Category: For Schools

School kids

  There is increased concern that if post-Covid education plans are not implemented and executed as soon as it is safe to do so, the future of our children and their education looks bleak.   “We need an educational route map out of the coronavirus.”   inews have recently published ...

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Remote learning  for web

Schools have a duty to provide remote learning education for state-funded, school-age children unable to attend a school setting during our second lockdown, with the Government laying out expectations on how they expect remote learning to be delivered. The set criteria for remote learning is notably more formal, structured and ...

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Birming.

We’re honored to support Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity with their ‘Giggle Doc’ campaign! The cause is personally close to our heart, and fortunately for our JT family member, the outcome for their child was positive. For many it isn’t. For a youngster, more so than ever, spending Christmas in hospital ...

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BS

Barriers to learning for some students have intensified through recent school closures, with individual pupils requiring more of a targeted and specialist support approach when it comes to providing behaviour intervention. A tailored approach to support an individual’s behaviour should complement the school’s behaviour policy without lowering expectations of any ...

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Meg selfa

We are so proud of Megan, who has been recognised by #SaltOfTheEarth in partnership with @northyorkscc for her volunteer work with Skipton and Craven charity @selfa_charity Megan has been part of the Justteachers Family for approaching 4 years and has selflessly given up her free time on weekends and holidays to support children and young ...

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Wellbeing

Extremely interesting article from gov.uk on why we should strongly focus  on the wellbeing of children and all teaching staff above timetables, curriculum and results. If someone is struggling with their wellbeing, they cannot learn nor teach effectively. The article provides an excellent case study from West Lea School, a ...

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Today marks ‘World Mental Health Awareness Day’, which has become an ever more poignant recognition day this year. 1/10 young people suffer from a significant mental health problem* which has been further exacerbated in the wake of the global pandemic, and 50% of Mental Health problems are established by the ...

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Mh

  In the wake of the global pandemic, it is vital more than ever that young people with mental health problems are getting the emotional support they need. Recent statistics published from  YoungMinds Mental Health Charity UK suggest that as many as: One in ten young people suffers from a ...

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  With all pupils now confirmed as returning back to school in September, there is much concern over the lengthy period of time they have spent out of education and how each individual student will adjust to and cope with the transition process. justteachers will provide support in these unprecedented ...

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