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Help : How to open and use a primary teaching pack downloaded from Clickprimary

All of our primary teaching packs are downloaded as zip files. You should already have an archive program or application on your device which you can use to open the zip files. If you don’t have a suitable program or application then you can download a free program to open the zip files such as using 7-Zip.

After you have opened the zip archive you will have access to all of the files needed for the scheme of work, lesson plan or teaching pack that you have purchased. Most of the files are presented in PDF format so that they can be viewed on all devices. You should already have a PDF viewer on your device that can be used to view the files. Some of the files are presented in black and white format so that they can be easily photocopied and used by the pupils in your class.

You can also access Word documents and PowerPoint files as part of the schemes of work, lesson plans of teaching packs so that you edit some of the teaching files to match the needs of your class. We recommend using a program such as LibreOffice to edit the files although you can use any application that opens doc and ppt files.

If you have any suggestions about how a particular scheme of work, lesson plan or teaching pack can be improved then please contact us to offer your ideas for improvement.

  • Lost Son
    Discuss the meaning of a parable from the Bible told by Jesus about forgiving others and reflect on how to solve dilemmas in families
  • Jungle Book
    Read and answer comprehension questions using an extract from a story by a significant author
  • Roman Invasion
    Investigate some of the reasons for the growth of the Roman Empire in the past and how and why the Romans invaded ancient Britain
  • Comparing Fractions
    Identify and record how to compare and order different unit and non-unit fractions by the values of their numerators and denominators