APP for guided reading, single levels on a single sheet - ALL the AF's and space for your group names. You can see what aspects of reading the children in your guided group are achieving at that level and what they need to do to improve. I have now completed all levels from level 1 to level 5.
Produced by a Westberks LEA consultant in February 2007 to share with parents how maths is taught in the primary school. I have also added an updated version that I gave to the governors, showing how the primary framework is implemented. I have had permission from the LEA consultant to share this, I hope you find it useful, we had lots of positive feedback from the parents.
We followed up the presentation with 3 weeks of workshops: addition and subtraction, multiplication, division and any other questions. I showed parents how we teach each of these areas in more detail.
<p>Great Fire of London planning. Taken from a wide variety of resources, sorry I haven’t referenced them very well in the planning. Have uploaded some, which I haven’t made, I hope people don’t mind. I hope the planning at least helps support yours
<p>A variety of worksheets to help with teaching Geography. An example medium term plans, character outlines, differentiated building uses worksheets and some Easter egg hunt coordinates. Other topics covered: Maps and Plans; Familiar settings stori
This is a fun, engaging and creative lesson with shape. The lesson has been successfully used to apply knowledge of shapes in a year 2 setting. Children can begin to think of problems systematically. They think of the best way to start, that there is more than one answer, that they can use number doubles and counting on to support them. Children are encouraged to find different ways to make a 9 sided shape family. They need to be secure with properties of simple 2d shapes previously such as sides of regular shapes. This activity can also be used in year 1 with children working in greater depth to demonstrate reasoning with shape in the measures unit. Work can be differentiated by giving children regular or irregular shapes. Very stimulating activity for all learners.
Enough resources for two lessons. Aimed for Year 2 but could easily be adapted.
The first lesson involves the children extending patterns through dragging and dropping shapes before extending their own patterns with one of the five differentiated worksheets.
The second lesson allows children to recap extending sequences and create a class pattern with the large shape sheets. Then children are given the task to create and continue their own sequences using the cut out shapes and worksheet. Both lessons include plenaries.
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KS1 2016 Maths SATs QLA
KS1 2016 Sample Maths SATs QLA
Primary School Mathematics QLA
Easy to use Excel Spreadsheets to analyse the above maths test scores using Question Level Analysis (QLA). Papers 1 (arithmetic), and 2(reasoning) are analysed in both the 2016 SATs and sample SATs. Will highlight students' areas of strength and weaknesses in key maths areas including number, calculation, problem solving, handling data, shape and measurement. Simply add the students' name and their score and the spreadsheet will update and produce graphs based on their answers.