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Teacher Planner Book

Teacher Planner Book

This spreadsheet 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.
john_leather
Character Education -Evaluation Handbook for Schools

Character Education -Evaluation Handbook for Schools

This Character Education Evaluation Handbook for Schools provides a practical introduction to the evaluation of character education in primary and secondary schools. It provides advice, guidance and tools to enable schools to implement the principles and practice of self-evaluation to enhance and improve their character education provision; is intended to be a source of inspiration that schools should adapt to their own context; is based on the premise that by using varied forms of self-evaluation teachers can develop a holistic and formative picture of their school’s character-education profile; and is designed to support the recent movement in schools to self-evaluate their own practice. School-led approaches to self-evaluation are now commonplace in most schools, including the Ofsted framework whereby inspectors often use the outcomes from self-evaluation as the starting point for their inspections.
JubileeCentre1
Tutor Time / Assembly Pack - November FREE using code @ checkout.

Tutor Time / Assembly Pack - November FREE using code @ checkout.

Tutor Time / Assembly Pack - November FREE!! Use code OUTSTANDINGOCT (new accounts) @ CHECKOUT This is the third of our Tutor time packs for this year. Follow us for news when the December pack is released! This Back To School - Tutor Time Pack - November is another of our INTERACTIVE tutor time resources. It contains a range of different tasks that can be completed during Tutor Time. If this is used throughout the school, it is designed to be cascaded through lessons throughout the week. The PPT contains 84 slides (inclusive of printable pages) . Included in these slides are: Key dates for the month of November, Word of the Week (x5) Literacy Task for the Week- 2 separate tasks for each week (10 in total) Numeracy Task For the week 2 separate tasks for each week (10 in total) Debate topic (5 debate questions, each based on the word for the week). This is useful for instilling literacy and numeracy maintaining continuity throughout the school. You can either print off the word of the week placemat and laminate it and then, each week, stick a different word on it. This also comes with our 30 second countdown timer, our 60 second bubble timer for use with literacy and numeracy activities and our 5 minute Loading Timer.
TeachElite
SMSC Audit Tool

SMSC Audit Tool

An SMSC tool that breaks down Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural aspects of school. Can be used in any phase of education. Has been used at whole-school and departmental level and attempts to link to specific OfSTED framework language. Running over 13 pages, this has been completed by all department leads in school and then collated to give the full picture regarding SMSC delivery across the school community. **New TES uploader** Reviews gratefully received.
wilfy
English Student Voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

English Student Voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Are you thinking about re-designing your scheme of work/curriculum to be better suited to the students, but want your new designs to be evidence-based? Have you had significant differences between the attainment of boys and girls? If so, these resources are for you...! The questionnaire has been designed to cover different areas that might influence student's learning, such as motivation, engagement, challenge and support. Students will take around 5 minutes to answer 16 questions (a number to show how closely they agree with the statement (e.g., I work hard in lessons)), with additional space for things that should be kept/changed. Where this resource is different to others you may have seen is the analytical spreadsheet. When entering the numbers into the spreadsheet you will be able instantly see differences in attitudes between boys and girls within your subject area as they automatically populate a series of pie charts and calculate the differences between the genders. This could potentially save hours of sifting through all of the data and working out what it means! Furthermore, this prints out neatly into a report, so no cutting and pasting/typing up information. You could use this at the beginning and end of a year/end of a scheme of work, for a whole year group (up to 200 boys and 200 girls: though this can be edited) or just a class - the choice is yours. We are using the spreadsheet ourselves to assess the different attitudes that boys and girls may have towards e.g., revision, completing homework, engagement in lessons to allow us to target resources and strategies towards areas of weakness. As always, if you have any issues, or would like to amend the resource to better suit your school setting, do let me know: jonathanboyce@yahoo.com
jonathanboyce
Whole school student voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Whole school student voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Are you thinking about re-designing your scheme of work/curriculum to be better suited to the students, but want your new designs to be evidence-based? Have you had significant differences between the attainment of boys and girls? If so, these resources are for you...! The questionnaire has been designed to cover different areas that might influence student's learning, such as motivation, engagement, challenge and support. Students will take around 5 minutes to answer 16 questions (a number to show how closely they agree with the statement (e.g., I work hard in lessons)), with additional space for things that should be kept/changed. Where this resource is different to others you may have seen is the analytical spreadsheet. When entering the numbers into the spreadsheet you will be able instantly see differences in attitudes between boys and girls within your subject area as they automatically populate a series of pie charts and calculate the differences between the genders. This could potentially save hours of sifting through all of the data and working out what it means! Furthermore, this prints out neatly into a report, so no cutting and pasting/typing up information. You could use this at the beginning and end of a year/end of a scheme of work, for a whole year group (up to 200 boys and 200 girls: though this can be edited) or just a class - the choice is yours. We are using the spreadsheet ourselves to assess the different attitudes that boys and girls may have towards e.g., revision, completing homework, engagement in lessons to allow us to target resources and strategies towards areas of weakness. As always, if you have any issues, or would like to amend the resource to better suit your school setting, do let me know: jonathanboyce@yahoo.com
jonathanboyce
Humanities student voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Humanities student voice: questionnaire and spreadsheet to analyse

Are you thinking about re-designing your scheme of work/curriculum to be better suited to the students, but want your new designs to be evidence-based? Have you had significant differences between the attainment of boys and girls? If so, these resources are for you...! The questionnaire has been designed to cover different areas that might influence student's learning, such as motivation, engagement, challenge and support. Students will take around 5 minutes to answer 16 questions (a number to show how closely they agree with the statement (e.g., I work hard in lessons)), with additional space for things that should be kept/changed. Where this resource is different to others you may have seen is the analytical spreadsheet. When entering the numbers into the spreadsheet you will be able instantly see differences in attitudes between boys and girls within your subject area as they automatically populate a series of pie charts and calculate the differences between the genders. This could potentially save hours of sifting through all of the data and working out what it means! Furthermore, this prints out neatly into a report, so no cutting and pasting/typing up information. You could use this at the beginning and end of a year/end of a scheme of work, for a whole year group (up to 200 boys and 200 girls: though this can be edited) or just a class - the choice is yours. We are using the spreadsheet ourselves to assess the different attitudes that boys and girls may have towards e.g., revision, completing homework, engagement in lessons to allow us to target resources and strategies towards areas of weakness. As always, if you have any issues, or would like to amend the resource to better suit your school setting, do let me know: jonathanboyce@yahoo.com
jonathanboyce
SEATING PLAN example - OFSTED approved.

SEATING PLAN example - OFSTED approved.

Show Ofsted and SLT you know your class with this Ofsted approved seating plan. The seating plan shows you how to detail all the vital information that Ofsted require. These are compulsory in a lot of schools.
kjh498
Lesson Survival Kit FREE enter code @ checkout!!

Lesson Survival Kit FREE enter code @ checkout!!

Lesson Survival Kit FREE enter code @ checkout!! For new purchasers enter code: OUTSTANDINGOCT @ checkout IF YOU EXPERIENCE ANY DIFICULTY WITH THE CODES DUE THE HIGH DEMAND TRY REFRESHING THE PAGE SEVERAL TIMES OR LOG OUT AND BACK IN. Get £26.80 worth of resources for FREE with the above code. This is an unmissable bundle that contains 11 of our resources that you can use in any lesson.
TeachElite
5 Minute SMSC Plan

5 Minute SMSC Plan

A quick and easy checklist to judge your school's SMSC provision and tell you exactly what you need to improve before Ofsted arrive. An excellent resource for new or ongoing SMSC leaders and a first point of contact to improve SMSC provision throughout the school. Quick and easy way to know exactly what you should improve and gather evidence for, allowing you to prove the provision of SMSC quickly and easily to Ofsted, Parents, SLT etc. In our last Ofsted, SMSC was mentioned five times, every time positively. Let your school also become a beacon of SMSC with these resources.
harle
Report Writer

Report Writer

A report writing assistant that allows you to automatically create report comments selected by a click from a series of user modifiable comments. Comments are organised into sections (opening, behavioural, progress, strengths, weaknesses, closing and 3 user defined categories with 18 comments in each section). Comments automatically update to insert the name and to match gender specific pronouns (he/she, his/her etc). Once written the comments can be copied and pasted into your own report packages and a file containing all the reports for your class set can be created. Suitable for all teachers at all key stages through suitable modification of the comments in the comment banks. This is an Excel file which uses macros to run, read the help sheet in the file to enable macros.
john_leather
Marking and review sheets

Marking and review sheets

Marking & review sheets. Just print off & stick into books to help evidence DIRT & peer assessment. Helps to reduce marking time as well!
wells8839