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KS1/2 English – A Good Read – Varjak Paw

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Author SF Said discusses his work with Year 4 pupils from Croydon 'Varjak Paw' won the Smarties Prize Gold Award; but what makes it such a good book? The author, SF Said, spends an afternoon with Year 4 teacher Carl ...

KS1/2 MFL – Absolute Beginner

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A primary teacher learns and teaches French at the same time Year 3 teacher Andy Gaunt is facing the biggest challenge of his professional career - and one which will be common to many primary teachers. He is teachin...

KS1/2 Science – As Easy As CPD 1

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Two science teachers plan lessons on light As part of their continuing professional development, Birmingham primary teachers Claire Duncan and Sukhbinder Bachra work together to plan two creative science lessons on l...

KS2 History – Teaching Chronology

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Chronology activities put into practice in a primary school If your pupils have difficulties with chronological understanding, you may be stuck for ideas, or find that the old techniques have become tired. Hea...

KS2 Science – Electricity: Lesson Review

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A primary teacher introducing circuits analyses her lesson A review of KS2 Science, Electricity and Circuits. Year 6 teacher Zoe Lowe talks to Science Inspector Steve Davies about the methods she used when introduci...

KS3/4 Antarctica – A Future in the Balance

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A look at the political and environmental issues in Antarctica This programme, designed to stimulate debate in KS3/4 Citizenship lessons, looks at the key political and environmental issues around Antarctica. It offe...

Fractions and Percentages: Packed Lunch Survey

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For primary maths, pupils discuss what they're eating for lunch This video can be used as a lesson starter with KS2 pupils. It features a mathematical problem on fractions and percentages. In the clip a girl carries...

Personal Writing: Two Sides of Jane

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Funny character descriptions designed for KS2 English lessons This funny character description could be used to inspire some work on descriptive writing. This video lesson starter is designed for use in KS2 English l...

How We See Light

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A KS2 science idea, linking vision with light entering the eye In this mini-documentary we meet Alex and his guide dog Leo. Alex is virtually blind. It is a congenital condition and means that any light that does ent...

Primary Small Schools – Small Can Still be Beautiful

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Overcoming challenges to benefit pupils in two small schools Small schools, those with fewer than 100 pupils, face big problems because of limited budgets, limited numbers of staff and children, and isolation in rura...

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