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Year Two teacher working in a large inner-city school. KS1 and FS lead, English lead, Maths Mastery lead.

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Year Two teacher working in a large inner-city school. KS1 and FS lead, English lead, Maths Mastery lead.
Developing Vocabulary Staff Meeting English Subject Lead
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Developing Vocabulary Staff Meeting English Subject Lead

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A complete ‘Developing vocabulary’ staff meeting fully prepared with extracts, links etc. We all know that developing children’s vocabulary is the single biggest factor in improving outcomes for our children, this staff meeting will help you to equip your staff with practical ideas, all backed by research to ensure that your children achieve their best.
Grace Darling Year 2 English History Home Schooling
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Grace Darling Year 2 English History Home Schooling

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A week’s worth of English lessons with a history focus . Learn all about Grace Darling through writing, reading and drama activities. All adapted to be suitable for home schooling but could easily be used in school too. Everything you need is included from websites, worksheets, reading comprehensions to save you having to find your own resources etc. This is a complete package of five lessons. Could easily be used in year three, or adapted to year one also.
Senses Poetry
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Senses Poetry

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A weeks worth of lessons for teachers to assign to children working at home all about senses poetry. All links, worksheets etc are included. Lots of funny poems, opportunities for writing and performing poetry. Could be used / adapted for years 1,2 or 3.
Pirate Treasure Hunt
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Pirate Treasure Hunt

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*A sheet to collect the clues. *A set of letters to be printed, laminated and hidden around the environment. I personally also numbered the clues so that the children wrote the correct letter in the correct square on the sheet, not numbering the letters would make for a much more tricky task! Perhaps too tricky! The answer is ‘Ahoy me hearties. You have found the treasure.’