8 Tips to Settle in your New School

8 Tips to Settle in your New School
Congratulations on landing your new teaching role and for making it through the first week of the new school term. Check out these 8 tips to help you along the way... Read More...

Gender Pay Gap in Teaching

Gender Pay Gap in Teaching
Following the discovery of a School Teachers Pay and Conditions Document from 1945 which contained some surprising statutes on men and women's pay; we started to look into the Gender Pay Gap and realised that men and women being paid differently is maybe not such a thing of the past after all... Read More...

How to Master Body Language

How to Master Body Language
Body language contributes to 55% of effective communication; your eyes, voice, arms, hands and full body position play important roles in connecting with people. Check out this infographic that provides information on how to effectively communicate by mastering body language... Read More...

How to become a Teaching Assistant

How to become a Teaching Assistant
Teaching assistants are important in the modern classroom. They provide support to the class teacher as well as helping, supporting and challenging pupils within the learning environment. Here's helpful advice to help you become a TA... Read More...

Play is a Powerful Thing

Play is a Powerful Thing
Early Years Foundation Stage Teacher, Sarah, shares her experience about how play is central to learning, brain development and creativity. Play is a powerful learning tool for all children and adults and without play, learning is significantly poorer. Read More...

5 Reasons Why Teachers should be on Twitter

5 Reasons Why Teachers should be on Twitter
I find Twitter an excellent and varied source of information; you can discover and read popular topics that trend across the Twitter community as well as search for specific topics you want to learn about. Twitter helps keep me in the loop on all sorts and I am sure many avid Twitter users will agree it is a great platform that enables you to collaborate with people of similar interests. Read More...
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