More SEN science worksheets uploaded

I’ve uploaded the rest of my KS3 collection of worksheets and all of my KS4 entry level collection.
I was surprised to see how few worksheets I had that were of a quality that I would want to publish on here (or how many were not complete with diagrams scanned in etc).
I plan on adding my AQA GCSE resources next.

Edit: Sept 08 – Follow this link to see where my files are currently hosted

5 replies on “More SEN science worksheets uploaded”

  1. WOW!!! you are indeed fiendishly clever! Just thought I would drop you a line to let you know that I will be making use of some of your EXCELLENT resources all the way in the Philippines! I teach at the international school of manila in the primary learning support department. I have struggled to find such high quality resources to use with students with additional support needs.

    If it is okay with you I will pass your link onto the Middle School and to my husband who teaches High School physics. He has stared his own blog on here called Tricky Dicky physics and I will ask him to link to your if you don’t mind!

    Many Thanks or Salamat Po as we say in the Philippines!

    Angela Reilly

  2. WOW!!! you are indeed fiendishly clever! Just thought I would drop you a line to let you know that I will be making use of some of your EXCELLENT resources all the way in the Philippines! I teach at the international school of manila in the primary learning support department. I have struggled to find such high quality resources to use with students with additional support needs.If it is okay with you I will pass your link onto the Middle School and to my husband who teaches High School physics. He has stared his own blog on here called Tricky Dicky physics and I will ask him to link to your if you don’t mind!Many Thanks or Salamat Po as we say in the Philippines!Angela Reilly

  3. Thank you for your kind comments. The resources on here are only a sample of what I’ve made over the years, and are hopefully the ones I am alright to distribute without copyright issues.

    I am always grateful for the opportunity to engage in conversation with other teachers and welcome comments either through blogger or through my contact form.

    Feel free to link to my blog/resources and I look forward to reading your husband’s blog

  4. Thank you for your kind comments. The resources on here are only a sample of what I’ve made over the years, and are hopefully the ones I am alright to distribute without copyright issues.I am always grateful for the opportunity to engage in conversation with other teachers and welcome comments either through blogger or through my contact form.Feel free to link to my blog/resources and I look forward to reading your husband’s blog

  5. Thank you so much for all the resources you have made and published online. You have saved me a huge amount of time and I’ve borrowed many ideas from your BTEC Chemistry scheme of work for my own one. It would have taken my weeks to complete without your support.
    I am now about to look through your SEN stuff as a back up for our TA’s as we have a number of corridor walkers in our school, who we need to provide work for so they are still receiving as much of the lesson content as is possible with a practical subject.

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