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How to make the most of your summer holidays as a teacher

How to make the most of your summer holidays as a teacher After a year’s hard work teaching, lesson planning, marking and prepping, the summer holidays finally arrive and a well earned, six-week break stretches out before you. Teachers and educators across the country finally get the chance to slow ...

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Resources

One of the key factors in the delivery of an outstanding lesson is preparation. The internet is often the first port of call and online teaching resources are an invaluable aid to both supply teachers and teaching assistants. However, with so many resources available the sheer volume can be overwhelming ...

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Supply Teaching FAQ Supply teaching is a fantastic way to gain some work-life balance, but it can also be a daunting prospect when you have never been a supply teacher before. You will likely have many questions that need answering before you take this next step in your career. Below ...

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Cover supervisor course

Now is the perfect opportunity for you to attend our FREE training course developed to give you the highest chance of being employed by a local secondary school as a Cover Supervisor. This course is FREE and encompasses everything you may need to know in order to become a Cover ...

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With a reduction in the number of graduates studying to become teachers, it is not surprising that schools and academies have turned to education supply teaching agencies to plug the gap. With over 500 teaching agencies in the UK, how do you ensure you choose the best teaching agency for ...

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