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Maths Teacher | High Achieving Academy | South West London
World Class Teachers are looking for a dynamic and engaging Maths Teacher for fun and community orientated school in Ealing, West London. About The School This school is a co-educational academy for pupils aged 11-18 years in the Diocese of Southwark and the London Borough of Wandsworth. The school is highly successful and well-respected with a
Science Teacher | General Cover | Harrow
World Class Teachers are recruiting for a Science Teacher to work in a lovely school in Harrow to cover general science until July 2018. About the school This is an amazing Secondary school with a strong ethos and producing confident students with high self esteem. The school is within easy commute into Ealing. This is
English Teacher For Prestigious Secondary School | Wembley
World Class Teachers are seeking an English Teacher for a prestigious Secondary School in Wembley, North West London. About the school With a strong emphasis on social development and extracurricular activities, this school encourages staff participation to enrich the students experience and learning in a way that extends beyond the classroom. About the role This is an
English Teacher | Hounslow
World Class Teachers have an incredible opportunity for a creative and engaging English Teacher based in or around West London About the school: This West London school is features a supportive ethos and community feel that strives for educational excellence in all areas. About the post: This is a long term full time role with the
Maths Teacher | Wembley | 7 Week Post
World Class Teachers are seeking a talented Maths Teacher for a high achieving secondary school in North West London for a 7 week post. About the school This role is within an eight-form entry secondary school in west London. It is part of the high-achieving school network with an outstanding support structure. About the role This is a 7 week Maths
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
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7 Fun and Educational Trips in London•12 September, 2017
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW AHEAD OF THIS ACADEMIC YEAR•5 September, 2017
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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