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Hi there! I'm a year 5/6 teacher and I upload whole-class guided reading, mathematics and displays that I've created. If you have any requests for resources or any problems with something you've purchased then send me a message.

Hi there! I'm a year 5/6 teacher and I upload whole-class guided reading, mathematics and displays that I've created. If you have any requests for resources or any problems with something you've purchased then send me a message.
Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 6
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Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 6

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This is the sixth and final lesson in a six-lesson unit of whole class guided reading which focuses on war poetry from World War 1. Perfect for KS2 (I personally delivered these lessons to my class of years 5/6). Individual lessons are priced at £1.50 but the full unit of lessons is only £6, saving you a princely £3. Each lesson includes all the resources ready to deliver a fantastic session: a PowerPoint presentation (with difficult language already explained), any worksheets or texts needed for the children and differentiated Success Criteria! Also, remember that all PowerPoint presentations can be opened using ActivInspire (send me a message if you need help exporting the file!) The unit will cover the following areas: Lesson 1 - discussing the genre and predicting the features of the poems Lesson 2 - summarising the events in Wilfred Owen’s 'Dulce et Decorum Est’ Lesson 3 - pupils will take learning into their own hands and study one of Siegfried Sassoon’s famous war poems: ‘How to Die’, ‘Suicide in the Trenches’ or ‘Absolution’ Lesson 4 - in this lesson, the class will be comparing the poems they’ve already read with Jessie Pope’s pro-war poem ‘The Call’. This is a great lesson for discussions on the themes of pro and anti-war poetry! The questions are scaffolded with the sentence stems provided for their answers Lesson 5 - for a different twist on the theme, this lesson will be looking at Ted Hughes’ ‘Platform One’ and the children will be visualising the poem by drawing key scenes from it Lesson 6 - one final look at the work of Wilfred Owen and the fantastic ‘The Sentry’. Pupils will develop their ability to skim, scan and close-read by working out if the statements are true or false
Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 1
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Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 1

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This is the first lesson in a six-lesson unit of whole class guided reading which focuses on war poetry from World War 1. Perfect for KS2 (I personally delivered these lessons to my class of years 5/6). Individual lessons are priced at £1.50 but the full unit of lessons is only £6, saving you a princely £3. Each lesson includes all the resources ready to deliver a fantastic session: a PowerPoint presentation (with difficult language already explained), any worksheets or texts needed for the children and differentiated Success Criteria! Also, remember that all PowerPoint presentations can be opened using ActivInspire (send me a message if you need help exporting the file!) The unit will cover the following areas: Lesson 1 - discussing the genre and predicting the features of the poems Lesson 2 - summarising the events in Wilfred Owen’s 'Dulce et Decorum Est’ Lesson 3 - pupils will take learning into their own hands and study one of Siegfried Sassoon’s famous war poems: ‘How to Die’, ‘Suicide in the Trenches’ or ‘Absolution’ Lesson 4 - in this lesson, the class will be comparing the poems they’ve already read with Jessie Pope’s pro-war poem ‘The Call’. This is a great lesson for discussions on the themes of pro and anti-war poetry! The questions are scaffolded with the sentence stems provided for their answers Lesson 5 - for a different twist on the theme, this lesson will be looking at Ted Hughes’ ‘Platform One’ and the children will be visualising the poem by drawing key scenes from it Lesson 6 - one final look at the work of Wilfred Owen and the fantastic ‘The Sentry’. Pupils will develop their ability to skim, scan and close-read by working out if the statements are true or false
GPS Definitions - LKS2
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GPS Definitions - LKS2

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Every GPS definition you’ll need to display to your class of little angels (or devils - cohorts do vary after all). The display resource is given as both a PDF and an editable .pub. This is part of a GPS definition set for a whole school. Buy KS1, LKS2 and UKS2 for £2 each or buy the whole set for the reasonable sum of £5 - saving yourself £1 that could be used to buy a long stick with which you could pat yourself on the back for buying such a fantastic display resource.
Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry
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Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry

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This six-lesson unit of whole class guided reading focuses on war poetry from World War 1. Perfect for KS2 (I personally delivered these lessons to my class of years 5/6). Each lesson includes all the resources ready to deliver a fantastic session: a PowerPoint presentation (with difficult language already explained), any worksheets or texts needed for the children and differentiated Success Criteria! Also, remember that all PowerPoint presentations can be opened using ActivInspire (send me a message if you need help exporting the file!) The unit will cover the following areas: Lesson 1 - discussing the genre and predicting the features of the poems Lesson 2 - summarising the events in Wilfred Owen’s 'Dulce et Decorum Est’ Lesson 3 - pupils will take learning into their own hands and study one of Siegfried Sassoon’s famous war poems: ‘How to Die’, ‘Suicide in the Trenches’ or ‘Absolution’ Lesson 4 - in this lesson, the class will be comparing the poems they’ve already read with Jessie Pope’s pro-war poem ‘The Call’. This is a great lesson for discussions on the themes of pro and anti-war poetry! The questions are scaffolded with the sentence stems provided for their answers Lesson 5 - for a different twist on the theme, this lesson will be looking at Ted Hughes’ ‘Platform One’ and the children will be visualising the poem by drawing key scenes from it Lesson 6 - one final look at the work of Wilfred Owen and the fantastic ‘The Sentry’. Pupils will develop their ability to skim, scan and close-read by working out if the statements are true or false
GPS Definitions - Whole School Pack
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GPS Definitions - Whole School Pack

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Every GPS definition you’ll need to display to your class of little angels (or devils - cohorts do vary after all). All display resources are given as both a PDF and an editable .pub. Buy KS1, LKS2 and UKS2 for £2 each (click on my profile to find the individual display packs) or buy the whole set for the reasonable sum of £5 - saving yourself £1 that could be used to buy a long stick with which you could pat yourself on the back for buying such a fantastic display resource.
GPS Definitions - UKS2
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GPS Definitions - UKS2

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Every GPS definition you’ll need to display to your class of little angels (or devils - cohorts do vary after all). The display resource is given as both a PDF and an editable .pub. This is part of a GPS definition set for a whole school. Buy KS1, LKS2 and UKS2 for £2 each or buy the whole set for the reasonable sum of £5 - saving yourself £1 that could be used to buy a long stick with which you could pat yourself on the back for buying such a fantastic display resource.
GPS Definitions - KS1
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GPS Definitions - KS1

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Every GPS definition you’ll need to display to your class of little angels (or devils - cohorts do vary after all). The display resource is given as both a PDF and an editable .pub. This is part of a GPS definition set for a whole school. Buy KS1, LKS2 and UKS2 for £2 each or buy the whole set for the reasonable sum of £5 - saving yourself £1 that could be used to buy a long stick with which you could pat yourself on the back for buying such a fantastic display resource.
Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 5
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Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 5

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This is the fifth lesson in a six-lesson unit of whole class guided reading which focuses on war poetry from World War 1. Perfect for KS2 (I personally delivered these lessons to my class of years 5/6). Individual lessons are priced at £1.50 but the full unit of lessons is only £6, saving you a princely £3. Each lesson includes all the resources ready to deliver a fantastic session: a PowerPoint presentation (with difficult language already explained), any worksheets or texts needed for the children and differentiated Success Criteria! Also, remember that all PowerPoint presentations can be opened using ActivInspire (send me a message if you need help exporting the file!) The unit will cover the following areas: Lesson 1 - discussing the genre and predicting the features of the poems Lesson 2 - summarising the events in Wilfred Owen’s 'Dulce et Decorum Est’ Lesson 3 - pupils will take learning into their own hands and study one of Siegfried Sassoon’s famous war poems: ‘How to Die’, ‘Suicide in the Trenches’ or ‘Absolution’ Lesson 4 - in this lesson, the class will be comparing the poems they’ve already read with Jessie Pope’s pro-war poem ‘The Call’. This is a great lesson for discussions on the themes of pro and anti-war poetry! The questions are scaffolded with the sentence stems provided for their answers Lesson 5 - for a different twist on the theme, this lesson will be looking at Ted Hughes’ ‘Platform One’ and the children will be visualising the poem by drawing key scenes from it Lesson 6 - one final look at the work of Wilfred Owen and the fantastic ‘The Sentry’. Pupils will develop their ability to skim, scan and close-read by working out if the statements are true or false
Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 4
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Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 4

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This is the fourth lesson in a six-lesson unit of whole class guided reading which focuses on war poetry from World War 1. Perfect for KS2 (I personally delivered these lessons to my class of years 5/6). Individual lessons are priced at £1.50 but the full unit of lessons is only £6, saving you a princely £3. Each lesson includes all the resources ready to deliver a fantastic session: a PowerPoint presentation (with difficult language already explained), any worksheets or texts needed for the children and differentiated Success Criteria! Also, remember that all PowerPoint presentations can be opened using ActivInspire (send me a message if you need help exporting the file!) The unit will cover the following areas: Lesson 1 - discussing the genre and predicting the features of the poems Lesson 2 - summarising the events in Wilfred Owen’s 'Dulce et Decorum Est’ Lesson 3 - pupils will take learning into their own hands and study one of Siegfried Sassoon’s famous war poems: ‘How to Die’, ‘Suicide in the Trenches’ or ‘Absolution’ Lesson 4 - in this lesson, the class will be comparing the poems they’ve already read with Jessie Pope’s pro-war poem ‘The Call’. This is a great lesson for discussions on the themes of pro and anti-war poetry! The questions are scaffolded with the sentence stems provided for their answers Lesson 5 - for a different twist on the theme, this lesson will be looking at Ted Hughes’ ‘Platform One’ and the children will be visualising the poem by drawing key scenes from it Lesson 6 - one final look at the work of Wilfred Owen and the fantastic ‘The Sentry’. Pupils will develop their ability to skim, scan and close-read by working out if the statements are true or false
Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 3
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Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 3

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This is the third lesson in a six-lesson unit of whole class guided reading which focuses on war poetry from World War 1. Perfect for KS2 (I personally delivered these lessons to my class of years 5/6). Individual lessons are priced at £1.50 but the full unit of lessons is only £6, saving you a princely £3. Each lesson includes all the resources ready to deliver a fantastic session: a PowerPoint presentation (with difficult language already explained), any worksheets or texts needed for the children and differentiated Success Criteria! Also, remember that all PowerPoint presentations can be opened using ActivInspire (send me a message if you need help exporting the file!) The unit will cover the following areas: Lesson 1 - discussing the genre and predicting the features of the poems Lesson 2 - summarising the events in Wilfred Owen’s 'Dulce et Decorum Est’ Lesson 3 - pupils will take learning into their own hands and study one of Siegfried Sassoon’s famous war poems: ‘How to Die’, ‘Suicide in the Trenches’ or ‘Absolution’ Lesson 4 - in this lesson, the class will be comparing the poems they’ve already read with Jessie Pope’s pro-war poem ‘The Call’. This is a great lesson for discussions on the themes of pro and anti-war poetry! The questions are scaffolded with the sentence stems provided for their answers Lesson 5 - for a different twist on the theme, this lesson will be looking at Ted Hughes’ ‘Platform One’ and the children will be visualising the poem by drawing key scenes from it Lesson 6 - one final look at the work of Wilfred Owen and the fantastic ‘The Sentry’. Pupils will develop their ability to skim, scan and close-read by working out if the statements are true or false
Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 2
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Whole Class Guided Reading - War Poetry Lesson 2

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This is the second lesson in a six-lesson unit of whole class guided reading which focuses on war poetry from World War 1. Perfect for KS2 (I personally delivered these lessons to my class of years 5/6). Individual lessons are priced at £1.50 but the full unit of lessons is only £6, saving you a princely £3. Each lesson includes all the resources ready to deliver a fantastic session: a PowerPoint presentation (with difficult language already explained), any worksheets or texts needed for the children and differentiated Success Criteria! Also, remember that all PowerPoint presentations can be opened using ActivInspire (send me a message if you need help exporting the file!) The unit will cover the following areas: Lesson 1 - discussing the genre and predicting the features of the poems Lesson 2 - summarising the events in Wilfred Owen’s 'Dulce et Decorum Est’ Lesson 3 - pupils will take learning into their own hands and study one of Siegfried Sassoon’s famous war poems: ‘How to Die’, ‘Suicide in the Trenches’ or ‘Absolution’ Lesson 4 - in this lesson, the class will be comparing the poems they’ve already read with Jessie Pope’s pro-war poem ‘The Call’. This is a great lesson for discussions on the themes of pro and anti-war poetry! The questions are scaffolded with the sentence stems provided for their answers Lesson 5 - for a different twist on the theme, this lesson will be looking at Ted Hughes’ ‘Platform One’ and the children will be visualising the poem by drawing key scenes from it Lesson 6 - one final look at the work of Wilfred Owen and the fantastic ‘The Sentry’. Pupils will develop their ability to skim, scan and close-read by working out if the statements are true or false
There, Their and They're Zombie Poster
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There, Their and They're Zombie Poster

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Do your pupils have a hard time remembering which homophone - there, their or they’re - to use in their writing? Well, with this gruesome zombie poster, those days are done! I’ve always found it works very well to remind pupils which version to use. The poster is uploaded as a PDF and the original .pub in case you want to edit it.