Teaching resources

“Why do I need a plenary?”

Emma is a qualified teacher with twelve years’ experience in the classroom as both an English teacher and Head of Sociology. Emma is also mum to three children in the state education system and she also writes at Emma and 3

Today, she’s going to explain to us why a plenary is crucial, and then, we’ve got a little something for you too…

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Life lessons you’ll learn from supply teaching

Working on supply can provide you with a number of life lessons, but we picked up on three in particular, that stood out unanimously. While you’re busy planning engaging and intriguing lessons to feed the young minds of our future, reflect on what supply teaching has brought to your table too.

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9 websites with free resources

Planning your lessons can be a painstaking process.

Searching for free teaching resources can take hours. It’s not because there aren’t many websites, but it doesn’t help that every resource you want to access comes with the gruelling process of having to subscribe to each one…but where are the best places to search for free resources for teachers?

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Free Team-Teach training for staff

More schools are requesting teachers/teaching assistants who have completed Team Teach training. In this blog post, we will look at why teachers/teaching assistants with Team Teach training are a desirable candidate for schools, and why completing it can open more doors for you…

Looking to get Team Teach? Click here! 

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5 Top Tips for Teaching Assistants

A teaching assistant’s role varies from day to day, but as a whole, you will usually work to support the school, inside or outside the class.

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Behaviour management in the classroom

The debate about developing a child’s good behaviour has long been discussed.

Teachers are under increasing pressure to ‘control’ their student’s actions, and parents are consistently blamed for not being good role models.

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