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Welcome to Mr W's Teaching Emporium. I love to create learning games, quizzes, pupil-led activities and creative lessons to make a child's learning journey enjoyable and memorable. After all, we're only at school once!

Welcome to Mr W's Teaching Emporium. I love to create learning games, quizzes, pupil-led activities and creative lessons to make a child's learning journey enjoyable and memorable. After all, we're only at school once!
Interactive TV Quiz Show Template
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Interactive TV Quiz Show Template

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This twenty-question interactive PowerPoint quiz show template is ready for you to make revision, topic tests or Golden Time fun and competitive. This real-feel-TV-game-show-inspired-quiz contains oodles of animations which means that you only need to write in the questions and answer options in the relevant boxes and you have something fun, interactive and enjoyable for any age group. All of the multiple-choice answers are clickable and will turn orange upon being clicked. To reveal the correct answer, simply click the ‘Reveal Answer’ button at the top of the screen and the correct answer will turn green. Not only that, thanks to the wizardry of embedded macro, you can now control the team scores across all of the question slides. Simple up-and-down arrows make the scores easy to control and you don’t even need to take the cap off your whiteboard pen. Plus, you can also reset the scores to zero at the touch of a button once you reach the end of the game. Please Note: In order to achieve full functionality, you will need to click ‘Enable Content’ when you first load the PowerPoint file.
The Ultimate 11+ English Game Show (SATS/11+)
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The Ultimate 11+ English Game Show (SATS/11+)

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Prepare for seven rounds of competitive in-class fun thanks to this PowerPoint-based English game show. Designed to look like a TV show, the game covers seven rounds of questions in preparation for SATS or 11+ English exams. Topics covered: Comprehension (including small printable text extract) Creative Writing Spelling (x2 dictation rounds using an AI voice) Vocabulary Punctuation Sentence Structure To begin, split your class into four teams with four hot-seats at the front of the room. The class all play along in their books and will take it in turns to sit in their team’s hot seat at the front of the room. There are three lifelines and a steal button for each team and, thanks to some macro coding, you can use the coloured-controls at the foot of the PowerPoint screen to record all scores. Don’t forget to click ‘enable content’ when you first load the file to enable this feature! Complete with moving backgrounds, TV hosts, sound effects and interactive clickable buttons, this game has been a huge hit with my Year 6s and I hope it can be for yours too!
Digital Behaviour Rewards Board
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Digital Behaviour Rewards Board

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This PowerPoint based rewards board is designed to reward positive behaviour, placing additional focus on collective class responsibility. It is fully animated with moving backgrounds, sound effects and nine editable boxes to showcase your clear expectations. It follows my own school’s behaviour rewards system (House Point and Commendation) but you can change it to your own tiered system. You can also change any of the behaviours to suit your own expectations. To use: Present the PowerPoint on your projector or IWB. Use the plus and minus buttons on each behaviour expectation to place the corresponding number in the Rewards Panel at the bottom of the screen. E.g. the ‘Kindness’ plus button will add the ‘1’ and the ‘Kindness’ minus button will remove it. Once boxes 1-4 are filled in, the class are rewarded with a House Point. Once all boxes (1-6) are filled in, the class are rewarded with a Commendation. The red boxes are for poor behaviour and clicking the plus signs on any of the red boxes will freeze boxes 4 and 6 (thus preventing the class from receiving their reward); this MUST be a temporary measure to encourage positive behaviour from those who have not met expectations yet. Use any of the red minus buttons to remove the ‘Frozen’ icons. By encouraging collective responsibility from the class, it places the responsibility for good behaviour on all children. Publicly celebrating good behaviour and using individual children’s behaviour to dictate the outcome has frequently encouraged results. For this to to work fully, it is vital that you demonstrate that you are more interested in rewarding the positive!
Autism Awareness Poster Packs
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Autism Awareness Poster Packs

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These A3 Autism Awareness posters come in printable PDF format. Covering each of the key needs of people with Autism, they can be displayed simultaneously or rotated so there is a different focus each week. By purchasing this resource, you receive two different versions of the poster pack: Teacher’s Pack - for display in your classroom or around school. Staff Pack - for use by SENCOs or for Staff Room display.
SATs/11+ Boredom Buster
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SATs/11+ Boredom Buster

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This bundle gives you a platform to teach and revise SATs/11+ skills whilst removing the boredom factor, all for significantly less than what you would pay if buying the resources separately! Put some fun in SATs/11+ English. What you get: Escape - an immersive horror PowerPoint video game with play along activity booklet and mark scheme. (RRP £7.99) The Ultimate 11+ English Game Show (SATS/11+) - a fully interactive, seven-round PowerPoint TV show for SATS/11+ English preparation. (RRP £4.99) Interactive TV quiz show - an animated and formatted PowerPoint TV quiz show style template ready for you to add your questions and answer options to. (RRP £1) The Chase: SATs/11+ Comprehensions - a PowerPoint version of the beloved ITV game show, The Chase, all based on a pack of six comprehension texts. (FREE) Quizmaster - a board game to revise spelling, writer’s techniques and punctuation. (FREE) Trivial Pursuit for 11+ English (SATs/11+) - an English version of the popular board game. (FREE)
Climate Change Creative Writing Lesson
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Climate Change Creative Writing Lesson

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This is a lesson with a difference. This Creative Writing lesson, ‘Swansong,’ is accompanied by a movie to provide a backstory and inspiration for the children as they begin to write on a topic that has been featured all too regularly in our news feed in recent years. By purchasing this pack, you get: A lesson PowerPoint (fully animated, timed and ready to use). This also includes the aforementioned movie. A success criteria for self and peer assessment. Six images to provide additional inspiration for your pupils to use. This lesson can be used across a variety of year groups but is recommended for classes between Year 6 and Year 10.
Let's Get Revising (Revision Activity Booklet)
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Let's Get Revising (Revision Activity Booklet)

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This printable activity booklet is designed for a whole-school approach to revision and will provide your class or school with twenty-one multi-subject-friendly revision activities. Not only that, the booklet also contains advice, guidance and an empty revision timetable that can be filled however you choose. Although mainly aimed at secondary-school children, this booklet will also work for Years 5 and 6. Simply download and print. Job done!
'Escape': The Video Game for SATs/11+ English
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'Escape': The Video Game for SATs/11+ English

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‘Greetings. Welcome to Bell Hollow Hospital…’ You have been tasked with repairing a damaged energy cell at the heart of an abandoned hospital with a terrifying past. As you progress through the levels, gather evidence to help solve the mystery behind the deadly disease known as ‘the Reaping.’ Answer questions on the evidence you find, describe the setting in your evidence log and crack the code to gain access to the facility. A resource that took weeks to make, ‘Escape’ is a PowerPoint-based ‘horror’ video game complete with sound effects and music, moving elements and on-screen controls. The children play along in their activity booklet which contains everything you need: an ongoing comprehension, writing task and exam strategy puzzle. Everything you need is right here. SATs/11+ English can be a bit of a slog for many children. This video game is designed to combat that impression and make it a lot more engaging.
TimeMaster (Tutor Time/Golden Time Games)
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TimeMaster (Tutor Time/Golden Time Games)

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Citizen, welcome to the TimeMaster’s Guild. ‘TimeMaster: 2023 Edition’ is a video-game-style PowerPoint designed to quench that thirst for games during Tutor Time or Golden Time. Classes begin by selecting their character, Hydra or Firefly, before being immersed in space-age animated graphics, fully interactive games and bass-hungry Cyberpunk music… This will seriously light up your classroom! The game includes: A general knowledge quiz A minesweeper challenge An anagram solver challenge A sharpshooter challenge Does your class have what it takes to become a TimeMaster?
'Escape III: The Final Chapter' - The Video Game for SATS/11+ English
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'Escape III: The Final Chapter' - The Video Game for SATS/11+ English

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The premise of this third and final part of the ‘Escape’ video game series is to provide the children with a creative opportunity to write the ‘final chapter.’ A dramatic title screen reveals a simple fjordic timelapse video and the instruction to write the next section of the story. Once the children finish, they use the ‘automated marking rubric’ to identify which are the key areas they need to improve.
Automated Marking Criteria
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Automated Marking Criteria

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Designed for English essays and Creative Writing, these automated writing criteria operate in Excel and, using a simple colour-flag tick box system, each will total up the score out of 40 for you. When you have finished marking, simply add it to your print queue and go on to your next piece of work. It will be down to the children to give themselves a WWW and EBI comment based on the colour flags they have received for this particular work. You could even make a copy of each tab to return to later! Both criteria are fully editable and have been proven to save time.
'Escape II: The Masked One' - The Video Game for SATs/11+ English
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'Escape II: The Masked One' - The Video Game for SATs/11+ English

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After Escape comes Escape II: The Masked One. Children in Year 6 were begging for the installment of the ‘Escape’ video game series after they completed the first. This time, this interactive PowerPoint-based ‘video game’ sees the wife of Agent CSL0109 deployed in the Arctic North, seeking information on the whereabouts of Dr E. Cooper and the elusive ‘L.’ The only problem is, she is not alone… the Masked One is hunting her! As with the first game, children play along in their activity booklets, completing comprehension questions designed to test the key comprehension skills. The whole game takes about an hour to play and is full of interactive on-screen controls, cinematic cuts and dramatic music. Most significantly, adopting a ‘one mark per minute rule’ provides the children with 30 minutes to complete the comprehension in their groups and the game-screen reveals the whereabouts of ‘the Masked One.’ If the screen is active for more than 30 minutes, it is Game Over but, if all children launch their escape pod in time, the whole class will be airlifted to safety in an epic final scene. This resource series has proven incredibly popular with every Year 6 group. Even now, they are begging for more. NOTE: This game is Part 2 of a three-part series!
Formula 1 Behaviour Leaderboard
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Formula 1 Behaviour Leaderboard

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Back to school in an F1 car! Add a little competition to your behaviour management with this F1 Leaderboard. A3 in size, simply print, laminate and use a craft knife or scissors to cut out the six white tracks. Then, stick your laminated F1 cars to the head of some split pins and you have your very own moveable behaviour display. Designed to award ‘tables’ or groups for good behaviour, you merely need to add the names to the F1 Teams before you print and display those alongside the Leaderboard. Then, whenever a table/group warrants a reward, move their car forward. How it works is up to you - award prizes per race sector or for getting over the finishing line first. The F1 Leaderboard comes with pre-sized lap numbers meaning you can adapt the system to suit either lesson numbers, days or weeks of the year. If you need more numbers, simply copy the current selection and add your own. Once they’re printed and laminated, you only need to blu-tac them to the Leaderboard or punch holes through the boxes to create your own flippable lap-counter using treasury tags or small ring-binder.
Digital Classroom Noticeboard
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Digital Classroom Noticeboard

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Mornings can sometimes be a little hectic for varying reasons so getting important information to our classes can be a little challenging at times but, with this digital classroom noticeboard, the children can read the day’s important information at their leisure. Simply change ‘Your Teacher’ to your own name, add the day’s notices, choose someone in your class to be crowned ‘Yesterday’s Class Hero’ and you’re good to go - the date updates itself so no annoying admin!
Rapid Marking Template
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Rapid Marking Template

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Welcome to the Feedback Hub! Fully customisable for whichever subject you teach, this is an incredibly speedy way to mark your pupil’s work. Begin by loading in the names of your pupils into the ‘Class List & Data’ tab, type in your criteria and begin marking. What the ‘Feedback Hub’ does is it reads the scores you load into the ‘Class List & Data’ table and, at the touch of a button, presents you with a score breakdown, a WWW and an EBI target, all in a clearly presented printable criteria for you to return with the child’s work. All names and scores are loaded from a drop-down menu in the pupil name selector. NO NEED TO WRITE ANY COMMENTS YOURSELF! By saving one of these for each of your classes, you only need to make a copy for each piece of work and you will have a pre-named, automatically-dated criteria whenever you need it. This will save you hours!
Shared Reading Spinner
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Shared Reading Spinner

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A simple start and stop spinner to decide which reading method you will use in a particular lesson. Simply click the button to start the spinner and click it to stop the spinner. Complete with a moving background and sound effects.
The Chase: SATs/11+ Comprehensions
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The Chase: SATs/11+ Comprehensions

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We all know and love the ITV game show, The Chase, and now you can bring this into the classroom to support your efforts in teaching information retrieval in comprehensions. Formatted to look like the original show, this pack comes with six comprehension extracts, a PowerPoint containing multiple choice questions and individual ‘chase’ boards (to determine the prizes). The Comprehension texts provided: Little House in the Big Woods Goodnight, Mr Tom Stig of the Dump The Secret Garden The Borrowers Tuck Everlasting This is a hugely popular activity that children often request. Best suited to teaching SATs, Independent 11+ or to support children in their transition into Year 7.
Trivial Pursuit for 11+ English (SATs/11+)
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Trivial Pursuit for 11+ English (SATs/11+)

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Covering Comprehension, Creative Writing, Vocabulary, Punctuation, Spelling and Syntax, this version of Trivial Pursuit is designed for revising SATs/11+ English, spread out over 280+ questions! This pack includes: Question cards Steal cards to keep children engaged Game counters An A3 Trivial Pursuit game board Printable rules Six comprehension extracts Create your own question cards by printing in colour, trim the paper down, stick the two sides of the question card together, laminate them, trim them again and you’ve got a reusable resource to use every year!