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  • How to Prepare for a Supply Teacher

    As a teacher you can’t predict when you’ll get sick and need supply – being prepared ahead of time pays off. Here are some tips on how to prepare for... The post How to Prepare for a Supply Teacher appeared first on Impact Teachers.

  • Inspiration for Differentiation!

    Teachers are always told to differentiate, differentiate and differentiate. We all understand how important and impactful it is to the classroom but sometimes it’s hard to think of ways to... The post Inspiration for Differentiation! appeared first on Impact Teachers.

  • The Laugh Factory

    One of the highlights of the teaching profession is the number of laughs it provides. At the Environmental Protection Authority, my former workplace before my career in education, the funniest... The post The Laugh Factory appeared first on Impact Teachers.

  • Upping Your Test-taking Game

    His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy, there’s vomit on his sweater already: Mom’s spaghetti, He’s nervous, but on the surface he looks calm and ready To drop... The post Upping Your Test-taking Game appeared first on Impact Teachers.

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  • Webinar: Planning for September

    As I mentioned in my post about Warm Up Booklets, I will be hosting a webinar for NQT and RQT maths teachers at 11am and 2pm on 24th August. This […]

  • 5 Maths Gems #133

    Welcome to my 133rd gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers.1. New WebsitesDiana Reeves […]

  • Warm Up Booklets

    Over the last few days I've been preparing a webinar that I'll be running for NQT and RQT maths teachers in late August. In this webinar I plan to […]

  • 5 Maths Gems #132

    Welcome to my 132nd gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers.1. Primary Maths GuidanceThe […]

Teaching Blog

  • A day in the life of two Year 6 teachers – in...

    Sam and Olivia are both Year 6 teachers. They’ve shared a glimpse into what their last few weeks of term have been like in a video diary…

  • Saying goodbye to my class, virtually

    As a teacher who is currently taking extra precautions during COVID-19 - due to a medical condition - Olivia’s end of year has felt very different. Olivia is very proud of how far her pupils have come over the year and has found a different way to say goodbye, virtually!

  • Reading Together Day - making up for lost time

    English Hub leader, Carl, shares his favourite books and how important reading is not only to him, but also his pupils and his own children. This Reading Together Day, everyone is invited to share their favourite books, and what they'll be reading together during the summer...

  • Inspiring the next generation of teachers

    When schools closed earlier this year, Rebecca was delighted to receive a card via the Thank a Teacher campaign from a pupil who has been inspired to become a teacher, just like her.

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  • Activating Hard Thinking

    The Durrington Research School team are writing a series of eight blogs about The Great Teaching Toolkit Evidence Review recently published by Evidence Based Education.  The report is the first step in the development of the organisation’s ‘Great Teaching Toolkit’. … Continue reading →

  • Helping teachers to ‘maximise the learning...

    by Ben Crockett The Durrington Research School team are writing a series of eight blogs about The Great Teaching Toolkit Evidence Review recently published by Evidence Based Education.  The report is the first step in the development of the organisation’s ‘Great Teaching Toolkit’. … Continue reading →

  • Helping teachers to ‘create a supportive...

    By Chris Runeckles The Durrington Research School team are writing a series of eight blogs about The Great Teaching Toolkit Evidence Review recently published by Evidence Based Education.  The report is the first step in the development of the organisation’s … Continue reading →

  • From Distance Teaching to Recovery Teaching

    The teachers at Durrington have done a fantastic job of adapting their pedagogy to distance teaching during the Covid pandemic.  As we look towards the future and the prospect of students returning to school, the Durrington Research School team have … Continue reading →

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