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      WELCOME / NEW CLASS / FUN SIGNPOST - DISPLAY TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1 KS2

      WELCOME / NEW CLASS / FUN SIGNPOST - DISPLAY TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1 KS2

      Resources included on the disc are as follows: PDF files for you to print. A great signpost to display around your classroom or school. All the words shown on the picture are included – 20 in total. All signs are based around fun and learning. Chose to display just a few signs or all of them. You could make one signpost or several depending on the display area. Each sign is half an A4 in size landscape. You can print smaller by selecting options on the printer screen or photocopy them larger. Also includes display borders in stripes and spots, as well as a welcome bunting banner and patterned buntings, ‘have a great day’ sign and ‘well done, see you tomorrow’ sign.

      By hayleyhill

      VOICE LEVELS TEACHING RESOURCES DISPLAY EYFS KEY STAGE 1-2 BEHAVIOUR NOISE

      VOICE LEVELS TEACHING RESOURCES DISPLAY EYFS KEY STAGE 1-2 BEHAVIOUR NOISE

      Resources included are as follows: 15 PDF files for you to print. A range display materials to make an attractive display to remind children about their noise levels. A3 voice levels chart as seen on advertisement photo Extra large voice levels display – each level on an A4 sheet Large numbers to display around the room with matching pictures – great to put with different activities to indicate the noise needed in this area. Alternative version on posters for around the room with low ink capacity Small numbers for display Large letters to head display Long banner for title A4 title page Table top noise levels reminder Writing sheets to write about each noise level – great for all your class or for specific children Writing and drawing frames Display border Bookmarks for silent reading

      By hayleyhill

      Assembly EasyPlay for Tutors

      Assembly EasyPlay for Tutors

      An Assembly EasyPlay with Assembly links for PSHE, plus Assembly Quotes, and Values Assemblies Planning grid, and Dept Checklist, to add to the documents folder of your EasyPlay.

      By BigBill

      Auto Populate Attendance graphs for Attendance Assemblies - all form sizes - 8 workbooks to choose

      Auto Populate Attendance graphs for Attendance Assemblies - all form sizes - 8 workbooks to choose

      This is a simpler version of the attendance graph sheets, and contains 8 workbooks to choose from depending on the keystage, and form size. You will only need to input data on 1 sheet - 5 simple steps - all reports are easily available on your management information system, (Integris/SIMs etc) - 10 mins input per week. The difference is that it is new data each week, which means that the historic data wont need to be stored on this sheet. There is example data in the sheet already - just overwrite the data with your school's data. It works for any size school between 1 - 4 form entry - however, I will soon be posting specific version for different form entries which make the graphs tighter and below there are contact details for those that want a sheet that has varying classes per year group. Having used this in two large primary schools, it is an effective way of communicating and enthusing children about attendance, very easily in a weekly attendance assembly – just flick through the tabs. 1. It only requires about 10 minutes data input per week from an admin person – usually the attendance officer – from the weekly attendance report which is drawn from the schools, MIS (SIMs, Intergris etc). Simply input the data from attendance report into the graph data control spreadsheet and this populates the graphs. 2. It is effective in KS2 and KS1 3. The graphs are very visual for the children and they can easily see how their class compares to other classes and their year group. 4. There is a separate graph for weekly, termly and YTD comparisons for each – which updates automatically - all controlled by one page. 5. The element of competition for the children is visible and has a positive impact on the children’s attendance. 6. It helps to introduce an element of maths in assemblies on a weekly basis; children are reading graphs and comparing decimals with a purpose. 7. I have used it with incentives for the class and year group. We have had a mascot that the winning class gets to keep each week – and they then photograph the mascot learning with them throughout the week and report it back in the next assembly. 8. Additionally, when using this, I have changed the colours of the bars on the graph depending on whether the class and year group have met the school target – this s a five minute task – just double click the bar you want to change. I used Green, Yellow and Red. This can be used for a school: - where there are equal number of classes per year group, however I can adapt and design a bespoke spreadsheet upon request – jallen57.301@gmail.com - with up to a 4 form entry – again I can adapt upon request - in a small school it can be used for the whole school. - in larger schools I have found it better to duplicate the excel workbook and create 1 for KS1 and 1 for KS2

      By jack54

      Auto Populate Attendance graphs for Attendance Assemblies (easy to use - 5 simple steps)

      Auto Populate Attendance graphs for Attendance Assemblies (easy to use - 5 simple steps)

      This is a simpler version of the attendance graph sheets, where you will only need to input data on 1 sheet - 5 simple steps - all reports are easily available on your management information system, (Integris/SIMs etc) - 10 mins input per week. The difference is that it is new data each week, which means that the historic data wont need to be stored on this sheet. There is example data in the sheet already - just overwrite the data with your school's data. It works for any size school between 1 - 4 form entry - however, I will soon be posting specific version for different form entries which make the graphs tighter and below there are contact details for those that want a sheet that has varying classes per year group. Having used this in two large primary schools, it is an effective way of communicating and enthusing children about attendance, very easily in a weekly attendance assembly – just flick through the tabs. 1. It only requires about 10 minutes data input per week from an admin person – usually the attendance officer – from the weekly attendance report which is drawn from the schools, MIS (SIMs, Intergris etc). Simply input the data from attendance report into the graph data control spreadsheet and this populates the graphs. 2. It is effective in KS2 and KS1 3. The graphs are very visual for the children and they can easily see how their class compares to other classes and their year group. 4. There is a separate graph for weekly, termly and YTD comparisons for each – which updates automatically - all controlled by one page. 5. The element of competition for the children is visible and has a positive impact on the children’s attendance. 6. It helps to introduce an element of maths in assemblies on a weekly basis; children are reading graphs and comparing decimals with a purpose. 7. I have used it with incentives for the class and year group. We have had a mascot that the winning class gets to keep each week – and they then photograph the mascot learning with them throughout the week and report it back in the next assembly. 8. Additionally, when using this, I have changed the colours of the bars on the graph depending on whether the class and year group have met the school target – this s a five minute task – just double click the bar you want to change. I used Green, Yellow and Red. This can be used for a school: - where there are equal number of classes per year group, however I can adapt and design a bespoke spreadsheet upon request – jallen57.301@gmail.com - with up to a 4 form entry – again I can adapt upon request - in a small school it can be used for the whole school. - in larger schools I have found it better to duplicate the excel workbook and create 1 for KS1 and 1 for KS2

      By jack54

      D.I.R.T booklet/ exercise book insert

      D.I.R.T booklet/ exercise book insert

      A booklet/ exercise book insert for D.I.R.T with a process description for the students as well as tick boxes and areas for them to write. Simple and differentiated and can be made into a sticker to use in exercise books. I usually print out a few when marking!

      By LejlaKevric

      WHOLE SCHOOL - Learning Walk Policy & Feedback Grid Template - Teaching & Learning

      WHOLE SCHOOL - Learning Walk Policy & Feedback Grid Template - Teaching & Learning

      WHOLE SCHOOL - Learning Walk Policy & Feedback Grid Template - Whole school learning walk policy -learning walk feedback template Ideal tool to implement learning walks within a school/college the policy (which can be adapted to suit) outlines a clear and fair procedure around learning walks the feedback templates allows the learning walks to be constructive & developmental. the template gives clear feedback around what has been observed and helps to provide evidence around teaching & learning

      By merk90

      Book / Work Scrutiny Proforma - Whole School Departmental Leadership Tool

      Book / Work Scrutiny Proforma - Whole School Departmental Leadership Tool

      Book / Work Scrutiny Proforma - Whole School Departmental Leadership Tool -Book Scrutiny Template to be used to asses the quality of marking & assessment a excellent tool to provide quality feedback when looking at student work Termly, I ask subject leaders to bring a sample of books from their department to be looked at. This template is used to consistently look through work and provide feedback.

      By merk90

      British Values Pack

      British Values Pack

      This pack includes: Display resources - British values Union Flag title - Union Flags - Each British Value explained in 'child speak' Other - Ideas for classroom-based British Values promotion Visit my shop for more resources, including a full set of EYFS cards covering all age bands and ELGs! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/littlelearnersmail

      By littlelearnersmail

      SIP template 2017

      SIP template 2017

      A blank SIP template which can be easily edited to add targets for the percentage of KS2 children attaining Reading, Writing, SPAG, Mathematics age related expectations, greater depth or working towards. Also includes Year 1 Phonics screening % targets and Year 2 % teacher assessment targets for Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

      By ali30r