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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…

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…

Setting cover work and planning ahead

With there still being some uncertainty around schools fully opening in September, educational staff will need to be more adaptable than ever. Ideally, outbreak rates in your area will remain…

Topical Teaching: Religious Education – Purim

The Jewish Holiday of Purim Takes Place between 9-10 March 2020 and is a Great Opportunity to Combine Comparative Religion & PSHE The Purim Story Let’s start with what the…

Classroom Clinic – Early Exam Intervention

“Dear classroom clinic, I’m starting to target intervention with some of my students. How do I stop them from getting bored of revision this early?”  Firstly, if you are starting…

THE COUNTDOWN

The A-Level and GCSE countdown has started. Even if your students don’t realise it yet senior leadership are focusing on the end of year results, so we’ve broken down how you can…

Road Safety Week

Every 20 minutes, someone is killed or seriously injured on a British road and each of these tragedies is preventable. Road accidents are one of the biggest causes of death…

Mini-Whiteboard Magic

Teachers give a variety of reasons to avoid using mini-whiteboards. “They’re for primary school.” “They let my students misbehave with doodling.” “It wastes too much time handing them out.” But…

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