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KS2 History - Y6 - Windrush Generation
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KS2 History - Y6 - Windrush Generation

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Complete unit of work including 6 lessons, slides, quizzes and resources. The Windrush Generation Lesson 1: Where are the Caribbean islands and what is their history? Lesson 2: How did the people of the Caribbean help Britain in the war against Nazi Germany and Hitler? Lesson 3: Why did people migrate from the Caribbean to Britain in 1948? Lesson 4: What was life in London like for the Windrush pioneers? Lesson 5: Who was Sam King and what did he do? Who was Norma Best and what did she do? Lesson 6: How did the Windrush generation change Britain for the better?
Y6 KS2 English - Holes Louis Sachar - 10 Lessons
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Y6 KS2 English - Holes Louis Sachar - 10 Lessons

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Holes Lesson Overviews Lesson 1 - WALT make a prediction about the events in the novel. Resources: Chapters 1&2 print out. Holes Books. Lesson 2 – WALT write an informal letter. Resources: Read up to chapter 10. Stanley’s letter home. Lesson 3 - WALT understand the background and history of a main character and use this in our own writing. Resources: Read up to chapter 13. Story mountain. Word mats and dictionary’s etc. Lesson 4 - WALT explore and understand the character of the Warden. Resources: Read up to chapter 15 Pencils for drawing PEE Chain prompt sheet. Lesson 5 - WALT explore the features of a newspaper article. Resources: Read up to chapter 28 before this lesson. Newspapers to identify key elements Newspaper Template Lesson 6 - WALT explore different genres in writing and their characteristics. Resources: Read up to chapter 32 Genre task sheet Persuasive writing prompt sheet. Lesson 7 – WALT explore the historical context of the novel. Resources: Fact files on the western outlaws. Fact file template. Lesson 8 – WALT explore the historical context of the novel. Resources: Fact file on history of the west. Large paper for group posters. Lesson 9 – WALT plan our own western story. Resources: Story mountain Lesson 10 - WALT write our own independent western story
Y6 History – Study of 5 Monarchs through time.
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Y6 History – Study of 5 Monarchs through time.

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Y6 History– Study of 5 Monarchs through time. Pack includes 6 lesson PowerPoints, a quiz to check understanding of each lesson and resources where needed. Lesson 1: How is William I remembered and what legacy did he leave? Lesson 2: How is Henry VIII remembered and what legacy did he leave? Lesson 3: How is Elizabeth I remembered and what legacy did she leave? Lesson 4: How is Charles II remembered and what legacy did he leave? Lesson 5: How is Queen Victoria remembered and what legacy did she leave? Lesson 6: In your opinion, who was the greatest past monarch and why?
KS2 Hinduism: Beliefs and Questions
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KS2 Hinduism: Beliefs and Questions

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Folder includes: Three Lesson Powerpoints WALT discuss our own moral decisions and the decisions of others, including Hindus. WALT explore Hindu ideas about God, the world and living beings. WALT explore Hindu festivals. Three Knowledge Organisers (one per lesson) Subject overview linked to National Curriculum.
Year 6 Science - Living things and their habitats.
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Year 6 Science - Living things and their habitats.

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Y6 Science – Living things and their Habitats This pack includes 5 lesson PowerPoints, a quiz after each lesson to check understanding and resources where needed. Lesson 1: Who was the scientist Carl Linnaeus and what did he do? Lesson 2: How do we classify vertebrate? Lesson 3: How do we classify invertebrate? Lesson 4: How can we classify a new creature based on its characteristics? Lesson 5: What animals and plants exist in my local environment?
Y6 Geography - Comparison of Regions.
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Y6 Geography - Comparison of Regions.

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Y6 Geography – Comparisons of Regions Pack includes 6 lesson PowerPoints, a quiz to check understanding of each lesson and resources where needed. Lesson 1: Where is the Lake District and what is it like? Lesson 2: How was the Lake District formed? Lesson 3: Poland: where can you find the Tatra Mountains? Lesson 4: What are the Tatra Mountains like? Lesson 5: The Caribbean and Jamaica: what do we know? What’s the terrain like? Lesson 6: What is similar and what is different between the Lake District, Tatra Mountains and the Caribbean? NC Links: Describe key aspects of: • Physical geography, including: rivers, mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes and the water cycle. • Human geography, including: settlements and land use. • Use the eight points of a compass, four-figure grid references, and symbols and key to communicate knowledge of the United Kingdom and the wider world. Place knowledge • Understand geographical similarities and differences through the study of human and physical geography of a region of the United Kingdom, a region in a European country, and a region within North or South America.
The Highwayman Poem - UKS2
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The Highwayman Poem - UKS2

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Unit includes: lesson 1 - analyse the poem lesson 2 - who is the highway man lesson 3 - inference in the highwayman lesson 4 - Bess diary entry lesson 5 - plan a newspaper report lesson 6 - independent write - newspaper. Extra resources: display inference equation poetry interactive glossary pictures for display.
Animals including humans - Circulatory System (Y6)
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Animals including humans - Circulatory System (Y6)

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Pack includes 6 lesson PowerPoints, a quiz to check understanding of each lesson and resources where needed. Lesson 1: What is blood made of and why do we need it? Lesson 2: Why do our bodies need nutrients and how are they transported? Lesson 3: What is our circulatory system? Lesson 4: What is our heart like inside? How does it work? Lesson 5: What can we do to keep healthy? Lesson 6: Present and explain what we know about the circulatory system, nutrients and keeping healthy.
Exit Slips
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Exit Slips

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A range of exit slips to use to check understand of key concepts during or at the end of lessons.