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Completed threshold application

Completed threshold application

This is a successful, completed application submitted during the time there were external assessors. Some content was written in such a way as to be a red-flag to an external assessor, demonstrating that management bullying was involved in the rejection of the application. As expected, the head turned down the threshold, and an external assessor was sent out. Because of the evidence listed (read those parts carefully as they could be of use to you!), her decision was overturned.
slieber24
European Quiz for EDL

European Quiz for EDL

Various activites including 2 quizzes, map labelling, flag matching and colouring. I have used mine as part of our European Day of Languages work.
croquemadame
Let's Explore Europe quiz

Let's Explore Europe quiz

I cannot get all my classes onto computers to do the Europa quiz this year for EDL, so I have rewritten the quiz to accompany the A4 beige booklet that the EU people sent us. Hope it is on some use to someone! H
henriette
Marxism Exercise

Marxism Exercise

A quick introduction to concepts in Marxism getting students to play the roles of the proeltariat in a classroom factory. If you act the role of the factory owner then the feeling of injustice can really build.
sunnyramsgate
AS Politics - Elections module - Revision activities

AS Politics - Elections module - Revision activities

This is a collection of revision activities based around the Elections/electoral systems module of the AS British Government and Politics course. They surround the conduct of elections, voting behaviour, electoral systems, and debating points.
JoelSmith
Electoral Systems Revision activities

Electoral Systems Revision activities

This power point provides in depth templates for revision on the AS module topic or Voting Systems. It’s a good way for Students to condense their notes and break down what can be quite a complicated topic.
JoelSmith
Letter to Ed Balls

Letter to Ed Balls

A standard letter protesting against the new Assessing Pupil Progress. This can be copied and pasted, amended if required, and sent to Mr Balls at the following address: dcsf.ministers@dcsf.gsi.gov.uk
TrustTeacherstoTeach
usa primary elections 08 IT activity

usa primary elections 08 IT activity

IT activity with links to websites about usa primary elections pupils can answer questions on the sheet on the computer I will use it with a s1 and s2 modern studies class might be useful for politics classes downsouth
snowdrops