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Inclusion Resource Bank

Price: £295.00
Age Range: KS3 and KS4

The complete resource for inclusion of isolated students.

  • 288 worksheets
  • across six key subjects
  • and two key stages - for mixed ability.

Many school inclusion co-ordinators already use Chalkface resources to great effect. The Inclusion Resource Bank was written from scratch to fulfil the following criteria:

  • To provide a broad choice of curriculum materials across subjects, key stages, and topics, so that work assigned to students in isolation can be aligned with that of their regular classmates.
  • To be usable by the student without teacher intervention; the materials can be used at home, in an internal isolation unit, or even in hospital.
  • To cater for students across the ability spectrum by supporting a range of differentiation strategies.

Inclusion resources cover:

  • Maths
  • English
  • Science
  • PSHE
  • Citizenship
  • RE

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Size: 580 pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 544 1
Code: IRB5b
Popularity rank: 6
Average Customer Review:  * * * * *  based on 14 reviews

Contents List

Topics are generally the same for both Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 with KS4 worksheets following a more advanced line of argument and debate. (Scottish designations: KS3 equates to S1-2; KS4 equates to S3-4.) Sample topics from the 288 individualised lessons:


KS3: Rounding - Fractions - Percentages - Equations - Sequences - Area and perimeter - Graphs and charts - Probability - Averages.

KS4: Integers - Powers and roots - Calculator methods - Algebraic expressions - Simultaneous equations - Angles and parallel lines - Vectors - Volume and area - Statistics - Collecting and representing information - Interpreting results.


Creative writing - Writing to inform, explain, and describe - Presenting - Persuading - Forming opinions and putting forward an argument - Understanding Shakespearian texts - Examining 19th and 20th century literature - Grammar and punctuation.


Body systems - Heat - Light - Solids, liquids, and gases - Electricity - Magnetism - Enzymes - Genetics - Atoms - Kinetic theory - Rock cycle - Halogens - Structure of the Earth - Reactivity of metals - Energy conversions - Hydraulics - Radioactivity.


What makes a good and bad citizen? - Crime and antisocial behaviour - Rights and responsibilities (locally and globally) - Rules and regulations - Environmental awareness - Community involvement - Governments - Multicultural diversity.


Stress - Pride - Self-esteem - Friendship - Personal safety - Bullying - Peer pressure - Drugs - Diet - Self-care - Money-management. The KS4 section contains additional topics such as: Career options - Age limits - Time-management.


KS3: Festivals and celebrations - Monotheism and polytheism - World faiths - Places of worship - Articles of faith - Gods - Religious history and teachings.

KS4 deals predominantly with the attitudes of different religions to key topics such as marriage, abortion, war, crime and punishment, the environment, and life and death.



Good resources but all of the same style therefor outcomes are almost predictable
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Name and school withheld.

This has been very helpful, a great resource :-)
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A good range of topics/activities with generally clear instructions. A sensible approach to the issue of providing good quality resources for students removed from the classroom. However the difficulty level of many seemed rather high (complex instructions rather than short, simple points). This could be a disadvantage with students who are weaker academically or if the member of staff supervising is not confident in that subject.
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Ok to use
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excellent thankyou
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direct and relevant materials that can be used from different perspectives and are enjoyed by the students - working alone .. and also as (animated) discussion areas for current culture etc.
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Havent used most of it yet but there are some really good worksheets that can be used and adapted to suit my students
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Name and school withheld.

A very useful addition to our inclusions packs as they are now rather dated! Chalkface as always have provided us with some new material! Sadly whole pack is too expensive for us at this time!
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Name and school withheld.

Great for taster - pack sadly too expensive for us at this time
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Name and school withheld.

I liked the citizenship resources and can see how I may use them as an English teacher. I didn't think the English resources were that detailed/helpful.
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Name and school withheld.

Some useful resources. They were clear and easy to use.There could be even further development and possibly updated graphics.
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Very good resources. Thank you.
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I have not used the resources as my classes do not start for another few days. However, I have used previous downloads as extensions for some of my lessons. Chalkface have provided an excellent variety of maths resources. Unfortunately as sessional staff I am not guaranteed maths teaching hours so cannot justify buying the whole package.
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L Brock at Brune Park Community School

I was looking for materials for students who are: excluded, included within school but in isolation, on a part-time timetable, looked-after children who are temporarily moved out of area, on alternative curriculum which has a distance learning element and those on a flexi arrangement with home. This one pack covers all of these and being both cross-curricular and cross-key stage fits the bill on all scores. I will be making up a number of booklets which will then be available throughout our school.
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