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Y6 SATS Preparation Bundle

Y6 SATS Preparation Bundle

This bundle contains three useful resources to help you prepare your pupils for the Y6 SATS/end of KS2 assessments, plus a bonus poster for the classroom wall. 1: Reading Question Generator: a highly-rated revision resource providing 100 practice questions for the reading test! You can focus on a particular area to revise or use this as a random question generator. 2. SPAG Question Generator: a popular revision resource providing 100 practice questions for the grammar, punctuation & vocabulary test. You can focus on a particular area to revise or use this as a random question generator. 3. SATS Presentation to Parents: an editable Powerpoint to be used in your information meeting with parents and carers, explaining all about the Y6 SATS. 4. A bonus poster with a little rhyme to help pupils keep calm about the SATS!
KS2History
Social Story - Moving to Reception Class

Social Story - Moving to Reception Class

This is a social story I wrote for a nursery child to read over the summer holidays, to familiarise themselves with their new environment. You can amend it to your child / environment / issues / needs. The circles at the top are for the hole punch. Laminate the story back to back and hole punch and tie the top. This can then be given to the child and hung up in the environment.
Jazbi
basic counting (numeracy) and coin recognition

basic counting (numeracy) and coin recognition

Numeracy worksheet for students struggling to grasp counting multiple units. This resource is useful with a range of ages and educational contexts - - Nursery/Primary/Secondary to focus on numeracy skills and/or coin recognition - Special Educational Needs - preparation for adulthood and acknowledging the value of different coins.
gwhiting7
Personal emergency evacuation plan (SEND)

Personal emergency evacuation plan (SEND)

The personal emergency evacuation plan is to plan for emergencies like fires and how you will get a child with SEND out of a fire if it happens, the steps you need to take and what needs organised prior to limit the time taken.
sarahwhitneystead
Teaching Assistant's Survival Kit - BUMPER PACK OF USEFUL RESOURCES!

Teaching Assistant's Survival Kit - BUMPER PACK OF USEFUL RESOURCES!

This is the Teaching Assistant's Survival Kit - a bumper bundle of resources and information useful for all teaching assistants, new and experienced, primary and secondary. This kit contains 21 different resources. Begin by reading the powerpoint 'Teaching Assistant's Survival Kit Overview and Instructions' which outlines how to use each resource. Kit contains: Overview and Instructions Powerpoint. Task Management Boards Storyboards. Various Essay Planning Templates. Pupil Writing Checklist. Maths Mat or useful Maths facts. Ten Games to practise topic-specific and general vocabulary. Narrative bookmarks to aid reading comprehension. Times Tables fortune tellers - an activity pupils of all ages love. Working in a group powerpoint, discussion and poster - useful when delivering interventions or doing any group work. Plenary Dice - prompts to lead discussions about learning. Phonics / Visual letter recognition games - snap and pelmanism. Information booklet about how to support pre-reading skills. Information booklet about supporting reading skills. Information booklet about supporting spelling, punctuation and grammar. Learning Self-Audit Profile to support students' independence. Blank wordsearch grid. Information Sheet and activity for students about revision and examination technique. Oral Presentations planning sheets and self-evaulations for students. Goal Setting Template to support students to work towards goals.
CrookedSteeple
Using numbers in the everyday world.

Using numbers in the everyday world.

Using numbers in the everyday world. This includes worksheets and interactive whiteboard resource. To teach the mathematical concepts of numeration in the everyday world. It is a hands on activity, which has an in-built comprehension section. It has worksheets which can be printed out, laminated and used to reinforce the learning. It was developed for special needs students, and is suitable for younger mainstream students. The resources teach numeration in the everyday world when using a mobile phone, using PayPass / contact less paying systems and travelling on bus. The bus resource is for NSW but can easily be adapted for wherever you live. There is a work sheet for reinforcement of learning regarding the numerals 0 - 9
pearp
Returning to school after encephalitis. Guidance for school staff

Returning to school after encephalitis. Guidance for school staff

The long-term prognosis for children after encephalitis varies considerably. In some instances, children come through the illness with little or no consequences. In others, children have considerable life-long difficulties or appear to have recovered well, but their future learning and personal development are affected. Returning to school after encephalitis is a very important step in the child’s recovery from encephalitis, in terms of both their social and educational reintegration. However, sometimes returning to school is a continuous battle to get the right services for the child at the right time. This guidance aims to help school staff understand that encephalitis changes lives and that their support is essential in helping the child and their family have an enjoyable and successful return to school. The guidance covers information about encephalitis and the difficulties that may result from it. Various specific needs are described individually for clarity but of course their combined effect must be considered with care. There is also advice about how school staff can plan and implement the provision needed to meet the child’s needs. We hope that this guidance is useful, but schools will also require specific and detailed information about the child that is their concern. Teachers need to take great care and consideration in helping fellow pupils understand the child’s needs so the risk of bullying and social isolation is minimised. In all circumstances, deciding how best to meet the needs of a child with acquired brain injury (ABI) is often complex and demanding—information and decision-making need to be very explicit, evaluated and passed on with care. A summary of this guidance (Returning to school after encephalitis. Guidance for school staff. A summary) is also available on our website or can be requested from our office (mail@encephalitis.info or 01653699599). With the ever increasing workload in school, we understand that teachers have limited time, therefore such summary guidance can be useful for an overview on encephalitis and its impact on learning before the more in depth knowledge discussed in the full guidance is required.
alina14
'Supply Teacher's Survival Kit'  BUMPER BUNDLE OF RESOURCES

'Supply Teacher's Survival Kit' BUMPER BUNDLE OF RESOURCES

This is the Supply Teacher's Survival Kit - everything you need for supply work in both primary and secondary schools. Nineteen resources which can be used in all subjects and age groups! A great time saver and ensures you are prepared in those classrooms that lack resources or when no work has been left. Begin with the 'Instructions and Overview' powerpoint which explains all of the resources and how to use them. The Survival Kit includes: Instructions / overview of how to use each resource. Task management boards. Maths Mats. Times table fortune tellers. Plenary dice. Code Wheels. Ten Vocabulary Games. Blank Wordsearch Grid. Ten Teaching Activities. Group work presentation and poster. Plenary Question Cards. Peer feedback templates Oral presentation feedback templates. German Who wants to be a millionare? Quiz for covering MFL lessons. French powerpoint and quiz for covering MFL lessons. Writing checklist. Essay planning sheet. Storyboard templates. Teaching for neurodiversity information and checklist.
CrookedSteeple