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DT Design technology Progressive Vocabulary List Year 1-6 54 pages
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DT Design technology Progressive Vocabulary List Year 1-6 54 pages

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As Design and Technology Subject Lead, I have created this glossary of progressive terminology/ extended vocabulary list to ensure that the children in my school have a broad range of vocabulary that could be used across the curriculum. Somme vocabulary is cross-curricular and will support teaching alongside the new OFSTED framework. I began with Year 1 and, based on National Curriculum progression documents, I compiled a list of vocabulary that the children should see, hear and be encouraged to use. I have added new vocabulary to deepen the children’s understanding and broaden their vocabulary in each year group. This can be seen in green. It have separated the vocabulary into the seven areas of DT: • Design • Structure • Mechanism • Electrical Control • Materials • Food Technology • Evaluation This list can be used by: Subject Leaders as part of progression documents and curriculum for the school. Teachers as a planning scaffold and an assessment tool to ensure children have a broad art curriculum. Teachers to deepen their subject knowledge. Teachers and subject leaders to promote high standards in vocabulary across the curriculum. To ensure Art is linked to English and reading where possible. Pupils may find this resource useful as a check list in their sketchbooks at the beginning of each topic. My school have used this grid this year and we have noticed a great improvement in the children’s understanding of art vocabulary in their speech and through their writing in English. Read less
World War 2 Knowledge Organiser/Learning Mat
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World War 2 Knowledge Organiser/Learning Mat

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Learning mat for World War 2 topics. Knowledge organiser designed to scaffold learning and provide new vocabulary to your WW2 topic. A knowledge organiser is a set of key facts or information that pupils need to know and be able to recall in order to master a unit or topic. Provide the children with this knowledge organiser at the beginning of a topic or us it as a checklist of coverage. This resource is suitable for Key Stage Two. This resources includes: • Map of Europe • Vocabulary list • Detail about Famous individuals • 9 spellings from the Year 5/6 statutory Word List • Timeline of events • Quotations Credit to © OpenStreetMap contributors for the Map.
History Learning Pathway/Road Map/Curriculum Overview Whole School
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History Learning Pathway/Road Map/Curriculum Overview Whole School

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A whole school pathway for History in Primary school following a child’s journey from EYFS to Secondary School. I have included key events, dates, links to the national curriculum and skill coverage across each key stage. This is a great visual tool for Govenors and OFSTED to give a brief but thorough overview of your curriculum. Editable PPT Visual Overview
Word Processing Skills KS2 Levels 1-6
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Word Processing Skills KS2 Levels 1-6

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I have created a series of lessons has been designed to increase your pupils’ word processing skills. The can be used during registration time or as stand-alone lessons. One major barrier to learning I encountered when asking children to use Microsoft Word was their lack of experience using Word’s basic functions. I have broken the key elements I believe primary school children should understand down into 6 separate child-led lessons. Level 1: Colour and font Level 2: Bullet points Level 3: Text boxes Level 4: Images Level 5: Spelling and grammar check Level 6: Symbols
Maths Curriculum/ Learning Pathway Whole School Overview
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Maths Curriculum/ Learning Pathway Whole School Overview

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A whole school pathway for Maths in Primary school following a child’s journey from EYFS to Secondary School. This pathway is linked directly to the White Rose material. This is a great visual tool for Govenors and OFSTED to give a brief but thorough overview of your curriculum. Editable PPT Visual Overview
Art Whole School Learning Pathway/Roadmap/Overview
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Art Whole School Learning Pathway/Roadmap/Overview

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A whole school pathway for Art in Primary school following a child’s journey from EYFS to Secondary School. I have been Art Lead for almost 3 years and I have included artists, dates, links to the national curriculum and skill coverage across each key stage. This is a great visual tool for Govenors and OFSTED to give a brief but thorough overview of your curriculum. My school works on a 2 year cycle but this could be adapted to say LKS2A is Year 3 and LKS2B is Year 4. Editable PPT Visual Overview
SEN Whole School Provision Web
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SEN Whole School Provision Web

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As a SENCo I found this particually useful to map out the provision we offer our pupils at my current school. The web is broken into 6 sections of learning: Individualised Support Indentification of needs Quality First Teaching Extra Curricular Provision Interventions Communication The provision we the provide is colour coded. This is great for parents and visitors to our website to get a clear overview of provision. This has been created on PowerPoint and is therefore editable.
Mayan Knowledge Organiser / Learning Mat
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Mayan Knowledge Organiser / Learning Mat

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Editable learning mat on the topic of the Mayan Civilization. Knowledge organiser designed to scaffold learning and provide new vocabulary to your Maya topic. A knowledge organiser is a set of key facts or information that pupils need to know and be able to recall in order to master a unit or topic. Provide the children with the knowledge organiser at the beginning of a topic or us it as a checklist of coverage. This resource is suitable for Key Stage Two. This resources includes: Map Vocabulary list Timeline Summary of Mayan culture Examples of the Mayan Language Entertaining Mayan facts. Credit to © OpenStreetMap contributors for the Map.
Abstract Art: Expressionism  Edvard Munch's The Scream  complete planning
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Abstract Art: Expressionism Edvard Munch's The Scream complete planning

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This series of lessons based on expressionism was created by an Art subject leader and takes thee children through research, understanding artwork, annotations, sketching, pastel techniques and final self assessment. This download includes the following resources: Complete planning document on Mircrosoft Word Layered Learning objectives 5 lessons with PowerPoints Planned using TEEP structure Vocabulary list Formative Assessment Grid Final review worksheet
STEM: KS1 How far can a sneeze travel?
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STEM: KS1 How far can a sneeze travel?

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KS1 Complete Lesson STEM inspired Biology; Germs and bodily functions This is a great lesson as part of a STEM project, a PSHCE topic or as a stand alone lesson. Designed to show how germs can spread and to encourage good hygiene, this lesson is engaging and practical and allows children to work scientifically. This lesson includes: Fact or fiction game Facts about sneezes Fully explained experiment
Geography Subject Leadership: Progressive Glossary of Geography  Terms Years 1-6
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Geography Subject Leadership: Progressive Glossary of Geography Terms Years 1-6

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As a foundation subject lead I created this glossary of art terminology/ extended vocabulary list to ensure that the children in my school had a broad range of vocabulary that could be used across the curriculum. I began with Year 1 and, based on National Curriculum progression documents, I compiled a list of vocabulary that the children should see, hear and be encouraged to use. I have added new vocabulary to deepen the children’s understanding and broaden their vocabulary for each year group. The vocabulary lists are broken into Key Stage 1 and 2 and are progressive showing high frequency words, sight words, vocabulary from the national curriculum and where appropriate, the year group spelling lists. These features are colour coded within the document. This list can be used by: Subject Leaders as part of progression documents and curriculum for the school. Teachers as a planning scaffold and an assessment tool to ensure children have a broad Geography curriculum. Teachers to deepen their subject knowledge. Teachers and subject leaders to promote high standards in vocabulary across the curriculum. To ensure Geography is linked to English and reading where possible. Pupils may find this resource useful as a check list in their sketchbooks at the beginning of each topic. My school have used this grid this year and we have noticed a great improvement in the children’s understanding of Geography vocabulary in their speech and through their writing in English.
Art Subject Leadership: Progressive Glossary of Art Terms Years 1-6
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Art Subject Leadership: Progressive Glossary of Art Terms Years 1-6

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As Art Subject Lead I created this glossary of art terminology/ extended vocabulary list to ensure that the children in my school had a broad range of vocabulary that could be used across the curriculum. I began with Year 1 and, based on National Curriculum progression documents, I compiled a list of vocabulary that the children should see, hear and be encouraged to use. I have added new vocabulary to deepen the children’s understanding and broaden their vocabulary for each year group. This can be seen in green. This list can be used by: Subject Leaders as part of progression documents and curriculum for the school. Teachers as a planning scaffold and an assessment tool to ensure children have a broad art curriculum. Teachers to deepen their subject knowledge. Teachers and subject leaders to promote high standards in vocabulary across the curriculum. To ensure Art is linked to English and reading where possible. Pupils may find this resource useful as a check list in their sketchbooks at the beginning of each topic. My school have used this grid this year and we have noticed a great improvement in the children’s understanding of art vocabulary in their speech and through their writing in English.
Evolution and Adaptation Charles Darwin Knowledge Organiser/ Learning Mat
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Evolution and Adaptation Charles Darwin Knowledge Organiser/ Learning Mat

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Learning mat on the topic of Evolution and Adaptation. Knowledge organiser designed to scaffold learning and provide new vocabulary to your Evolution and Adaptation topic. A knowledge organiser is a set of key facts or information that pupils need to know and be able to recall in order to master a unit or topic. Provide the children with the knowledge organiser at the beginning of a topic or us it as a checklist of coverage. This resource is suitable for Key Stage Two. This resources includes: • Map link • Vocabulary list • Breakdown of Evolution and Adaptation • Information on Charles Darwin • Examples of Natural Selection • Quote Credit to © OpenStreetMap contributors for the Map link.
Year 5/6 Spelling List Word Breakdown Short Lessons/ Starter Activities Term 1
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Year 5/6 Spelling List Word Breakdown Short Lessons/ Starter Activities Term 1

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I have compiled the list of National Curriculum Spellings for Years 5 and 6 and created a bank of short spelling sessions. This resource is designed to encourage children to understand the origin of spellings and help create meaning for spelling sessions. **Included ** • Each spelling has at least two slides/pages • I have defined meaning. • Explored and used the etymology • Fun facts of spelling to make the words more memorable. • Most spellings are accompanied by a short task. This is Term 1 I have broken them down into terms which should ensure that the word list is covered over the year. The resource is alphabetical and covers spellings A-C. I have created this resource in PDF and Activ Inspire Format.
Word Processing Skills KS2 Level 5: Spelling and grammar check
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Word Processing Skills KS2 Level 5: Spelling and grammar check

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I have created a series of lessons has been designed to increase your pupils’ word processing skills. The can be used during registration time or as stand alone lessons. One major barrier to learning I encountered when asking children to use Microsoft Word was their lack of experience using Word’s basic functions. I have broken the key elements I believe primary school children should understand down into 6 separate child-led lessons. I recommend that you first model the activities to the class and then let the children explore. This is Level 5: Spelling and grammar check
Word Processing Skills  KS2 Level 1: Colour and Font
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Word Processing Skills KS2 Level 1: Colour and Font

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I have created a series of lessons has been designed to increase your pupils’ word processing skills. The can be used during registration time or as stand alone lessons. One major barrier to learning I encountered when asking children to use Microsoft Word was their lack of experience using Word’s basic functions. I have broken the key elements I believe primary school children should understand down into 6 separate child-led lessons. I recommend that you first model the activities to the class and then let the children explore. This is Level 1 : Colour and font Level 2: Bullet points Level 3: Text boxes Level 4: Images Level 5: Spelling and grammar check Level 6: Symbols
Word Processing Skills KS2 Level 3: Text boxes
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Word Processing Skills KS2 Level 3: Text boxes

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I have created a series of lessons has been designed to increase your pupils’ word processing skills. The can be used during registration time or as stand alone lessons. One major barrier to learning I encountered when asking children to use Microsoft Word was their lack of experience using Word’s basic functions. I have broken the key elements I believe primary school children should understand down into 6 separate child-led lessons. I recommend that you first model the activities to the class and then let the children explore. This is Level 3: Text boxes
World Book Week Pirate Game
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World Book Week Pirate Game

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I have taken the original Pirate game from Mr Collins’ Maths Resources (I hope he doesn’t mind) and edited it for World Book Week. The rules are the same. I have just changed the symbols.
Year 5: Ourselves- Who am I?  Come and See RE
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Year 5: Ourselves- Who am I? Come and See RE

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Come and See RE Autumn 1 Ourselves: Who am I? Domestic Church- Family I have made a Smart Notebook for each Learning Focus for this unit. Please feel free to change it to match your needs. I have made this based on other free PowerPoints on the internet. If those creators have any problems, please contact me.
Poet or Song Lyrics? Reading/ English Starter KS2
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Poet or Song Lyrics? Reading/ English Starter KS2

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I have made 7 quick lesson starters which encourage the children to think about the purpose of writing and see the links between poetry and song lyrics. Great for getting Year 5 and 6 to think first thing! Each slide contains: lyrics/poetry verse new vocabulary in purple points to discuss based on inference underlined question prompts on each page Currently, this file consists of 7 short English starters for the new half term but I will add more to this document as I create them.