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Part of a
series of assessment sheets for KS1/2 produced by David Warbrick.
David explains: A single 2 sided A4 sheet for each of the QCA
units of work- there are 3 expected levels of outcome- Most children
will..... Some children will do better and...... Some children will
not do as well and....... The reverse of the sheet contains the
"small steps" the learning objectives for the scheme as a means of
recording the achievements of those children who didn't achieve the
You can find further details and the whole set of sheets at
(rtf files in zip archive)
Niall Shaw is a retired
headteacher who runs a "cottage business" selling CD Roms containing
KS2 history worksheets. This page contains 6 free samples. This one
deals with the Aztec numbering system. If you like what you see you
can order from
MyWorld 3 screens - 20 for Ancient Greece and 21 for Ancient Egypt
and a help file for each. Thanks to Dave Hollett for these. If you
have Acorns simply set them to be !Draw files and they will work
A useful information
sheet about the Vikings.Thanks to Kim Siddorn of Regia Anglorum,
whose excellent website at
www.regia.org has masses of information about the life and times
of the folk who lived in and around the islands of Britain in the
closing years of the first millennium. ie not only the Vikings but
also the Saxonsand the effect that the Viking invasions had on them.
Regia Anglorum also do school visits( details on the website).
This is a short précis of the life of Henry VIII and his wives.
There are portraits of the them
and so it is a little large at 399Kb.
It is intended as a quick guide for teachers and is a summary taken
from numerous places.
I’m not sure about the copyright protocols of the pictures, but as
they were all freely available on the web I can’t really see any
2 sets of data about
Hinckley, Leics. from the 1851 Census. There is an MS Excel file
containing data about the occupants of the workhouse and an MS
Access database of the inhabitants of one particular street. There
are also several MS Publisher files containing pupil's information,
worksheets and lesson notes. Thanks to Martin Midgley.
The fascinating story of
Mary Seacole, who like Florence Nightingale, was a celebrated nurse
during the Crimean War. Unlike FN, though, Mary Seacole was black
and has been largely forgotten. This biographical information sheet
helps to redress the balance.