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Students Who Just Say NO

Students who refuse to follow instructions are among the most challenging disruptions in the classroom. Leading behaviour for learning expert Bill Rogers demonstrates how to deal with the student who says "no", retain classroom control and overcome the issues.

Students Who Fiddle With Objects

In this video from Osiris Educational Bill Rodgers discusses his experience of doodling in class as a pupil, and how best to deal with pupils who are distracted by objects in lessons.

Arrogant Lateness

Leading behaviour expert Bill Rogers describes some reliable techniques to address lateness and to minimise its impact.

Flying fruit

Using a huge wall map of the world, flower pots, compost and videos, children find out everything there is to know about the fruit they eat. They investigate where their fruit has travelled from, and what transport was used getting it to the UK. Children explore the different parts of fruit and compare the seeds of...

Demo: the Movie

This film is about the art and theatre of delivering scientific demonstrations, why we do them and how to ensure they deliver the desired learning outcomes. It is important for teachers to consider what it is they want students to observe before carrying out a demonstration. Alom Shaha describes a technique called...

Light and Sound

From Teachers TV, this video shows four examples of lessons on light and sound that are suitable for primary school children. Part of the Great Lesson Ideas series, it contains these ideas for lessons: Years Five and Six teacher David Aston, shows how glass bottles and water inspire children to think about how...


From the series Great Lesson Ideas, this Teachers TV video highlights activities that engage students in learning about measures.

At Cuffley School in Hertfordshire, Year Two students work in pairs to estimate the volume of water contained in different-sized bottles, In the playground they draw a chalk...

Maths Across the School Day

This Teachers TV video shows how a number of initiatives across a school day are being used to improve progression in mathematics at Great Barr Primary School, Birmingham. Teaching assistants deliver wave three intervention and then feed back to teachers.

A student’s progress is discussed by a key worker...

Managing the Process

As part of the series Progression in Primary Maths, this Teachers TV video looks at the impact of a skills-based curriculum and advanced tracking system on student progress in mathematics.

Sue Courbet, Headteacher at Great Barr Primary School, believes that to improve progression mathematics needs to be...

Teaching and Learning Key Stage One

At Great Barr Primary School, in Birmingham, independent enquiry-based learning has been at the heart of children's learning throughout the Early Years Foundation Stage. In this Teachers TV film, Key Stage One class teachers explain how the school ensures that learning in mathematics builds upon the skills the...


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