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Save time and improve your pupil's results with Learn Club resources. Our ready to teach lessons save you time preparing whilst delivering a 360 learning experience that can typically include a range of activities including teaching units, pupil activities, questions, pair work, metacognition, self reflection, every type of thinking and homework’s that extend the lesson they will improve your school’s results - having taken 1,000’s of hours to research, write and edit by teachers for teachers.

Save time and improve your pupil's results with Learn Club resources. Our ready to teach lessons save you time preparing whilst delivering a 360 learning experience that can typically include a range of activities including teaching units, pupil activities, questions, pair work, metacognition, self reflection, every type of thinking and homework’s that extend the lesson they will improve your school’s results - having taken 1,000’s of hours to research, write and edit by teachers for teachers.
KS2 | 5 MATHS JUMP STARTS BOOK 20
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KS2 | 5 MATHS JUMP STARTS BOOK 20

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YEAR 3 MATHS LESSON 10-MINUTE JUMP START JUMP Start every maths lesson and give it the very best start with Learn Club’s Maths Jump Starts. There are 100 Ten-Minute Jump Start warm ups for year 3. Each Learn Club Jump Start has built in progression, covers the numeracy curriculum for each year and includes both the question pages followed by the answer page for fast, efficient pupil marking.
KS2 | 10 MATHS JUMP STARTS BOOK 7
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KS2 | 10 MATHS JUMP STARTS BOOK 7

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YEAR 6 MATHS LESSON 10-MINUTE JUMP START JUMP Start every maths lesson and give it the very best start with Learn Club’s Maths Jump Starts. There are 100 Ten-Minute Jump Start warm ups for year 6. Each Learn Club Jump Start has built in progression, covers the numeracy curriculum for each year and includes both the question pages followed by the answer page for fast, efficient pupil marking. KS2 | 10 MATHS JUMP STARTS BOOK 7
KS2 | 10 MATHS JUMP STARTS BOOK 4
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KS2 | 10 MATHS JUMP STARTS BOOK 4

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YEAR 6 MATHS LESSON 10-MINUTE JUMP START JUMP Start every maths lesson and give it the very best start with Learn Club’s Maths Jump Starts. There are 100 Ten-Minute Jump Start warm ups for year 6. Each Learn Club Jump Start has built in progression, covers the numeracy curriculum for each year and includes both the question pages followed by the answer page for fast, efficient pupil marking. KS2 | 10 MATHS UMP STARTS BOOK 4
KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 11
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KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 11

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Caesar’s Problems - Part 2. Preview the full book for free at Learn Club This set of 24 lessons take you through the first Roman invasion of Britain in 55BCE from beginning to end. At the start of the first lesson, Julius Caesar is in Gaul and thinking about invading Britain. Over the course of the 24 lessons Learn Club look at four of the key reasons why Caesar wanted to invade Britain. We look at the five big problems Caesar had with his first invasion. These included Caesar being in such a rush to invade that he sailed without the cavalry that he would later need, and leaving the invasion until the autumn which was a bad time of year to start a campaign with the British weather. We cover all five reasons in detail. Later in the lessons we look at more reasons why Caesar invaded Britain. These lessons also look ho at how the empire that Rome created was organised. This included how the Romans had a poll tax to tax all the people in its empire and how they charged tariffs on all the goods bought and sold across the empire. We have covered this in a way that is easy for KS2 children to understand. All the research we have used and the lesson content is tailored for the KS2 age group.
KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 6
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KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 6

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Caesar;s Dog Sails to Britain. Preview the full book for free at Learn Club This set of 24 lessons take you through the first Roman invasion of Britain in 55BCE from beginning to end. At the start of the first lesson, Julius Caesar is in Gaul and thinking about invading Britain. Over the course of the 24 lessons Learn Club look at four of the key reasons why Caesar wanted to invade Britain. We look at the five big problems Caesar had with his first invasion. These included Caesar being in such a rush to invade that he sailed without the cavalry that he would later need, and leaving the invasion until the autumn which was a bad time of year to start a campaign with the British weather. We cover all five reasons in detail. Later in the lessons we look at more reasons why Caesar invaded Britain. These lessons also look ho at how the empire that Rome created was organised. This included how the Romans had a poll tax to tax all the people in its empire and how they charged tariffs on all the goods bought and sold across the empire. We have covered this in a way that is easy for KS2 children to understand. All the research we have used and the lesson content is tailored for the KS2 age group.
KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 3
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KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 3

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Julius Caesar Crosses the English Channel. Preview the full book for free at Learn Club This set of 24 lessons take you through the first Roman invasion of Britain in 55BCE from beginning to end. At the start of the first lesson, Julius Caesar is in Gaul and thinking about invading Britain. Over the course of the 24 lessons Learn Club look at four of the key reasons why Caesar wanted to invade Britain. We look at the five big problems Caesar had with his first invasion. These included Caesar being in such a rush to invade that he sailed without the cavalry that he would later need, and leaving the invasion until the autumn which was a bad time of year to start a campaign with the British weather. We cover all five reasons in detail. Later in the lessons we look at more reasons why Caesar invaded Britain. These lessons also look ho at how the empire that Rome created was organised. This included how the Romans had a poll tax to tax all the people in its empire and how they charged tariffs on all the goods bought and sold across the empire. We have covered this in a way that is easy for KS2 children to understand. All the research we have used and the lesson content is tailored for the KS2 age group.
KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 4
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KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 4

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An Eagle Bearer Saves the Day. Preview the full book for free at Learn Club This set of 24 lessons take you through the first Roman invasion of Britain in 55BCE from beginning to end. At the start of the first lesson, Julius Caesar is in Gaul and thinking about invading Britain. Over the course of the 24 lessons Learn Club look at four of the key reasons why Caesar wanted to invade Britain. We look at the five big problems Caesar had with his first invasion. These included Caesar being in such a rush to invade that he sailed without the cavalry that he would later need, and leaving the invasion until the autumn which was a bad time of year to start a campaign with the British weather. We cover all five reasons in detail. Later in the lessons we look at more reasons why Caesar invaded Britain. These lessons also look ho at how the empire that Rome created was organised. This included how the Romans had a poll tax to tax all the people in its empire and how they charged tariffs on all the goods bought and sold across the empire. We have covered this in a way that is easy for KS2 children to understand. All the research we have used and the lesson content is tailored for the KS2 age group.
KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 5
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KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 5

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Eagle Bearers in the Roman Army. Preview the full book for free at Learn Club This set of 24 lessons take you through the first Roman invasion of Britain in 55BCE from beginning to end. At the start of the first lesson, Julius Caesar is in Gaul and thinking about invading Britain. Over the course of the 24 lessons Learn Club look at four of the key reasons why Caesar wanted to invade Britain. We look at the five big problems Caesar had with his first invasion. These included Caesar being in such a rush to invade that he sailed without the cavalry that he would later need, and leaving the invasion until the autumn which was a bad time of year to start a campaign with the British weather. We cover all five reasons in detail. Later in the lessons we look at more reasons why Caesar invaded Britain. These lessons also look ho at how the empire that Rome created was organised. This included how the Romans had a poll tax to tax all the people in its empire and how they charged tariffs on all the goods bought and sold across the empire. We have covered this in a way that is easy for KS2 children to understand. All the research we have used and the lesson content is tailored for the KS2 age group.
KS2 Linking Verbs - Subject Verb Agreemnt
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KS2 Linking Verbs - Subject Verb Agreemnt

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Learn Club’s English Grammar Lesson range is Ideal for stand alone lessons or as KS2 SATs revision. Complex KS2 grammar concepts clearly explained with full coverage of all KS2 grammar topic. Our step Step-by-Step approach helps pupils learn complex concepts more easily: Step 1 - Teach the topic using the lesson guide. Step 2 - Answer questions on the topic using Learn Club’s practice SATs style question books. Step 3 - Teacher assess and identify progress or topics that need revision.
KS2 Suffixes 2
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KS2 Suffixes 2

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Learn Club’s English Grammar Lesson range is Ideal for stand alone lessons or as KS2 SATs revision. Complex KS2 grammar concepts clearly explained with full coverage of all KS2 grammar topic. Our step Step-by-Step approach helps pupils learn complex concepts more easily: Step 1 - Teach the topic using the lesson guide. Step 2 - Answer questions on the topic using Learn Club’s practice SATs style question books. Step 3 - Teacher assess and identify progress or topics that need revision.
KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 10
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KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 10

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Caesar’s problems - Part 1 Preview the full book for free at Learn Club This set of 24 lessons take you through the first Roman invasion of Britain in 55BCE from beginning to end. At the start of the first lesson, Julius Caesar is in Gaul and thinking about invading Britain. Over the course of the 24 lessons Learn Club look at four of the key reasons why Caesar wanted to invade Britain. We look at the five big problems Caesar had with his first invasion. These included Caesar being in such a rush to invade that he sailed without the cavalry that he would later need, and leaving the invasion until the autumn which was a bad time of year to start a campaign with the British weather. We cover all five reasons in detail. Later in the lessons we look at more reasons why Caesar invaded Britain. These lessons also look ho at how the empire that Rome created was organised. This included how the Romans had a poll tax to tax all the people in its empire and how they charged tariffs on all the goods bought and sold across the empire. We have covered this in a way that is easy for KS2 children to understand. All the research we have used and the lesson content is tailored for the KS2 age group.
KS2 Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
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KS2 Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

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Learn Club’s English Grammar Lesson range is Ideal for stand alone lessons or as KS2 SATs revision. Complex KS2 grammar concepts clearly explained with full coverage of all KS2 grammar topic. Our step Step-by-Step approach helps pupils learn complex concepts more easily: Step 1 - Teach the topic using the lesson guide. Step 2 - Answer questions on the topic using Learn Club’s practice SATs style question books. Step 3 - Teacher assess and identify progress or topics that need revision.
KS2 Introduction to Adjectives
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KS2 Introduction to Adjectives

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Learn Club’s English Grammar Lesson range is Ideal for stand alone lessons or as KS2 SATs revision. Complex KS2 grammar concepts clearly explained with full coverage of all KS2 grammar topic. Our step Step-by-Step approach helps pupils learn complex concepts more easily: Step 1 - Teach the topic using the lesson guide. Step 2 - Answer questions on the topic using Learn Club’s practice SATs style question books. Step 3 - Teacher assess and identify progress or topics that need revision.
KS2 Adjectives with Prefixes
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KS2 Adjectives with Prefixes

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Learn Club’s English Grammar Lesson range is Ideal for stand alone lessons or as KS2 SATs revision. Complex KS2 grammar concepts clearly explained with full coverage of all KS2 grammar topic. Our step Step-by-Step approach helps pupils learn complex concepts more easily: Step 1 - Teach the topic using the lesson guide. Step 2 - Answer questions on the topic using Learn Club’s practice SATs style question books. Step 3 - Teacher assess and identify progress or topics that need revision.
KS2 Nouns as Adjectives
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KS2 Nouns as Adjectives

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Learn Club’s English Grammar Lesson range is Ideal for stand alone lessons or as KS2 SATs revision. Complex KS2 grammar concepts clearly explained with full coverage of all KS2 grammar topic. Our step Step-by-Step approach helps pupils learn complex concepts more easily: Step 1 - Teach the topic using the lesson guide. Step 2 - Answer questions on the topic using Learn Club’s practice SATs style question books. Step 3 - Teacher assess and identify progress or topics that need revision.
KS2 Adjectival Phrases
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KS2 Adjectival Phrases

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Learn Club’s English Grammar Lesson range is Ideal for stand alone lessons or as KS2 SATs revision. Complex KS2 grammar concepts clearly explained with full coverage of all KS2 grammar topic. Our step Step-by-Step approach helps pupils learn complex concepts more easily: Step 1 - Teach the topic using the lesson guide. Step 2 - Answer questions on the topic using Learn Club’s practice SATs style question books. Step 3 - Teacher assess and identify progress or topics that need revision.
KS2 Suffixes 1
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KS2 Suffixes 1

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Learn Club’s English Grammar Lesson range is Ideal for stand alone lessons or as KS2 SATs revision. Complex KS2 grammar concepts clearly explained with full coverage of all KS2 grammar topic. Our step Step-by-Step approach helps pupils learn complex concepts more easily: Step 1 - Teach the topic using the lesson guide. Step 2 - Answer questions on the topic using Learn Club’s practice SATs style question books. Step 3 - Teacher assess and identify progress or topics that need revision.
KS2 British History Lesson 1
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KS2 British History Lesson 1

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Julius Caesar is Thinking of Invading Britain This set of 24 lessons take you through the first Roman invasion of Britain in 55BCE from beginning to end. At the start of the first lesson, Julius Caesar is in Gaul and thinking about invading Britain. Over the course of the 24 lessons Learn Club look at four of the key reasons why Caesar wanted to invade Britain. We look at the five big problems Caesar had with his first invasion. These included Caesar being in such a rush to invade that he sailed without the cavalry that he would later need, and leaving the invasion until the autumn which was a bad time of year to start a campaign with the British weather. We cover all five reasons in detail. Later in the lessons we look at more reasons why Caesar invaded Britain. These lessons also look ho at how the empire that Rome created was organised. This included how the Romans had a poll tax to tax all the people in its empire and how they charged tariffs on all the goods bought and sold across the empire. We have covered this in a way that is easy for KS2 children to understand. All the research we have used and the lesson content is tailored for the KS2 age group.
KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 9
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KS2 BRITISH HISTORY LESSON 9

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Caesar’s Parrot Crosses the Channel. Preview the full book for free at Learn Club This set of 24 lessons take you through the first Roman invasion of Britain in 55BCE from beginning to end. At the start of the first lesson, Julius Caesar is in Gaul and thinking about invading Britain. Over the course of the 24 lessons Learn Club look at four of the key reasons why Caesar wanted to invade Britain. We look at the five big problems Caesar had with his first invasion. These included Caesar being in such a rush to invade that he sailed without the cavalry that he would later need, and leaving the invasion until the autumn which was a bad time of year to start a campaign with the British weather. We cover all five reasons in detail. Later in the lessons we look at more reasons why Caesar invaded Britain. These lessons also look ho at how the empire that Rome created was organised. This included how the Romans had a poll tax to tax all the people in its empire and how they charged tariffs on all the goods bought and sold across the empire. We have covered this in a way that is easy for KS2 children to understand. All the research we have used and the lesson content is tailored for the KS2 age group.
KS2 Verbs as Adjectives
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KS2 Verbs as Adjectives

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Learn Club’s English Grammar Lesson range is Ideal for stand alone lessons or as KS2 SATs revision. Complex KS2 grammar concepts clearly explained with full coverage of all KS2 grammar topic. Our step Step-by-Step approach helps pupils learn complex concepts more easily: Step 1 - Teach the topic using the lesson guide. Step 2 - Answer questions on the topic using Learn Club’s practice SATs style question books. Step 3 - Teacher assess and identify progress or topics that need revision.