Year 5 / KS 2 (Key Stage 2)

Wake up, Shake up! An active start to the school day

by Rachael Moss

Key Points

  • Improve punctuality in your school;
  • Enable children to start the day feeling energised and ready to learn;
  • Increase the amount of physical activity in your school without impacting curriculum time.
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Moving into compact methods of calculation – procedure versus conceptual understanding.

by Kate Frood

Key Points

  • Compact methods sooner?
  • Procedure versus conceptual understanding
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Music in the Curriculum

by Katie Butler

Key Points

  • A whole school term-long project with song at its heart
  • Each year-group’s song is the starting-point for the term’s curriculum – culminating in performance
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Personal Finance Education for schools: Welcome to the Town of Edith Neville

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Key Points

  • A hands on, interactive way of deveoloping your pupils’ Personal Finance Education?
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Leadership and Management – from good to outstanding

by Rob Earrey

Key Points

  • The actions we took to move leadership and management from good to outstanding
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Using the Growth Mind-set approach to narrow the gap

by Gwenneth Lee

Key Points

Our aim was to use evidence based practice to close the attainment gap between children entitled to Pupil Premium and others

 

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Curriculum Development at Torriano Primary School

by Susan Bush

Key Points

  • UNICEF’s Rights Respecting Schools Award Programme underpins the whole school ethos and is central to our curriculum development;
  • Innovative, whole-school themes are planned each term involving all stakeholders
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School sports collaborative – inclusive sports festival

by Paul Lambert

Key Points

  • Provides opportunity for competitive sport for all children, not only talented
  • Easy-to-resource sports involve all
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One-to-one iPads – embedding IT across all teaching and learning

by Rob Earrey

Key Points

  • Using iPads to engage and excite all learners; truly embedding IT across all teaching and learning
  • Using iPads as teaching and learning tool NOT just as a presentational tool; preparing children for careers and IT in work
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Pupil Premium: Supporting the whole child to achieve aspirational targets through rich provision

by Sean Cranitch

Key Points

  • Start with the aspiration not with the analysis (avoid the data trap!)
  • Give top quality teachers the time to help pupil premium children excel!
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