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Strategies for Teaching & Lesson Planning Remotely

Throughout the past year, teachers around the world have been balancing remote teaching for large class groups with in-person classes for vulnerable children, those with SEN needs and children of…

Lockdown 3.0: The Implications for Education

The UK’s third national lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic has already caused pain and frustration and is expected to deliver wide-reaching implications for schools. The Prospero Teaching team consider…

Recruiting Teachers in 2021: Everything You Need to Know

Following the recent announcement of the UK’s third national lockdown, many headteachers and principals are concerned about the future of their schools. From school closures and Covid testing to regulatory…

Recruiting Covid Testers for Secondary Schools

Following the announcement that all Secondary schools in England must begin rapid Covid testing from January, the Prospero Group are recruiting and training new Covid Testers. Need Covid Testers for…

Prospero Teaching 2020: A Year in Review

The past year has been an unexpected and tumultuous time for all those working in education around the world. As 2021 approaches, we look back at the events, challenges and…

Prospero Teaching Partner with Cambian

Prospero Teaching are delighted to announce that we are partnering with the Cambian Group to deliver Support Workers across a range of their North and South West sites. Apply for…

Guide for US Teachers Looking to Teach in the UK

Are you a qualified teaching professional looking to teach in the UK? Britain has a shortage of over 40,000 teachers, and those who specialise in Maths, Science, Computer Science and…

5 Tips for Protecting Your Teacher Voice

Whilst resting your voice when teaching is always a challenge, social distancing means effective voice use and care has proven more difficult for educators in 2020. In many schools, physical…

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