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Descriptive Writing for Suspense

Primary
KS2

Using Patrick Ness’ A Monster Calls and Debate Mate games, students can experiment with using descriptive language, vocabulary choices, dialogue and sentence structure to develop their suspense writing.

Interwar Germany

History
KS4

Understand the failure of democracy in Germany and the rise of Hitler and the Nazis

Globalisation

Geography
KS5

Globalisation has led to an increasingly interconnected world which has both benefits and costs. This topic considers why globalisation is accelerating and the impacts of globalisation.

World War II Holocaust

History
KS3

This SOW approaches newspaper article writing through A1:L32 teaching of World War Two and Kindertransport, while discussing today’s refugee child crisis.

Coasts

Geography
KS3

An introduction to the processes that create coastal landscapes, the impacts of coastal recession and the advantages and disadvantages of coastal management strategies.

Civil Rights

History
KS3

Centuries of struggle for legal, economic and social equality – this Scheme of Work explores how African Americans fought for Civil Rights.

Fairy Tales

Primary
KS2

An engaging and dramatised SOW reading and discussing fairy tale conventions in order to inspire creative writing.

Victorian Era

Primary
KS2

An introduction to the Victorian Era and Victorian children’s labour.

Managing Energy Resources

Geography
KS4

As consumption across the world grows so too does the demand for energy, this topic considers the role of both renewable and non renewable energy in meeting energy needs.

Rainforests

Geography
KS4

They only cover around 2 percent the total surface area of our planet, but make up 50 percent of the plants and animals on it- this scheme of work will bring the rainforests to life.

Tectonics

Geography
KS3

An introduction to tectonic theory including continental drift, the structure of the earth and plate boundaries, culminating in a evaluative case study.

Writing from Different Cultures

English
KS3

An energetic, easy-to-edit SOW that engages students with oral storytelling and folk tales from two cultures to inspire their own writing.

Love and Relationships Poetry

English
KS3

Take your students on a journey that reflects on family and romantic relationships through modern poetry.

Macbeth

English
KS4

One of Shakespeare’s most challenging plays- get students engaging in discussions of guilt, ambition and tyranny.

Wuthering Heights

English
KS3, KS4, KS5

This 9 lesson scheme of work shows you how to bring one of the classics alive through debate-led teaching.

An Inspector Calls

English
KS4

This modern classic explores greed and capitalism in the early 20th Century through the mysterious arrival of an Inspector at a family celebration…