Morning everyone! A while ago, I posted on Twitter that I had designed some jobs badges for my classroom and they were VERY popular with lots of people asking me to upload them when they were done... To just share how I'm using them in my classroom: I've laminated them to make them reusable! Each … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: Jobs badges
As a big reader, I am a massive massive fan of encouraging my children to think about what they're reading and reflecting on it. One of the things that I inherited when I moved into Year 6 almost 2 years ago was reading journals and I have embraced them fully, but also changed their use! … Continue reading Classroom fun: reading journals!
I'm a massive fan of teaching guided reading (in facct, besides Maths, it's actually my favourite thing to teach). Finding that book that just ignites the passion and love in a class is exceptional. I'm also incredibly lucky to work in a school where my opinion matters and they trust that what I'm teaching is … Continue reading Guided reading – it’s not all about questions!
Good morning everyone! When we went into lockdown, I started making Maths calendars to share with everyone and now that we’re starting a new academic year, I was thinking about how to change them so that people could still use them and they’re still appropriate for all year groups. The problem I ran into was … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: Maths calendars: Redo October
Hello! I don't normally post on a Saturday night, but I posted a picture on Twitter last night that started to cause a bit of a stir and a few people were interested in what I'd produced, so I HOPE this blog post explains what the resource is and why/how I use it! So yesterday … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: Fluency checks
Morning everyone! Today, I have a very exciting thing for you all... or rather TWO exciting things! About a year ago now, the gorgeous humans of Chicken House approached me to write some resources around a brand new book they were publishing, and I HAPPILY agreed! Then, a few months ago, Nina (publicist extraordinaire) asked … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Angharad Walker
Good morning everyone! When we went into lockdown, I started making Maths calendars to share with everyone and now that we're starting a new academic year, I was thinking about how to change them so that people could still use them and they're still appropriate for all year groups. The problem I ran into was … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: Maths calendars – a redo!
Reading Recharged: an invaluable book filled with incredible ideas for reading! Reading Recharged includes a wide range of creative ideas, top tips and photocopiable activities for KS1 and KS2. The book is designed to spark a love of reading for pleasure alongside covering all seven reading skills from the National Curriculum (vocabulary, inference, summarising, predicting, commentating, … Continue reading Reading teachers? Look out for Reading Recharged
Morning everyone! I hope you’re all doing well! I’m popping by on your timeline to share something new around here! For anyone who is new around here, I’ve been sharing Maths calendars for a year now and I wanted to branch out and try something SPAG-y. I asked on twitter if these would be something … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: June KS2 SPAG calendars
Morning everyone! I hope you’re all doing well! For anyone who is new around here, I’ve been sharing Maths calendars for a year now and I wanted to continue to branch out and try something SPAG-y – last month, I shared the first SPAG and phonics versions of those calendars and they were super popular, … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: June phonics calendars