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A teacher in an outstanding academy, based in the West Midlands, with personalised and engaging resources focusing across the school curriculum! All sales will go towards directly benefiting and improving opportunities for our students. Need more support with a resource? Just let me know and I can make the tweaks or help you implement ideas within your own school!

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A teacher in an outstanding academy, based in the West Midlands, with personalised and engaging resources focusing across the school curriculum! All sales will go towards directly benefiting and improving opportunities for our students. Need more support with a resource? Just let me know and I can make the tweaks or help you implement ideas within your own school!
Medical Physics Lesson - An exciting comparison of X-Ray, CT Scans & MRI Scans
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Medical Physics Lesson - An exciting comparison of X-Ray, CT Scans & MRI Scans

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This lesson is designed to be an engaging and exciting activity for students to learn about X-Rays, CT Scans, MRI Scans and the differences between them. It can be used for the new Triple GCSE Specification, or for BTEC/A Level Physics Students. It begins by introducing the techniques and assessing the students prior knowledge of these. Afterwards, the students are given one of 6 different worksheets, representing an NHS Hospital, they then have to 'network' with their peers to obtain the full information and fill in their sheet. This is done on a timer, so expect a lot of excitement! Afterwards the students are faced with 3 different A&E Scenarios, where they must decide how to scan each critical patient, using the information filled in on their sheets. If they get it wrong, their patient could die! At the end of the lesson, they will then come back to their starter and show the progress that they have made during your lesson. This lesson was recently rated outstanding during observation. Attached is the full Lesson Plan, the 6 'Hospital' Sheets, the full lesson Powerpoint, and the Starter/Plenary Task. If you need further help with this resource, I will be on hand to offer guidance/tweaks if necessary. Enjoy! :)
KS3/4 Science Engaging Cover Worksheets
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KS3/4 Science Engaging Cover Worksheets

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Need to set some quick Science Cover for your classes? No problem with these engaging Cover Worksheets! They focus on Chemistry and Biology There are two full and interactive worksheets which will take between 1-2 hours each to complete, with a range of activities from; in-built word searches, fill in the blanks, content questions, pair match up, drawing activities and data analysis. There is also one Chemistry Recap sheet which should take around 15 minutes to complete, and can be used as a long starter/revision tool for GCSE Classes. All content covered aims towards GCSE, and students can use their exercise books, textbooks, computers or IPads to complete the work that has been set. If there are any issues, or you need some extra assistance, please let me know and I will make any tweaks necessary!
Life Goals! A motivational and interactive workbook
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Life Goals! A motivational and interactive workbook

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This workbook has been designed as an interactive, thought provoking and interesting guide to life for those disenfranchised students that need that extra motivation and support in school and designed by a school SENCO. It has 14 pages packed full of questions, activities, puzzles and tasks, all designed to make students question, what am I doing this for? It can be used with students who have been removed from mainstream lessons/placed in an isolation room, students that have arrived on a placement from another school, or even just to help students look at what they want their future to be! It has been highly successful in it’s current setting, and works best when a student is working individually, or as part of a group with teacher facilitation, it gives an opportunity for you to learn more about a student, what motivates them, makes them tick, and what you can do to support them where perhaps others are currently failing. Designed as a running document with fun rest breaks in between, student feedback has been overwhelmingly positive! Especially the equipment Maze!
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 2 Lesson 11 - Kohlberg & Morality
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Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 2 Lesson 11 - Kohlberg & Morality

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This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, Unit 2 (Development) and contains everything you could possibly need for the 11th lesson, Kohlberg & Morality! This package contains the whole lesson Powerpoint, a differentiated starter, lots of fully differentiated activities and differentiated worksheets! The whole lesson is designed in a ‘pick up and teach it’ way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you. There are lots of engaging and interesting activities, designed to keep your classes motivated, engaged and making the best progress that they can within the lesson, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for stretch and challenge. Objectives covered in this lesson are as follows: Describe Kohlberg’s theory of moral development. Discuss weaknesses of Kohlberg’s and Piaget’s theories of moral development. Challenge: Suggest why studying moral development in children might be difficult for psychologists
Enzymes! An engaging A-Level Introduction for AQA/OCR - 2 Hour Lesson
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Enzymes! An engaging A-Level Introduction for AQA/OCR - 2 Hour Lesson

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This lesson is designed to introduce the Idea of Enzymes as Biological Catalysts to your students, in an engaging, comprehensive and varied way! Using a variety of activities to test AfL and show progress, this lesson will give your students a great head start! Rated outstanding when taught. Included in this lesson is the Whole Lesson Powerpoint, 2 sets of exam questions and the corresponding Mark Scheme answers, a progress-checking starter, and a full, comprehensive Lesson Plan, that has timings, differentiation, and everything you could possibly need covered! The Lesson covers: - What are Enzymes? - Enzyme Disorders - Enzyme Structures - Enzyme Reactions - Activation Energies - Induced Fit Hypothesis - Characteristics of Enzymes - Enzymes in Medicine - Measuring Enzyme Effects
Life Skills! 5 Lesson Bundle
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Life Skills! 5 Lesson Bundle

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Save yourself £5.00 with this 5 lesson Life Skills Bundle! Only £1 per lesson :) This bundle focuses on Introducing the Course, Interacting with Others, Personal Hygiene, Success and Drink/Drugs/Smoking. Each lesson is unique and uses an array of different tools, activities, plans and case studies to get it's messages across. I am also on hand if you need any further advice/support or tweaks!
Study Skills and Personal Organisation! Whole Lesson and Activity Booklet
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Study Skills and Personal Organisation! Whole Lesson and Activity Booklet

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This lesson is designed to be engaging, creative and fun! It helps the students to understand what Study Skills are, and why Personal Organisation is important. There is a run-along activity booklet that the students use throughout the lesson to help compound understanding as well. The lesson uses humour, real-life stories, and student involvement to get it's point across, and the lesson gets the students to build a study timetable, make promises to themselves, avoid poor study choices, and even hunt for things to make them successful in a word search format! If there's any more information you need if you purchase this lesson, let me know and I will make the tweaks/walk it through with you :)
The Stages of Birth! A KS3 Science Lesson
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The Stages of Birth! A KS3 Science Lesson

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This resource is designed at KS3 Students who are learning about the Stages of Birth. This resource includes a full lesson plan, a full lesson powerpoint, a starter wordsearch and a storyboard for the students to record information on or use as a homework! Enjoy the resource? Please leave a review! And let me know if there's anything I can help with :)
Personal Hygiene! A Life Skills/Citizenship lesson for students
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Personal Hygiene! A Life Skills/Citizenship lesson for students

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In this lesson, students are introduced to good hygiene, and are asked to judge others based on their personal hygiene. This gives them an awareness of their own hygiene levels. They learn the importance of good hygiene, and when they need to practice it, as well as showing them the skills to practice good hygiene with. This lesson has been rated outstanding. Included is the lesson plan for this, which shows differentiation, other tasks you can try, and a step-by step guide to the lesson. There is also a whole lesson powerpoint, and a hygiene activity to the students to complete, discuss and hand in! I am also on hand if you need any tweaks, help, or additional guidance! Enjoy :)
What is Success? A Life Skills/Citizenship lesson for students
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What is Success? A Life Skills/Citizenship lesson for students

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This resource works on what the students define as successful and challenges those concepts. This uses real-life case studies of both famous and nonfamous people, and asks students to comment on how people look, act and present themselves in terms of success, and asks them how they are going to become more successful in their lives. This lesson has been graded outstanding. There is a full lesson plan including differentiation, a presentation for the whole lesson, a starter task and a plenary task. I am also available to help if there are any queries or anything more you would like help with once you have purchased the resource, many thanks! :)
Food, Digestion and Nutrition! An engaging KS3/KS4 Lesson
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Food, Digestion and Nutrition! An engaging KS3/KS4 Lesson

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This lesson is designed to be a fun, engaging introduction to Food, Nutrition and Digestion! It can be used for KS3 or low ability KS4 and has enough materials for 2-3 hours worth of teaching time! Included is the full lesson powerpoint, packed with activities, a choice of two starter activities, and a main worksheet task! This lesson covers: - Organs of the Digestive System - Food and the Food Groups - All the nutrients, what they are used for, where you can find them - What is food labelling? - What is a balanced diet? - Food deficiencies and unbalanced diets - What are enzymes - Basic introduction of the enzyme process - Thematic Activity where students pretend to be a piece of toast - Bonus literacy activity where students prevent the KFC Colonel taking over the world
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 2 Lesson 12 - Damon & Morality
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Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 2 Lesson 12 - Damon & Morality

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This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, Unit 2 (Development) and contains everything you could possibly need for the 12th lesson, Damon & Morality! This package contains the whole lesson Powerpoint, a differentiated starter, lots of fully differentiated activities and differentiated worksheets! The whole lesson is designed in a ‘pick up and teach it’ way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you. There are lots of engaging and interesting activities, designed to keep your classes motivated, engaged and making the best progress that they can within the lesson, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for stretch and challenge. Objectives covered in this lesson are as follows: Describe what we mean by nature or nurture Explain what we mean by nativist theories Discuss Damon’s theory on developing a moral self.
An introduction to Money! An EAL and Life Skills Lesson
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An introduction to Money! An EAL and Life Skills Lesson

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This lesson is designed to introduce the idea of Money to your students, in an engaging, comprehensive and varied way! Using a variety of activities to test AfL and show progress, this lesson will give your students a great head start! Rated outstanding when taught. Included in this bundle are two Whole Lesson Powerpoints and a starter worksheet to get your students learning about money and it's importance in the world! This is aimed at EAL students that are new to the country, and students studying a Life Skills or Citizenship program, to help them become independent and functioning members of society! The Lesson covers: - What is Money - What other types of Money are there? - What types of Money are in the UK? - When could you need money? - How much money is in the purse? - What if you don't have enough Money? - How would you pay for the following things? - CASE STUDIES - Are these people making the right decisions with their money? - Evaluating how other people spend their money - Literacy Task for students, trying to convince someone to spend their money wisely!
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 23 - Normal Distribution
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Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 23 - Normal Distribution

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This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, and contains everything you could possibly need for the 23rd lesson, Normal Distribution! This package contains the whole lesson Powerpoint, a differentiated starter, lots of fully differentiated activities and differentiated worksheet, all designed to get your students up to standard with their maths! The whole lesson is designed in a ‘pick up and teach it’ way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you. There are lots of engaging and interesting activities, designed to keep your classes motivated, engaged and making the best progress that they can within the lesson, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for stretch and challenge. Objectives covered in this lesson are as follows: -Define normal and skewed distribution -Explain how histograms are used to represent distribution Discuss why normal distribution is important in Psychology
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 7 - Natural Experiments
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Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 7 - Natural Experiments

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This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, and contains everything you could possibly need for the seventh lesson, Natural Experiments! This package contains the whole lesson Powerpoint, a differentiated starter, a differentiated activity and 2 worksheets with accompanying answers! The whole lesson is designed in a 'pick up and teach it' way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you. There are lots of engaging and interesting activities, designed to keep your classes motivated, engaged and making the best progress that they can within the lesson, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for stretch and challenge. Objectives covered in this lesson are as follows: - Identify the key features of a natural experiment - Explain how a natural experiment is different to a lab experiment
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 2 Lesson 2 - Piagets stages of Cognitive Development
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Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 2 Lesson 2 - Piagets stages of Cognitive Development

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This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, Unit 2 (Development) and contains everything you could possibly need for the 2nd lesson, Piagets stages of Cognitive Development! This package contains the whole lesson Powerpoint, a differentiated starters, lots of fully differentiated activities and differentiated worksheets, along with differentiated homework tasks! The whole lesson is designed in a ‘pick up and teach it’ way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you. There are lots of engaging and interesting activities, designed to keep your classes motivated, engaged and making the best progress that they can within the lesson, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for stretch and challenge. Objectives covered in this lesson are as follows: Define key terms Describe Paiget’s four stages of development. Explain how babies/children develop within each stage of development.
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 2 Lesson 1 - How do early brains develop? TRIAL LESSON
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Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 2 Lesson 1 - How do early brains develop? TRIAL LESSON

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This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, Unit 2 (Development) and contains everything you could possibly need for the 1st lesson, How do early brains develop? This is a free trial lesson, if you like what there is, please check out my other resources, covering every lesson for each GCSE Psychology Unit! This package contains the whole lesson Powerpoint, two differentiated starters, lots of fully differentiated activities and differentiated worksheets, along with differentiated homework tasks! The whole lesson is designed in a ‘pick up and teach it’ way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you. There are lots of engaging and interesting activities, designed to keep your classes motivated, engaged and making the best progress that they can within the lesson, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for stretch and challenge. Objectives covered in this lesson are as follows: Identify parts of the Brain Explain how the forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain develop in the foetus. Explain the development of the cerebellum and medulla. Challenge: Suggest ways in which Psychologists might investigate the structure of the brain.