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Supporting Learners With Attachment Issues

Children’s attachment to their primary care givers is of paramount importance in their development and wellbeing. When very young children know that they are safe and secure, and have someone to turn to in times of threat, they are more likely to thrive and develop in a healthy way.…

Equality and inclusion in the classroom

Growing up in an apparently homogenous area, I didn’t really appreciate the notion of diversity until my first placement on my PGCE. The first group I taught was from year 8, and so diverse in culture, faith, ethnicity and ability, that I felt utterly inadequate when it came to ensuring that each had equal access to the learning on offer.…

Celebrations throughout the year

There’s nothing quite like a celebration of festivals throughout the year to punctuate proceedings at school with colour, creativity and culture. Whatever you celebrate, from Christmas to Divali, Eid ul-Fitr to Passover, Harvest Festival to Sukkot, the possibilities for learning about and from religions and cultures around the world, from the Early Years Foundation Stage to A levels and beyond are almost without limit.…

Let's Go Outside

As a mum who is approaching, with some trepidation, the time to choose a primary school, the paramount question of where learning should take place has never loomed so large in my thoughts.…

Ten ways to step up from teaching to leadership

Once you have been teaching for four or five years, you may feel that you have refined your trade sufficiently to take on more responsibility. If you feel a passion for your subject or year group, and you think you can get the best out of others, it may be time for you to step up into a leadership role.…

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