10 Reasons Why Spelling Is A Step Too Far!

Reading Time: 4 minutes Children don’t need to know how to spell, do they?

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The 6 Most Effective Study Habits

Reading Time: 3 minutes What are the best ways to study?

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What Words Are Used In The Teaching Profession?

Reading Time: 2 minutes What words do you use at work that are not used anywhere else?

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Do School Examinations Fail Some Of Our Pupils?

Reading Time: 5 minutes How did you score in your maths and English examinations at school?

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#1MinCPD: Planning English Lessons

Reading Time: 1 minute How can you develop pupil voice during English lessons?

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Podcast 30: How Common is Over-Marking?

Reading Time: 2 minutes How common is ‘over-marking’ for teachers?

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Podcast 15: How Can We Increase Children’s Vocabulary?

Reading Time: 1 minute How can we increase children’s vocabulary?

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Podcast 14: Why Should Teachers Nurture Personal Creativity?

Reading Time: 1 minute Why should teachers nurture their personal creativity?

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#1MinCPD: Guided Reading Questions

Reading Time: 1 minute What is the pause and pose reading strategy?

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Why Supply Agencies Are The New ‘Del Boys’

Reading Time: 4 minutes Are supply agencies just wheelers and dealers? 

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The Biggest Barrier To Learning, Is The Classroom Itself!

Reading Time: 3 minutes Is your classroom ‘holding back’ learning?

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How To Revise: New English & Maths GCSEs

Reading Time: 2 minutes Do you need support helping your students revise this term?

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Meet Ms. Butterfield

Reading Time: 2 minutes Do you know a teacher that does remarkable things in a classroom?

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Revision and Examinations by @TeacherToolkit

Reading Time: 3 minutes This is a blog about a resource students and teachers can use for the examination and revision period; particularly English

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Don’t Be Like Me, A Blunting Pencil

Reading Time: 3 minutes Did you reach your full potential at school?

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