makers, the Summer Reading Challenge 2018! This 7 page pack introduces this year’s Challenge and contains creative ideas and useful resources to inspire your school to take part. The Summer Reading Challenge is a brilliant reading initiative for your pupils which is free to your school and helps to keep up all the good work that you have done during the academic year. There is no other free reading challenge that involves so many children, introduces families to their library, encourages children to choose books freely and independently and is endorsed by parents, teachers and the Department for Education. The Challenge is open to all primary school aged children and is designed for all reading abilities. Children can read whatever they like - fiction, fact books, joke books, picture books, audio books - just as long as they are borrowed from the library. Inspired by the much-loved iconic children’s title Beano, Mischief Makers will celebrate adventure, friendship, reading and fun, and is a must for all children who want to live in the moment and be themselves! Inspire and encourage your pupils to take part with this pack. How your school can benefit: • The Summer Reading Challenge is intrinsically inclusive and can contribute to the achievement of all your pupils, including pupils with special educational needs, disadvantaged pupils and the most able • It enhances and supports your school’s reading policy and your mission for all children to read widely and often • It prevents the tendency for children’s reading to dip over the holidays • The Challenge helps to support the social and cultural development of your pupils in a fun, creative and child-directed way • It encourages comprehension skills such as using imagination and empathy to explore a text beyond the page • It develops a growth mindset for children who take part • The Challenge allows children to become more independent in their reading when choosing books • It allows children to master aspects of reading through using pertinent and specific vocabulary when talking about books • The Challenge can help to close the gap for disadvantaged pupils • The Challenge supports the successful transition between year groups and stages • It takes place at your local library and is a brilliant opportunity for extra curricular activity within your local community, to foster family literacy and home-school links It’s fun! It’s free! It’s local!
TheReadingAgency
Year 1 Parent Consultation Feedback Form

Year 1 Parent Consultation Feedback Form

This is an exemplar form, used to provide feedback at Parent Consultations. It includes space for information on the child including their own comments about the year, their current attainment in reading, spelling and phonics, and their next steps for development in maths. This has been a useful tool in supporting conversations between teachers and parents, keeping records and enabling parents to better support their children at home. It is intended to be completed for each child, prior to the consultation to aid discussion and promote positive learning outcomes.
Msislaq
My Vegan Child - A Resource for Educators

My Vegan Child - A Resource for Educators

My Vegan Child is a free online resource for parents, teachers and caregivers of vegan children. The booklet was created in collaboration with a group of vegan parents and educators. We wanted to communicate in a way that would inform our children’s teachers on veganism and to navigate potential sensitive areas such as food, nutrition and animal welfare. With more and more families becoming vegan, it is important that educators and carers gain an insight into the perspective of the vegan children they teach. Veganism is much more than just a diet. The information provided both in the booklet, and on this website, will help create a more inclusive learning environment for vegan children, as well as ideas and links for including humane education in teaching programs for all. Printing Info: Open pdf file in Adobe Acrobat Reader (download Adobe for free here). Choose print, then select ‘booklet’ as an option.
My_Vegan_Child
Differentiated Types of Sentences WS

Differentiated Types of Sentences WS

Three levels of worksheets to identify and create your own sentence types. Each page includes the definition of each sentence type which is great for beginners or revision, but this could be edited to become a cloze procedure. I’ve used this to introduce the topic in class and then to send home for parents in HW. Many of my parents said they found the definitions really helpful and put them up at home as they hadn’t been taught how to identify them before.
frazert2
Code of Conduct Posters

Code of Conduct Posters

Everyone needs a little reminder about the roles of students, educators, and parents within our school community. Sometimes, our emotions get the better of us and we need to take a step back and gain some perspective about certain situations we find ourselves in. I created these three posters with this goal in mind. In this freebie file, you will find… 1 Code of Conduct poster about Teachers 1 Code of Conduct poster about Students 1 Code of Conduct poster about Parents Should you have any questions or comments about this product, feel free to email me at missmonica@iheartgrade3.com Have a great day!
missmonica1
Minutes Late to School / Lesson Poster

Minutes Late to School / Lesson Poster

Every minute counts! A great visual poster which could be displayed in class rooms / used for discussion during form time about the impact of being late to school / lessons.
morlem
A collection of four FREE Anti-Bullying Posters

A collection of four FREE Anti-Bullying Posters

This resource contains a collection of four FREE anti-bullying quote posters. All posters include copyright free images from www.pexels.com. I initially created our school for our school’s pink shirt day. Each day we posted a different poster in the school announcements leading up to our school’s Pink Shirt Day activities to promote messages of kindness. These images can be printed in A4 or A3 format for classroom use. If you use and like this resource please be kind and add a review :)
marisahoskins12
Whole School Report Format

Whole School Report Format

This is a school report format that is simple and easy to use ideal for mid year reports. An easy and time saving way for teachers to give feedback to parents at the end of each half term. Enjoy! Mr H
Jords89
EYFS: Characteristics of Learning(designed for website use)

EYFS: Characteristics of Learning(designed for website use)

A three page poster document designed to display the Characteristics of Effective Learning for a school website(can also be used on a classroom display) Posters included: Active Learning - Motivation Playing and Exploring - Engagement Creating and Thinking Critically This Foundation Stage set includes posters for both Nursery and Reception.
linman
Pupil Profile and Attitude Behaviour Assessments

Pupil Profile and Attitude Behaviour Assessments

Pupil Profile for KS2 pupils. Previously used with levels but can be adapted to Emerging/Developing/Secure/Greater Depth etc. Word format Also includes Attitude Behaviour Assessment. Great to discuss with parents and give evidence for SEN reviews.
orangedaisy86
Home School Book Pages - designed to fit A5 ringbinder

Home School Book Pages - designed to fit A5 ringbinder

Based on parent feedback relating to the kind of information they would like, this home/school book is designed with the special needs setting in mind. Particularly useful for children who are unable to tell parents about their day the pages are designed to fit in to an A5 ringbinder.
DrSeuss
Car Classroom Behaviour System

Car Classroom Behaviour System

This is a visual behaviour scheme that allows for Teachers to have a in class behaviour system that links with both visual and verbal communication. Every child is on the green car because they are ‘on track’, if they make a wrong choice, a verbal reminder to ‘check their engines’ can be given which is the yellow car. If they continue this behaviour or being disruptive in the class then they need a ‘pit stop’. The pit stop means that they reflect on their actions, but like in real life racing, they still have the ability to get ‘back on track’. Children respond well to this especially boys. The resource comes with two documents, one has the three coloured cars and the other document includes road signs to help explain each car. Enjoy! Mr H
Jords89