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Key Stage 1

Key Stage 1

Maths

Subtraction Structures: What's the Story?


This lesson helps children understand that there are at least 3 different story structures behind the subtraction operation. These structures underpin both word problems and the strategies we use for solving a subtraction calculation. This lesson can be used to introduce a sequence of learning in subtraction or to consolidate prior learning.



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Computing

Algorithms: What is an algorithm?


Join Computing expert Amy Welsh for a lesson which explores algorithms, how they work, what they are used for and how we can create them ourselves.





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English

Question marks: Questions, Questions

In this lesson, you will explore the English objective of introducing question marks to demarcate sentences. Children will recap their understanding of sentence punctuation and extend this to include punctuating questions. They will practise using their new knowledge to sort sentences and add full stops and question marks.


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PSHE

Relationships: Loneliness and Helping others


In this session, you will explore the concept of loneliness, what it looks like, how to spot the difference between loneliness and being alone, and how to help others. You may wish to separate the learning activities to meet the needs of your timetable and learners, split point suggestions have been highlighted within the lesson plan.



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History

Changes within Living Memory: What were toys like in the 1950s?


Take your pupils back to the 1950s and help them discover what toys were like during this time. In this lesson, your pupils will be introduced to the key terms 'continuity' and 'change' to help them spot similarities and differences between the toys they play with today and those played with back in the 1950s.



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Key Stage 2

RE

Why do some religions have shared stories?


Join RE expert, Matt Lane, as he shares a lesson/lessons allowing children to explore and discuss the shared history and stories of Christianity and Islam. This comprehensive lesson can be split across 3 sessions according to your needs and the needs of your learners. It will explore the stories of Noah (Bible) and Nuh (A.S.) (Qur'an) and discuss the shared history of Christianity and Islam.


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History

The Roman Empire and its impact on Britain


Join History expert, Glenn Carter, as he shares a lesson designed to deepen children's understanding of what an empire is and how they work. In this lesson, your pupils will identify some of the main features of an empire like trade, tax and invasion. They will also identify the purpose of an empire through the acquisition of land and resource.



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