NEA TimesheetQuick View

NEA Timesheet

Claim this resource for FREE by using promo code NOVEMBERNEWBIE (new TES accounts only). Record the time for each student taking the NEA using a simple to use spreadsheet. Colour coded cells show which students have extra time and when students are running low on remaining time. Can be used for any subject. Number of hours can easily be changed on the front instruction sheet. Cost is FREE with promo code NOVEMBERNEWBIE to be used in as many classes as required. License is FOREVER, no need to renew.
paullong
Characteristics of Effective Learning: Bank of StatementsQuick View

Characteristics of Effective Learning: Bank of Statements

Complete your characteristics of effective learning easily with these ready-made statements which have been differentiated for the low, medium and high attaining child. Simply copy and paste the statements which most resemble the child in question and edit accordingly. These statements will also prompt you with ideas for completing your more 'personal' report. Please leave a review and/or follow me!
MrEarlyYears
General Comments for Reports - KS1Quick View

General Comments for Reports - KS1

30 paragraphs of general comments for reports. These were for a Y2 class but would suit any Primary class really as they are generic statements including attitude, ability to work with others, friends, behaviour, listening skills, contributions to class etc... Hopefully can save someone some time thinking of different ways to phrase things.
tinkerbella306
The 5 Minute Lesson Plan by @TeacherToolkitQuick View

The 5 Minute Lesson Plan by @TeacherToolkit

*Updated January 2018* - with 1-hour webinar tutorial to guide new users. Designed to reduce planning time and focus on key learning phases within a lesson. (Will still require thinking!) Lesson planning is a habit of thought, not a form filling exercise. Remember, watchdogs no longer require a lesson plan for lessons, but evidence of ‘a planned lesson!’ So, why use the 5 Minute Lesson Plan? Useful for coaching and mentoring NQTs; or with established colleagues for paired observations; designed to help teachers consider the cognitive processes required in lesson planning. “Stickability” = What will stick in students minds as they leave your lesson? What key point do you want them to remember? Now translated into 14 languages and available for free on Teacher Toolkit website.
rmcgill
5 Resources for Every TeacherQuick View

5 Resources for Every Teacher

These are 5 of the best @TeacherToolkit resources every teacher needs to survive and thrive in the classroom ...
rmcgill
Report Comments for Form Teachers and Heads of Year Updated for 2018-19Quick View

Report Comments for Form Teachers and Heads of Year Updated for 2018-19

Fully editable report comments for form tutors and Heads of Year. These comments are fully editable so that you can modify them to suit your particular requirements. We hope that this resource significantly speeds up the report writing process for you. Provided as a Word document for complete editing freedom.
StartEducation
Targeted Questioning by @TeacherToolkitQuick View

Targeted Questioning by @TeacherToolkit

a) What questions you will ask your class? b) What individual questions will you target to Student A, B and C? c) This tailored questioning-template will allow you to plan questions for students working at various levels/grades. d) You could add or delete specific topic questions using this the template - or perhaps include this with my Pose Pause Pounce Bounce strategy? See here: (http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Pose-Pause-Pounce-Bounce-by-TeacherToolkit-6242203/) If you adapt this template, please share it with me. Thanks @TeacherToolkit
rmcgill
Writing report comment bank KS2Quick View

Writing report comment bank KS2

Full paragraph writing report comments. Written for year 5 but could be used for KS2 in general. Names and pronouns replaced with X for easy editing and adaptation. A full class of comments included.
xkatiecfc
Report CommentsQuick View

Report Comments

General Report Comments Describe your pupils in a precise, eloquent and efficient way. Create your general report comments by quickly choosing the right comment to suit each child, one from each section. There are enough comments to create a whole class of different 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. High Quality Use these high quality comments, covering: overall summary of year attitude to learning hardworking nature behaviour peer relationships group work responsibilities learning outcomes presentation strengths areas for development homework and spellings summary and looking forward Easy to Use All the comments come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are replaced 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: English Report Comments Maths Report Comments Assessment Guidance SMART Targets
Teachallenjoy
Outstanding starter and plenary activitiesQuick View

Outstanding starter and plenary activities

81 adaptable and amendable PowerPoint slides to attach as starters and plenaries to any lesson. Some can be printed as worksheets. Using these starters and plenaries I have received many observations graded as outstanding, including an English lesson graded as outstanding by OFSTED. Each slide includes teachers notes on the bottom for instruction. Activities include: Two Truths and a lie Matching definitions Describe the picture Brain dump Back to Back A to Z Freeze frame Wordsearch …and many more. If you purchase please leave a review :) On the review tell me which resource you would like from my shop for FREE, and I will send it to you via TES. Free resource must be of the equivalent (or less) value to this resource.
jillyjones1987
Report Comments Mega BundleQuick View

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
Pose Pause Pounce Bounce by @TeacherToolkit #PPPBQuick View

Pose Pause Pounce Bounce by @TeacherToolkit #PPPB

Move your lessons from Good to Outstanding with this AfL questioning technique for the classroom. This resource uses an adaptation from the characters of Winne the Pooh - & books ‘The Tao of Pooh é Te of Piglet’. PPPB asks teachers to reflect on their questioning technique as a Pooh character… Featured in The Guardian here: http://bit.ly/TLHjgW …. Please use the hashtag #PPPB when sharing via Twitter. Video examples welcome - send to @TeacherToolkit
rmcgill
Learning Walk/ Teacher Development ChecklistsQuick View

Learning Walk/ Teacher Development Checklists

These comprehensive checklists have been created to aid school leaders when performing learning walks with a particular focus e.g. questioning, differentiation, etc. Clearly structured and organised, they present a central idea surrounded by a breakdown of a number of its key components. For the user, this layout provides a simple reference list of each of the desirable skills, categorised appropriately. The checklists also provide an alternative to regular feedback methods, which often focus too heavily on the standard or 'judgement', as opposed to being a developmental tool. Alternatively, these are really handy for teachers looking to develop their practice in the key teaching areas listed below. Included in the pack are checklists for: -Questioning -Differentiation -Utilising Resources (including support staff) -Engagement -Building Literacy Skills -Planning and Expectations -Building Learning Power -A blank template for you to design your own based upon your own focus Note: The checklists offer a range of desirable strategies that teachers should look to implement over time - it would be damaging to expect teachers to utilise each of these strategies in every lesson! Many Thanks
TandLGuru
Student Voice Teaching and Learning Questionnaire - Whole SchoolQuick View

Student Voice Teaching and Learning Questionnaire - Whole School

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.
RJS2013
Computing ICT report comment bankQuick View

Computing ICT report comment bank

Sample report comments based on NC14 Computing. Fits well with Rising Stars Switched On Computing but can also be used without scheme. Years 1-6. Differentiated 4 ways.
xkatiecfc
Lesson Plan blank templatesQuick View

Lesson Plan blank templates

This is a blank lesson plan that can be used to plan any subject and to be used as a starting point. Attached is a supporting document that also helps to fill in all boxes. Good for new teachers!
schmidty707
Report Writing Examples & TemplatesQuick View

Report Writing Examples & Templates

A selection of different report writing examples and templates to assist you with writing a generalised report for students in your form or tutor groups as well as for the subject of Geography. These resources are best used when writing reports which are to include an overview of students' subject reports as well as there other commitments in school, for example, art, sport or music activities. Several other documents can also be used for writing subject-specific reports The report examples in this download range from capable/high achieving students to students with poor focus and concentration as well as those wet involved within the school community. - 11 Different Form/Tutor Group Reports Included - 4 Different Year 5 End-of-Term reports Included - Each report includes highlighted possessive pronouns (he/she/him/her) and well as blank lines to easily identify relevant changes to be made. - Reports range from approx. 200 - 400 words in length - Available for download on Pages and as a Word document.
kstrick92