A pack of 5 revision worksheets - Each one containing 46 different past paper SATs style questions, all fitted onto one double sided A4 sheet <br />
Great for keeping photocopying down whilst practising loads of past questions!There is a record sheet (including key skills) for each pupil to record their score after each attempt and try to beat it the next time! Each worksheet has similar questions & key skills but with new numbers each time in order for pupils to build confidence, fluency, and consolidate their learning. <br />
Answers for all questions are provided (as pdf and ppt) - each on a single page which can be projected onto IWB in one go or printed out on a single sheet to allow for self/peer marking.<br />
Could be done in class with support or at home for revision - Ideal for some intensive last minute SATs preparation. (PDF files)
2015 Recount Unit Plan Year 1 2 weeks worth of planning<br />
new curriculum<br />
Plan has school logo on which I have permission to use and may reference outside resources or resources I plan to make.<br />
Plans may make reference to free websites to enhance the lesson.<br />
I don't include a mock up woodcutters diary as noted on the review as I make a different one up each year to suit the needs of the children in my class. Adapting the vocabulary and language to suit and challenge their varying abilities. Since these are year 1 plans to make up a woodcutters diary that is suitable wouldn't take very long as all the arduous planning is done.
I have permission to use any clip art used on the plan.<br />
Any blank spaces are for websites I have had to remove due to T&C's.<br />
2014 curriculum<br />
1 weeks worth of comprehensive planning.<br />
This plan will also be in the Spring 2nd maths plan pack of planning.
I have permission to use the school logo used in these plans.<br /><br />
Any blank spaces are due to having to delete website references for T and C's.<br /><br />
New 2014 Curriculum objectives<br /><br />
In my role as Internet Safety Officer, I originally did this presentation for an assembly, but have since used it to guide parents.
As a workshop with questions it takes about 45 minutes, but as an assembly you might need to take out some of the slides to fit your assembly timings.
There are notes in the slides if this is being presented by somebody who is not technical and the aim is to encourage discussion between parents and children.
This is an idea for an assembly.
It needs work and planning beforehand with a small number of children (min 4, max 8) depending in the depth of content you cover in the scenario and narrating of the scenario.
It worked particularly well because of the involvment of the kids.
Safer Internet Day 2013 is on Tuesday 5th February. This years theme is Online Rights and Responsibilities - Connect with Respect. Introduce the theme to your primary pupils with this assembly and supporting script.
Video Games are the largest grossing industry surpassing both the film and music industries combined.
While video games are a pastime enjoyed by millions as with all things that bring pressure there is a possibility of addiction.
This PowerPoint covers the basics of video games addiction, signs to look out for and advice on what to do. Perfect as a conversation started with Secondary school students potentially battling addiction problems or noticing early warning signs.
This PowerPoint is designed to be delivered in a CPD training session and should last approximately 1 hour depending on style and delivery.
Notes to help delivery are included.
About the Author - I work in an OFSTED Grade 1 Secondary school as the Online Safeguarding Coordinator, I am a trained CEOP ambassador and give lectures to staff, parents and children in schools as well as lectures at Universities and other Parental Groups. I am a SLE in the use of technology in the classroom. I am also a part time video game journalist running a site on independent video games.
The lesson discusses how to be safe online and how to deal with cyber-bullying? It contains 19 slides.
Students have the task to write down on their worksheets what ideas come to their mind when they see couple of the topic-specific pictures.
Can your children look at these six fictional social media profiles and identify any potential issues. Possible answers include:
* Numbers of friends - Do these people actually know that many people in real life?
* Location - Giving away where you live, go to school or where you are at a particular time.
* Age - Use of social media by children who are younger than the specified age limits.
* Photos - Sharing images of others without their permission.
... and much more!
Find more resources like this in our Internet Safety Pack at www.teachingpacks.co.uk
Developed in PowerPoint using VBA this extremely versatile and very popular Minecraft inspired activity can be used as a starter, plenary or other whole class or group activity that aims to get children collaborating, discussing topics and working together as a team to consolidate their knowledge and understanding of any topic you choose.
Easily create your own lists of questions using nothing more than Notepad (or similar text editor) and then simply drop whichever question list you want to use into the same folder as the Mindcraft file, and it will immediately shuffle up your questions and use them to stretch your students' knowledge.
The rules are simple and explained clearly within the activity, but essentially students will be divided into two teams, and each team will be able to 'mine' their way through a virtual Minecraft style world. They'll come across dirt, stones, iron, coal, gold, emerald, water and even creepers! Each item type will result in different actions being taken. Finding dirt or stone will require a question to be answered, whereas gold and other valuable ores will earn the team points. Getting questions right also earns points, but getting them wrong will lose points. Find a creeper and the loud explosion will signal that team's turn over!
Watch a video demonstration of this resource, as well as a clear tutorial on how to use it, and adapt it: