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Teach in England FAQs – Skype Interviews
Teach in England FAQs – Skype Interviews
In this video from our Australian consultant Mitch, he takes a look at what is involved for teachers interviewing remotely by answering the question: 'What are Skype interviews?' Part of our ongoing 'Teach in England FAQ' video series, answering some of the common questions about moving to England to teach.
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22/08/16
SEND Open Day - Start Working in Special Schools
SEND Open Day - Start Working in Special Schools
If you are interested in exploring opportunities to work in work with a wide range of special and mainstream schools then our SEND Open Morning on Thursday 18th August at our Tottenham Court Road office is a great place to start. The morning will provide you with information about working within SEND and ideal for those who have little or no experience supporting children with Special Needs
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08/08/16
Surviving Your NQT Year
Surviving Your NQT Year
For thousands of graduates across England, excitement will be building this summer as they await the start of their first year as a qualified teacher. Laura shares with us her tips for how to make it through the first year as an NQT. You have just completed your last ever placement, handed in your final assignment and now it’s time to go out into the big bad world. The next step is to fa
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01/08/16
Top Tips – Rewards
Top Tips – Rewards
Bristol consultant Sam draws on his past experience as a teacher to bring us a great tip for anyone starting a day of supply with a new class: learn their reward system. Part of our ongoing 'Top Tips' series, covering all aspects of education and recruitment.
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26/07/16
My First Day in a SEND School
My First Day in a SEND School
Your first day anywhere can be nerve racking. Adam shares with us his first day in a Special Education School and how he found the experience. As a supply teacher we've all been there, that 7:30am phone call asking if we're available for work that day. Sometimes it's straight forward, a school or even a class you've done before, sometimes it's a bit more tricky, a key stage you've not taught b
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14/07/16
5 Daily Survival Tips for TA's
5 Daily Survival Tips for TA's
The nature of daily supply often means you have to make an educated guess as to what will be expected of you that day, especially if it's a school you've never visited before! Emma breaks the essentials down into her top 5 tips to make your day as stress free as possible.  Let’s face it, going into a new school is pretty daunting, particularly when doing ‘day to day&rsquo
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11/07/16
The First Day
The First Day
After making the big move from London to Birmingham for an opportunity she hoped would get her on the path to become a teacher, was it the job Jenny thought it to be? Had she made the right decision? Looking back now, I laugh to think that my biggest concern when I woke up was about what I would wear that day... Under the impression that I would be working with a 'mildly
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06/07/16
5 Golden Rules For Working With TA's
5 Golden Rules For Working With TA's
In this entry, S.L. Coyne gives us five golden rules to help maximise the benefits of having a TA in the classroom.  As a supply teacher it is very important to make a good impression, do your very best, and get along with everyone. If you are fortunate enough to have a teaching assistant in your class, and many of us do, then it is crucial you are simply excellent! After working in ed
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01/07/16
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