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Tracking/Assessing Science in Key Stage 2 Booklet with guidance

Tracking/Assessing Science in Key Stage 2 Booklet with guidance

Based on the interim assessment framework for Science, this tracking document is designed for pupils and teachers to use together to identify where children are emerging, developing or have embedded each objective from the framework. Each area is colour coded for ease of use and the chunky objectives have been broken down. Once an objective has been taught, pupils can self assess and teachers can add their own judgement. I held a competition to design a front cover for my own school to engage the pupils in using it.
emilycherrill
Science Key Objectives Assessment Grids Years 1 - 6

Science Key Objectives Assessment Grids Years 1 - 6

The Science Key Objective Assessment Grids, uses Excel to provide data for each pupil and overall progress for each class on those: • Achieving objectives independently; • Achieving objectives, with adult support; and those • Not achieving objectives Ideal for Heads of School, Subject Leaders or individual Teachers looking for a simple, systematic approach to assessment for learning. The data will provide information on areas of development in; the delivery of lessons; the class learning environment; the scaffolding used in lessons to promote independent learners; the need for additional resources; and necessary SEND assessment or provision. You can purchase individually for £5 per year group - or as a whole bundle.
Busychad
Science Key Objectives Assessment Grid - Year 6

Science Key Objectives Assessment Grid - Year 6

The Science Key Objective Assessment Grid, uses Excel to provide data for each pupil and overall progress for each class on those: • Achieving objectives independently; • Achieving objectives, with adult support; and those • Not achieving objectives Ideal for Heads of School, Subject Leaders or individual Teachers looking for a simple, systematic approach to assessment for learning. The data will provide information on areas of development in; the delivery of lessons; the class learning environment; the scaffolding used in lessons to promote independent learners; the need for additional resources; and necessary SEND assessment or provision.
Busychad
Electricity Basics pack

Electricity Basics pack

This pack includes three lesson plans, templates for cut-outs, worksheets for students and extension ideas. A complete 2-3 session plan to introduce KS2 to the basics of circuits and electrical safety. I have tried and tested these in a STEM Club and can attest to the suitability and timings, plus my students have all really enjoyed the activities!
hafriends
Science Key Objectives Assessment Grid - Year 4

Science Key Objectives Assessment Grid - Year 4

The Science Key Objective Assessment Grid, uses Excel to provide data for each pupil and overall progress for each class on those: • Achieving objectives independently; • Achieving objectives, with adult support; and those • Not achieving objectives Ideal for Heads of School, Subject Leaders or individual Teachers looking for a simple, systematic approach to assessment for learning. The data will provide information on areas of development in; the delivery of lessons; the class learning environment; the scaffolding used in lessons to promote independent learners; the need for additional resources; and necessary SEND assessment or provision.
Busychad
Grade 9 CIE Checkpoint Revision #2

Grade 9 CIE Checkpoint Revision #2

Grade 9 Semester 1 Revision!! Extension from G8 CIE Checkpoint Revision #1 with replacement of 25 questions that cover grade 9 physics and chemistry topics Highly recommended for G10 and 11 as well!
peterkhaizarul
Winter or Christmas Diorama DT Challenge

Winter or Christmas Diorama DT Challenge

A great end of term activity for the final week of term 2. I have used this challenge with various KS1 and KS2 classes. Obviously, the support varies. For younger children just creating the scene was enough and they needed more premade elements e.g. printed characters etc. For older children the Further suggestions became requirements. Children could work in pairs/groups/individually. They were great to display and get parents in too. Caution: if using school circuits you will need to brief children beforehand that they will need to dismantle that part of their diorama - this usually meant the circuitry was added to the background rather than within the display.
joymears