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Women Quiz 100 Years since the vote

Women Quiz 100 Years since the vote

2018 - International Women’s Day Quiz - 7 rounds and over 40 Questions. End of Term year quiz. (Could also be used as a Citizenship Assembly stimulus). This resource contains 1xPowerPoint 1x Student Answer Sheet (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!! 1 x Teaching & Learning guide to PSHE and Citizenship FREE and paid Resources Contains 7 Rounds: Guess the role model , Whats that item?, Name the event?, Matching up key terms and their definitions , Whats that number? and more… This Powerpoint contains 20+ slides with Quiz Questions about inspiring female role models and International Women’s Day. The Powerpoint is colourful and bright and can be used with students across the age ranges and includes a fun and engaging way to go through the answers. This PowerPoint could be used as a fun and engaging PSHE lesson about women
jonrobert22
Politics Quiz

Politics Quiz

NEW UK Politics Election Quiz - 7 rounds and over 40 Questions. End of Term Spring Quiz End of Term Year Quiz This resource contains 1xPowerPoint 1x Student Answer Sheet (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!! Contain 7 Rounds: Guess the logo, Who is that Politician?, Can you name the item?, Matching up Key words with definitions, Whats that number? and more…
jonrobert22
Percentages - Year 6, Key stage 2

Percentages - Year 6, Key stage 2

In this lesson, learners will be able to: recall and use equivalences between simple fractions, decimals and percentages, including in different contexts solve problems involving the calculation of percentages [for example, of measures and such as 15% of 360] use percentages for comparison Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 36 interactive pages
skoolmaths
Markbook Ultra - fully automated teacher markbook

Markbook Ultra - fully automated teacher markbook

Markbook Ultra is an incredibly powerful yet wonderfully simple automated markbook. How does it work? In brief, you enter the student’s raw marks for any assessment and the markbook uses sophisticated analysis to present you with all the data you’d want to see on an individual student or whole classes. Highlights: Store all of your classes (KS3-5) in one simple Excel workbook. Suitable for any subject area regardless of how or what you assess. Can be set to show up to five different assessment objectives. A simple dropdown menu switches the mark scheme for any KS4/5 class between GCSE (9-1), A Level or Pre-U. No need to use different workbooks for different types of grades! On the go analysis on individual students, each assessment or classes as a whole. One-click button (literally!) to bring up an analysis sheet detailing: Top and Bottom achievers in the class, Gender Gap, SEND compared to Non-SEND, and PP compared to Non-PP. One more click to print it… One click button to print a summary sheet for any student. This gives a breakdown of all assessments and their marks. Shows progress against targets and gives a graph of progress over time. Great for discussing at parents’ evening or with individual students. One click button to print all completed assessment data. Set your own grade boundaries in five quick presets or choose them individually for each assessment. KS3 markbooks can be switched between numerical levels and RAG rated strand systems. Again, it’s a single button click. Detailed ‘How to’ sheet that walks you through anything you’d want to do! All Macros work on PC and Mac. This workbook has been designed from the ground up to work anywhere.
toddbeamish
List of Jobs to delegate to find Teaching Assistant, support staff or work experience people

List of Jobs to delegate to find Teaching Assistant, support staff or work experience people

If you struggle to delegate or ask your support staff to do jobs as you feel bad here is a a list of weekly jobs you could ask them to undertake. A lot of support staff like to help and like to complete different tasks as it makes the day go quicker but also gives them a source of satisfaction. If you are a member of support staff you could use this list to give you ideas of what things you could ask to do to help out the teacher you are working with. My support staff are amazing at working their way through these jobs and it helps me out massively.
mrichmond82
Understanding Bullying - A Guide for Adults

Understanding Bullying - A Guide for Adults

This guide for adults is full of information for everyone to understand bullying. Reflection exercises enable you to think about your experiences in education and how the theory relates to your work. In this guide you will cover the following points: What is bullying? What are the different types of bullying? Who is involved in bullying? What are the signs of bullying? How widely spread is bullying? What are the possible difficult times? Who are the bystanders? Why should bullying concern schools? This guide is invaluable for teachers of all levels and experiences as we are never too young to learn!
sav11e
Calculating with Money - Year 3

Calculating with Money - Year 3

In this lesson, learners will be able to add and subtract amounts of money to give change, using both £ and p in practical contexts Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. Contains 32 interactive pages
skoolmaths
Reflective Learning Tool Versatile and Unique

Reflective Learning Tool Versatile and Unique

The resource preview is presented as a series of samples of permutations of how this self-reflective tool can be used. Full resource on purchase has the mastersheet within it. The ‘Head, Heart …’ tool has been uniquely developed by me as part of my educational practice over the last ten years as a creative consultant and outstanding classroom educator and training deliverer. A generic tool to use during or after any learning sequence for junior students right through the secondary years and any CPD that you deliver or mentoring that you do. It aims to help you and your students understand what they are learning, how they are feeling about their learning, what they would like to change about the learning and what they think will help them in their next or future learning experiences. Based on the whole learner experience, not just who they are in their heads today, the tool helps the teacher get a deeper understanding of who their learners are, how they are responding to learning and the teaching and how they are shaping their learning futures. Enables teachers or trainers to open discussions on emotional well-being, cognition and learning to learn as well as build resilience and manage expectations. Simple for students to engage with and quick to administer either as mini-plenaries or as end of lesson or end of learning sequence plenaries. Potential for building vocabulary to name and separate thinking from feelings and emotions and learn to assert and voice their experience to build increasingly positive experiences in the future. Ways to use the ‘Head, Heart …’ Self-Reflective Tool: • As a basis for ‘voxpops’ • Self-reflective tool • Quick tests of the ‘temperature’ of your teaching for your self-refection • Student voice • Building future learning/career aspirations • Advocacy for the skills used in English and English Literature • Plenaries and mini plenaries • Imagining the experiences of others (empathy work and understanding characters Who and what the tool is suited to: • Suits teachers and learners at KS2, KS3, KS4 and KS5 • Suits evaluation of CPD delivery • Suits anyone in a mentoring role
alisonwhitecreative
Early Years Literature

Early Years Literature

A range of early years articles and research focusing on pedagogy in early years within subjects. It includes some great case studies which can encourage your own personal development and subject knowledge. I've also included a power point I had to create for this module during my teacher training.
frazert2
Early Years Research

Early Years Research

A series of research articles all about pedagogy in the early years. Great to inform essays or your own development as a practitioner.
frazert2
Subject Self Assessment

Subject Self Assessment

A series of tables with learning intentions for core subjects with a thumb scale. Children colour in or circle the thumb which relfects how they think they did on the subject. Includes blanks tables for you to add lesson specific targets, great for lesson observations. With y2 and up I have used these as my success criteria,giving the children a blank table and they hand write the criteria from the board. At the end of the lesson the quickly self assess it.
frazert2
Writing Gothic + Mystery + Ghost Setting for Progress and Assess

Writing Gothic + Mystery + Ghost Setting for Progress and Assess

The learning mat for editing and the Improving Creative Prose grid will serve you for all your creative prose writing from Year 7 to Year 11 and the editing mat will also serve you for any transactional writing styles so, added to this assessment for KS3 creative prose, this bundle is a lovely addition to your generic toolkit as a teacher of writing. Full bundle to teach for progress and assess the writing of a chapter of a gothic/mystery/ghost story at KS3. Each resource is described fully individually as you visit the individual items in the bundle.
alisonwhitecreative