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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...

As part of your school’s Senior Leadership Team (SLT), ensuring the level of wellbeing and mental health awareness is high among your teaching staff, may fall on your shoulders. This is undoubtedly a great responsibility, as optimal mental health in teachers is fundamental to the running of...

According to a government survey completed in 2016, primary school teachers are working in excess of 55 hours a week and secondary staff work around 53. Being able to switch off and enjoy your Christmas holidays is essential for your own mental health and motivation this...

Christmas can be an overwhelming and exciting time for children. As a teacher, it can be difficult throughout December to plan lessons that not only keep students engaged in the run-up to Christmas but also that gives them a break from normal, stereotypical lesson plans. If...

For all teachers, from NQTs to experienced, finding the perfect teaching role in a supportive environment is notoriously difficult. After lengthy application processes and the inevitable stress that comes with finding a teaching position, it can be tempting to accept the first offer you receive, even...

Keeping children engaged throughout your lesson is the key to successful teaching and effective learning. Even on the best of days, we understand that trying to keep 25 children engaged in your lesson can feel like a near impossible task. That’s why we want to share with...

Making a good first impression is vital when applying for a new teaching job, but it can be tricky. A great cover letter could make all the difference to the success of your application so it’s important to get it right. So, where do you start?...