Teaching Skills & Resources

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Written by James Crane, Making Every PE Lesson Count: Six principles to support great physical education teaching provides realistic and practical strategies that will help teachers make abstract ideas more concrete and meaningful in both practical and theory PE.

Writing in the engaging style of the award-winning Making Every Lesson Count series, James Crane articulates the fundamentals of great PE teaching and shares simple and practical strategies designed to challenge students across all aspects of the subject. In an age of educational quick fixes and ever-moving goalposts, this precise and timely book returns to the fundamental questions that all PE teachers must consider: ‘What can I do to help my students thrive in the wide world of physical education?’

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📚 101 ways to save time, cut your workload and enhance your creativity using Artificial Intelligence #AI 🤖

This comprehensive guide shares innovative ways to effectively integrate artificial intelligence into primary education, enhancing learning experiences and streamlining administrative tasks for teachers.

For educators burdened by bureaucratic tasks that divert precious time from actual teaching, this book offers a lifeline. It showcases how AI-powered tools can alleviate administrative burdens, enabling teachers to focus more on crafting personalised and imaginative lessons that resonate with young minds. From automating report-writing processes to facilitating content creation, the book imparts tangible methods to streamline workflows and elevate teaching quality.
Some creative ideas and a great offer this term!

Primary

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A Curriculum of Hope
Opening Doors to a Richer English Curriculum for Ages 10 to 13

Secondary

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The VESPA Handbook builds on the success of Steve and Martin’s acclaimed books, The A Level Mindset and The GCSE Mindset, by introducing 40 new activities that will help teachers improve the grades of their students. The handbook is a perfect introduction to the VESPA approach, as well as a practical addition to previous resources 📗

Just like their previous books, The VESPA Handbook will help teachers develop the five key characteristics and behaviours that students need in order to regulate their own learning: vision, effort, systems, practice and attitude 💡 When it comes to achieving academic success, these characteristics are crucial. The ability of students to have a vision, commit the effort, be organised, practise and revise well and have a positive attitude and good work ethic ar
Detailing the most up to date research into improving learning and retention, it takes us on a journey into test-enhanced learning, spaced retrieval practice, motivation, metacognition and personalisation. In so doing, the book provides a blueprint for all teachers and schools to improve the academic outcomes of their students and to achieve this in ways that improve the motivation of learners and reduces the workload for teachers.

Revision

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Eduqas GCSE French
Crown House Publishing
Eduqas GCSE French Teacher Guide

GCSE Textbooks - Eduqas, WJEC & CBAC

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Here you will find a collection of written work produced by school children aged 10-13 who were inspired by Part 1: Opening doors to poetry - Unit 1. Go and Open the Door – ‘The Door’ by Miroslav Holub.
Opening Doors to a Richer English Curriculum for Ages 6 to 9
Opening Doors to Quality Writing - Pupils' Work (ages 6–9)

Opening Doors - A collection of pupils work who have been inspired by this series

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Aims to empower teachers to support students on a comprehensive and coherent journey through school mathematics. Showcasing the best models, metaphors and representations, it provides excellent examples, explanations and exercises that can be used across the curriculum.
Making Every Maths Lesson Count
Forty Pence Each or Two for a Pound

English & Maths

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Don’t Send Him in Tomorrow
On the fringes
The Teacher’s Guide to SEN

Special Educational Needs (SEN)

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Martin Griffin and Jon Mayhew’s Storycraft: How to teach narrative writing is an inspiring and practical resource to support secondary school teachers in developing their students’ creative writing. The perfect accompaniment to the English GCSE!

Storycraft - A collection of GCSE English tips

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Making Every PE Lesson Count: Six principles to support great physical education teaching
Written by James Crane, Making Every PE Lesson Count: Six principles to support great physical education teaching provides realistic and practical strategies that will help teachers make abstract ideas more concrete and meaningful in both practical and theory PE. Writing in the engaging style of the award-winning Making Every Lesson Count series, James Crane articulates the fundamentals of great PE teaching and shares simple and practical strategies designed to challenge students across all aspects of the subject. In an age of educational quick fixes and ever-moving goalposts, this precise and timely book returns to the fundamental questions that all PE teachers must consider: ‘What can I do to help my students thrive in the wide world of physical education?’
the vespa handbook sits on a green surface next to pens and paper clips
The VESPA Handbook: 40 new activities to boost student commitment, motivation and productivity
The VESPA Handbook builds on the success of Steve and Martin’s acclaimed books, The A Level Mindset and The GCSE Mindset, by introducing 40 new activities that will help teachers improve the grades of their students. The handbook is a perfect introduction to the VESPA approach, as well as a practical addition to previous resources 📗 Just like their previous books, The VESPA Handbook will help teachers develop the five key characteristics and behaviours that students need in order to regulate their own learning: vision, effort, systems, practice and attitude 💡 When it comes to achieving academic success, these characteristics are crucial. The ability of students to have a vision, commit the effort, be organised, practise and revise well and have a positive attitude and good work ethic ar
📚 101 ways to save time, cut your workload and enhance your creativity using Artificial Intelligence #AI 🤖

This comprehensive guide shares innovative ways to effectively integrate artificial intelligence into primary education, enhancing learning experiences and streamlining administrative tasks for teachers.

For educators burdened by bureaucratic tasks that divert precious time from actual teaching, this book offers a lifeline. It showcases how AI-powered tools can alleviate administrative burdens, enabling teachers to focus more on crafting personalised and imaginative lessons that resonate with young minds. From automating report-writing processes to facilitating content creation, the book imparts tangible methods to streamline workflows and elevate teaching quality. Teacher's Quotes, Spelling Lessons, School Staff And Teachers Appreciation, Teacher's Blog, Psychology Degree
Artificial Intelligence in the Primary Classroom
📚 101 ways to save time, cut your workload and enhance your creativity using Artificial Intelligence #AI 🤖 This comprehensive guide shares innovative ways to effectively integrate artificial intelligence into primary education, enhancing learning experiences and streamlining administrative tasks for teachers. For educators burdened by bureaucratic tasks that divert precious time from actual teaching, this book offers a lifeline. It showcases how AI-powered tools can alleviate administrative burdens, enabling teachers to focus more on crafting personalised and imaginative lessons that resonate with young minds. From automating report-writing processes to facilitating content creation, the book imparts tangible methods to streamline workflows and elevate teaching quality.
Written by Ginny Bootman, Independent Thinking on Being a SENDCO: 113 tips for building relationships, saving time and changing lives is an informative guide that identifies simple, tried and tested ways to build and cement strong relationships between all those who work with children with additional needs, whether they are teachers, parents, carers or outside agencies. Independent Thinking, Building Relationships, Saving Time, Strong Relationship, Working With Children, Save Time, Life Changes, Cement
Independent Thinking on Being a SENDCO
Written by Ginny Bootman, Independent Thinking on Being a SENDCO: 113 tips for building relationships, saving time and changing lives is an informative guide that identifies simple, tried and tested ways to build and cement strong relationships between all those who work with children with additional needs, whether they are teachers, parents, carers or outside agencies.
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Opening Doors to Ambitious Primary English Pitching high and including all
Provides both big principles and a toolkit of strategies all carefully selected to support the design of a deeper, more creative and more expansive English curriculum. Together with Leah Crawford, Angela Jenkins and Julie Sargent, Bob Cox has compiled this rich resource, complete with vivid illustrations by Victoria Cox, to help teachers enhance their learners' engagement with challenging texts and develop their writing skills as budding wordsmiths.
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Powerful Questioning: Strategies for improving learning and retention in the classroom
An evidence-based examination of the power of questioning in the classroom and how it can be improved.
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That Behaviour Book: The simple truth about teaching children
Written by Stephen Baker, That Behaviour Book: The simple truth about teaching children is an essential book for every teacher, providing an engaging and unique mix of anecdotes, practical strategies and moral imperatives for successful and child-centred behaviour management.
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Botheredness®: Stories, stance and pedagogy by Hywel Roberts
Written by Hywel Roberts, Botheredness®: Stories, stance and pedagogy is a funny, engaging and rapturous read that will inspire teachers to reclaim their professional imagination and reignite the excitement they felt when they entered the teaching profession. It’s about botheredness – a made-up word that everyone understands.
Celebrate British Science Week with some great ideas from Emily Hunt and her 15-Minute STEM Books. 
Quick, creative science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities for 5–11-year-olds. Insect Identification, Stem Books, Science Technology, Magnifying Glass, Book 1, Creative Ideas
Celebrating British Science Week
Some creative ideas and a great offer this term!
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Test-Enhanced Learning by Kristian Still
Detailing the most up to date research into improving learning and retention, it takes us on a journey into test-enhanced learning, spaced retrieval practice, motivation, metacognition and personalisation. In so doing, the book provides a blueprint for all teachers and schools to improve the academic outcomes of their students and to achieve this in ways that improve the motivation of learners and reduces the workload for teachers.
the cover of square pegs
Square Pegs: Inclusivity, compassion and fitting in – a guide for schools
Written by Fran Morgan with Ellie Costello and edited by Ian Gilbert, Square Pegs: Inclusivity, compassion and fitting in – a guide for schools is a book for educators who find themselves torn between a government/Ofsted narrative around behaviour, attendance and attainment, and their own passion for supporting square pegs and their families.
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Conceptual Maths by Peter Mattock
Aims to empower teachers to support students on a comprehensive and coherent journey through school mathematics. Showcasing the best models, metaphors and representations, it provides excellent examples, explanations and exercises that can be used across the curriculum.
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Independent Thinking on Nature-Based Learning by Alexia Barrable
Written by Dr Alexia Barrable, Independent Thinking on Nature-Based Learning: Improving learning and well-being by teaching with nature in mind is an engaging and insightful take on how educators can deliver more outdoor- and nature-oriented learning opportunities for the benefit of their pupils’ mental and physical well-being.