3 things Headteachers can do to eliminate stress due to ongoing teacher shortages across the UK.
‘Government adviser warns children will be taught fewer subjects in larger classes by less qualified staff, with a 10% shortfall in numbers of trainee teachers’ Carly Liddell-Lum There is no…Read More
10 Important Questions to ask your UK Teaching Agency!
1. What % of my daily rate will you take supply work? Every agency will take a cut of your day to day pay when you work as a supply…Read More
Teacher Dress Guidance
In keeping with the ethos of the Point to Point Education, supply teachers are expected to dress in such a way as to project a professional image of themselves and…Read More
NZ Trip Roundup
I have been very fortunate to have had a fun filled and very busy three days in New Zealand last week. I love the opportunity to be able to get…Read More
Learn from the University of Western Sydney giving the low down on living and teaching in the UK
When did you finish University and how long have you been teaching in the UK? I finished university in May 2014, and have been teaching now for almost a year…Read More
Beth from the University of Newcastle answers the hard questions on teaching in the UK!
What was your degree in and what do you teach? My degree was a Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary)/ Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Hons). I am currently teaching years…Read More
Teaching in the UK. The low down on Visas!
You are making the decision to teach in the UK so you need to know what is ahead! One of the first things you need to do is check out…Read More
Thoughts on resilience and being a resilient teacher
Teaching children is one of the greatest and most rewarding career choices one can do. You wake up every morning, you have a bunch of eager faces ready to greet…Read More
Top Tips for Teaching in the UK
For years and years thousands of antipodean teachers have relocated to the UK and are employed in classrooms across the country on either day to day supply teaching, fixed term…Read More
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