I have typed up the new EYFS early learning goals and broken them down into areas for easier reference.
I will give these to my TA to refer to when observing. It could also be used as a tick list now that there are no profile points or tracking systems in place.
It is a statutory duty to report to parents/carers how their children scored against the ELG (EYFS Profile). This is a simple explanation to the parents what it is and what does Emerging/Expected/Exceeding mean.
A powerpoint presentation showing the spelling rules associated with how to add ‘er’ and ‘est’ to adjectives. Bold graphics and animations throughout, with captions in Comic Sans font. A companion to the ‘adding ‘ing’ presentation
PowerPoint with ideas based on those in the Igniting Writing series by Pie Corbett, Sue Palmer and Ann Webley
Looks at different elements of a story and gives examples of different ideas that can be used within the classroom. Many ideas are visual and would support reluctant writers or pupils with SEN
Based on an idea from Pie Corbett: double sided revision sheets for non fiction writing. Clear pointers regarding audience, purpose, structure and language features in addition to examples and other information
PowerPoints with ideas based on those in the Igniting Writing series by Pie Corbett, Sue Palmer and Ann Webley. Each presentation looks at a different area of non fiction writing and includes examples of writing skeletons and an overview of things that pupils need to know when planning to write. There are blank writing skeletons for each text type, in PowerPoint format, to help pupils with their planning. These can be used with the Non Fiction writing toolkits - the link is included
PLEASE NOTE: A new updated 2016 version of this resource is now available. Spreadsheets have been updated as have all objectives. New overview sheet allows you to see pupils' achievements in individual strands. Tracking sheets have been improved to make tracking more efficient. End of term/year reports have been added. Check out my shop - by clicking on my username - to find this new must have resource.
Assessment spreadsheets and tracking resources I've created using a 7-point system. Enter numbers 1-7 (which is explained in the introduction) into spreadsheet for learning objectives which will then calculate averages and a progress 'level' for the accompanying tracking sheets. The newly added overview sheet is a great addition which gives you an instant understanding of the current level of your children in maths, reading, writing and science. Who needs classroom monitor and the ongoing cost? This system, plus my foundation subjects tracking system (see link below), will be all your school needs for tracking progress in this 'interesting' era of assessment without levels. Please, leave feedback for this amazing resource!
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Has that pile of books been sitting on your desk for over a week? Why not print out some stickers and get sticking! I use a range of stickers to encourage student feedback. It's an excellent way to save some time but also encourage a dialogue. Credit to A. Wilkes for inspiration. You will require various label size papers but there are some standard envelope ones. Sticker sizes include: standard address label, 25x25, 64x64 and others. Comments are appreciated. This paper can be purchased online and put into any printer. Comments are appreciated. Images are taken from Microsoft Office Clip-Art collections and used in line with MS policy.
ne powerpoint and three worksheets (quiz, information and self evaluation task) with activities relating to getting KS4 and KS5 students to think about time management, this lesson can be delivered in a tutorial before making a revision timetable.
Before using the selector, allocate each child in your class a number. You might decide to use register order.
To generate a random number you simply click on a box. A number will then be automatically generated. You can even edit the resource to replace the numbers with your students' names if you would prefer.
If you have questions about the resource please feel free to email me at email@example.com. I am happy to answer your questions.
Ideal for a "no hands up" approach to question and answer sessions. resource for randomly choosing children to answer questions or undertake tasks.