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Teaching resources, articles and news for EYFS to KS4 from the team behind @TeachEarlyYrs, @TeachPrimary and @TeachSecondary

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Festival of Education Update – Can we measure progress? Are we testing too much? Do we HAVE to listen to Piers Morg… https://t.co/vB4JaF04qCAs the waters start to recede on #exams season many #students and #parents will be wondering what next. For any and… https://t.co/Qn2brvulqz
Retweeted by TeachwirePower and Conflict Poetry: Remains Lesson #teamenglish #poetry #gcsepoetry #engchatuk #education @books4kookshttps://t.co/1EZQi2w51f
Retweeted by TeachwireUsing a vector approach – viewing a sum as a move from a start point to an end point on a number line – will help s… https://t.co/Wwp0KTcPW65 ideas from Louise Johns-Shepherd of @clpe1 to help primary pupils find the power of poetry...… https://t.co/W8e3eKF3wlWhat’s the point of a reading diary if it puts children and parents off reading? Ditch yours and try these ideas in… https://t.co/jp5NCJF4V3"If pupils aren’t allowed blue hair, the same should apply to Ofsted inspectors." Nigel Mountford explains why it p… https://t.co/FowVpFDK4w
6/21
2018
Developing your nursery’s ethos will help you hone your practice and connect with customers. @childcareguru_ shows… https://t.co/FnatL9GGiw7 of the best #science resources for teaching the periodic table in #KS3 chemistry https://t.co/GOqJUZDKjC https://t.co/v0TazwnPG5What’s the point of a reading diary if it puts children and parents off reading? Ditch yours and try these ideas in… https://t.co/I4KWPU394d5 ideas from Louise Johns-Shepherd of @clpe1 to help primary pupils find the power of poetry.… https://t.co/hZYeS2qDgSDifferentiation is a waste of time and robs children of their chance to succeed, say Christine Chen and Lindsay Pic… https://t.co/3yAXraruaPUsing a vector approach – viewing a sum as a move from a start point to an end point on a number line – will help s… https://t.co/gPoARISZxOAre you losing your students to a life online? @nicolamorgan explains why teenagers can’t help being attracted by t… https://t.co/VuKK6IBVnE"If pupils aren’t allowed blue hair, the same should apply to Ofsted inspectors." Nigel Mountford explains why it p… https://t.co/OUYCGML49hKeep it varied, keep it creative and don't strive for perfection - just three of the tips in this great article fro… https://t.co/7MTT5U63Me
Retweeted by TeachwireHow can you get students to be more open to feedback? Andy Griffith has some ideas... https://t.co/zRlIEtHqNi https://t.co/5xDpURhitbWe need funny books to ease children’s stress, says @MichaelRosenYes... https://t.co/QS1U4bSjjp https://t.co/LIF6R16Y0pWork-related stress can lead to underperformance and may have a long-term impact on your staff’s health. Laura West… https://t.co/q0XoCKLZeB
6/20
2018
Work-related stress can lead to underperformance and may have a long-term impact on your staff’s health. Laura West… https://t.co/eIJfpabvt2We need funny books to ease children’s stress, says @MichaelRosenYes. https://t.co/QS1U4bSjjp https://t.co/z356ICDRQd“This Is Why I Teach” – Educators across the country explain why they love helping students learn. Add your stories… https://t.co/gCk3AxrXo1How can you get students to be more open to feedback? Andy Griffith has some ideas. https://t.co/zRlIEtHqNi https://t.co/n5GfCls4gIUsing a vector approach – viewing a sum as a move from a start point to an end point on a number line – will help s… https://t.co/IIOGFl5Knv5 ideas from Louise Johns-Shepherd of @clpe1 to help primary pupils find the power of poetry https://t.co/uiaM3NdVth https://t.co/G9G56bI28aWhat’s the point of a reading diary if it puts children and parents off reading? Ditch yours and try these ideas in… https://t.co/gQaSDFXeum"If pupils aren’t allowed blue hair, the same should apply to Ofsted inspectors." Nigel Mountford explains why it p… https://t.co/8Pbm3YZl5iI couldn’t read or write well for quite a long time, says @JulianClary, but then, around the age of nine, I suddenl… https://t.co/rufD2D02L3
6/19
2018
Get a free digital copy of the first issue of our brand new magazine Top School Trips here https://t.co/408wzshUiv https://t.co/Ox9zi2tkeTHow can you get students to be more open to feedback? Andy Griffith has some ideas https://t.co/zRlIEtHqNi https://t.co/tRfll2w8rgWe need funny books to ease children’s stress, says @MichaelRosenYes https://t.co/QS1U4bSjjp https://t.co/ZgOKIrVH4xDid you know you can download the newly designed CREST Star (https://t.co/5DJrZrMbpr) and Superstar activities (… https://t.co/qUWI3Wg9Qk“This Is Why I Teach” – Educators across the country explain why they love helping students learn. Add your stories… https://t.co/OWyv7nfCRhWork-related stress can lead to underperformance and may have a long-term impact on your staff’s health. Laura West… https://t.co/4IRGlLOdO1I couldn’t read or write well for quite a long time, says @JulianClary, but then, around the age of nine, I suddenl… https://t.co/rcqs2CDFCJLooking for ideas to support students with SEN at playtimes? I wrote an article for @teachwire link through here… https://t.co/Y9ofdHZmtV
Retweeted by Teachwire @Mrs_M_4 Hi. That's just an additional magazine you get with your Teach Early Years subscription. The next issue of… https://t.co/Q5PWfnF32g11 ways to banish your children’s fear of creative writing, and have faith in their abilities, from Steve Bowkett |… https://t.co/4zmN3RK9LzBuild persuasive writing skills by letting teens pen a letter of complaint in this KS4 English lesson plan |… https://t.co/GkcyzAjWfd
6/18
2018
"Why I quit teaching, and why I’m coming back" – @MalanaphyLaura on realising she left her heart in the classroom |… https://t.co/fCmiEHIv7AIf children only read books originally written in English, they’re missing out on a whole world of excitement, argu… https://t.co/yyHX8tJaM6I couldn’t read or write well for quite a long time, says @JulianClary, but then, around the age of nine, I suddenl… https://t.co/2I7UI6leE9Early years practitioners deserve to get paid fairly and recognised for their contribution to society, says… https://t.co/pnLNlGow7w
6/17
2018
11 ways to banish your children’s fear of creative writing, and have faith in their abilities, from Steve Bowkett..… https://t.co/VTOczclGaN“This Is Why I Teach” – Educators across the country explain why they love helping students learn. Add your stories… https://t.co/pVJtv3wsNHBuild persuasive writing skills by letting teens pen a letter of complaint in this KS4 English lesson plan...… https://t.co/nBd1ORBlzx
6/16
2018
Register to attend #EdutechShow2018 today at https://t.co/EkdigVPpJW https://t.co/zlG0xiAtnI. @MrDraperMaths explains why peer observations make us all better teachers | https://t.co/484Ni5hTwH https://t.co/QJKNjnJHQn11 ways to banish your children’s fear of creative writing, and have faith in their abilities, from Steve Bowkett.… https://t.co/alx1XnqCAQGet your free digital copy of the first issue of our brand new magazine Top School Trips here: https://t.co/408wzshUivUse these gameshow activities to make your phonics lessons a high point of the day, says @Phonicsandbooks |… https://t.co/OnYVHBBY1MI couldn’t read or write well for quite a long time, says @JulianClary, but then, around the age of nine, I suddenl… https://t.co/uvAf8eTnmmBuild persuasive writing skills by letting teens pen a letter of complaint in this KS4 English lesson plan.… https://t.co/yR5ihDTgE5Tougher GCSE courses have exposed a dangerous vocabulary gap in our classrooms, warns @HuntingEnglish – and it’s up… https://t.co/88EK5n0GIQ"Finding time in the insanity of a school day to speak to a student on the edge is one of the biggest things you ca… https://t.co/5CpiH5c80nWhy not run Star CREST Awards activities with your student’s and inspire them to explore the world around them thro… https://t.co/9dUObP3e6kI’m not particularly smart – but that’s what makes me a good teacher, says @thorpe86_g | https://t.co/6zLMNAR0s2 https://t.co/ymkOJEL33X“This Is Why I Teach” – Educators across the country explain why they love helping students learn. Add your stories… https://t.co/4I1gG1IfyLEarly years practitioners deserve to get paid fairly and recognised for their contribution to society, says… https://t.co/8rEkHWyJmI"Why I quit teaching, and why I’m coming back" – @MalanaphyLaura on realising she left her heart in the classroom..… https://t.co/BKEjzFddmwIf children only read books originally written in English, they’re missing out on a whole world of excitement, argu… https://t.co/YXvMvNYekU
6/15
2018
Scripted lessons are creating zombie teachers, says Kevin Rooney| https://t.co/UoCdA01Zlk https://t.co/TQW8kymsSfEarly years practitioners deserve to get paid fairly and recognised for their contribution to society, says… https://t.co/JrbK0pzwPqBuild persuasive writing skills by letting teens pen a letter of complaint in this KS4 English lesson plan… https://t.co/ACb9UntpIp11 ways to banish your children’s fear of creative writing, and have faith in their abilities, from Steve Bowkett… https://t.co/1E0LBvaBeH"Why I quit teaching, and why I’m coming back" – @MalanaphyLaura on realising she left her heart in the classroom.… https://t.co/R8rq6Sdmam"The idea that illustrations distract children from the words completely misses the whole point of picture books",… https://t.co/cbaSfMjNPdIf children only read books originally written in English, they’re missing out on a whole world of excitement, argu… https://t.co/BO8sE1EJYnChildren’s development is being affected by the lack of understanding around safe risk taking in the early years, e… https://t.co/vKWjoiFcaU. @MrDraperMaths explains why peer observations make us all better teachers... https://t.co/484Ni5hTwH https://t.co/HgVi6ynA8q"Finding time in the insanity of a school day to speak to a student on the edge is one of the biggest things you ca… https://t.co/fxEW2esHl2One lucky school could be in with a chance of #Winning five bundles of David Baddiel books for their classrooms cou… https://t.co/UMgJuIsCCOI’m not particularly smart – but that’s what makes me a good teacher, says @thorpe86_g... https://t.co/6zLMNAR0s2 https://t.co/XOvNjxvfUOUse these gameshow activities to make your phonics lessons a high point of the day, says @Phonicsandbooks...… https://t.co/UFYVh0JlKVTougher GCSE courses have exposed a dangerous vocabulary gap in our classrooms, warns @HuntingEnglish – and it’s up… https://t.co/1m5bdi7mUm
6/14
2018
Early years practitioners deserve to get paid fairly and recognised for their contribution to society, says… https://t.co/gofFUZrbDQ"Why I quit teaching, and why I’m coming back" – @MalanaphyLaura on realising she left her heart in the classroom… https://t.co/V56BqB2lRHTougher GCSE courses have exposed a dangerous vocabulary gap in our classrooms, warns @HuntingEnglish – and it’s up… https://t.co/DYlsxvOA0AUse these gameshow activities to make your phonics lessons a high point of the day, says @Phonicsandbooks.… https://t.co/p8lg4z0d9Q
6/13
2018

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