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September 2018

  • New to the post!

    Published 18/09/18, by Andrea Taylor

    So you’ve decided to pursue a career in teaching. Congratulations, you have opened your mind to potentially the most rewarding career there is. You will spend your teacher training year, your NQT year and potentially the rest of your working life, sharing your knowledge, expertise, passions and interests with younger generations. They will learn from you, they will teach you, they will test you and surprise you.  You will laugh and you will cry and every day will be different.  A career in teaching means being committed to enhancing the life chances and wellbeing of all young people, so what is the best way to prepare?  Read our three tips below to get you on the path to a successful training year.

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  • Managing Behaviour

    Published 07/09/18, by Andrea Taylor

    Securing good behaviour in the classroom can be a worry for new or less experienced teachers, but all teachers will, at some point, come across challenging behaviour.  This post, by Deputy Head James Siddle,  provides some useful and timely advice on how to be proactive in securing an orderly and purposeful learning environment.

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