Curriculum for Excellence - Children's Version

Curriculum for Excellence - Children's Version

An easy to understand and use version of A Curriculum for Excellence. It uses child friendly language to show four capacities in which excellence may be obtained, successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens and effective contributors. Can be referred to at start of lesson alongside WALT and WILF and will make a useful classroom display.
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Every Child Matters, Unit 3, Make a Positive Contribution

Every Child Matters, Unit 3, Make a Positive Contribution

Classroom Resources are offering a free Every Child Matters resource to TES subscribers! This free of charge pack has Make a Positive Contribution as its focus area. The worksheets have been specifically designed to allow learners at KS3 a full understanding of what it means to make a positive contribution. The pack offers a variety of different teaching and learning styles within its pages as well as giving up-to-date facts, figures, case studies and reports.
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Make Your Mark Challenge

Make Your Mark Challenge

The Make Your Mark Challenge is a free, one-day, national enterprise competition for 14-19 year olds in secondary schools and colleges. It kick-starts Enterprise Week which this year will be part of Global Entrepreneurship Week (17-23 November 2008). It's FREE to take part and really easy for teachers to run. Students across the country will be challenged to come up with ideas for new and innovative products and services in response to a secret brief launched on our website (www.makeyourmarkchallenge.org) on Monday 17 November. The competition is designed for students aged 14-19 and aims to improve their enterprise capability, communication and planning skills. You can run the Make Your Mark Challenge in your school or college at any time but you'd be bananas to miss taking part during Enterprise Week 2008!
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Copyright Awareness Pack

Copyright Awareness Pack

Activities and background information to make pupils aware of copyright law including the need to credit authors correctly when quoting their work. Section for teachers and FAQs cover the need to clear copyright when reproducing extracts for use in class. Pupils’ activities relate to past winners of the Carnegie Medal (for children’s literature). The 21-page pack includes eight activity sheets which the ALCS suggests can be differentiated. It is one of a set of resources which can be downloaded from the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals site
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