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Primary EMPOWERING PUPILS IN TRANSiTiON FROM Yr 6 to Yr 7

With a renewable licence the content is updated annually to keep the content fresh and remain up to date with technical developments.

On PC or Ipad - there are 5 Multi Media Chapters, including 35 interactive multi media pages of empowerment for transition, preparing your class for a great move up.

Empowerment Teaching

Empowerment Declarations

Reflective Coaching Questions

With Form Fill Text Boxes

Fun Videos to Watch, Actions to take

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Power Up! Primary Programme is a Transition based Classroom Resource designed to empower Year 6 students as they move up to high school.


The colourful computerised ebook is easy to run, and can be used both to teach from and then for individual pupil use. Multimedia aspects include sound and video.


Pupils type their answers into interactive boxes and save on the PC.


Power Up! uses a coaching approach with positively worded questions.



 Pretty impressed with what it made them think about.        

Everything you need to get set up and started to run Power Up! is in the Quick Teachers Guide, including: technical preparations, to thoughts about how to teach or use the materials in class.  





You have Year 6 teaching rights for the programme with a renewable annual  licence.

The content is updated annually to keep the content fresh and remain up to date with technical developments


In what may be the most comprehensive linked resource of its kind, Power Up! aims to draw the school, pupil and parent together to work towards empowering young people at this key time of Transition.   


Additional Resources to Help

Empowering Students in Transition is a new book written specially for teachers to help them  transition pupils to high school. It outlines the background to empowerment in transition, with practical activities to use alongside the Power Up! Programme.


The Parent Booklet provides the opportunity to engage parents with what is being taught at school from the Power Up! Programme. It provides parents with coaching questions and declarations to try with their child and tips for getting valuable conversations started before high school begins.


The Parents’ Evening Video introduces parents to the concepts of Power Up! and goes through some of the supportive ways parents can engage with their child about moving to high school.  This works well with the booklet.


Please note these written materials come as printed books / booklets, not as pdfs


What  to do Next ?


Please order well in advance.  [ Programmes and packs will be issued from January onwards and word of mouth customer discounts can start as soon as you have bought from us. ]   


Power Up! can be used as both a teacher-led transition resource which leads the children into self learning opportunities through the interactive ebook, and as a resource which enables the children to lead their own learning journey.


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      Power Up! is very valuable: it is definitely something we have been  missing. It is an all-

round package, good value for money.

Belmont Grosvenor School Harrogate.

       Power Up! was definitely worthwhile – pupils were much more enthusiastic about starting secondary school as a result of Power Up!  They wholeheartedly participated in discussions that the programme generated.            Sutton in Craven Community Primary, Keighley, 2016

    Very useful step by step clear instructions

    Belmont Grosvenor Primary

       The parents were really pleased that we were doing specific and focused transition work.             Sutton in Craven Community Primary


        The Video was well received - they appreciated we had invested in something                  Belmont Grosvenor

My Class LOVED it!

Rayleigh Primary School

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    It’s nice to know other children are in the same boat as you… It was good to understand how high school works and that I shouldn’t be worried.          Student



       Pretty impressed with what it made them think about.        Parent