It’s not a new idea in the educational sector that no two children are the same, and as such, neither is their style of learning. To use the quote often attributed to Albert Einstein:
“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish upon on its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid”.
The Accelerated Reader programme is certainly growing more and more popular within the curriculum, but many of us don't fully understand what this programme consists of. Find out more, here
Many primary schools use book bands for age groups to help easily identify both fiction and non-fiction books for specific reading ability.
As well as being the capital of England, London is a 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times. The education sector is massive in London with a lot of historic schools and colleges.
The health of teachers is one of the most important aspects for both themselves and even for the students, due to a happy teacher, providing effective and positive learning. Read this blog for a daily guide to happy, and healthy teaching.
In times gone by it was usual for families to gather around the dining table in the early evenings to enjoy a meal together and talk about the day’s events. It was also the perfect opportunity for a parent to answer any questions their child had about school homework. This blog discusses the top homework tips for parents, including how positivity makes a massive difference and how to set discipline.
If you want to create effective learning in the classroom, then lesson planning is essential. In this blog, we discuss the many benefits that planning provides and how you can use it best in the classroom.