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I worked in England for ten years and am now the English section coordinator in an international school in France. My resources cover all areas of the curriculum at varying levels as many of the children that I teach now do not have English as a first language.

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I worked in England for ten years and am now the English section coordinator in an international school in France. My resources cover all areas of the curriculum at varying levels as many of the children that I teach now do not have English as a first language.
Christmas maths colouring sheets
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Christmas maths colouring sheets

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This resource consists of a simple colouring sheet, using addition or subtraction. I have also included a blank template for you to adapt for your own use.
End of year English test
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End of year English test

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This is a test that I have used with Year 5/6 students reviewing many aspects of English grammar that they will have studied during the year.
Time Zones
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Time Zones

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I have used this as part of a Space topic. After we have looked at the division of the globe into 24 time zones, they then complete this worksheet.
Orchestral Instruments
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Orchestral Instruments

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This is a test which I used at the end of a unit of work based on the families of instruments in the orchestra. The work included finding out how the instrument makes its sound and where it fits into the orchestra. I included live performancess on those instruments that I play, alongside prerecorded examples from a variety of composers. The answers are given on the last sheet.
The Industrial Revolution Timeline
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The Industrial Revolution Timeline

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This is a timeline looking at major developments during the industrial revolution from 1750 to 1860. Children can cut out the information from the second sheet and stick them onto the timeline, or they can write the information on. You could adapt this by adding inventions and developments particularly relevant to your local area.
The Victorian Christmas
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The Victorian Christmas

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This resource includes a powerpoint, highlighting some of the main elements of the Victorian Christmas, three pages of information for children to read before answering the comprehension questions on the third document. I have created this resource for my Year 6 class as a final part of a series of history lessons in the Autumn term, leading up to Christmas.
The British Empire
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The British Empire

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This resource pack includes a powerpoint presentation, three pages of information about the British Empire, a map to be completed and a series of activities for the children to carry out, showing their understanding of the subject and linking it to the Commonwealth and modern trade practices. I have created this resource for my Year 6 class as a part of a history unit on the Industrial Revolution and the Victorian Era.
The Tudors and Stuarts Quiz
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The Tudors and Stuarts Quiz

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This is a multiple choice quiz which I have given to my class at the end of our project on the Tudors and Stuarts to assess their understanding of the topic. It is not meant to be a very serious test, as you will see from some of the answer choices, but is a fun way to end the topic.
Plurals
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Plurals

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These two worksheets provide an introduction to the rules for turning singular nouns into plurals with some simple exercises to practise. The class can then reinforce their learning with more follow-up activities.
The Ghost of Thomas Kempe
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The Ghost of Thomas Kempe

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I use the book The Ghost of Thomas Kempe by Penelope Lively as a class reader. I have made up these question sheets for each chapter of the book to help my Year 5/6 class to complete their reading logs as many of them find the language of the book quite difficult to understand. I have also attached the review and cover design sheets which I use.
The Romans in Britain map
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The Romans in Britain map

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This is a simple sketch map of Roman Britain, showing the main roads, towns and forts. The children need to identify the numbered towns by their Roman names and their names in the present. I have used this with Key Stage 2 children as part of a history unit of study on The Romans. The second sheet provides the answers.
Earthquakes and Volcanoes Test
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Earthquakes and Volcanoes Test

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This is a test which I have given at the end of a unit of study on earthquakes and volcanoes with Year 5 or 6 classes. The test requires children to know about tectonic plates, the layers which make up the Earth and the different parts of a volcano.
Making chocolate rocks
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Making chocolate rocks

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Once the class have made the different types of rocks using chocolate, they complete this sequencing activity. I recommend that children are reminded to only cut out one type of rock at a time so that they don't get all the pieces muddled up.
The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch basket
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The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch basket

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This is a template of a picnic basket which can be used for children to plan their own lunch following on from reading The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch. They can either draw the items in their basket or write them depending upon age and ability levels.
A Healthy Diet
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A Healthy Diet

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These sheets form part of a project on food and good health. The first sheet provides information about food and what different foods do for your body. The children then have to place different types of food onto the wheel of food and good health. I would recommend photocopying the wheel onto A3 paper so that the pictures of food can be cut out and stuck on in the right place. Alternatively, children can draw pictures of food onto the wheel.
Elmer template
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Elmer template

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I usually photocopy this Elmer Template onto A3 paper and allow the children to decorate their Elmer as imaginatively as possible, using bright colours and patterns. When the children have completed their Elmers, I cut them out and they make a lovely classroom display.
Colour Waves
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Colour Waves

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This is a quite simple art idea as long as everyone follows the instructions. The end results look really good as a display in the classroom and I find that the children usually really enjoy it and want to make more.
Santa's Sleigh
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Santa's Sleigh

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This idea comes from a book called 'The Art of Papercrafts' which I have had for many years. The sleighs can be a little fiddly to stick together, but they look great once they are finished. I fill them with tissue paper and some Christmas sweets for the children to take home at the end of term.
Clay pot design template
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Clay pot design template

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When making clay thumb pots, the children can design their pot on this sheet. They can create a pattern for the outside of the pot and an image to go inside. The pot templates can be adapted so that the children design Greek or Roman pots, or create special decorative pots for Mothers or Fathers day.
Snowman Enlargement
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Snowman Enlargement

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Using the grid, children can create an enlargement of the small picture of a snowman. They should be encouraged to work on each square, not to look at the whole picture. I usually do this in the run up to Christmas.