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Teach or Cheat

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Responding to dilemmas posed by league tables Ted Wragg directs teachers and managers using role play to provide solutions to challenging problems. Led by Professor Ted Wragg, our panel of educational experts explore...

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Springboard Maths

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A scheme designed to support KS2 children with numeracy problems We follow a teaching assistant at the Prince Albert School in Birmingham using a range of support methods with a small withdrawal group of Year 5 stude...

KS1/2 Drama – A Workshop with Cecily O’Neill

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An expert drama teacher offers practical tips for teachers Dr. Cecily O'Neill, an internationally-renowned expert on the use of drama in education, runs a workshop with Year 4 children, holds a discussion group with ...

Attendance and Punctuality: Carrots and Sticks

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Using the carrot and stick approach to improve attendance When Jill Hislop arrived at Haywood school in Nottingham as the new head teacher, attendance and punctuality were poor and many children felt school was not f...

Outward Bound

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A group of students experience a week of outdoor activities A mixed-age group from Rhodesway School in inner-city Bradford spends a week at the Outward Bound Centre at Ullswater in the Lake District. The Outward Bou...

Monitoring Early Progress

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Discover various assessment methods at three Early Years centres Clapham Manor Children's Centre understands the importance of assessing the children to ensure that they are developing and progressing to their full p...

Storytelling: Miserly Farmer

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A Punjabi story for KS1 creative writing and storytelling This Punjabi story offers the first couple of minutes of a traditional story performed with shadow puppets. The story sets up the basic plot, introduces the m...

KS2 Science – Making Shadows

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KS2 science ideas using shadowgraph theatre to explain light A little shadowgraph theatre provides a good way to show how shadows are formed by blocking a light source. The light source in this instance is a simple a...

Numeracy: Decimals and Rotational Symmetry

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Using ICT to teach abstract concepts in numeracy ICT can be a really useful tool for helping pupils develop mental images of abstract topics in numeracy, as primary maths consultant Darren Ellsum tells us in introduc...

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KS3/4 Dance – Introducing Dance at KS3

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Increasing awareness of dance at Key Stage 3 A programme which takes a look at how one East London school uses workshops to engage children with dance. Year 8 Pupils at Jo Richardson School are introduced to Street,...

KS3/4 Maths – Motivating Maths at GCSE: Outdoor Trigonometry

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A teacher motivates his pupils out of the classroom Hampshire maths teacher Andy Grice tackles trigonometry with his GCSE pupils and gets away from traditional textbook teaching by taking them out of the classroom. T...

Demonstrating Chemistry: The Science of Fireworks

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A demonstration of fireworks experiments for KS3/4 science Matthew Tosh shows us the science behind firework displays which can't be performed in the classroom. In an explosive programme Matthew shows us his persona...

Writing a Mystery Story – Jewellery Box

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KS1/KS2 literacy: opening a jewellery box has unexpected results This is a stimulus for writing a mystery story in KS1 or KS2 English. It can be played on an interactive whiteboard and used as a lesson starter. A wom...

Work on the Farm

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Urban pupils spend a week on a Devon farm: KS1/2 science This video shows a group of children visiting a farm in this video resource for use with pupils in primary science. The children take part in typical farm acti...

How We Hear

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Hide-and-seek shows how ears locate sounds, for KS1/2 science Two children are playing hide and seek in the woods. It is cold and Gabby is wearing earmuffs. We see the fun they are having but Gabby is having trouble ...

Homework High

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Six years ago homework was completed by less than 20% of the students at Carwarden House , and Ofsted had highlighted it as an area for concern. Carwarden House is a Special School with pupils aged from 8 to 19, al...

Zero to Infinity

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Marcus du Sautoy explores the diverse world of numbers The series where mathematician Marcus du Sautoy combines visual demonstrations with his unique gift for explanation. In this programme, Marcus explains how huma...

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Primary Gifted and Talented – Classroom Practice

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Helping gifted and talented pupils reach their full potential Gifted pupils are those with a particular or potential ability in one or more academic subjects, while the term talented is used for pupils with an aptitu...

Emma Penzer

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Jo Owen helps Emma Penzer determine if she is ready for headship In this programme, Jo Owen visits an experienced deputy head to find out if she has the skills and the motivation to take on headship. Emma Penzer, Dep...

Violence

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An insight into the effects of extreme bullying on one teenager Not every school will have experience of violent bullying, but this shocking account by a 15-year-old boy demonstrates how far bullying can go if left u...

Disability

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How differences in appearance can trigger bullying episodes Bullying can affect children at any age, but the transition from primary to secondary school is a particularly delicate one. Bullied is a series of assemb...

Appearance

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How differences in appearance can trigger bullying episodes Bullying can affect children at any age, but the transition from primary to secondary school is a particularly delicate one. Bullied is a series of assembl...