After pollination has taken place, the flower of a plant will be full of seeds. Its next step is to get rid of these seeds to ensure its survival. In order to get the best chance of survival for future plants, the seeds must be dispersed.
What do you think ‘seed dispersal’ means?
Why do you think the seeds need to be dispersed?
In this lesson childen are going to observe how seeds can be dispersed in variety of ways.
At the end this lesson, children will be able to explain why seed dispersal is important by using their scientific understanding.
Children’s mobility is a common experience for most schools but some experience significant numbers of pupils moving in and out of the school, which means that this phenomenon becomes a significant challenge for the school and both the mobile and stable communities of pupils.
Managing high levels of pupil mobility well is essential to ensure the school provides the best education for all of its pupils. New arrivals need to receive a good welcome, integrate quickly and begin to achieve, whilst those leaving will need support and help to ensure their exit is smooth and that they are well prepared for their next school.
To meet the needs of EAL children’s educational and moral needs, a formative assessment tool is necessary. This will enable the school to track the language attainment of the pupils as they progress towards independent learning.
EAL - English Assessment Pack
EAL - Assessment Tracking Sheet
Students who are new to the school need to be profiled effectively, so that their needs are met appropriately. This document will you help know more about the student and set a responsive target for them to achieve.