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Total number of people                      14
Number per group                             3
Number of groups                             5

Enter Names              Names Randomised Groups
1   Alan                     Laticia                 1
2   Bert                     Demi                    1
3   Caroline                 Bert                    2
4   Demi                     Herbert                 2
5   Eisha                    Merv                    2
6   Frank                    Isabel                  3
7   Gregory                  Alan                    3
8   Herbert                  Frank                   3
9   Isabel                   Eisha                   4
10   Juliet                   Gregory                 4
11   Kabinder                 Kabinder                4
12   Laticia                  Caroline                5
13   Merv                     Juliet                  5
14   Neil                     Neil                    5
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www.a6training.co.uk/resources.php
Random Group Generator

This resource has been created by Dave Foord of A6 Training and Consultancy Ltd (www.A6training.co.uk
and is free for staff to use in education

The idea of this resource, is to help a tutor to quickly and efficiently split a class into smaller random group
the advantage of this is that it splits up the natural groups (which has benefits for behaviour management)
in theory removes any room for arguments about who is in whose groups.

To use the resource, enter the students names into the left hand column (highlighted yellow)
small table above, enter the desired number of people per group (again highlighted yellow)
work out the number of people in the class, and the number of groups that will be created.

The right hand column of names, will be the list of names in random order, and next to them will be the gro
numbers (e.g. all the 1s will be a group, all the 2s will be a group, all the 3s will be a group etc.)

Every time you change any data (e.g. add or remove a name, or change the number per group) the list wil
randomise.

For further resources visit        www.a6training.co.uk/resources.php
g and Consultancy Ltd (www.A6training.co.uk)

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hich has benefits for behaviour management), and

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of groups that will be created.

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