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Teacher's Notes are available to download, for free, as PDF documents. For more information on how to do this see the FAQ below.

You will find teacher's notes for this term on the Teacher's Resources page. You can find Teacher's Notes from previous series in the Archive.

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*You may find it useful to print this page to guide you through downloading Acrobat Reader*
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  9. Once the install is complete, you will be able to view and print PDF files.
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