5 Things All Teachers Need More Of

Teachers do a particularly important job of nurturing and fostering the minds of the next generation and while it’s not an entirely thankless job, sometimes appreciation wouldn’t go amiss. Especially during exam season. Here are 5 things teachers could do … Continue reading 5 Things All Teachers Need More Of

8 Quick Tips to Achieve the Best Seating Plan

The humble seating plan is a small but essential component of classroom practice and an invisible behaviour management tool. Here’s a few tips to make the most of it. Use data to inform your thinking (ability groups, pupil premium, etc.) … Continue reading 8 Quick Tips to Achieve the Best Seating Plan

Take Cover! How To Survive Cover Lessons

Twinkl content writer, qualified English teacher and sometimes cover supervisor Paul Brand shares his blueprints for surviving cover lessons. The hazy, indeterminate nature of cover lessons makes them a battleground from which nobody emerges with much credit, and I speak as someone who’s fought on all sides. Is there any solution to the age-old conflict that arises whenever the regular class teacher has to temporarily vacate their position of authority? Petty Officers Let’s start with the kids. The eyes of even the brightest and best light up at the sight of a cover teacher trooping through the gates. Looking on … Continue reading Take Cover! How To Survive Cover Lessons