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Classroom Ideas for Halloween

CLASSROOM IDEAS FOR HALLOWEEN BLOG

Halloween is a brilliant day filled with costumes and sweets. The lead up to half term can be a little hyper with children getting excited for Halloween and Half-term. Why not incorporate Halloween into your lesson plan and engage the students in some Halloween themed activities? Here are a few ideas you can use to bring the Monster Mash to your classroom. Read more

Time saving tips for Teachers

Time saving tips for Teachers

Being a Teacher is a constant juggling act. You have papers to mark, lessons to plan, photocopies, Parent meetings and the list goes on. Often it can seem like there simply isn’t enough hours in the day. Planning out your time effectively is the single most important thing a Teacher can do. Here are 10 different methods you can try out to help reduce the stress and hopefully free up some time. Read more

How to help your students’ study

How to help your students’ study

Students are often told to go home and study, the issue is many students don’t know how or where to start. By helping students form a routine and create a schedule, it’ll help them know where to start, what to do and hopefully will soon see results in their tests.

Teaching students how to prioritise, section work load and when to take breaks will ensure their study time is used wisely.

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Summer Tips for Teachers

Summer Tips For Teacher

Summer Tips for Teachers

Now that school is either finished or almost finished it’s time to finally get into that summer mood and plan out how you will be spending your summer. Holiday? Mini break? Netflix and bed?

Although the summer holidays are for relaxing and catching up on all the sleep you’ve missed out on over the past year, it would be nice to not feel so stressed and a bit like a headless chicken once September is here. So here are some tips to help you stay organised and stress free when the new school year starts in September.

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