International Women’s Day: Women in Education In September 2017 around 30,000 more women than men started on university courses (source: The Guardian). This relates to all university courses, not just teaching – but when the Department of Education released school workforce statistics back in 2015, it indicated a progressive fall in the proportion of male […]
Working on supply
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.
Working with supply teachings agencies – FAQ’s If it’s your first time working on supply, or interacting with teaching agencies, you’re bound to have a bunch of questions you would like to ask your consultant when you first meet/speak to them.
5 tips for NQTs just starting out Supply is an excellent way of getting your toe in the door of lots of schools to show them what you can do. Here are 5 top tips for NQTs starting out. As a newly qualified teacher, we know how eager you are to get into the classroom,
Work stress – can supply teaching help reduce this? Work-related stress is part and parcel of most jobs, often described as the health epidemic of the 21st Century, and it is becoming a particularly serious issue within the teaching profession.
5 ways to be a great supply teacher Supply teaching is a great way to get in to teaching. You can learn a lot and gain plenty of practical experience. However, you need to be prepared and you need to have the right attitude towards it. We sat down with a couple of our primary