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Maths – A Lesson on Shapes

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An uncut lesson on maths through shapes. Year 2 teacher Pritti Poole teaches a maths lesson looking at shapes. By beginning the lesson with a game she engages and encourages her pupils to think about the features of ...

Pop Down Your Local

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How schools can successfully link with local libraries Gone are the days of dusty books and keeping quiet, this programme shows how schools can successfully link with their local public library, using a variety of re...

Literacy – Role Play, Reading Aloud and Oral Storytelling

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Immersing KS2 pupils in literature to boost writing standards At Redlands Primary School in Fareham, the Year 6 class stages a chat show to explore the feelings of the characters in their book. Teacher Claire Simmon...

Melcombe Primary School, Year 5, Maths

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Year 5 pupils learn multiplication by using the grid method Florence Robertson takes her mixed ability Year 5s at Melcombe Primary School for a maths lesson, where they continue to develop their multiplication skills...

Melcombe Primary School, Year 2, English

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Using puppets to learn new sounds to aid reading and writing In their weekly phonics lessons, Year 2s at Melcombe Primary School learn two new sounds with the aid of puppets, which they can then apply to their readin...

Maths at Melcombe Primary School

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An uncut lesson on multiplication and division with KS1 KS1 teacher Kerry Lee introduces her mixed Year 1/2 class to 'cups', part of a new scheme of work to develop multiplication and division skills at Melcombe Prim...

Hi Tech Transition

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How two schools use ICT to ease pupils' transition to secondary This programme shows how two schools use ICT to take the trauma out of transition. Painsley Catholic College in Staffordshire uses video conferencing to...

Young Carers

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Powerful stories from some of Britain's 175,000 young carers Powerful personal stories from some of Britain's 175,000 young carers who look after relatives battling with illness and addiction. Their childhoods cut sh...

Bristol Schools – Fighting Back

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Find out why Bristol's schools are the country's second-worst "Bad schools, bad teachers, bad students". This was the damning verdict delivered on Bristol schools by a local newspaper. Bristol's secondary schools ...

The Games Children Play

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ICT learning and videogames in primary and secondary classrooms The UK is the world's third largest market for video and computer games, generating sales of over one billion pounds a year. Amid hot debate, computer ...

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