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How Best to Stay Motivated as a Teacher

No matter what industry, role or even country you are in, we all have periods where we struggle for motivation at work. If you find yourself in the classroom doubting yourself or your methods, it just means you are good at teaching, you care and want to ensure you are supporting the students appropriately!

The Training Room | 22/10/2020 10:00:00

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Back to School! A Guide for Students and Teachers

It's that time again, where all the teachers and students in England are heading back into the classroom. Teachers have been welcoming their students, and everyone has been getting used to the new rules and protective measures now in place.

We have produced a helpful guide on how both teachers and students can start the new school year off right...

The Training Room | 10/09/2020 09:00:00

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Social Media Accounts to Follow for Innovative Ideas

Social media can be an excellent tool for a Teacher, not only can you use it to find innovative ideas and become inspired, but you can also use it to help inspire other teachers and even your student. Be sure to figure out the line in terms of acceptable use of social media and how it should be used before you start posting. If you misuse it you could face losing your job, so best to use them wisely.

The Training Room | 13/08/2020 09:00:00

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What Makes a Good Teaching Assistant?

If your dream is to work with children and become a teaching assistant, follow these essentials to become the best teaching assistant that you can be! Teaching Assistants are the backbone of any classroom. They help teachers around the country by making sure each and every student has the support they need for their lessons. We all learn at different levels and speeds and some children need a little extra help with reading, writing, or numeracy skills. As the classroom TA, you’ll be on hand to guide the students through each lesson with any extra help that child needs, amongst many other duties!

The Training Room | 10/08/2020 12:00:00

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Debunking Myths About Being A Teaching Assistant 

Have you been looking into or are interested in the role of a Teaching Assistant (TA)? However, you have been seeing some negative aspects that worry you as to whether this is the right career choice? Well, it's time to get these myths debunked as we go over some of the most popular myths that have been written on the internet about being a TA.

The Training Room | 03/08/2020 09:00:00

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Getting Your Children Ready For Back to School

As the national lockdown eases and shops, pubs and offices start to phase reopening, schools in England are now beginning to allow children to return to school. To many parents' delight, too! Whilst it's seen as an encouraging sign in a significant step towards some form of normality, we understand that many parents, and more importantly children, are feeling wary of their return to a populated space.

The Training Room | 22/06/2020 09:00:00

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How to Become a Teaching Assistant with No Experience

Are you interested in working in schools? Do you have a passion for helping students reach their potential? It sounds like a career in education would be ideal for you! Nevertheless, now you are looking into Teaching Assistant jobs, how do you go about becoming a Teaching Assistant with no experience?

The Training Room | 18/06/2020 09:00:00

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What to Expect Working in Key Stage 4

Pupils entering Key Stage 4 are about to embark on what is probably the most dreaded, exciting and important Key Stage of them all. For years, they’ve likely been hearing an inherited version of “GCSE’s determine the success of the rest of your life!”, so it’s an important period for them and it can really make the difference with a great teacher.

The Training Room | 15/06/2020 09:00:00

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How to keep primary school pupils engaged with education during summer

Summer 2020 is fast approaching and there’s no doubt once that final ‘school’s out’ bell goes (physically, or virtually) for the last time in June, the kids won’t even think about school work until September comes back around… or so they think.

The Training Room | 11/05/2020 10:00:00

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How to Support Your Children Through Home-Schooling

With the news that schools around the United Kingdom have been closed in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus, you’d be forgiven for dreading the upcoming weeks or months with your children constantly at home. For those who can’t work at home, this will mean having family, friends or trying to find a babysitter to watch the children during working hours. For those that can work from home, however, or are stay-at-home parents, this lockdown will present new challenges you probably thought you’d never have to tackle; how to home-school my own children.

The Training Room | 24/03/2020 09:00:00

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