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S.T.O.P (right now, thank you very much)

No, sorry to disappoint, but this is NOT a blog post about an iconic Spice Girls song, but maybe it should be? But instead it is about a teaching technique that I adapted and developed over the last academic year to support students with their extended writing and staying focused on the task – called…

Top 5 Tips for Trainees and NQTs

As the summer holidays continue, it is great to see more and more trainees and NQTs joining the hive-mind of #Edutwitter and reaching out for advice on what is best to be doing ahead of September. There’s no one size fits all approach – each teacher, classroom and school context is different. My main piece…

The ever-moving puzzle board: The Seating Plan

Seating Plans. Whether they are for a wedding or for your classroom, they can be a nightmare that keeps on coming and can never feel complete. Seating plans are like ever-moving puzzle boards – constantly shifting and changing with every minute of a lesson or from lesson to lesson. One lesson a seating plan may…

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