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Planning Perfection

Planning Perfection

Keep your planning simple and up to date with these 2 colourful templates. The lesson planning template has sections for the information that teachers really need. DIW - Did it work? What interruptions occurred to the lesson and what did you not get to? Most important, did they learn what you needed them to? The to-do list gives you a page for the week that lets you see at a glance what is coming up. It is not helpful to add more items n a to-do list than it is possible to complete so we have deliberately limited the number of spaces. And made room for some fun things.
WeTeachWell
TA/CA activity record planning sheet

TA/CA activity record planning sheet

I find that there is never enough hours in the day to communicate fully with your TA or CA. Therefore I have created an activity planning sheet. I plan an activity and communicate with my TA or CA, then during the activity, they will fill this sheet in. I feel that it helps when I mark and carry out my assessments. Additionally, this helps as I teach mixed reception and year one. I hope this benefits others.
missagoldsmith
Year 4 Australian Maths Curriculum Checklists

Year 4 Australian Maths Curriculum Checklists

FREE WITH CODE. This beautiful set of checklists will save you a lot of time when planning the Year 4 Maths Australian Curriculum. Included are the content descriptors for 'Number and Algebra', 'Measurement and Geometry' and 'Statistics and Probability'. Each strand also contains the elaborations for the content descriptors. Each page contains a checklist box with numbers 1-4 to show the terms of the school year.This resource allows you to organise your year and helps you keep track of what you have covered. This is an easy to use, ready to print resource that you will use all your teaching life. Hope you enjoy! Please leave a comment :) Teach Super.
teachsuper
The science of Santa

The science of Santa

A ppt of the science of Santa - great for numeracy across the curriculum, form time activities, or assembly etc.. Includes you tube links, BBC radio 4, and tasks for students to do,
wells8839
Report writer- free evaluation version

Report writer- free evaluation version

This is the Free restricted evaluation version of the report writing assistant that is available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/report-writer-11740848 The writing assistant allows you to automatically create report comments selected by a click from a series of user modifiable comments. Comments are organised into sections (opening, behavioural, progress, strengths, weaknesses, closing and 3 user defined categories with 18 comments in each section). Comments automatically update to insert the name and to match gender specific pronouns (he/she, his/her etc). Once written the comments can be copied and pasted into your own report packages and a file containing all the reports for your class set can be created. Suitable for all teachers at all key stages through suitable modification of the comments in the comment banks. This is an Excel file which uses macros to run, read the help sheet in the file to enable macros.
john_leather
Framework for Character Education

Framework for Character Education

This resource is a revised and updated version of ‘A Framework for Character Education in Schools’, first published in 2013. This revised Framework contains a Neo-Aristotelian Model of Moral Development, which attempts to demonstrate the pathways to Virtue Action and Practice. The new version of the Framework consolidates the Jubilee Centre’s work over the past 5 years and draws together the theory and practice of how character is caught, taught, and sought in schools. It has been shared with schools across the UK, many of whom have already adopted the Centre’s principles of character education, worked with the Centre, and actively develop their students’ character.
JubileeCentre1
English Student Voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

English Student Voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Are you thinking about re-designing your scheme of work/curriculum to be better suited to the students, but want your new designs to be evidence-based? Have you had significant differences between the attainment of boys and girls? If so, these resources are for you...! The questionnaire has been designed to cover different areas that might influence student's learning, such as motivation, engagement, challenge and support. Students will take around 5 minutes to answer 16 questions (a number to show how closely they agree with the statement (e.g., I work hard in lessons)), with additional space for things that should be kept/changed. Where this resource is different to others you may have seen is the analytical spreadsheet. When entering the numbers into the spreadsheet you will be able instantly see differences in attitudes between boys and girls within your subject area as they automatically populate a series of pie charts and calculate the differences between the genders. This could potentially save hours of sifting through all of the data and working out what it means! Furthermore, this prints out neatly into a report, so no cutting and pasting/typing up information. You could use this at the beginning and end of a year/end of a scheme of work, for a whole year group (up to 200 boys and 200 girls: though this can be edited) or just a class - the choice is yours. We are using the spreadsheet ourselves to assess the different attitudes that boys and girls may have towards e.g., revision, completing homework, engagement in lessons to allow us to target resources and strategies towards areas of weakness. As always, if you have any issues, or would like to amend the resource to better suit your school setting, do let me know: jonathanboyce@yahoo.com
jonathanboyce
Whole school student voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Whole school student voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Are you thinking about re-designing your scheme of work/curriculum to be better suited to the students, but want your new designs to be evidence-based? Have you had significant differences between the attainment of boys and girls? If so, these resources are for you...! The questionnaire has been designed to cover different areas that might influence student's learning, such as motivation, engagement, challenge and support. Students will take around 5 minutes to answer 16 questions (a number to show how closely they agree with the statement (e.g., I work hard in lessons)), with additional space for things that should be kept/changed. Where this resource is different to others you may have seen is the analytical spreadsheet. When entering the numbers into the spreadsheet you will be able instantly see differences in attitudes between boys and girls within your subject area as they automatically populate a series of pie charts and calculate the differences between the genders. This could potentially save hours of sifting through all of the data and working out what it means! Furthermore, this prints out neatly into a report, so no cutting and pasting/typing up information. You could use this at the beginning and end of a year/end of a scheme of work, for a whole year group (up to 200 boys and 200 girls: though this can be edited) or just a class - the choice is yours. We are using the spreadsheet ourselves to assess the different attitudes that boys and girls may have towards e.g., revision, completing homework, engagement in lessons to allow us to target resources and strategies towards areas of weakness. As always, if you have any issues, or would like to amend the resource to better suit your school setting, do let me know: jonathanboyce@yahoo.com
jonathanboyce
SEATING PLAN example - OFSTED approved.

SEATING PLAN example - OFSTED approved.

Show Ofsted and SLT you know your class with this Ofsted approved seating plan. The seating plan shows you how to detail all the vital information that Ofsted require. These are compulsory in a lot of schools.
kjh498
SEND Iceberg Analysis by @TeacherToolkit

SEND Iceberg Analysis by @TeacherToolkit

This is a great tool for using with staff as a discussion point with new learners with SEN needs. It works well in a staff meeting setting, where you can ask staff to work in pairs to brainstorm everything they know about the young person. It gets staff talking, especially if you ensure that you mix people up with someone they don’t normally work with. The benefit for the teacher is that they can then leave the meeting with their colleagues thoughts and strategies so that they can finish the SEN Support Plan. The benefit for all staff, is that they can hear how others perceive the young person.
rmcgill