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I'm an experienced (20 years +) classroom teacher selling resources that are tried and tested in the classroom. I offer materials for GCSE & A Level Computing, OCR Creative iMedia Level 2 and OCR Cambridge Technicals Level 3. I would really appreciate it if you could leave a short review for any of my resources that you download so that I can keep making them better.

I'm an experienced (20 years +) classroom teacher selling resources that are tried and tested in the classroom. I offer materials for GCSE & A Level Computing, OCR Creative iMedia Level 2 and OCR Cambridge Technicals Level 3. I would really appreciate it if you could leave a short review for any of my resources that you download so that I can keep making them better.
Creative iMedia Unit RO81 Retrieval Grids
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Creative iMedia Unit RO81 Retrieval Grids

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Retrieval / revision exercises for OCR Creative iMedia RO81 Pre-Production Skills This resource contains three sets of question grids for retrieval practice. The resource covers LO1 “Understand the purpose and content of pre-production” and between them the three grids contain questions (along with answers) for Moodboards, Mind Maps, Visualisation Diagrams, Camera Shots, Camera Angles, Lighting, Storyboards, Scripts and File Formats. The resources are provided in both PowerPoint & PDF formats and include answers as well as a blank answer grid for students.
OCR ICT L3 Unit 2 Knowledge Organisers
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OCR ICT L3 Unit 2 Knowledge Organisers

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A set of attractive and detailed knowledge organisers for OCR Cambridge Technicals in ICT Unit 2 - Global Information. These knowledge organisers are created to support dual coding and are mapped carefully to each Learning Outcome for Unit 2. They are designed to support students with revision and are also a helpful reference point for teachers when planning delivery of this unit. Please note that icons are used are from the Noun Project for which I have a paid license, allowing full usage without attribution. Evidence can be provided on request.
OCR GCSE Computing Retrieval Grid#1
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OCR GCSE Computing Retrieval Grid#1

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Retrieval / revision exercise for GCSE Computing ( OCR, the new 277 Spec) This resource covers spec points 1.1.1 - 1.2.1 (Computer Systems to Primary Storage) . The resource is provided in both PowerPoint & PDF formats and includes answers as well as a blank answer grid for students. Retrieval grids are perfect for classroom activities, homework, or student revision.
Retrieval Placemat
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Retrieval Placemat

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Retrieval resource for students, which I have used in Computing but can be used in any subject. These are designed to be used in lessons, to stimulate discussion between students and thus help them with the retrieval of learning from previous lessons. This resource is based on the the idea for retrieval placemats from Kate Jones’ excellent book “Retrieval Practice” As with all my resources, icons are from the Noun Project for which I have paid membership and thus I can use them legally without attribution (evidence can be provided if need be)
GCSE Computing Worksheets [OCR 1.2.1 - 1.2.5]
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GCSE Computing Worksheets [OCR 1.2.1 - 1.2.5]

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These is a set of worksheets , written for the opening topics in OCR GCSE Computing (277 spec) The worksheets are attractively presented using a dual-coding style and are linked to spec points 1.2.1 - 1.2.5 There are 5 worksheets in this pack: 2 x “PC Advisor” worksheets; Open-ended written tasks covering primary and secondary storage. 3 x short activity worksheets; These feature a range of activies (mind maps, gap-fills, calculations, short answer questions) covering Data Storage (for images and sound) and Data Compression Answer sheets are provided for the short activity worksheets. All images used are either created by me or from the Noun Project, for which I have paid license (which does not s require attribution of individual images - evidence available on request)
GCSE Computing: Retrieval Grid Generator
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GCSE Computing: Retrieval Grid Generator

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This retrieval grid generator allows you to instantly generate three-by-three grids of random revision questions at the touch of a button. Each grid pulls questions randomly from a bank of over 170 questions, covering topics in both units (1 & 2) from OCR’s 277 GCSE Computing spec. You can create grids based on: Unit 1 - Computer systems Unit 2 - Computational thinking, algorithms and programming Unit 1 & 2 An answer grid is also generated with each set of questions, and a blank answer grid can also be printed. The spreadsheet file is set up for easy printing. When used in lessons on a regular basis, Retrieval Practice is an excellent way of boosting student learning and helping students transfer knowledge to long term memory. This retrieval grid generator makes it simple to create retrieval practice resources in seconds, so that students can embed their learning on a regular basis and not just in the run-up to tests/exams.
A Level Computing NEA: ANALYSIS guide
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A Level Computing NEA: ANALYSIS guide

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This is the first in a set of four guides written to support students with the Programming Project (NEA) part of OCR A Level Computing. The marks for the written elements of the project outweigh those awarded for the program itself and it is very important that students include all the detail necessary to access mark band four of the assessment criteria. This is detailed, structured and attractively presented multi-page guide that breaks the Analysis task into four sections, covering 3.1.1 - 3.1.4 of the Unit 3 spec. Each section features written guidance along with a clear breakdown of what the students should write. Supporting examples are provided as well explanations of the key ideas required in this section A checklist is also provided which can be given to students to help them ensure that they have completed all parts of the analysis
A Level Computing NEA: DESIGN guide
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A Level Computing NEA: DESIGN guide

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This is the second in a set of four guides written to support students with the Programming Project (NEA) part of OCR A Level Computing. The marks for the written elements of the project outweigh those awarded for the program itself and it is very important that students include all the detail necessary to access mark band four of the assessment criteria. This is detailed, structured and attractively presented multi-page guide that breaks the Design task into three sections, covering 3.2.1 - 3.2.3 of the Unit 3 spec. Each section features written guidance along with a clear breakdown of what the students should write. Supporting examples are provided as well explanations of the key ideas required in this section A checklist is also provided which can be given to students to help them ensure that they have completed all parts of the design section
GCSE Computing Knowledge Organiser 2.5
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GCSE Computing Knowledge Organiser 2.5

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Knowledge Organiser covering 2.5 Programming Languages and IDE’s. This Knowledge Organiser is for the new (277) specification and is mapped closely to the contents of the spec. This is an attractive and highly visual document that would act as an excellent revision aid.
A Level Computing Knowledge Organiser Unit 1 Topic 1.1
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A Level Computing Knowledge Organiser Unit 1 Topic 1.1

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A double-sided knowledge organiser for OCR A Level Computing , designed for Unit 1 topic 1.1 (The characteristics of contemporary processors, input, output and storage devices) The knowledge organiser is matches the specification exactly. It contains student tips and is carefully designed to make use of dual coding. This resource will both support students in preparing for tests and assessments, and aid teachers in planning lessons for each topic… All graphics are either designed by me, or used under license from the Noun Project. (I have a paid license to use these images meaning that I do not need to attribute them individually - evidence available on request)
GCSE Computing Knowledge Organiser 2.2
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GCSE Computing Knowledge Organiser 2.2

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Knowledge Organiser covering 2.2 Programming Fundamentals. This Knowledge Organiser is for the new (277) specification and is mapped closely to the contents of the spec. This is an attractive and highly visual document that would act as an excellent revision aid.
GCSE Computing Knowledge Organiser 2.4
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GCSE Computing Knowledge Organiser 2.4

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Knowledge Organiser covering 2.4 Boolean Logic. This Knowledge Organiser is for the new (277) specification and is mapped closely to the contents of the spec. This is an attractive and highly visual document that would act as an excellent revision aid.
GCSE Computing Knowledge Organiser 2.3
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GCSE Computing Knowledge Organiser 2.3

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Knowledge Organiser covering 2.3 Producing Robust Programs. This Knowledge Organiser is for the new (277) specification and is mapped closely to the contents of the spec. This is an attractive and highly visual document that would act as an excellent revision aid.
OCR GCSE Computing Retrieval Grid#2
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OCR GCSE Computing Retrieval Grid#2

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Retrieval / revision exercise for GCSE Computing ( OCR, the new 277 Spec) This resource covers spec points 1.2.4 - 1.2.5 (Data Storage to Compression) . The resource is provided in both PowerPoint & PDF formats and includes answers as well as a blank answer grid for students. Retrieval grids are perfect for classroom activities, homework, or student revision.
OCR GCSE Computing Retrieval Grids#3 & 4
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OCR GCSE Computing Retrieval Grids#3 & 4

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Retrieval / revision exercises for GCSE Computing ( OCR, the new 277 Spec) This pair of resources cover spec points 1.3.1 - 1.3.2 (Networks and Topologies to Wired and wireless networks, protocols and layers) . The resources are provided in both PowerPoint & PDF formats and includes answers as well as a blank answer grid for students. I have included two retrieval exercises in this resource, due to the large amount of content in these spec points. Retrieval grids are perfect for classroom activities, homework, or student revision.
IT room seat numbers in dec, binary & hex
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IT room seat numbers in dec, binary & hex

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Perfect for a new seating plans at the start of a new term, this is a PowerPoint file 30 slides with numbering in decimal, binary and hexadecimal. It allows students to quickly identify their allocated seat in a computer room while reinforcing learning on number bases. Just print each slide and stick it on the wall behind your PC 's - alternatively print each slide in A5 and stick next to/near workstations. The PowerPoint file is editable so you can easily add more slides if you have more than 30 seats. PLEASE NOTE : The poor formatting in the screenshot is not representative of the presentation of the numbers in the resource.
Student study / revision guide
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Student study / revision guide

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This is a student study and revision guide for GCSE/Post 16 students. It was written with ICT and Computing in mind, but can easily be tweaked to use for other subjects (I have included an editable file along with the PDF) It has been produced with dual coding in mind The guide does not cover subject content, but is about study techniques to support learners throughout their studies, Many of the topics apply to all subjects. The guide includes sections on: Note-taking (why we take notes, the Cornell method, Outlining, Mind-mapping) Revision (How the brain works, spacing, interleaving, retrieval practice) Productivity (Getting Things Done and Pomodoro) Wellbeing (Diet, the importance of sleep, hydration, mindfulness, and digital wellbeing)