Category: Teacher Development

Human Rights Day 2018

Human Rights

For children to develop into respectful, fully-rounded human beings, it is important for them to understand the values of the Declaration of Human Rights.

Autumn Activities for Teachers

Autumn Activities

We’ve gathered our favourite autumn activities into 3 sections; Activities for Younger Pupils, Exploring Hibernation and Adaptation, and Getting Artistic.

Growth Mindset

Growth Mindset

Are you thinking about introducing Growth Mindset in your classroom? Take a look at our brilliant new Infographic to find out how to get started.

Get Ready for Christmas

Get ready for Christmas

Get ready for Christmas in the classroom! We have some great activities, displays, educational films and gifts to help you and your pupils get festive.

Beat the Mid-Term Slump

Mid-Term Slump

We’re now in week seven of the new school year and comfortably back in to our old routines. Take a look at our top tips for beating the mid-term slump.

Guest Blog: The Role of Private Tuition for Primary School Children and Teachers

Private Tuition

An increasing number of parents are turning to private tuition. This gives teachers an opportunity to supplement their income by offering private tuition.

5 Ways to Practice Mindfulness this Summer

Mindfulness

Check out our top five ways to practice mindfulness this summer to see if there are any that work for you. Many can be adapted into family activities...

Prepare Now for a Successful Start in September

Successful September

The temptation to walk out of the classroom at the end of summer term and not look back is always tempting for teachers after a long school year, but a bit of work now can save you stress in the long-run.Take a look at our 15 tips for a successful September - ideal for NQTs and teachers looking for a fresh approach.

Top 16 Kids Films

Kids' Film

As we wind down towards the end of the school year, we get more opportunities to relax with our pupils. Many children's films have an educational or moral message, and by discussing the kids' film that you watch in these terms, you can transform sitting in front of the TV into a learning experience.

Go Wild Outside This Summer

Summer is the perfect time for getting outside and exploring nature with your class. In this blog post, we’ve come up with nine great low-cost activities that you can do with your pupils to have some summer fun whilst building awareness of the natural world, escaping from technology and being more active.

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