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The Happy Teacher

If you’re about to start your first full role in the teaching profession, how do you feel about what lies ahead? Enthusiastic? Excited? Daunted? Apprehensive? Perhaps you’re feeling a combination of all of the above?…

Listen Up!

Ask any group of teachers about their fears and worries for the year ahead and many cite behaviour issues as a major concern. Yet it pays to drill down further into those worries to determine exactly what it is that’s the issue. When we do this, invariably the answer centres around children’s listening skills.…

10 tips for managing your workload

There is no doubt that workload is a major cause for concern among teachers. Research tells us that time consuming marking, excessive planning, lack of suitable resources and data management processes cause teachers significant grief due to the amount of bureaucracy they generate.…

8 steps to getting the promotion you deserve

Is this the year that you’re going to go for the promotion of your dreams? If so, you need to be tactical about it. In many ways, the path to promotion begins long before you are ready to think about moving onwards and upwards in your job. These eight points may help!…

Transition from trainee to teacher

Making the transition from trainee to fully fledged teacher can be a challenge, regardless of how well prepared you are, and how great your initial teacher education was. While the newly qualified teacher induction period has been designed to help ease this time for new teachers, it is still worth remembering that starting out in this career can take a period of adjustment.…

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