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Resources are within the KS2 range. They are ideal for an NQT in KS2 as some are quite descriptive. Many resources are aimed at the Year 6 level (or Year 5) as I have had to create me own SATs resources over the years (especially since 2014). They have really helped the thousandds of children that I have seen benefit from them; I hope they help your class too.

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Resources are within the KS2 range. They are ideal for an NQT in KS2 as some are quite descriptive. Many resources are aimed at the Year 6 level (or Year 5) as I have had to create me own SATs resources over the years (especially since 2014). They have really helped the thousandds of children that I have seen benefit from them; I hope they help your class too.
Evolution of the Horse Year 6 Science
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Evolution of the Horse Year 6 Science

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Lesson plan and resources to help your class understand how evolution works. It is very simple and children are normally able to explain the evolutionary process after this activity. It even comes with a next step to help the children solidify their learning. No differentiation as this should be accessible for the whole class.
Reading Comprehension WW2 Year 6
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Reading Comprehension WW2 Year 6

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Reading comprehension sheets aimed at Year 6 which are themed on WW2. Zip file contains questions and reading sheets. Ideal for morning work or for afternoon work or for a starter activity. I tried to aim all questions roughly in proportion with the standards; there is a focus on drawing inference for three mark answers. Let me know any way I could improve them.
Reading Comp for Giant's Necklace
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Reading Comp for Giant's Necklace

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Reading comprehension for pages 9 - 11 of the Giant’s Necklace. Questions aimed for Year 6 children as they are clearly SATs orientated. Would be best used during the first lesson of Giant’s Necklace. Let me know what you think.
Catholic / Protestant - What is the difference?
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Catholic / Protestant - What is the difference?

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Two day’s module for RE teaching children the difference between Catholics and Protestants. It can be used for KS2 or KS3. The work is suitable for all ages, but there are some tricky elements to work through with your class. Planning is rigid, but is adaptable. Let me know if there are any improvements you would like.
Goodnight Mr Tom Literacy Pack - Reading and Writing examples
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Goodnight Mr Tom Literacy Pack - Reading and Writing examples

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Literacy Pack contains a range of Goodnight Mr Tom materials to be adapted to suit needs: Inference from characters using a few paragraphs example Three sections of text to read with mark grades next to them (makes great homework) Greater-Depth diary example from William B. Uses very precise vocabulary Tom’s informal letter to a friend. These resources should be adjusted to suit needs; they form the basis for deep-text exploration.
Invention of Hugo Cabret - Weekly Plan
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Invention of Hugo Cabret - Weekly Plan

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Weekly plan for work relating to *Invention of Hugo Cabret * Contains resources and links to use. Fantastic for an introductory topic in a year group or for getting some high-level writing from your class. Ideally, there will be a class set of books to accompany this.
Resources D-Day/ Non Chronological report
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Resources D-Day/ Non Chronological report

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This group of resources are ideal for introducing D-Day to your class and helping them scaffold their own non-chronological report about D-Day. Can be used during one introductory lesson, or as part of a whole week’s research.
Inference Resource for Year 3
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Inference Resource for Year 3

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This is a great resource that I would recommend for Year 3 students or students performing below the standard in Year 4. It can be used as a basis for interventions as well. I made these mainly in preparation of exams, but discovered that they are excellent for morning or afternoon work.
SATS RECAP FOR MATHS
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SATS RECAP FOR MATHS

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Covers the major areas before the SATs examination. I used this as a tool a few days before the tests - can be used throughout the year as a quick way to assess their knowledge of most of the curriculum.
Inference resources for Year 5/6 -- SATS revision
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Inference resources for Year 5/6 -- SATS revision

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30+ reading examples specially designed to coax out answers that can only be found from detailed inference. Ideal resource for SATs revision. Pupils read as part of early morning work, afternoon work or during Literacy with the teacher. Each sheet contains a few paragraphs of reading and a question which relies on inference being drawn from the text. Answers are given on a separate sheet. There are many suggested approaches. Ideally, pupils will highlight key sentences and explain how they are clues and how they can be used together to form an answer. Please offer any ideas for improvements.
Years 5/6 - Why do people believe in God?
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Years 5/6 - Why do people believe in God?

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SACRE - RE topic based on the question: Why do people believe in God? Questions to stick into book as headers alongside planning and a look at the book of Genesis for good measure. The planning and topic are fairly open and feel free to change as you wish. Ideally, this is for the Warwick SACRE scheme. But, it still can be used for any teacher looking to introduce this difficult subject matter.
Synonym and Antonym matching cards - 11 plus and KS2
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Synonym and Antonym matching cards - 11 plus and KS2

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Suitable for pupils training for the 11 plus (I found the key word lists for this) or for KS2 vocabulary building. Match up the synonyms or the antonyms. Can easily be copied/printed onto card. Designed with National Curriculum Vocabulary in mind - but, will work with 11 plus pupils looking to extend their vocabulary. Contains: Synonym matching cards Antonym matching cards Extension of tricky definition matching cards Happy and Sad Synonym cards. (These are not to be matched, but to place in order of sadness/happiness)
Short horror story to read with lesson planning
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Short horror story to read with lesson planning

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Horror short story to read with class - complete with planning for 6 lessons. Contains: Short Story in word.doc and pdf Prologue and individual chapter lesson plans with handy tips Ideal for Year 6 (or even 11 plus) reading comprehension. Each lesson has been crafted to ensure maximum curriculum coverage.
Range of Maths Homeworks - Starts on Place Value
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Range of Maths Homeworks - Starts on Place Value

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Homework for the Autumn Term for Year 5 or Year 6. It starts with the basics in Place Value and moves through the curriculum. It follows WRH at points and Maths-No Problem at others. Ideally, it is used alongside class teaching. Can also be used for revision.
Non Fiction Creation - Cryptozoology!
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Non Fiction Creation - Cryptozoology!

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Welcome to the intriguing and pseudo-scientific world of Cryptozoology. Whilst, and many readers will agree with the following, this appears to be a word created by the publishers for shock-value, this fascinating term has intriguing entomological roots. For those with inside knowledge – as you will presently be – Cryptozoology is a compound of the word Cryptid (an interesting term for an animal that is no yet discovered) and zoology (the scientific term for the study and classification of animals). Perhaps the reader may wish to explore more bizarre and apparently ‘scientific’-sounding words? Or, if the reader wishes to delve deeper into the matter, they have to but only read on to discover the world of The Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot and the other incredible animals of folklore. If you want to teach some informal formal writing that will capture every child’s attention, try my Cryptozoology resource. Every time I have used it, the children have written incredible things!