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Prim-Ed Publishing prides itself on excellence, intricate attention to detail and sits at the forefront of primary school educational innovation. With a product portfolio of over 1000titles in print representing all areas of the curriculum Prim-Ed publishing has gained an esteemed reputation among teachers and practitioners in the Education sector. Prim-Ed provide a diverse range of educational solutions in all curriculum areas including resources for mainstream education, special needs and teac

Prim-Ed Publishing prides itself on excellence, intricate attention to detail and sits at the forefront of primary school educational innovation. With a product portfolio of over 1000titles in print representing all areas of the curriculum Prim-Ed publishing has gained an esteemed reputation among teachers and practitioners in the Education sector. Prim-Ed provide a diverse range of educational solutions in all curriculum areas including resources for mainstream education, special needs and teac
Primary PSHE: Myself and the Wider World Unit Book E Year 4/Primary 5
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Primary PSHE: Myself and the Wider World Unit Book E Year 4/Primary 5

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Primary PSHE is a seven-book series written to support teachers with their planning and designing of a PSHE programme of education for their pupils and locality. This unit contains the following topics: Developing Citizenship: -Mind Over Body -Diversity, The Spice of Life -Celebrating Cultural Diversity Media Education: -Health Messages
Proofreading and Editing Skills: Extension eBook KS2 (Age 9-12)
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Proofreading and Editing Skills: Extension eBook KS2 (Age 9-12)

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Proofreading and Editing Skills: Extension eBook Contemporary, photocopiable book to provide pupils with experience in proofreading and editing a variety of written texts. Features: selection of passages of text for correction by pupils – each with a punctuation, grammar, spelling and vocabulary focus wide variety of fiction and non-fiction writing genres used, including legends, traditional poems, instructions, persuasive writing and reports ideal literacy resource for individual, group, class or homework use detailed teachers notes, answers and curriculum links included
Primary Comprehension: Book G - KS2 YR6/P7Ext (Age11-12)
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Primary Comprehension: Book G - KS2 YR6/P7Ext (Age11-12)

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Primary Comprehension (Book G) is a photocopiable comprehension resource for primary pupils. These comprehension worksheets are created by practicing classroom teachers which contain a variety of genres, including legends, fables, science fiction, adventure, poetry, biographies, journals and reports. These are ideal as comprehension lesson plans and comprehension homework activities. Features: comprehension activities require children to read a variety of genres, including legends, fables, science fiction, adventure, poetry, biographies, journals and reports three levels of questions, literal, deductive and evaluative, provided for each comprehension passage opportunities to practise a selection of comprehension strategies, including prediction, summarising, comparing and determining importance each comprehension activity has accompanying teachers notes which include answers and extension activities involving texts written in the same genre detailed introductory notes include information on question types, comprehension strategies, shared and guided reading, genre definitions and curriculum links
Teaching Writing Skills: Book G Recounts Unit Year 6/Primary 7 & Year 7/Secondary 1
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Teaching Writing Skills: Book G Recounts Unit Year 6/Primary 7 & Year 7/Secondary 1

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-This is a framework which retells events as they happened in time order -May be factual, personal or imaginative -Includes: Title Orientation: All relevant background (who, when, where, why) Events: Significant events in detail Ending: Often with an evaluative comment -Uses the following language information: Vocabulary to suggest time passing Paragraphs to show separate sections The past tense -A recount may be written in the form of a newspaper report, diary, letter, journal, eyewitness account, biography, autobiography or history.
Teaching Writing Skills: Book E Recounts Unit Year 5/Primary 6
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Teaching Writing Skills: Book E Recounts Unit Year 5/Primary 6

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-This is a framework which retells events as they happened in time order -May be factual, personal or imaginative -Includes: Title Orientation: All relevant background (who, when, where, why) Events: Significant events in detail Ending: Often with an evaluative comment -Uses the following language information: Vocabulary to suggest time passing Paragraphs to show separate sections The past tense -A recount may be written in the form of a newspaper report, diary, letter, journal, eyewitness account, biography, autobiography or history.
Teaching Writing Skills: Book B Narratives Unit Year 2/Primary 3
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Teaching Writing Skills: Book B Narratives Unit Year 2/Primary 3

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-This is a framework which tells a story -Includes: Title, Orientation: The setting, time and characters, Complication: Involving the main character(s) and a sequence of events Resolution: To the complication Ending: Often showing what has changed and what the characters have learnt -Uses the following language features: A range of conjunctions to connect ideas Appropriate paragraphing Descriptive language Usually written in past tense -A narrative may be written in the form of a poem, story, play, imaginative story, fairytale, novel, myth, legend, ballad, science fiction story or modern fantasy.
Teaching Writing Skills: Book B Recounts Unit Year 2/Primary 3
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Teaching Writing Skills: Book B Recounts Unit Year 2/Primary 3

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-This is a framework which retells events as they happened in time order -May be factual, personal or imaginative -Includes: Title Orientation: All relevant background (who, when, where, why) Events: Significant events in detail Ending: Often with an evaluative comment -Uses the following language information: Vocabulary to suggest time passing Paragraphs to show separate sections The past tense -A recount may be written in the form of a newspaper report, diary, letter, journal, eyewitness account, biography, autobiography or history.
Proofreading and Editing Skills: Lower eBook KS1 (Age 6-8)
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Proofreading and Editing Skills: Lower eBook KS1 (Age 6-8)

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Contemporary, photocopiable book to provide pupils with experience in proofreading and editing a variety of written texts. Features: selection of passages of text for correction by pupils – each with a punctuation, grammar, spelling and vocabulary focus wide variety of fiction and non-fiction writing genres used, including legends, traditional poems, instructions, persuasive writing and reports ideal literacy resource for individual, group, class or homework use detailed teachers notes, answers and curriculum links included
Primary Problem -Solving in Mathematics Book A EYFS/ P1 (Age 5-6)
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Primary Problem -Solving in Mathematics Book A EYFS/ P1 (Age 5-6)

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Seven-book series of photocopiable activity worksheets for practising problem-solving skills and mathematical thinking. Worksheets that focus on :spatial visualisation, logical reasoning,interpreting, analysing , organising and using information, strategic thinking and using patterns. Activities challenge pupils to use strategies and different approaches to solve the problem.Worksheets incorporate a variety of presentation styles:problem presented visually and in word problem format. Extensive background information provided on the skills needed for effective problem solving. Teachers notes includes mathematicals objective, curriculum links, extensions activities and answers.
Proofreading and Editing Skills: Middle eBook KS1-LKS2 (Age 7-9)
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Proofreading and Editing Skills: Middle eBook KS1-LKS2 (Age 7-9)

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Contemporary, photocopiable book to provide pupils with experience in proofreading and editing a variety of written texts. Features: selection of passages of text for correction by pupils – each with a punctuation, grammar, spelling and vocabulary focus wide variety of fiction and non-fiction writing genres used, including legends, traditional poems, instructions, persuasive writing and reports ideal literacy resource for individual, group, class or homework use detailed teachers notes, answers and curriculum links included
Primary Comprehension: Book D - KS2 Yr3/P4 (Age 8-9)
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Primary Comprehension: Book D - KS2 Yr3/P4 (Age 8-9)

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Primary Comprehension (Book D) is a photocopiable comprehension resource for primary pupils. These comprehension worksheets are created by practicing classroom teachers which contain a variety of genres, including legends, fables, science fiction, adventure, poetry, biographies, journals and reports. These are ideal as comprehension lesson plans and comprehension homework activities. Features: comprehension activities require children to read a variety of genres, including legends, fables, science fiction, adventure, poetry, biographies, journals and reports three levels of questions, literal, deductive and evaluative, provided for each comprehension passage opportunities to practise a selection of comprehension strategies, including prediction, summarising, comparing and determining importance each comprehension activity has accompanying teachers notes which include answers and extension activities involving texts written in the same genre detailed introductory notes include information on question types, comprehension strategies, shared and guided reading, genre definitions and curriculum links.
Primary PSHE Book C YR2 /P3(6-7)
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Primary PSHE Book C YR2 /P3(6-7)

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Primary PSHE ia a seven-book series written to support teachers with their planning and designing of a PSHE programme of education for their pupils and locality.Primary PSHE has a variety of photocopiable activities,covering a teachers page,in lesson plan format,and a variety of supporting activity pages.The aim of the activities is to help and encourage pupils to lead happy and healthy lives.
Primary Problems -Solving in Mathematics Book B YR1/P2 (Age 6-7)
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Primary Problems -Solving in Mathematics Book B YR1/P2 (Age 6-7)

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Seven-book series of photocopiable activity worksheets for practising problem-solving skills and mathematical thinking.Worksheets that focus on: spatial visualisation, logical reasoning,interpreting, analysing, organising and using information, strategic thinking and using patterns. Activities challenge pupils to use strategies and different approaches to solve the problem. Worksheets incorporate a variety of presentation styles: problem presented visually and in word problem format. Extensive background information provided on the skills needed for effective problem solving. Teachers notes includes mathematical objective,curriculum links,extensions activities and answers.
The Relief Teacher Toolkit: Book 3 Year 4 & Year 5, Primary 5 & Primary 6
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The Relief Teacher Toolkit: Book 3 Year 4 & Year 5, Primary 5 & Primary 6

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Great range of photocopiable classroom activities to equip substitute and class teachers. Activities cover a variety of curriculum areas – English, maths, science, history, geography, health, values, art and DT. Features: - each pupil worksheet is accompanied by teachers notes, including objectives, resource list, lesson plan, additional activity suggestions, answers and curriculum links - pupil worksheets can stand alone as a single lesson, or be extended using the additional activity suggestions in the teachers notes - each book includes a section of themed activities, designed as a springboard for long-term relief assignments
Bullying in a Cyber World: Early Years
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Bullying in a Cyber World: Early Years

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Bullying in a Cyber World can be used to supplement your school’s anti-bullying policy or in conjunction with its core values programme. Bullying in a Cyber World Early Years covers the following aspects of bullying: What is bullying?, Forms of bullying, Cyberbullying, Targets of bullying, Effects of bullying, Who bullies and why?, Dealing with bullying and Preventing bullying. It is also supported by a full-colour set of six posters. Features: - supporting teachers pages which contain: focus identifying the main purpose of the activity background information an introduction to the activity questions to promote discussion answers, as necessary - pupil activity pages which include: a stimulus text a comprehension activity an extension activity front pages which include: information about the aspects of bullying covered suggestions for promoting a bully-safe school environment sample teacher bullying incident report sample pupil bullying incident report anti-bullying pledges for the whole class individual and home merit certificates and bookmarks to be awarded for demonstration of positive behaviour against bullying sample pupil internet safety checklist sample parent internet cyber safety checklist a list of useful websites and literature resources to promote understanding of and skills for dealing with bullying