Nothing annoys me more than when I have children telling tales on each other after break - especially when I’m about to teach. This is an incident reporting form I’ve made (inspiration from NSMTC). I find that, due to how lengthy and long-winded it is, children tend to just turn around and say “it is okay, Miss, we’re friends again!”. However if it is an important issue, children will fill out the form and you also have a record if you ever need it. Let me know if it works for you!
I created these with reference to my school’s presentation expectations so children have a constant reminder. This will ensure my books are uniform and there is a high standard across all books. It remains editable so you can change to suit your class/school.
Please note: I found it is best to print directly rather than photocopy as the squared paper does not always show up after being photocopied.
More suited for KS2, these task cards are ideal for those children who struggle to stay focused or work independently. Laminate these and write simple instructions on what you want the child to achieve by the end of the lesson and they can tick off the step as they go with a whiteboard pen. I’ve included bitmojis on mine (feel free to delete or change to make it more suitable for your class). You may have to download the Twinkl Cursive Looped font in order for the full effect to be shown on your device.