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Protocol Testimonial: Gabi (New Zealand)
Protocol Testimonial: Gabi (New Zealand)
Here’s some great feedback from one of our New Zealand Primary teachers who is currently living in Bristol. What made you decide to teach in England? Living abroad is something that has been on my list for a very long time, and England is a good place to be based due to the 2 year working visa available to Kiwis, the demand for primary teachers here and all the opportunities for travel
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19/07/17
Protocol Education and the Learning In Harmony Trust Part 2 - The Teachers
Protocol Education and the Learning In Harmony Trust Part 2 - The Teachers
Meet the teachers who have made their way from Australia all the way to Southend-on-Sea, not somewhere many Australians would have heard of before, but somewhere they are making a real impact. Teagan is from Melbourne, Australia. A 22years-old recent graduate of Deakin University.  Teegan is enthusiastic about teaching and has a particular interest in helping students with spe
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30/05/17
Tough Mudder
Tough Mudder
Last weekend, 50 Protocol Education staff (the filthy fifty) descended upon Henley on Thames in West London for an extreme team-building day. Have you heard of Tough Mudder? Well we participated in Tough Mudder's love child, the Half Mudder. Consisting of a 5 mile run with 13 obstacles ranging from ‘The Block Ness Monster’ to ‘Everest 2.0’, and mud. Lots of mud.
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10/05/17
Eko Trust Bespoke Recruitment Event
Eko Trust Bespoke Recruitment Event
On Weds 3rd May, Protocol Education held a bespoke recruitment event on behalf of the Eko Trust in Newham. The event was a drinks evening where senior teachers from the east London schools got to meet teachers interested in working with this forward thinking new Trust. The event was the successful first outing for the emerging partnership between Protocol Education and the Trust. The scho
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10/05/17
Melt downs and the hidden dangers of mental health
Melt downs and the hidden dangers of mental health
One of our bloggers, Ray, has written this entry for Mental Health Awareness Week from his personal experiences and point of view. During Mental Health Week, we all ‘take stock’, reflect, re-group and decide on the best way to promote awareness of the warnings, the dangers and if possible, present some solutions to mental health issues within our lessons. This subject is very clo
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09/05/17
You should be able to do it, so why can’t you?
You should be able to do it, so why can’t you?
Do you recognise the signs when you're stressed? It's important not to put too much pressure on yourself and to admit when your work load is too much. This article could have many names to it, but it is about looking at what you need to do when life gets tough, especially performance in our professional roles. As teachers, we can at times be very hard on ourselves. No more so than the teache
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24/04/17
I’m well, I’m not ill, I’m just fine
I’m well, I’m not ill, I’m just fine
One of our regular bloggers Ray, touches on National Autism Awareness week, World Poetry Day and Mental Health Awareness week all in this entry. As I write this it is world Autism awareness week, World Poetry Day has just passed and Mental health awareness week is soon to be upon us; I mention this for several reasons, in previous posts I have indicated that I have a specific interest in ment
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06/04/17
Overseas Netball Team in London
Overseas Netball Team in London
 You can see our guys in blue holding their own against the red’s! Last night I met up with a great bunch of our overseas teachers and support workers at the Millennium Arena in Battersea Park. Only a couple of months ago they had just arrived in the UK and were settling into London life. After meeting at our monthly candidate social ‘Pub Night’, they’d stayed i
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04/04/17
CPD REC Investors in People UKAS