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NQT Recruitment Evening
NQT Recruitment Evening
Last Wednesday evening, we held our first NQT registration event for students graduating in July 2017. We had 9 attendees who came in to complete the documents check part of their registration and to also listen to a talk from Hugh Thomas on securing employment in a school including many practical strategies and the support available from Protocol Education. Consultant Hannah Bignold also ran thr
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20/02/17
Protocol Education SEND Seminar
Protocol Education SEND Seminar
Last Thursday Protocol Education held the latest SEND Seminar in central London. Teachers and Teaching Assistants looking to increase their knowledge gathered to learn from guest speakers Julie Dallas, Lead Education Support Worker for Children Looked After in Hertfordshire and Elizabeth Kirk, Primary Education Advisor in Hertfordshire cover topics including the structure, history and practical
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20/02/17
Training in Wolverhampton
Training in Wolverhampton
The West Midlands teams based at Protocol Education's Wolverhampton office are pleased to be able to offer Cover Supervisor for Secondary Training on Tuesday 21st February. The training is ideal for people interested in gaining the skills and confidence required to work as a Cover Supervisor in a secondary school. If you are a graduate looking for a career in education this could be the start of
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10/02/17
Lessons In A Squeeze - Short Story Edition
Lessons In A Squeeze - Short Story Edition
Stuck for a good read this #NationalStorytellingWeek? These are Jen’s 'go to' short stories for Primary and where you can order them.   Imagine the scene, you had a call from a school at 8:45, after the rush to get there (having gone the wrong way 3 times), you reach the classroom, red-faced and flustered only to find that no planning has been left for you. Instead of being pani
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31/01/17
Uxbridge Candidates give Protocol Education the Thumbs Up!
Uxbridge Candidates give Protocol Education the Thumbs Up!
Lots of praise for the consultants of  Protocol Education in Uxbridge! Our teachers and support workers have a lot to say about what is like to work for the Protocol Education teams in the Uxbridge office. “Whenever I have needed help there has always been somebody in the Uxbridge office who answered my call and made my life easier. A nice voice at 7 a.m with their "Are you availa
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27/01/17
Pre Departure/Arrival and Getting Settled
Pre Departure/Arrival and Getting Settled
From Bathurst to Cambridge - Kieran and his partner did it and so can you, here's his journey and what he'd recommend to make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible.   My name is Kieran, I’m 24 years old and hail from the small town of Bathurst in NSW, about 3 hours west of Sydney. I’ve lived in Bathurst my whole life so picking up everything and putting
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25/01/17
New Years Resolutions - Teacher Style
New Years Resolutions - Teacher Style
Another year another set of resolutions...but are you struggling to stick to them? Be honest! Think back to all of the New Year's Resolutions you can remember making in your life and see how many of them you've actually managed to keep. I'm going to guess that it's probably not very many. It's nothing to worry about. In fact, the vast majority of people will never keep the resolutions they mak
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17/01/17
Daily Supply Myths: debunked
Daily Supply Myths: debunked
We’ve all heard them! In this blog Clare addresses some of the most common myths and rumours surrounding daily supply work and how she deals with any problems that arise.   There are so many myths surrounding the working day of a daily supply teacher. Not exciting myths involving dragons, unicorns and handsome princes...but more along the lines of unfriendly schools, horrendously
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12/01/17
CPD REC Investors in People UKAS