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Inspiring Home Learning Activities For Kids

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We outline 5 inspiring home learning activities for kids. We hope this post will help teachers and parents who may be setting homework activities for children during the coronavirus disruption. […]

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Songs for Teaching About The Ancient Egyptians

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 Songs for Teaching The Ancient Egyptians Are you looking for songs to teach about the Ancient Egyptians at your primary school? Look no further! Songs for Teaching is proud […]

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How to Support EAL Pupils

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Implementing the right support for EAL pupils can seem tricky but it can actually be easier than you think. I fondly remember the experience of teaching for the first time […]

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6 Easy Classroom Time-Fillers

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Looking for ways to fill empty time in lessons? Check out our 6 Easy Classroom Time Fillers.

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The Five Part Maths Lesson

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A groundbreaking new approach or style over substance? Back in January, my school’s maths coordinator introduced an idea which she claimed would practically revolutionise our approaches to teaching mathematics across […]

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4 Easy Ways to Get Learners to Think

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Capable pupils can quickly get bored. Teachers need a repertoire of strategies to engage all learners and to ensure that learners’ ‘higher order’ thinking skills are developed.  Here’s four easy […]

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4 Ways to Improve History Teaching

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Members of the older generations (namely my parents and grandparents) often describe their history educations as boring and repetitive experiences characterised by learning dates by rote. Thankfully, my experience of […]

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Time Saving Marking Tips

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When I began my first year in teaching, I was overwhelmed by the amount of work there was beyond the core task of actually being present in a classroom to […]

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Ideas for Teaching Music at KS2

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Teaching music at any key stage is challenging. Specialists may find their school’s resources outdated. Non-specialists may flounder as they lack the subject knowledge and related pedagogy to teach music […]

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Easy Ways to Use Teaching Assistants More Effectively

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Getting the most Out of your teaching assistant Teaching Assistants (TAs) are amongst the most valuable resources school have within their armouries. As a former teaching assistant turned teacher, I […]

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