Documents to assess RE across all year groups (years 1 - 6) for each half term to determine emerging, expected and exceeding with descriptors.
Long term plan included with overarching questions for each half term (including Understanding Christianity).
Whole class assessment sheet for each year group to complete each half term for each child to determine overall ARE (emerging, expected, exceeding).
Also includes pupil and staff questionnaire to determine strengths and weaknesses of RE across the school.
End of year summer 2023 whole-school quiz. 54 general knowledge quiz questions with summer and end of year theme. Secondary quiz for KS3 and KS4.
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This is a fun and engaging 54 question Powerpoint quiz made to appeal to all high school year groups - a mix of questions and the visual nature of the slides makes it suitable for mixed ability groups.
This should last approximately one hour with time to get students into groups and mark the quiz.
The quiz contains 54 questions with a variety of themes and with different levels of challenge so it should be accessible to all learners, particularly when played in teams.
The 7 quiz categories are:
In the news
Which celebrity is behind the fish?
Multiple-choice general knowledge
Music lyrics round
True or false?
The quiz can be played in teams or as individuals. The answers are at the end of the quiz.
There are answer sheets provided so that teams can clearly respond.
The ‘Student Voice Teaching and Learning Questionnaire - Whole School’ is a tool designed to enhance student voice activities across the whole school to support the monitoring and development of teaching and learning. The questionnaire aims to cover all key aspects of teaching and learning, allowing students to express views and opinions regarding the level of consistency across different subject areas and departments to inform school improvement.
Whole School Literacy Advent Calendar provides a range of literacy tasks that can be completed by all pupils during a designated time of day. This could be a form time activity or one at the start of a set lesson. The advent calendar could be used by one class or as an agreed whole school activity.
discussion topics around a festive theme
identifying festive phrases in other languages
other language games
The PowerPoint is designed so that clicking on that day’s date will take you directly to the activity for that day, just like opening the door on an advent calendar. There is an activity for each schoolday until the end of term.
Assembly presentation on the importance of having good attendance. So far downloaded over 70 times.
The assembly covers how attainment changes with good attendance, and includes some real examples.
The assemble makes clear links between attendance and attainment/success; including recent DfE Data. Links to how attendance can impact upon students future choices is also covered.
Runs through what percentage attendance really means; including examples of how many days absence each would involve.
Ideal for use in Secondary school; but could easily be adapted.
Create a timetable from scratch!
Whole School Timetable file makes use of Excel's in built features to help optimise and schedule blocks. Once the setup process is completed timetables can be viewed for an individual teacher, class or room.
Instructions included and I am happy to assist users who have any questions.
There is also a free version of this resource (containing setup worksheets):
Whole School Timetable Demo
Further information and screenshots available here:
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A book I've written to be given to all staff and students.
What is literacy?
How to improve your work: responding to feedback
Making your writing more interesting: Sentence Variety
Three tips for improving your writing style
Making your writing accurate: Punctuation
Colons and Semi-colons
Making your writing flow: Paragraphs
Making your work flow: connectives
How to develop your answers
Making your writing accurate: Spellings
Nine spelling rules to learn
25 commonly misspelt words
How to improve your work: Redrafting
How to improve your word power
Worn out words
70 words to sharpen your expression
Common literacy errors
This is a 15 minute assembly about positive relationships. It can be used as part of tutor time, a whole school assembly for 11-18 year olds or as part of a lesson or on an online learning platform. This can be used for PSHE, Citizenship, SMSC, Tutor Time, Assemblies, Whole School days, Online Platforms and teaches the students how to have positive relationships in their lives. It talks about prejudice, discrimination, bullying and aims to teach students how to have positive relationships. Students responded really well to this whole school assembly.
This is a 15-20 minute assembly about positive language. It covers the important topic of being positive, watching what language we use to communicate to others and using positive language online. It was used as an assembly for KS3, KS4 & KS5 (Ages 11-18, Years 7-13, Grades 6-12).
Why it is so important to show positive language in school
The power of words
Important quotes and two downloaded videos that will never disappear
How we can show positive language
What situations we need to show positive language
How we can support cyberbullying
Code of conduct
Reflection slide with thinking questions and positive quotes
There is a slide for you to add your Pupil Code of Conduct or behaviour policy or you can delete this slide if you prefer.
The session is all narrated but this can easily be changed by deleting the icon on each slide.
This fits into the new RSE & Health Curriculum, PSHE & Citizenship, tutor time, whole school activity or a whole school assembly with links to SMSC, Character Education and Fundamental British Values.
Please look at the rest of my shop to find hundreds of Assemblies, PSHE sessions, tutor time resources, Citizenship lessons, RE lessons and worksheets.
The word editable music policy can be adapted to your school and covers the curriculum coverage and expectations at Keystage 1 and 2. It make clear reference to the 2010 Equality Act and how the music coordinator leads Music within a school.
School Literacy Quiz 2023 Over 10 rounds and 70+ Questions. Literacy Quiz. A fun whole school english literacy quiz that tests a range of different skills with students working in teams to compete against each other. Let the best literacy team win!
This resource contains:
☞ 1x PowerPoint with questions and answers laid out in a professional format (Literacy and essential English skills)
☞ 1x Student Answer Sheet double sided out of /70+ Marks (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!!
☞ Contains 10 Rounds: S.P.A.G, True or False, There Their or They’re, Link in Punctuation, Shakespeare Round, Design Challenge and more…
☞ 3 sets of certificates
This quiz resource is perfect for lesson time, form time, extra curricular clubs, part of a drop down day or as a fun and educational treat for your class.
✿ A variety of different rounds and different challenges within this quiz for all types of learners to access (something fun no matter what ability)
Product code: FUN/C8/QZ/24
✿ This will last a full hour by the time you get students into small teams and run through the Quiz and the interactive way the answers appear. A tie-breaker is included .
✿ This informative, fun and engaging quiz will be a great way to teach your students about literacy.
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Ellis is striving for excellence and gets upset when he thinks he is falling short of his goal.
This comprehensive pack includes: A fully scripted assembly with key questions throughout, A presentation (PDF) complete with engaging images, A set of Key Word cards to enhance understanding, A reward certificate.
Themes explored include: consistent, attitude, success, effort, motivation, managing feelings, self-awareness, going for goals, it’s good to be me.
Used in a 20 min training session, just a quick list of ideas across different subjects where numeracy and linked ideas can be used to prompt discussion, or numerate skills can be used to make students think!
An incredible whole school overview of writing genres based on the new national curriculum. The first document sets out what is covered across the school in a detailed overview. The units are colour coded so cross over between year groups and text types is clear. There is also a map of writing genres for each year group covering fiction, non-fiction and poetry including how long to teach and writing out comes. The genres are set out in order to cover progression and difficulty with text type. The final document gives an overview of non-fiction units across the school, year group and text type.
Assembly theme: INTEGRITY
Ideal for 5 to 11 years.
Duration: Approximately 10 to 20 minutes (depending on how long you discuss the slides).
The assembly includes a video demonstrating integrity, 3 think pair share activities, a video about telling lies, a time of reflection and a song.
The Assembly is very easy to follow and is divided into the following 20 slides:
Slide 1: Title slide
Slide 2: Integrity is…
Slide 3: A video showing integrity
Slide 4: Integrity is…
Slide 5: Think, Pair, Share Activity 1
Slide 6: Integrity is…
Slide 7: Think, Pair, Share Activity 2
Slide 8: Integrity is…
Slide 9: Think, Pair, Share Activity 3
Slide 10: Introduction to video about telling lies.
Slide 11: Video.
Slide 12: Special sentences of reflection.
Slides 13 to 20: Song (with lyrics and music).
Fully editable and ideal for 5 to 11 years.
This is a 15-20 minute tutor time PSHE session on charity volunteering. It can be used as a whole school assembly for KS3, KS4 and KS5 (Ages 11-18, Grade 6-12, Years 7-13). It does not have any written tasks just two downloaded video clips that will never disappear and discussion questions so students can find out what they can volunteer for and why they would benefit from voluntary work. This can be lengthened or shortened to fit a tutor time, assembly or a lesson for PSHE, Citizenship, Fundamental British Values, SMSC and Character Education.
Students reacted very well to this presentation and many positive discussions were had as a result.
Please have a look at the other PSHE, Citizenship, RE and Assemblies in my shop.
This bundle contains whole-school resources to promote literacy within your school. In includes:
A whole-school CPD presentation on explicit vocabulary instruction.
A whole-school CPD presentation on reading.
12 weeks worth of word root of the week resources including starter activities, displays and assembly slides.
If you have any questions about how to use these, please don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This is an attendance register spreadsheet package that has register for the entire school year for each year group from year 1 to year 6.
A blank register is also included so you can adapt for your own specific purposes.
The register calculate punctuality, attendance, lateness on a day by day basis, and termly.
The register supports the standard DfES attendance codes.
Hope you benefit from this resource.
A whole-school scheme matched to the demands of the 2014 national Curriculum. There are 32 lists of words for children to learn. The lists get progressively more challenging, matching the year-on-year content of the 2014 National Curriculum.
Cards for pupils to pick up randomly and complete as an extension exercise. I have them laminated on coloured card and if a pupil finishes I tell them to choose one and answer it underneath their work. Most of the extension activities are AfL as well and allow students to reflect upon their learning.