End of Spring Term Checklist for Teachers

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With Easter just a few weeks away, here is an end-of-spring-term checklist to help you get ready for the holidays: 

  1. Reset the Spelling Ability Test

    End of term is the perfect point to reset the ability test.

    Your students will be provided with an updated pathway for the start of the new term and you will have a data point to help you map their progress. Compare each student’s end-of-term Spellzone Score to their start-of-term one to see how much they have improved.
  2. Look at your class results  

    As well as exploring the results section for each student, you can look at and download the results for your class as a whole. Click on the class name and then scroll to the results section.

    You may wish to look at results for your whole school too.  
  3. Reward your students  

    The end of term is the perfect time to reward your students for their progress, especially now that you have tracked their results. You can even find out which student scored the most effort and achievement points over the spring term. 

    Any time you see a yellow certificate icon Spellzone, it means you can print out a certificate. Certificates are found on the league tables, on each student’s rewards page, and on each student’s results page.

    Why not try our printable stickers too?
  4. Enjoy our Easter content:

    What came first, the chicken or the egg?
    3 Eggy Idioms for Easter
    Commonly Confused Words: Yolk vs. Yoke
    Word for Wednesday: Chocolate
  5. Play our spelling games

    Have you tried our Springtime Spelling and Easter Egg Hunt games yet? 

    Students can play against each other using the multiplayer option.   

24 Mar 2022
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One of the students has put in a huge amount of effort in completing Spellzone at least 3 times a week since his arrival with us in January. Looking at his scores after the latest GL testing, his standardised score has risen from 99 to 131. This is a truly phenomenal result. I just wanted to share the best result I have ever seen.

Terrie Penrose-Toms, Casterton College