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Medium term planning grid

Discussion in 'Primary' started by lillipad, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. lillipad

    lillipad New commenter

    Hi all, i'm looking for some medium term planning grids for Literacy and Numeracy. I feel like it's time to upgrade and see what else is out there but in the resources section it's hard to filter out blank ones... Anyone know any good websites?
     
  2. CarrieV

    CarrieV Lead commenter

    My full extent of my medium term planning grid for numeracy says
    week 1 four operations,
    week 2 square numbers/factors/multiples,
    week 3 shape-angles and quadrilaterals,
    week 4 data handling pie graphs,
    week 5 probability,
    week 6 measure esp scale divisions
    and for literacy it says
    week 1 Film and graphic-preferences/reviews
    week 2 film and graphic- features/language
    week 3 Film and graphic-storyboards
    week 4 Film and graphic-production of own film
    week 5 Argument/persuasion-film classification
    week 6 argument/persuasion-film trailers/adverts
    so it's probably not exactly what you are looking for[​IMG]
     
  3. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    I use this for maths:
    https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/learning/west_sussex_grid_for_learning/curriculum/mathematics/primary_mathematics/assessment/progression_through_sublevels.aspx

    Click on the 'supporting document link'. I then write my plan based on what needs to be covered and what fits with out topic if possible. I like teaching to the levels rather than year expectations.

    For writing I use:
    http://www.lancsngfl.ac.uk/nationalstrategy/literacy/index.php?category_id=151

    I use the single sheet link. This gives me all the LOs I need and so I just link the context to whatever topic we are covering.

    I use the reading skills on the same link, but as AF for GR sessions.

    Again not a scheme of work as such, but it does mean you cover all the NC requirements and can do so in any way you wish.
     
  4. lillipad

    lillipad New commenter

    Cool, thank you :)
     

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