Essential tips from an Australian living in London

  • October 26th, 2018
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Are you thinking of teaching in the UK and want to find out more about living in the capital of the UK? Liz, who works as a resourcer for our education division, recently moved to England from Perth. Here Liz tells all on her essential tips for living in London:   Bank Accounts The online […]

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 […]

Epic end of term activities

  • July 7th, 2017
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Jemma, our resource and development leader and qualified teacher, shares her top activities for both primary and secondary students that will make the last few weeks fly by! Primary: Get creative and put together a scrapbook made of all the children’s work from the school year, and then let them take it home. Create a […]

Do you have an A* CV?

  • August 25th, 2016
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Looking for a new job requires an up-to-date and quality CV. An employer reportedly takes just six seconds to look at your CV, so it’s important to make sure yours stands out for all the right reasons. We’ve put together a list of seven elements an employer wishes to see on a CV: Display your […]

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. […]