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  • Aug 28th

    Plenary activity. Alternative way to end my lesson

  • Feb 21st

    Plenary activity

  • Feb 13th

    Plenary activity and vocal assessment

  • Feb 3rd

    Plenary activity

  • Nov 27th

    Generating that certain sense of excitement !

  • Nov 22nd

    For cooling down effectively

  • Nov 6th

    To help other teachers

  • Nov 5th

    To work on making my plenary sessions more effective. love this idea!

  • Sep 12th

    To help other teachers applying different

  • Sep 7th

    this won't print in my school :(

    • Sep 7th

      Hi MisterGoodare,
      I'm sorry you're having trouble here, are you getting any kind of error message when you try to print?

  • Sep 3rd

    Great with my y4/5 class to extend HA chn

  • Aug 31st

    great to recap

  • Aug 25th


  • Jul 20th

    End of lesson reflection!

  • Jun 26th

    too see what students have learnt within the lessons.

    • Jun 27th

      Hi samhawkins,
      Sounds great! Thanks for sharing :)

  • May 6th

    an ending to my lessons to make them think

  • May 6th

    Reflections for end of day, topic or lesson and as an evaluation tool .
    Thanks for sharing

  • Apr 29th

    Plenaries and also for the check out cercle before home time.

  • Apr 8th


  • Apr 3rd

    i am a trainee teacher who is constantly trying to impress my observers with mind blowing plenaries.

  • Jan 29th

    Pick one out of a pot for end of lesson discussions

  • Dec 31st


Plenary Cards

Plenary Cards - A set of question cards supporting children to review their understanding and think about their next steps
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