Teaching children in school work

The schemes of work and lesson plans cover the National Curriculum subjects for all primary school ages. Each of the activities follow the National Curriculum learning objectives and programmes of study for Key Stages One teaching children in school work Two and the Foundation Stage Framework for Reception to help develop a creative curriculum, enrich learning and support a busy classroom teacher. For one small fee, you can discover thousands of primary resources to support your work in the classroom.

Most of our resources can be edited and adapted to meet the needs of your class. Download and edit our English and Maths schemes of work and lesson plans for all curriculum subjects. All of our resources can be used to help teach the programmes of study for the new National Curriculum. All of our schemes of work and lesson plans come ready supplied with individual, pairs and group differentiated activities to help teach each topic and unit. Each activity can be used in conjunction with one of our schemes of work or lesson plans or you can adapt and edit the activities for your own classroom needs.

We have also built interactive teaching activities for whole class teaching to help introduce topics and test the children’s understanding of key concepts and skills. The activities can be downloaded and edited to meet the needs the children in your class. They can either be used as a complete lesson or you can use the interactive activities individually. As a school, Wellingborough places academic achievement at the heart of its curriculum, creating a challenging education which promotes self-awareness, active participation and responsibility. As a school, Wellingborough places academic achievement at the heart of our curriculum, creating a challenging education which promotes self-awareness, active participation and responsibility.

The School values altruism and community, as is reflected in our commitment to charity and to building links with the world outside of the school gates. Our aim is to create an environment in which pupils can develop to their full potential and thrive as individuals. The School creates a happy, supportive atmosphere, derived from people knowing each other well and a lack of anonymity. My fondest memories are of my years at Wellingborough School. I made my closest friends there and kept in touch with them throughout university and into the world of work. Every day at School is exciting and fun.