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European Maps
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European Maps

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Upper KS2 Geography; Maps; Europe. Looking at countries on a European map. Intended lesson outcomes: - find key European countries on a map - identify their relation to the UK - identify characteristics of European countries
Writing Instructions
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Writing Instructions

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A weekly plan with resources for Writing Instructions. Used for a Year 3 class. Looking at Imperative Verbs, Chronological and Non-chronological reports and writing instructions, linked to planting seeds (from Science topic - Plants).
Staying safe in the sun
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Staying safe in the sun

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Lesson plan and SMART Notebook file for a PSHEE lesson on how to stay safe in the sun. This lesson was taught as part of a 'Health Week' in school. Aimed at Year 3 children.
Editable Visual Timetable
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Editable Visual Timetable

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Editable visual timetable that included loads of different subjects, which you can use or change to suit your needs. It’s in PowerPoint, so is really easy to use.
Context, Purpose and Receiver
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Context, Purpose and Receiver

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Lesson outcomes: Understand how context and the receiver can change the lexis and register of speech and look at examples of speech and label their purpose. A Level English
Water Treatment
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Water Treatment

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AQA Environmental Studies Unit 2; Hydrosphere. Looking at how we can treat water to make it potable.
Our Moving Earth
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Our Moving Earth

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Presentation and worksheet for Key Stage 2 Science. Earth travelling around the Sun and spinning on its axis. Lesson. The outcomes of the lesson is for pupils to be able to describe the movement of Earth. Worksheet is fill in the blank activity from what they would have looked at in the presentation.
Formation of romantic relationships AQA A
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Formation of romantic relationships AQA A

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PSYA3 (Psychology AQA A) A-Level. Formation of romantic relationships. Power point presentation. The outcomes of this lesson is to be able to outline and evaluate the formation of romantic relationships - Reward/Needs Satisfaction theory.