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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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How to Support EAL Pupils

Posted by Posted InBlog, CPD, EAL, SEND, Whole School

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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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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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 Specialists may find their school’s resources outdated.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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Becoming a Private Tutor

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Let’s face it. Teaching is not a job that pays high salaries unless you get to the top of the education game. Many classroom teachers, frustrated by the absence of […]

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Podcast – Ep 1 – Story Time

Posted by Posted InCPD, English, Podcast, Whole School

Hello! Welcome to episode 1 of the Songs for Teaching podcast. In this episode, I share with you a delightful oral story that children in KS1 love to hear. I […]

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