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KS2 - The Journey by Francesca Sanna - 5 Week Writing Unit
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KS2 - The Journey by Francesca Sanna - 5 Week Writing Unit

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Introducing our meticulously crafted teaching unit that draws inspiration from the powerful narrative of Francesca Sanna’s “The Journey”. This 5-week writing unit is designed to captivate students while fostering a deep understanding of the refugee experience. Key Features: Developed in line with Power of Reading Plans Comprises plans, slides, resources, and differentiated activities Fully adaptable to align with your unique teaching approach “The Journey” is Francesca Sanna’s debut picture book that beautifully encapsulates the experiences of refugees from diverse backgrounds. The narrative is straightforward and easy to comprehend, while the stunning illustrations depict the varied landscapes and emotional trajectories of a family seeking refuge. While ending on a note of hope, the book underscores the persistent uncertainty that many refugees face. Primary Goals of this Teaching Sequence: Enrich students’ comprehension and appreciation of the struggles encountered by refugees. Cultivate empathy. Delve into the concept of universal human rights and freedoms. Spanning roughly 26 sessions, this teaching sequence offers a wealth of opportunities for educators to impart advanced reading and writing skills through a poignant and challenging text. The striking illustrations invite reader engagement and reflection on intricate themes, facilitating a thorough exploration of sensitive content and inspiring genuine, creative responses. Please ensure all students are emotionally equipped to engage with this text due to its sensitive nature. Teachers should take into account their students’ prior experiences and use this insight to gauge the depth of exploration into the themes presented.
Year 1 Class Assembly Script
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Introducing our comprehensive “Year 1 Class Assembly Script” resource, meticulously designed to provide a vivid snapshot of everything taught in Year 1. This assembly script is an entertaining and educational way for students to showcase their learning journey in front of the entire school. The resource includes a detailed script that focuses on key subjects such as Maths, English, and Science. It highlights essential topics like counting, addition and subtraction facts, simple multiplication and division, shapes, phonics, storytelling, letter formation, sentence sequencing, punctuation, and understanding plants, animals, materials, and seasonal changes. But this isn’t just a script! Our resource also comes with a well-structured character list, a list of recommended props to bring the performance to life, and practical suggestions for adaptions for other year groups and school types. This ensures inclusivity and adaptability, making it a valuable tool for any school assembly. One of the standout features of our resource is its flexibility. If you need to make edits to the PDF, simply upload it to Google Docs, and voila - it becomes editable to suit your specific needs! We encourage you to explore other resources we have available on the TES website. For more helpful resources, do visit our website at The Teaching Couple. We’re committed to providing quality educational materials that engage students and make learning fun and memorable. Our “Year 1 Class Assembly Script” is more than just a script- it’s a celebration of a year’s worth of exploration, discovery, and growth. Grab your copy today and let the learning shine on stage!
The Victorians Class Assembly Script
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Introducing our carefully curated Victorian-era Class Assembly Script - a vibrant, engaging resource designed to help teachers effortlessly prepare for their class assembly. This script takes you on a captivating journey through the Victorian era, offering a rich tapestry of characters from Queen Victoria herself to factory workers, school children, and even a humble chimney sweep. Each role is thoughtfully crafted to provide students with an immersive experience, fostering both learning and empathy. The script is not just informative but also highly entertaining, ensuring that your assembly will be the talk of the school. It’s easy to follow, making preparation a breeze even for the busiest of teachers. With our script in hand, you’ll be able to guide your students in creating a memorable performance that will educate and inspire the entire school. But that’s not all! Once you’ve experienced the value of our Victorian-era Class Assembly Script, we encourage you to explore our vast range of other resources available on the TES website. Whether you’re teaching history, science, English, or math, we have a plethora of resources tailored to meet your needs. Please leave us a review if you find the review useful! If you leave a review, send me a picture of the review at dan@theteachingcouple.com and I will send you some free planning resources!
KS2 - Cosmic by Frank Cottrell-Boyce - 4 Week Writing Unit
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Key Details: Focus Text: Cosmic by Frank Cottrell-Boyce Contains plans, slides, resources 4 Week Writing Unit Cosmic by Frank Cottrell Boyce This humorous adventure is seen through the eyes of twelve year old Liam Digby a ‘gifted and talented’ child whose physical appearance ages him beyond his years. Follow Liam and his friend, Florida Kirby on this humorous, action packed adventure exploring the ups and downs of being a parent and the consequences of a ‘little white lie’. Overall learning aims of this teaching sequence. • To enjoy exciting stories with memorable characters • To consider how particular situations make individuals behave as they do • To explore dilemmas, empathising with characters • To build an imaginative picture of a fantasy world, based on real life experiences This teaching sequence is approximately 3 weeks long if spread out over 15 sessions. The book supports teachers to teach about emotional response to strong themes in narrative fiction. The narrative structure is carefully crafted to be thought-provoking and the characters and settings are well drawn, offering young readers a good model for their own persuasive writing, debate and to structure written arguments.
KS2 RE - Sikhism - 5 Lesson Unit
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Year 3/4 RE - Sikhism - 5 Lesson Unit Lesson 1: LEARNING OBJECTIVES Children should learn: Sikhs believe Guru Nanak was ‘special’ from the moment of his birth even as a child, Guru Nanak began to help others to understand God better. Lesson 2: LEARNING OBJECTIVES Children should learn: Guru Nanak believed he was sent by God to show people how God wants them to live events in Guru Nanak’s life teach Sikhs to treat others with respect and equality to reflect on people who are positive role models. Lesson 3: LEARNING OBJECTIVES Children should learn: to explore race equality in the school setting Guru Nanak taught that all humans are created by One God and so in God’s sight all people are equal Guru Nanak taught that people should show their beliefs in their actions. Lesson 4: LEARNING OBJECTIVES Children should learn: Sikhs show their love for God in the way they live their lives Seva involves Sikhs in serving God through serving others The langar is an example of Sikhs putting service and equality into action. Lesson 5: Children should learn: In this session the group should revisit This 6 lesson unit is based off of the KS2 Sikhism programme of study: • make connections between narratives about key events from the lives of the Gurus (eg Guru Nanak, Guru Har Gobind, Guru Gobind Singh) and their teachings about God and how to be a good Sikh, contained in the Guru Granth Sahib • make connections between the teachings of the Gurus that Sikhs should share what they have with others (vand chhakna) and some ways in which this is practised eg in the Gurdwara • make connections between Sikhism and other religions in relation to, for example, teachings about loving God and a responsibility to serve others (eg sewa, langar) which motivate individuals, communities and Sikh aid agencies (eg Khalsa Aid) • make connections between the existence of well-established Sikh communities in Britain and the building of traditionally-designed Gurdwaras in London and other cities • make connections between the story of Guru Gobind Singh at Baisakhi and the commitments Sikhs make today eg the Khalsa, the 5 Ks, taking amrit, the implications of being named Singh and Kaur • make connections between key Sikh stories (eg Bhai Khanaya, Bhai Lalo) and beliefs relating to honesty, and to equality Teaching and learning should involve pupils in developing the skill of: • using specialist vocabulary in communicating their knowledge and understanding of Sikh beliefs and teachings, practices and symbols Teaching and learning should involve pupils in using and interpreting: • a range of sources including the Sikh scriptures, stories from the Sikh tradition, the Gurdwara, artefacts, songs, pictures and symbols, festival food; the media and ICT/ the internet, to gain knowledge and understanding of Sikh beliefs, teachings and practices
Year 3 Class Assembly Script
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Year 3 Class Assembly Script Resource Immerse your school community in the wonders of Year 3 with our comprehensive Class Assembly Script Resource. This meticulously crafted resource provides an engaging and informative script that showcases the exciting curriculum milestones covered in Year 3. The script focuses on key learning areas, including: English: The script highlights the year’s increased focus on spelling, understanding spelling rules, prefixes, and suffixes. It also emphasizes the development of creative writing skills, exploring different settings, language styles, and character development within students’ writing. Maths: The script brings to life the progression in mathematical knowledge, from column addition and subtraction of three-digit numbers to multiplication, division, and times tables. It also delves into fractions, angles, parallel and perpendicular lines, area, perimeter, and shapes. Science: Make science fun and engaging as the script explores life processes, rocks, light, forces and magnets, and animals (including humans). Our resource comes complete with a detailed character list and a recommended props list to bring the assembly to life. With additional features like a list of adaptations for other year groups and school types, this resource offers flexibility and inclusivity. Moreover, we understand that each class is unique. To cater to this, our PDF is editable. Simply upload it to Google Docs, and you can make all the adjustments you need to suit your specific class assembly. Visit the TES website to explore more of our educational resources. For further assistance, don’t hesitate to visit The Teaching Couple where you’ll find a trove of helpful resources designed with your teaching needs in mind. Remember, maintaining a consistent tone is key to effective content marketing. Our Year 3 Class Assembly Script Resource does just that, offering an informative, instructional, professional, yet approachable voice that engages and educates the audience. Make your Year 3 class assembly a memorable learning experience with our resource!
Stone Age and Iron Age Class Assembly Script
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Stone Age and Iron Age Class Assembly Script

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Step back in time with our engaging Class Assembly Script about the Stone Age and the Iron Age. This resource has been thoughtfully designed to help teachers transport their students, and the rest of the school, on an educational journey from the dawn of prehistory to the innovations of the Iron Age. This script is not only informative but also entertaining, filled with interactive dialogue and vivid descriptions that will captivate the audience. It allows children to step into the shoes of Stone Age and Iron Age kids, giving them a unique perspective on how life was lived during these eras. Through this immersive experience, students will learn about the evolution of human society, from the invention of tools to the development of farming, craftsmanship, and social structures. The script incorporates various roles, allowing every student to participate actively and contribute to the performance. The assembly script includes: A detailed character list for easy role assignment A comprehensive list of props required Clear and simple stage directions Engaging dialogue that encourages learning This resource is a fantastic way to bring history alive, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of our ancestors’ lives and achievements. Don’t forget to check out our other resources on the TES website, where you’ll find a wealth of materials to support your teaching needs across various subjects. Please leave us a review if you find the review useful! If you leave a review, send me a picture of the review at dan@theteachingcouple.com and I will send you some free planning resources!
Anglo-Saxon Class Assembly Script
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Presenting our engaging and informative PDF, the perfect class assembly script for teachers looking to bring the fascinating world of the Anglo-Saxons to life in front of the entire school! This carefully crafted script takes students on a captivating journey through the key events, people, and culture of the Anglo-Saxon period. With its easy-to-follow format, teachers can effortlessly prepare their class to deliver an unforgettable performance that will both educate and entertain. Our Anglo-Saxons class assembly script includes: A comprehensive script with clear speaking parts for every student Engaging, age-appropriate content tailored for primary school students Fun, interactive elements to keep the audience engaged and entertained Brief historical context and background information to help teachers guide their students through the material Not only will your students learn about the rich history of the Anglo-Saxons, but they’ll also develop essential skills such as public speaking, teamwork, and self-confidence. But wait, there’s more! Be sure to check out our extensive range of resources available on the TES website, covering a variety of topics and subjects, perfect for enhancing your teaching experience. Please leave us a review if you find the review useful! If you leave a review, send me a picture of the review at dan@theteachingcouple.com and I will send you some free planning resources! Don’t miss this opportunity to create a memorable and educational class assembly that will leave a lasting impression on your students and audience alike. Download our Anglo-Saxons Class Assembly Script PDF today and watch history come alive!
Year 4/5 - The Space Monkey - A Creative Writing Journey
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Year 4/5 - The Space Monkey - A Creative Writing Journey

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Immerse your students in imaginative storytelling with this 1-week narrative writing unit inspired by the short film “Space Monkey” from The Literacy Shed. Through vivid character development, figurative language, and purposeful story structure, young writers will blast off into outer space to craft their own stellar sci-fi tales. Overview Day 1: Describe the main character using expanded noun phrases and rich details. Day 2: Use figurative language like similes and metaphors to portray the character. Day 3: Plan the story structure - opening, build-up, problem, resolution, ending. Day 4: Write a draft, focusing on past tense, description, and literary techniques. Day 5: Revise and polish the story. Share with peers for feedback. Toolkit for Budding Authors Your students will learn to: Select precise nouns, classifiers, and describers in expanded noun phrases Enliven their writing with powerful verbs, adverbs, similes, metaphors Write in the past tense with consistency Use literary techniques like personification and fronted adverbials Convey not just actions but feelings, observations, and inner dialogue Organize ideas into a compelling narrative arc Let their imaginations blast off! This unit will develop key writing skills while unleashing your students’ creativity. Their space monkey stories are sure to be out of this world.
Year 3/4 Geography - Greece V UK
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Year 3/4 Geography - Greece V UK

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This unit pack contains plans, IWB, resources, differentiation ideas and key questions. This unit could be edited easily to have just a focus on the UK or just a focus on Greece. In this 10 lesson Geography unit the class will learn about: 1 Name and locate cities of the United Kingdom and their identifying human and physical characteristics L.O: I am learning to name and locate cities in the UK 2 Locate the world’s countries, using maps to focus on Europe concentrating on their key physical and human characteristics, countries, and major cities L.O: I am learning to identify the human and physical features of the UK. 3 Use the 8 points of a compass, 4 figure grid references, symbols and key to build their knowledge of the United Kingdom and the wider world L.O: I am learning about the 8 points of a compass and 4 figure grid references 4 Explain weather patterns around the UK and a studied area. L.O: I am learning about weather patterns around the UK 5 Locate the world’s countries, using maps to focus on Europe concentrating on their key physical and human characteristics, countries, and major cities L.O: I am learning to identify countries and their capital cities in Europe. 6 Locate the world’s countries, using maps to focus on Europe concentrating on their key physical and human characteristics, countries, and major cities L.O: I am learning to locate Greece and identify the physical and human features of modern day Greece 7 Identify the position and significance of the Equator, Arctic and Antarctic Circle L.O: I am learning about the significance of the Equator, Artic and Antartic circle 8 Recognise that there are similarities and differences between regions L.O: I am learning to understand the similarities and differences between London and Athens. 9 Identify key aspects of human geography and how the land is used 9.L.O: I am learning to explain why Greece is a popular tourist destination 10 Identify key aspects of human geography and how the land is used 10.L.O: I am learning about how Greece is fighting climate change (Eco Focus)
Year 4 Science - Electricity Unit
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Year 4 Science - Electricity Unit

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In this unit children will be re-introduced to the topic of electricity. This 7 lesson unit pack includes interactive whiteboard slides, detailed lesson plans, and daily differentiated activities to support your class. Pupils will be taught to: • identify common appliances that run on electricity • construct a simple series electrical circuit, identifying and naming its basic parts, including cells, wires, bulbs, switches and buzzers • identify whether or not a lamp will light in a simple series circuit, based on whether or not the lamp is part of a complete loop with a battery • recognise that a switch opens and closes a circuit and associate this with whether or not a lamp lights in a simple series circuit • recognise some common conductors and insulators, and associate metals with being good conductors. Working scientifically skills to be worked on: • asking relevant questions and using different types of scientific enquiries to answer them • setting up simple practical enquiries, comparative and fair tests • making systematic and careful observations and, where appropriate, taking accurate measurements using standard units, using a range of equipment, including thermometers and data loggers • gathering, recording, classifying and presenting data in a variety of ways to help in answering questions • recording findings using simple scientific language, drawings, labelled diagrams, keys, bar charts, and tables • reporting on findings from enquiries, including oral and written explanations, displays or presentations of results and conclusions • using results to draw simple conclusions, make predictions for new values, suggest improvements and raise further questions • identifying differences, similarities or changes related to simple scientific ideas and processes • using straightforward scientific evidence to answer questions or to support their findings.
Traditional and alternative stories - 2 Week Unit - Cinderella & Prince Cinders
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Traditional and alternative stories - 2 Week Unit - Cinderella & Prince Cinders

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Key Details: 2 Week Writing Unit Focused on Traditional and alternative stories Prince Cinders & Cinderella Includes: Powerpoints/Resources/Plans /Models **Main Learning Outcomes: **(This should be progressive but each stage can be revisited in the teaching cycle.) Familiarisation with text: I am learning to read and compare alternative versions of traditional stories. Discuss opposing characters from the narrative. Capturing ideas: I am learning to discuss how characters behave if their roles in a narrative are exchanged. Analysing Text, language features and organisation: I am learning to discuss how words, sounds and images can convey different information to a reader. Demonstration/Shared/Supported/Joint Construction Writing: End of topic (Big Writing) I am learning to/ I can: Write an alternative version of a traditional story. Learning Objectives: SPOKEN WORD I am learning to Participate in discussions, presentations, performances, role play, improvisations and debates. Composition I am learning to Plan and discuss what to write about, e.g. story mapping, collecting new vocabulary, key words and ideas. I am learning to Use specific text type features to write for a range of audiences and purposes, e.g. to instruct, inform, entertain, explain, discuss, persuade. Edit and improve their own writing in relation to audience and purpose. Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation Use simple and compound sentences. Use subordination for time e.g. When we had finished our writing, we went out to play. We went out to play when we had finished our writing. Other time connectives: then, next, after, first, finally
Electricity Class Assembly Script
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Electricity Class Assembly Script

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Travel back in time with your students and embark on an electrifying journey with our comprehensive class assembly script! This resource is all about the fascinating evolution of electricity, featuring key figures like Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla. Our assembly script is designed to educate and entertain, making it perfect for a memorable class performance in front of the whole school. It’s not just a script - it’s a complete package that will make planning your assembly both easy and fun. What’s Included? Detailed Script: Our script is meticulously crafted, covering the significant milestones in the history of electricity. From the ancient Greeks’ discovery of static electricity to the modern advancements in renewable energy sources, the script engages students in an interactive learning experience. Character List: We provide a character list that outlines 30 roles, each representing different eras or key figures in the history of electricity. This makes assigning parts to your students straightforward and ensures everyone has a role to play. Recommended Props List: To bring the script to life, we include a list of recommended props. These visual aids will help illustrate the concepts and events in the script, making the performance more engaging and memorable. Adaptions For Other Year Groups and School Types: We understand that every class is unique, so we’ve included suggestions for adapting the script to suit different year groups and school types. By using this resource, you’ll not only be preparing an informative and entertaining assembly, but you’ll also be facilitating a deeper understanding of a key scientific concept. This resource is available for download on the TES website. While you’re there, don’t forget to check out our other resources designed to make teaching a more enriching and less stressful experience. Please leave us a review if you find the review useful! If you leave a review, send me a picture of the review at dan@theteachingcouple.com and I will send you some free planning resources!
KS2 - The Matchbox Diary by Paul Fleischman - 4 Week Writing Unit
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KS2 - The Matchbox Diary by Paul Fleischman - 4 Week Writing Unit

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Key Details: Focus Text: The Matchbox Diary by Paul Fleischman 4 Week Writing Unit Contains Plans, slides, resources. Introducing our meticulously designed 4-week teaching unit, centered around the captivating text “The Matchbox Diary” by Paul Fleischman. This comprehensive writing unit provides an all-inclusive package containing plans, slides, and resources to ensure a seamless teaching experience. “The Matchbox Diary,” illustrated by Bagram Ibatoulline, tells the heartwarming story of a man sharing his early life experiences with his great-granddaughter. Unable to read or write in his youth, he ingeniously preserved memories in matchboxes, each containing an object that symbolized a significant event in his past. The narrative unfolds as the family’s journey from Italy to America in the early 20th century is revealed through the examination of each object, accompanied by images resembling framed sepia photographs. The once illiterate boy ultimately becomes someone who makes the printed word accessible to others. Our teaching unit aims to: Engage children with a relatable and empathetic story. Explore themes and issues, fostering connections with students’ own lives through discussion and idea development. Encourage creative responses to the text through drama, music, dance, storytelling, and artwork. Compose poetry. Write in role to explore and develop empathy for characters. Boost students’ confidence in writing for real purposes and audiences. Spanning approximately 20 sessions, this 4-week teaching sequence supports educators in addressing topics such as separation, belonging, adjusting to new circumstances, and life journeys. Elevate your teaching experience and inspire your students with our exceptional teaching unit focused on “The Matchbox Diary” by Paul Fleischman. Don’t miss out on our extensive collection of teaching resources and units of work! We’re dedicated to providing valuable content that will enrich your teaching experience and inspire both you and your students. Join our growing community of educators today and discover the endless possibilities with The Teaching Couple.
Year 5 Class Assembly Script
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Year 5 Class Assembly Script

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This script is designed to be performed in front of the entire school, making it a memorable event that highlights the educational milestones achieved throughout the year. The resource includes a detailed script that covers all the key subjects taught in Year 5: Maths, English, and Science. It also provides a character list, a list of recommended props, and adaptions for other year groups and school types, ensuring inclusivity and adaptability to suit various educational environments. In Maths, the script discusses how students have mastered addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with larger numbers. It highlights their understanding of fractions, decimals, percentages, area and perimeter calculations, angle measurements, and data interpretation through line graphs and tables. The English section showcases the range of genres studied and the development of inference skills regarding characters’ motives and feelings. It emphasizes the growth in vocabulary, the use of adverbs, presentational devices, and correct punctuation usage, including brackets, dashes, and commas. For Science, the script explores various themes like living things and their habitats, human development from birth to old age, properties and changes of materials, earth and space, and forces such as gravity, air resistance, water resistance, and friction. Our resource is more than just a script; it’s a celebration of the hard work, progress, and achievements of your Year 5 students. To make edits to the PDF, simply upload it to Google Docs where it’s fully editable. Discover more of our resources on the TES website, and don’t forget to visit The Teaching Couple for additional helpful resources. Enhance your teaching experience with our meticulously crafted resources, designed with an informative, instructional, professional, and approachable tone. Engage, educate, and celebrate your students’ learning journey with our Year 5 Class Assembly Script.
Suffragettes Class Assembly Script
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Suffragettes Class Assembly Script

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Introducing our comprehensive Resource - a class assembly script about the Suffragettes, designed to help teachers easily prepare for their class assembly. This engaging and educational script is perfect for a performance in front of the whole school, providing students with an opportunity to learn about and showcase an important period in history. This resource comes complete with a detailed script that brings the Suffragettes’ struggle for women’s suffrage to life. The script vividly portrays the courage and determination of these pioneering women, making it both educational and inspiring. To ensure a smooth production, we’ve included a character list detailing each role’s significance and personality traits. We’ve also provided a list of recommended props to enhance the realism and impact of your performance. One of the standout features of this resource is the list of Adaptions For Other Year Groups and School Types. This allows you to tailor the script to suit your specific needs, ensuring it’s appropriate and engaging for your audience, regardless of age or school type. But that’s not all! If you need to make edits to the PDF, simply upload it to Google Docs. It’s fully editable, allowing you to customize the script as per your requirements. We invite you to check out our other resources on the TES website. For additional helpful resources, including lesson plans, classroom activities, and more, visit our website at The Teaching Couple. With our resources, you’ll have everything you need to create an engaging, informative, and memorable class assembly. Make learning fun and history come alive with our Suffragettes Class Assembly Script Resource!
Year 3/4 - Cinquain Poem - One Week Unit
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Year 3/4 - Cinquain Poem - One Week Unit

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Dive into the Art of Poetry with Our ‘Cinquain Poem’ Unit for Year 3/4 Unlock the beauty and brevity of poetry with our one-week ‘Cinquain Poem’ unit, tailored for Year 3/4 students. This educational journey introduces the unique structure and linguistic elements of a Cinquain poem, providing pupils with the chance to create their very own poetic masterpieces. Throughout the week, your class will not only learn the intricacies of crafting a Cinquain poem but also explore other poetic techniques to enhance their creative expression. Engaging games and activities are integrated to spark their imaginations and encourage the use of vivid language. Leverage the engaging content from Simon Mole’s YouTube channel as specified in the lesson plan, including the interactive ‘Yes and…’ game, to further inspire your students’ poetic endeavors. Weekly Timetable: Day 1: Students will learn to identify the key features of a Cinquain poem, setting the foundation for their understanding of this poetic form. Day 2: The focus will be on incorporating alliteration to add a lyrical twist to their Cinquain poems, enriching the sound and rhythm of their words. Day 3: Students will gather a palette of language ideas, collecting words and phrases that evoke emotion and imagery for their Cinquain poem. Day 4: The culmination of the unit sees students applying their newfound knowledge and creativity to write their very own Cinquain poem. This ‘Cinquain Poem’ unit is a fantastic way to immerse Year 3/4 students in the world of poetry, fostering a love for language and encouraging them to express their thoughts and feelings through this concise and impactful poetic form. Get ready to witness the blossoming of young poets in your classroom!
Year 4 - PSHE - Needs and Wants
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Year 4 - PSHE - Needs and Wants

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Year 4 - PSHE - Needs and Wants. In this lesson the class will learn about the difference between needs and wants. I recommend using a circle time to discuss how there are things in life that we cannot do without (air, food, shelter etc) and there are those things in life we want (Xbox, Macdonalds etc). This worksheet then provides a table for children to write down a list of needs and wants, and then reflect on the difference between the two. This is a perfect opportunity to assess whether they have truly understood.
Year 4 PSHE - Rights and responsibilities
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Year 4 PSHE - Rights and responsibilities

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LO: I can identify the differences between rights and responsibilities. This activity has the class using a Venn diagram to show the responsibilities they had when in year 1 vs year 4. Then they mind map the different rights they have as both a student and a young person. Lastly they reflect on the difference between rights and responsibilities.