Year 5/6 SATs Great at Grammar SPAG Activities - Autumn Term Pack

Year 5/6 SATs Great at Grammar SPAG Activities - Autumn Term Pack

Year 5/6 Great at Grammar - Autumn Term Pack - newly updated to meet the demands of the New National Curriculum. We are pleased to announce that this resource has been updated to meet the demands of the new National Curriculum with the objective listed at the top of each activity. With the introduction of the new National Curriculum it is vitally important that grammar is taught throughout the school and is an integral part of the curriculum. This pack comes with 12 weeks of activities with five activities per week. These include activities which are linked to all aspects of the new grammar National Curriculum. At the top of each slide the learning objective from the National Curriculum is shown. There are also activities from the Year 3/4 National Curriculum which will serve as useful revision to the children. Each activity is only designed to take 5 minutes which means these activites are perfect to complete first thing in the morning or straight after lunch. Built up over the term the children will become grammar experts! These activities are aimed at children in years 5/6 and can be completed on paper or in books. These activities are provided in both PDF and PowerPoint format so they can be displayed on a whiteboard or printed out. Each page is decorated with a playful Clipart image thanks to our license with Clipart.com
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Gangsta Granny Guided Reading Plans

Gangsta Granny Guided Reading Plans

This pack includes guided reading plans for the following text: Gangsta Granny by David Walliams (year 5) In total there are 13 guided reading lesson plans, covering each of the chapters in the book. Each plan contains a 'reading and responding to the text' activity which is designed to be completed with the class teacher with the reading group. There are then follow up independent activities which the children can then complete during the remainder of the week. All of these activities are closely linked to the new National Curriculum objectives and these are listed at the beginning of each plan. Each plan also has a list of difficult words which the children can check the meaning of before the teacher led session, space to list the names of the children who are working on the text and a space for a teacher notes and evaluation. The plans have been written by an experienced primary school teacher and have been tried and tested in the classroom.
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Year 6 Magic at Maths - Mastery pack

Year 6 Magic at Maths - Mastery pack

Year 6 Magic at Maths - Mastery Activities. Over 50 different questions and activities to help you assess whether a child has mastered the Year 6 National Curriculum. Perfect for plenaries and extension activities. The new National Curriculum is all about studying concepts in greater depth and applying knowledge and understanding to different areas of mathematics. The term 'mastery' is one that is being discussed widely in the educational word currently and this includes gaining a general agreed consensus of what it means to 'master' the curriculum. At the PTRC we have used the NAHT KPIs to come up with a variety of activities to help you assess whether children in your class have mastered the curriculum. Many of the activities require the children to explain their reasoning as well as apply their knowledge and skills across a range of topic areas. Included in this PowerPoint is 16 slides covering 17 of the key Year 6 learning objectives from the new National Curriculum (see pictures for example slides). The objectives are detailed in the notes section of each PowerPoint slide for easy reference. There is also a slide introducing the pack, providing you with what we believe mastery to be and giving you some ideas of how to use the PowerPoint slides. The pack is aimed at children in years 6 but can be used with other pupils throughout the Primary phase. These activities are provided in PowerPoint format so they can be displayed on a whiteboard or printed out.
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SLT Monitoring Templates and Proforma Pack

SLT Monitoring Templates and Proforma Pack

An essential pack for any member of SLT. Included are seven tried and tested monitoring proformas Learning Walk Proforma - perfect for general learning walks as well as those with a specific focus Observation Template - a comprehensive template which has space for general comments, differentiation, SMSC, pupil voice feedback and work sampling. The template includes prompts to make reference against. On the back page are the Ofsted judgements in a simple grid. Subject Planning Monitoring Proforma - great for coordinators to record monitoring. Includes prompts to make comments against. Writing Moderation Template - a great form to record moderation comments within a year group. Prompts help to focus comments Writing Moderation Template (across school) - as above but prompts focus on progression across the school. Great when moderating across a number of year groups. Maths Book Sampling Template - perfect for recording evidence from a maths book look. Prompts help to make comments focused and evidence based. Topic and Science Sampling Template - a simple form to record evidence of work in science and topic books.
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Year 6 SATs Reasoning Pack 2 - Mastering Maths

Year 6 SATs Reasoning Pack 2 - Mastering Maths

Following the success of our first reasoning pack, we have released a second resource with another 15 slides of questions. Reasoning is a very important part of the new end of KS2 expectations. This pack provides practice reasoning questions covering a wide range of National Curriculum Objectives. Perfect for plenaries and extension activities as well as SATs Revision practice. Areas covered include: Statistics Number Number Properties Algebra Decimals Measurement Percentages Ratio and Proportion Angles Sequences Coordinates Factors and Multiplies Fractions Many of the slides include more than one question and include opportunities for children to fully explain their thinking. Included in this PowerPoint is 15 slides covering a range of different reasoning type questions. There is also a contents page and answers section which are all hyperlinked for ease of use. The pack is aimed at children in years 6 but can be used with other pupils throughout the Primary phase. These activities are provided in PowerPoint format so they can be displayed on a whiteboard or printed out.
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Year 3 Magic at Maths - Mastery Pack

Year 3 Magic at Maths - Mastery Pack

Year 3 Magic at Maths - Mastery Activities. Over 50 different questions and activities to help you assess whether a child has mastered the Year 3 National Curriculum. Perfect for plenaries and extension activities. The new National Curriculum is all about studying concepts in greater depth and applying knowledge and understanding to different areas of mathematics. The term 'mastery' is one that is being discussed widely in the educational word currently and this includes gaining a general agreed consensus of what it means to 'master' the curriculum. At the PTRC we have used the NAHT KPIs to come up with a variety of activities to help you assess whether children in your class have mastered the curriculum. Many of the activities require the children to explain their reasoning as well as apply their knowledge and skills across a range of topic areas. Included in this PowerPoint is 15 slides covering 15 of the key Year 3 learning objectives from the new National Curriculum (see pictures for example slides). The objectives are detailed in the notes section of each PowerPoint slide for easy reference. There is also a slide introducing the pack, providing you with what we believe mastery to be and giving you some ideas of how to use the PowerPoint slides. The pack is aimed at children in years 3 but can be used with other pupils throughout the Primary phase. These activities are provided in PowerPoint format so they can be displayed on a whiteboard or printed out.
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Year 4 Magic at Maths - Mastery Pack

Year 4 Magic at Maths - Mastery Pack

Year 4 Magic at Maths - Mastery Activities. Over 50 different questions and activities to help you assess whether a child has mastered the Year 4 National Curriculum. Perfect for plenaries and extension activities. The new National Curriculum is all about studying concepts in greater depth and applying knowledge and understanding to different areas of mathematics. The term 'mastery' is one that is being discussed widely in the educational word currently and this includes gaining a general agreed consensus of what it means to 'master' the curriculum. At the PTRC we have used the NAHT KPIs to come up with a variety of activities to help you assess whether children in your class have mastered the curriculum. Many of the activities require the children to explain their reasoning as well as apply their knowledge and skills across a range of topic areas. Included in this PowerPoint is 14 slides covering 14 of the key Year 4 learning objectives from the new National Curriculum (see pictures for example slides). The objectives are detailed in the notes section of each PowerPoint slide for easy reference. There is also a slide introducing the pack, providing you with what we believe mastery to be and giving you some ideas of how to use the PowerPoint slides. The pack is aimed at children in years 4 but can be used with other pupils throughout the Primary phase. These activities are provided in PowerPoint format so they can be displayed on a whiteboard or printed out.
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10 or 100 more/less teaching PowerPoint

10 or 100 more/less teaching PowerPoint

This Teach, Practise, Extend PowerPoint resource focuses on finding 10 and 100 more or less and is linked to the Year 3 National Curriculum. In total there are six slides: Slides 1/2/4 (teach) - Detailed teaching points of how to find 10 more or less than a number. Slide 4 explains how to find 100 more or less than a number. Slide 3/5 (practise) - Children need to find 10 more or less than a set of numbers. On slide 5 children need to find 100 more or less of a set of numbers. Slide 6 (extend) - Children have to apply their new skills by finding 10 and 100 more or less of a set of numbers as well as solve a number of word problems. The resource is colourfully designed and can clearly be seen from a distance making it ideal to display on the Interactive Whiteboard and providing you with a straightforward and highly effective teaching resource. Great for a lesson starter, revision or early morning activity. It is aimed at the Year 3 maths objective but can be used at any time during KS2. The slides can be edited to suit the needs of your class but this resource, including the images must not be distributed to others without our permission.
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Gangsta Granny Guided Reading Plans

Gangsta Granny Guided Reading Plans

This pack includes guided reading plans for the following text: Gangsta Granny by David Walliams (year 5) In total there are 13 guided reading lesson plans, covering each of the chapters in the book. Each plan contains a 'reading and responding to the text' activity which is designed to be completed with the class teacher with the reading group. There are then follow up independent activities which the children can then complete during the remainder of the week. All of these activities are closely linked to the new National Curriculum objectives and these are listed at the beginning of each plan. Each plan also has a list of difficult words which the children can check the meaning of before the teacher led session, space to list the names of the children who are working on the text and a space for a teacher notes and evaluation. The plans have been written by an experienced primary school teacher and have been tried and tested in the classroom.
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Theme Park Maths Investigations

Theme Park Maths Investigations

Based on the free resource found on the Teaching Ideas website, enclosed is a maths investigation based on designing and running your own theme park. Task 1: Planning your site on a £500,000 budget Task 2: Running your theme park Task 3: Deciding on entry price (revised) Task 4: Profit on entry fee (revised) Task 5 - Profit & Loss Task 6 - Annual Profit Task 7 - Making Improvements Task 8 - Running your theme park Task 9 - Entry Fee Task 10 - How many visitors? Task 11 - What are your profits Task 12 - Taxes and Insurance Task 13 - Your loan 18 further tasks now included taking you up to the final season (season 3)
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Cosmic Guided Reading Plans

Cosmic Guided Reading Plans

This pack includes guided reading plans for the following text: Cosmic by Frank Cottrell Boyce (Years 5/6) In total there are 18 guided reading lesson plans, covering each of the sections in the book. Each plan contains a 'reading and responding to the text' activity which is designed to be completed with the class teacher with the reading group. There are then follow up independent activities which the children can then complete during the remainder of the week. All of these activities are closely linked to the new National Curriculum objectives and these are listed at the beginning of each plan. Each plan also has a list of difficult words which the children can check the meaning of before the teacher led session, space to list the names of the children who are working on the text and a space for a teacher notes and evaluation. The plans have been written by an experienced primary school teacher and have been tried and tested in the classroom.
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Viking Boy Guided Reading Plans

Viking Boy Guided Reading Plans

This pack includes guided reading plans for the following text: Viking Boy by Tony Bradman In total there are 21 guided reading lesson plans, covering each of the sections in the book. Each plan contains a 'reading and responding to the text' activity which is designed to be completed with the class teacher with the reading group. There are then follow up independent activities which the children can then complete during the remainder of the week. All of these activities are closely linked to the new National Curriculum objectives and these are listed at the beginning of each plan. Each plan also has a list of difficult words which the children can check the meaning of before the teacher led session, space to list the names of the children who are working on the text and a space for a teacher notes and evaluation. The plans have been written by an experienced primary school teacher and have been tried and tested in the classroom.
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Year 4 SATs Reasoning Pack 1 - Mastering Maths

Year 4 SATs Reasoning Pack 1 - Mastering Maths

Reasoning is a very important part of the new end of KS2 expectations. This pack provides practice reasoning questions covering a wide range of National Curriculum Objectives. Perfect for plenaries and lesson activities as well as end of year test practice. Areas covered include: Calculating Fractions Money and Time Measurement Geometry Statistics Co-ordinates Factors Many of the slides include more than one question and include opportunities for children to fully explain their thinking. Included in this PowerPoint is 15 slides covering a range of different reasoning type questions. There is also a contents page and answers section which are all hyperlinked for ease of use. The pack is aimed at children in years 4 but can be used with other pupils throughout the Primary phase. These activities are provided in PowerPoint format so they can be displayed on a whiteboard or printed out.
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Maths Daily Challenges - Year 6 Set 1

Maths Daily Challenges - Year 6 Set 1

This Powerpoint pack contains seven weeks of maths challenges aimed at covering half a term. Aimed at Year 6, there is one maths challenge for every day of the week covering a range of topic areas from the new National Curriculum. Many of the questions encourage the children to use and develop reasoning skills A great resource to use as a starter/plenary to a maths lesson or to put up on the board during any spare minutes at the beginning or end of the day. Answers are provided.
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Year 6 Magic at Maths - Mastery pack

Year 6 Magic at Maths - Mastery pack

Year 6 Magic at Maths - Mastery Activities. Over 50 different questions and activities to help you assess whether a child has mastered the Year 6 National Curriculum. Perfect for plenaries and extension activities. The new National Curriculum is all about studying concepts in greater depth and applying knowledge and understanding to different areas of mathematics. The term 'mastery' is one that is being discussed widely in the educational word currently and this includes gaining a general agreed consensus of what it means to 'master' the curriculum. At the PTRC we have used the NAHT KPIs to come up with a variety of activities to help you assess whether children in your class have mastered the curriculum. Many of the activities require the children to explain their reasoning as well as apply their knowledge and skills across a range of topic areas. Included in this PowerPoint is 16 slides covering 17 of the key Year 6 learning objectives from the new National Curriculum (see pictures for example slides). The objectives are detailed in the notes section of each PowerPoint slide for easy reference. There is also a slide introducing the pack, providing you with what we believe mastery to be and giving you some ideas of how to use the PowerPoint slides. The pack is aimed at children in years 6 but can be used with other pupils throughout the Primary phase. These activities are provided in PowerPoint format so they can be displayed on a whiteboard or printed out.
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Adolphus Tips Guided Reading Plans

Adolphus Tips Guided Reading Plans

This pack includes guided reading plans for the following text: Adolphus Tips by Michael Morpurgo (aimed at years 5/6) In total there are 8 guided reading lesson plans, one for each chapter of the book. Each plan contains a 'reading and responding to the text' activity which is designed to be completed with the class teacher with the reading group. There are then follow up independent activities which the children can then complete during the remainder of the week. All of these activities are closely linked to each of the reading assessment focuses and these are listed at the beginning of each plan. Each plan also has a list of difficult words which the children can check the meaning of before the teacher led session, space to list the names of the children who are working on the text and a space for a teacher notes and evaluation. The plans have been written by an experienced primary school teacher and have been tried and tested in the classroom.
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Balanced Argument Vocabulary and Resource Pack

Balanced Argument Vocabulary and Resource Pack

A great resource for anyone teaching how to write a balanced argument. Included with this pack are: 16 x connective vocabulary display cards appropriate for writing a balanced argument. E.g. although, furthermore, on the contrary. 16 x phrases of debate vocabulary display cards. E.g. no one can deny, scientists fear, supporters of. 1 x A4 How to write a balanced argument resource mat which lists the above connectives and phrases of debate as well as a list of things to include in the child's piece of writing. All of the cards are colourfully designed and can be clearly seen from a distance. Check out over 450 teaching and display resources at www.primaryresourcecentre.com
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How to Write - Balanced Argument Display and Poster Pack

How to Write - Balanced Argument Display and Poster Pack

A great resource to accompany the teaching of a Balanced Argument. These A4 posters can be arranged into a colourful and informative display which will provide your pupils with useful prompts when writing their own Balanced Argument. It will also provide an excellent revision aid for year 6 pupils. Included in this pack are: 13 x A4 Posters all with a black border 1 x Title Posters (How to Write a Balanced Argument) 8 x Information Posters on how to write a Balanced Argument 4 x Graphic Posters showing large pictures of the animations used throughout the display The posters are attractively designed and thanks to iclipart, each poster has an animated character to give a colourful and appealing look.
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