A full scheme of work including Medium Term Plan and a week by week breakdown for Computing in Year 3. This is everything that you would need to deliver computing for the year. Units: Research Building computer games (Scratch) Creating pictures Databases Simulations Logo Presentations Recording and editing audio
This is a story mountain planner - one blank, one filled in. The idea is that the 5 boxes that follow the mountain shape should help children when they’re planning and writing a story to write effectively. It encourages children to look at the beginning, the build up, the problem, the resolution and the ending, giving them a few questions to consider for each area to help them. I’d say that this is suitable for all of KS2 and into KS3.
A comprehensive but simple to follow assessment tool to assess children’s attainment against the expected outcomes for Spring of White Rose Maths Scheme for Reception: Alive in 5, Growing 6, 7, 8 and Building 9 and 10. The assessment is easy to follow, with step by step instructions and questions, with all resources needed to assess children’s understanding of number recognition, counting, composition, comparing and sorting as well as comparing size, length, weight and capacity. This assessment is ideal to use with children who have been in school but also who have been learning at home through the White Rose home learning videos as it covers all areas of learning that have been covered. This makes it a perfect baseline assessment for those returning to school after lockdown. This assessment pack includes: Individual assessment record to record individual answers Instructions for carrying out the assessment Links the questions to the appropriate Development Matters statements for easy tracking Number, amount and sorting cards to carry out the activities Group assessment record Update: A member contacted me via TES to ask me to create black dot number/matching cards with cognitive load in mind. I’m always happy to take requests for changes or new resources, these have now been uploaded.
A weekly powerpoint to meet the objectives for the second week of Alive in 5 for the first week of the Spring term. The powerpoint is literally a step by step guide to the full week with interactive activities. Notes are added for you for anything you may need to know. This is literally everything that you need to be able to teach and deliver the week 2 of this phase.
This is a powerpoint presentation (which can be printed obviously) that has 6 word problems for division and multiplication, aimed at Y3/4. The 6 problems/questions are repeated 3 times to give 3 different levels of questions for differentiation starting with higher ability, then middle, then lower.
A weekly powerpoint to meet the objectives for the wfirst week of Alive in 5 for the first week of the Spring term. The powerpoint is literally a step by step guide to the full week with interactive activities. Notes are added for you for anything you may need to know. This is literally everything that you need to be able to teach and deliver the week 1 of this phase.
A couple of different planning formats for planning for weekly topics in the Early Years. Personally, I complete one of these each for Literacy and Maths, sometimes Topic if we’re having a heavy topic week. Includes the planning of intended learning outcomes/statements, resources, continuous provision area enhancements etc. A separate format includes more detail if you do split inputs with the use of a TA. A pretty comprehensive yet simple plan that allows you and all staff within the classroom to know what’s going on that week in the main areas of learning, as well as in provision.
A weekly plan and powerpoint to meet the objectives for week 7 of Autumn term of White Rose Maths. This is Week 1 of Phase 2: It’s Me 1, 2, 3! The weekly plan includes links to the development matters statements to show coverage across the week. The powerpoint is literally a step by step guide to the full week with interactive activities. This is literally everything that you need to be able to teach and deliver the week 1 of this phase.
This is a maths/numeracy lesson for a Year 2 class. The learning objective is to find the difference between amounts of money. There are five lots of worksheets for different ability groups as my class has a higher LA and lower LA as well as for MA and a HA group.
This is a word file document that has a weekly plan for the first week of the summer term. The plan is based on Beast Quest book 2 - Sephon and the genre is stories set in an imaginary world. Each day gives the learning objective and success criteria, whole class work, group work and plenary. Some of the LOs include: Use descriptive language to write a setting description. Plan a story based on a mythical creature and setting. Up Level our own writing.
LO: To compare and contrast hospitals before Florence, after Florence and today. A lesson plan for a year 2 class looking at Florence Nightingale and the improvements and changes that she made in nursing and hospitals. This is part of a 4 week Information Text block where the children are writing an information booklet about Florence Nightingale. I've uploaded other lessons for this block/activity.
A 6 unit scheme of work for Computing in the Foundation Stage.
A full scheme of work including Medium Term Plan and a week by week breakdown for Computing in Year 6. This is everything that you would need to deliver computing for the year. Units: Film Making Multi-modal presentations Podcasting Research and awareness Spreadsheets Game building (scratch)
A simple planning map for enhancements within Continuous Provision in a Early Years classroom. Includes a pdf version ready to print and an editable word file to allow you to change the areas to suit your classroom. A simple map that clearly shows the planned enhancements for the week, which you can also include the intended learning outcome/DM statement in. Simple but effective.
Full Scheme of Work to deliver Computing across the full Primary phase, including EYFS. Includes an overview mind map for each unit of work, as well as weekly breakdowns to ensure teachers have all they need to deliver the Computing curriculum effectively. Each year group is available to purchase separately, this is a discounted bundle for the full Primary phase but there is also EYFS/KS1 and KS2 available to purchase as bundles.
The attached document has assessment sheets for recording ability and progress in each of the 5 phases of the Letters and Sounds phonics scheme. Each section can be printed a number of times until you have one for each child at the phase they’re doing. They can then be used to assess their ability at that phase. Each assessment sheet covers areas such as: grapheme-phoneme correspondence, oral blending, oral segmenting, reading nonsense words, decodeable and tricky high frequency words (reading and spelling), spelling from spoken words, letter formation etc. as appropriate for each level.
A full scheme of work including Medium Term Plan and a week by week breakdown for Computing in Year 2. This is everything that you would need to deliver computing for the year. Units: Instructions Circuits Digital stories Internet and e-safety Pictures Questions and answers Makey, Makey
A highly detailed improvement plan template that is designed to be an ongoing working document that allows you to fully document not only your identified areas of improvement but also improvements that you have made. The document is broken down into the four Early Years areas from Ofsted: Effectiveness of Leadership and Management, Quality of Teaching, Learning and Assessment, Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare and Outcomes for Children. Each area is then broken down into priorities, which are then split into smaller, more bite-sized targets that will allow you to meet that priority and improve that focus area. Each target gives you the opportunity to be highly detailed in who will meet that target, by when and how and also gives opportunity for evaluation. It is a working document that is colour coded to show progression over time in each area. It also has two additional sections to help plan and demonstrate management: a Continuous Professional Development Plan where you can detail the plans for different levels of staff and also parents and then keep a record of CPD and also a schedule for the year for various tasks such as supervisions, appraisals, parent, child and staff voice gathering, parents evenings, parent workshops etc. to help plan these so that they happen in a manageable way. This document has been through Ofsted inspection where it was highly praised. I have left a number of early workings on the document to give suggestions for priorities, targets and the other boxes that are there to support the improvement plan but these can be removed or adapted with ease.
A training session designed and delivered in a PVI nursery setting, although it applies in any EYFS setting. The powerpoint takes staff through: What is an observation Why we do observations and why they’re important, linked to and explained through the Framework Comparison of different observations of the same moment to evaluate quality Effective observations by documenting context, adult interaction, child response, adult response and next step - detailed explanation with examples of how to include these where appropriate There are then a few slides to set out the expectations of planning and observations in your This training session would take approximately 30 minutes.