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Wholenewsituation Tue 17-Jun-14 19:02:04

NC....... I know how bloody hard it is to strike a balance between teaching and family life. I am now at a point in my life where my kids are older and I am not completely strung out at the end of each day. With this in mind I would love to share free resources (GCSE/A level/key stage 3 geography) from the huge number that I have to any parents who have little ones and who are stung for time. Just PM me. I am not mad....just want to help out.

Hoping that I'm allowed to do this.... hmm

LizzieVereker Tue 17-Jun-14 19:07:56

Great idea, Wholenew grin - I'll offer the same for English - KS3, 4 and 5. Just PM me for power points, SOW etc.

dietcokeandcadburys Tue 17-Jun-14 19:09:30

Anyone happen to have any GCSE statistics past papers?

Wholenewsituation Tue 17-Jun-14 19:17:01

diet. Have you tried the exam board websites?

Roseformeplease Tue 17-Jun-14 19:19:22

I am happy to offer English materials, mostly suitable for use with Scottish N5 and Higher.....

dietcokeandcadburys Tue 17-Jun-14 19:31:26

They don't have them on the Edexcel website for some reason

Wholenewsituation Tue 17-Jun-14 19:36:20


Are these any use? If you scroll down to 'Documents' then click on 'Question Paper'

Wholenewsituation Tue 17-Jun-14 19:38:10

Edexcel Statistics

Now with link blush

Wholenewsituation Tue 17-Jun-14 19:39:16

Will try again

dietcokeandcadburys Tue 17-Jun-14 19:41:07

Perfect, whole not sure how I didn't see those blush I'll print them out and give them to DD.

Wholenewsituation Tue 17-Jun-14 19:52:57

Exam board websites are dreadful to navigate round

somedizzywhore1804 Tue 17-Jun-14 20:00:19

This is one of the nicest threads ever! grin

HexBramble Tue 17-Jun-14 21:58:06

OP what a lovely, lovely thread.
I teach a minority language and there are hardly any resources out there. I would LOVE to have similar help - juggling everything is tough without all the prep.

I always pay it forwards too.

You are lovely!

sashh Wed 18-Jun-14 06:55:49

Can I recommend TES?

There is a section for uploading resources.

TheLateMrsLizCromwell Thu 19-Jun-14 18:13:17

Agree about TES. Resources there were a lifeline for me when I needed them and so have uploaded resources I have created. Best way to share.

phlebasconsidered Thu 19-Jun-14 18:54:12

I do love TES and the Guardian website, but there's a real gap for specialist. I have a ton of resources for French Revolution / Napoleonic Europe AS/A2, and loads for Liberal reforms, Build up to war and so on. TES isn't really specific.

If there IS anyone else daft enough to teach French Rev / Napoleon at AS/A2, they are welcome to my CD of resources. I used schoolhistory a lot to find stuff, but even then, at that level, there isn't a lot of sharing. So few schools do a topic that isn't Mainstream.

I've also got LOTS of Year 4 and 5 stuff, plust lots of learning to teach year 4 and 5 stuff that might be helpful to people.

BackforGood Thu 19-Jun-14 19:03:22

What a lovely offer shame none of my dc are taking Geog.. smile

Wholenewsituation Thu 19-Jun-14 21:22:19

The TES is great but can take some time to wade through everything.

Phineyj Sat 21-Jun-14 09:31:08

I have heaps of KS5 Economics resources if anyone wants to borrow! There is probably some crossover with Geog e.g. Development.

roaringwater Tue 01-Jul-14 19:26:13

phlebasconsidered - I'm an NQT in Year 5, I would love any resources you might have!

Justtoobad Wed 02-Jul-14 19:52:23

I have lots of ks3 history and GCSE Germany lessons, and reports (reports coming out my ears) for all year groups, plus ucas references, subject history, plus as tutor.

10twinkle10 Wed 02-Jul-14 20:45:43

Im an early years teacher always happy to help with planning/ideas/resources if anyone needs any help smile

SuffolkNWhat Wed 02-Jul-14 20:56:17

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