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School league tables – what do they really mean?

League tables could be said to be a snapshot of the quality of a school; a grade which represents every lesson, each extra pastoral support meeting and the blood, sweat and tears of every teacher and pupil within a school over the past 12 months. But can league tables could ever represent all of ...

5 simple strategies…to combat procrastination

Procrastination is often a tool of avoidance – something to block out our thoughts or need to address that painful task, intimidating challenge or mind-numbing chore. You already understand what you need to do and why, now is the time to do it. 46% of us who procrastinate report that it negativ...

How to engage a kinaesthetic learner

If you have a kinaesthetic learner in your class, gaining a solid understanding of their learning styles can be the difference between a motivated, engaged child, and a completely disinterested pupil. The latter can leave you with nothing short of a battle of wills between them and you – which ...

Independent learning – encourage your students to be less reliant on directed learning

Independent learning is more than just a teaching buzz term. It is an approach to teaching that can set a pupil up with critical life skills – preparing them for the world of higher education or work. However, there is still some confusion about this topic, with various sources of information o...

How music can help with learning and studying

It’s common knowledge that music has amazing effects on the brain, such as altering our mood, improving our speech and even enhancing our quality of life. Yet it’s only been recently that studies have delved into the potential effects of music on our ability to learn and study. The post How m...