Preparing SEN pupils for exams

Flora Michti
07th May 2019
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Tips, tools and templates to ensure that students with SEN are prepared for success ahead of the exam season 

You’ll be hard-stretched to find a pupil who doesn’t dread exams, let alone for students who find the change in routine and pressure to work under exam conditions a challenge. Whether your learners need help with memorising information, organising their revision notes or managing their time effectively, we’ve selected a range of resources to set them on the right track.

Primary resources

 

SPAG- superb sentences

Sixth in the series. focusing on sentence work and a short power point for CPD for staff on grammar in general .
By kCOATES

Dyslexia Friendly Spelling Lists KS1 and KS2 Big Spellings

This resource can be used along side my other Big Spelling resources. Big Spellings can be used in a primary or junior school so that each child has a spelling list to suit their ability. (see my other resources which include initial assessments and full instructions). These lists can be used for a few children in each class who really struggle to retain spellings. Each week these Dyslexia Friendly spellings consist of the same 5 High Frequency Words for 3 weeks in a row. Each week the other 5 spellings change and are phonic based, with the easier sounds first. PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK!
By ellieteacher

Maths Vocabulary Mats

A selection of colourful vocabulary mats to support maths, some double sided and with picture support. Highlights the core vocabulary for the maths topic covered. Sassoon font used throughout
By bevevans22

Helping Children's Visual Skills and Memory

Professor Amanda Kirby describes how to improve children's visual skills.
By DysTalk_UK

Secondary resources

There, their, they're sorting activity - SEN

This activity requires students to sort clozed sentences by whether the missing word should be there, their or they're. These resources were designed for use when teaching adults using a multisensory structured literacy programme (for example, Alpha to Omega or Hickey), but could also be used for children.
By colleenpearson

Guide to Effective Revision - book and timetable

This illustrated guide explains effective revision in a fully illustrated booklet, ideal for KS3/KS4 pupils. Laid out in a clear, concise format that pupils might actually read, the booklet is full of hints and tips and follows the popular Oaka Books revision pack style. Hugely popular, this booklet is now being used by over 4,500 teachers around the world.

As we know just how much time is spent creating a revision timetable work of art (rather than actually revising!), we have also put together a downloadable revision timetable for you to print off for your pupils.

This resource booklet comes with timetable for download.

Since July 2015, this resource has been downloaded over 4,500 times and has been a TES Recommended product.

Full details of 50 Oaka Books topic packs for KS1, KS2 and KS3 can be found at www.oakabooks.co.uk.
By OakaBooks

One-Page Study Skills Guides - Mind-Maps etc

One-sided step-by-step guides to creating a mind-map, a research board and a (useful!) to-do list. Can be stuck in books, used as a poster or laminated as a 'help card&'. Good for English lessons for lower-attainers and for study skills mentoring(especially those who have dyslexia-type difficulties). I&';ll keep adding more as I create them... For more: www.HumansNotRobots.co.uk
By Matt Grant

How to use your extra time in exams.

This is a powerpoint we use in our Learning Support department to encourage our students to use their extra time effectively.
By alfr75

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