7 Ways to Promote Gender Equality in The Classroom | Our Top Tips to Help Promote Gender Equality 1. Avoid separating male and female students Not only does separating students within the classroom inhibit male and female students learning to socialise with each other, but it does not allow for non-binary student to feel comfortable […]
What is EdTech? EdTech in the UK, is the implementation of new technologies in classrooms to assist with learning, creativity and to remove some of the barriers teachers face day-to-day. As technology is constantly changing, it’s worth getting to know some of the benefits that new technologies might have to you and your teaching, as […]
With video interviews becoming more and more standard as a result of COVID, if you haven’t sought a new role since before the pandemic, you might not be as confident with this format. If you’ve secured your first teaching interview that has been scheduled via Zoom, Skype, Teams or any other video calling platform, at […]
Whether you’re just starting out in your career or you are changing from a completely different sector, applying for a teaching assistant role might be the first step you’re taking to get into teaching. You don’t necessarily need any past experience to become a teaching assistant, but what you do need is a well-written CV. […]
With the ongoing pandemic continuing to affect the England schooling system, the government have revealed a number of remote learning support solutions to help pupils whilst they are home schooled. If you are a teacher with a class that are home schooling, we understand that with various moving parts and ever-adapting guidelines, it can be […]
With a new year comes time to reflect on the last – and 2020 was certainly a strange one to reflect on, particularly for teachers!
There are many benefits of choosing to use a teaching agency when it comes to looking for your next job. Whether you’re looking for a primary or secondary teaching position in a full-time or part-time role, here at World Class Teachers, we are here to help.
Exciting news After nearly 20 years of working with some of the leading educators and schools across London and the UK, the directors of World Class Teachers are ready for our next chapter. Thank you all . It was over 18 years ago, under the stairs in my house that World Class Teachers started. We […]
A Guide to Understanding the New GCSE Scoring System and How it Affects Teachers With GCSE results being released you may be concerned about how the new GCSE scoring system will affect teachers. Teachers and supply teachers in London will have to adapt their teaching approach to match the new curriculum, and marking systems will […]
The Best Routes into Teaching Today In order to become a supply teacher in London, you need some level of qualification. However, the route into how you gain your qualification may not be as black and white as you think; there are many ways to achieve the appropriate skills to allow you to get your […]