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PPA Teacher | Full Time | East London
One of our client schools in East London is currently looking for an experienced PPA teacher. About The School This is a happy, inclusive school with a supportive staff. They hold high expectations for students and staff and are looking for a ambitious and versatile PPA teacher to join the team. About The PPA Teacher Role The ideal
Drama Teacher | West London
World Class Teachers are looking for a creative and dynamic Drama Teacher to join an artistic and progressive school in Hammersmith and Fulham, West London. About The School This role is for a vibrant Primary School in West London. This is a happy school that aims to provide a high quality education for every child in a
PPA Primary Teacher | KS1 Support Teacher | Tower Hamlets
One of our client schools in East London is currently looking for an experienced primary teacher for PPA and KS1 support. About the school This is a happy, inclusive school with a supportive staff. They hold high expectations for students and staff and are looking for a ambitious and versatile primary teacher to join the team. About
Year 4 Teacher | Maternity Cover | East London
World Class Teachers are looking for an experienced Year 4 Teacher for one of our lovely client schools in East London. About the school This role is within a state school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 11 years. They pride themselves in creating an environment where safety and well-being of their pupils are paramount. About the role This is
Year 1 Teacher | Tower Hamlets | September Start
World Class Teachers are looking for a committed Year 1 Teacher for a large, multicultural and welcoming school in East London. About the school Their aim is to provide the best possible primary education in a stimulating and creative environment. They endeavour to develop a passion for learning, inspired by high-quality teaching and developing and building upon individual strengths
KS2 Teacher | Tower Hamlets
World Class Teachers a looking to appoint a KS2 Teacher for one of our wonderful client schools in East London. About the school This role is for an inclusive, ambitious and high achieving school in East London. If you enjoy working in a large, vibrant and busy environment then this could be just the role you are
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7 Fun and Educational Trips in London•12 September, 2017
Educational trips have a positive impact on student learning, but where do you take a group of children for a day out in London? Read our 7 Fun and Educational Trips in London for some inspirational and educational school excursions. Shakespeare’s Globe Watch a live performance of a Shakespeare play in a setting befitting of
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW AHEAD OF THIS ACADEMIC YEAR•5 September, 2017
Get your facts straight! With education splashed all over the tabloids this summer, what does it really mean for teaching this academic year? Our partners at STA Travel have shared with us their top advice for this academic year.
Can arts and culture change young lives in Sierra Leone?•4 August, 2017
Joe Hallgarten is co-founder of Global Arts Learning Action, and senior associate with the Innovation Unit and has recently joined the World Class team. His experience and contribution as an educator is second to none; here is a fascinating glimpse into his latest work in arts education and culture in Sierra Leone… I got used to
THE TEN WAYS THAT YOU CAN MAXIMISE YOUR STUDENTS LEARNING DURING LESSONS•26 June, 2017
Objectives then activities As a teacher, it can be tempting to think of an activity and then base some learning around it. However, this could mean that you end up wasting time tasking your students with something that has no end goal. Instead, always start with a learning objective and then base an activity around
TEN TOP TIPS FOR MANAGING BEHAVIOUR IN THE CLASSROOM•25 May, 2017
Do you spend more time managing behaviour than teaching? Are you at your wits’ end trying to control some of the children in your class? These ten tips should help you gain control and get back to doing what you do best: teach. Rules Rules are important to establish expectations of behaviour in the classroom.
Stamp out Ineffective Exam Study with these Simple Solutions•19 January, 2017
What is the secret to successful exam study? All too often, pupils think they have mastered the art of studying for examinations, leading to a false sense of security. There is always room for improvement. If they fail to organise their study time properly, they will probably not do themselves justice in the exam. Students