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Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 - Loneliness
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Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 - Loneliness

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A vibrant PowerPoint to highlight Mental Health Awareness Week (9 May - 15 May) for use in assemblies or PSHE/classroom work. Includes: Key statistics surrounding loneliness An introduction to loneliness and its causes 4 common myths surrounding loneliness The impact loneliness has on mental health Tips for finding peace in yourself and in others What to do if you’re feeling lonely Helpful links and who to speak to Fully animated with transitions, full colour, 21 slides in total.
International Women's Day 2022 - Assembly Presentation
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International Women's Day 2022 - Assembly Presentation

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A vibrant PowerPoint celebrating International Women’s Day 2022 for use in assemblies or PSHE/classroom work. Includes: An introduction to IWD 2022 10 core values of International Women’s Day This year’s theme of #BreakTheBias Outline of harmful stereotypes that still persist today Group discussion opportunities on actions students can take to create a more gender equal world 6 women breaking barriers and changing the world today Summary of key take-away points Guidance and suggestions are given in the PowerPoint notes. The document has been designed to be eye-catching, engaging and effective in providing students with clear information on gender inequality. Fully animated with transitions. Also included is a PDF version of the presentation.
Discussion Roles - Roleplay cards to structure group talk for oracy
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Discussion Roles - Roleplay cards to structure group talk for oracy

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A set of 6 roleplay cards which can be used to structure class discussion by allocating jobs for those participating. Allows hesitant or shy students to get involved in debate and other group talk by assigning roles. Improve classroom oracy by encouraging structured discussion. 1 - Start it 2 - Build on it 3 - Challenge it 4 - Make it clear 5 - Prove it 6 - Summarise it Included are six A4 posters for display as well as an A4 card that includes each role in one place. The card can be cut into square tokens or badges to hand out to individual students, or printed and handed to groups as a whole.
AQA English Language, Paper 1 + Paper 2 Key Skills Display
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AQA English Language, Paper 1 + Paper 2 Key Skills Display

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A set of two high resolution posters outlining AQA’s English Language Paper 1 and Paper 2 demands. The posters are colourful and cleanly organised, and include: Recommended timings for each question The marks available for each question A summary of the skills required to tackle each question A simple reminder graphic to visually anchor the key skills Posters are designed at A4 size, but will print at larger sizes without a major loss of quality. Print on thick card for a quality classroom display.
Autism Awareness Month 2022 Assembly
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Autism Awareness Month 2022 Assembly

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A vibrant PowerPoint celebrating both Autism Awareness Month 2022 and World Autism Acceptance Week (28 March - 3 April) for use in assemblies or PSHE/classroom work. Includes: Key statistics surrounding autism in the UK An introduction to autism, it’s characteristics and behaviours How autism sits on a spectrum The gender divide within autism Details on struggles with social communication, routine and repetition Details on sensory issues, meltdown and shutdown A look at special interests and how they can help and soothe Advantages to the autistic way of thinking 7 famous and influential people in the real life and pop culture who have autism Why we celebrate Autism Awareness Month Tips on how to help our friends and make the world for autism-friendly Further info, helpful links and who to speak to at school Fully animated with transitions, full colour, 22 slides in total.
KS2 - English Worksheet and Lesson - Similes and Metaphors 1
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KS2 - English Worksheet and Lesson - Similes and Metaphors 1

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KS2 English Up To Speed Lesson 1 - Similes and Metaphors 1 A quick, fun and easy lesson that aims to engage KS2 students, learning and then practicing the difference between different setence types. The lesson follows 3 steps: Starter - Pre-contextualise the material with a fun warmup activity Read and Copy- Read through the material as a group with the help of images, then copy the definition Practice/produce- Practice skills using a worksheet, then produce an original piece, displaying learning This lesson includes a quick, printable worksheet, definitions and plenaries to ensure learning. Works well in 1:1 settings, for differentiated English catchup with older yeargroups, or with groups.
KS2 - English Worksheet and Lesson - Commas
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KS2 - English Worksheet and Lesson - Commas

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KS2 English Up To Speed Lesson 1 - Commas A quick, fun and easy lesson that aims to engage KS2 students, learning and then practicing the difference between different setence types. The lesson follows 3 steps: Starter - Pre-contextualise the material with a fun warmup activity Read and Copy- Read through the material as a group with the help of images, then copy the definition Practice/produce- Practice skills using a worksheet, then produce an original piece, displaying learning This lesson includes a quick, printable worksheet, definitions and plenaries to ensure learning. Works well in 1:1 settings, for differentiated English catchup with older yeargroups, or with groups. Tes paid licence
International Women's Day 2021 - Assembly Presentation
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International Women's Day 2021 - Assembly Presentation

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A vibrant PowerPoint celebrating International Women’s Day for use in assemblies or PSHE/classroom work. Includes: Facts surrounding global gender inequality 10 core values of International Women’s Day A selection of incredible women and their achievements Group discussion on actions students can take to create a more gender equal world Summary of key take-away points Guidance and suggestions are given in the PowerPoint notes. The document has been designed to be eye-catching, engaging and effective in providing students with clear information on gender inequality. Also included is a PDF version of the presentation.
KS3 English -  Reading Comprehension Lesson & Plan - 03, "Umbrella"
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KS3 English - Reading Comprehension Lesson & Plan - 03, "Umbrella"

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KS3 Read & Respond 03 - Umbrella A bright, detailed and vividly planned lesson that aims to test KS3 students with their ability to read, comprehend and respond to a stimulating short story. The lesson has four steps: Starter - Pre-contextualise the material with a fun warmup activity Read - Read through the material as a group with the help of bold images and vocabulary prompts Understand - Summarise the material and reflect upon its impact on the reader Respond - Create a short descriptive piece of text based on an image prompt, using adjectives to paint a scene This lesson focuses on the short story “Umbrella” and asks students to evaluate the impact that the story’s twist ending had on the reader, as well as to consider the author’s intent when writing the story. This lesson includes a detailed lesson plan, a PPT full of images, worksheets, questions and examplars, as well as containing a printable version of the short story itself to read with the class. It bakes crucial GCSE skills into the plan, preparing students to meet AO objectives, and teaching them to consider the use of quotations to back responses. This lesson focuses on the impact that rich adjectives and descriptive imagery has on story.
KS3 English -  Reading Comprehension Lesson & Plan - 07, "The Dream Asylum"
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KS3 English - Reading Comprehension Lesson & Plan - 07, "The Dream Asylum"

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KS3 Read & Respond 07 - The Dream Asylum A bright, detailed and vividly planned lesson that aims to test KS3 students with their ability to read, comprehend and respond to a stimulating short story. The lesson has four steps: Starter - Pre-contextualise the material with a fun warmup activity Read - Read through the material as a group with the help of bold images and vocabulary prompts Understand - Summarise the material and reflect upon its impact on the reader Respond - Answer an series of true or false questions to test comprehension, then respond to an essay style question This lesson focuses on the short story “The Dream Asylum” and asks students to evaluate the impact that the story’s twist ending had on the reader, as well as to consider the author’s intent when writing the story. This lesson includes a detailed lesson plan, a PPT full of images, worksheets, questions and examplars, as well as containing a printable version of the short story itself to read with the class. It bakes crucial GCSE skills into the plan, preparing students to meet AO objectives, and teaching them to consider the use of quotations to back responses. This lesson focuses on the impact that genre elements have on story, such as the supernatural, suspense, mystery.
KS3 English -  Reading Comprehension SOW
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KS3 English - Reading Comprehension SOW

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KS3 Read & Respond: A 10 lesson, fully planned SOW centered on reading comprehension. In the bundle are 10 carefully planned lessons that aim to push KS3 students’ reading, comprehension and essay/creative writing skills. Each lesson focuses on a unique short story (all selected from the BBC 500 word contest) and includes a host of activities to guide learning, bolstering reading, comprehension and critical thinking/metacognitive skills. Each lesson follows four steps: Starter - Pre-contextualise the material with a fun warmup activity Read - Read through the material as a group with the help of bold images and vocabulary prompts Understand - Summarise the material and reflect upon its impact on the reader Respond - Produce either an essay, creative writing piece or other planned response to the short story. This SOW includes a detailed lesson plan for each of the 10 lessons, PPT’s full of images, worksheets, questions and examplars, as well as a printable version of each short story to read with the class. This SOW bakes crucial GCSE skills into the plan, preparing students to meet AO objectives whilst teaching them to consider the use of quotations to back responses.
KS4 GCSE English - P.E.T.E.R Poster/Cheatsheet
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KS4 GCSE English - P.E.T.E.R Poster/Cheatsheet

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A vibrant display poster/cheat-sheet for student desks. It lists the five features of PETER paragraphs and offers a simple explanation beside as a reminder. An excellent resource for structured writing lessons - gives students a boost of confidence and helps crystalise the PETER technique.
KS3&4 Lesson Planning Menus (Printable)
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KS3&4 Lesson Planning Menus (Printable)

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A set of 4 editable PowerPoint Menus that you can use to quickly and easily plan an entire lesson’s worth of activities. Each menu can be printed for the class or can be displayed on the white-board, like any standard PowerPoint lesson. This set includes A stylish café style menu with room for up to 11 different lesson tasks, activities or homework assignments. A minimalist design with lots of room for information, this menu is suitable for KS4 and higher ability learners. There is plenty of space on this activity sheet to push students with extension goals and independent research information. A bold, diner style menu with room for up to 9 activities. This retro-looking menu works well with mixed ability KS3 and 4 groups and features a prominent center panel that draws the eye and can be used to present crucial information to your students. A colourful, fast-food style menu with room for 4 activities. This vibrant menu is full of bright imagery and large text, making it ideal for KS3 students, or those with SEN/differentiation needs; it offers a more focused choice of activities for students to work through. A modern, bistro style pamphlet with room to set 5 homework tasks. This A5 homework tracker can be printed two-to-a-page and handed out to students at the beginning of the week or before study-leave and half-term breaks. Suitable for all ages and ability groups. These editable menus provide teachers with a quick and easy method to create fun, independence-focused lessons with differentiation built in to the structure itself. They’re also great for providing a quick cover lesson to leave with your cover teachers. The lessons come in the standard PowerPoint format and are completely editable. Though suitable for any subject, they are particularly useful for English, Humanities and MFL departments. Sets include printer-friendly black and white printables as well.
20 Questions - Printable Career Card Guessing Game
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20 Questions - Printable Career Card Guessing Game

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Get your students thinking about the next step with this “20 questions” inspired jobs guessing game. Students draw a card from the deck and show it to the class without looking. They have 20 questions to guess the career. Resource includes a PowerPoint which can be printed, double sided onto card to form a deck of 56 cards. Each of the 56 cards includes a different career, with a broad range of disciplines, areas of interest and fields of expertise accounted for. This game has been designed to get students thinking about their future outside of school, exposing them to different and interesting career options.
English Language AO2 Skills Lesson Pack - AQA, GCSE Scheme of Work
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English Language AO2 Skills Lesson Pack - AQA, GCSE Scheme of Work

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Teach your English Language students precisely what the AQA assessment objectives expect of them with these two fully planned and prepared lessons. The lessons can be taught over two to four periods depending on group ability, and they cover the AO2criteria in a great depth, providing students all the tools necessary to contextualise AQA’s mark scheme and apply it to their own work. The lessons includes multiple GCSE style AO2 questions for students to tackle, with appropriate frameworks to build them gradually up to the task. The lessons include a silent starter for settling, a starter to contextualise the learning objective, and then multiple activities, reflections, exemplars and plenaries to get your students learning. A perfect pair of lessons to quickly instill the necessary skills needed to reach top marks for AO2. Includes differentiated slides packed with images and key vocabulary so that all students can access the work.
KS3 English -  Reading Comprehension Lesson & Plan - 05, "Find Me"
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KS3 English - Reading Comprehension Lesson & Plan - 05, "Find Me"

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KS3 Read & Respond 05 - Find Me A bright, detailed and vividly planned lesson that aims to test KS3 students with their ability to read, comprehend and respond to a stimulating short story. The lesson has four steps: Starter - Pre-contextualise the material with a fun warmup activity Read - Read through the material as a group with the help of bold images and vocabulary prompts Understand - Summarise the material and reflect upon its impact on the reader Respond - Create a plan for a short story, experimenting with the order of events to understand the role of structure in narratives This lesson focuses on the short story “Find Me” and asks students to evaluate the impact that the story’s twist ending had on the reader, as well as to consider the author’s intent when writing the story. This lesson includes a detailed lesson plan, a PPT full of images, worksheets, questions and examplars, as well as containing a printable version of the short story itself to read with the class. It bakes crucial GCSE skills into the plan, preparing students to meet AO objectives, and teaching them to consider the use of quotations to back responses. This lesson focuses on the impact that structure has on story, and author intent and reader response.
Social Media Star - (FREE EDITION) - A printable boardgame for all ages
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Social Media Star - (FREE EDITION) - A printable boardgame for all ages

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Social Media Star is an online-themed board game and quiz suitable for students of all ages and abilities. The aim of the game is to be the first player to reach 50k followers. Followers are earned by completing tasks on the board. This free, starter edition resource includes all the high resolution files required to print and get you started playing the board game, including .jpg, .png, .ppt and .pdf versions of all the boards and rules. 1-6 players place a token on the board and take turns moving around the social-media themed zones, answering questions from their fans and performing tasks to gain followers. Players are in charge of tracking their own follower count, making the game suitable for numeracy lessons. Suitable for any curriculum, the free edition comes with a printable board and ruleset. Students must navigate the board and answer questions correctly to increase their follower count. Create yourself a set of cards (by hand or by filling in the template) to tax your learners in any curriculum area. The game ends when one player reaches 50k followers. Games can be lengthened or shortened by changing this goal. This free, starter edition resource includes A printable game board (A3) A printable set of blank, editable question templates, A5) A printable set of blank “drama” editable templates, A5) A printable set of “influencer” cards (used to multiply scores on the board) A printable rule-set sheet A printable quick-glance rule-set sheet Best printed on high quality card, this game is quick to set up and play (just requires a set of dice), the game board favours question cards, so students will be taxing their subject knowledge the entire time. This game is tried and tested and loved by students of all ages.
Island Royale - (FREE EDITION) a printable boardgame/quiz for all ages
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Island Royale - (FREE EDITION) a printable boardgame/quiz for all ages

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Island Royale is an adventure themed board game and quiz suitable for students of all ages and abilities. This resource includes all the high resolution files required to print and play the board game, including .jpg, .png, and .ppt versions of the board and rules. 1-6 players parachute in to one of four themed zones on the board and take it in turns rolling dice and navigating the play area. The board is populated with item cards, health points, dangerous traps and question points to keep the game exciting. Suitable for any curriculum, this set comes with a game board and rule card to get you started with the game - students must answer questions correctly to stay in the game. Create yourself a set of cards to tax your learners in any curriculum area. Free edition does not include card templates or “gem” cards. Three wrong answers and a player is out of the game! Additionally, the set includes a board-wide hazard card that comes into play after a set number of rounds, upping the excitement. Players must navigate the board, outrunning the deadly lightning zone, which moves clock-wise around the board and eliminates players caught in its radius. This resource includes A printable game board (A3) A printable rule-set sheet A printable quick-glance rule-set sheet A printable hazard spinner A printable hazard zone (A5) Best printed on high quality card, this game is quick to set up and play (just requires a set of dice), the game board favours question cards, so students will be taxing their subject knowledge the entire time. This game is tried and tested and loved by students of all ages.