Report Comments & Targets

Report Comments & Targets

A bank of comments and targets that I've used at the EBSD school I work at. Many of the comments are behaviour-based due to the nature of the school. May be usable by mainstream staff at this busy time of the year, with some changes. Hopefully it will help speed up the process of report writing for you. :)
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Student Self Assessment Maths Level 3-6

Student Self Assessment Maths Level 3-6

Mathematics NC levels 3-6 broken down so that students can see what they need to do in order to achieve a certain level. These sheets can either be displayed in the classroom, or photocopied A5 size and glued into students’ books for easy access for both teacher and student.
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London 2012 Olympics Day-by-Day Schedule

London 2012 Olympics Day-by-Day Schedule

A simple set of A5 display sheets with the dates of the Olympics and which sports are being held on those days. Sports that are written in gold have medal opportunities. Made it to add to our Olympics display mural that we are developing at our school in the lead up to the Games. It may be a long way off, but no harm in starting to build the excitement!
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Introduction to Algebra

Introduction to Algebra

Getting students to understand that letters in equations are simply unknown numbers is the first step to successfully teaching algebra, without them stressing too much.
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Our Destructive World Keywords

Our Destructive World Keywords

A simple matching activity with important keywords from the OCR ELC Geography specification. Together with an answer sheet for easy reference, this activity could prove helpful as a starter or homework activity.
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Learning Styles Activity

Learning Styles Activity

Ever wondered how much your students are actually learning? Ever thought some students just weren't 'getting it'? Ever felt like your students haven&'t been listening to you? Do this simple activity with them (individually or as a whole class) and see if you find any answers. Basic questions to see if students prefer to learn visually, by listening, or by getting 'hands-on'.
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Circuit Training Cards & Record Sheet

Circuit Training Cards & Record Sheet

Powerpoint slides can be printed on A4 and used in a circuit as well as the 7 slides (others can easily be added) being used to show as powerpoint display of what exercises can be included in a training circuit. The record sheet can be individualised and used by students to keep track of their progress over six sessions. It includes a space to record heart rate before, during and after the session. This resource could be a helpful addition to GCSE PE coursework in students' preparation of a training programme and the monitoring of their progress in their programme. Enjoy.
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2016 Rio Olympics Venue Information

2016 Rio Olympics Venue Information

Information pages on the venues for this year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, complete with photos and maps to show where they are in the world. The information, whilst brief, can be used for comprehension activities, edited for cloze tasks or simply used as part of your display material in the build up to the Olympics. More resources to follow, including Maths activities, whole school display material and many more to enrich your students' Olympic experience.
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Rio 2016 Olympics Numbers

Rio 2016 Olympics Numbers

A one-page document with some interesting figures from this year's Olympic Games. Could be a useful display resource or simply edited for classroom Maths activities. All facts taken from the official 2016 Rio Games website. * Maths resources based on this sheet will soon be available, along side other useful Olympic Games worksheets.
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KS3 Cricket Maths Worksheet

KS3 Cricket Maths Worksheet

A KS3 worksheet using Cricket as the focus (cross-curricular opportunity). Worksheet has information about the game so no prior knowledge is necessary. When I used this worksheet I began with a starter activity using enough dice for paired challenges. Each student would roll their die at the same time as their challenger. The person to add the two numbers together and give an answer got the point, or 'run'. They played first to 10 runs although you could use different cricket concepts to sort out timing of the starter. For example, 6 rolls only, or 2 innings of 6 rolls each etc... Enjoy!
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End of Year Physical Education Assessments

End of Year Physical Education Assessments

Both theory exams and practical assessment proforma are included in this pack. The two exam papers are almost identical, however the differences show how easy it is to adjust them for your specific needs. The blank Practical Assessment proforma can be used to assess students' practical skills in two sports as well as an aspect of fitness, as a fun way of ending the year. I hope they are of some use. Enjoy!
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End of Year History Exams pack

End of Year History Exams pack

Each paper with a variety of question types (multiple choice, short-answer, cloze questions and more) covering periods of history from the Medieval Ages through to Britain between 1939 and 1974. These exam papers have been made up specifically for my EBSMHD school but could be easily modified for use elsewhere. Whilst there are no mark schemes for the Year 9 and 10 tests yet, it is something I will be looking into shortly. Hope they are of some assistance. Enjoy!
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Keywords 4 Display

Keywords 4 Display

Words associated with Number, Geometry & Handling Data to use as displays or as part of the lesson. Simply cut them out, back them, laminate them and use them over and over and over or with a display.
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Fun End of Year Geography Assessments

Fun End of Year Geography Assessments

These test papers have a wide range of tasks and topics, and are differentiated to give all KS3 students some degree of success. Created for the EBSD school I work at, they can be easily adapted to suit your classroom.
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9 Level Descriptors for Maths

9 Level Descriptors for Maths

With the changes in ways that school's are to track progress, and the freedom that schools have to choose their own, this set of descriptors could be used to complement or replace existing models. Split into the four attainment target areas, these will help to track individual progress of your students in a clear and concise way. Special target sheets can also be developed to help students understand what it is that they need to do to achieve the next level up. Hope this helps. Enjoy!
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