Comic Relief 2018
Could be used for an assembly or in class.
There are links to a video on YouTube - this will only work if you have internet connection and YouTube is not blocked within your organisation. It is linked into the presentation so you shouldn’t have you close the presentation to show it.
It contains notes on the presentation which are on one side of A4 so you don’t need to keep looking at the screen to see what is going to come up next.
I have saved it in two versions on PowerPoint, if you have an older version.
Check out my other KS2 resources and planning here
A resource containing a flow-chart to help ease Automatic Negative Thoughts (ANTs) and anxiety as well as top tips for anxiety sufferers and self-talk statements to help relieve some of the stress they are experiencing.
FREE Sport Relief Assembly
Every year I do something to raise money for Sport Relief - this generally in my capacity as a zumba instructor (guess what ‘sport’ is there in the script, representing Z on the sports list?!)
This script is about as versatile as I can make it - any cast size, any duration, any number of songs/music suggestions.
Good luck to everyone ‘doing their thing’ this year. My challenge is going to be ‘sitting still for one minute’ during each of my 15 zumba routines - a challenge beyond anything I have ever undertaken before! If you’ve ever been to a zumba class you’ll know what I mean!
Simple message to accompany this script - ENJOY!
Child 26: Volleyball
Child 27: Weightlifting
Child 28: Wrestling
Child 29: Zumba!
Narrator: (To Child 29) I beg your pardon?
Child 29: Zumba! Would you like a demonstration?
Music 2 – Zumba number/Latin American music
(Child 29 ‘performs’)
(Loud applause from cast and audience)
Narrator: Magnificent! And I can see that dancing is just as energetic as all those other sports we’ve mentioned!
Child 1: (Fanning him/herself) Phew! All that hot Latin American music!
Child 2: But let’s not forget our winter sports!
Child 3: We have only just had those fantastic Winter Olympics!
Child 4: Who could forget
Child 5: The skiing
Child 6: Bobsleigh
Child 7: Figure skating
Child 8: Ice hockey
Next big sporting event – THE WORLD CUP! Check out assemblies, guided reading scripts and quiz on this wonderful theme! All available off TES and
Lesson Title: Closing the Gap - What's the answer?
Aim: To explain how debt relief, fairtrade and microfinance loans can help reduce the development gap.
Challenges in the Human Environment > The Changing Economic World > The Development Gap
There's a wide range of activities here, therefore textbook not required for the lesson:
Planned: March 2017
Any feedback appreciated.
Thank you for looking.
Physical landscapes in the UK AQA 1-9 course (Scheme of learning)
17 outstanding lessons and two assessments for the physical landscapes in the UK module for the new AQA 1-9 course.
UK relief, rivers and landscape
Coastal processes (1)
Coastal processes (2)
Coastal landforms resulting from erosion
Coastal landforms resulting from deposition
Coastal landforms case study - Dorset Coast
Coastal management case study
River landforms formed by erosion
River landforms formed by deposition
River landforms case study - River Tees
Flood management case study - Jubilee river flood relief channel
Ths resource is a 10 slide Power Point Sports Quiz accompanied by worksheets: acrostic poem template and example, comprehension and writing prompts, poster design template and two word searches.
Ideal for Assembly, PE, PSHE, Tutor Time or English lessons for this year’s Sport Relief Week beginning 17th March.
Board game with addition and subtraction sums to answer to 'complete the mile'. Game cards attached for mini sports challenges. 3 differentiated boards - +1/-1, +2/-2 and a high ability using numerals 1-9 addition and subtraction sums.
To reinforce turn taking.
This is a KS3 / KS2 lesson on showing relief on maps. It is a very good practical lesson that will get students really involved in map work. Key facts about the lesson are:
The content covered by the lesson are; Definition of the term relief, explanation of how spot heights, contours and colour shading show relief, identifying the height of places on a map using the three (3) relief methods, and creating a relief map using colour shading techniques.
Learning resources used in the lesson are; Picture study, short writing task, map work task, and colour shading sketch map task.
The lesson is planned in detail all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. You can use textbooks to provide background information on relief but it is not necessary. Now just download and teach!
This resource looks at how height is recorded on maps. The activities focus on contour lines, spot heights and colour shading. One of the activities involves an OS map and so the questions much be altered to fit the OS map in use.
Worksheet to support student reflection on cardboard relief outcomes.
This worksheet was developed for an insect project so does have images on cardboard butterflies on the bottom, however these can be changed for your project.
Students are introduced to the pain reliever 'Entonox' a gas made from molecules comprised of nitrogen and oxygen.
Students have ten minutes to build a moli-model and read an information sheet related to a compound of nitrogen and oxygen to see if it would be suitable for pain relief.
Once students have completed three models they come to a conclusion of which gas would be most suitable: nitrogen monoxide, dinitrogen monoxide or nitrogen dioxide.
Higher level students can be introduced to coefficients and subscripted numbers in relation to symbol formulae.
Friday March 24th is Comic Relief!
Are you taking part? Will you be raising money?Or giving it?
Why is it important to donate? Why is it important to remember people who need help?
Interactive resource developed in prezi.
Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents.
Includes employability and learning skills framework.