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Top lunches for the teaching community

Top lunches for teachers that easy to make and will inspire you to try new dishes. Bagel Pizza Mmmmm bagels…. This quick and tasty treat will make you the envy of the staff room! https://www.instagram.com/p/BakpoZcDzjS/   Nibbles:  Perhaps the carbs are not your thing. In that case, how about some nibbles? Delicious and nutritious! Thanks…

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Our top 5 teacher resource websites

The internet is a magical place that gives one the power to access an insurmountable amount of information. Trawling through the net to seek the top sites to support your lesson plans and ideas may take ages. Impact Teachers to the rescue! We have personally checked through hundreds of sites to save you time. Comment…

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Our 10 best teacher quotes for inspiration!

We have narrowed down our list of inspirational quotes to inspire and motive to the top 10! Teaching can be hard at times and our motivation at an all-time low. There are of course many ways to deal with this, speaking to your team, mentor and family. However, there are instances whereby a quick few second…

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Four Fantastic Apps Teachers Can Use in a Classroom

Not all schools can offer IPads to for every student. You may be lucky to have one of your own you are willing to bring in or perhaps each classroom has an IPad for learning. Apps have given teachers a plethora of options to have an interactive classroom experience. How does one know which apps…

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5 Tips for Creating Classroom Rules

Teachers understand that classroom rules form the foundation of behaviour management. Expectations of how one presents themselves and the general rules that need to be followed in order for a classroom to run effectively can be challenging. How do you get the students to follow the rules? Here are a few tips to support this…

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4 Teacher tips – Dealing with angry parents

Teachers will all at some stage have to deal with angry parents. All teachers have had that moment when a parent does agree with a particular strategy that was implemented to support their child or perhaps disagreed with a mark or grade that was given maybe they just want to protect their child if an…

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Bereavement

Bereavement may be something that we have experienced in our personal lives, but as a teacher you may also be presented with a situation where you are required to cope with either the death of a pupil/teacher at your school, or a death in the family of a pupil. Any bereavement is difficult, but it…

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Time management

Good time management is essential for coping with the pressures of modern life without experiencing too much stress. If you never have enough time to finish your tasks, better time management will help you regain control of your day. Good time management doesn’t mean you do more work. It means you focus on the tasks…

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Managing stress

Teaching is naturally stressful profession but you can learn to manage it! Remember – you chose this profession. Teachers have to lead, guide, encourage, motivate, manage, discipline, enable and support their students every hour of every teaching day. This is no mean feat – and we are required to do it with goodwill, remarkable patience…

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Healthcare

To find doctors, dentists, opticians, chemists/pharmacies, NHS walk-in centres, hospitals and a range of other services in your area, visit the NHS Choices website: www.nhs.uk/servicedirectories/Pages/ServiceSearch.aspx In case of an emergency, dial 999 for ambulance/police/fire brigade assistance. Registering with a GP and dentist Once you have your permanent address you will be able to register with…

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