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Creative and innovative resources that meet the needs of every learner in every lesson. Why create numerous resources when one can do it all. Most resources are for geography lessons, but many are for whole-school too and cross over into numerous subjects.

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Creative and innovative resources that meet the needs of every learner in every lesson. Why create numerous resources when one can do it all. Most resources are for geography lessons, but many are for whole-school too and cross over into numerous subjects.
a list of 50 job interview question head of faculty department or teacher
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a list of 50 job interview question head of faculty department or teacher

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A long list of varied questions that I have been asked and used over my 15 years as a teacher and in to leadership. They will be really useful to get you thinking and to effectively prepare before the interview at any level, from your first teaching post through to leadership. I have been asked or asked all of these in one form or another.
assistant head teacher job interview deputy covering letter  SLT management senior post
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assistant head teacher job interview deputy covering letter SLT management senior post

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A letter outline that gives some ideas and structure as to how to construct a letter when making the transition to SLT. You will need to add your own experience and ideas, but should give you the basis of your covering letter. The more whole-school initiatives that you can add, the better. Remember to always look at the needs of the school that you are applying to and address those in your letter.
should the UK have left the EU european union
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should the UK have left the EU european union

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All the resources needed for a series of lessons (3 to 4) about Britain leaving the E.U. Students create a rough mindmap (using the info on the EU). Once completed they can create an extended piece of writing. At the end of the lesson, the class can have their own referendum. This lesson has been used as part of geography & SMSC and the kids loved doing it.
Deep Dive curriculum plan outline implementation OFSTED planning sequencing building
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Deep Dive curriculum plan outline implementation OFSTED planning sequencing building

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An editable resource that allows any departmental area to lay out a clear structure and sequence of learning. This is a superb way to demonstrate the building and intent of your course. It is easy to follow and demonstrate the key areas related to the new OFSTED framework. The example is a geography one, but it can be edited to incorporate the content of any subject area.
resources for secondary deep dive faculty prepare intent quality implementation OFSTED
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resources for secondary deep dive faculty prepare intent quality implementation OFSTED

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This is a range of editable resources that are brilliant to evidence the key areas relating to the new OFSTED frame work and subsequent Deep Dive questioning that Heads of Faculty will have to undertake. They cover most of the curriculum based questions and are a superb way to evidence all of the things that HoDs need to show. The resources will need your own T&L and content adding to them, but are a framework to a successful Deep Dive process and a fantastic starting point. Please contact me for further help and support. Resource 1: Rose Graph. Designed to show that leaders the providers have created a curriculum that is coherently planned and sequenced towards cumulatively sufficient knowledge and skills for future learning. It shows building and links between year groups and themes. Resource 2: National curriculum content. This resource enables a HoD to map out all of the Nation Curriculum coverage. OFSTED look for this in a curriculum design and plan. This demonstrates very clearly when all areas are covered and amount of NC coverage. Resource 3: Learning Journey. These are simple, but effective ways to demonstrate the path and direction of learning throughout a half term/term at KS3 or 4. They provide learners with this knowledge and demonstrate a clear end point. I normally end with a mini project type task/activity. e.g. create a board game. Resource 4: Assessment Mapping. This takes a little time, but is a great way to demonstrate that over the course of study, the teaching is designed to help learners to remember in the long term the content they have been taught. It shows that teachers and leaders use assessment well, is timely, used to check understanding and recall is thorough. Resource 5: Low stakes testing. This simple format is used (in conjunction with the assessment mapping grid) to make sure that learning from across all half terms is covered thoroughly. Resource 6: Homework ideas. This allows teachers to demonstrate how they are supporting learners to recover, recap and recall information. It has a section to add QR code links and why the student is undertaking this particular activity. Tasks are also designed to require little to no marking and to be fun and engaging. You will obviously use this same format for your subject area but it will need populating with your own subject materials.
whole year 7 8 scheme of work geography ks3
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whole year 7 8 scheme of work geography ks3

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This will save you hours of work. This is just an outline of possible lessons and it the actual lessons themselves. A full year 7 or 8 scheme of work. Most lessons in it are available to download separately. It is a fun and engaging geography scheme of work that promotes a real love of the subject.