The Listeners - A complete Literacy Unit for Y6

The Listeners - A complete Literacy Unit for Y6

This is a complete literacy unit of 15 lessons aimed at Year 6 based on the poem The Listeners by Walter de la Mare. This is an amazingly rich piece of poetry and lends itself to some fantastic thinking, discussion, drama activities and creative writing. The resource contains a three week set of outline lessons plans learning objectives success criteria key teaching points to establish. lesson resources additional suggestions for cross curricular working. This will be of interest to you if you are teaching in Year 6 or in a mixed year 5 / 6 class, are new to Year 6 or are homeschooling your children.
TeachingRainbows
Primary School Maths Targets - Years 1 - 6

Primary School Maths Targets - Years 1 - 6

These 36 target sheets are designed to provide coverage of the maths curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2 in the UK but can be adapted to suit other curricula. They can be used at home or at school to provide a step by step approach to covering the different year group objectives, year by year. There are two complete sets provided; one has the year group printed on the top and the second set are simply numbered 1 – 36 with colours relating to the year group from which the targets are taken. Some educators prefer to clearly state which year group the targets are aimed at but other educators prefer to use them as a more individualised resource so that they children work at their own level and at their own pace. Some schools have found it a useful way of communicating the children’s attainment level in relation to national expectations to parents but other’s feel that this is detrimental to the child’s confidence. Structure and Organisation The targets are split into six year-groups with six sheets per year - one sheet per half term. This means that the average child would aim to complete one target sheet per half term throughout their school career; this is approximately one target per week. These can be used as homework tasks or in school tasks or as a weekly challenge for home schoolers. The colours relate to the year group from which the targets are taken • Red Year 1 • Yellow Year 2 • Blue Year 3 • Green Year 4 • Purple Year 5 • Turquoise Year 6 Each child is given the first target sheet at the beginning or year 1 and works through the targets one by one. For older children, select the target sheet with the most appropriate set of targets, and start from there. These targets were not designed as an assessment tool but they can be used to track progress if so desired. Assessment and Monitoring. There are four boxes provided at the end of each target. The first is to be completed by a friend in school, the second by a parent and the third by an adult in school. Schools may choose to use all or just some of these boxes. The aim is to reduce the work load for teachers and to empower parents to know what to work on with their child next. If used in connection with websites such as www.mathszone.co.uk or www.mathisfun.com parents can select activities to work on with their children or – for the more complex targets- they provide a good source of explanation about the mathematics involved. If groups of children are working on the same target, they can be tested together or testing can be done on a half termly basis or an individual basis.
TeachingRainbows
Year 6 - Maths Targets

Year 6 - Maths Targets

A set of 6 target sheets designed to provide coverage of the maths curriculum for Year 6 in the UK but which can be adapted to suit other curricula. Can be used at home or at school to provide a step by step approach to covering the different year group objectives. There are two complete sets provided; one has the year group printed on the top and the second set are simply numbered 1 – 6. Some educators prefer to clearly state which year group the targets are aimed at but other educators prefer to use them as a more individualised resource so that they children work at their own level and at their own pace. Structure and Organisation The targets are split into six sets for the year - one sheet per half term. This means that the average child would aim to complete one target sheet per half term which is approximately one target per week. These can be used as homework tasks or in school tasks or as a weekly challenge for home schoolers. Each child is given the first target sheet at the beginning of the year - or the target sheet that is most appropriate to their level of attainment - and should work through the targets one by one. These targets were not designed as an assessment tool but they can be used to track progress if so desired. Assessment and Monitoring. There are four boxes provided at the end of each target. The first is to be completed by a friend in school, the second by a parent and the third by an adult in school. Schools may choose to use all or just some of these boxes. The aim is to reduce the work load for teachers and to empower parents to know what to work on with their child next. If used in connection with websites such as www.mathszone.co.uk or www.mathisfun.com, parents can select activities to work on with their children. If groups of children are working on the same target, they can be tested together or testing can be done on a half termly basis or an individual basis.
TeachingRainbows
Year 5 - Maths Targets

Year 5 - Maths Targets

A set of 6 target sheets designed to provide coverage of the maths curriculum for Year 5 in the UK but which can be adapted to suit other curricula. Can be used at home or at school to provide a step by step approach to covering the different year group objectives. There are two complete sets provided; one has the year group printed on the top and the second set are simply numbered 1 – 6. Some educators prefer to clearly state which year group the targets are aimed at but other educators prefer to use them as a more individualised resource so that they children work at their own level and at their own pace. Structure and Organisation The targets are split into six sets for the year - one sheet per half term. This means that the average child would aim to complete one target sheet per half term which is approximately one target per week. These can be used as homework tasks or in school tasks or as a weekly challenge for home schoolers. Each child is given the first target sheet at the beginning of the year - or the sheet most appropriate to their level of attainment - and should work through the targets one by one. These targets were not designed as an assessment tool but they can be used to track progress if so desired. Assessment and Monitoring. There are four boxes provided at the end of each target. The first is to be completed by a friend in school, the second by a parent and the third by an adult in school. Schools may choose to use all or just some of these boxes. The aim is to reduce the work load for teachers and to empower parents to know what to work on with their child next. If used in connection with websites such as www.mathszone.co.uk or www.mathisfun.com, parents can select activities to work on with their children. If groups of children are working on the same target, they can be tested together or testing can be done on a half termly basis or an individual basis.
TeachingRainbows
Year 4 - Maths Target Sheets

Year 4 - Maths Target Sheets

A set of 6 target sheets designed to provide coverage of the maths curriculum for Year 4 in the UK but which can be adapted to suit other curricula. Can be used at home or at school to provide a step by step approach to covering the different year group objectives. There are two complete sets provided; one has the year group printed on the top and the second set are simply numbered 1 – 6. Some educators prefer to clearly state which year group the targets are aimed at but other educators prefer to use them as a more individualised resource so that they children work at their own level and at their own pace. Structure and Organisation The targets are split into six sets for the year - one sheet per half term. This means that the average child would aim to complete one target sheet per half term which is approximately one target per week. These can be used as homework tasks or in school tasks or as a weekly challenge for home schoolers. Each child is given the first target sheet at the beginning of the year - or the target sheet most appropriate to their attainment level - and should work through the targets one by one. These targets were not designed as an assessment tool but they can be used to track progress if so desired. Assessment and Monitoring. There are four boxes provided at the end of each target. The first is to be completed by a friend in school, the second by a parent and the third by an adult in school. Schools may choose to use all or just some of these boxes. The aim is to reduce the work load for teachers and to empower parents to know what to work on with their child next. If used in connection with websites such as www.mathszone.co.uk or www.mathisfun.com, parents can select activities to work on with their children. If groups of children are working on the same target, they can be tested together or testing can be done on a half termly basis or an individual basis.
TeachingRainbows
Year 3 - Maths Target Sheets

Year 3 - Maths Target Sheets

A set of 6 target sheets designed to provide coverage of the maths curriculum for Year 3 in the UK but which can be adapted to suit other curricula. Can be used at home or at school to provide a step by step approach to covering the different year group objectives. There are two complete sets provided; one has the year group printed on the top and the second set are simply numbered 1 – 6. Some educators prefer to clearly state which year group the targets are aimed at but other educators prefer to use them as a more individualised resource so that they children work at their own level and at their own pace. Structure and Organisation The targets are split into six sets for the year - one sheet per half term. This means that the average child would aim to complete one target sheet per half term which is approximately one target per week. These can be used as homework tasks or in school tasks or as a weekly challenge for home schoolers. Each child is given the first target sheet at the beginning of the year and should work through the targets one by one. These targets were not designed as an assessment tool but they can be used to track progress if so desired. Assessment and Monitoring. There are four boxes provided at the end of each target. The first is to be completed by a friend in school, the second by a parent and the third by an adult in school. Schools may choose to use all or just some of these boxes. The aim is to reduce the work load for teachers and to empower parents to know what to work on with their child next. If used in connection with websites such as www.mathszone.co.uk or www.mathisfun.com, parents can select activities to work on with their children. If groups of children are working on the same target, they can be tested together or testing can be done on a half termly basis or an individual basis.
TeachingRainbows
Year 4 Spelling Lists - Covering full Y4 curriculum

Year 4 Spelling Lists - Covering full Y4 curriculum

30 spelling lists for year 4. Well organised. Each spelling list covers a specific rule from the year 4 curriculum. Note, as the spelling curriculum for year 3 is merged with year 4, I have separated the spellings into two separate year groups. Each spelling has space for children to find out what the word means and then use the word in a sentence, so as they learn more about the word than just the spelling. Easy to use in class and can be used easily alongside spelling lessons/other resources for learning spellings. Also useful to help you identify spelling rules to teach. Sheets can be sent home to help children with learning their spellings. These have also been used for recap work in years 5/6. Children may need to recap the spelling work from year 3.
Squelch1
First Day of School Sign - First Grade - PowerPoint Editable

First Day of School Sign - First Grade - PowerPoint Editable

This resource is perfect for First Day of School. This file is printable. You can edit it according to your student needs! All rights are reserved. Having purchased this item, you are entitled to make copies of it for personal use or your classroom use only. Uploading this item on the internet (even for personal use) is also prohibited and breaches the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. In this event, the item will be recognised by search engines and its publisher identified. My sincere hope is that you will have found this product helpful! I welcome questions and queries about this or any other of my products. thewayofteacherjourney@gmail.com
batoolashraf20
Place Value to 1,000,000 - Year 5 key stage 2

Place Value to 1,000,000 - Year 5 key stage 2

This is an 56-pages interactive lesson for learners in year 5 on place value. In this lesson, learners will be able to read and write numbers to at least 1,000,000 and determine the value of each digit. The lesson contains 56 interactive pages with lots of independent drag and drop activities and instant learner feedback.
skoolmaths
Additions & Subtractions - Year 4 , key stage 2

Additions & Subtractions - Year 4 , key stage 2

This is an interactive lesson on additions and subtractions for year 4 learners. In this lesson, learners will be able to add and subtract numbers with up to 4 digits using the formal written methods of columnar addition and subtraction where appropriate. The lesson contains 39 interactive pages with lots of drag and drop independent activities for learners.
skoolmaths
Montessori Room Labels - Neutral Color

Montessori Room Labels - Neutral Color

Capture parent’s attention at parent education night or open house with these simple room labels that will blend with almost any style. These room labels for grown ups will help present your classroom with plenty of prepared labels. And because each Montessori environment is created by unique educators, there are plenty of blank labels for you to create labels as unique as your classroom. Room labels are perfect to help parents become oriented in the Montessori setting. They are also wonderful conversation starters! And how much easier could it be than print, cut, laminate? Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/marycarr51/?ref=bookmarks And Pinterest
MaryCarr51
Montessori Room Labels - Lemon Yellow

Montessori Room Labels - Lemon Yellow

Capture parents attention at your parent education nights or add some sunshine to an open house with these prepared Montessori Room Labels. These room labels for grown ups will help present your classroom with plenty of prepared labels. And because each Montessori environment is created by unique educators, there are plenty of blank labels for you to create labels as unique as your classroom Room labels are perfect to help parents become oriented in the Montessori setting. They are also wonderful conversation starters! And all you have to do is print, cut and laminate. Come along and follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/marycarr51/?ref=bookmarks And Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/bellamontessorimaryc/
MaryCarr51
Montessori Parent Night Room Labels - Autumn

Montessori Parent Night Room Labels - Autumn

Capture parents attention on parent education nights or brighten up an open house with room labels! This set is decorated with an autumn theme, it’s perfect for your first parent education night of the school year. These room labels for grown ups will help present your classroom with plenty of prepared labels. And because each Montessori environment is created by unique educators, there are plenty of blank labels for you to create labels as unique as your classroom Room labels are perfect to help parents become oriented in the Montessori setting. They are also wonderful conversation starters! And how much easier could it be than print, cut, laminate? And they can be used year after year. Thanks so much for considering my work!
MaryCarr51
Digital Teacher Planner - 2018/19 Academic Year (Interactive) - Taster Version

Digital Teacher Planner - 2018/19 Academic Year (Interactive) - Taster Version

INTERACTIVE TASTER VERSION First half-term SAMPLE version: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/digital-teacher-planner-2018-first-half-term-interactive-sample-version-11948776?theme=0 FULL version: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/digital-teacher-planner-2018-19-academic-year-interactive-11937717?theme=1 Features: Fully interactive PDF planner Works with any tablet & smart phone (use a tablet for the best and easiest experience) Use a stylus to write / draw on the planner (requires a suitable note-taking app) Easy-to-read / use layout with filofax design & calm, modern pastel colour theme ‘Home Page’ for personal details & helpful information / guidance showing how the planner works Left-side tabs navigate to Calendar & Monthly Views Right-side tabs navigate to ‘Home Page’, ‘Contacts’, ‘Expenses’, ‘Handy Tab’ & ‘Notes’ ‘Handy Tab’ features external hyperlinks to general & educational websites, hyperlinks to recommended note-taking apps & information, links & tips on lesson planning, assessment, differentiation etc ‘Calendar View’: displays entire calendar year with each month linked to the respective… ‘Monthly View’: features major holiday & religious events, links to previous / next month in the top corners as well as links to every… ‘Weekly View’: displays week number, link back to monthly view, major holiday & religious events, space to record the groups you are teaching during the week, handy notes section & links to each and every… ‘Daily View’: features links to every week number of the month (current week highlighted), link back to monthly view & handy ‘Notes’ / ‘Phone Calls’ / ‘To Do’ sections. In addition, the left page of each Mon-Fri view contains ‘Today’s Lessons��� where you can plan your lesson activities / ideas and the right view contains ‘Today’s Overview’ where you can record your plans before & after school, break / lunch time duties or indeed any detentions that you might have! If you are interested in purchasing the Digital Teacher Planner please click the link above! Thank you!
DigitalTeacherPlanner
Digital Teacher Planner - 2018/19 First Half-Term (Interactive) - Sample Version

Digital Teacher Planner - 2018/19 First Half-Term (Interactive) - Sample Version

Full interactive use from July to Oct 2018 (UK first half-term) The FULL version can be found at: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/digital-teacher-planner-2018-19-academic-year-interactive-11937717?theme=1 Full of interactivity throughout… from the tabs & external hyperlinks to the planner’s own navigation functions Features (Sample Version): Fully interactive PDF planner Works with any tablet & smart phone (use a tablet for the best and easiest experience) Use your Apple Pencil / stylus to write / draw on the planner (requires a suitable note-taking app) Easy-to-read / use layout with a filofax design & calm, modern pastel colour theme ‘Home Page’ for your personal details & helpful information / guidance showing how the planner works Left-side tabs to navigate to Calendar & Monthly Views Right-side tabs to navigate to ‘Home Page’, ‘Contacts’, ‘Expenses’, ‘Handy Tab’ & ‘Notes’ ‘Handy Tab’ features external hyperlinks to general & educational websites, hyperlinks to recommended note-taking apps & information, links & tips on lesson planning, assessment, differentiation etc ‘Calendar View’: displays an entire calendar year with each month linked to the respective… ‘Monthly View’: features all major holiday & religious events, links to the previous / next month in the top corners as well as links to every… ‘Weekly View’: displays the week number, a link back to the monthly view, all major holiday & religious events, space to record the groups you are teaching during the week, a handy notes section & links to each and every… ‘Daily View’: features links to every week number of the month (current week highlighted), a link back to the monthly view & handy ‘Notes’ / ‘Phone Calls’ / ‘To Do’ sections. In addition, the left page of each Mon-Fri view contains ‘Today’s Lessons’ where you can plan your lesson activities / ideas and the right view contains ‘Today’s Overview’ where you can record your plans before & after school, break / lunch time duties or indeed any detentions that you might have! If you are interested in purchasing the Digital Teacher Planner please click the link above! Thank you!
DigitalTeacherPlanner
OCR GCSE in Computer Science Component 1 (J276/01) student workbooks

OCR GCSE in Computer Science Component 1 (J276/01) student workbooks

These workbooks cover EVERYTHING outlined in the OCE specification for component 1 of the GCSE in Computer Science for OCR (J276/01) It includes the following workbooks: 1.1 System architecture 1.2 Memory and 1.3 Storage (combined into one workbook) 1.4 Wired and wireless networks 1.5 Network topologies, protocols and layers 1.6 System security 1.7 Systems software 1.8 Ethical, legal, cultural and environmental concerns Each PDF workbook includes theory, tasks and all the answers so you and your students are confident you are covering the specification. Ideal for classwork, as homework tasks and as self-study revision aids. They are written in student-friendly language which breaks down technical topics into easy to understand chunks making these workbooks perfect for students, NQTs and non-specialist teachers.
nwilkin
Lesson Plan Template - Visible Learning Inspired

Lesson Plan Template - Visible Learning Inspired

The Visible Learning lesson plan utilises John Hattie’s research to structure your lesson. Simple, effective, organised. The document is well formatted and structured. It explicitly states the goal(s), reasons for learning, and title of the lesson through the ‘We Are Learning To (WALT), This Is Because (TIB), and What I Am Looking For (WILF)’ headings. It fits neatly onto a one page document that can be filled out directly (without expanding the text boxes), or printed and written by hand. The Visual Learning Lesson Plan integrates assessment measures, or ‘Checks For Understanding’ (CFU), into its three activity slots. Some tips for formatively assessing your students are given at the base of the document. Considerations for student instruction are included in the far left column of each activity. The document includes ‘student focus’, ‘teacher focus’, and time frame columns in order to help teachers (especially beginners) organise, prepare and visualise their lessons. A ‘hook/do now’ section allows teachers to engage students and begin the lesson with discussions, activities, or videos in order to capture their attention. The Visible Learning Lesson Plan is designed for classes of roughly forty minutes to one hour, however the time frames can easily be adjusted by adding additional activity boxes. Simply copy and paste.
Kang_Guru
Our Ultimate EYFS Guide for New Staff and NQTs (school-specific and editable)

Our Ultimate EYFS Guide for New Staff and NQTs (school-specific and editable)

This is the ultimate guide to EYFS that I wrote to pass to our new staff as they arrived to help us understand our school. It’s very thorough and covers all key areas. Some parts are generic and others are school specific. I have highlighted the key parts to be edited in yellow, however, you would obviously need to read it all to ensure the information is relevant to your school. The guide is completely editable so you can make it relevant to your setting. The guide covers Staffing Duties and Responsibilities Behaviour Morning Activities Snacks Daily routines (morning, lunch, home, etc) Homework Communication with Parents Social Media Child Protection Classroom Set Up Displays Outdoor Environment Curriculum Themes Literacy (Phonics, guided reading, writing, letter formation, T4W) Investigative Maths Learning Through Play Timetables Planning Formats Assessment (observations, Tapestry) Moderation Inclusion Monitoring of Staff Training
nikkijmullen
Outdoor Play in EYFS Parent Workshop PowerPoint

Outdoor Play in EYFS Parent Workshop PowerPoint

As we know, outdoor learning in crucial in learning, especially for young children. This is a PowerPoint to use in a parent workshop about outdoor learning. It is ready to use but also editable. It includes Skills developed during outdoor learning Importance of outdoor learning Parent role in outdoor learning Practical activities to do outdoors with children
nikkijmullen
Removal of ability grouping - Powerpoint for staff meeting

Removal of ability grouping - Powerpoint for staff meeting

Ideal if your school is moving to the Mastery approach in maths or wants to adapt to teach the new curriculum effectively. Modern research indicates that ability grouping is actually damaging and caps progress. This powerpoint provides examples of evidence from the latest research and has notes for the presenter. Staff are encouraged to consider the impact of grouping and consider the alternatives. Good for SLT or class teachers who want to improve their practice.
mewxdls5
Guide to Computational Thinking for Parents and Teachers

Guide to Computational Thinking for Parents and Teachers

This is aimed at parents and teachers to help them understand the keywords and concepts in Computational Thinking. This professional quality presentation is ideal for parent workshops and professional training of primary teachers. Concepts covered include, Algorithms, decomposition, logic, patterns, abstraction and evaluation. (Basic Chinese is supplied to help Chinese parents, but can easily be removed)
james_abela
Effective classroom manager

Effective classroom manager

Effective classroom manager is research based text book for teacher’s and proprietors of schools. It was written to promote sound lesson delivery using tech innovations. Also with resource blends which tends to equip today’s teacher to master the skill sets for classroom management, parent Vs teacher winning team. How to assess an effective school and effective teacher. Get a copy now for a token and thank me later
rayosmall
Plenary Activity

Plenary Activity

Learners are asked to think about what they have learnt in the lesson and write down how they link with English, Maths, Employability, Equality & Diversity & British Values. Allows the learners to identify where these areas have been promoted and understand how they can be applied to any subject being taught, gets the learners to think in a wider range. Subjects can be taken out for the activity depending on the topics being taught.
annhendy
Digital Teacher Planner - 2018/19 Academic Year (Interactive)

Digital Teacher Planner - 2018/19 Academic Year (Interactive)

FULLY INTERACTIVE FOR THE 2018/19 ACADEMIC YEAR Have you seen the sample version? Try it for FREE here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/digital-teacher-planner-2018-19-academic-year-interactive-sample-version-11937819 Full of interactivity throughout… from the tabs & external hyperlinks to the planner’s own navigation functions (see below) Features: Fully interactive PDF planner Works with any tablet & smart phone (use a tablet for the best experience) Use your Apple Pencil / stylus to write / draw on the planner (requires a suitable note-taking app) Easy-to-read / use layout with a filofax design & calm, modern pastel colour theme ‘Home Page’ for your personal details & helpful information / guidance showing how the planner works Left-side tabs to navigate to Calendar & Monthly Views Right-side tabs to navigate to ‘Home Page’, ‘Contacts’, ‘Expenses’, ‘Handy Tab’ & ‘Notes’ ‘Handy Tab’: external hyperlinks to general & educational websites, hyperlinks to recommended note-taking apps & information, links & tips on lesson planning, assessment, differentiation etc ‘Calendar View’: displays an entire calendar year with each month linked to the respective… ‘Monthly View’ (13 months): features all major holiday & religious events, links to the previous / next month in the top corners as well as links to every… ‘Weekly View’ (58 weeks): displays the week number, a link back to the monthly view, all major holiday & religious events, space to record the groups you are teaching during the week, a handy notes section & links to each and every… ‘Daily View’ (398 days): features links to every week number of the month (current week highlighted), a link back to the monthly view & handy ‘Notes’ / ‘Phone Calls’ / ‘To Do’ sections. In addition, the left page of each Mon-Fri view contains ‘Today’s Lessons’ where you can plan your lesson activities / ideas and the right view contains ‘Today’s Overview’ where you can record your plans before & after school, break / lunch time duties or indeed any detentions that you might have! If you purchase the Digital Teacher Planner, we really hope you enjoy using it and we welcome any feedback / ideas to make it even better! Thank you!
DigitalTeacherPlanner
Growth Mindset Display

Growth Mindset Display

The idea of the display is to encourage students to change their vocabulary. The display is firmly based on the work of Carol Dweck and the idea of fixed and growth mindsets. The display is based on famous individuals who had growth mindsets and using their vocabulary to enhance the learning of the students and to encourage them to put in effort and to try. There is also an opportunity for a mistake and success board as seen in the picture as the central theme of the display, this is where you as a teacher can highlight both successful work and good mistakes. The idea being both really good work and work with lots of mistakes make it to the board, and the students see mistakes and successes as one and the same - There is an image attached to show how this works.
allred
Network topologies, protocols and layers for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

Network topologies, protocols and layers for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

Network topologies, protocols and layers student workbook This student networks workbook is ideal for students, non-specialist teachers, NQTs any anyone who wants to learn more about computer network topologies to gain confidence in the OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276) “1.5 Network topologies, protocols & layers” specification. Can be used in the classroom as a teaching aid, for self-study or as a revision tool. This 27-page PDF which covers the theory and includes ready-to-use tasks and even includes the answers. Table of Contents: Network topologies Star network topology Mesh network topology WiFi Frequency Channels Encryption Packet Switching Bandwidth Ethernet IP address MAC address Network Protocols TCP/IP HTTP HTTPS FTP POP IMAP SMTP TCP/IP model The 4 layers of network protocols Application layer Transport layer Internet layer Link layer
nwilkin
Wired and Wireless Networks for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

Wired and Wireless Networks for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

Wired and Wireless Networks Student Workbook This student networks workbook is ideal for students, non-specialist teachers, NQTs any anyone who wants to learn more about wired and wireless networks to gain confidence in the OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276) “1.4 Wired and wireless networks” specification. Can be used in the classroom as a teaching aid, for self-study or as a revision tool. This 29-page PDF which covers the theory and includes ready-to-use tasks and even includes the answers. Table of Contents: What is a network? Types of network Local Area Network (LAN) Wide Area Network (WAN) Factors that affect the performance of networks Bandwidth Number of devices Cable or wireless media Error rate Latency The different roles of computers in a client-server and a peer-to-peer network Client Server Peer-to-Peer The hardware needed to connect stand-alone computers to a LAN Stand-alone computer Network Interface Controller/Card Transmission Media Switch Router Wireless Access Points The internet Domain Name Server Hosting Cloud storage Local storage compared to cloud storage Cloud computing Security and ownership of data and software on the cloud Virtual Networks
nwilkin
Health and Safety form

Health and Safety form

Attached is a health and safety form that I make all of my DT staff read and sign. It is the principle document along with CLEAAPS information that is asked for by Ofsted upon arrival. When they ask the question 'Are all members of the department consistent in understanding the H&S requirements within their subjects/department?. I can then say confidently YES and I know this because its signed.
abiann123
Year 7 Maths Bundle

Year 7 Maths Bundle

This pack contains all year 7 programme of study directly mapped to the British National Curriculum and is designed for learners in year 7, key stage 3 (US 6th grade) Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 16 lessons
skoolmaths
Coordinates - Key stage 3 (US 6th - 8th grade)

Coordinates - Key stage 3 (US 6th - 8th grade)

This is an interactive lesson on coordinates for learners in year 7 - to year 9. In this lesson, learners will be able to apply coordinates in all four quadrants. The lesson contains 41 interactive pages with lots of drag and drop activities and instant learner feedback.
skoolmaths
Divisibility Rules - Key stage 2

Divisibility Rules - Key stage 2

This is an interactive math lesson for learners in year 4 and 5. In this lesson, learners will be able to learn the rules of divisibility for the numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, together with differentiated activities. Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 25 Interactive pages
rashidat
Multiply and Divide by 10, 100 and 1000 - Year 5

Multiply and Divide by 10, 100 and 1000 - Year 5

This is an interactive math lesson for year 5 learners. In this lesson, learners will be able to: multiply whole numbers and those involving decimals by 10, 100 and 1,000 divide whole numbers and those involving decimals by 10, 100 and 1,000 Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 52 Interactive pages
rashidat
Calculating with Money - Year 3

Calculating with Money - Year 3

This is a year 3 interactive lesson on money. In this lesson, learners will be able to add and subtract amounts of money to give change, using both £ and p in practical contexts. Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. Contains 32 interactive pages
rashidat
Read, Write and Calculate with Time - Year 3

Read, Write and Calculate with Time - Year 3

This is an interactive year 3 lesson on reading, writing, and calculating time. In this lesson, learners will be able: to tell and write the time from an analogue clock, including using Roman numerals from I to XII, and 12-hour and 24-hour clocks estimate and read time with increasing accuracy to the nearest minute; record and compare time in terms of seconds, minutes and hours; use vocabulary such as o’clock, am/pm, morning, afternoon, noon and midnight know the number of seconds in a minute and the number of days in each month, year and leap year compare durations of events [for example, to calculate the time taken by particular events or tasks] This lesson contains 77 interactive pages with lots of drag and drop activities and worksheet for extended work.
rashidat