Ive been in KS1 a while but there are always things I need to improve on, and if people wouldn't mind sharing any good practice with me that would be great! A few things that are bugging me at the moment. We have a very play based freeflow style FS and Y1 so this is the first year they are sitting down and all working on work related to the input at the same time. 1) How do you manage them finishing and not all queueing up to show you? I have considered just asking them to put their work in a finished work tray, but SO many of them do not complete it to a satisfactory standard and I have to send so many off with a pointer or to ask them to improve, that I know they would just put their work in there regardless. But them all queueing up to see me is distracting me from my focus group. How much time/attention do you give to struggling children who are not in your focus group? (Often it is not because of poor differentiation, but because of a lack of listening/comprehending the task/ability to work independantly!) 2) When they have finished their work, what do they do? Do you always have an extension task ready? Do they have certain activities they can explore? At the moment mine have access to a reading corner and scrap paper/pens etc. I am building up a supply of literacy and numeracy 'games' that they will have access too and am hoping this works. But it does mean noise goes up, and children are not necessarily doing something 'focussed' on the LO of the lesson. I may think of more things that have been niggling me over the holidays, but any suggestions on the above would be greatly appreciated. I am more used to having Y1 in a freeflow environment so they are always engaged in an activity, so having higher ability Y2 is the first time i've had to consider the issues above!