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Summer Picture Quiz of Famous People 2018!

Summer Picture Quiz of Famous People 2018!

This is a picture quiz of famous people, suitable for all age groups. Print the pictures off and put them around the room. Students can then move around in their quiz teams and write down who they think the famous people are on their answer sheet. It’s a no hassle quiz to tackle the last lessons before the holidays and all the correct answers are included within the resource.
bethgrace2312
Gap Analysis

Gap Analysis

This is a Gap Analysis Excel Spreadsheet that enables you to type in each student’s mark for each question in an assessment/review etc and it will automatically total and grade each student. There is also the capability of automatically producing written feedback to each student and identifies the gaps in their knowledge based on the outcome of their scores. You can change it very simply to fit whatever you need and is a quick and efficient way of identifying gaps and showing your gap analysis for every class you teach.
andymorrison25
End of Year Party!!

End of Year Party!!

Everything you need for an end-of-year class party: Letter/note home Party food list Some songs for party games PDF and Word formats available.
Lresources4teachers
Mail merge marking guide/instructions and template

Mail merge marking guide/instructions and template

Mail merge marking can drastically speed up your marking/feedback workload whilst remaining completely individualized. These resources include: A step-by-step guide on how to format and layout your Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and feedback template on Microsoft Word for mail merge marking. A ready to use feedback template on Microsoft Word. A PowerPoint presentation explaining how to carry out mail-merge marking, which can be used in staff training.
davidpereira89
Whole Class Marking & Feedback Generator

Whole Class Marking & Feedback Generator

Dramatically reduce your marking time! Use this feedback generator to automatically assign comments, targets and questions to students. From my experience you can create personalised feedback sheets for a whole class in apporxiamtely 15minutes. If there are any issues, please let me know and I will be available to help you. Instructions have been added, even though it should be fairly self explanatory.
snuddin123
Print your own Teacher Planner 2018-2019

Print your own Teacher Planner 2018-2019

I created this planner as I couldn’t find one that included everything I wanted. I have printed it out and put mine in a ring binder laminating the title pages for each section. There are 459 pages in total to be printed double sided however it is a fully editable document so you can take out anything you don’t want and add in anything that you want. Parts included are: Title pages Year at a glance page Time table Lesson planner pages Monthly goals pages Water and exercise trackers Weekend pages Parents evening and meeting pages Student details and class details pages including a mark tracker and homework tracker Notes pages I hope you like it as much as I do
ljane16
Outstanding Session Plan Templates eLOGIC

Outstanding Session Plan Templates eLOGIC

Designed by a PGCE/Cert Ed lecturer to support the ever-developing teacher, whoever they may be. The templates were designed with FE teachers in mind but can easily be adapted for use by HE and Secondary teachers especially. The templates use the new eLOGIC (Bullen, 2018) model to structure the session, and the full session plan includes the use of colour coding to help you to keep on top of all of the elements you include in your outstanding session. Contains: 5 minute session plan based on eLOGIC model Full session plan based on eLOGIC model A rationale explaining how to use the full session plan template. All Word.docx files
tina97
Target Setting and Review Document

Target Setting and Review Document

As part of my teaching, I try to have one 1 to 1 meeting a year with students, or following major tests. Students and I discuss the targets and what they have done well, as well as what they need to do to 'move to the next level’ This is very good for parents evening and spotting patters, as well as getting students to reflect on their own learning. I have uploaded the .docx file so you can make changes to any of the questions that you wish.
PaperAirplane
CPD Workshop Activity: Team Review

CPD Workshop Activity: Team Review

Team Review Workshop is an activity ready-made for any team meeting. You can run in virtually any situation. It helps you build a shared understanding within a team about what’s working well, areas in need of improvement and areas of opportunity. It’s a great way to get a team ready to do some positive action planning. There’s very little facilitation involved as it’s easy for people to grasp what they have to do and why they’re doing it. It’s transparent, democratic and a great stimulator of conversation within the group. Dotmocracy, the method used for prioritization of the resulting themes, is a popular technique for voting within groups using dot stickers. It’s also known as “dot-voting”, “multi-voting” or “voting with dots”.
gstrong
Parent View and Parent Voice Support

Parent View and Parent Voice Support

Parent View Questions in Excel, Word and a Word analysis template to do your own version internally. You would also be able to review any changes over time with secure evidence to judge changes in school culture.
gstrong
Five Whys CPD- A tool for quickly getting to the ‘root causes’

Five Whys CPD- A tool for quickly getting to the ‘root causes’

A CPD tool for quickly getting to the‘root causes’ of an issue before developing solutions. A great team-builder because it gets the group’s buy-in as part of the process Objectives To help the team understand all the causal factors that have a bearing on an issue / problem (i.e. fix the real problem rather than treating the symptoms
gstrong
Science Report Comments

Science Report Comments

264 different science comments for your reports. Create your report comments quickly this year by choosing the right comment to suit each child, one from each section. There are enough comments to create different personalised paragraphs of comments for a whole class of 30 children. Written for the whole of KS2 no specific comments about curriculum content only learning aptitudes and general areas covered. A summary of content is also provided to remind you of the topics covered in science by your year group to further personalise the reports. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paste these thoughtful comments to create personalised and admired reports. Differentiated 13 sections 6 comments in each, different for 3 ability groups. Also 30 next steps included, differentiated into 3 ability groups. Total of 264 different comments. High Quality Use these high quality comments, covering: Attitude General Knowledge Speaking and Listening Learning New Concepts Group Work Equipment Observations and Experiments Predictions Fair Tests Measuring, Data and Recording Findings Conclusions Written Work Asking Questions Easy to Use They all come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are shown with 3 stars so you just have to find and replace, to insert names. Also… You might be interested in these other handy end of year resources: General Report Comments 320+ English Report Comments 280+ Maths Report Comments Report Comments MEGA BUNDLE Why not visit My Shop for more useful primary resources.
Teachallenjoy
Year 6 Writing Evidence - Scheme of Learning

Year 6 Writing Evidence - Scheme of Learning

This writing bundle is designed to support children in demonstrating the skills required by the Interim Assessment Framework for 2017. It currently includes 2 short units of writing (Narrative and a Balanced Argument) is assumed at this point in the year that the children have been taught the skills required, but revision opportunities are offered in the scheme. The units do not need to be taught as a series or in a particular order and can be viewed as single tasks. Equally, lessons can be spread over more than one day to support the children. All example texts have been written to demonstrate the skills and grammar required by the Interim Assessment Framework. This bundle has been designed to help collect further evidence to support year 6 teacher judgments against age related standards. It also includes a heavily structured editing lesson that explicitly teaches the children how to edit and improve their own writing.
TeachersBreakTime
SMSC Audit Staff Training

SMSC Audit Staff Training

Useful for anyone who is asked to do audit and staff training on SMSC. You will need to change some of it for your setting, but it will give you an idea of how to map SMSC across the school. I have used various resources from the web and therefore can not claim ownership of everything on here.
lettielee
Interactive and Digital Mark Book - replace paper mark books at the back of planners

Interactive and Digital Mark Book - replace paper mark books at the back of planners

The ‘i-Mark Book’ is designed to replace the paper mark books at the back of teacher’s planners. This Excel Spreadsheet allows you to input the names, details and information of your students alongside up to 6 assessments per Year. You can then use the built-in tools to compare target grades to results, explore the success of significant groups and examine flight paths to influence your future lesson planning. The information displayed allows you to quickly and effectively summarise student’s achievement and progression which in turn can be used to decide on current academic progress of individual students. You can see which students are under-performing and detail this against specific classes, teachers or learning topics. You can quickly access who has under-performed and who still owes you assesssments. This information can be an ideal discussion point for line management meetings and can be used as evidence of student tracking as well as being a solid record of student’s achievements. The i-Mark Book also helps to discuss achievement at parents evenings. The i-Mark Book is designed to track one cohort and their progression through either one academic year, the entire of KS4 or through Sixth Form, but not different classes from multiple Year Groups. You can track the performance of up to 10 classes (up to 250 students). You may decide to setup one copy of this tool for each class, or it may be preferable to setup one copy for an entire Year Group. Once purchased you can distribute to all department and all members of staff for the whole school to use. This sale comes with a unique version for KS4, Sixth Form and for a single year group (for use with Year 7 and 8).
harmar85
Year 7 Transition Data Form

Year 7 Transition Data Form

Template used effectively to gather information regarding year 7 transition from Primary to Secondary School. Completely editable but a tried and tested format that works very well. Could be adapted for Sixth Forms/Colleges. Included all important SEND information
Thomaswilson
The Housemistress/master SURVIVAL GUIDE - Full editable pack!! 33 files!!

The Housemistress/master SURVIVAL GUIDE - Full editable pack!! 33 files!!

The Housemistress/master SURVIVAL GUIDE - Full editable pack!! 33 files!! This pack is perfect if like me, you start as a Housemistress or Housemaster and need a bunch of templates and ideas. This resource includes PDF samples of each template to see final result but also an editable template of each version. I usually use the Pacifico or Comic font. Each resource is easily adaptable, you just need to print it or add the name of your students. This resource includes: Boys/girls sign out sheet Daily register Daily door weather template + suns and clouds (to check tidyness of rooms and I use it for respecting bedtimes too) Duty rota sheet with explanation Individual door signs Tea time sign up sheet Birthday poster list Leaving the school premises authorisation slips Room plans Daily routine poster Emergency contacts poster Mutual written contract (try to have the students write it themselves first before signing it) I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on a particular slide or activity, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much. @EloCamden
MllePierre
3 Top tips for: Effective Collaborative Learning

3 Top tips for: Effective Collaborative Learning

For new teachers looking for ideas on how to promote collaborative learning in their classroom. 3 tops tips to spark some ideas and getting students thinking. Tip 1 - Ideas to promote Collaborative Learning: Jigsaw Tip 2 - Group Generator and Creating Roles for Collaborative Learning Tip 3 -Questions to Focus, stretch and challenge during group work
monroe84
Teacher Training: Questioning tactics.

Teacher Training: Questioning tactics.

I planned this for a UNHCR (UN Refugee agency) session I was leading as our school supports a local refugee school with annual teacher training opportunities. It explores some basic principals for questioning and moving thinking on. It will be helpful for teachers just starting out or anyone wanting to refresh their own practice in this area. It includes: Learning Triads to allow the pupils to focus on their topic of learning and reflect through discussion. What questions should I ask and when should I ask them? Open and closed questioning How should I respond to questions and answers? Quick tips Resources included
monroe84
Fun Short Animation Project

Fun Short Animation Project

There are only few weeks left in this academic year and you want to use them to plan engaging, non-standard lessons with experimenting elements. You probably didn’t really have the chance to think about this kind of planning earlier because of your scheme of work, exams and other important things. Here’s an idea for you! The main steps of the project can be divided into the following: Introduce the assignment which is to create a short video clip based on a topic of a student’s choice. Decide on a storyline / individual shots / sequences and also a mood (this includes music!). Create a storyboard and prepare the individual shots (or use appropriate software). Organise the individual shots, edit the exposure time, add music, etc. Share it on Instagram account (you can use Gramblr uploader). ⓘ I know it’s a quite complex project, but how exciting! There is an easy to print version of this project ready to download. ⓘ This idea is based on my own project - a short video clip, which you can see soon here. Big thank you to @mmmmkacietravis (blog post) and @frannerd (youtube video) for the inspiration!
krzciuk_a
Intervention Attendance Log sheet + SOW for personalised learning

Intervention Attendance Log sheet + SOW for personalised learning

A template to keep a record of student attendance, engagement and progress made in each session. An excellent way to document progress and behaviour for learning and to help build a pattern linking the two together. A tool for small group teaching and one to one in any subject. A template to also document learning taking place and planned next steps for small group teaching and one to one.
lherzog310
Literacy Editing Lesson

Literacy Editing Lesson

**STOP MARKING CHILDREN’S WRITING! ** This editing structure splits the process into two sections, proof-reading and composition. The only ‘marking’ the class teacher must do is, read the child’s work, note down any common grammatical and spelling errors, then add examples (good and bad) to the slides. I have used this process for a whole year and I’ve managed to mark 30 children’s writing AND plan an editing lesson in 40 minutes! This 23 slide notebook include all the KS2 writing writing at and above age related standard assessment criteria to help with assessing the children writing. Give it a go and contact me if anything is unclear. Claim back your evenings!
TeachersBreakTime
Classroom Tools Mega Bundle

Classroom Tools Mega Bundle

All the classroom tools you need to manage your classes! From amendable AFL and Dirt Time materials to target setting, behaviour management and rewards, seating plans and laying down your classroom rules. All these classroom tools can be used in any subject and many are particularly useful for Tutor Time too. Loads more classroom tools and whole school materials at my shop: EC RESOURCES
EC_Resources
Report Comment Bundle

Report Comment Bundle

Includes full paragraph comments for KS2 Reading, Writing, Maths, Science, Computing and Pastoral. Also includes end of term activity sheets booklet for students to get on with whilst you battle with all those reports to write! Hoping this bundle will be easy to use and adapt to relieve some of the pressure at this time of year. Bundle value is £16.60
xkatiecfc
General Pastoral Report Comments

General Pastoral Report Comments

General Pastoral Report Comments for 28 students. Written for a class of year 5 students but would be suitable for any class from year 1 - year 9. Full paragraph per child can be copied, pasted and easily adapted.
xkatiecfc
Report Comments Mega Bundle

Report Comments Mega Bundle

Save time and energy this year when writing your reports. Use these report banks for English, maths, science and your general comments. Quickly copy and paste the best comments for each child, one from each section to speedily create whole paragraphs describing the whole child. Impress your head teacher and your parents with articulate and positive comments for these subjects. You can also find lots of other handy end of year resources at my shop. Why not use my SMART targets to choose next steps for your pupils? Or use my Assessment Guidance to speed up your end of year data decisions.
Teachallenjoy
Electronic Teacher Planner/Mark Book - Free Evaluation Version

Electronic Teacher Planner/Mark Book - Free Evaluation Version

This is the Free Evaluation version of the Electronic Teacher Planner/Mark book spreadsheet. The Full paid for version available at: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/electronic-teacher-planner-markbook-11754149 is a full teacher’s planner book enabling you to replace your paper based record book. It enables you to create a colour coded timetable (and will automatically generate a blank timetable with the appropriate number of period per day), a week by week lesson outline planning sheet, a register for each class that records attendance, performance and behavioural information upon each pupil, homework and test scores. The registers will rank the pupils according to assessment criteria, absences and upon test scores. The class analysis page will give detailed information upon the number of lates/tardiness, discipline issues, forgotten books, no homework, incomplete pieces of work and work graded excellent, good, satisfactory and poor. Schemes of work can be created and reports written upon individual students. Print outs of each class can be used at parent consultation evenings and as a record for SLT. Cover lesson instructions can also be created. I have used this spreadsheet in an ongoing developing form for the last 17 years and haven’t used a paper based planner in that time. The spreadsheet does require the use of macros and so they need to be enabled in excel, see the help page in the spreadsheet on how to do this. Please note this spreadsheet will not run on Mac versions of Excel, it will only run on PC versions of , due to incompatibility issues between Microsoft Office on the 2 different platforms.
john_leather
6 Thinking Hats inspired group work task - analysing visual stimulus

6 Thinking Hats inspired group work task - analysing visual stimulus

This 6 Hats task is designed to be a whole-school resource for analysing vusual stimulus but it can be adapted to become a kinaesthetic task too (jsut change the wording). The resource uses sentence starters for differentiation too. It can be used to analyse newspaper images, historical images, art etc and is especially good as an information gathering task before writing creatively, doing artwork or discussing/responding to historical sources. Suitable for KS3 and KS4.
chirpyandcheerful
Whole School Socratic Questioning -display or mobile

Whole School Socratic Questioning -display or mobile

Really useful when extending students’ thoughts about a subject and equally good during observations when you need to show you’re extending students’ thinking by analysing more deeply. For the mobile: print it off in colour, cut up, attach the image of the brain at the top of the mobile, hole punch the question tags and attach them to their specific red banner. Or just use it for a display that is near your board so you can refer to it repeatedly in lessons. Suitable for all year groups and all curriculum areas.
chirpyandcheerful