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Top Tips – Accepting Offers of Help

19/12/16

When you're starting a new role, it's natural to try to impress by acting like you have everything under control from day one. But if you’re starting part way through the year, you don’t always have a lot of time available to find your feet.

Simon, one of our London SEND consultants, has a top tip for teachers who find themselves in this situation: make sure you accept offers of help!

Part of our ongoing 'Top Tips' series, covering all aspects of education and recruitment.

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