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Over the last couple of years our young learners have had such drastic changes in their education and as we approach the Summer term, which will no doubt be focussed on vital curriculum catch up in readiness for exams, we take some time to look at useful resources available during ...

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Teaching Supply for Newly Qualified Teachers x

If you are soon to be an ECT/ NQT looking for your first permanent or contracted position within a school, it can certainly feel quite daunting, even with placement experience. The competition in the marketplace is huge for final year teaching students and it is vital that you make your ...

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Ex Teachers x

As part of the Government’s nationwide campaign to encourage supply teachers and support staff to return to the classroom to ensure our schools remain open for the critical learning of our students, CPD resources have been made readily available for those that might have been out of the profession in ...

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.Supply teaching Frequently asked questions x

We understand that our teachers and teaching support staff will have lots of questions when looking to register with a supply agency and even whilst working for us. Therefore, we thought it might be useful to list some of the questions asked most frequently by our candidates over the years. ...

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School covid policies  x

Information for all education and childcare settings on new measures in response to the identification of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in the UK **Please note that this information has expired since original posting. for all recent policies and procedures please refer to gov.uk** Following the emergence of the Omicron ...

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Teacher Wellbeing Blog Banner x

  We will all need to manage stress of some form throughout our lives. By the very nature of a teaching role, marking will stack up, students will present challenges and lessons will need to be planned at short notice and so  stress is inevitable and you are not alone. ...

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Menatl health support in education x

  As we recognised National Stress Awareness Day earlier on in the week and World Mental Health Day back in October, it is becoming more and more apparent that support is urgently required for people of all ages, all professions and for a plethora of different issues. When surveyed about ...

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Tutor website banner x

School Led tutoring is a new initiative which has been launched alongside the National Tutoring Programme (NTP) to offer a third option to all state funded schools and academy trusts. It will enable education settings to select preferred tutors from a larger resource pool, which includes supply agencies. Funding will ...

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BEHAVIOUR x

The outcome of children presenting behavioural problems at the start of primary school on the rest of their school career is clearly demonstrated by a recent research paper published in the British Education Research Journal. The findings of the study are wide-ranging but there are two notable outcomes: Children with reported ...

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