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Literacy (20)

  • A Wild Bird Poster Creation Pack
    PFMA has developed a literacy pack with beautifully designed support materials, for Y5 and Y6 children to develop a poster focused on the UK's common wild birds. FREE bird feeder and food starter pack for schools that register.

    Format: Lesson Pack
    File type: PDF
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  • All about animals quiz
    Try our fun and interactive quiz all about animals. Find out who a rat likes to live with, how many kittens Wood Green found homes for last year and what a healthy treat for a chicken could be.

    Format: Smart board
    File type: Download
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  • Caring for pets
    This set of activities aims to make EYFS children aware of pets as living animals with needs and feelings. They learn that owners have a responsibility to meet the needs of their pets and to keep them happy and healthy. Attached worksheets include guidance on a vets role play area and other handouts on a pets' needs.

    Format: Lesson Pack
    File type: Word
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  • Dogs Trust Secondary resources
    This resource uses Dogs Trust campaign materials to help 11-14 year olds support a range of text-level activities within the Key Stage 3 strategy for English. Activities explore how charity advertising uses language and imagery in order to encourage changes in behaviour. The resource includes teacher notes, sample press and radio ads, pupil question sheets and background information.

    Format: Lesson Pack
    File type: Pdf
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  • International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)
    IFAW’s Cats, Dogs and Us free KS1-3 teaching pack contains lessons, student magazines, a film and activities to educate students about the characteristics of cats and dogs and their needs as domesticated animals. The resource encourages students to examine and discuss the important responsibilities people have in caring for cats and dogs and the many different ways that people live with these animals around the world.

    Format: Lesson plans, magazine, poster, film
    File type: PDFs
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  • International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)
    IFAW’s new Special Schools resource Cats, Dogs and Us for students aged 2-19 focuses on learning about the needs of cats and dogs, and in turn our own needs and emotions. It includes a colourful magazine to share with students, lesson plans and a number of supporting activities including songs about cats and dogs, animal sensory experiences to explore with students, symbols to support communication, role-play activities and suggestions for a public performance based on students’ learning.

    Format: SEN magazine, lesson plans, activities, audio cue
    File type: PDF
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  • KS2 English resource from Dogs Trust
    Two engaging English activities which help educate pupils about the importance of socialisation and natural behaviour, in ensuring that dogs are happy, healthy and cared for by their owners.

    Format: Lesson pack
    File type: pdf
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  • Primary resource: The National Curriculum
    This document explains how Battersea education resources cover the National Curriculum. It includes background information for teachers on learning objectives, required resources, extension activities and possible cross-curricular links.

    Format: Educational Pack
    File type: Pdf
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