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Teaching opportunities in The UK

Are you a qualified teacher in The UAE looking to make the big move back to the UK? Or are you a qualified teacher from overseas who has always wanted…

Teaching Easter in Primary School & Why it Matters

While Easter is often celebrated with egg hunts and chocolate bunnies, it’s a solemn religious holiday. So how do you approach teaching Easter with primary school aged children? Easter is a hugely…

World’s Best Teacher 2018

Andria Zafirakou has been awarded $1m dollars (£720,000) for winning the Global Teacher prize 2018 by The Varkey Foundation. But who is she and what makes her such a great teacher?…

Prospero Group – Best Companies To Work For 2018

Prospero Group, the company that encompasses all of Prospero specialist sectors was recently awarded ‘One to Watch’ by The Sunday Times’s ‘Best Companies To Work For 2018’. This is a…

World Book Day – My Favourite Book

My Favourite Book, by Paul, Aged 19-and-three-quarters During the week that World Book Day falls I’d like to share with you my favourite childhood novel. It’s a hugely popular choice…

New Education Secretary Appointed

Following the Cabinet reshuffle in the second week of January, the new Education and Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State has been announced. Damian Hinds replaces Justine Greening as Education, the MP for East…

EYFS: What is it?

EYFS is the acronym for Early Years Foundation Stage, but what is it and where does it apply? It’s a framework created under the ChildCare Act of 2006 concerned with…

What is a SENCO?

Definition of a SENCO: A Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO for short) is a teacher who is responsible for special educational needs at school. Every school in the UK is…

Living & Teaching in the UK: Reality v Perception

What is it actually like teaching in the UK? In my role I frequently get asked questions like: ‘What is it actually like teaching in the UK?’, ‘I have heard the schools are really tough, is that true?’ & ‘I…

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