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Deforestation Lesson Pack KS2
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Deforestation Lesson Pack KS2

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This lesson is an investigation into the causes of deforestation. It is an activity where children are learning to read information and record it in their own words. This activity can be used in the classroom where the different causes are posted around the room and the children have to investigate. It can also be used as a distance learning tool. It also includes a bonus grammar activity on plurals as a grammar warm up. This pack includes: PDF version of the deforestation lesson presentation PP version of the deforestation lesson presentation Plurals activity Investigation activity cards Worksheet for recording their answers I hope you enjoy the resources!
Transition to Secondary School week 1
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Transition to Secondary School week 1

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Here is a resource to use with year 6 pupils when thinking about transition to year 7. This lesson focusses on the subjects they might learn and timetables they might need to follow. It is a full lesson pack with a 30 slide PP and lesson worksheet included. This is 1 of 5 of a series of lessons I will be uploading this week. Included: A detailed overview of what they might cover in year 7 based on the KS3 curriculum. Each subject has an overview of what they might learn. A worksheet for the children to complete about the subjects they will cover. An example of a one week secondary school timetable and a quiz for the children to complete based on the timetable - e.g. where is this subject taught? Do you have the same teacher for English every lesson? etc An example of a two week secondary school timetable and quiz for the children to complete based on the timetable - e.g. why might you need a two week timetable? How many times over the two weeks do you have chemistry? Both timetables are included within the PowerPoint and can be easily printed off for the children.
Bumper Display Lettering Pack
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Bumper Display Lettering Pack

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Want simple, clean and bright looking displays? Look no further! I have collated this bumper display pack for all of your displays to give them a modern twist. Titles are all included in both black and white flags and rainbow pastel colours. The sizing is two letters per page. Subject titles included: English Literacy Maths Math Numeracy Science RS RE Computing History Geography Art DT PSHE Growth Mindset Reading Reading Corner French Spanish A-Z OF LETTERS Bonus lettering saying ’ class of kindness’. 3 versions available. All Pastel Rainbow All black and white flags Mixed Bonus lettering saying ‘Our Wonderful Writing’ All Pastel Rainbow
Victorian Houses Art Project
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Victorian Houses Art Project

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This project is a fun project for children to learn all about Victorian architecture. The powerpoint takes you through the revolution of Victorian housing and some of the architecture from the era. There is also a seperate resource sheet for the children to use.
Beginners guide to TEAMs Teachers
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Beginners guide to TEAMs Teachers

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This is a step by step introduction how to guide on how to make the most of teaching on Microsoft Teams. This guide has a focus on scheduling live lessons and calls.
Parent/Student Guide to Teams
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Parent/Student Guide to Teams

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This very useful parent guide demonstrates how to use assignments and class notebook in Microsoft Teams. It has models of both the desktop app and the mobile/tablet app. It goes through step by step how to access assignments set by the teacher and how to upload to the assignment. It also explains how to obtain feedback from the teacher. It also gives an overview of how to use class notebook as a parent/student in a step by step guide.
A Life on Our Planet Weeks 1 and 2
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A Life on Our Planet Weeks 1 and 2

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Based on David Attenborough’s ‘A Life on Our Planet’ I am creating a full English unit based on this programme on Netflix. Start off by showing your class the documentary. Before the documentary do a KWL grid to see what they know already. We also did a cover page in our books to start the unit. This is a 2 week module on writing an information text about an endangered animal. It includes: A Powerpoint to cover the two weeks Example texts Where to find grammar starters Success criteria and learning challenges Vocabulary list for the whole unit There will be a further 6 weeks of work to follow this module.
Transition to Secondary School Resource Pack
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Transition to Secondary School Resource Pack

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Here is a resource to use with year 6 pupils when thinking about transition to year 7. The lessons focus on the following topics: Subjects Timetables Following a timetable Getting lost Making friends Clubs and opportunities Planner organisation After school timetable managing your time. Lesson 1 includes: A detailed overview of what they might cover in year 7 based on the KS3 curriculum. Each subject has an overview of what they might learn. A worksheet for the children to complete about the subjects they will cover. An example of a one week secondary school timetable and a quiz for the children to complete based on the timetable - e.g. where is this subject taught? Do you have the same teacher for English every lesson? etc An example of a two week secondary school timetable and quiz for the children to complete based on the timetable - e.g. why might you need a two week timetable? How many times over the two weeks do you have chemistry? Both timetables are included within the PowerPoint and can be easily printed off for the children. Lesson 2 and 3 includes: Powerpoint for two lessons, 34 slides in length covering the topic of homework and organisation. It includes planner examples, timetables and all of the resources they need to bring to their secondary school. Planner example pages of good and bad planners and how to organise your workload. Blank after school timetable template for the children to use next year. Blank ‘What to take to secondary school’ template for the children to use next year (resource H). Resource sheet A - matching activity of the different formats of homework they will receive. Resource sheet B - Comparing the two planner examples activity using an example of a good and a bad planner. Resource C and D - Using a list of tasks given by ‘teachers’ (resource D) the children have to fill in their blank planner (resource C) with the information as if they were being set the homework at school. Resource E - elicit the children’s ideas on what they think they might need to bring to school. Resource F, G and H - the children will be using an example timetable of a school day (resource F) and an example after school timetable (resource G) to create a resources list for each school day using the ‘what I need every day’ sheet (resource H). Lesson 4 and 5 include: Information on different clubs and how they might be beneficial. Information on making friends. Information on finding your way around schools. Links to BBC transition resources. Worksheets on making friends in secondary school (3 in total).
Punch and Judy Puppets
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Punch and Judy Puppets

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This resource is designed to support Victorian leisure time. The resource talks through the history of Punch and Judy shows, includes a video and tasks for the children to complete. There are also some puppet templates to use.
Year 6 Grammar Starter Activities
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Year 6 Grammar Starter Activities

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6 weeks of grammar activities which go with the Schofield and Sims workbook -Grammar 6. There are small activities for 5-10 minute grammar starter or filler activities which tie into each module for the first 6 weeks of schofield and sims. If you don’t have the book, there are many activities that are beneficial. Topics covered: Subordinate clauses Relative clauses Active voice Passive voice Colons and Semi-colons Bullet Points
Safer Internet Day PowerPoint
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Safer Internet Day PowerPoint

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This is a PowerPoint with a focus on screen time for safer internet day. It can be used in assembly and contains discussion questions for the students to talk about. It could be delivered online or in front of the class. It could also be used to share with your own class rather than as an assembly.
Are Saints Good Role Models? RE Unit Year 5/6
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Are Saints Good Role Models? RE Unit Year 5/6

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This resource is a 6 week unit of work learning about saints. The unit of work consists of: Week 1 - What is a saint? Investigation into saints and the children’s prior knowledge. Week 2 - Researching different saints lesson Week 3 - Investigating the terms martyr and revered Week 4 - The impact saints have had on people’s lives and what they sacrificed. This is research on Martin Luther King and Mother Theresa. I used Twinkl comprehensions to help with this lesson. Week 5 - debate questions -Do you think Jesus is a saint? Should saints be dead before they are recognised? Do saints have to be believers in God? Week 6 - evaluation lesson There is a powerpoint for each lesson along with worksheets, planning and resources where relevant. This is a really enjoyable unit of work and I hope you enjoy teaching it as much as I do!
Transition Lessons 2 and 3
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Transition Lessons 2 and 3

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This is a bundle of 2 lessons worth of transition work for year 6. It includes a 34 slide PowerPoint and covers the topics of homework and organising themselves for Secondary school. This resource has additional worksheets are resources. Included within the pack: Powerpoint for two lessons, 34 slides in length covering the topic of homework and organisation. It includes planner examples, timetables and all of the resources they need to bring to their secondary school. Planner example pages of good and bad planners and how to organise your workload. Blank after school timetable template for the children to use next year. Blank ‘What to take to secondary school’ template for the children to use next year (resource H). Resource sheet A - matching activity of the different formats of homework they will receive. Resource sheet B - Comparing the two planner examples activity using an example of a good and a bad planner. Resource C and D - Using a list of tasks given by ‘teachers’ (resource D) the children have to fill in their blank planner (resource C) with the information as if they were being set the homework at school. Resource E - elicit the children’s ideas on what they think they might need to bring to school. Resource F, G and H - the children will be using an example timetable of a school day (resource F) and an example after school timetable (resource G) to create a resources list for each school day using the ‘what I need every day’ sheet (resource H). I hope you all enjoy the resources. A huge amount of time has been spent making the Powerpoint, timetables and resources.
Year 6 Leavers Book
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Year 6 Leavers Book

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A leavers booklet for them to keep forever! I am going to make mine into special booklets for them. It is essentially a time capsule of their time at primary school and what their lives are like now. Suitable for year sixes transitioning to secondary school - 2020 edition! Pages included: All about me All about me time capsule page (favourite song, food, book, film etc) All about my family My Primary school years - teachers they have had in primary school, memorable moments My Primary school years - blank pages to fill up with photos All about my year in Year 6 - 3 memories My friends - portrait activity Things I will miss about primary school All about my secondary school What can I do now that I couldn’t do at the start of primary school What are you thankful for? Teachers edition What are you thnkful for? Parents edition Acrostic poem activity: Primary School Acrostic poem activity: My School Autograph pages My lockdown experience diary entry page Drawings of my lockdown experience Wishes for the future page When I grow up I want to be… PDF and editable word version available.
New Maths Guidance Year 6 Assessments
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New Maths Guidance Year 6 Assessments

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I have taken all of the example assessments from the new maths guidance for Year 6 and made them into end of unit assessments. There are 12 units in total all linking to the skills from the original document.
9/10 Years Old Summer Reading Challenge
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9/10 Years Old Summer Reading Challenge

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This is a summer reading challenge that is suitable for 9-10 year olds. They can work through it over the summer and return it to school when they come back in September. It is a great way to encourage reading and introduce children to new authors. This would be a great transition resource for children moving from year 4 into year 5. It is also a great home learning resource. The idea is the children colour in the smiley face once they have read the book. I hope you enjoy!