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Protocol Education Watford Has Been a Wonderful Team to Work With!
Protocol Education Watford Has Been a Wonderful Team to Work With!
I was very impressed with Protocol Education – and in particular, with Carol, and the team at the Watford branch! I was initially a little nervous about delving into the business of supply teaching, after years of working full-time in Primary, I opted to go with Protocol Education because my last school had always sworn by them. I also liked that they had an office, where I could go and
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14/05/18
Moving On Up! Five Ways to Get Children Moving in the Classroom
Moving On Up! Five Ways to Get Children Moving in the Classroom
We all know that it’s hard to concentrate on one thing for a long time.  According to this article from last year, the average Brit has an average attention span of just fourteen minutes. However, we still expect children to sit, sometimes for an hour, listening to instructions and then doing a test or a long piece of writing.  Breaking up long lessons with physical activity has
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04/05/18
Answering Personal Questions from Students
Answering Personal Questions from Students
How to react when students ask you personal questions? Jo knows a trick or two, she used to teach year 5 class sex education. “Miss, are you married?” This is probably the most common non-educational question I’m asked as a teacher. As supply teachers, I think we avoid some of the most searching personal questions. However, if you work long term with the same group, they can
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25/04/18
Amy's Testimonial: Back to the Roots
Amy's Testimonial: Back to the Roots
What made you decide to teach in England?I grew up in England and have always wanted to come back to my roots as well as get the opportunity to see some of Europe. I taught for three years in New Zealand and felt as though I was ready for a new and exciting challenge. · Why did you choose Protocol Education as your agency?After meeting with several agencies we decided that Pro
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25/04/18
Bethany's Testimonial: From Australia to Cambridge
Bethany's Testimonial: From Australia to Cambridge
• What made you decide to teach in England?I love to try new things, meet lots of new people, travel and explore. I thought that basing myself in England for a year or two was a great way to do all of the above! • Why did you choose Protocol Education as your agency?I chose Protocol because two friends/colleagues that I worked with in Sydney had highly recommended this company. I als
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20/04/18
Teaching Children with Autism - Classroom Tips
Teaching Children with Autism - Classroom Tips
Having over 20 years of teaching experience and coming from a family of teachers, Emma filled this blog with practical suggestions for teachers who are struggling with delivering curriculum to autistic students. When I first started teaching more than twenty years ago, autism was hardly recognised, and specialist teachers were trained to support children that were identified with having autistic
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18/04/18
Hayden: "I Chose Protocol for GWA and Fair Pay!"
Hayden: "I Chose Protocol for GWA and Fair Pay!"
What made you decide to teach in England?Seeking a new and different experience while travelling through Europe as frequently as possible. Why did you choose Protocol Education as your agency?Initially because Protocol Education delivered a seminar at my University. However after looking at other companies, Protocol offer better pay rates with no umbrella companies. Also guaranteed work!
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13/04/18
5 Tips for Tackling Cyber Bullying
5 Tips for Tackling Cyber Bullying
Our blogger Ray thinks that teachers should keep up-to-date with the newest technology and how it could be used to intimidate, manipulate and coerce others. Therefore, he offers some background information to social media and tips on tackling the biggest issues. Teachers should be aware of different social media platforms and how they are used. These are the most popular ones: Facebook: A
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10/04/18
CPD REC Investors in People UKAS