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We teachers spend a lot of time creating quality resources for children, so why not help each other and save our precious time doing something else? My resources are in keeping with the New National Curriculum. Thank you for taking the time to look on this page.

We teachers spend a lot of time creating quality resources for children, so why not help each other and save our precious time doing something else? My resources are in keeping with the New National Curriculum. Thank you for taking the time to look on this page.
2018 WORLD CUP WALL DISPLAY
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2018 WORLD CUP WALL DISPLAY

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Bring football fever to your school as teams from across the globe compete in Russia to win the 2018 FIFA World Cup. This interactive wall display will help children to explore the countries, flags and groups as well as to keep track of the progress of each team during the World Cup starting on June 14th 2018. Perfect for a communal display for children, staff and parents to discuss or for an individual classroom. All of the games include the date and time of when they are played.
BAR MODEL - KS2 - NEW CURRICULUM
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BAR MODEL - KS2 - NEW CURRICULUM

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This resource is aimed at developing the sort of task and questions that provide evidence for mastery and mastery with greater depth. The teacher will need to check that pupils really understand the idea by asking questions such as ‘Why?’, ‘What happens if ...?’, and checking that pupils can use the procedures or skills to solve a variety of problems.
ROMAN NUMERALS DISPLAY - NEW CURRICULUM
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ROMAN NUMERALS DISPLAY - NEW CURRICULUM

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The new National Curriculum maths Programmes of Study includes reading and using Roman numerals. This is a simple and clear wall display that can be a permanent fixture in your classroom. I have printed and laminated mine in A3 high on the wall at the back of the room.
FRACTIONS OF NUMBER USING THE BAR MODEL
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FRACTIONS OF NUMBER USING THE BAR MODEL

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INCLUDES ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. This resource is aimed at developing the sort of task and questions that provide evidence for mastery and mastery with greater depth. The teacher will need to check that pupils really understand the idea by asking questions such as ‘Why?’, ‘What happens if ...?’, and checking that pupils can use the procedures or skills to solve a variety of problems.