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Physical Features of Northern Ireland
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Physical Features of Northern Ireland

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A Crossword to help embed some of the names of rivers, loughs and mountain ranges in Northern Ireland. Answers included for weaker pupils, but can be deleted as this is a fully editable Word document.
Persuasive writing - introduction-Should animals be used for entertainment?
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Persuasive writing - introduction-Should animals be used for entertainment?

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A modelled introduction to persuasive writing for low ability pupils. This covers pros/cons and the first two paragraphs. Some modelled starters for less able pupils to get going and ideas for finishing off the first two paragraphs. I have used this with SEN/low ability Year 9 pupils and it really helps them to begin to understand the processes behind structuring a piece of persuasive writing.
Persuasive Writing-School Uniforms - Good or bad?
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Persuasive Writing-School Uniforms - Good or bad?

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A modelled introduction to persuasive writing for low ability pupils. This covers Pros/Cons and the first two paragraphs. Some modelled starters for less able pupils to get going and ideas for finishing off the first two paragraphs. I have used this with SEN/low ability Year 9 pupils and it really helps them to begin to understand the processes behind structuring a piece of persuasive writing.
Area and Perimeter
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Area and Perimeter

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Four sheets with a clear description of how to find the area and perimeter of simple 2D shapes. Information sheet followed by practical worksheet. Used with low ability/SEN pupils. Useful for KS2/3 pupils. Designed using dyslexia friendly font.
How to write a story
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How to write a story

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This is a lesson on how to 'set the scene' in a story using The Write Stuff by Jane Considine. The Powerpoint is to go alongside her book to help pupils learn how to write. Includes use of double adjectives, alliteration and repetition.
Calculating averages workbook
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Calculating averages workbook

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6 worksheets for practising calculating mean, median, mode and range. Directions and instruction page provided alongside answer sheet. Designed for low ability KS3 pupils.
Strategy Cards for Special Educational Needs
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Strategy Cards for Special Educational Needs

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A set of cards for individual SEN with ideas and pointers for teaching staff/classroom assistants for helping pupils with special educational needs. Includes ADHD/ADD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, SEBD, SpLD, ASD, Dyscalculia, Hearing/Visual Impairments and strategies for classroom assistants. Designed to be printed on to coloured card and given to staff to give ideas for strategies to help pupils on the SEN register and for achieving Education Plan targets and can be used for evidence gathering. Editable and can be customised for your own school use.
Homophones Spelling Homework Activity
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Homophones Spelling Homework Activity

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Homework activity with three choices, giving children a choice of what they can do. Simple homophones regularly misused- two-to, too, hear, here, where, were etc. I used this with low ability KS3 pupils but could be used from KS1 up. Designed with open dyslexic font for SpLD pupils.
Reading Homeworks Carousel
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Reading Homeworks Carousel

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12 different reading homeworks that pupils can use to choose their own. Mixture of writing, drawing, labelling and research activities. I use these with low ability Year 8 pupils to ensure reading is happening every night. They actually enjoy the freedom of choosing their own homework!!
Christmas Grid Reference Activity
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Christmas Grid Reference Activity

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Christmas based grid referencing activity for finding and using 6 (or 4) figure grid references. Designed for lower ability SEN pupils at KS3. Grid references left blank so you can add in your own and differentiate the activity for less able pupils. Enjoy!