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Teaching all of KS2 together in one class! Help!

Discussion in 'Welcome lounge and forum help' started by oenetheras1, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. My final teaching placement is in a tiny school with only 30 children in KS2. I therefore have to teach them all together for everything except Maths and English. I know this will take great differentiation skills in theory, but having only taught large same age classes on other placements, I feel quite overwhelmed by the prospect. Can anyone offer any helpful advice?
     
  2. My final teaching placement is in a tiny school with only 30 children in KS2. I therefore have to teach them all together for everything except Maths and English. I know this will take great differentiation skills in theory, but having only taught large same age classes on other placements, I feel quite overwhelmed by the prospect. Can anyone offer any helpful advice?
     
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