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….
“6 weeks off… every, single, SUMMER?!” “3 O’clock finish… every, single, DAY?!” You’ve heard it all before. You’re the erroneous owner of the most admired job amongst your friends. If only they knew. As we’ll go on to discover here, not only is the easy life of the teacher a complete myth, any semblance of
Gone are the days when classrooms for primary school pupils were drab places with rows of desks all facing the teacher who stood at the front of the class and talked. Occasionally she wrote on the blackboard and asked a few questions. Pupils were expected to put up their ands if they knew the answers
Despite the DfE figures from November 2014, the latest currently available, and the government’s boast that in 2014 there were more teachers working in schools funded by the state, it seems that now, in 2016 it is becoming more difficult to recruit teachers. Another problem is that the number of pupils is up and are
Teaching tips to ease you into Academic Year 2016 We have pulled together some top tips to ease you back in to school following the summer break. For many of you exam results from IB, to GCSE and A Level will no doubt dominate the conversation. Of course teaching wouldn’t be teaching without changes to