Sunday, June 23, 2024
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Inclusion in Schools is Not an Illusion

There has been much debate in recent years over how well inclusion in schools is working, or if it is working at all. Arguments...
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Holiday Homework: How much is too much?

The summer holidays have begun and that means ditching the textbooks for buckets and spades and swapping school uniforms for swimming costumes. When you’re...
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Supporting Students with Autism in the Classroom

DfE statistics have shown that 70% of children with Autism are educated in mainstream schools with the rest in specialist provision. Despite this, NASUWT...
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How to Provide Classroom Support for Students with Dyslexia

The British Dyslexia Association states that 10% of the population are dyslexic. That’s at least three students in your classroom. Dyslexia can be a...
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10 Qualities of Super Senior Leaders

Leaders of any kind, whether in the public or private sectors, have to display certain qualities in order to be effective. And with school...
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How to Set a Seating Plan That Works For You

It’s that time of year again. The school gates have opened, and teachers and students are heading back in to the classroom. And with...
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12 Teacher Residential Essentials

It’s that time of year again! The school residential trips are coming up and you’ve been asked to come along. The residential trip is...

It’s easy to say easy

Since my first year as a teacher, I’ve been working primarily with small target groups of low ability students, many of whom have special...
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The Real Cost of Cutting Creative Subjects in Schools

Schools across the UK have seen a drastic decline in arts subject enrolment over recent years. While the majority of schools cherish their arts...
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National Anti-Bullying Week: It’s Not Just For the Students

The 13th of November marks the beginning of National Anti-Bullying Week. Thousands of schools across the country will be carrying out assemblies, school initiatives,...