Co-ordinates Work station lessonQuick View
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Co-ordinates Work station lesson

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A lesson plan with the necessary worksheets for a work station style lesson on coordinates. I would really appreciate some feedback on these resources. Thanks!
Co-ordinates: draw polygons - Practice Worksheets & Answers - Year 4Quick View
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Co-ordinates: draw polygons - Practice Worksheets & Answers - Year 4

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Year 4 Shape: Use x, y co-ordinates on a grid to draw and complete polygons in the 1st quadrant. Procedural fluency practice worksheets to achieve maths mastery. Differentiated for children working towards Age Related Expectations (ARE), at ARE and at greater depth. Includes answers. Day 1 - Plot x and y coordinates in one quadrant on a graph to draw 2-D shapes, including missing co-ordinate points. Day 2 - Give the x and y coordinates of shapes on a grid after moving them up, down, left or right. Day 3 - Imagine translating shapes and finding new co-ordinates. These procedural fluency practice sheets are part of our Year 4 Shape block. Each Hamilton maths block contains a complete set of planning and resources to teach a term’s worth of objectives for one of the National Curriculum for England’s maths areas.
Co-ordinates: draw polygons - Teaching Presentation - Year 4Quick View
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Co-ordinates: draw polygons - Teaching Presentation - Year 4

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This presentation provides three days of teaching that cover the objectives: Read and plot co-ordinates in the first quadrant. Complete polygons by giving missing points. Translate shapes in the first quadrant. Use co-ordinates in the first quadrant and join points to draw polygons It includes starter activities, whole class teaching, group activities, practice sheets and mastery questions. It can be used on a variety of interactive whiteboards. Day 1 Teaching Draw horizontal and vertical axes from 0 to 10 on a square background on the Interactive Whiteboard. The x-axis goes across. Ring 2 points: (2, 5) and (6, 1). Show children how we write these as co-ordinates. Children give more co-ordinates to make a square. Repeat with co-ordinates for another square and a triangle. Day 2 Teaching Draw a triangle on a grid. Children write co-ordinates for each corner. Move the triangle 2 squares to the right and discuss how each vertex has moved 2 squares. Explain that this shape has been translated. Repeat with other shapes moving up, down, left or right. Children sketch and label the new co-ordinates. Day 3 Teaching Launch the Coordinates ITP. Stress that the x co-ordinate comes before the y one. Use the grid to show the co-ordinates of vertices of different polygons, including a ‘house-shaped’ pentagon. This teaching is part of Hamilton’s Year 4 Shape block. Each Hamilton maths block contains a complete set of planning and resources to teach a term’s worth of objectives for one of the National Curriculum for England’s maths areas.
Year 4 'Secret Agent Co-ordinate Training' Lesson (Complete Lesson with ppt, plan and resources)Quick View
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Year 4 'Secret Agent Co-ordinate Training' Lesson (Complete Lesson with ppt, plan and resources)

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Year 4 lesson on co-ordinates done in a fun and engaging way as ‘secret agent co-ordinate training’ with missions for the children to complete, infiltrating a pirate ring to crack a secret code to a treasure chest! I used the lesson for a job interview and was successful with fantastic feedback regarding this lesson! The class were a lower ability Year 4 class but this resource could easily be adapted to fit any ability year 4 class or even a more able year 3. Complete lesson including plan, PowerPoint, worksheets and resources. National curriculum objectives covered; -describe positions on a 2-D grid as coordinates in the first quadrant -plot specified points and draw sides to complete a given polygon
A short toolkit for school council co-ordinatorsQuick View
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A short toolkit for school council co-ordinators

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Includes: * Tips for running elections * Key lines of communication * School policy on pupil participation * School council constitution * School policy on pupil participation * Tips for great meetings * Ice breakers * Boundaries and possibilities More free resources at www.involver.org.uk.
Draw/reflect shapes on co-ordinate grids (Year 5 Shape)Quick View
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Draw/reflect shapes on co-ordinate grids (Year 5 Shape)

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This bundle provides three days of teaching that cover the objective: Using a co-ordinate grid to draw and reflect 2-D shapes Teaching Presentation The teaching presentation includes starter activities, whole class teaching, group activities, practice sheets and mastery questions. It can be used on a variety of interactive whiteboards. Practice Worksheets The procedural fluency practice worksheets are differentiated for children working towards Age Related Expectations (ARE), at ARE and at greater depth. Problem-Solving Investigation This in-depth maths investigation will develop maths meta-skills, and enable children to learn to think mathematically and articulate mathematical ideas. Extra Support The extra support activity is designed to be used by a teacher or a TA with children who need extra support. This teaching is part of Hamilton’s Year 5 Shape block. Each Hamilton maths block contains a complete set of planning and resources to teach a term’s worth of objectives for one of the National Curriculum for England’s maths areas.
Draw/reflect shapes on co-ordinate grids - Teaching Presentation - Year 5Quick View
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Draw/reflect shapes on co-ordinate grids - Teaching Presentation - Year 5

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This presentation provides three days of teaching that cover the objectives: Plot co-ordinates and draw polygons in two quadrants. Work out new co-ordinates after a translation. Reflect a shape and write the new co-ordinates. It includes starter activities, whole class teaching, group activities, practice sheets and mastery questions. It can be used on a variety of interactive whiteboards. Day 1 Teaching Support children in drawing a co-ordinate using ‘across’, and ‘walk before you fly’. Draw all but the last point of some recognisable polygons and ask children to draw in the last point and record its co-ordinates. Draw a pentagon straddling both quadrants. Children sketch the shape, then label the co-ordinates. Day 2 Teaching Join points (-3, 1), (4, 1), (-1, 5) and (6, 5) for a parallelogram. Children write the co-ordinates of each point. This parallelogram moves two squares to the right. What are the co-ordinates of its new position? Draw the new position and discuss how each x- value has been increased by 2, but the y-values have stayed the same. Repeat with other polygons. Day 3 Teaching Draw a right-angled triangle in the right quadrant. Children pretend there is a mirror on the y-axis. We will reflect this triangle in the y-axis. Draw the reflected triangle in the left quadrant. Check each point is the same distance away from the y-axis as it was originally, and that it looks to be the same shape. Children label the co-ordinates. This teaching is part of Hamilton’s Year 5 Shape block. Each Hamilton maths block contains a complete set of planning and resources to teach a term’s worth of objectives for one of the National Curriculum for England’s maths areas.
A short toolkit for school council co-ordinatorsQuick View
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A short toolkit for school council co-ordinators

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* Tips for running elections * Key lines of communication (a worksheet for planning communication) * School policy on pupil participation (an essential document for any school that’s serious about pupil well-being – this is a guide to creating one) * School council constitution (you can’t really have pupil representation without one – although many try – some scenarios to set you on your way) * Tips for great meetings (guides to help you through preparing for a successful meeting, the meeting itself and ground rules to avoid pitfalls) * Ice breakers (4 school council-related games)
Draw/reflect shapes on co-ordinate grids - Practice Worksheets & Answers- Year 5Quick View
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Draw/reflect shapes on co-ordinate grids - Practice Worksheets & Answers- Year 5

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Year 5 Shape: Using a co-ordinate grid to draw and reflect 2-D shapes. Procedural fluency practice worksheets to achieve maths mastery. Differentiated for children working towards Age Related Expectations (ARE), at ARE and at greater depth. Includes answers. Day 1 - Plot points to make polygons. Day 2 - Translate shapes, make translation patterns. Day 3 - Make patterns using reflections. These procedural fluency practice sheets are part of our Year 5 Shape block. Each Hamilton maths block contains a complete set of planning and resources to teach a term’s worth of objectives for one of the National Curriculum for England’s maths areas.
Draw/reflect shapes on co-ordinate grids - Extra Support Activity -Year 5Quick View
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Draw/reflect shapes on co-ordinate grids - Extra Support Activity -Year 5

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This activity is designed to be used by a teacher or a TA with children who need extra support before they can tackle this objective: Using a co-ordinate grid to draw and reflect 2-D shapes. Walk then Fly - Plotting points in the first quadrant This Extra Support Activity is part of our Year 5 Shape block. Each Hamilton maths block contains a complete set of planning and resources to teach a term’s worth of objectives for one of the National Curriculum for England’s maths areas.
Draw/reflect shapes on co-ordinate grids - Problem-Solving Investigation - Year 5Quick View
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Draw/reflect shapes on co-ordinate grids - Problem-Solving Investigation - Year 5

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This in-depth maths investigation is an open-ended problem solving activity for Year 5 children. It can be used to support teaching towards the objective: Using a co-ordinate grid to draw and reflect 2-D shapes. In-depth investigation: Cycling Co-ordinates Children use a sequence of co-ordinates to create quadrilaterals, investigating a conjecture around predicting shape types. This investigation will develop maths meta-skills, support open-ended questioning and logical reasoning, and enable children to learn to think mathematically and articulate mathematical ideas. This problem-solving investigation is part of our Year 5 Shape block. Each Hamilton maths block contains a complete set of planning and resources to teach a term’s worth of objectives for one of the National Curriculum for England’s maths areas.
A Level OCR Religious Studies 2018: COMPLETE PHILOSOPHY ESSAY PLANSQuick View
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A Level OCR Religious Studies 2018: COMPLETE PHILOSOPHY ESSAY PLANS

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Here are all of my essay plans for the Philosophy paper of the 2018 OCR Religious Studies exam. I have structured the plans as follows: First I’ve made Line of Argument (LOA) Tables which outline my response to the four main key questions of the topic, listed on the exam mark scheme on the website. The exam questions they have asked and put in text books are based around these four questions so if you have a pre-prepared essay plan for them (which you can adapt) you’re pretty much sorted. I structure my response by listing two lines of argument I will reject (forming the first two paragraphs) and then the loa I accept (forming the last paragraph). After the table I have the individual plans for each question (and other similar questions I have found from various resources). I outline an intro and then fill out three paragraphs/ sections. P1 and P2 are structured with an argument (one I reject), a counter argument, a rebuttal, and finally a counter rebuttal. P3 is structured with an argument (my accepted argument) a counter argument and a rebuttal (ending on my argument). I then outline a conclusion. Each plan is colour co-ordinated and includes loads of relevant scholars, with their points/ quotes condensed into one to two lines so you can write everything down in time/ learn the plans easily. These essay plans basically cover EVERYTHING you need for an A star. They took me two years to perfect. I learnt them off by heart and achieved 100% in the exam :)
A level OCR Religious Studies 2018: CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY ESSAY PLANSQuick View
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A level OCR Religious Studies 2018: CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY ESSAY PLANS

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Here are all of my essay plans for the Christian Theology paper of the 2018 OCR Religious Studies exam. I have structured the plans as follows: First I’ve made Line of Argument (LOA) Tables which outline my response to the four main key questions of the topic, listed on the exam mark scheme on the website. The exam questions they have asked and put in text books are based around these four questions so if you have a pre-prepared essay plan for them (which you can adapt) you’re pretty much sorted. I structure my response by listing two lines of argument I will reject (forming the first two paragraphs) and then the loa I accept (forming the last paragraph). After the table I have the individual plans for each question (and other similar questions I have found from various resources). I outline an intro and then fill out three paragraphs/ sections. P1 and P2 are structured with an argument (one I reject), a counter argument, a rebuttal, and finally a counter rebuttal. P3 is structured with an argument (my accepted argument) a counter argument and a rebuttal (ending on my argument). I then outline a conclusion. Each plan is colour co-ordinated and includes loads of relevant scholars, with their points/ quotes condensed into one to two lines so you can write everything down in time/ learn the plans easily. These essay plans basically cover EVERYTHING you need for an A star. They took me two years to perfect. I learnt them off by heart and achieved 100% in the exam :) PLEASE NOTE The KOG essay plans have some paragraphs missing at the bottom - these are my original revision notes so I left some parts out where I felt I didn’t need the extra info
The Stone Age Boy - 6 Week writing planQuick View
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The Stone Age Boy - 6 Week writing plan

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A six week writing plan designed for year three during Autumn term 1. I have delivered this unit with my own year three class and it was a nice way to introduce them to this level of writing. It could easily be adapted for a string year 2 class or a year 4 class. It is set up as a whole class learning activity but differentiation could easily be added in. The unit is split into three weeks of instruction writing (please note that week one only has three days due to TTD’s) and three weeks of character and setting descriptions and writing stories from different perspectives. The unit covers technical aspects of writing such as co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions (FANBOY), time adverbials and preposition starters. The planning is written in word format so is easy to edit. The teaching and learning resources are on on PowerPoints for each week, along with planning notes so it is easy for anyone to follow in your absence.
Planning for White Rose Maths Secondary  Autumn Term 1 Block 1 Week 1Quick View
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Planning for White Rose Maths Secondary Autumn Term 1 Block 1 Week 1

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This is a series of worksheets, activities and FREE lessons using the White Rose Maths Secondary Schemes (Year 7 Autumn Term 1 Block 1 Week 1). I have made lessons using the schemes with suggested activities. Where possible, I have suggested the use of manipulatives and have provided many opportunities for afl. Each slide on the teacher’s powerpoint gives suggestions of activities and suggestions on how to use the slide. You may decide to use the slides differently to how I have done or may decide to not use the powerpoint at all and just the activities. I have given some suggested answers and ideas how to scaffold learning. Teachers may decide to hide these slides for their own use only or they may decide to share these with their students. Key words have been highlighted throughout in blue and definitions are highlighted in purple. All worksheets and activities are also provided separately (as a ppt and pdf where possible) for ease of printing. I hope you find this useful, it has taken a lot of time to prepare! I hope to produce worksheets and activities for the rest of the year so keep a look out. I have included the powerpoint free of charge, it may not be available later in the year as my staff begin to prepare their own lessons. Let me know how it goes. White Rose Maths Small Steps Covered Describe and continue a sequence given diagrammatically Predict and check the next term(s) of a sequence Represent sequences in tabular and graphical forms Recognise the difference between linear and non linear sequences Continue numerical non linear sequences Explain the term to term rule for numerical sequences in words Find missing terms within sequences You may also be interested in https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/white-rose-maths-secondary-planning-autumn-term-1-block-2-week-2-algebraic-thinking-11962184 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/white-rose-maths-secondary-planning-autumn-term-1-block-2-week-3-understanding-and-using-notation-11962197 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/white-rose-maths-secondary-planning-autumn-term-1-block-2-week-4-understanding-and-using-notation-11962202
Block D Unit 1 Year 4, lesson plan and resourcesQuick View
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Block D Unit 1 Year 4, lesson plan and resources

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Block D Unit 1 Year 4, lesson plan, and resources, including flipchart, homework set and beginning of unit assessmment. This is a collection I have made (NOT MY OWN RESOURCES) for the above unit. Includes week 1 lesson plan and resources. Year 4 class is from level 1 to level 4.
A level OCR Religious Studies 2018: ETHICS ESSAY PLANSQuick View
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A level OCR Religious Studies 2018: ETHICS ESSAY PLANS

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Here are all of my essay plans for the Ethics paper of the 2018 OCR Religious Studies exam. I have structured the plans as follows: First I’ve made Line of Argument (LOA) Tables which outline my response to the four main key questions of the topic, listed on the exam mark scheme on the website. The exam questions they have asked and put in text books are based around these four questions so if you have a pre-prepared essay plan for them (which you can adapt) you’re pretty much sorted. I structure my response by listing two lines of argument I will reject (forming the first two paragraphs) and then the loa I accept (forming the last paragraph). After the table I have the individual plans for each question (and other similar questions I have found from various resources). I outline an intro and then fill out three paragraphs/ sections. P1 and P2 are structured with an argument (one I reject), a counter argument, a rebuttal, and finally a counter rebuttal. P3 is structured with an argument (my accepted argument) a counter argument and a rebuttal (ending on my argument). I then outline a conclusion. Each plan is colour co-ordinated and includes loads of relevant scholars, with their points/ quotes condensed into one to two lines so you can write everything down in time/ learn the plans easily. These essay plans cover almostt EVERYTHING you need for an A star. They took me two years to perfect. I learnt them off by heart and achieved A*. PLEASE NOTE I only did one plan for Kant as I predicted it wouldn’t come up on my years exam
Year 5/6 Mixed Age Summer Block 2 Step 6 Maths Lesson PackQuick View
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Year 5/6 Mixed Age Summer Block 2 Step 6 Maths Lesson Pack

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This Year 5/6 Mixed Age Summer Block 2 Step 6 Maths lesson pack for Mixed Age Planning includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, reasoning and problem solving questions for Year 5 Translation with Co-ordinates. The varied fluency and the reasoning and problem solving resources are differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. This pack covers: Year 5 Translation with Co-ordinates You can find more Year 5 and Year 6 Position and Direction resources here.
Year 2 Block 3 Measurement (Money) using White Rose Small Steps Planning 2018 updatesQuick View
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Year 2 Block 3 Measurement (Money) using White Rose Small Steps Planning 2018 updates

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This resource has been updated for 2018. All new files have the prefix ‘2018’. I have not changed a great deal because the unit worked well last year. Though I have updated some of the note and coin images to make them clearer. The plan has been updated to include possible misconceptions and statements from the 2018/19 SATs TAF. I’ve also done a WILF with the small steps to track progress through the unit and for the children to self assess. Both the new and old files are available. This upload contains all resources needed to teach this unit. I have used the small steps tracker to plan the lessons. This plan includes 10 detailed lessons and 2 assess/review/intervention sessions. The flipcharts have been created using ActivInspire. A version can be downloaded free to view flipcharts or you may be able to import it into your whiteboard software. If not, I have included the flipchart as a pdf. The flipcharts follow the structure of the plans and contain 67 slides with visual material taken from the White Rose examples and lots of questions. The worksheets are very visual and easy to follow. Most lessons have differentiated activities and a greater depth challenge activity for pupils who complete the work. The worksheets and the flipcharts are created with our school cursive font. Again, I have included these as a word document so that you can change the font if you wish, and also as a PDF if preferred. I am a Year 2 teacher and maths co-ordinator with many years experience of teaching EYFS up to Year 5. I currently work part time so have the time to create detailed plans but also need to ensure that my plans are detailed so that my job-share is able to follow them. If I do notice any errors or think of any improvements, I will change or add these to the file as I work through them.
Early Years & Primary Music Curriculum Planning, Progression & Assessment Toolkit EYFS KS1 KS2Quick View
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Early Years & Primary Music Curriculum Planning, Progression & Assessment Toolkit EYFS KS1 KS2

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“This is such an excellent resource and well worth the money! It contains an extremely thorough progression chart which includes progression in dimensions; musical skills such as singing or notation; and other musical knowledge including historical knowledge or world music. The individual and class assessment sheets are very useful and easily adaptable to suit your own needs. The brainstorming charts for planning are also very helpful in sparking ideas to help you create a really solid unit of work. Thanks so much for a great resource!” Becca, Primary Music Teacher, TES This resource will help primary school music co-ordinators and music specialists who are required to plan a whole school music curriculum based on the current Primary National Curriculum for Music and Early Years Foundation Stage Framework. It is NOT a scheme of work, but a simply-worded (yet comprehensive) overview of what musical learning should take place from Nursery (3s) to Year 6 (11s). Plus there are useful long, medium and short term planning templates, and a music-through-topics brainstorming sheet, all with example content, for you to use. ‘Dimensions of Music’, ‘Musical Skills’ and ‘Other Musical Knowledge’ are broken down into statements which can be used in several ways: * i) to help you map out and plan ‘what’ should be taught in each year group * ii) to help you plan an assessment system for your school or class (i.e. most statements can be prefixed with ‘…is not yet able to…’ ‘…is able to…’ ‘…is confidently able to…’ or with ‘I can…’) * iii) to help you when it comes to writing statements for end of year reports. This resource is designed to be adaptable for all planning and assessment approaches in schools, and documents are in editable Word or Excel format. I hope this Toolkit saves you reinventing the ‘music planning wheel’ from scratch. It should, at least, give you a very good start! Contents of download: * A whole school music curriculum planning, progression and assessment overview showing detailed progression in musical learning from Nursery to Year 6 (ie. Nursery, Reception, Key Stage 1 & Key Stage 2) * Individual year group music curriculum planning overviews for Nursery to Year 6 * An example whole school yearly planning overview, on which you can map out your own school’s music curriculum (long term planning) * 2 x example half-termly plans for a single year group (medium term planning) * An example weekly music lesson plan, for when you need to outline a single lesson in more detail (short term planning) * A music-through-topics brainstorming sheet, with completed examples, to help you plot out quality music lessons based on a class topic * A class observation sheet, for making notes during a music lesson * An individual child ‘Musical Progress and Achievement Record’ sheet
Hockley Plan for P.EQuick View
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Hockley Plan for P.E

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Children will practice their dribbling, passing, shooting and team work skills during this series of lessons. I would encourage that prior to each lesson the children have 10 minutes where they can work on their ABC'S (AGILITY, BALANCE, CO-ORDINATION and SPEED). This can be adapted for any year group but I would only usually do Hockey with KS2. But the basic skills can still be taught to KS1 perhaps using a tennis racket to dribble the ball or the children may use thier foot. This resource includes 6 lessons that lead up to taking part in competitive matches which fits in to the National Curriculum statement to ensure KS2 chn get opportunities to play competitive games.