The Prep School corridors and classrooms are awash with wonderfully colourful displays. Thank you to everyone for creating such an attractive and stimulating learning environment for all. Below are just a small selection of those that caught my eye during our brief learning walk on Wednesday.
A fun starter or revision tool. Template is available here. Pupils work in pairs. Pupil one continues his/her break until they can't answer a question. Pupil two will then take his/her turn. Pupils must pot a red first. Once they have potted a red they must pot a colour. A maximum of two questions per …
For retrieval practise, pupils complete 10 questions on a previous lesson as a starter activity. The question sheets are then tagged together to produce a pack of revision cards on each topic. The template is available here.
This free, folding revision guide is available to download here.
The Google Arts and Culture website has been created by the Google Cultural Institute in conjunction with many of the world's greatest museums. Using the site, pupils can examine artworks and cultural treasures in extraordinary detail. There are currently over 4000 museums and famous buildings to explore (including the Natural History Museum in London and …
An updated feature in Google Classroom is the ability to easily generate question-driven discussions, ideal for entry and exit tickets as well as hinge-point questions (allowing you to view and quickly interpret all pupils' responses). The video below shows you how.
Educational Practices Series leaflets, published by the International Bureau of Education, are available in full via their website. A number of the leaflets are now also available for loan from the Prep School library.