Mystery Genre - Harry Potter Themed

Mystery Genre - Harry Potter Themed

This is a mystery story, focused around crime. The story follows Harry Potter and Ronald Weasley as adults, working for the Department of Law Enforcement at the Ministry for Magic. This three page story contains many features required to meet the expected standard for Year 5, so could be used for an example piece for students or used for them to breakdown and highlight the features - it's really up to you.
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Harry Potter and Philosopher's Stone Comprehension and Marks Scheme (Chapters 1 - 4)

Harry Potter and Philosopher's Stone Comprehension and Marks Scheme (Chapters 1 - 4)

This is a Key Stage 2 SAT style comprehension created for Chapters 1 to 4 for Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. The page reference numbers on the comprehension are linked to an American PDF of the book (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone), which can be found on Google; this could be printed alongside the comprehension, so pupils can be encouraged to underline key information in the text to answer questions or summarise paragraphs to answer questions. However, the document can easily be edited, so the comprehension can be used alongside a version of the book. In edition, a mark scheme has been created, so that the comprehension paper can be easily marked and then a percentage score has been given at the end of the mark scheme, so the pupil can be assigned toward/at/above/greater depth.
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BFG Character Description - Interview Task

BFG Character Description - Interview Task

This is a detailed lesson plan for a simple 30 minute character description lesson, is ideal for NQTs looking for their first post and in need of a simple writing task. This pack also comes complete with slides for notebook. Other additional resources to be created for this lesson are as follows: - A dream jar. - The BFG's Clock - A mock up of the BFG's ears - A dream trumpet This lesson plan could easily be adapted to suit a speaking and listening lesson also!
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Dr Seuss - Tongue Twisters

Dr Seuss - Tongue Twisters

A week long, Dr Seuss themed set of lesson plans. Packed with lots of detail and reference to Rising Stars (Key Stage 1). This weeks worth of planning will tick lots of those reading for pleasure boxes and really encourage young children to play around with language.
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Pirate Non-Chronological Reports

Pirate Non-Chronological Reports

Two examples of non-chronological reports written for a pirate topic. These examples can be used in a literacy lesson to identify the features of these types of report. In addition, these reports have been modified to help SEN and EAL pupils with those trickier words by breaking them down into the syllable form through use of colour.
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Gorilla Colourful Semantics Kits

Gorilla Colourful Semantics Kits

Colourful semantics kits designed to go alongside the book, Gorilla by Anthony Browne. This kit will help EAL or SEN pupils with forming basic sentence structure.
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Maths Homework

Maths Homework

Some examples of homework sheets with a visual success criteria to help the children to complete each task independently at home. Suitable for young children who fall under the categories of EAL or SEN.
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Sentence Openers Word Bank

Sentence Openers Word Bank

A sentence opener word bank that can be used at the beginning of a lesson or support children throughout the lesson. The sentence opener bank has been broken into three key areas: - time connectives -adverbs - feelings
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