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Examples from a set of statements for pupils to make self assessment.
These guidelines outline the three types of activities in the NC Order for Design and Technology.
This provides the ICT background knowledge essential for understanding Digital Video which appears to have been omitted in the National Curriculum. This information is in use in five schools in Birmingham and Dudley. (Jan 2012: This 2007...
This is a collection of web links to a comprehensive selection of sites which allow you to create your own worksheets in a variety of curriculum areas including Literacy and Numeracy and covering stages from Foundation to Level 4.
This activity has been developed to fit in with QCA KS2 Unit 9: What was it like for children in the Second World War? Section 4: What was it like to be an evacuee? And also KS3 Unit 18: Hot war, cold war why did the major...
The Depict Project uses an integrated approach to laptop, Internet and mobile phone technology to allow pupils to visit a remote location (in this instance the Botanical Gardens) and feedback live data transmissions, via the Internet, to...
A spelling memory challenge linked to places used in QCA unit 15. An image and the first letter of each word is given.
A medium-term planning tool offering learning objectives, teaching activities, learning outcomes, points to note/resources, and teaching and learning opportunities for each strand.
Independent review of the teaching of early reading Final Report, Jim Rose, March 2006
Keynote address to “Raising the achievement of white working class pupils”, National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, 21 September 2009. Dr. Steve Strand Associate Professor University of Warwick
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