Intended for 5 to 11 year olds, this book covers the key elements of both Scottish 5-14 guidelines and the National Literacy Strategy. With the help of activities, it aims to develop language skills, such as grammar, punctuation, spelling, comprehension, and poetry.
A colourful student-friendly textbook covering all three Units required for all awarding bodies for the new GCSE in Health and Social Care: Health Social Care & Early Years Provision, Promoting Health & Wellbeing and Understanding Personal Development and Relationships. Included are case studies and activities, plus in-text questions to check students' understanding, all written in a straightforward way for students across the full ability range. An accompanying teacher support pack, providing background material and resources on all aspects of the course, including specific tests for each awarding body (OCR, Edexcel and AQA), is also available.
English for Lower Attainers is designed to meet the needs of those children in the Junior years, whose reading and writing skills are below the average for their year. These children may not achieve their full potential in the whole-class shared section of the literacy lesson because of the complexity of the shared texts involved. English for Lower Attainers aims to provide: texts related to the range section for the appropriate year of the National Literacy Strategy Framework; texts with a reading ability level two years below chronological age; tasks which support reading and provide a bridge into writing; practice in essential word and sentence skills, in the context of a complete text; clear and supportive notes for teachers or assistants.
Activity Banks Self-Esteem is part of a photocopiable PSHE scheme addressing Key Issues facing teachers and students in Secondary schools. Self-Esteem encourages young people to be assertive, have personal goals, recognise their strengths and take control of their lives. Addresses key areas of concern for teenagers and how to deal with them, such as stress, criticism, failure and pressure.
Bright and lively textbook written specifically for the OCR GCSE in P.E. (1970), with the aim of helping lower achieving students (Grade C/D or below) obtain a better grasp of each P.E. topic and improve their examination performance.
Lively, well-illustrated material containing all the requirements for the new short course specifications for GCSE Citizenship for AQA, Edexcel and OCR exam courses, written by an author team of considerable experience. Six main themes covered, using case studies. Exam matching guide included. Teacher Guide, Coursework Support File and supporting website are also available.