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Providing a range of resources for Primary School Educators.
PSHE direct vs indirect bullying
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PSHE direct vs indirect bullying

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Presentation that explains each type of bullying and the difference between them. There are scenarios for the children to discuss. The main activity has examples of bullying for the children to sort into direct or indirect (sticker format) Please note I do not own any of the images used in these resources.
PSHE Exploring dreams and goals including those in other cultures
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PSHE Exploring dreams and goals including those in other cultures

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A lovely lesson that requires children to consider what they want in the futue and where they see themselves at certain ages. You can also look at dreams of childen in other cultures. For the slide that asks children to look at the pictures on their table, I would simply google ‘children in other cultures’ and choose some suitable images. I believe I used a child in a school that looked very dofferent to our own schools, a child carrying lots of bottles and buckets of water and a child using tools to gather crops. The BBC learning clip (link on power point) generated some excellent discussion. For the book activity you could create a Venn diagram for own dreams and Evangeline’s dreams. I did not have time in my lesson so we simply answered the questions on the slide. Please note I do not own any of the images used in the presentation
PSHE Exploring different jobs and careers
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PSHE Exploring different jobs and careers

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A fantastic lesson that generated some great discussion about jobs and their salaries. The discussion was so rich in mine that it carried over two lessons. First children are given cards with different jobs (discuss any unfamiliar to children before starting). They are asked to rank them from most important to least important and give feedback on their answers. They are then asked to consider what they think the salary for each job might be and try to match these. The powerpoint then reveals the average salaries in descending order. This generates excellent discussion about whether this is fair, which jobs should earn less/more, are you surprised by any etc As a final activity children can research a job they would like to pursue in the future and then create an advert for this job based on what they have found. I have included a SEN template, a word mat and some links for useful websites. Please note I do not own any of the images used in the presentation.
The Pirates Next Door KS1 Writing Unit Pack
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The Pirates Next Door KS1 Writing Unit Pack

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Complete writing unit pack includes: Instructions and guidance 11 lesson plans Slides for each lesson Model Text Example story map images Paper resources (where relevant) Vocabulary flashcards for display Guidance includes advise for differentiation, building vocabulary, oral rehearsal and extension activities. Please leave a review if you enjoy this unit! You can also tag/message me on Instagram @carlyoconnortutoring
Year 1 Pre-Learning Assessment - Place Value: Numbers to 20
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Year 1 Pre-Learning Assessment - Place Value: Numbers to 20

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Maths questions focusing on place value within 20. Ideal for assessment at the start and end of a unit. Covers: Pictoral representations Counting forwards and backwards Matching words to numerals Part-whole representations 1 more/1 less Using more than, less than and equal to symbols ><= Comparing pictoral representations Ordering smallest to greatest Includes an editable word version and a pdf version Aligns with White Rose
PSHE First aid - Recovery position
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PSHE First aid - Recovery position

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Presentation first gets children to think about the best way to act in an emergency. There is a link to a video on the St John’s Ambulance website that goes through the recovery procedure step by step. I got my children into pairs and they took it in turns to follow this step by step, I paused the video a lot so they could keep up. Finally I asked them to tell me what the next step was before hitting play to see if they could remember. There is a differentiated matching activity to finish, where children match the picture to the sentence and put them in the correct order. The HA version also has some missing vocabulary. Please note I do not own any of the images used in these resources.
Space - Day and Night KS2
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Space - Day and Night KS2

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The starter activity is a glossary, matching key words to their definition. It is differentiated for higher and lower (higher have ore words) The presentation then discusses why we experience night and day. There are lots of youtube links to help visual learners. The main activity requires children to shade in a diagram and then explain why we experience night and day. Higher children have key words and need to write their own sentences Lower children fill in missing words SEN children have first letter of each missing word Please note I do not own any of the pictures or videos used in these resources.
PSHE Setting goals and targets for the year ahead
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PSHE Setting goals and targets for the year ahead

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This lovely powerpoint is great to use in the first half term and encourages children to think about what they want to achieve by the end of the academic year. It encourages children to think about the impact of their words and actions on those around them and consider how to make better choices. The first activity in the presentation has a blank space for your school’s mission statement. You could discuss the key words as a class or make it into an activity for their books. I personally put the key words on stickers, got the children to match them to a definition and then think of a way to show that quality. More able pupils used dictionaries to support their own definitions. For the other children I put the definitions on stickers and they had to match them up. Children then need to think of 6 goals for the year ahead - 3 personal and 3 learning (the powerpoint discusses the difference) - which they can record on the worksheet As a reflection at the end of the lesson they can start to think about how they can achieve these
Reading skill: Inference and deduction (includes a mastery activity)
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Reading skill: Inference and deduction (includes a mastery activity)

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Two activities based on using inference and deduction. Both have been differentiated slightly for higher and lower ability pupils. The first activity gives a situation. Children have to use clues to decide how the character is feeling and what must have happened to them. The mastery activity uses a paragraph of fiction in a familiar setting. There are test-style questions underneath, with more scaffolding/multiple choice for lower ability pupils.
3-digit addition and subtraction - mastery and greater depth
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3-digit addition and subtraction - mastery and greater depth

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All the activities focus on adding and subtracting 3-digit numbers using the formal written method. The mastery activity requires children to decide for themselves whether to add or subtract and includes fun concepts such as Match Attax. It is available in two versions (stickers or plain A4) There are two more challenging or ‘Greater Depth’ activities for children who are secure at mastery level. These require more reasoning skills to solve the problems
Reading Skill - How structure and presentation contribute to meaning
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Reading Skill - How structure and presentation contribute to meaning

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A matching and labeling activity for how structure and presentation of texts contribute to their meaning Children need to match the device to the definition. There is also an example text that uses all these devices that the children could label/find examples of each device The activity is differentiated for higher and lower ability
Writing fiction - Action sequence
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Writing fiction - Action sequence

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Advise on what to include in an action sequence including a written example that could be used as a model. I have used a sequence from Monsters vs Aliens as stimulus for writing. The powerpoint includes a youtube link and a short story board. Please note I do not own any of the images used in this resource.
Year 1 Pre-Learning Assessment - Addition and subtraction within 10
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Year 1 Pre-Learning Assessment - Addition and subtraction within 10

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Maths questions focusing on addition and subtraction within 10. Ideal for assessment at the start and end of a unit. Covers: Part-whole models Completing number sentences with and without pictures for support Word problems Number bonds to 10 Fact families Comparing number bonds Includes an editable word version and a pdf version Aligns with White Rose
PSHE Body image and altering images in the media
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PSHE Body image and altering images in the media

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A great presentation that first looks at ideas around ‘normal’ body types and how to promote a healthy body image. It then moves onto looking at images presented in the media and how these have been altered, including some useful web links. The main activity challenges children to think about someone they admire and come up with reasons why, without solely focusing on their looks. Please note I do not own any of the images used in these resources.
E-Safety - Creating a strong password
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E-Safety - Creating a strong password

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Presentation gives advice on creating strong passwords and why this is important. My children had access to an online house points account so we created passwords for this but the slide that mentions this could be changed accordingly. There is also a quiz which I used as a starter to see how knowledgeable my children were. The final activity I suggest here is a poster with all of the advice they have learned.
Assessment for Year 3 geography and history objectives linked to Active Planet/Volcanoes topic
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Assessment for Year 3 geography and history objectives linked to Active Planet/Volcanoes topic

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This resource can be used either at the start of a topic as a baseline or at the end of a topic to assess learning. The questions relate to different Year 3 geography and history objectives such as identifying the equator, naming the 7 continents, comparing lives of people in the past etc. Most of the questions place these skills in the context of volcanoes, e.g. Pompeii This resource may also give you ideas for linking objectives to this topic and activities you could do in the classroom.
PSHE Healthy lifestyle
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PSHE Healthy lifestyle

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This looks at all aspects of a helathy lifestyle rather than just focusing on food. It is a great powerpoint to use at the end of a Healthy Me unit as it brings everything togther and consolidates learning Please note I do not own any of the images used in this resource.