This is a useful resource both for formal observations and peer obs as it allows staff to see what area they need to improve on by using sectional gradings.
Teachers /NQTs/BTs can also use the checklist on its own for self assessment and reflection on their own practice.
For marking off observations you have done for each child in each area, so you can see at a glance which areas/children you are lacking in observations for. I tend to colour code it to make it clearer.
This observation format is for NQT's to use to observe other teachers with a focus and can be used as evidence for many of the standards.
(I have adapted this resource from one I used at the university of Roehampton)
<p>This is a successful, completed application submitted during the time there were external assessors. Some content was written in such a way as to be a red-flag to an external assessor, demonstrating that management bullying was involved in the rejection of the application. As expected, the head turned down the threshold, and an external assessor was sent out. Because of the evidence listed (read those parts carefully as they could be of use to you!), her decision was overturned.</p>
This is a booklet produced for parents on how mathematics is taught in primary school. It is somewhat incomplete as some parts have to be hand-drawn once you've printed it out. It is designed to be parent-friendly - put in language and visuals that parents of most abilities would understand.
It is for all primary, but does do more focus on KS2 as that has had more changes.
Over 30 slides covering this summer's Olympics 2016 in Rio and the Euro 2016 meet in France in June 2016.<br />
The resource has three files- two pdf worksheets including comprehensions, gapfills, discussion questions, word searches, maths calculations and acrostic poems, and a PowerPoint with Olympic quiz questions.<br />
This is ideal end of term fun work for KS2- touches on general knowledge, PE, English and Maths. <br />
Good PSHE lesson too!
European Deal or No Deal: Two games: Euro ’16 and the European Union<br />
European Deal No Deal; Based on the TV game show, these are two interactive PowerPoint based quizzes.<br />
Each with 20 multiple choice questions <br />
Players need to:<br />
• Choose a numbered box and pick an answer to a question.<br />
• Click on an answer and, if right, the answer will go green. <br />
• Click next and the banker will make a points offer.<br />
• Deal, and they keep all the points, and someone else gets to play. <br />
• Don’t deal and they play on.<br />
• If answered incorrectly, they’re out of the game and lose all the points<br />
• It at the end teams are level, there’s a tie breaker to decide who wins<br />