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Arctic Clipart

Arctic Clipart

Arctic Clip Art Original Artwork 35 Colour png images - transparent backgrounds. 300 dpi Credit Required: Please credit Katqatresources with a clickable link somewhere in your pdf, blog, and anywhere the images are used. Without credit, I do not allow this use. The following uses are NOT allowed: -Selling product as is -Claiming product as your own -Redistributing graphics -Collage sheets -Digital Scrapbooking -Print on demand (ex. Zazzle, Café Press) -Mass Production -Using product in editable files such as .doc, .eps, .ai, etc. -Loading images to blogs & websites as is. This would allow anyone to right click and take the product. It must be part of a creation or design. If you would like to use these designs for mass printing please contact me on @katherinemtr Instagram. .
KatQatresources
Classroom Management Punch Cards

Classroom Management Punch Cards

Spring Activities Punch Cards: Motivate your students to achieve goals and good behavior with these fun and unique spring / summer theme punch cards. Your students will love the cute characters and they will be excited to earn a punch on their card. Use these cards for behavior management, skill proficiency, homework completion, accelerated reader, goal achievement or anything else you can think of. Easily Promote and Reward Positive Behavior • Students can earn a punch when clipping to the top of a behavior chart • Students can earn a punch when meeting a specific behavior goal • Students can earn a punch when they have done something respectful, helpful, or kind. Highly Motivating to Students Your students will love getting punches to fill up their cards. When their cards are full, they can earn a reward or privilege. Building up to these rewards can be motivating and rewarding for students. Teacher or Student Led You can give out punches when the student earns them or at the end of the day. You can also make it a classroom job to have another responsible student punch a card when asked. Build a Positive Classroom Culture • Promote the good choices and behavior that occur in your classroom on a daily basis! This product includes 9 unique characters: bees, flamingos, stars, crabs, flowers, hot air balloons, ladybugs and dog bones. There are 9 cards per page. To Print: Set your printer to “actual size” and print each page on cardstock in landscape orientation. Cut the cards apart using a ruler and an Exacto knife. Record an achievement by punching a hole or placing a sticker on an object. Each card has 7 objects to be punched. These are also perfect for PRACTICE LOGS for MUSIC CLASSES and LESSONS. Punch one object per day of practice - turn in at next lesson for a reward! This product is a PDF file and includes 6 full color printable pages. The cards are a standard business card size at 3” x 2.5”. Please read: This is a nonrefundable digital download. Please read the description carefully and examine the preview file before purchasing. © Copyright 2018 Little House Lessons. All rights reserved. Permission is granted to copy pages specifically designed for student or teacher use by the original purchaser or licensee. This is intended to be used by one teacher unless additional licenses have been purchased. The reproduction of any other part of this product is strictly prohibited. Copying any part of this product and placing it on the Internet in any form (even a personal/classroom website) is strictly forbidden. Doing so makes it possible for an Internet search to make the document available on the Internet, free of charge, and is a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
GracieRae
SEN Mind map - Auditory processing

SEN Mind map - Auditory processing

Auditory processing is a term used to describe what happens when your brain recognises and interprets the sounds around you. Humans hear when energy that we recognise as sound travels through the ear and is changed into electrical information that can be interpreted by the brain Mind maps can be used around schools, colleges, universities etc. Share with other professionals or use as classroom resources.
sheenataylor82
How to be a brilliant private tutor  - Everything you need to know about setting up as a tutor

How to be a brilliant private tutor - Everything you need to know about setting up as a tutor

Have you ever considered working as a private tutor? Maybe you have specialist knowledge of a subject or skill, or prior teaching experience? If so, tutoring could be for you. the demand for private tutors across all subjects and age groups is growing. With the option of flexible working patterns and the opportunity to share enthusiasm for a subject you love, tutoring can be an appealing choice of career, or a source of extra income. This book offers a wealth of practical insights and strategies, including: How to set up as a private tutor Working for a tutoring agency Finding tutoring work Planning and preparing tutoring work Giving feedback Assessing students’ progress Working with students with additional learning needs Teaching study skills Teaching reading and writing skills across subjects Overcoming common difficulties This is the PDF format of the book. An e-book version for Kindle is also available on Amazon. Published by Crooked Steeple, 2018.
CrookedSteeple
Gap Analysis

Gap Analysis

This is a Gap Analysis Excel Spreadsheet that enables you to type in each student’s mark for each question in an assessment/review etc and it will automatically total and grade each student. There is also the capability of automatically producing written feedback to each student and identifies the gaps in their knowledge based on the outcome of their scores. You can change it very simply to fit whatever you need and is a quick and efficient way of identifying gaps and showing your gap analysis for every class you teach.
andymorrison25
The TA's Pocket Guide Pack

The TA's Pocket Guide Pack

This bundle includes the first five books in my Teaching Assistants Pocket Guide Series: The TA’s Pocket Guide to Growth Mindsets The TA’s Pocket Guide to Questioning The TA’s Pocket Guide to Feedback The TA’s Pocket Guide to Differentiation The TA’s Pocket Guide to AFL Each book is around 100 pages, covers ten chapters and includes dozens of strategies and techniques you can use to support the learners you work with inside and outside the classroom. The bundle comes with a 20% discount! It’s like getting five books for the price of four.
mikegershon
The TA's Pocket Guide to AFL

The TA's Pocket Guide to AFL

The Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide to Assessment for Learning is the fifth book in my Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide Series. What exactly is assessment for learning and how does it work? Why should assessment for learning be an integral part of any teaching assistant’s practice? And what can you do to make sure assessment for learning has a positive impact on all your learners? In the Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide to Assessment for Learning join Mike Gershon, bestselling author and expert educator, as he takes you on a practical, down-to-earth tour of AFL. Inside you’ll find the answers to all your questions about Assessment for Learning – as well as a host of practical strategies and techniques you can use to support learners and develop yourself professionally. This easy-to-use, expertly written guide is perfect for the busy teaching assistant who wants to help their pupils and improve their practice. Chapters Include: What is assessment for learning and how does it work? Eliciting Information Opening Up Success Criteria Self-Assessment Peer-Assessment Series Introduction: The ‘Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide’ series developed out of Mike’s desire to give teaching assistants across the country a set of practical, useful books they could call on to help them in their work. Having worked with teaching assistants throughout his teaching career and knowing full well the hugely positive impact they can have on learners in a whole variety of different classrooms, he thought it was high time there was a series of books dedicated to supporting them in their working lives. Each volume in the series focuses on a different aspect of teaching and learning. Each one aims to give teaching assistants a quick, easy way into the topic, along with a wide range of practical strategies and techniques they can use to support, guide and develop the learners with whom they work. All of the books are designed to help teaching assistants. Each one goes out of its way to make their lives easier, and to help them develop professionally. But, crucially, the ultimate aim of each book is to give teaching assistants the tools they need to better support the learners they spend their time working with. The whole series is written with the classroom in mind. This is a collection practical of books for what is a practical job.
mikegershon
The TA's Pocket Guide to Differentiation

The TA's Pocket Guide to Differentiation

The Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide to Differentiation is the fourth book in my Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide Series. What is differentiation and how can teaching assistants personalise what they do in the classroom? How does differentiation affect learners? And what different things should teaching assistants do to ensure their differentiation has the best impact possible? In the Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide to Differentiation join Mike Gershon, bestselling author and expert educator, as he takes you on a practical, down-to-earth tour of the subject. Inside you’ll find the answers to all your questions about differentiation – as well as a host of practical strategies and techniques you can use to support learners and develop yourself professionally. This easy-to-use, expertly written guide is perfect for the busy teaching assistant who wants to help their pupils and improve their practice. Chapters Include: What is differentiation? Essential Techniques for Personalising Learning Scaffolding Strategies Differentiating Your Questions Increasing the Level of Challenge Series Introduction: The ‘Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide’ series developed out of Mike’s desire to give teaching assistants across the country a set of practical, useful books they could call on to help them in their work. Having worked with teaching assistants throughout his teaching career and knowing full well the hugely positive impact they can have on learners in a whole variety of different classrooms, he thought it was high time there was a series of books dedicated to supporting them in their working lives. Each volume in the series focuses on a different aspect of teaching and learning. Each one aims to give teaching assistants a quick, easy way into the topic, along with a wide range of practical strategies and techniques they can use to support, guide and develop the learners with whom they work. All of the books are designed to help teaching assistants. Each one goes out of its way to make their lives easier, and to help them develop professionally. But, crucially, the ultimate aim of each book is to give teaching assistants the tools they need to better support the learners they spend their time working with. The whole series is written with the classroom in mind. This is a collection practical of books for what is a practical job.
mikegershon
The TA's Pocket Guide to Feedback

The TA's Pocket Guide to Feedback

The Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide to Feedback is the third book in my Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide series. Why does feedback matter? How can you make sure the feedback you give learners has the biggest impact possible? And what can you do to help your learners understand the value and power of feedback? In the Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide to Feedback join Mike Gershon, bestselling author and expert educator, as he takes you on a practical, down-to-earth tour of the subject. Inside you’ll find the answers to all your questions about feedback – as well as a host of practical strategies and techniques you can use to support learners and develop yourself professionally. This easy-to-use, expertly written guide is perfect for the busy teaching assistant who wants to help their pupils and improve their practice. Chapters Include: Why does feedback matter? What makes good feedback? Verbal Feedback Techniques Giving Written Feedback Feedback Troubleshooting Series Introduction: The ‘Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide’ series developed out of Mike’s desire to give teaching assistants across the country a set of practical, useful books they could call on to help them in their work. Having worked with teaching assistants throughout his teaching career and knowing full well the hugely positive impact they can have on learners in a whole variety of different classrooms, he thought it was high time there was a series of books dedicated to supporting them in their working lives. Each volume in the series focuses on a different aspect of teaching and learning. Each one aims to give teaching assistants a quick, easy way into the topic, along with a wide range of practical strategies and techniques they can use to support, guide and develop the learners with whom they work. All of the books are designed to help teaching assistants. Each one goes out of its way to make their lives easier, and to help them develop professionally. But, crucially, the ultimate aim of each book is to give teaching assistants the tools they need to better support the learners they spend their time working with. The whole series is written with the classroom in mind. This is a collection practical of books for what is a practical job.
mikegershon
The TA's Pocket Guide to Questioning

The TA's Pocket Guide to Questioning

The Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide to Questioning is the second book in my Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide Series. What makes a good question? What can we do to raise the quality of the questions we ask in the classroom? And how can we ensure our questioning helps learners to learn as much as possible, and to think in creative and critical ways? In the Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide to Questioning join Mike Gershon, bestselling author and expert educator, as he takes you on a practical, down-to-earth tour of the subject. Inside you’ll find the answers to all your questions about questioning – as well as a host of practical strategies and techniques you can use to support learners and develop yourself professionally. This easy-to-use, expertly written guide is perfect for the busy teaching assistant who wants to help their pupils and improve their practice. Chapters Include: What’s in a question? Opening Up Learner Thinking Getting Past ‘I Don’t Know’ How to Get Better Responses Creative Questioning Techniques Series Introduction: The ‘Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide’ series developed out of Mike’s desire to give teaching assistants across the country a set of practical, useful books they could call on to help them in their work. Having worked with teaching assistants throughout his teaching career and knowing full well the hugely positive impact they can have on learners in a whole variety of different classrooms, he thought it was high time there was a series of books dedicated to supporting them in their working lives. Each volume in the series focuses on a different aspect of teaching and learning. Each one aims to give teaching assistants a quick, easy way into the topic, along with a wide range of practical strategies and techniques they can use to support, guide and develop the learners with whom they work. All of the books are designed to help teaching assistants. Each one goes out of its way to make their lives easier, and to help them develop professionally. But, crucially, the ultimate aim of each book is to give teaching assistants the tools they need to better support the learners they spend their time working with. The whole series is written with the classroom in mind. This is a collection practical of books for what is a practical job.
mikegershon
The TA's Pocket Guide to Growth Mindsets

The TA's Pocket Guide to Growth Mindsets

The Teaching Assistant’s Guide to Growth Mindsets is the first book in my Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide series. What’s the difference between a growth mindset and a fixed mindset? How do growth and fixed mindsets influence pupils’ attitudes to learning? And what can you do to help pupils move from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset? In the Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide to Growth Mindsets join Mike Gershon, bestselling author and expert educator, as he takes you on a practical, down-to-earth tour of growth mindsets. Inside you’ll find the answers to all your questions about growth mindsets – as well as a host of practical strategies and techniques you can use to support learners and develop yourself professionally. This easy-to-use, expertly written guide is perfect for the busy teaching assistant who wants to help their pupils and improve their practice. Chapters Include: What is a growth mindset? How can you help learners build a growth mindset? What sort of language is good for promoting growth mindsets? How can you help learners to keep going when learning gets tough? What can you do to help learners see mistakes as a useful part of learning? Series Introduction: The ‘Teaching Assistant’s Pocket Guide’ series developed out of Mike’s desire to give teaching assistants across the country a set of practical, useful books they could call on to help them in their work. Having worked with teaching assistants throughout his teaching career and knowing full well the hugely positive impact they can have on learners in a whole variety of different classrooms, he thought it was high time there was a series of books dedicated to supporting them in their working lives. Each volume in the series focuses on a different aspect of teaching and learning. Each one aims to give teaching assistants a quick, easy way into the topic, along with a wide range of practical strategies and techniques they can use to support, guide and develop the learners with whom they work. All of the books are designed to help teaching assistants. Each one goes out of its way to make their lives easier, and to help them develop professionally. But, crucially, the ultimate aim of each book is to give teaching assistants the tools they need to better support the learners they spend their time working with. The whole series is written with the classroom in mind. This is a collection practical of books for what is a practical job.
mikegershon
The Housemistress/master SURVIVAL GUIDE - Full editable pack!! 33 files!!

The Housemistress/master SURVIVAL GUIDE - Full editable pack!! 33 files!!

The Housemistress/master SURVIVAL GUIDE - Full editable pack!! 33 files!! This pack is perfect if like me, you start as a Housemistress or Housemaster and need a bunch of templates and ideas. This resource includes PDF samples of each template to see final result but also an editable template of each version. I usually use the Pacifico or Comic font. Each resource is easily adaptable, you just need to print it or add the name of your students. This resource includes: Boys/girls sign out sheet Daily register Daily door weather template + suns and clouds (to check tidyness of rooms and I use it for respecting bedtimes too) Duty rota sheet with explanation Individual door signs Tea time sign up sheet Birthday poster list Leaving the school premises authorisation slips Room plans Daily routine poster Emergency contacts poster Mutual written contract (try to have the students write it themselves first before signing it) I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on a particular slide or activity, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much. @EloCamden
MllePierre
3 Top tips for: Effective Collaborative Learning

3 Top tips for: Effective Collaborative Learning

For new teachers looking for ideas on how to promote collaborative learning in their classroom. 3 tops tips to spark some ideas and getting students thinking. Tip 1 - Ideas to promote Collaborative Learning: Jigsaw Tip 2 - Group Generator and Creating Roles for Collaborative Learning Tip 3 -Questions to Focus, stretch and challenge during group work
monroe84
Teacher Training: Questioning tactics.

Teacher Training: Questioning tactics.

I planned this for a UNHCR (UN Refugee agency) session I was leading as our school supports a local refugee school with annual teacher training opportunities. It explores some basic principals for questioning and moving thinking on. It will be helpful for teachers just starting out or anyone wanting to refresh their own practice in this area. It includes: Learning Triads to allow the pupils to focus on their topic of learning and reflect through discussion. What questions should I ask and when should I ask them? Open and closed questioning How should I respond to questions and answers? Quick tips Resources included
monroe84
Intervention Attendance Log sheet + SOW for personalised learning

Intervention Attendance Log sheet + SOW for personalised learning

A template to keep a record of student attendance, engagement and progress made in each session. An excellent way to document progress and behaviour for learning and to help build a pattern linking the two together. A tool for small group teaching and one to one in any subject. A template to also document learning taking place and planned next steps for small group teaching and one to one.
lherzog310
Primary School Drama Policy

Primary School Drama Policy

A complete drama policy for your primary school, with guidelines on strategies, implementation, differentiation and evaluation. This policy includes everything you’ll need to create and maintain a drama syllabus in your primary school. Also includes suggested resources, websites and other sources for support and additional information. If you like this resource and found it useful, please take a minute to leave a positive review. Thanks everso!
AliJC
Classroom Tools Mega Bundle

Classroom Tools Mega Bundle

All the classroom tools you need to manage your classes! From amendable AFL and Dirt Time materials to target setting, behaviour management and rewards, seating plans and laying down your classroom rules. All these classroom tools can be used in any subject and many are particularly useful for Tutor Time too. Loads more classroom tools and whole school materials at my shop: EC RESOURCES
EC_Resources
Whole School Socratic Questioning -display or mobile

Whole School Socratic Questioning -display or mobile

Really useful when extending students’ thoughts about a subject and equally good during observations when you need to show you’re extending students’ thinking by analysing more deeply. For the mobile: print it off in colour, cut up, attach the image of the brain at the top of the mobile, hole punch the question tags and attach them to their specific red banner. Or just use it for a display that is near your board so you can refer to it repeatedly in lessons. Suitable for all year groups and all curriculum areas.
chirpyandcheerful
Whole School Target Setting Resources

Whole School Target Setting Resources

For use in any department. Suitable for NQTs or new HODs who might not have a resource bank at hand. The pack includes: • Peer Assessment WWW and EBI (with tick/cross SPaG grid) • Individual Learning Plan templates with suggested targets (for the front of exercise books • Improving spelling grid at the end of each half term • Student Voice Survey x 2 • Termly Target Setting Sheet (including Teacher’s Comment section) • SWOT analysis template
chirpyandcheerful
TSP Episode 001 | Finding free resources

TSP Episode 001 | Finding free resources

The very first episode of the Team Science Podcast! Here we talk with science and maths resource creator Primrose Kitten about how she came to be one of the most popular online content and revision material creators in the UK.
teamscienceedu
Student Self-Evaluation and Feedback Slips

Student Self-Evaluation and Feedback Slips

This resource enables students to reflect on what they have covered and express what or how they are thinking about the new information. Exit Slips easily incorporate writing into the content area classroom and require students to think critically. Exit slips easily incorporate writing into many different content areas. Furthermore, the Exit Slip strategy is an informal assessment that will allow educators to adapt and differentiate their planning and instruction. These Exit Slips can either be put into student portfolios and/or stuck into class notebooks alongside the lesson. These Exit Slips ask students for feedback on their lesson, what they have learned, if extra support is needed etc. Exit slips can be used for all subjects.
PollyPuddleduck
Life Goals! A motivational and interactive workbook

Life Goals! A motivational and interactive workbook

This workbook has been designed as an interactive, thought provoking and interesting guide to life for those disenfranchised students that need that extra motivation and support in school and designed by a school SENCO. It has 14 pages packed full of questions, activities, puzzles and tasks, all designed to make students question, what am I doing this for? It can be used with students who have been removed from mainstream lessons/placed in an isolation room, students that have arrived on a placement from another school, or even just to help students look at what they want their future to be! It has been highly successful in it’s current setting, and works best when a student is working individually, or as part of a group with teacher facilitation, it gives an opportunity for you to learn more about a student, what motivates them, makes them tick, and what you can do to support them where perhaps others are currently failing. Designed as a running document with fun rest breaks in between, student feedback has been overwhelmingly positive! Especially the equipment Maze!
MrSidneyStringer
Praise Award

Praise Award

Just add your name and remove the blank line, print it onto coloured card, date and sign and it’s ready to go!
chirpyandcheerful
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
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
AFL : AFL Template for Lessons

AFL : AFL Template for Lessons

AFL Template for Lessons 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
Multiple atmospheric clip art drawings

Multiple atmospheric clip art drawings

From butterflies to pirate ships, and from castle ghosts to countryside grasses, this plethora of little pictures offers windows onto real life, past and present, through lively, imaginative designs. Approximately 20 images.
katewilliams_poetry
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
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
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
20 Whole School Plenaries, Starters and Mini-Plenaries

20 Whole School Plenaries, Starters and Mini-Plenaries

Here are 20 tried and tested starters, plenaries and mini-plenaries that are ready to go. Please note they are suitable for any curriculum area at Key Stage Three and Key Stage Four and even Primary School lessons . All you have to do is transfer them to your own Powerpoint or IWB presentations. Some need you to add a statement to one or two, or add the heading of your lesson or the date.
chirpyandcheerful