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5 Simple strategies…to make Monday more enjoyable

Whilst office workers can slump behind their desks, vat of coffee to hand, and trudge through the toughest day of the week, teachers must face the day with vigour, determination and enthusiasm. If you want to move from faking it, to gaining some semblance of enjoyment from the first day of the in...

Should the school day start later?

If you’re a teacher reading this through tired eyes, the chances are that you would be thankful for an extra hour in bed. As it turns out, it seems that your corner is being backed by a number of UK research groups who have laid the groundwork for starting the school day later. One of the most ...

How to make maths more fun

Maths + Fun = An impossible equation? Not necessarily. Whether you're a teacher or parent, attempting to engage an unwilling child in maths can sometimes be difficult. Here are some simple and effective ways to make mathematics fun (for motivated kids and learning that sticks). The post How to ma...

Vocational qualifications for disengaged students

The negative connotations that come along with a student who is disengaged do little to help the pupil or school in tackling underlying issues, and in fact there has long since been a link between low teacher expectations and a self-fulfilling prophecy of a student who underperforms. Allowing stu...

Using traditional and video games to boost literacy skills

Games have been employed in schools, in one form or another, for decades. Yet today we’re only just coming to realise the true potential power of gaming, and beginning to understand that the advantages go beyond convenience. Here we inspect just how powerful a resource games can be for boosting...