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How to Handle Stress as a Teacher

Published: 04/04/2024

When discussing jobs where stress is an issue, you don’t get too far before teaching is mentioned. Needing to please students, parents, colleagues and leadership at every turn, it can feel like you are spinning plates, just waiting for them all to fall.

Top tips for cover supervisor success!

Published: 21/11/2023

Being a successful cover supervisor requires a combination of organisation skills, clear communication, and flexibility.

What do teaching assistants do?

Published: 21/11/2023

Teaching assistants (TAs) are there to support any learning happening in the classroom. Most of the time, a TA will be active in their support for pupils during lesson time, but they will also be asked to undertake additional duties such as preparing a classroom – and therefore free up a teacher’s time. Teaching assistants may be also be employed to work with children with special educational needs (SEN) or with those with other specific needs.

Are schools letting down children with SEND

Published: 21/11/2023

It was back in 2016 when Amanda Spielman was appointed as Sir Michael Wilshaw’s successor as Ofsted’s Chief Inspector.

Making London your own

The UK is celebrated for its rich history, and London, as its iconic capital, offers a treasure trove of historical wonders. Whether you’re tracing ancient street names in the City or exploring famous film locations in the West End, there’s always something fascinating to do and discover.