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FREE Scheme of Work Units
The Schemes of Work for Primary, Middle and Secondary Schools have been created using the School Plan Management - Plan4Me application.
 Includes full text and examples from the DfES and QCA, following their recommendations precisely the data is organised into weekly/sequential units (particularly advantageous for the Numeracy Strategy)
  The documents may be opened and printed using the FREE Plan4ME-Lite application or the FREE Document Reader - PrePlan4.
  Click here to download PrePlan4 setup program (905kb)
Please Note:- Open/Run the file, select the Extract button, the Setup.exe program starts on completion of file extratction. Setup also associates the file type (.ByR) with the program to enable files to be launched from within 'Windows' explorer and has an automatic uninstaller, it is the recommended option, also includes a sample document.

If you don't need the above functionality or if you are experiencing a load error when starting the program then Click here to download just PrePlan4.exe - new version 4.55

 Teachers - reduce your bureacratic burden
click here to access the document download area

"we are working directly from your Numeracy units in the classroom and have just received a most favourable report from the school inspectorate, they have suggested we should pass on the scheme to other schools in our area, is that OK?"
Yes - you may print/photocopy and distribute the documents to other schools. We are aware that some providers attach a significant charge for hardcopy of the data in unit form and prohibit photocopying. We provide the data free, without such restrictions, in order to demonstrate the scope of the School Plan Management software and also to publicise one of the fundamental features of the Plan4Me application. Also we may just 'help out' a few of our teacher colleagues and thus make a useful contribution to a number of children's education.


"my son cannot do these maths examples and he says he's never been taught how to, are you sure it's intended for his age range?"
"how do I help my son's progress at home without causing him confusion"
If you want to know what the government recommend your child's school should be teaching and what his expected level of achievement should be, or you wish to aid your child's progress but are unsure how to proceed, then using the DfES and QCA Schemes of Work is the answer.
Parents contributing to their child's education, at home, using the same material as that being used at school can be one of the most significant factors that influence a childs future.

Numeract Units 2006 - click to enlarge


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