Sport Dance scheme of work

Sport Dance scheme of work

Year 8 or 9 scheme of work based around a 6 week term. Designed to incorporate popular sport and less commercialized sports with dance, further broadening the participation of boys in dance. This scheme of work also gives pupils the opportunity to combine pervious knowledge with dance.
andreagreenhalgh
(More) P4C Starter Information

(More) P4C Starter Information

Following on from my previous resource upload (which has some guidance for teachers wanting to implement P4C in their school, but who may not have training) here is some further help. There’s another (I think, more informative) booklist, a National Geographic photographic stimulus and some extra guidance on assessing and questioning. Hope it helps! Feel free to PM me if you have any questions.
milliebear
GTP Standards evidence

GTP Standards evidence

Just a list of what evidence you may want to include in the standrds. I would personally also add a lot of personal information how you met each standard by looking in the standards booklet you recieved at the beginning of the course.
John boy
English and Maths Table Mat - A3

English and Maths Table Mat - A3

This is something I made as a general resource for my Year 3 children to use. I have combined English and Maths resources that I thought would be useful at the time. I think I may change the English section in the future to use the VCOP structure.
IPWhite
Teachers TV: Exploring personalised learning

Teachers TV: Exploring personalised learning

Mike Baker and Sheena McDonald explore what personalised learning really means, and how it will affect teachers and students in schools. Shadow schools minister Nick Gibb believes that it is a great idea in theory, but impossible to deliver in practice. Dawn Taylor from the DCSF disagrees, detailing the government funding made available to enable schools to deliver personalised learning. Clarissa Williams, president of the NAHT, welcomes the government’s emphasis on personalised learning, arguing that involving children in the design of their learning equips them with a vital life skill.
Teachers TV
Teachers TV: Good To Outstanding - David Pollicutt

Teachers TV: Good To Outstanding - David Pollicutt

Sydney Russell School rates secondary English teacher David Pollicutt as ‘good’. As part of our challenge, we bring in top inspector Clare Gillies to assess one of David’s Year 8 lessons. The inspector’s feedback after David’s lesson on characterisation in Great Expectations highlights some clear areas for improvement. He’s then off to the clinic to get some one-to-one CPD advice from our English advisor Sabrina Broadbent to work on pedagogy and some help from our voice and communications expert Ulrika Schulte-Baukloh. David then has just three weeks back in the classroom to put their advice into action before the inspector returns to observe a second lesson and deliver her final verdict. Will David make the grade? Will he raise his game sufficiently to go from ‘good’ to ‘outstanding’?
Teachers TV
TDA Event for ITT

TDA Event for ITT

In February and March the TDA held a series of events for ITT providers to support the development of their 14-19 diploma provision. The Diploma Development Partners (DDPs) Representatives for the first ten diploma lines offered consultancy days providing information and a chance for discussion on individual lines of learning. The presentation on each diploma line can be accessed below. Coming up in April is consultancy on the next four lines of learning to be taught in schools starting this September: Public Services Travel & Tourism Sports and Active Leisure Retail Business If you would like more information or would like to attend these events to be held in Manchester on 15th April and London on 23rd April please contact Sue Holland on sue.holland@tda.gov.uk The feedback from the events held so far has been very positive with delegates stating it was helpful and informative as well worth attending.
ttrb