6 leaflets on how to write different forms:
Great to have on tables whilst children are writing as a prompt to remind them how to write.
A double-sided, editable chart with clear targets for each lesson. Great for those with SEN as it really breaks down the expectations into achievable and directly rewardable steps throughout the day. Also has homework and spelling book targets. Chart can be laminated and then smiley faces can be added to the circles and changed to mid/sad faces if targets not achieved.
Full 6 week unit plan with adult led and focused activities and learning objectives/success criteria for each day for 6 weeks for FS1 / Nursery. Also includes continuous provision plan for the whole 6 weeks.
Unit of 5 lessons. Suitable for KS1 or even lower KS2 with poor art skills. Used in Autumn 1 to encourage good skills and neat tidying skills from the outset! Lots of different techniques built up: Painting (ready-mixed and powder), drawing, lines, collage, cutting, layering, colour. Detailed Powerpoints and planning for each session Examples of display pictures also included.
A rated outstanding Year 5/6 interview lesson on relative clauses and effective writing. Can be flexibly used from 20 minutes to an hour. Descriptive writing about a dragon. Includes a video/song about relative clauses and a video of a dragon entering a school playground.
A cross-curricular homework grid suitable for Y1. Used in Autumn 1. Uses Bloom’s Taxonomy to provide tasks for each week in Maths, English, Science, Topic and PSHE. Used alongside Cornerstones Curriculum. Other grids available for Cornerstones and other topics.
A cross-curricular homework grid suitable for Y1. Used in Autumn 2 so there are some Christmas tasks. Uses Bloom’s Taxonomy to provide tasks for each week in Maths, English, Science, Topic and PSHE. Used alongside Cornerstones Curriculum. Other grids available for Cornerstones and other topics.