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An assembly all the world’s best snack. This class assembly looks at the cocoa bean’s journey to chocolate. It introduces the idea of fair trade benefiting farmers and communities.
Adaptable assembly script of the Biblical character Esther, perfect for anti-bullying week or encuraging children to make right choices.
Effective assessment pack for all of the foundation subjects for years 1-6. Includes assessments for: Art, Computing, DT, Geography, History, PE, RE, Music, MFL, Science topics and working scientifically.
A set of well written pastoral comments for your students reports. Believe me you will save a hell of a lot of time!
A reading comprehension that tells the story of a World War evacuee who is sent to the Devon countryside. Having been sent to live with the Hardiman’s, Robert discovers that the old man’s longtime ambition is to catch the much sought after ‘Old Percy’ - a huge 40lb pike that has never before been caught.
A good resource for combining reading practice, SATs revision and Easter.
A 3 page reading comprehension based on a 1st person diary entry of someone living in Judea. The narrative is based on the trial of Jesus, the role of Pontius Pilate and the release of Barabbas.
A poem consisting of 8 stanzas that explains Henry’s sixth wives. Good cross-curricular link between English, poetry writing and history. Poetry contains examples of alliteration, repetition, metaphor, rhyme and rhythm.
A ppt presentation, a video activity with questions and answers, a set of questions on George Washington and an interesting homework activity for the students to produce a cartoon.
This 1 week scheme of work involves taking a closer look at the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD79 and it's devastating effect on Pompeii. Lessons include researching different types of volcanoes, group drama tasks (acting out events and reactions to the eruption), watching a time-lapse clip of how events unfolded etc..
An excellent example of a non-chronological report about the Spanish Armada that could be used in a topic approach in English or for History cross-curricular writing.
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