A set of 25 posters that summarise key historical periods and events. Really useful for students to refer to whilst studying a particular topic. Includes Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, The Celts, The Saxons, The Vikings, Norman Conquest of England, The Aztecs and Mesoamerica, The Inca Civilisation, The Middle Ages, The House of Tudor, The House of Stuart, Georgian Era, Victorian Era, Edwardian Era, World War 1, World War 2, The Cold War, People Power Revolution, Tiananmen Square Protests, September 11 Attacks and COVID 19.
A set of 25 visual factsheets that give students key information about different countries around the world. Countries included are: Australia, Brazil, China, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Germany, Hungary, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, Laos, Malaysia, New Zealand, Oman, The Philippines, Qatar, Russia, Sweden, Thailand, The USA, The United Kingdom, Venezuela, Yemen, Zimbabwe.
A set of 25 presentations that allow students to respond to a famous artwork, learn a little about the background and then take part in a suggested activity. Artwork included: A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, American Gothic, Composition 8, Dance at Le moulin de la Galette, Girl with a Pearl Earring, Guernica, Impression Sunset, Lady with an Ermine, Liberty Leading the People, Luncheon of the Boating Party, Mona Lisa, Nighthawks, No. 5 1948, Sunflowers, The Great Wave off Kanagawa, The Last Supper, The Magpie, The Old Guitarist, The Persistence of Memory, The Scream, The Sleeping Gypsy, The Son of Man, The Starry Night, Van Gogh Self-Portrait, Whistler’s Mother.
This resource includes a Primary Curriculum Map for Years 1 – 6 that can easily be adapted to suit your setting. There are some suggested texts for English (by no means exhaustive) and basic unit headings for other subjects (Maths, Science, Art, Computing, PSHE, Integrated Curriculum Topics, Music, PE, Chinese). Also included are LTP, MTP and STP templates.
A set of 15 presentations (potential for a 3 week unit of work) that teach students about different poetic forms. Those included are Acrostic, Adjective, Alliteration, Alphabet, Autobiographical, Biographical, Cinquain, Colour, Diamante, Fives Senses, Haiku, Kenning, Limerick, Shape and Tanka. A learning objective and success criteria is included for each poem type.
A summary of National Curriculum objectives for teachers and helpful revision notes for students. This is the complete curriculum from Years 1 to 6, totalling 56 pages altogether. Topics reviewed here includes number and place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, ratio and proportion, fractions, decimals, percentages, algebra, measurement, statistics, geometry, etc.
Simple and easy to use assessment tracker for primary. There’s space for baselines, targets and teacher judgements for autumn, spring and summer. Progress is measured using the terms beginning, developing, meeting and exceeding. Percentages will not generate automatically but you can easily add the formulas once you have populated the cells with student data.
All National Curriculum Science Objectives for teachers and a set of helpful glossaries for students. This is the complete curriculum from Years 1 to 6, totalling 56 pages altogether. Topics include: Plants, Animals Including Humans, Uses of Everyday Materials, Seasonal Changes, Living Things and Their Habitats, Rocks, Light, Forces and Magnets, States of Matter, Sound, Electricity, Earth and Space, Evolution and Inheritance, etc.