A resource utilising VIPERS reading skills in Maths to deepen children’s reasoning and problem solving skills through questioning. The questions can be used independently by KS2 children or used in feedback marking for KS1 children. Great for Greater Depth.
**Six free lessons to download: shorturl.at/BNWY9
Global Routes Project provides opportunities for children to discuss local cultures in relation to each other and to take children’s perceptions of the workings of current everyday life, at a local level, as a way of relating to global and historical contexts. We have designed active methodologies through which the use of photography enables children to enter reflexive dialogues on local cultures as active members, within which global and historical contexts are present.
There are six photography lessons that can be taught in class which include video lessons with Bristol-based photographer Khali Ackford, lesson plans and slides. Each lesson a group of children go out of class to complete fieldwork: a documentary of their local area. Any projects sent to Global Routes will be published on the website and features in our yearly exhibition.
A calender of spelling lists mapped out across the school year from Year 1 to Year 6. Each week contains a list of words from the National Curriculum with the spelling rule. It also includes common misconception words. The calender includes dates, so children can take the calender home at the start of the year and follow week by week. Teachers can keep the calender up in the classrooms so no weekly printing is necessary.
A poster with guidance for pupils as to how to make requests, explain themselves, respond and greet using standard English. Improve the oracy of children around school so they have the cultural capital to succceed in life!
A set of oracy resources to promote debating skills and performance skills. The resource provides guidance for teachers and students. It includes sentences stems, suggested seating arrangements and uses a system called ABCDebate (Argue, Build, Challenge, Delve) and LMNOPerform (Look, Move, No Nerves, Open Up, Perform) It also includes peer review sheets to use in lessons.
resources to be used to support guided reading in KS1 and KS2 using the VIPERs model. The questions and stems come from SATs tests and VIPERs guidance. They can be added to presentation slides or printed for children to use independently as reading cards. The resources includes guiding questions, sentence stems, titles for classrooms and can be printed and used across the school. Vocabulary Infer Predict Explain Retrieve Summarise. The KS2 version is broken down in to sub skills such as Explain : effect and Explain: link. These cards will enable children to use the language of reading confidently and can used in a cross curricular way.
This Summer Global Routes Project will be putting on an exhibition to share photography work, created by children in schools. At the opening we will host a talk on anti- racist curriculum design with photographer Khali Ackford who helped design the lessons, Mpula Lawton form A.R.I.S.E (anti racism in education) and Asia Giuliani, founder of Global Routes Project. There is also a workshop for children on photo collage. The exhibition is free to attend.
Address: Bow Arts Nunnery Gallery, 181 Bow Rd, Bow, London E3 2SJ
To sign up for opening night and talk on anti- racist curriculum design on 18th August 2022 a please sign up here: https://bit.ly/3NhFKpe
To sign up for the workshop on 19th August 2022, please sign up here (ages 7-11 with an adult): http://bitly.ws/sGMD