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Resources to support mainly year 6. Focusing on the new national curriculum and SATs papers. Resources focus on fluency and reasoning skills

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Resources to support mainly year 6. Focusing on the new national curriculum and SATs papers. Resources focus on fluency and reasoning skills
Mean and Range - Year 5/6 - Three levels of differentiation
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Mean and Range - Year 5/6 - Three levels of differentiation

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Powerpoint and activities with 3 levels of differentiation (Mild, hot and spicy). Powerpoint goes through different example of how to calculate the average and the range. Learning consists for fluency question followed by reasoning style questions to support with new national curriculum assessment for the end of KS2.
Year 6 - Science Investigation - Rocket Fuel
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Year 6 - Science Investigation - Rocket Fuel

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4 days of planning, result table for those who need it and PowerPoint activities (all 4 days are on one PowerPoint) Children to investigate a replace fuel source for NASA - looking at chemical reactions and why. PowerPoint goes through the write up of the investigation step by step for a good quality piece of work for assessment. Planning provided to support teaching of this investigation. Error with PowerPoint has been corrected.
Introduction to Algebra - Year 6 with 3 levels of differentiation
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Introduction to Algebra - Year 6 with 3 levels of differentiation

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Three days of activities and inputs for introducing algebra to year 6 but could also me suitable for year 5 towards the end of the academic year. Perfect to support with NEW maths KS2 SATs Focus areas are: understanding that symbols/letters can represent an amount; simplifying expressions; construction expression and substitution. All three days have input resources - PowerPoints or smart notebooks. All activities have 3 level of differentiation (some have additional challenge) MILD, HOT, SPICY and VINDALOO
NPQSL Final Assessment - Passed
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NPQSL Final Assessment - Passed

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NPQSL assessment completed iwhich was successful following marking. Support for those whole need guidance for writing their NPQSL I have only removed names of people and school name for data protection. Everything else is included. I have included 4 of the appendices, I am unable to attach the other due to them being scanned and unable to remove protected information
Balanced Argument - Logical conjunctions and Impersonal Langauge (2 sessions)
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Balanced Argument - Logical conjunctions and Impersonal Langauge (2 sessions)

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Grammar focused sessions for Balanced Argument. First looking at logical conjunctions to use within writing this text type with grid that children can stick in to toolkit books to support other writing. Second looking at impersonal language used within balanced arguments ('children' instead of 'you'). Missing word activity followed by text written fully person. Children to convert to impersonal (potential answer provided)
Report Writing year 5/6 - Use of formal language and report text
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Report Writing year 5/6 - Use of formal language and report text

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Powerpoint presentation and 2 levels of differentiation of a formal report with missing words. Powerpoint goes through when we use formal language and examples. Activity is a formal report on a children with missing words (formal words). BAR sheet has the first letter included. Also included the full report so you have the answers as well as a good quality year 6 report text.
Calculating Missing angle - Year 6 with 4 levels of differentiation
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Calculating Missing angle - Year 6 with 4 levels of differentiation

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2 days of activities and and 3 days of inputs for calculating missing for year 6 but could also me suitable for year 5 towards the end of the academic year. Perfect to support with NEW maths KS2 SATs Focus areas are: Missing angles on straight lines, within triangles and within quadrilaterials. Children to use the knowledge of isosceles triangles and opposite angles All three days have input resources - smart notebooks. All activities have 4 level of differentiation MILD, HOT, SPICY and VINDALOO
Year 6 Convertions of metric to metric units and  metric to imperial - 3 levels of Differentiation
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Year 6 Convertions of metric to metric units and metric to imperial - 3 levels of Differentiation

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2 sessions of activities. Both focusing on converting metric units. Day 2 puts this in to a real life context on a blue print for a house. Activities also have learning to include reasoning style questions to support with New KS2 SATs Along with Inputs on Power Points there are three levels differentiation for the first session and 2 for the real life context. MILD, HOT, SPICY Spicy focuses on imperial to metric conversions. Conversion cover provided to be attach to learning so that children need to recall facts but have them a support if necessary.
Prime, square, factors and multiples using Venn and Carroll diagrams Year 5 and 6
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Prime, square, factors and multiples using Venn and Carroll diagrams Year 5 and 6

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3 levels of differentation (Mild, Hot and Spicy) focusing on prime, multiples, factors and square numbers. Numbers placed in Venn and Carroll diagrams to support with KS2 SATs. PowerPoint goes through different types of diagrams and how they might be presented along with past SATs questions. Initally focus of lesson on prime numbers and how to identify them using a 100 square and going through multiple systematically.
Year 6 Final Arithmetic Quiz to support with KS2 SATs
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Year 6 Final Arithmetic Quiz to support with KS2 SATs

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A range of different question all focused on KS2 arithmetic style. Perfect and engaging activity right before SATs. Can be done in teams or pairs but partner talk can support with methods. Answers are on the PowerPoint to go through the methods with the children is set of 4 or 5. Children have an answer grid for own responses Same layout to previous quiz but different questions. Does not need to be done after other quiz.
Times Tables Generator in grid form
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Times Tables Generator in grid form

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Excel document for you to create unlimited times table grids. Just change the numbers in the 10X10 grid page - the first grid and the rest of the grids will change as well as the answers page which automatically update. Great for maths starters. Tracking grid attached to that children can stick in to books to show percentage increase over time.
Year 6 SATs Workshop - Introduction to year 6 (or for revision) NEW CURRICULUM
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Year 6 SATs Workshop - Introduction to year 6 (or for revision) NEW CURRICULUM

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PowerPoint and corresponding booklet to support children with practice question from past SATs papers since the change in 2016. I am using this as an activity in the first few day of year 6 to get the children straight into the feel of year but can be used for revision purposes. Questions focus on maths and SPaG. On PowerPoint, questions have answers that are animated. There are some answer that are incorrect to start with so that children have to explain why they are wrong but correct answer does follow.
KS2 Maths Problem solving activity Number patterns- Nim 15 Game (Don't say 15)
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KS2 Maths Problem solving activity Number patterns- Nim 15 Game (Don't say 15)

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High engaging problem solving activity where children play a game call Nim15. In pairs children count up but can only say 1, 2 or 3 numbers. whoever says 15 loses. Aim of the lesson is to understand how to always win the game by identify the pattern. Problem can be completed with any KS2 class as the children can take the problem as far as they want by changing the rules. The PowerPoint includes: Explanation of the game Example of the game (with lego characters) Activity Extension Lots of key questions to support discussion