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Teaching & Learning Newsletter Template by @TeacherToolkit

Teaching & Learning Newsletter Template by @TeacherToolkit

Here are a collection of Teaching and Learning newsletter templates - published to the whole-staff only - once a fortnight. Ideas are sourced from current school practice, staff-voice and online forums. Feel free to use them as a template to create your own. Contact me @TeacherToolkit
rmcgill
Maths Mat

Maths Mat

I made this resource so that the SEN children whom I work with, could have a resource to refer to when they are working in class. It is suitable for all KS2 children.
Sarah6595
Visual timetable

Visual timetable

Visual timetable using writing with symbols pictures, Its in the shape of a caterpiller i printed it out onto green paper and it looked good enjoy
blue3
display banner

display banner

Useful when wanting a title for a display, notice or activity board - can be edited to increase/decrease size/colours/text and patterns. I found this useful a) I didn’t have to keep starting from scratch to create my banner and b) on tedious cutting out of letters to create them. Hope it’s useful.
suscie
How to make a FREE Podcast

How to make a FREE Podcast

This PDF file will show you and your students how to make a FREE podcast using free software: Audacity. It really is easy peasy, your students will love it and it has lots of uses in the classroom. For more fantastic art resources visit my TES store https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/paulcarney700
paulcarney700
Take one book

Take one book

I put this together for a workshop with the LSAs but it could be used for a parent workshop too. It is a set of easily prepared activities that can be done using a child’s reading book, hence the title!
welly elly
Self Assessment, AfL, Smiley Face Posters

Self Assessment, AfL, Smiley Face Posters

As part of Assessment for Learning many classteachers now encourage the children in their classes to assess their own work - have they achieved the lesson objective? Are they happy with their work, or could they do better? The ’smiley faces’ are for display and help reinforce the need to self assess. At the end of each lesson, the children can stamp (or draw) a face and then add the mouth. A smile, a straight line or a wiggly line (personally I don't like sad faces). If you like this resource, why not visit the Free Resource page on my website http://www.the-treasure-box.co.uk/Pages/FreeResources.aspx
thetreasurebox
Top tips for Engaging Struggling Students

Top tips for Engaging Struggling Students

A sheet crammed with tips for engaging students who struggle, either due to SpLD or purely find listening and following difficult. This can be used as a checklist for your teaching, regardless of the subject.
Sazo123