Promote peer feedback and self-reflection in your lessons by giving your pupils the opportunity the reflect on their own learning before and after a lesson.
This resource includes 10 x Subject Peer Feedback Sheets with an emphasis on reflecting on their peers’ presentation performance with criteria including physical and vocal skills.
Included is also a self-reflection sheet which requires pupils to rate their understanding before and after the lesson and gives them the opportunity to identify areas that went well as well as well as what could be improved.
A selection of different report writing examples and templates to assist you with writing a generalised report for students in form or tutor groups as well as several subject-specific report writing examples for the following subjects: Geography, Spanish, History and Religious Studies
These resources are best used when writing reports which are to include an overview of students’ subject reports as well as their other commitments in school, for example, art, sport or music activities.
The report examples in this resource range from capable/high achieving students to students with poor focus and concentration.
7 Different Spanish Report Templates (Aimed at Year 6/7 Beginners)
13 Different Year 5 End-of-Term reports Included
6 Religious Studies Report Comments/Templates
6 Geography Report Comments / Templates
4 Brief History Comment Banks (Focus on ‘Stuart’ Period and English Civil War)
Each report includes highlighted possessive pronouns (he/she/him/her) and well as blank lines to easily identify relevant changes to be made.
Reports range from approx. 200 - 400 words in length
Available for download on Pages and as a Word document.
Set your pupils up for success at their 11+ entry examinations with this series of seven PowerPoints which sets out clear and easy-to-follow strategies on how to answer a variety of different verbal reasoning question styles.
The questions styles covered are often found in the CEM and Bond-style examinations as well as many other types of individual school-based entry exams.
This resource comes in eye-catching PowerPoint format, giving examples with each question type. All PowerPoints are fully adaptable and editable to suit your pupil needs. The question types covered in these PowerPoints include:
Insert A Letter
Complete the Sentence
Create a Word
A selection of different report writing examples and templates to assist you with writing a generalised report for students in your form or tutor groups as well as for the subject of Geography. These resources are best used when writing reports which are to include an overview of students’ subject reports as well as their other commitments in school, for example, art, sport or music activities. Several other documents can also be used for writing subject-specific reports
The report examples in this download range from capable/high achieving students to students with poor focus and concentration as well as those involved within the wider school community.
- 11 Different Form/Tutor Group Reports Included
- 4 Different Year 5 End-of-Term reports Included
- Each report includes highlighted possessive pronouns (he/she/him/her) and well as blank lines to easily identify relevant changes to be made.
- Reports range from approx. 200 - 400 words in length
- Available for download on Pages and as a Word document.
Set your pupils up to succeed in their 11+ examinations this year with this bundle. The resources include plans, practice test papers and plenty of strategies on ways to answer questions and prepare for question-styles they may face.
The resource focus on questions that may appear in Bond and CEM tests as well as a variety of question styles to cover secondary school own examinations.
Prepare your pupils for upcoming 11+ Secondary School entry examinations with this set of verbal reasoning worksheets.
4 different question types included
(Find the Hidden Words, Move a Single Letter, Join the Words and Find the Missing Letters).
80 questions in total included in this resource.
All worksheets include answer sheets.
All worksheets come in pdf format.
As the Christmas season draws closer, create a festive atmosphere in your classroom with a selection of different activities that are sure to keep your pupils entertained during those extended Form times.
This resource is a 20-page pdf booklet of Christmas-themed activities including:
And many more…
This Halloween-themed booklet provides twenty pages of fun activities ideal for form or transition times in the classroom.
Some of the types of activities included in this booklet:
Design a Comic Strip
Design a Halloween Costume
Save yourself time and download this pdf booklet this Halloween season. Print, staple and let the pupils decide where they start or save the activities and spread them out over a few weeks.
With the importance of mental wealth in schools at the forefront of many minds, ensure your pupils have opportunities to recognise what they are grateful for and use that to start a wider conversation in your classroom. The Gratitude Journal is a resource that can be used a whole-class booklet or as individual booklets for each pupil to reflect on each day. Ideal as a final form time activity at the end of a day or as a positive start to the morning.
Available to download/create in A6 format or as a full size A4 journal.
Downloaded in pdf format
This resource can be used as a standalone poster to display in the classroom or as individual elements to place on a larger scale classroom display board. I have included the resource on a black background from which you can cut out for a striking display. The first slide is intended to show you a suggestion of how you may choose to set up your classroom display.
All display elements are included: titles, speech bubbles, text and varying sizes of arrows.
Elements can be made smaller or larger to fit your display board when printing or photocopying.
Promote kindness and empathy in your classroom with these mindfulness cubes which prompt children to think about what they could say or do in challenging situations.
There are five cube nets available in pdf format to download within this resource.
Kindness Cube (encourages children to act out or practise what they might say)
Talking Cube (best used after an incident or time when a child is struggling to communicate their feelings/emotions)
Me, Myself and I Cube (great for use as an ‘-ice-breaker’ activity)
Mindfulness Cube (5 activities to choose from to promote mental wellbeing)
Blank Cube (create your own as a class or independently)
Celebrate the achievements of your pupils during their online learning with these five superhero-themed postcards.
Print these out and write a personalised message to your pupils before sending home in the post or giving to your pupils at school.
The five celebrate learning powers include:
Inspire, reward and motivate your pupils whilst learning remotely using these fun and vibrant digital stickers.
A selection of more than 40 high quality digital sticker in .png format with a variety of colours, images and words.
Your Hard Work Is Paying Off!
How to Use in Google Classroom
On Google Slides: Insert Image, Select Sticker (png), move to desired place on slide.
On Google Docs: Insert image/sticker in Heading to avoid disrupting layout/format of document by double-clicking in the Header
How to Use in SeeSaw:
Open student assignment, select Edit. Select the camera icon and upload image/sticker.
This resource includes a range of subject title colouring pages ideal for sticking on the front cover or first page of exercise books. These title pages not only allow pupils to easily visually differentiate between their exercise books but are also a good time filler colouring activity.
There are 11 subjects included in this resource in pdf format:
Save time and hassle creating your own birthday display chart with this resource. Choose from two designs (balloons or cupcakes), simply print, laminate and personalise according to the birthdays in your class. This high-quality resource also comes with number candles to write the names of your pupil’s birthdays before adding to the respective cupcakes.
Ideal resource for setting up in your classroom for the new school year. This display incorporates commonly used comments by pupils (and staff!) from a fixed mindset whilst also offering an alternative example from someone using a growth mindset.
On the first page I have included a suggestion as to how you may want to display the resource in your classroom. I have then included all of the individual pieces that would make up this display, including all comments, the brain image, titles and arrows.
The size of your display can be easily adapted when printing/photocopying the resource.
Decorate your classroom with eye-catching and engaging images that focus on allowing the children to identify their feelings and choose the manner in which they wish to be greeted each morning.
Ideal for a focus on pupil wellbeing and identification of emotions.
Morning Greeting Images Include:
Emotions/Feelings Images Include:
I’m Not Sure?
Plus many more…
Encourage the children in your class to continue their reading over the half-term with a Halloween-themed book bingo sheet.
Children can work towards completing a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line or go for the full house!
Looking to praise some excellent work in your lessons throughout the week?
- Acknowledge those children who have made contributions in class discussions, improved their exam scores, led a class activity or demonstrated a positive and enthusiastic attitude to learning.
- This resource includes 5 different subject-specific cards produced to a high quality.
- Subjects include: Geography, History, Science, Music, Maths with more subjects available upon request by leaving a message in the review or comments section.