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Hard-working UKS2 Phase Leader in Year 6 battling the looming SATs! We will get there... Hopefully you'll find these resources useful as they are working a dream for my Year 6s.
RE - What kind of king is Jesus?
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RE - What kind of king is Jesus?

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This 5 week unit of work enables the children to explore the idea about trying to transform the world. It explores what a better world would be like while gathering ideas about some of the problems it has. The following objectives are covered over the 6 weeks: Make sense of belief: • Explain connections between biblical texts and the concept of the kingdom of God • Consider different possible meanings for the biblical texts studied, showing awareness of different interpretations Understand the impact: • Make clear connections between belief in the kingdom of God and how Christians put their beliefs into practice • Show how Christians put their beliefs into practice in different ways Make connections: • Relate the Christian ‘kingdom of God’ model (i.e. loving others, serving the needy) to issues, problems and opportunities in the world today • Articulate their own responses to the idea of the importance of love and service in the world today. All resources are listed here and are referenced in the lesson plans. A great unit that provokes some thoughtful and philosophical discussions. Please note: this unit of work could easily be extended to 6 weeks as there are opportunities for the children to present and share their work with their peers.
DT Unit of Work: Chocolate Bar Creation
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DT Unit of Work: Chocolate Bar Creation

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DT Teaching Resources: Chocolate Bar (SMART Notebook slides and worksheets) This unit of work explores the national curriculum UKS2 objective ‘select from and use a wider range of materials and components, including construction materials, textiles and ingredients, according to their functional properties and aesthetic qualities’ in an easy to follow way. Students are taught a range of design skills from investigating, designing, making and evaluating. It contains a total of 15 SMART Notebook slides spread across the first 3 lessons all presented in child-friendly work booklet. There are no slides for the remaining 3 lessons as this requires the children to make their chocolate bar and evaluate them. These lessons can be found in the children’s workbooks. If you like this unit of work, please remember to leave a comment. Thank you.
D&T - Programming with Crumble
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D&T - Programming with Crumble

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This 6-week unit of work enables your learners to design, develop, test and programme computer-controlled electronic systems for a superhero vehicle alarm. While these lessons in this complete series are designed for you to use with your school’s Crumble and free Crumble programming software (google - ‘Crumble programming’ it is very similar to Scratch), all activities can be adapted to work with whatever physical computing resources you have. The following national curriculum objectives are covered over the 6 weeks: Design use research and develop design criteria to inform the design of innovative, functional, appealing products that are fit for purpose, aimed at particular individuals or groups generate, develop, model and communicate their ideas through discussion, annotated sketches, cross-sectional and exploded diagrams, prototypes, pattern pieces and computer-aided design Make select from and use a wider range of tools and equipment to perform practical tasks [for example, cutting, shaping, joining and finishing], accurately select from and use a wider range of materials and components, including construction materials, according to their functional properties and aesthetic qualities Evaluate investigate and analyse a range of existing products evaluate their ideas and products against their own design criteria and consider the views of others to improve their work Technical knowledge understand and use electrical systems in their products [for example, series circuits incorporating switches, bulbs, buzzers] apply their understanding of computing to program, monitor and control their products. All resources are listed here and are referenced in the lesson plans. A great unit that is easy to understand and teach to your class. This unit has been intentionally planned to mainly cover the last national curriculum objective apply their understanding of computing to program, monitor and control their products as I struggled to find a unit of work that could help teach teachers before they then delivered this to children. Crumble micro-controllers have been used due to their affordability and ease of use with the teaching and learning of this unit of work. They are avalible at: https://redfernelectronics.co.uk/shop/ (You only need the starter kit for this planning)
Literacy Unit of Work:  Balanced Argument - Should the Vikings have invaded England?
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Literacy Unit of Work: Balanced Argument - Should the Vikings have invaded England? (3 complete weeks and Activities) This unit of work uses the text genre balanced arguments to discuss whether or not the Vikings should have invaded England in easy to follow way. Students are taught to learn actions for conjunctions, know the difference of open and closed questions, take part in a hot-seating activity and identify features of a balanced argument. There are also SPaG starter activities mainly aimed at year 6 objectives. The second week focuses on slight tweaks to the first week and the children are guided through writing a balanced argument on should monasteries keep the country's wealth? Finally, the children write a balanced argument independently about does money buy happiness? This unit of work includes all 3 stages of Pie Corbett's teaching sequence of work (imitation, innovation and invention). It contains 3 week overviews with a 72 slide SMART Notebook presentation, SPaG activities and differentiated independent activities. If you use this unit of work, please remember to rate and leave a comment. Thank you.
Literacy Unit of Work: Kensuke's Kingdom
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Literacy Unit of Work: Kensuke's Kingdom

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Literacy Unit of Work: Kensuke’s Kingdom (4 complete weeks and activities) This unit of work uses the novel Kensuke’s Kingdom written by Michael Morpurgo to develop reading and writing skills in an easy to follow way. The text is shared with the students through whole class reading and are encouraged to respond to the text through questioning and activities stopping at relevant parts. Throughout the scheme of work there are also SPaG starter activities mainly aimed at year 6 objectives but this could easily be adapted to suit any year group. The writing genres that are taught within this four week block are: diary entries, character descriptions, newspaper reports finally leading to the students writing and creating their own survival guide (How to survive being marooned on a desert island!). There are also opportunities to actively teach the students how to proof read and edit their own writing cutting down on teacher marking and work load. PLEASE NOTE: The white board slides have been created as flipcharts (ActivInspire - Studio) however, these can easily opened in SMART Notebook or Powerpoint. If you use this unit of work, please remember to rate and leave a comment. Thank you.
Guided Reading: Year 4 - Oliver Twist
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Guided Reading: Year 4 - Oliver Twist

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Guided Reading: Year 4 - Oliver Twist (6 Week SMART Notebook Slides and Activities) This guided reading teaching resource uses three differentiated texts of Charles Dickens classic tale of Oliver Twist in an easy to follow way. Students are guided through reading comprehension that uses questions from different strands of reading comprehension. Group A is the higher ability children leading through to group E. Monday lessons requires group E to follow the Scholastic reading comprehension Year 4 (ISBN-10: 1407100521 / ISBN-13: 978-1407100524) programme of work to help develop individual skills. This is easy to change if you chose not to follow this programme Books you will need are: Higher Ability - Oxford Reading Tree: Level 16B: TreeTops Classics: Oliver Twist (ISBN-10: 0199184887 / ISBN-13: 978-0199184880) Middle Ability - Oliver Twist (Real Reads) (ISBN-10: 1607541521 / ISBN-13: 978-1607541523) Lower Ability - Oliver Twist (Usborne Young Reading) (ISBN-10: 0746077076 / ISBN-13: 978-0746077078) If you use this unit of work, please remember to rate and leave a comment. Thank you.
Computing - Information, Reliability & Bias
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Computing - Information, Reliability & Bias

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This 6 week unit of work enables children to explore the reliability of information on the Internet. The following objectives are covered over the 6 weeks: Use a search engine to find information using given keywords Decide upon suitable keywords to use when conducting a search Use complex search criteria to locate specific information. Compare the types and advantages & disadvantages of different search engines Use Google docs to record ideas about information reliability Reflect critically on information and made improvements to searches by using boolean operators. Compare information from a wide range of sources. Take part in an informed discussion about the impact of unreliable/fraudulent web sites All resources are listed here and are referenced in the lesson plans. A great unit that enables the children to critically think about the information they are gathering from the Internet. PLEASE NOTE - I have uploaded the worksheets as part of a Google assignment within Google Classroom (see attached image) but you will also have the paper worksheets for children to work from if you do not have this facility
DT Unit of Work: Year 6 Fairground Rides
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DT Unit of Work: Year 6 Fairground Rides

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DT Teaching Resources: Year 6 Fairground Rides (SMART Notebook slides and worksheets) This unit of work explores the national curriculum UKS2 objective ‘understand and use electrical systems in their products’ in an easy to follow way. Students are taught a range of design skills from investigating, designing, making and evaluating. It contains a total of 38 SMART Notebook slides spread across 6 lessons all presented in child-friendly work booklet If you like this unit of work, please remember to leave a comment. Thank you.
Guided Reading: Year 4 - Beowulf
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Guided Reading: Year 4 - Beowulf

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Guided Reading: Year 4 - Beowulf (6 Weeks of SMART Notebook Slides and Activities) This guided reading teaching resource uses three differentiated texts of Beowulf to teach in an easy to follow way. Students are guided through reading comprehension that uses questions from different strands of reading comprehension. Group A is the higher ability children leading through to group E. Mondays lessons requires group E to follow the Scholastic reading comprehension Year 4 (ISBN-10: 1407100521 / ISBN-13: 978-1407100524) programme of work to help develop individual skills. This is easy to change if you chose not to follow this programme Books you will need are: Higher Ability - Michael Morpurgo - Beowulf (ISBN-10: 1406348872 / ISBN-13: 978-1406348873) Middle Ability - Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops Myths and Legends: Level 15: Beowulf, Grendel And The Dragon (ISBN-10: 0198446349 / ISBN-13: 9780198446347) Lower Ability - Beowulf (Young Reading (Series 3) (ISBN-10: 0746096860 / ISBN-13: 978-0746096864) If you use this unit of work, please remember to rate and leave a comment. Thank you.
Year 6 Writing Evidence - Scheme of Learning
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Year 6 Writing Evidence - Scheme of Learning

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This writing bundle is designed to support children in demonstrating the skills required by the Interim Assessment Framework for 2017. It currently includes 2 short units of writing (Narrative and a Balanced Argument) is assumed at this point in the year that the children have been taught the skills required, but revision opportunities are offered in the scheme. The units do not need to be taught as a series or in a particular order and can be viewed as single tasks. Equally, lessons can be spread over more than one day to support the children. All example texts have been written to demonstrate the skills and grammar required by the Interim Assessment Framework. This bundle has been designed to help collect further evidence to support year 6 teacher judgments against age related standards. It also includes a heavily structured editing lesson that explicitly teaches the children how to edit and improve their own writing.
Year 6 Writing Evidence - Narrative
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Year 6 Writing Evidence - Narrative

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This short writing unit is based on the extracts from the Roald Dahl book ‘Boy’. The writing unit is designed to support children in demonstrating the skills required by the Interim Assessment Framework for 2017 - 2018. It is assumed at this point in the year that the children have been taught the skills required, but revision opportunities are offered in the scheme. The lessons do not need to be taught as a series and can be viewed as single tasks. Equally, lessons can be spread over more than one day to support the children. This resource also includes a structured editing lesson split into two sections. proof-reading and composition. All example texts have been written to demonstrate the skills and grammar required by the Interim Assessment Framework for 2017-2018.
Literacy Teaching Resource: Achieving Greater Depth Standard in Year 6 Writing
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Literacy Teaching Resource: Achieving Greater Depth Standard in Year 6 Writing

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Literacy Teaching Resource: Achieving Greater Depth Standard in Year 6 Writing (Word Document) This teaching resource explains how to achieve greater depth standard by using shifts in formality through punctuation, vocabulary and sentence structure. This extends this area of writing assessment not only shifts through dialogue. Very child friendly and useful as a reference when the children are writing. If you like this resource, please remember to rate and leave a comment. Thank you.
Guided Reading: Year 4 - Curriculum Visions - Anglo-Saxon Raiders and Settlers
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Guided Reading: Year 4 - Curriculum Visions - Anglo-Saxon Raiders and Settlers

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Guided Reading: Year 4 - Curriculum Visions - Anglo-Saxon Raiders and Settlers (6 Week SMART Notebook Slides and Activities) This guided reading teaching resource uses two differentiated texts of Non-fiction (Curriculum Visions) Anglo-Saxons to teach in an easy to follow way. Students are guided through reading comprehension that uses questions from different strands of reading comprehension. Group A is the higher ability children leading through to group E. Monday lessons requires group E to follow the Scholastic reading comprehension Year 4 (ISBN-10: 1407100521 / ISBN-13: 978-1407100524) programme of work to help develop individual skills. This is easy to change if you chose not to follow this programme Books you will need are: Higher and Middle Ability - Anglo-Saxon Raiders and Settlers (Curriculum Visions) (ISBN 10: 1862144338 / ISBN 13: 9781862144330) Lower Ability - Exploring Anglo-Saxon Times (Curriculum Visions) (Dr Brian Knapp) If you use this unit of work, please remember to rate and leave a comment. Thank you.
Year 6 - Statistics
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Year 6 - Statistics

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Maths Teaching Resources: Year 6 - Statistics Unit of Work. (4 Days of SMART Notebook slides and worksheets) This teaching resource revisits statistics (Pie and Line graphs) in an easy to follow way. Students are taught to interpret data from both pie and line graphs. It contains a 22 slide SMART Notebook slide presentation and a differentiated worksheet. If you like this unit of work, please remember to review the resources. Thank you.
Science Unit of Work:  Year 6 Forces linked to the Ancient Greeks
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Science Unit of Work: Year 6 Forces linked to the Ancient Greeks

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Science Teaching Resources: Year 6 Forces linked to the Ancient Greeks (SMART Notebook slides and worksheets) This unit of work explores working scientifically, gravity, mechanical advantage, gears, pulleys and air resistance in an easy to follow way. Students are taught a range of scientific skills while generating their own experiment. It contains a total of 88 SMART Notebook slides spread across 8 lessons and all activity worksheets. If you like this unit of work, please remember to leave a comment. Thank you.
Guided Reading: Year 6 - The Story of Money
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Guided Reading: Year 6 - The Story of Money

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Guided Reading: Year 6 - The Story of Money (7 Week SMART Notebook Slides and Activities) This guided reading teaching resource uses the simple text The Story of Money written by Martin Jenkins in an easy to follow way. Students are guided through reading comprehension that uses the complete questions from a modified 2017 Reading SAT paper through the different strands of reading comprehension. Group A is the higher ability children leading through to group E. Monday lessons requires group E to follow the Scholastic reading comprehension Year 6 (ISBN-10: 1407100548 / ISBN-13: 978-1407100548) programme of work to help develop individual skills. This is easy to change if you chose not to follow this programme The book you will need is: The Story of Money written by Martin Jenkins (ISBN-10: 1406360872 / ISBN-13: 978-1406360875) If you use this unit of work, please remember to rate and leave a comment. Thank you.
Year 6 - Ratio and Proportion
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Year 6 - Ratio and Proportion

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Maths Teaching Resources: Year 6 Ratio and Proportion Unit of Work. (4 Days of SMART Notebook slides and worksheets) This unit of work revisits ratio and proportion in an easy to follow way. Students are taught to recognize and find ratios. They then continue to find percentages of amounts linked to ratio and proportion. It contains a 35 slide SMART Notebook slide presentation and differentiated worksheets. If you like this unit of work, please remember to leave a comment. Thank you.
Literacy Teaching Unit of Work: Elephant on the Moon
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Literacy Teaching Unit of Work: Elephant on the Moon

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Literacy Teaching Unit of Work: Elephant on the Moon (Complete 3 week overview and workbooks) This teaching resource uses 'The Elephant on the Moon' story to teach creative writing linked to an Earth, Sun and Moon Topic in easy to follow way. Students are taught to learn the story using Pie Corbitt's imitation, innovation and invention sequence of work, . It contains a 3 week overview with all activities presented in a children's workbooks. If you like this unit of work, please remember to rate and leave a comment. Thank you.
Year 6 - Statistics Preview Lesson
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Year 6 - Statistics Preview Lesson

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Maths Teaching Resources: PREVIEW - Year 6 Year 6 - Statistics Preview Lesson. (SMART Notebook slides and worksheets) This teaching resource revisits statistics (Pie and Line graphs) in an easy to follow way. Students are taught to interpret data from both pie and line graphs. It contains a 7 slide SMART Notebook slide presentation and a differentiated worksheet. If you like this resource, check out the complete unit of work which continues the teaching sequence.
Guided Reading: PREVIEW - Year 6 - The Story of Money
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Guided Reading: PREVIEW - Year 6 - The Story of Money

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Guided Reading: PREVIEW - Year 6 - The Story of Money (5 day SMART Notebook Slides and Activities) This guided reading teaching resource uses the simple text The Story of Money written by Martin Jenkins in an easy to follow way. Students are guided through reading comprehension that uses questions from a modified 2017 Reading SAT paper through the different strands of reading comprehension. Group A is the higher ability children leading through to group E. Monday's lesson requires group E to follow the Scholastic reading comprehension Year 6 (ISBN-10: 1407100548 / ISBN-13: 978-1407100548) programme of work to help develop individual skills. This is easy to change if you chose not to follow this programme The book you will need is: The Story of Money written by Martin Jenkins (ISBN-10: 1406360872 / ISBN-13: 978-1406360875) If you like this resource, check out the complete unit of work (7 Weeks) which continues the complete teaching sequence of all questions types from the 2017 Reading SATS test.