By Katharine Airstone-Thompson, NQT, Mathematics Teacher Dear NQTs (2020/2021), What a training year this has been. I started off in September bright-eyed and bushy-tailed ready to tackle the world of education. Great progress was made by us all during the first 6 months and we finally began to feel like we were finding our
By Miss G. I applied for around ten schools before hearing back from at least one. I was starting to get disheartened as I was unsure how to make my application stronger. When I received the email informing me that I had been shortlisted for a school, I was elated! The shortlisting task involved selecting
Dear fellow teachers, Teaching from home is not as easy as it may look. Away from the classroom, many of us are struggling with remote teaching. You miss your students, and you miss school. Swapping the hustle-and-bustle of school for a more quiet home environment can be a struggle. It can be lonely. I get it.
We have pulled together our favourite teacher memes and we’re sure you can all relate to these….
Teachers’ pay hits the headlines again as the OECD reports on education’s global top earners. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has produced an annual report on global teachers’ pay. In the report teachers pay is ranked by country and though in England teachers are amongst the best paid in the World, England
News roundup and more on Children in Need. In the news this week, our deficit of Maths teachers, the World’s Best Teacher shares classroom tips, Heads call 999 for emergency help with children who suffer from mental health problems; and fundraising tips from Children in Need. Deficit of maths teachers; someone’s done the maths A