Below you will find a list of publications produced by the Hampshire Inspection and Advisory Service. They have been sorted by subject to make it easier for you to find the publication you need.
If you would like to know more about the publications we produce or to order a publication, please contact the HIAS Publications Team on:
Eight P-Level descriptors, covering KS1 – KS4, with a list of suggested drama activities and resources for each.
Price: HCC free via HIAS drama website 121kb, external £5 (electronic)
The results of a cross-phase talk group, this publication explores how pupils can investigate spoken language. It offers lively practical ideas to try in the classroom to develop pupils’ own speaking and listening abilities.
Price: HCC £4, external £8
A range of teaching packs, artefact boxes and books are available for purchase/loan from the RADE Centre.
A cross-curricular secondary teaching and learning pack which challenges prejudice and discrimination using the experience of the Gypsy ethnic group as a case study. Provides a scheme of work and a range of detailed lesson plans (also on CD).
Price: £35, external £40 (excluding VAT)
This new publication brings schools up to date with current position of SMSC in schools and offers a self-evaluation tool to help schools identify their current provision and suggest ways forward.
Price: HCC £6 (electronic £4), external £25
A comprehensive programme of rights, respect and responsibilities/citizenship education for tackling the different issues surrounding race and racism. It contains a range of pupil activities, plus clear teacher guidance.
Price: HCC £30, external Price: £37
A photo-based resource pack (plus CD) which explores factual information and attitudes on substance misuse taught through the use of the French language.
Price: £5, external £10 plus VAT
A cross-phase set of guidelines which define the various components and requirements of personal and social development. It supports schools in identifying how their PSHE provision contributes to pupil achievement and school improvement, and provides practical guidance and support for teachers on planning, delivering and assessment.
Price: HCC £30, external £35
A policy document which defines and supports the work of all those who work with children and young people, relating to the use and misuse of substances by young people. It aims to ensure that everyone actively enhances the delivery of education, advice, support and guidance to young people, and adds value to the work of existing teams and professionals.
Price: HCC free via the HIAS drug and alcohol website 358kb
A policy document to ensure that all staff have a common understanding of information sharing and confidentiality when working with children and young people – when and what to share, and who to share it with.
Price: HCC free via the HIAS Healthy Schools website
This folder offers guidance on planning and delivering an effective drug education programme. The CD contains 30 lesson plans covering Year R to Year 6. Supporting resources sheets are also provided. The planning and resource sheets are provided on a CD to enable schools to adapt them for their own usage.
Price: HCC free, external £15
This folder offers guidance on planning an effective drug education programme. It suggests the minimum provision and offers ways in which schools can build on to their existing provision. The CD contains 10 suggested sessions plans, assessment advice and supporting resources. The planning and resource sheets are provided on a CD to enable schools to adapt them for their own usage.
Price: HCC free, external £20
A range of teaching packs, artefact boxes and books are available for purchase/loan from the RE Centre.
Living Difference Revised, the Agreed Syllabus for Hampshire, is more than just a teaching syllabus – it offers an emphasis on the process of teaching and learning based on enquiry into concepts, and on the importance of pupils developing and expressing their own beliefs and values.
Price: HCC Boxed CD – £5 + free via HIAS RE website, external £10 (excluding VAT)
A comprehensive handbook for primary schools to support the Hampshire Agreed Syllabus. Contains advice on long and medium-term planning, 27 units of work, assessment and self-evaluation guidance, teaching and learning strategies and comprehensive resources/contact lists.
Price: HCC free, external £40
A comprehensive handbook for secondary schools to support the Hampshire Agreed Syllabus. Contains advice on long and medium-term planning, 15 units of work, plus a CD containing an extensive collection of supporting resources for all units, assessment and self-evaluation guidance, teaching and learning strategies and comprehensive resources/contact lists.
Price: HCC free, external £50
A cross-curricular secondary teaching and learning pack which challenges prejudice and discrimination using the experience of the Gypsy ethnic group as a case study. Provides a scheme of work and range of detailed lesson plans (also on CD).
Price: HCC £35, external £40 (excluding VAT)
This publication is a clear description of what pupils must be taught in order to make good progress in science. It defines progressions in both the powerful scientific ideas that children need to understand to be able to make predictions and develop explanations, and the knowledge and skills required to explore and investigate. Models for teaching, assessing and tracking these ideas and skills are described.
Price: HCC £30, external £40
Available to pre-order.
Through an approach of risk assessment, these guidelines (updated in Dec 2014) help science teachers to identify potential risks and to plan activities to minimise risks. Describes the process of risk assessment and includes detailed safety guidance cards for each aspect of the scheme of work.
Price: HCC £15, external £20
This publication is free to download via the HIAS science website.
Through an approach of risk assessment, these guidelines help science teachers to identify potential risks and to plan activities so as to minimise risks. Pupils are encouraged to recognise potential risks themselves, and learn how to take appropriate action.
Price: HCC free via HIAS science website, external £10 (excluding VAT)
This multi-sensory, highly structured set of materials is used to teach children aged 5 – 7 who have been identified through screening as being at risk of literacy problems, and helps them develop early reading and writing skills. These materials aim to provide literacy skills equal to those of Key Stage 1, bringing pupils up to national levels. The materials consist of a teaching book, a set of photocopiable pictures, record sheets and certificates.
Price: HCC £40, external £50