Top tips for setting up your classroom

  • August 8th, 2019
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Whether you’re setting up your classroom this September for the first time as an NQT or it’s your tenth year of teaching, deciding how to organise your classroom can be an exciting task. It can however be overwhelming at times when creating lists of everything you want to include. Could you be missing any quick […]

September classroom set up

  • August 28th, 2017
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We’ve all started the academic year with the best intentions to follow through with initiatives. But in the general buzz of everyday, they often get forgotten. Below are our easy, practical top tips to help you set up for the year. Staying organised Have a tray for each class as somewhere for spare handouts and […]

Canadian teachers: We can get you working in the UK

  • November 30th, 2016
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Are you ready to start your next adventure? Our previous trip to Canada was a great success, which is why we’re returning in January 2017 to find great teachers like you to work in the UK. We’re offering Canadian teachers the opportunity to gain invaluable experience within the classroom. We can offer you: A guaranteed work contract before you […]

Get ready for Classroom Riddles

  • October 21st, 2016
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A riddle is a question or statement that describes something without actually naming what it is, leaving your students to guess. Using riddles in the classroom is a fun way to get students’ making discoveries about language. Most words in the English language are ambiguous and students need to understand that words and sentences can […]

Get ready for Thunk Thursdays

  • May 19th, 2016
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‘A Thunk is a beguilingly simple-looking question about everyday things that stops you in your tracks and helps you start to look at the world in a whole new light.’ Gilbert, I. (2007) The Little Book of Thunks. Wales: Crown House Publishing How to use a Thunk: Use a Thunk to link to the topic being studied. […]