This Maths planning tool, which is based on the UK National Curriculum APP levels, is fully searchable and categorised into different assessment focuses, including number, fractions, decimals, percentages, problem solving, shape, measures, time, angles and data handling. It gives you the sublevel for every single Maths objective and is useful to ensure coverage of the UK national curriculum.
I've created an Android app for all the National Curriculum statutory subjects from KS1 to KS4.
It also includes extra appendices for English such as grammar and punctuation, glossaries and spellings. It&'s quite small (~3MB), doesn&';t need network access (apart for updates), it works on phones and tablets, and, best of all, its free (with no ads, nags, etc)
Feel free to download and rate :)
The missing money grid is a printable worksheet which helps to develop KS2 children's monetary skills. The children have to work out what the missing coins are which add up to the totals of all the columns and rows. Teachers can click on the coins themselves to remove them and generate their own worksheets using random coins. The work can be differentiated by giving the more able children more missing coins, and the less able children less missing coins.
This hierarchy of Visual Programming gives an overview of coding from Keystage 1 to Keystage 5. It is useful to see what students are capable of at each Keystage and to understand how students could progress.