National Skipping Day - 21st April 2017

National Skipping Day - 21st April 2017
A day to promote the fun exercise which has incredible health benefits. You can take part; register here for free and your school will be put in touch with a local coach who will visit your school and teach the children a variety of skipping skills... Read More...

10 Interview Errors and How to Avoid Them

10 Interview Errors and How to Avoid Them
Just because you have an interview does not mean you will be offered the job. By avoiding some common job interview pitfalls, you will give yourself a better chance of bagging a new position and kickstarting a new career. Read More...

6 Teaching Resources for Young People’s Mental Health - #WorldHealthDay

6 Teaching Resources for Young People’s Mental Health - #WorldHealthDay
Today is World Health Day and this year’s focus is depression. The number of people living with depression worldwide has increased by over 18% between 2005 and 2015. How can we raise awareness of this growing concern and encourage people to talk? Here are free resources to use in the classroom to help raise awareness of mental health in your school... Read More...

12 Easter Activities to do in Kent

12 Easter Activities to do in Kent
Well done teachers, you made it to the end of term and can now enjoy a well-deserved break! You may be looking for some Easter ideas to do with the family to ensure you make the most of your time off school and celebrate the Easter season. Here's some… Read More...

Everything You Need to Know About References

Everything You Need to Know About References
References are an integral part of the recruitment process for obtaining a position in a school. In this article we explain the types of references you will need to provide on your application form and why the process differs from other employment sectors. Read More...

6 Ways to Support Autistic Children in the Classroom

6 Ways to Support Autistic Children in the Classroom
An understanding of autism is essential for any teacher or member of support staff which must be used to make school communities as inclusive as possible. Here are 6 ways you can support children with autism in your classroom. Read More...
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