Author: Forward Teaching

Following the closure of school across the UK last week, we wanted to put together a blog all about the importance of maintaining a routine whilst at home with the kids. How can you ensure you and your little ones stay happy and healthy through these...

 It’s that time of year when all the new year’s resolutions are in full swing and everyone is beavering away in an attempt to make 2019 #myyear.   If you are seeking a new challenge, a change of pace or are simply considering getting into teaching then...

DO ALL CHILDREN HAVE A GIFT AT CHRISTMAS? We only have five weeks until Christmas where lots of children and their families come together to celebrate with gifts, food and quality time together. Families from a variety of cultures and backgrounds across the globe strive to...

TEN TIPS FOR TOP LEARNING BEHAVIOURS Start your September on the right foot Be positive, comment on the good behaviour, it will lift you as well Expectations should be sky high, start as you mean to go on Hope is essential, even the worst behaviour can be transformed Anticipate triggers...

THINKING OF WORKING AS A TEACHING ASSISTANT OR LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT IN SEPTEMBER 2018? WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? A teaching assistant (TA) is usually assigned to a class or year group and help a range of children to achieve their potential. They work alongside children in class supporting...

Well known for her much-loved tales of Peter Rabbit and Squirrel Nutkin, Beatrix Potter was not only a well-loved author but also an illustrator, natural scientist, conservationist, business woman and pioneer! Did you know Beatrix Potter designed and created the world’s first licenced literary character? In 1903 Beatrix...

Footballs Coming Home! The World Cup is in full force and everyone is on the edge of their seats to see their team succeed. Everyone is embracing and celebrating the sport when it couldn’t be more appropriate as we all celebrate National School Sports Week.   At Forward...