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What makes a good leader?

What makes a good leader?
It would seem that the business or enterprise really doesn’t matter because there are traits in the styles of leadership that can be found in all walks of life. Read More...

9 Top Tips to get Your Cover Letter Noticed

9 Top Tips to get Your Cover Letter Noticed
Cover letters when used effectively are a great way at enhancing your job application. Here are some tips to help you write a great cover letter that will increase your chances of getting an interview. Read More...

10 Top Tips for Video Interviews

10 Top Tips for Video Interviews
Video interviews are used to filter candidates at an early stage, more so if you are not yet local to the school you have applied to. They are becoming increasingly popular alternatives to phone interviews as more information can be gained than over the phone. Here are 10 top tips to help you avoid the common pitfalls of this increasingly used approach to recruitment... Read More...

10 Ways to Stop Work Stress from Taking Over

10 Ways to Stop Work Stress from Taking Over
Are you finding that work is beginning to take over your evenings and weekends and stress is beginning to impact your life negatively? Here are 10 ways you can prevent work stress from taking over and get your work-life balance in check. Read More...

8 Tips to Survive your First Year Teaching!

8 Tips to Survive your First Year Teaching!
I have started work at a boys’ secondary school in mid-Kent and am currently now half-way through my first year of teaching. Here are my top tips on how best to survive your first year of teaching to anyone else new joining the profession… Read More...

6 Top Tips to be the Boss of your Inbox

6 Top Tips to be the Boss of your Inbox
Having an effective email filing system in place will help organise your inbox so you can swiftly store important emails, delete any that aren’t needed and move on to your next responsibility like teaching your class. Here are some tips for you to follow... Read More...

Welcome Back to Term 3, NQTs

Welcome Back to Term 3, NQTs
There are a few things for you to consider this term. In Kent it is one of the shortest terms with only 29 days and it is also a benchmark term. This means at the end of this term (10th Feb), you will be over the half way stage which is great! That said, you all still need to be trying your best to stay on top of your game... Read More...

Advice on Securing your First NQT Role for Sept 2017

Advice on Securing your First NQT Role for Sept 2017
Have you begun your job search on Kent-Teach.com to secure your first teaching position in September? I know it seems early but schools like to snap up strong NQTs quickly for September so they start advertising from January onwards. In light of this, we recommend you begin searching for your first role now. Read More...

6 Top Tips to move from MPS to UPS

6 Top Tips to move from MPS to UPS
If your New Year's resolution is to progress with your teaching career then you may be interested in applying to move from the Main Pay Scale to the Upper Pay Scale. Read our 6 top tips to help you write your progression statement in order to do so. Read More...