Thursday, May 23, 2024
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Five Ways to Avoid Teacher Burnout

Stress is a big problem for teachers, with workloads increasing and greater accountability measures, many are struggling to cope. The first thing to know...
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Teacher Retention: The Facts You Need to Know

The UK is struggling with teacher retention during growing numbers of pupil intake and cuts to the education sector. The Government has missed recruitment...
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In the School Garden: The Benefits of Outdoor Learning

A change of scenery can make a big impact on wellbeing, and that goes for schools too. Regularly getting out of the classroom and...

Making the Move- UK to International Teaching

TES job alerts.…it can be your best friend, it can be your enemy. Signing up to the daily job alerts was one of the...
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Simple solutions: starting lessons smoothly

Starting lessons smoothly can be challenging. Missing equipment. Latecomers. Excuses for why homework isn’t complete. There are a lot of ways to address this....
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Let’s Fight Library Funding Cuts: Support Our School Libraries

No one can deny the importance of reading from a young age. Countless studies have shown that children who read frequently enjoy numerous benefits,...
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“But I’m not a maths person”: 7 strategies to help your students enjoy maths

There are so many arguments against the notion of not being a maths person. I won’t go into them, but let me be clear:...
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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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Classroom Management Strategies: How to Control Your Noisy Classroom

You’re stood at the front of the classroom, ready to begin your lesson that you spent hours preparing, making resources for and differentiating materials....
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Five Things Schools Can Do to Support Supply Teachers

Supply teachers have become an essential but under-represented part of the education system. With the demands on schools during funding cuts and difficulties with...