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      EYFS Personal Targets

      EYFS Personal Targets

      As well as targets from their teachers, children should be encouraged to think about what they want to improve. These targets can be displayed in the classroom as a reminder of what children are working towards - they also make a great feature for parents and visitors to look at. This file includes eight different targets to be displayed. - Add children's names either in the document or by printing, laminating and writing on them with a dry-wipe marker so names can be changed.

      By littlelearnersmail

      All About Me.  Booklet to go home for parents.  EYFS

      All About Me. Booklet to go home for parents. EYFS

      A booklet to send home to your parents during the first week of school. This booklet will serve as a great transition between the home and school for the child as it will allow them to draw pictures and (with help from an adult) answer the questions about themselves such as what they can do and what they like to play with. This All About Me booklet serves September well as generally, EYFS classrooms focus on learning about ourselves and each other. This gives each child a great opportunity to stand up and present their completed booklet and talk about it (themselves)

      By MrEarlyYears

      Weekly "I can..." Objectives Template

      Weekly "I can..." Objectives Template

      Attached you will find six different templates that you can use for students to create their own “I can…” statements. These self-identified objectives can serve as a goal for the day or for a lesson. This is great for students that need to work towards something specific, for students with special needs, or students that are feeing defeated. This form serves as excellent documentation for achievement of goals as well as facilitates the intrinsic ownership over growth. The versions of each are identified on the bottom right corner. The first three present the goals in three different manners. The second three have the same template but push students to elaborate on their self-reflection. This variety allows you to easily differentiate to each student to match their needs.

      By Hashtag_Teached

      Student Friendly Weekly Behavior Tracker Form

      Student Friendly Weekly Behavior Tracker Form

      This tracking form reflects the traditional color system behavior system. It mimics the stoplight system of Red, Yellow, and Green do signify obvious behavior representations. Students will color in their color each day and then check the box that reflects the reason for their behavior. Students will either check they had a great day or can check one of the pre-listed options of components such as needs to work on staying focused, showing respect, etc. There is a signature line at the bottom of each day (already set up for the week) in which parents can be accountable for daily behaviors. This serves as excellent documentation and tracking for interventions and response to misbehaviors as well as rewards for positive behaviors (PBIS).

      By Hashtag_Teached

      Positive Office Referral Template

      Positive Office Referral Template

      In a spirit of promoting positive behavior intervention support systems (PBIS), this template is a great ay to change the way students get attention. In addition to or in replacement of negative referrals to the office, this form allows for students to receive extra positive attention when caught doing great things. Just like the normal form, this alternative praises students based on their behavior or characteristics such as flexibility, accountability, optimism, respect, grit, perseverance and more. It is set up to have the student's name, the date, teacher, location, details and more. It also includes additional details and signature lines for the teacher, parents, and administrators. Please leave some feedback for how it work for you and how you implemented it in your school/classroom!

      By Hashtag_Teached

      Assessment against initial baseline

      Assessment against initial baseline

      This resource is to assess students with an Education, Care and Health Plan (EHCP) that can be used year on year to assess students against their initial baseline assessment. This resource would work well with Baseline Assessment for new students (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/baseline-assessment-summary-sheet-11675225?theme=1). This resource will help evidence progress students, particularly those with SEND needs, make year on year- always useful for Ofsted, LEA and parents.

      By GoldSEN

      An Introduction to Braille for the Sighted

      An Introduction to Braille for the Sighted

      An introduction to Braille for the sighted, covering the alphabet, numbers, mathematical symbols and punctuation. Pack includes: - Scheme of Work Lesson Plan Work book Alphabet Flash Cards Number Flash Card Punctuation Flash Cards Mathematical symbols Flash Cards

      By leighbeeson

      All your 1-9 generators in one bundle

      All your 1-9 generators in one bundle

      A generator for 1- 9 (use fo KS3 or non tiered tests whole school) Foundation Generator (1-5) Caps students at 5H Higher Generator (4-9) Limits students to standards N,4,5,6,7,8,9,. Simply, you enter you test scores and it spits out grade boundaries from 1 - 9 (each standard broken into 3 confidence levels). Wait there is more, it uses the spread of you data to assign boundaries. Set a test too hard? No problem, no longer do you need to moderate and adjust boundaries, it does it for you, no more data spikes and dips! It uses the max and minimum grades to set a range, which it divides by the substandard within 1- 9. Clever. Want to check the stretch of the test? No issue, the hand histogram show you the spread of results on your test and helps you quickly alter assessments for future use. Just want grade boundaries, click on the tab and send them out to your team, you now look like a genius! Want to save time, click the final tab where each student has their attainment calculated and reported automatically! I created this because there was nothing, we now are using it whole school to quality assure, assess and report predicted attainment at end of GCSE 1 - 9. Excel file has cells unlocked for your data entry and to ensure no plagiarism takes place.

      By Andytomjohnson