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P6 Pupil Learning Plan and Self Assessment:

  1. Colour: Green = I have achieved. Orange = I’m almost there. Red = I need more help

Name: _______________________ Class: P6 Date: Dec 2012

  • SubjectLearning ObjectivesResourcesMy successLiteracy Level 2/3

Mr McGurk’s group

  1. I take part in class discussions and group work with confidence and listen to others’ ideas and views

  2. Phase 3-I can guess what a word might mean. ER8

  3. I can write a procedural writing plan for making tea & toast.

  4. I can write a procedure including aim, what we need and steps.

  5. I understand the purpose of a verb.

  6. I can put the verb at the start of an instruction

  7. I can self assess my procedure using agreed success criteria. WILF

  8. I am able to read and write simple instructions

  9. I can use a dictionary and a thesaurus correctly.

  10. I can use the language from the question to answer comprehension questions using full sentences.

  11. I can find other words for over used words e.g. got/said

  12. I can make and use contractions.

  13. I can identify one, two or three syllables within words.

  14. I can use adjectives to make my writing more interesting.

Nelson Bk1 Non Fiction Unit 4

Nelson Bk1 Fiction Unit 4


Writing Continuum

Nelson Bk2 Non Fiction Unit 5

Nelson Bk2 Fiction Unit 5


  1. Level 4

Mr Mc Kernan’s

  1. GroupI am able to construct, present and defend a point of view during group debating sessions.

  2. Phase 4-I can use my voice to show meaning when I read aloud from a script.TR15

  3. Phase 4 –I can talk about how a story or an information book is put together. TR9

  4. I can answer comprehension questions when the answer is hinted at in the story.

  5. I can use synonyms for over used words e.g. said.

  6. I can use adverbs and adjectives to enhance meaning.

  7. I can use speech marks and reported speech when appropriate to add to a story.

  8. I can group sentences into paragraphs to separate my ideas.

  9. I can keep the correct tense throughout a piece of writing e.g. past tense.

  10. I can change sentences between the different tenses.

  11. I can identify rhyming words and know that not all rhyming words have the same spelling.

  12. I can write a Limerick making lines 1, 2 and 5 and lines 3 and 4 rhyme.

  13. I understand the pattern of syllables in a Limerick and can use this in writing my Limerick.

  14. I can use a play script to act out a drama scene.

  15. I can write a playscript using a title, cast list, stage directions, set description:

  16. I can set out a playscript using colons after character names.

  17. I am able to construct, present and defend a point of view during group debating sessions.Nelson Bk 3 Fiction Pg.

20-27/ 28-34/ 92-99

Nelson Bk 3 Non fiction Pg. 28-34

100 Literacy Hours (year 5) Pg 73-77

Reading Continuum

Writing Continuum

Active Learning and Teaching Strategies for KS2 Level 2/3

Mrs Wray’s


  1. NU2.11 Explore the concept of halves and quarters using whole shapes and sets of objects

  2. NP2.8 Explore and use extended addition patterns, eg

  3. 3 + 2 = 5

  4. 13 + 2 = 15

  5. 23 + 2 = 25

  6. NP2.9Explore and use subtraction patterns.

  7. NA2.4Use the 30/50 array, progressing to the 100 square to add:

10 and multiples of 10;

11 and 21;

9 and 19;

  1. NS2.3 Use the 30/50 array, progressing to the 100 square to subtract:

10 and multiples of 10;

11, 21;

9, 19.

  1. NOM3.2 Consolidate the concept of multiplication:

• up to 5 x 5;

• to include all the 2, 5, and 10 times tables. Develop quick recall.

  1. NMD3.3 Understand that multiplication and division are inverse operations and use to check results of calculations.NHM 2

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Level 3

Mr. McKernan’s group

  1. I can multiply a two digit number by 2,3,4,5 and 10. NOM3.5

  2. I understand what division means and can show division sums by grouping objects. ND3.1

  3. I can divide numbers exactly by 2, 5 and 10. ND3.3

  4. I can see a link between multiplying and dividing. ND3.4

  5. I recognise and use halves, quarters, tenths, thirds and fifths. NU3.6

  6. I can find ½, 1/3, ¼, 1/5 and 1/10 of a number. NU3.6

  7. I can draw and use a pictogram where a picture stands for more than one object. HD3.9

IWB - Maths


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Level 4

Mr McGurk’s


  1. I have quick recall of all multiplication tables up to 10x10.R4.4

  2. I can add, subtract and multiply decimals. N4.8 N4.17

  3. I understand decimal notation in relation to tenths and hundredths N4.15 MS23

  4. I can understand and can identify multiples, factors, squared numbers, squared roots. R4.4 UNS74

  5. I understand what a prime number is. R5.3 UNS72
  6. I can multiply any number by 10 / 100. N4.10

  7. I can multiply a number by a multiple of 100.N4.19

  8. I can carry out calculations involving multiplication/division of money using written methods. NP4.1

  9. I can discuss other forms of money transactions: cheque, credit, debit and account balances. NP4.2

  10. I understand that you must have money in a bank to obtain cash using a cash card. NP4.3

  11. I can create tables, charts, and graphs using the program Excel on a computer. HD.4.3New Heinemann Maths 5 (Teacher Copy)

Cambridge Module 6 Bk 2

Heinemann Check ups and assessment

Ginn 5

Mental Maths Skills and Strategies

  1. The World Around UsCompletion of STEM project with Roisin Crawford.

  2. I am able to explore various websites on animals and create work for my animal project.

  3. I can label and draw a variety of Viking weapons and a Viking warrior.

  4. I can draw and label a Viking Home.

  5. I can use the school website to explore an interactive Viking

The Vikings in Britain

Vikings – Settlers in Ireland


Active Learning and Teaching Strategies for KS2

IWB – Science

  1. IWB - VikingsThe ArtsI am using my creative skills to produce art work for my animal project.
  2. I can use materials to create a 3D model of my animal for my project front cover.

  3. I am able to use a blue wash to create a Christmas / winter scene.

  4. I am able to read musical notation for the notes D, C, B, A, G and play these on the recorder.

  5. I have completed a music / recorder assessment.

  6. I am able to learn a selection of Carols for the Carol Service.

  7. I can clap and move to different beats.

  8. I can explore and perform a repeated pattern.

  9. I can perform a dance in order using space, following direction and keeping in time with the music.

  10. I can perform the Birdy song, Hokey Cokey, Cha Cha slide, Saturday Night, Y.M.C.A and the Macarena.

  11. I can remember and perform a series of repeated movements which my group made up as a dance.

  12. I use break time and lunch time for imaginative and active play.Bugsy Malone

Music Express

Songs for Every Christmas

Recorder Flipchart

  1. Simone’s Dance Videos.R.E.I am familiar with the story of the Advent calendar.

  2. I know and can retell the main events of the story of Christmas.Good News Bibles

  1. http://bibleforchildren.orgPDMUI can identify my current strengths and target areas for improvement in my learning.

  2. I can assess how successful I am in achieving my full potential.

  3. I can identify a range of feelings that I might have in a given situation.

  4. I understand what empathy is and why we should show it.

  5. I understand why it is important to show how I am feeling.
  1. I can say how I should show my feelings appropriately.Living, Learning Together Unit 1 – Who am I. Thinking Skills/Personal CapabilitiesI understand the use of the Six Thinking Hats and can use them during debating sessions and circle time.

De Bono Thinking Skills

Pupil Monthly Self-Assessment sheets

Circle Time

Classroom meetings

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