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Please note: Electronic publications are non-refundable and not eligible for exchange once purchased through the website

 

Meeting the Needs of the Most Able: Guidance for Primary and Secondary Schools

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Able Pupils

Without a whole school approach to the support and provision for the most able, led by a committed Senior Leadership Team, any school risks an ad hoc approach which may lead to the significant underachievement of some of the most able pupils

These new guidelines for primary and secondary schools offer practical advice and resources in meeting the needs of the most able. They are intended to support schools in examining what is already in place for these learners and in developing a thorough whole school approach based on a shared understanding of what meeting their needs requires.

For Senior Leaders the guidelines support schools in a review of systems and structures including identification in all subjects, an audit of current provision, tracking progress and how to include the school’s support for the most able in the school’s self-evaluation.

For those with a lead role in meeting the needs of the most able the guidelines include advice on starting points, approaches to teaching and learning and addressing key issues like transition and underachievement. For primary schools, classroom ideas in all subjects are also included.

All of the grids included in the guidelines are provided as templates for schools to adapt for their own use.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  


Art and Design Progression

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Art and Design

Art and Design Progression - Written by Alison Kirk (Associate LPDS Consultant for Art and Design).

Art and Design Progression builds on the Lancashire Key Learning for Art and Design by introducing suggested Year Group Expectations within each of the separate areas of media that children should work with across Early Years and the Primary Phase.

It exemplifies progression in the eight areas covered.

 

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


LPDS National Curriculum Assessment Materials - Electronic Version

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Assessment

Written by the Lancashire Professional Development Service (LPDS) Teaching and Learning Consultants, these assessment materials are directly linked to the expectations of the National Curriculum and will enable class teachers and senior leaders to track the progress and attainment of children against 'Key Learning Indicators of Performance' (KLIPs) in Reading, Writing and Mathematics, ‘Scientific Knowledge and Conceptual Understanding and Working Scientifically Skills’ in Science and against 'End of Year Expectations' in the Foundation Subjects.

These materials have been written to inform planning and support high quality teaching and learning across the primary phase whilst at the same time providing a simple and time effective method of assessing the learning of children from Years 1 to 6 in Reading, Writing, Maths, Science and the Foundation Subjects.

These materials are compatible with the Lancashire Electronic Tracking tool and include:

Core Subjects

  • English: Reading and Writing Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs)
  • Mathematics: Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs)
  • Science: Scientific Knowledge and Conceptual Understanding and Working Scientifically Skills

Foundation Subjects - End of Year Expectations

  • Art and Design
  • Computing
  • Design and Technology
  • Geography
  • History
  • Languages (KS2)
  • Music
  • Physical Education

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

 


LPDS National Curriculum Assessment Materials - Foundation Subjects

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Assessment

Written by the Lancashire Professional Development Service (LPDS) Teaching and Learning Consultants, these assessment materials are directly linked to the expectations of the National Curriculum and will enable class teachers and senior leaders to track the progress and attainment of children against 'End of Year Expectations' in the Foundation Subjects.

These materials have been written to inform planning and support high quality teaching and learning across the primary phase whilst at the same time providing a simple and time effective method of assessing the learning of children from Years 1 to 6 in the Foundation Subjects.

We are now pleased to be able to offer these documents for individual subjects.

These materials are compatible with the Lancashire Electronic Tracking tool and include:

Foundation Subjects - End of Year Expectations

  • Art and Design
  • Computing
  • Design and Technology
  • Geography
  • History
  • Languages (KS2)
  • Music
  • Physical Education

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  


 

Stepping up for SENDCOs: Auditing SEND Provision and Evaluating Impact on Pupil Progress - Online

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Cross-Curricular

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Stepping up for SENDCOs: Auditing SEND Provision and Evaluating Impact on Pupil Progress - Online

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Cross-Curricular

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EYFS - A Framework to Support Curriculum Planning

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Early Years

A tool for schools and settings working with children aged 3-5 years

This publication supports practitioners working in EYFS (nursery and reception classes) with planning and developing a curriculum to meet the learning needs of the children in their school or setting.

The document will be a useful tool for practitioners who are new to working in EYFS, as well as experienced EYFS practitioners, subject leaders, EYFS co-ordinators, senior leaders within schools who are looking to evaluate and further develop their existing EYFS curriculum.

Schools and settings can use this framework to plan an effective curriculum over a period of time, which can be changed, and reviewed in response to meet the individual needs of each cohort in a nursery or reception class.

The EYFS document is not a scheme of work, but allows schools and settings the flexibility to plan a bespoke curriculum to meet the needs of their children whilst ensuring the children are given the opportunities to progress through the EYFS, and to support transition into key stage 1.

To view sample pages of the document please click here

This is a hardcopy publication and will be sent by Recorded Delivery.


EYFS: Expressive Arts and Design - Loose Parts / Painting

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Early Years

We are delighted to offer two mini publications as an extension of the EYFS: A Framework to Support Curriculum Planning publication.

They will further enhance the ideas provided in the publication, however they can also be used in isolation to provide inspiration for the teaching of 'using loose parts' and 'painting' within the expressive arts and design part of the EYFS curriculum.

Both publications are provided as a package for £10 and will be sent electronically upon return email when an order has been placed.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC schools.   

Please note this early years publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

 


EYFS Planning for Learning - Skills, Knowledge, Concepts

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Early Years

This publication will support practitioners in EYFS (nursery and reception) with planning a curriculum to meet the learning needs of the children in their school or setting.  The document identifies an overview of the key learning (skills, knowledge and concepts) across all seven areas of learning and development to support learning with the EYFS phase to prepare children for their next stage of education.

Schools can reflect on the key learning outlined in this document and identify those which are appropriate for the needs of their children and, if necessary add additional skills, knowledge and concepts specific to the context of the school or a particular cohort.

As the Early Learning Goals are used to assess a child’s attainment at the end of EYFS, this document will support practitioners in providing a curriculum which goes beyond that which is assessed. 

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC schools.   

This information is also contained within the hardcopy publication EYFS – A Framework to Support Curriculum Planning.  


EYFS Key Learning - CLL, Group Reading and Group Writing

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Early Years

EYFS Key Learning Communication, Language and Literacy

This document details small step progression towards the Early Learning Goals for the Prime and Specific aspects within the Early Years Foundation Stage. 

EYFS Group Reading Grids and Group Writing Grids

The group grids can be used for planning, supporting assessment and tracking the development of reading and writing skills across EYFS. 

 

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to a charge of 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 

These publications are available via the English and Mathematics subscription website.  

 


Individual EYFS Key Learning Documents

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Early Years

·         Communication, Language and Literacy

·         Group Reading Grids

·         Group Writing Grids

are also available to purchase separately, please select from the drop down list. 

 

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

 

This publication is subject to a charge of 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 

These are also available on the English and Mathematic subscription website.

 


Planning for Learning - to support the EYFS Statutory Framework 2021

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Early Years

 

Skills, knowledge, Concepts – what children can do, know and understand.

This document has been updated to support the EYFS Statutory Framework in light of the forthcoming changes to the Early Learning Goals in 2021-2022. The document now includes the Educational Programmes and Early Learning Goals.
 
The purpose of this publication is to support practitioners in EYFS (nursery and reception) with planning a curriculum to meet the learning needs of the children in their school or setting. The document identifies an overview of the key learning (skills, knowledge and concepts) across all seven areas of learning and development to support learning within the EYFS phase to prepare children for their next stage of education.
Schools can reflect on the key learning outlined in this document and identify those which are appropriate for the needs of their children and, if necessary add additional skills, knowledge and concepts specific to the context of the school or a particular cohort.
 
As the Early Learning Goals are used to assess a child’s attainment at the end of EYFS, this document will support practitioners in planning and providing a curriculum which goes beyond that which is assessed.
 
Also included is a leaflet that signposts the new ELG's to the appropriate 'opportunities' and 'activties' pages within the planning support framework publication (PBL555). 

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.

 


Enhancing your EYFS Provision in the Water Area

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Early Years

Practical Ideas - for teachers working in the Early Years Foundation Stage (3-5 years)

These online resources have been created for teachers working in the Early Years Foundation Stage. This online professional development pack gives practical ideas and examples for developing learning through Continuous Provision within the Water area. Developed by Lancashire Early Years Teaching and Learning consultants, the materials provide more focused opportunities for moving the learning on, which incorporate popular focus areas alongside key skills, opportunities to develop these through questioning and possible enhancements. 

This packs focuses on the following areas:

  • Mixing
  • Guttering
  • Transporting
  • Containers

Each section contains photo galleries of resources and activities for ideas and inspiration as well as the online content in word and PDF format. Together they provide a great practical resource for practitioners to further develop these areas of continuous provision, and to support effective teaching and learning in the EYFS. 

This is an online resource, your login details and a link will be sent to you via email once we have received your order.

 This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


Enhancing your EYFS Provision in the Sand Area

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Early Years

Practical Ideas - for teachers working in the Early Years Foundation Stage (3-5 years)


- Exploring damp and dry sand.
- Filling and emptying.
 

This packs focuses on the following areas:

These online resources have been created for teachers working in the Early Years Foundation Stage. This online professional development pack gives practical ideas and examples for developing learning through Continuous Provision within the Sand area. Developed by Lancashire Early Years Teaching and Learning consultants, the materials provide more focussed opportunities for moving the learning on, which incorporate popular focus areas alongside key skills, opportunities to develop these through questioning and possible enhancements.

- Mark Making and Patterns.
- Exploring Sand Creatively.

Each section contains photo galleries of resources and activities for ideas and inspiration as well as the online content in word and PDF format. Together they provide a great practical resource for practitioners to further develop these areas of continuous provision, and to support effective teaching and learning in the EYFS.

This is an online resource, your login details and a link will be sent to you via email once we have received your order.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


EYFS On-Entry Observational Assessment Booklet

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Early Years

These on-entry assessment materials will support practitioners to set up appropriate classroom provision, including resources, within the reception classroom, to enable them to make relevant observations of what children know, understand and can do on entry to school.

The materials offer prompts across all seven areas of learning and development and the characteristics of effective learning.

Sample activities are provided across six areas of provision to support practitioners to engage children in open-ended but purposeful activities.

These materials can be used alongside other baseline assessment activities, and will support early years practitioners in making an accurate judgement of a child’s skills, knowledge and understanding on entry to reception.

** This booklet was written to support practitioners with setting up their provision to enable effective observational assessments to be carried out. Under the current climate and in response to the COVID 19 crisis practitioners will need to bear in mind and follow the latest DfE guidance on planning for a safe return to the classroom including safety, cleaning, social distancing and class organisation, etc.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer. 

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained schools.


EYFS LAPS Mathematics

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Early Years

The Learning and Progression Steps are designed to scaffold the learning required in order to support children in developing a secure understanding of early mathematics and will prepare children effectively for Year 1 of the National Curriculum.

Statements in the Lancashire Key Learning for Mathematics document have been broken down into smaller steps to support teachers in planning appropriate learning opportunities. These key pieces of learning will support pupils in becoming fluent in the knowledge and skills of mathematics and ensure that the learning is effective and sustained.  

Please note this early years publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Fast Forward Spelling

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English and Literacy

Fast Forward Spelling has been developed to prepare pupils for the higher expectations in the current National Curriculum and to support them to achieve successfully in both papers of the Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test at the end of Year 6. This intervention has been designed to address any gaps in learning.

Fast Forward Spelling is a twelve week programme with daily sessions planned for each week.

It focuses on:

  • Spelling rules and conventions
  • Teaching approaches
  • Independent practice.

To view a sample of this publication please click here

The package consists of a hard copy book and cd of resources. These will be sent out by recorded delivery. 

 


Fast Forward Grammar 2

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English and Literacy

Fast Forward Grammar 2 replaces the original Fast Forward Grammar 1 publication developed by a group of leading teachers.  It has been developed to prepare pupils for the higher expectations in the revised National Curriculum and to support them to achieve successfully in the Grammar and Punctuation test at the end of Year 6. 

This resource is a fourteen week programme of three sessions per week focusing upon sentence structure, word classes and grammatical terminology. 

To view a sample of this publication please click here

This publication is a hardcopy book and a resource cd, they will be sent via recorded delivery.


Book Band Bookmarks for Reading at Home

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English and Literacy

Help your parents to engage children in reading at home. The bookmarks use prompts and questions to develop reading and comprehension skills through the sharing of books and book-talk. 

This exciting new set contains eleven bookmarks based upon the learning opportunities at each Book Band level. 

Also included is a parents’ guide to reading at home to supplement the prompts on the bookmarks and to encourage supportive conditions.

 

Each pack contains 330 bookmarks (30 x 11 different colour bands) and 30 copies of the parents guide. Sets cost £25 each, less than 85p per child.

 


Fast Track Phonics

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English and Literacy

Through phonics, children will develop key skills to help them achieve as readers and writers. Most pupils will reach the expected level of understanding through following a systematic daily phonics programme. However, some pupils may have more difficulty in acquiring these skills and for these children a phonics catch up programme may be required.

Fast Track Phonics has been developed to support children in Year 2 who did not achieve at the expected level in the Year 1 Phonics Check. It is designed to address gaps in learning. It is not intended to take the place of the daily phonics session, but would ideally be run in addition. It is not for pupils who have identified special needs and a more intensive one to one programme may be more appropriate for these children.

Fast Track Phonics is a 14 week programme which focuses on the key skills of all good phonics programmes which are:

  • Grapheme/phoneme correspondence.
  • Blending to support reading.
  • Segmenting to support spelling.
  • Blending and segmenting as reversible processes.

This publication is a hardcopy book and a resource cd, they will be sent via recorded delivery.

 


Year 2 Last Push Pack for Reading and Writing

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English and Literacy

This 4-5 week ‘last push pack’ based on Aladdin, facilitates a range of reading and writing opportunities linked to the STA Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessment Framework.   Using a quality text and supporting film material, this motivating and engaging unit incorporates narrative, non-fiction and poetry, equipping teachers with a complete unit of work to enhance quality outcomes and aid transition into Key Stage 2.                                      

A reading and writing skills overview is provided within the unit, together with daily lesson plans. A balance of modelled and independent writing opportunities are also included throughout the sequence.

Whilst reference is made to numerous texts, the key text shared throughout the unit is Animated Classics Disney Aladdin (text adapted by Lily Murray) 2019.   

To find out more please watch our short clip

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


Year 6 Last Push Pack for Reading and Writing

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English and Literacy

The Push Pack has been designed for Year 6 teachers in order to create an independent evidence base, in conjunction with other work, to support making judgements against the Teacher Assessment Framework for Writing at the end of Key Stage 2 (TAF).

This 6-7 week detailed sequence of work revisits a range of reading and writing key skills using a quality text (The 1,000 Year Old Boy by Ross Welford) and supporting link texts. It assumes that children will have already been taught the key skills throughout the Key Stage and this unit provides the opportunity to review and apply skills within a motivating and engaging context.

A reading and writing overview has been provided with key skills listed. This highlights the key skills which have been identified for each outcome. However, teachers may decide to supplement sessions / activities with additional skills pertinent to the needs of their class.

The Push Pack comprises of two main units: an integrated fiction and non-fiction unit and a separate poetry unit. In addition to the final independent written outcomes referenced above, each sequence embeds a balance of modelled and independent writing opportunities. Opportunities for aiming towards the higher standard in writing are also included. 

To find out more please watch our short clip.

 

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


Key Learning in English Reading, Writing and Mathematics

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English and Literacy

The Key Learning documents are based on the programmes of study from the National Curriculum and pinpoint the key pieces of learning in each year group for Y1 to Y6.

They build upon the statutory elements to provide teachers with more specific guidance, further examples or additional and relevant objectives to ensure clarity, cohesion and continuity.

This package will enable you to identify the Key Learning within English and Mathematics. The subjects included are as follows:

  • English (Reading)
  • English (Writing)
  • Mathematics

 

Please note - two additional objectives for Year 1 have been added to Key Learning in Mathematics. There are no updates to Key Learning in Reading and Key Learning in Writing since the previous version. 

 

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


Letters and Sounds Suite of Training Videos

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English and Literacy

The Primary English and Literacy team have created a suite of phonics training videos. These videos have been designed to provide CPD in the essential elements when planning, teaching and assessing phonics using the Letters and Sounds Programme. The training videos are useful for English Subject Leaders, teachers and teaching assistants - anyone who teaches phonics!

These can be used during staff meetings, INSET training sessions, or for teachers to access at home.

The suite contains a series of ten videos which explain:

  • Phonic background knowledge with fidelity to the Letters and Sounds Programme
  • Phonic terminology
  • Enunciation of sounds
  • How to teach a GPC
  • Phase One
  • Revisit and review games
  • Practise games
  • Application games
  • Planning
  • Assessment

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the video links and save them to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 

 


Bounce Back Phonics

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English and Literacy

Catch up phonics lessons for Years 2, 3 and 4 based on the Letters and Sounds Programme.

This document offers a series of phonics lessons aimed at helping children in Years 2, 3 and 4 who may have missed, or not fully understood, some of the crucial stages of systematic synthetic phonics teaching in the early years.

The units of work will be useful if some of your children are experiencing difficulties with:

• blending phonemes for reading and segmenting for spelling;

• selecting the correct spelling for long vowel phonemes;

• reading and spelling longer words containing adjacent consonants.

The lessons cover the alternative spellings of common vowel phonemes (Phase 5) and can be used flexibly to meet the needs of your children, based on your assessment of their current phonic knowledge. The simple assessment tool provided will help you to identify the phonemes you need to teach or to revisit, thereby filling crucial gaps in phonic knowledge.

Included also are six lessons which cover some tricky phonemes e.g. wr, ph, kn, gn, tch and softening c. These can be used at your discretion.

In addition, there are two blocks of work which address the teaching of Phases 4 and 5 tricky words. These sessions will help you to teach your children to read and spell these words automatically.

The lessons should be conducted three times a week by teachers or by trained teaching assistants and should be lively, exciting and full of fun.

Click here to view a short video with further information.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained schools.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 28 days, please download the resources and save to your computer. 


NEW - Developing Active Comprehension

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English and Literacy

This brand new booklet has been created to provide a bank of ideas to support teachers in developing ideas for responding to texts in reading. 

The ideas can be used within the reading phase of an English unit and in guided reading sessions. Each section includes an overview of approaches with scaffolds and prompts that can be adapted and modified to suit the learning being developed across a range of year groups.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC schools.  Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the resources and save to your computer. 

 


Writing Opportunities to Support the Reading Phase of the Teaching Sequence

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English and Literacy

This document provides guidance on planning an English unit using the teaching sequence from reading to writing. It contains ideas for reading skills and learning objectives which are linked to writing opportunities within the reading phase of the teaching sequence.

This document provides clarity on the difference between learning objectives and outcomes in reading, and can support teachers when planning for reading sessions.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

 

This publication is subject to a charge of 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


Sentence Construction, Grammar and Punctuation Exemplification

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English and Literacy

This document provides examples of the application of grammar and punctuation within sentence construction linked to the National Curriculum and Lancashire's Key Learning documents.

It illustrates progression from Reception to Y6 for all sentence types required across KS1 and KS2. Teachers and Teaching Assistants may find this a useful resource when planning for the whole class, group sessions or intervention. It can also be used as a reference tool when assessing writing in each year group.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to a charge of 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 

 


Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) - Reading

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English and Literacy

The Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) are designed to scaffold the learning required in order to meet the expectations of the National Curriculum in reading. The learning has been broken down into smaller steps to support teachers in planning appropriate learning opportunities for both whole class and differentiated groups.

Please note this English publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) - Writing

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English and Literacy

The Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) are designed to scaffold the learning required in order to meet the expectations of the National Curriculum in writing. The learning has been broken down into smaller steps to support teachers in planning appropriate learning opportunities for both whole class and differentiated groups.

Please note this English publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs) - Reading

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English and Literacy

The KLIPs, or Key Learning Indicators of Performance, have been developed from Lancashire’s National Curriculum Support Materials, which detail the key learning in reading and writing for each year group. These key learning grids for each year group can be used to provide:

  • Detailed assessment information for the teacher to use to inform their future planning of next steps (formative).
  • Overall judgements which can be made more summatively (for example once a term), to enable senior leadership teams to track progress across the school, during the year. This will assist schools with self-evaluation and in informing discussions with others e.g. inspection teams, about attainment and progress.
  • A means of informing parents about attainment and progress.

The underlined statements on the grids have been identified as Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs) as these have the greatest impact on the further development of skills and subsequent learning. Consequently, the Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs) play a particularly significant role in the assessment process.

Please note this English publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs) - Writing

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English and Literacy

The KLIPs, or Key Learning Indicators of Performance, have been developed from Lancashire’s National Curriculum Support Materials, which detail the key learning in reading and writing for each year group. These key learning grids for each year group can be used to provide:

  • Detailed assessment information for the teacher to use to inform their future planning of next steps (formative).
  • Overall judgements which can be made more summatively (for example once a term), to enable senior leadership teams to track progress across the school, during the year. This will assist schools with self-evaluation and in informing discussions with others e.g. inspection teams, about attainment and progress.
  • A means of informing parents about attainment and progress.

The underlined statements on the grids have been identified as Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs) as these have the greatest impact on the further development of skills and subsequent learning. Consequently, the Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs) play a particularly significant role in the assessment process.

Please note this English publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs) - Reading and Writing

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English and Literacy

The KLIPs, or Key Learning Indicators of Performance, have been developed from Lancashire’s National Curriculum Support Materials, which detail the key learning in reading and writing for each year group. These key learning grids for each year group can be used to provide:

  • Detailed assessment information for the teacher to use to inform their future planning of next steps (formative).
  • Overall judgements which can be made more summatively (for example once a term), to enable senior leadership teams to track progress across the school, during the year. This will assist schools with self-evaluation and in informing discussions with others e.g. inspection teams, about attainment and progress.
  • A means of informing parents about attainment and progress.

The underlined statements on the grids have been identified as Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs) as these have the greatest impact on the further development of skills and subsequent learning. Consequently, the Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPs) play a particularly significant role in the assessment process.

Please note this English publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


Bounce Back Phonics Boost Pack

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RES199 £25.00
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English and Literacy

The Bounce Back Phonics Boost Pack follows the same structure as Bounce Back Phonics with a further eight blocks of work including three lessons for each block.  These blocks include alternative pronunciations and alternative spelling elements from Phase 5. These were identified after careful analysis of the coverage within Letters and Sounds, the Phonics Screening Check Framework and the Lancashire Programmes: Fast Track Phonics and Bounce Back Phonics.

This programme is aimed at children in Years 2, 3 and 4 who may have missed, or not fully understood, some of the crucial stages of systematic synthetic phonics teaching in Reception and Year 1, and is designed to address gaps in learning.

Click here to watch a short video with further information.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

 

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Updated LPDS English Planning Units - Autumn Term - Full Set

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RES200 £150.00
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English and Literacy

The updates include:

  • a new overview booklet on the planning process for English, incorporating reading, writing, grammar,spelling and handwriting;
  • complete coverage of the National Curriculum for English using the Key Learning for Reading and Writing materials;
  • new ideas and approaches for planning through the teaching sequence phases with more detailed guidance on reading and gathering content phases;
  • updated suggestions of texts, direct links to specific film clips and resources within every unit;
  • a tighter focus on grammar skills via warm-up sessions and integration within units;
  • increased emphasis on vocabulary for reading and writing;
  • further short and longer writing opportunities built into each unit; and
  • updated outcome suggestions for scaffolded writing whilst highlighting the need for independent writing for assessment purposes.

This price includes all English units for Autumn 1 and Autumn 2 from Y1 to Y6 (12 booklets in total).

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to a charge of 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Updated LPDS English Planning Units - Autumn Term - Individual Theme Booklets

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English and Literacy

Please see above for the publication description. 

This price is for one booklet for one half term for one year group. E.g. Year 2 Autumn 2 - Fighting Fit.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to a charge of 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Updated LPDS English Planning Units - Spring Term - Full Set

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RES225 £150.00
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English and Literacy

The updates include:

  • a new overview booklet on the planning process for English, incorporating reading, writing, grammar,spelling and handwriting;
  • complete coverage of the National Curriculum for English using the Key Learning for Reading and Writing materials;
  • new ideas and approaches for planning through the teaching sequence phases with more detailed guidance on reading and gathering content phases;
  • updated suggestions of texts, direct links to specific film clips and resources within every unit;
  • a tighter focus on grammar skills via warm-up sessions and integration within units;
  • increased emphasis on vocabulary for reading and writing;
  • further short and longer writing opportunities built into each unit; and
  • updated outcome suggestions for scaffolded writing whilst highlighting the need for independent writing for assessment purposes.

This price includes all English units for Spring 1 and Spring 2 from Y1 to Y6 (12 booklets in total).

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to a charge of 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Updated LPDS English Planning Units - Spring Term - Individual Theme Booklets

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RES230 £25.00
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English and Literacy

Please see above for the publication description.

This price is for one theme booklet, for one year group, for one half term e.g. Year 2, Spring 1 Explorers.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to a charge of 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Updated LPDS English Planning Units - Summer Term - Full Set

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RES235 £150.00
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English and Literacy

The updates include:

  • a new overview booklet on the planning process for English, incorporating reading, writing, grammar,spelling and handwriting;
  • complete coverage of the National Curriculum for English using the Key Learning for Reading and Writing materials;
  • new ideas and approaches for planning through the teaching sequence phases with more detailed guidance on reading and gathering content phases;
  • updated suggestions of texts, direct links to specific film clips and resources within every unit;
  • a tighter focus on grammar skills via warm-up sessions and integration within units;
  • increased emphasis on vocabulary for reading and writing;
  • further short and longer writing opportunities built into each unit; and
  • updated outcome suggestions for scaffolded writing whilst highlighting the need for independent writing for assessment purposes.

This price includes all English units for Summer 1 and Summer 2 from Y1 to Y6 (12 booklets in total).

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to a charge of 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Updated LPDS English Planning Units - Summer Term - Individual Theme Booklets

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RES240 £25.00
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English and Literacy

Please see above for the publication description.

This price is for one booklet for one half term for one year group. E.g. Year 2 – Summer 1 – Wind in the Willows

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to a charge of 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Reception into Year 1 Bridging Unit - Harry the Happy Mouse

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English and Literacy

Harry the Happy Mouse by N.G.K and Janelle Dimmett

Based around the heart-warming story of Harry the Happy Mouse, this integrated unit supports the application of Reception to Year 1 phonics, reading and sentence construction skills.

The half termly unit is designed to include a focus on rhymes, poems and songs, followed by both a fiction unit (2-3 weeks) and a non-fiction unit (1-2 weeks).

Within the narrative unit, children will be engaged with an oral retelling of the story of Harry and his walk, making people happy along the way. (Be sure to pack your walking boots!) Children will engage in short writing opportunities, including thought and feeling bubbles, lists and thank you notes/letters, in addition to an extended retelling of the story. 

Following on from the narrative, an information sequence of work is also provided, in which children will create information posters on one of the focus animals.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the attachments and save to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


Year 1 into Year 2 Bridging Unit -The Way Home for Wolf

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English and Literacy

The Way Home for Wolf by Rachel Bright and Jim Field

Applying skills from both Year 1 and Year 2, this publication is based around the theme of wolves and integrates both narrative and non-fiction in a 5-6 week sequence.

Children will share in the delights of The Way Home for Wolf by Rachel Bright and Jim Field, before taking on the role of researchers to find out more about wolves and other animals.

Using their newly found facts, children will produce an information leaflet to inform an audience. The unit concludes with a return to fiction, where children will create an innovation based on the original story.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the attachments and save to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


Year 2 into Year 3 Bridging Unit - A Bear Called Paddington

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English and Literacy

A Bear Called Paddington by Michael Bond

Year 2 and Year 3 reading and writing skills are interwoven throughout both narrative and non-fiction units in this publication, all themed around one of our favourite bears from children’s literature – Paddington!

The first unit explores Michael Bond’s classic text, alongside the use of more recent film material. Regular short and long writing opportunities are embedded throughout the sequence as the children work towards an extended narrative of their own Paddington adventure.

This is followed by a non-fiction unit, in which children will explore a range of non- fiction sources, websites and clips, before writing their own tourist guide to either London or your local area. Be prepared for your classroom to be transformed to a tourist destination, complete with regular tours!

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the attachments and save to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


Year 3 into Year 4 Bridging Unit - The Loch Ness Monster

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English and Literacy

The Loch Ness Monster

Reading and writing skills for Year 3 and Year 4 are interwoven throughout these two units of work lasting 3-4 weeks for narrative and 2-3 weeks for non-fiction, all based around the theme of the Loch Ness Monster.

The first unit focuses on exploring and researching the infamous legend using film clips, websites, texts and news sources, before children write their own non-fiction article for a children’s magazine.

Following this, a narrative unit is provided which includes developing a new Loch Ness monster character based on a plot pattern inspired by the classic cartoon, The Family-Ness! Enjoy singing along to the theme tune with your class!

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the attachments and save to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


Year 4 into Year 5 Bridging Unit - The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

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English and Literacy

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

This publication of 7-8 weeks focusing on Year 4 and Year 5 reading and writing skills, includes both narrative and non-fiction opportunities, all based around the classic children’s novel The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

Using film clips, websites and a range of texts, including those themed around evacuation and mythical creatures, this unit will immerse the children in themes central to the novel.

A variety of short and long writing opportunities are embedded throughout the unit as the children analyse the story, gather content on mythological creatures and develop an extended narrative based upon The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the attachments and save to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


Year 5 into Year 6 Bridging Unit - The Nowhere Emporium

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English and Literacy

The Nowhere Emporium by Ross MacKenzie

Themed around magic, mystery and much more, both the narrative and non-fiction units within this publication, interweave reading and writing skills from Year 5 and Year 6.

Children will be taken on a magical journey whilst reading Ross MacKenzie’s award-winning The Nowhere Emporium. Regular short and long writing opportunities are embedded throughout the sequence - with opportunities for further challenge and independent writing also signposted – whilst the final written outcome is an extended narrative based around the plot of The Nowhere Emporium.

This is followed by a non-fiction unit, flexibly themed around magic or the circus – it’s your choice! Following research, children will work towards producing a hybrid information text in the form of a magazine page. This includes a mini biography, a discussion text and a non-chronological report. The children could be finding out about the history of magic, researching a famous magician or discussing whether animals should be allowed to perform in a circus. Lots of interesting facts to find and discussions to have!

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the attachments and save to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

Please click here to view sample pages


English Bridging Units - All Year Groups

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English and Literacy

This is to allow you to purchase all six publications in one click, instead of adding them individually to the shopping cart. 

This publication includes:

  • Reception into Year 1 - Harry the Happy Mouse   (RES241)
  • Year 1 into Year 2 – The Way Home for Wolf   (RES242)
  • Year 2 into Year 3 – A Bear Called Paddington   (RES243)
  • Year 3 into Year 4 – Loch Ness Monster   (RES244)
  • Year 4 into Year 5 – The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe   (RES245)
  • Year 5 into Year 6 – The Nowhere Emporium   (RES246)

For the full descriptions please see the individual publications. 

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the attachments and save to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

Please click here to view sample pages 


Year 6 - Wonder Supplementary English Planning Unit

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RES250 £25.00
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English and Literacy

A half term Year 6 unit to support end of Key Stage 2 expectations in writing.

This supplementary unit is specifically designed to help Year 6 teachers in the summer term to generate quality writing outcomes in order to inform their end of year teacher assessments. It comprises four mini-units and is complemented by several shorter independent writing outcomes. Teachers can select which mini-units to cover, or can cover them all dependent on gaps in learning.

The unit focuses on using a quality text (Wonder by R.J. Palacio) to plan a wealth of writing opportunities in a wide range of genres (fiction, non-fiction and poetry). It also provides guidance on how to aim for the higher standard in writing.
 

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Reading Domain Cards Bundle 1

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RES251 £38.00
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English and Literacy
The reading domain cards include a range of question prompts based upon end of Key Stage 1 and 2 reading assessment question types.  They cover the five reading domains at Key Stage 1 and the eight reading domains at Key Stage 2.  They are an essential resource for teachers and other adults who support the teaching of shared/modelled reading and guided reading from Years 1 to 6.
 
This bundle includes the following; 2 x KS1 and 4 x KS2 .
 
This will be sent via recorded delivery. 
 
 

Reading Domain Cards Bundle 2

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RES252 £70.00
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English and Literacy

The reading domain cards include a range of question prompts based upon end of Key Stage 1 and 2 reading assessment question types.  They cover the five reading domains at Key Stage 1 and the eight reading domains at Key Stage 2.  They are an essential resource for teachers and other adults who support the teaching of shared/modelled reading and guided reading from Years 1 to 6.

This bundle includes the following; 4 x KS1 and 8 x KS2 .

This will be sent via recorded delivery. 

 


Reading Domain Cards KS1

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RES253 £6.50
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English and Literacy
The reading domain cards include a range of question prompts based upon end of Key Stage 1 and 2 reading assessment question types.  They cover the five reading domains at Key Stage 1 and the eight reading domains at Key Stage 2.  They are an essential resource for teachers and other adults who support the teaching of shared/modelled reading and guided reading from Years 1 to 6.
 
This will be sent recorded delivery. 
 
 

 


Reading Domain Cards KS2

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RES254 £7.50
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English and Literacy
The reading domain cards include a range of question prompts based upon end of Key Stage 1 and 2 reading assessment question types.  They cover the five reading domains at Key Stage 1 and the eight reading domains at Key Stage 2.  They are an essential resource for teachers and other adults who support the teaching of shared/modelled reading and guided reading from Years 1 to 6.
 

This will be sent recorded delivery. 


Home Learning Resources for Parents - English and Literacy

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RES400 £25.00
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English and Literacy

This resource includes one weeks electronic set of plans for parents for English and Literacy from Reception to Year 6. 

Our exciting 'Read and Respond' units will support home learning in English and Literacy. The ‘mini units’, available for Years 1-6 inclusive, provide daily English lesson plans and have been designed for you to send home to parents. (Reception guidance for Literacy is also included, though in a slightly different format).

All the plans use text extracts freely downloadable from LoveReading4Kids, Oxford Owl or websites with free audio recordings.

Click here to download free samples of Hairy Maclary (Y1) and The Greeks (Y5). 

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC schools.  Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the resources and save to your computer. 

Week 1: Sharks! (R), Hairy Maclary (Y1), Julia Donaldson Characters (Y2), The Twits (Y3), The Train to Impossible Places (Y4), The Greeks (Y5), It's Magic! (Y6).  

Week 2: Spring Chicken (R), Perfect Pets (Y1), Roald Dahl Poetry (Y2), Eggs (Y3), Chocolate (Y4), Deadly Creatures (Y5), Wonder (Y6).

Week 3: Big Bad Bugs! (R), The Highway Rat (Y1), Recipes (Y2), Flat Stanley (Y3), Performance Poetry (Y4), Danny Champion of the World (Y5), Robots (Part One) (Y6).  

Week 4: Down on the Farm (R), Bunnies (Y1), Horrid Henry (Y2), Crocodiles (Y3), The Abominables (Y4), Inventions (Y5), Robots Part 2 (Y6). 

Week 5: A Trio of Traditional Tales (R), Rumble in the Jungle (Y1), Birds (Y2), Shoes (Y3), Fantastic Beasts  (Y4), Titanic (Y5), Climate Change  (Y6). 

Week 6: A Surprise for Handa (R), Under the Sea (Y1), Birds (Y2), Fun in the Forest (Y3), The World of David Walliams (Y4), Titanic (Y5), Climate Change Part 2 (Y6).   

Week 7: Over the Rainbow (R), The Jolly Postman (Y1), Be Happy! Be Brave! Be Kind! (Y2), Be Happy and Healthy (Y3), Inspirational People (Y4), Hygiene, Health and Heroes (Y5 & Y6).  

Week 8: Hoot! Hoot! (R), Mr Men (Y1), Oliver Jeffers (Y2), Characters (Y3), The Secret Lake (Y4), World War Two (Y5) Explorers and Adventurers (Y6).   

Week 9: Alien Invasion (R), To Infinity and Beyond (Y1), Poetry Festival (Y2), Up, Up and Away (Y3), Water Water (Y4), World War Two (Part 2) (Y5) Explorers and Adventurers (Part 2) (Y6).   

Week 10: Teddy Bears Picnic (R), Bare Necessities (Y1), Please Look After this Bear  (Y2), Up, Up and Away (Y3), Water Water (Y4), Space (Y5 and Y6).   

Week 11: Monster Mash (R), Meerkat Mail (Y1), Zoo  (Y2), Monster Mayhem (Y3), Run Wild (Y4), Space – Part Two (Y5 and Y6).  

Week 12: The Snail and the Whale (R), Robots (Y1), Prepare to shrink to the size of an ant (Y2), Fun with Film (Y3), Wallace and Gromit (Y4), Pixar Perfect (Y5) Vindictive Villains(Y6). 


Key Learning in Science and the Foundation Subjects

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RES151 £50.00
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Foundation subjects

The Key Learning documents are based on the programmes of study from the National Curriculum and pinpoint the key pieces of learning in each year group for Y1 to Y6.

They build upon the statutory elements to provide teachers with more specific guidance, further examples or additional and relevant objectives to ensure clarity, cohesion and continuity.

This package will enable you to identify the Key Learning within Science and the Foundation subjects. The subjects included are as follows:

  • Art and Design
  • Computing
  • Design and Technology
  • Geography
  • History
  • Languages
  • Music
  • Physical Education
  • Science

 

Please note - Key Learning in Computing has been significantly updated and there have been minor updates to Key Learning in Design Technology and Geography. There have been no updates to the remaining subjects since the previous version.

 

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


LPDS History Subject Leader Network Special. Video 1 - Black History

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RES260 £60.00
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History

Video 1 - Black History: The significance of Lancashire cricketing legend and political activist  - Lord Learie Constantine. 

This update for subject leaders will include a focus on local black history linked to the requirements of the History National Curriculum in Key Stage One.

It will include key support documents and creative ideas, including a focus on our new local history publication `You Are Here¿ as well as an exemplar Key Stage One teaching sequence celebrating the significance of Lancashire cricketing legend and political activist - Lord Learie Constantine.

In addition to the video link you will be provided with a download pack of resources and a PowerPoint presentation, including key messages and training materials, which can be used for staff meeting updates or CPD sessions.

Suitable for: Subject Leaders, Senior Leadership Teams

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.

Please note: this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check you spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer. 


LPDS History Subject Leader Network Special. Video 2 - Black History

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History

Video 2 - Black History: The Lancashire Cotton Industry and its links to the Transatlantic Slave Trade

This update for subject leaders will include a focus on local black history linked to the requirements of the History National Curriculum in Lower Key Stage Two.

It will include key support documents and creative ideas, including a focus on developing core skills in history,  as well as an exemplar Lower Key Stage Two teaching sequence focussing on The Lancashire Cotton Industry and its links to the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

In addition to the video link you will be provided with a download pack of resources and a PowerPoint presentation, including key messages and training materials, which can be used for staff meeting updates or CPD sessions.

Suitable for: Subject Leaders, Senior Leadership Teams

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.

Please note: this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check you spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer. 


Multiplication Resource - Full Set. Multiplication Tables 2-12

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PBL210 £30.00
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Mathematics and Numeracy

Children's ability to recall multiplication and division facts is an important aspect of learning mathematics. These packs contain resources, practice and reasoning tasks that support children in understanding multiplication, reasoning about related multiplication facts and recalling multiplication and division facts.

These resources will support children in being successful with the new Multiplication Tables Check for Year 4 children.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

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Multiplication Resource - Individual Tables

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PBL211 £3.00
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Mathematics and Numeracy

Select the multiplication table/tables you require and add to the cart.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

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Mathematics Planning Support CD - Full Package

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Mathematics and Numeracy

The Mathematics Planning Support materials have been developed to support teachers with their weekly planning. They provide a selection of tools and resources which can be used to make planning easier, whilst still being able to tailor it to the needs of the class.

Each week is supported by an overview which contains:

  • Success criteria for each objective
  • Vocabulary for use within each week
  • Guidance for modelling, including PowerPoint resources, which also provide subject knowledge and pedagogy support for teachers
  • Ideas for practise and consolidation, including printable resources
  • Suggestions for how learning can be put into different contexts
  • Using and applying activities or prompts
  • Questions to support teacher assessment linked to the Lancashire KLIPs resources

The materials are now available and upon receipt of an order will be sent via recorded delivery.

This maths publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.

 


Mathematics Planning Support CD - Autumn Term Only

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PBL602 £150.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Mathematics Planning Support materials have been developed to support teachers with their weekly planning. They provide a selection of tools and resources which can be used to make planning easier, whilst still being able to tailor it to the needs of the class.

Each week is supported by an overview which contains:

  • Success criteria for each objective
  • Vocabulary for use within each week
  • Guidance for modelling, including PowerPoint resources, which also provide subject knowledge and pedagogy support for teachers
  • Ideas for practise and consolidation, including printable resources
  • Suggestions for how learning can be put into different contexts
  • Using and applying activities or prompts
  • Questions to support teacher assessment linked to the Lancashire KLIPs resources

The materials cost £150 per term and cover Years One to Six. They can also be bought as a package of all three terms for £450.

This maths publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Mathematics Planning Support CD - Spring Term Only

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PBL603 £150.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Mathematics Planning Support materials have been developed to support teachers with their weekly planning. They provide a selection of tools and resources which can be used to make planning easier, whilst still being able to tailor it to the needs of the class.

Each week is supported by an overview which contains:

  • Success criteria for each objective
  • Vocabulary for use within each week
  • Guidance for modelling, including PowerPoint resources, which also provide subject knowledge and pedagogy support for teachers
  • Ideas for practise and consolidation, including printable resources
  • Suggestions for how learning can be put into different contexts
  • Using and applying activities or prompts
  • Questions to support teacher assessment linked to the Lancashire KLIPs resources

The materials cost £150 per term and cover Years One to Six. They can also be bought as a package of all three terms for £450. CD's are sent via Royal Mail Recorded Delivery 2nd Class.

This maths publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Mathematics Planning Support CD - Summer Term Only

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PBL604 £150.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Mathematics Planning Support materials have been developed to support teachers with their weekly planning. They provide a selection of tools and resources which can be used to make planning easier, whilst still being able to tailor it to the needs of the class.

Each week is supported by an overview which contains:

  • Success criteria for each objective
  • Vocabulary for use within each week
  • Guidance for modelling, including PowerPoint resources, which also provide subject knowledge and pedagogy support for teachers
  • Ideas for practise and consolidation, including printable resources
  • Suggestions for how learning can be put into different contexts
  • Using and applying activities or prompts
  • Questions to support teacher assessment linked to the Lancashire KLIPs resources

The materials cost £150 per term and cover Years One to Six. They can also be bought as a package of all three terms for £450.

This maths publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests - All Year Groups - Autumn Term

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PBL701 £90.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests are designed to support teachers in confirming their teacher assessments at the end of each term.

They complement the Lancashire Mathematics Planning Support Disc, the Mathematics Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) and also the Lancashire KLIPs Assessment system. They can, however, be used alongside any other assessment systems.

The end of Autumn term tests assess only the content of the mathematics curriculum that has been covered within the Planning Support Disc for that term. The questions are also pitched against a realistic expectation of what children should have achieved up to that point in time, which corresponds to the first parts within the Learning and Progression Steps.  This ensures the assessments for the end of Autumn and Spring terms are not against end of year expectations.

This means that the tests will only measure whether a child is either on track to achieve the end of year expectations or whether they are not. The results will not give a precise attainment score for children working outside of the year group expectations, however, if a child in Year 4 is suspected of achieving in line with a child beginning to learn the Year 3 curriculum, then they could sit the Year 3 tests to confirm a teacher assessment of ‘Entering’ Year 3.

The end of Spring term tests will assess whether a child is on track to achieve the end of year expectations at that point in time. The end of Summer term tests will assess whether a child has achieved the end of year expectations for that year.

The tests for Year 6 will assess the Year 6 curriculum only and therefore will not be representative of the national end of Key Stage 2 test papers, which assess content from across the whole Key Stage.

The tests are designed to resemble the national end of key stage tests in both appearance, structure and question design. They will therefore support children in becoming familiar with the national end of Key Stage tests.

The Lancashire Mathematics Team will not produce a marking threshold to indicate attainment as the tests are intended to be used to support the teacher’s professional judgement of the children’s abilities.

The Autumn term set of tests are available as part of the subscription to the Lancashire Mathematics and English Teams website.

For schools who do not subscribe to the website, the Autumn term test papers can be purchased.

Test analysis grids will be available through our website or will be sent to schools who have purchased the tests but do not subscribe to the website.

There will be a facility for schools to submit their data to us in order that we can collate the information and make it available to schools for comparison.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests - Key Stage 2 - Autumn Term

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PBL703 £60.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests are designed to support teachers in confirming their teacher assessments at the end of each term.

They complement the Lancashire Mathematics Planning Support Disc, the Mathematics Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) and also the Lancashire KLIPs Assessment system. They can, however, be used alongside any other assessment systems.

The end of Autumn term tests assess only the content of the mathematics curriculum that has been covered within the Planning Support Disc for that term. The questions are also pitched against a realistic expectation of what children should have achieved up to that point in time, which corresponds to the first parts within the Learning and Progression Steps.  This ensures the assessments for the end of Autumn and Spring terms are not against end of year expectations.

This means that the tests will only measure whether a child is either on track to achieve the end of year expectations or whether they are not. The results will not give a precise attainment score for children working outside of the year group expectations, however, if a child in Year 4 is suspected of achieving in line with a child beginning to learn the Year 3 curriculum, then they could sit the Year 3 tests to confirm a teacher assessment of ‘Entering’ Year 3.

The tests are designed to resemble the national end of key stage tests in both appearance, structure and question design. They will therefore support children in becoming familiar with the national end of Key Stage tests.

The Lancashire Mathematics Team will not produce a marking threshold to indicate attainment as the tests are intended to be used to support the teacher’s professional judgement of the children’s abilities.

The Autumn term set of tests are available as part of the subscription to the Lancashire Mathematics and English Teams website.

For schools who do not subscribe to the website, the Autumn term test papers can be purchased.

Test analysis grids will be available through our website or will be sent to schools who have purchased the tests but do not subscribe to the website.

There will be a facility for schools to submit their data to us in order that we can collate the information and make it available to schools for comparison.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests - All Year Groups - Spring Term

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PBL704 £90.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests are designed to support teachers in confirming their teacher assessments at the end of each term.

They complement the Lancashire Mathematics Planning Support Disc, the Mathematics Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) and also the Lancashire KLIPs Assessment system. They can, however, be used alongside any other assessment systems.

The end of Spring term tests assess only the content of the mathematics curriculum that has been covered within the Planning Support Disc for that term. The questions are also pitched against a realistic expectation of what children should have achieved up to that point in time, which corresponds to the first parts within the Learning and Progression Steps.  This ensures the assessments for the end of the Spring term are not against end of year expectations.

This means that the tests will only measure whether a child is either on track to achieve the end of year expectations or whether they are not. The results will not give a precise attainment score for children working outside of the year group expectations, however, if a child in Year 4 is suspected of achieving in line with a child beginning to learn the Year 3 curriculum, then they could sit the Year 3 tests to confirm a teacher assessment of ‘Entering’ Year 3.

The end of Spring term tests will assess whether a child is on track to achieve the end of year expectations at that point in time. The end of Summer term tests will assess whether a child has achieved the end of year expectations for that year.

The tests for Year 6 will assess the Year 6 curriculum only and therefore will not be representative of the national end of Key Stage 2 test papers, which assess content from across the whole Key Stage.

The tests are designed to resemble the national end of key stage tests in both appearance, structure and question design. They will therefore support children in becoming familiar with the national end of Key Stage tests.

The Lancashire Mathematics Team will not produce a marking threshold to indicate attainment as the tests are intended to be used to support the teacher’s professional judgement of the children’s abilities.

Test analysis grids will be available through our website or will be sent to schools who have purchased the tests but do not subscribe to the website.

There will be a facility for schools to submit their data to us in order that we can collate the information and make it available to schools for comparison.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests - Key Stage 1 - Spring Term

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PBL705 £30.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests are designed to support teachers in confirming their teacher assessments at the end of each term.

They complement the Lancashire Mathematics Planning Support Disc, the Mathematics Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) and also the Lancashire KLIPs Assessment system. They can, however, be used alongside any other assessment systems.

The end of Spring term tests assess only the content of the mathematics curriculum that has been covered within the Planning Support Disc for that term. The questions are also pitched against a realistic expectation of what children should have achieved up to that point in time, which corresponds to the first parts within the Learning and Progression Steps.  This ensures the assessments for the end of the Spring term are not against end of year expectations.

This means that the tests will only measure whether a child is either on track to achieve the end of year expectations or whether they are not. The results will not give a precise attainment score for children working outside of the year group expectations, however, if a child in Year 2 is suspected of achieving in line with a child beginning to learn the Year 1 curriculum, then they could sit the Year 1 tests to confirm a teacher assessment of ‘Entering’ Year 1.

The end of Spring term tests will assess whether a child is on track to achieve the end of year expectations at that point in time. The end of Summer term tests will assess whether a child has achieved the end of year expectations for that year.

The tests are designed to resemble the national end of key stage tests in both appearance, structure and question design. They will therefore support children in becoming familiar with the national end of Key Stage tests.

The Lancashire Mathematics Team will not produce a marking threshold to indicate attainment as the tests are intended to be used to support the teacher’s professional judgement of the children’s abilities.

Test analysis grids will be available through our website or will be sent to schools who have purchased the tests but do not subscribe to the website.

There will be a facility for schools to submit their data to us in order that we can collate the information and make it available to schools for comparison.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests - Key Stage 2 - Spring Term

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PBL706 £60.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests are designed to support teachers in confirming their teacher assessments at the end of each term.

They complement the Lancashire Mathematics Planning Support Disc, the Mathematics Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) and also the Lancashire KLIPs Assessment system. They can, however, be used alongside any other assessment systems.

The end of Spring term tests assess only the content of the mathematics curriculum that has been covered within the Planning Support Disc for that term. The questions are also pitched against a realistic expectation of what children should have achieved up to that point in time, which corresponds to the first parts within the Learning and Progression Steps.  This ensures the assessments for the end of the Spring term are not against end of year expectations.

This means that the tests will only measure whether a child is either on track to achieve the end of year expectations or whether they are not. The results will not give a precise attainment score for children working outside of the year group expectations, however, if a child in Year 4 is suspected of achieving in line with a child beginning to learn the Year 3 curriculum, then they could sit the Year 3 tests to confirm a teacher assessment of `Entering' Year 3.

The end of Spring term tests will assess whether a child is on track to achieve the end of year expectations at that point in time. The end of Summer term tests will assess whether a child has achieved the end of year expectations for that year.

The tests for Year 6 will assess the Year 6 curriculum only and therefore will not be representative of the national end of Key Stage 2 test papers, which assess content from across the whole Key Stage.

The tests are designed to resemble the national end of key stage tests in both appearance, structure and question design. They will therefore support children in becoming familiar with the national end of Key Stage tests.

The Lancashire Mathematics Team will not produce a marking threshold to indicate attainment as the tests are intended to be used to support the teacher's professional judgement of the children's abilities.

Test analysis grids will be available through our website or will be sent to schools who have purchased the tests but do not subscribe to the website.

There will be a facility for schools to submit their data to us in order that we can collate the information and make it available to schools for comparison.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests - All Year Groups - Summer Term

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PBL707 £90.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests are designed to support teachers in confirming their teacher assessments at the end of each term.

They complement the Lancashire Mathematics Planning Support Disc, the Mathematics Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) and also the Lancashire KLIPs Assessment system. They can, however, be used alongside any other assessment systems.

The end of Summer term tests assess only the content of the mathematics curriculum that has been covered within the Planning Support Disc for that term. The questions are also pitched against a realistic expectation of what children should have achieved up to that point in time, which corresponds to the first parts within the Learning and Progression Steps.  

This means that the tests will only measure whether a child is either on track to achieve the end of year expectations or whether they are not. The results will not give a precise attainment score for children working outside of the year group expectations, however, if a child in Year 4 is suspected of achieving in line with a child beginning to learn the Year 3 curriculum, then they could sit the Year 3 tests to confirm a teacher assessment of ‘Entering’ Year 3.

The end of Summer term tests will assess whether a child has achieved the end of year expectations for that year.

The tests for Year 6 will assess the Year 6 curriculum only and therefore will not be representative of the national end of Key Stage 2 test papers, which assess content from across the whole Key Stage.

The tests are designed to resemble the national end of key stage tests in both appearance, structure and question design. They will therefore support children in becoming familiar with the national end of Key Stage tests.

The Lancashire Mathematics Team will not produce a marking threshold to indicate attainment as the tests are intended to be used to support the teacher’s professional judgement of the children’s abilities.

Test analysis grids will be available through our website or will be sent to schools who have purchased the tests but do not subscribe to the website.

There will be a facility for schools to submit their data to us in order that we can collate the information and make it available to schools for comparison.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests - Key Stage 1 - Summer Term

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PBL708 £30.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests are designed to support teachers in confirming their teacher assessments at the end of each term.

They complement the Lancashire Mathematics Planning Support Disc, the Mathematics Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) and also the Lancashire KLIPs Assessment system. They can, however, be used alongside any other assessment systems.

The end of Summer term tests assess only the content of the mathematics curriculum that has been covered within the Planning Support Disc for that term. The questions are also pitched against a realistic expectation of what children should have achieved up to that point in time, which corresponds to the first parts within the Learning and Progression Steps.  

This means that the tests will only measure whether a child is either on track to achieve the end of year expectations or whether they are not. The results will not give a precise attainment score for children working outside of the year group expectations, however, if a child in Year 2 is suspected of achieving in line with a child beginning to learn the Year 1 curriculum, then they could sit the Year 1 tests to confirm a teacher assessment of `Entering' Year 1.

The end of Summer term tests will assess whether a child has achieved the end of year expectations for that year.

The tests are designed to resemble the national end of key stage tests in both appearance, structure and question design. They will therefore support children in becoming familiar with the national end of Key Stage tests.

The Lancashire Mathematics Team will not produce a marking threshold to indicate attainment as the tests are intended to be used to support the teacher's professional judgement of the children's abilities.

Test analysis grids will be available through our website or will be sent to schools who have purchased the tests but do not subscribe to the website.

There will be a facility for schools to submit their data to us in order that we can collate the information and make it available to schools for comparison.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests - Key Stage 2 - Summer Term

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PBL709 £60.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

The Lancashire Mathematics Assessment Tests are designed to support teachers in confirming their teacher assessments at the end of each term.

They complement the Lancashire Mathematics Planning Support Disc, the Mathematics Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) and also the Lancashire KLIPs Assessment system. They can, however, be used alongside any other assessment systems.

The end of Summer term tests assess only the content of the mathematics curriculum that has been covered within the Planning Support Disc for that term. The questions are also pitched against a realistic expectation of what children should have achieved up to that point in time, which corresponds to the first parts within the Learning and Progression Steps.  

This means that the tests will only measure whether a child is either on track to achieve the end of year expectations or whether they are not. The results will not give a precise attainment score for children working outside of the year group expectations, however, if a child in Year 4 is suspected of achieving in line with a child beginning to learn the Year 3 curriculum, then they could sit the Year 3 tests to confirm a teacher assessment of ‘Entering’ Year 3.

The end of Summer term tests will assess whether a child has achieved the end of year expectations for that year.

The tests for Year 6 will assess the Year 6 curriculum only and therefore will not be representative of the national end of Key Stage 2 test papers, which assess content from across the whole Key Stage.

The tests are designed to resemble the national end of key stage tests in both appearance, structure and question design. They will therefore support children in becoming familiar with the national end of Key Stage tests.

The Lancashire Mathematics Team will not produce a marking threshold to indicate attainment as the tests are intended to be used to support the teacher’s professional judgement of the children’s abilities.

Test analysis grids will be available through our website or will be sent to schools who have purchased the tests but do not subscribe to the website.

There will be a facility for schools to submit their data to us in order that we can collate the information and make it available to schools for comparison.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Annual Lancashire English and Mathematics Website Subscription

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PBL998 £150.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mathematics and Numeracy

Subscription to the internationally renowned Lancashire Literacy and Mathematics websites offers access to a wide range of vibrant ideas and resources which support the planning, teaching, learning and assessment of these core subject within the primary school. There are also invaluable tools for Subject and Senior Leaders to effectively monitor and evaluate provision. The resources are regularly updated to reflect current local and national developments in these key areas of the curriculum.

Recent English updates include:

- new documents to support deep dives in reading and phonics;

- exemplar phonics planning for Letters and Sounds;

- supporting sentence construction - ideas and resources;

- creating a Guided Reading Workshop publication for early readers, developing readers and fluent readers with example planning and detailed support;

- and more!

 

For a sample of the information included in the English section of the site please click here this will open in a new window. 

 

English and Maths subscriptions are for a twelve month period from the date you are notified of your login details.

If your school has an SSG with Lancashire County Council, access to the website is included. 

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools only.

Please contact LPDS@lancashire.gov.uk  for further information.

 

 


Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) - Mathematics

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RES196 £50.00
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Mathematics and Numeracy

The Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) are designed to scaffold the learning required in order to meet the expectations of the National Curriculum in Mathematics. Statements in the Lancashire Key Learning for Mathematics document have been broken down into smaller steps to support teachers in planning appropriate learning opportunities. These key pieces of learning will support pupils in becoming fluent in the knowledge and skills of the curriculum and ensure that the learning is effective and sustained. 

The number of steps is dependent on the learning and do not  constitute expectations for the end of each term. 

The final step in the progression for each strand of learning is the end of year expectation. 

The Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) have been derived from the Lancashire Key Learning in Mathematics statements, identified primarily from the National Curriculum programmes of study. 

How might Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) in Mathematics be useful? 
Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) may be used in a number of ways. For whole class teaching, LAPS may be used to support differentiation. When planning, it may be appropriate to use LAPS statements to inform learning objectives for a session or number of sessions. Learning and Progression Steps (LAPS) in Mathematics should be selected according to the learning needs of the individual or group. Emphasis however, should always be on developing breadth and depth of learning to ensure skills, knowledge and understanding are sufficiently embedded before moving on. 

The LAPS should not be used as an assessment tool, but they can inform teachers about children’s progress towards the end of year expectations at the end of each term.

Please note this maths publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


Overcoming Learning Loss in Mathematics Training Video

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RES300 £60.00
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Mathematics and Numeracy

Overcoming Learning Loss in Mathematics - Reception, Year 1, Year 2, Year 5 and Year 6     Please select from the drop down box.

Due to the popularity of these courses, LPDS has made this training available for you to purchase as a video link to watch at your own convenience. You will also receive the relevant year group planner to amend and develop for your school.

This video linked course will cover:

  • strategies to overcome learning loss in mathematics for children in your chosen year group;
  • high value aspects of mathematics and how to address these;
  • developing children's deep and sustainable understanding of mathematics;
  • the effective use of intervention materials; and
  • strategies for developing children's reasoning and problem solving skills.

(Unfortunately Year 3 and 4 are not available due to technical difficulties with the recording.)

Please note this maths training is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the information and save it to your computer.  

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.


NQT Induction Tutor Training Video

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RES900 £40.00
Subject to VAT where applicable
Mentoring

This course has been recorded and is now available to purchase and watch at your convenience.

It will cover the key documents for induction, consider the full process of support for, and monitoring of, NQTs as well as the collection of evidence and making formal assessments.It will:

• explore the teacher standards and NQT regulations and guidance which apply to all NQTs undertaking induction since September 2012;
• provide a comprehensive overview of the induction process;
• help understand the role and responsibilities of the induction tutor, NQT and Headteacher;
• help you to understand key documentation, including the Assessment Forms and the Career Entry and Development Profile; and
• examine strategies to ensure NQTs succeed.

This video is for Induction Tutors supporting NQTs from KS1 - Post 16.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

 


Assessment in Primary Music

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RES255 £25.00
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Music

This document was designed by teachers for teachers. It provides a simple, effective and flexible guide to accessing the music curriculum.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

The price is subject to vat where applicable.


KS1 Fundamental Movement Skills Teacher Resource and Supertato Year 1 Baseline Unit

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PBL048 £50.00
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Physical Education

These publications will help teachers working in KS1 understand the developmental stages of fundamental movement skills (FMS).

 

The teacher resource booklet breaks down the key fundamental movement skills at KS1 to help teachers recognise the three broad stages of development at KS1.

Each skill in the booklet is broken down into three stages, immature, developing and mature. There are also teaching prompts for each skill to help teachers use the key teaching points when delivering a session and teaching strategies with ideas of how to support children's development through the stages.

 

The Supertato booklet is a theme based baseline unit of work to assess 10 FMS. Each lesson plan includes learning objectives, lesson activities based on the Supertato story, teaching points and assessment support to assess each of the 10 FMS over the unit of work. Following this baseline schools will be able to design their PE curriculum at KS1 to support the key FMS that children need to work on over the KS working towards mastery of these skills by the end of KS1.

 

This resources contains two printed booklets that will be sent via recorded delivery. 

 


Multi-Skills Scheme of Work

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PBL051 £60.00
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Physical Education

This easy to follow resource is perfect for sports coaches, teachers and teaching assistants who want to deliver multi skill activities at lunch times and in after school clubs. It has been written to support anyone in delivering a multi skills session no matter their level of experience. The lessons are easy to follow and have basic diagrams, objectives, progressive activities, safety and easy to follow teaching/coaching points. 

This book contains thirty sessions  and is perfect for teachers and teaching assistants to use for out of hours learning.  The 30 differentiated, multi-skills themed sessions are split up into a warm up, activity 1, activity 2 and a Game, all progressive and very easy to follow.    


Inspiring Science

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PBL005 £100.00
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Science

 

  • Looking for inspiration for your Science planning and not sure where to start?
  • Want to make Science lessons more stimulating but fed up searching the internet?
  • Struggling to plan for challenging learning opportunities?

 

…then this Lancashire Planning Support resource addresses your needs for a more creative approach to science learning

Many primary teachers are keen to provide stimulating, engaging and challenging Science learning for their pupils but are not always sure where to begin. This new resource from Lancashire provides a huge variety of starting points, lesson ideas and links to suitable online resources to support teachers’ planning. The resource does not simply include stimulating activities but provides guidance to ensure that learning is progressive, open ended and challenging.

This resource is designed to support primary schools with a more creative approach to their Science curriculum. The three sections of the resource include:

  • suggested curriculum maps and guidance;
  • key learning progression;
  • a selection of creative contexts for every area of Science and every age within the primary phase.

This resource is available as series of editable Word documents that will be forwarded in a zip folder. All the Creative Context and Key Learning documents are fully editable.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.   

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Maintained Schools.


A1 Science Posters ALL FOUR POSTERS (Postage and Packaging)

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Science

A1 Posters

These provide children with a structure to be able to carry out Fair Test investigations. 

Explore:

To get the children to be inquisitive and ask questions about what they want to investigate further.

Do:

Giving children a choice of how the results could be collected

Plan:

It is only by carrying out a fair test that children can be sure that it is what has been changed (independent variable) that is affecting what is measured (dependent variable).

Interpret & Evaluate:

Scaffolded prompts to get the children thinking about what makes a scientific conclusion.

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Assessment for Primary Science NC2014 - A Support Tool

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Science

Assessment materials to support ongoing, day to day planning, assessment and progression as well as summative judgements against year group expectations. This resource provides teachers with formats which can be used for both planning and to help track progress of children linked to the NC2014 PoS and year group expectations.

 The resource includes:

  • A set of Key Learning for each year group as a reference guide for long term planning
  • Working Scientifically Skills Ladders which provide support for teaching and a format for tracking progression of skills against year group expectations.
  • An A4 grid for every unit of work in each year group which can be used for planning and assessment (linked to Knowledge and Conceptual Understanding).
  • Four examples to select from or adapt with ideas on how to collate judgements of pupil progress over a unit
  • A summary of how to use the materials to suit your setting

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

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Primary Science Covid-19 Updates - Training Video

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Science

Primary Science Covid-19 Updates: Catch up curriculum, H&S and support for practical science and Blended Learning resources. 

Rachael Webb, Teaching and Learning Consultant for Primary Science has recorded a Zoom session with support on a Catch Up Curriculum FREE resource to support Science Subject Leaders, information and guidance on H&S and practical Science during Covid-19 restrictions from CLEAPSS and materials to support Blended Learning in Primary Science.

Many schools have had updates over this term but for those that have missed out we have summarised everything here for easy access. The 70minute recorded session also provides links to some useful websites and resources to support teaching during this term and next both in class within support bubbles and virtually.

Delegates will receive a copy of the recorded training, slides which can be used in a staff meeting and links for lots of free online materials.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.

Please note: this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check you spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the documents and save them to your computer.  


Developing Revision and Study Skills in Mathematics Pack

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Secondary Education General

In many schools, pupils either find it difficult or just opt not to revise for mathematics assessments including GCSEs. In such cases, schools use a lot of teaching time as well as after school and weekend sessions to revise with pupils.

This along with the increase in expectation and challenge of the new curriculum and new GCSE is leaving pupils and schools vulnerable to underachievement and poor attainment.

Demands on teachers time is increasing and this lesson time could be used more productively in developing conceptual understanding and learning new skills.

 The Developing Revision and Study Skills in Maths Pack is designed to support teachers in developing appropriate study skills in students and developing independent revision skills as students approach GCSE.

Lancashire schools will be charged a discounted price of £20

 

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Examining Teaching and Learning in ...

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Teaching and Learning

Intent, Implementation and Impact of your curriculum.

These documents will support subject leaders and senior leaders in reflecting on the different subjects within your school curriculum and how these meet the specific needs of your children. This reflects the emphasis on the whole curriculum in the Ofsted inspection framework from September 2019.

This publication is subject to 20% VAT for non LCC Schools.

Please note this publication is electronic and will be sent to the email address used during purchase. If you have not received it within 5/10 minutes please check your spam/junk folder. The email link received will be live for only 10 days, please download the publication and save it to your computer.  

Click on the drop down list to select your chosen subject and add to the cart.   

 

PLEASE NOTE: The English and Mathematics documents are available as part of the English and Maths website subscription.