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I support social mobility in schools, multi academy trusts and teaching alliances with inspirational workshops in KS2, 3 and colleges. I have combined my ten years teaching with over five years’ experience on the hit Channel Four show Gogglebox to engage students in a unique and exciting way. My main focus is on motivating disadvantaged students which includes but isn’t limited to Pupil Premium, Pre NEET, NCOP and alternative provision students.

I support social mobility in schools, multi academy trusts and teaching alliances with inspirational workshops in KS2, 3 and colleges. I have combined my ten years teaching with over five years’ experience on the hit Channel Four show Gogglebox to engage students in a unique and exciting way. My main focus is on motivating disadvantaged students which includes but isn’t limited to Pupil Premium, Pre NEET, NCOP and alternative provision students.
KS3  Computer Science progress & assessment log
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KS3 Computer Science progress & assessment log

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When I was the head of department for Computer Science. I had a variety of non specialists delivering the lessons. I created a variety of resources to support the teachers. A part of that was an assessment log for all of KS3. The log includes the topics covered to give your department a chronological structure. It includes pre and post tests and topic assessment for all subject matter linked to the curriculum with a link to Emerging, Developing, Secure and Master. There is reference to three forms of programming (Scratch, VB and Python) and some HTML to give students a little introduction to line based commands before starting to program. As well as the assessment logs. I have also created a very simple but effective way of monitoring progress in a digital based environment. The PowerPoint template entitled “Production Diary”, is a way of measuring pupil progress, teacher feedback and peer feedback in a way conducive to an IT room. I have also provided a how to guide for the use of the production diary and booklets and two good examples of how the production diary could be used. There are PowerPoints and resources that accompany these assessment logs, however they are currently a mixture of teachers work. Once they are all double checked and re made I will upload them. However if you have any questions about the attached booklets or need a resource please email baasit@siddiqui-education.co.uk
Let's Pitch It Digital (Full Package)
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Let's Pitch It Digital (Full Package)

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The creator of the “Let’s Pitch It” workshop and competition, Baasit Siddiqui is an experience teacher and can be seen on Channel 4 four’s award winning show “Gogglebox”. Created to support Pupil Premium, pre NEET, NCOP students. As the key focus is developing transferable skills, this competition is designed to motivate and inspire a variety of students from later years KS2, KS3 and KS5 vocational students in convential schools and alternative provision. Created by Baasit Siddiqui from Channel Four’s Gogglebox. Baasit has combined his ten years of teaching and over five years of experience and connections to the television industry to provide a unique, inspiring and exciting enrichment opportunity. Created for, the “Let’s Pitch It” workshop allows students to use and develop a whole host of transferable skills to research, plan, present and pitch an idea for a television show or media concept. Each participant in this workshop gets the chance for their idea to be seen and judged by the creator of Gogglebox, with the chance for the winning idea to win a trip to London, spending vouchers and a whole host of computer science resources for their school. The FULL digital package includes lessons on: Researching and planning a pitch, effective presentation skills, script writing, branding, evaluation of the television concept, the use of math’s in the television industry, the importance of democracy and careers in the television industry. The transferable skills this workshop aims to develop includes: • Team work • Collaboration • Communication • Presentation • Leadership • Research • Planning • Evaluating • Literacy • Math’s • British Values The scheme of work is centred around the television industry with video resources presented by a well-known television personality. This and the competition element provides a fantastic and engaging hook which has proven to get a huge variety of students invested in the programme. Disclaimer – In order to ensure the school which this package is bought for is part of the National Competition. Anyone who purchases this package must add a review comment with their school’s name, year group(s) it is intended to be used with and the town/city the school is in. Without adding this comment review, there will be no way of identifying the package purchased is linked to the relevant school and can therefore prevent the students from being entered in to the national competition.
Let's Pitch It Digital (Basic Package)
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Let's Pitch It Digital (Basic Package)

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The creator of the “Let’s Pitch It” workshop and competition, Baasit Siddiqui is an experience teacher and can be seen on Channel 4 four’s award winning show “Gogglebox”. Created to support Pupil Premium, pre NEET, NCOP students. As the key focus is developing transferable skills, this competition is designed to motivate and inspire a variety of students from later years KS2, KS3 and KS5 vocational students in convential schools and alternative provision. Created by Baasit Siddiqui from Channel Four’s Gogglebox. Baasit has combined his ten years of teaching and over five years of experience and connections to the television industry to provide a unique, inspiring and exciting enrichment opportunity. Created for, the “Let’s Pitch It” workshop allows students to use and develop a whole host of transferable skills to research, plan, present and pitch an idea for a television show or media concept. Each participant in this workshop gets the chance for their idea to be seen and judged by the creator of Gogglebox, with the chance for the winning idea to win a trip to London, spending vouchers and a whole host of computer science resources for their school. The FULL digital package includes lessons on: Researching and planning a pitch, effective presentation skills, script writing, branding, evaluation of the television concept, the use of math’s in the television industry, the importance of democracy and careers in the television industry. The transferable skills this workshop aims to develop includes: • Team work • Collaboration • Communication • Presentation • Leadership • Research • Planning • Evaluating • Literacy • Math’s • British Values The scheme of work is centred around the television industry with video resources presented by a well-known television personality. This and the competition element provides a fantastic and engaging hook which has proven to get a huge variety of students invested in the programme. Disclaimer – In order to ensure the school which this package is bought for is part of the National Competition. Anyone who purchases this package must add a review comment with their school’s name, year group(s) it is intended to be used with and the town/city the school is in. Without adding this comment review, there will be no way of identifying the package purchased is linked to the relevant school and can therefore prevent the students from being entered in to the national competition.
Let's Pitch It Outline
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Let's Pitch It Outline

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Let’s Pitch It is a digital workshop designed to inspire and motivate pupil premium students to support social mobility. The resources have been designed to be used as an enrichment activity allowing students to use a number of essential transferable skills from a variety of subjects. The nine lesson scheme of work guides students to work in teams to research, plan and pitch an idea for a television show. The best pitch from each school involved in the workshops are shortlisted and judged by Baasit Siddiqui from Gogglebox. The best three pitches are judged by the executive producer of Gogglebox with the winning team winning a trip to London to see how the show is created. The lessons have been created by Baasit Siddiqui, a teacher with ten years experience of teaching, ICT, business and computer science. Baasit has combined his experiences and contacts within the television industry to give disadvantaged students and unique and exciting experience. Video resources for all nine lessons allow students to develop their collaborative, communication, leadership, digital and presentation skills. The scheme of work aims to be all encompassing including elements of Media, ICT, Business, English, Maths and Citizenship. To find out more about the workshops or to book a visit from Baasit Siddiqui in person visit: www.siddiqui-education.co.uk or email baasit@siddiqui-education.co.uk Disclaimer – When purchasing the “Let’s Pitch It” package. In order to ensure the school which the package is bought for is part of the National Competition. Anyone who purchases the package must add a review comment with their school’s name, year group(s) it is intended to be used with and the town/city the school is in. Without adding this comment review, there will be no way of identifying the package purchased is linked to the relevant school and can therefore prevent the students from being entered in to the national competition.